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Contents

Proposed Work of Commission for Conservation of National ResourcesVan Hise
78
Negro Education and the NationWashington
87
The Reconcilement of CrossPurposes in the Education of WomenMiss Arnold
93
The Public School and the Immigrant ChildMiss Addams
99
The Personal Touch in TeachingWest
108
The Personal Power of the Teacher in Public School WorkMaxwell
116
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE Washington Meeting 1908
129
Opportunities for Economy in the Course of StudyHeeter
138
Modifications Necessary to Secure Recognition for Pupils of Varying Ability
147
THE PLACE OF INDUSTRIES IN PUBLIC EDUCATION
155
Agriculture Industries and Home Economics in Our Public SchoolsHays
177
NURTURE AND PROTECTION OF PHYSICAL WELLBEING OF PUBLICSCHOOL PUPILS
195
Address at White House ReceptionRoosevelt
212
The Function of the School in Training for Right ConductMiss Schallenberger
232
The School as an Instrument of CharacterBuildingTeitrick Williams
246
A ROUND TABLE OF STATE AND COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS
252
B ROUND TABLE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF LARGER CITIES
271
ROUND TABLE OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF SMALLER CITIES
280
ROUND TABLE ON AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
294
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
313
Report of Committee on Investigations and Appropriations
322
Report of Committee of Investigations on the Scarcity of TeachersMcNeill
333
Preliminary Report of the Committee on Provision for Exceptional Children
345
Distinctive Functions of University College and Normal School in the Prepara
457
Preliminary Report on Need of Investi tion of the Culture Element and Economy
466
Possible Cooperation between the Educational Associations of Different Countries
482
Home Economics in Elementary and Secondary EducationMiss Richards
492
The Art Impulse Its Early Forms and Relation to Mental DevelopmentMiss
515
Drawing in the KindergartenMrs Putnam
523
Mathematics in the GradesAley
553
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
577
The Cosmopolitan HighSchool Curriculums from the Standpoint of Colleges
599
The Cosmopolitan HighSchool CurriculumSmith
606
What They Are What They Should BeGordon
616
Report of Committee on SixYear Course of StudyLyttle
625
B FOREIGN LANGUAGES
640
ENGLISH
653
SCIENCE
664
Liberal Education in the Twentieth CenturyCraig
670
Care of Freshmen in Large UniversitiesAley
680
The Relation of the Work of the Colleges to the Work of the Medical School
686
Some Avenues of Usefulness for the Small CollegesStearns
696
Secretarys Minutes
703
Industrial Arts in Normal Schools Seerley
710
What Relation Should the Head of Theoretical and Scientific Education Sustain
723
Report of Committee on Preparation and Qualification of Teachers of Elemen
735
Democracy in EducationChancellor
740
How It Can Be SecuredMiss Dopp
746
Period at Which Secondary Education Should BeginSnedden
752
A New Basis of Art EducationMiss Church
827
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC EDUCATION
835
Music in the High SchoolMcConathy
844
ChildSongIts VerseMrs Riley
854
ROUND TABLE
862
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
871
The Teaching of ShorthandMoran
881
To What Extent May a Commercial and Industrial Training Be Properly Included
888
Preparation and Improvement of Commerical TeachersHerrick
895
Methods of Preparing Teachers for Commercial Schools in GermanyDe Garmo
902
Presidents AddressBurnham
908
ChildStudy on the PlaygroundJohnson
917
Physiological Age and ChildLaborBručre
924
The Physical Basis of AttentionTalbot
932
What the Regular Class Teacher Should Know of Mental and Moral Deficiency
943
What England Is Doing to Secure Healthy School ChildrenBarnes
952
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
965
Geography in the Elementary SchoolsWhitbeck
971
Geography in the Secondary SchoolsHubbard
978
The Function of the Lecture Demonstration in Secondary School Physics
985
Preservation of Natural Resources of the United StatesSmith
992
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
999
Systematic Training for the Teaching of Physical EducationHastings IOOO
1006
Elements of Strength and Weakness in Physical Education as Taught in Colleges
1013
Elements of Strength and Weakness in Physical Education as Taught in Prepara
1019
The Essential Elements in the Training of the College Physical Director and
1033
Essential Elements in the Training of Teachers of GymnasticsMiss Newton
1039
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
1047
The Centralization of Rural Schools in OhioJones
1054
Administration of Industrial Education State and Municipal indemann
1060
Innovations in School ArchitectureMills
1071
Secretarys Minutes
1079
Extent to which Normal Schools and Teachers Colleges Should Teach the
1087
The Methods of Administering Public Libraries for the Benefit of Public Schools
1095
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
1113
The Home and the Special ChildMiss Addams
1127
The Problems of the Special ClassMiss Farrell IIZI
1137
Some Urgent Needs for Advancement in the Education of Mentally Defective
1143
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN EDUCATION
1153
Progress the Indian Is Making toward Citizenship and SelfSupportSeger
1159
Demonstration Lessons by Teachers in the Service
1166
Demonstration in Rugweaving by Class of Indian GirlsMrs Dietz
1173
FiveYear Engineering Course of StudyMarston
1181
Secretarys Minutes
1187
Some Notes on Agricultural EducationBrown
1199
School Gardening as Conducted in Cleveland SchoolsOrr I 209
1209
The HighSchool SituationMorrison
1240
584
1249

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Page 544 - THERE is one mind common to all individual men. Every man is an inlet to the same and to all of the same. He that is once admitted to the right of reason is made a freeman of the whole estate. What Plato has thought, he may think; what a saint has felt, he may feel; what at any time has befallen any man, he can understand. Who hath access to this universal mind is a party to all that is or can be done, for this is the only and sovereign agent.
Page 494 - Can find nothing his own deed produced not, must everywhere trace The results of his past summer-prime, — so, each ray of thy will, Every flash of thy passion and prowess, long over, shall thrill Thy whole people, the countless, with ardour, till they too give forth A like cheer to their sons, who in turn, fill the South and the North With the radiance thy deed was the germ of.
Page 500 - One who never turned his back but marched breast forward, Never doubted clouds would break, Never dreamed, though right were worsted, wrong would triumph, Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better, Sleep to wake.
Page 254 - WHEN the lessons and tasks are all ended, And the school for the day is dismissed, And the little ones gather around me To bid me
Page 2 - To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching, and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States.
Page 204 - ... to ascertain whether he is suffering from defective sight or hearing, or from any other disability or defect tending to prevent his receiving the full benefit of his school work, or requiring a modification of the school work in order to prevent injury to the child, or to secure the best educational results.
Page 4 - ... corporation so existing, to the same effect as if such new corporation had itself incurred the obligation or liability to pay such debt or damages, and no action or proceeding before any court or tribunal shall be deemed to have abated or been discontinued by reason of this act. Sec ii.
Page 151 - In many things it is wise to believe before experience ; to believe, until you may know ; and believe me when I tell you that the thrift of time will repay you in after life with an usury of profit beyond your most sanguine dreams, and that the waste of it will make you dwindle, alike in intellectual and in moral stature, beneath your darkest reckonings.
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Page 49 - ... their means to advance the dignity, respectability, and usefulness of their calling: and who, in fine, believe that the time has come when the teachers of the nation should gather into one great Educational Brotherhood.

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