Handbook in Woodwork and Carpentry: For Teachers and Normal Schools

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American book Company, 1911 - Woodwork (Manual training) - 132 pages
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Page 59 - If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet the edge, then must he put to more strength : but wisdom is profitable to direct.
Page 133 - The author explains at some length the principles, demands, and methods of vocational education; he states the grounds upon which hopes of success may reasonably rest; he indicates some actual results gained by schools conducted on more practical lines; and he points out others which would follow...
Page vii - To the latter, it offers many suggestions for the discussion of equipment and courses, and of conditions that exist in the classroom.

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