Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 50

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Contents

GENERAL SESSIONS
125
THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATIONTHE HALFCENTURY MARK
137
THE AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
161
A NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
201
THE RELATION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO THE MOVEMENT FOR RECRE
230
The Public Library the Public School and the Social Center Movement
240
The Organization and Administration of Recreation and Social Center
246
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
257
RURAL LIFE CONDITIONS AND RURAL EDUCATION
281
The Best Next Thing for the Teaching ProfessionWinship
313
Peace and Arbitrationvon Suttner
316
The Camp Fire Girls and the New Relation of Women to the WorldGulick
322
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE St Louis Meeting 1912
329
The City Trade SchoolAn Important Instrumentality for Improving
330
Address of WelcomeCave
335
Organization Suggested by the Needs and the Capacities of Children
355
THE DETERMINING OF SCHOOL EFFICIENCY
377
The Function of the Kindergarten in the Public School SystemWheelock
395
PROBLEMS RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE
401
Vocation on the Part of the Pupil ?Knox
417
E The Education of GirlsHarvey
425
Vocational GuidanceBloomfield
431
The Bookman in His Relation to the Textbook ProblemFitzpatrick
449
The Effect on Education and Morals of the MovingPicture ShowsFulk
456
The Standardization of Janitor ServiceWilson
462
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
499
ECONOMY OF TIME IN EDUCATION
507
E Francis
517
Preliminary Report of Committee on Special HighSchool Preparation of Candi
526
Health Problems in EducationWood
540
Preliminary Report of Committee on RuralSchool EducationFairchild
549
BY WHAT STANDARDS OR TESTS SHALL THE EFFICIENCY OF A SCHOOL
560
Secretarys Minutes Chicago Meeting 1912
575
The Presentation of Montessori MaterialByoir
607
The Basic Philosophy of FroebelJames
621
Live Stock in Public SchoolsDowning
631
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
663
B Ancient Languages
725
B The Place of Phonetics in HighSchool GermanProkosch
733
JOINT ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE OF THE DEPARTMENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
747
Secretarys Minutes
767
The Municipal University and Its WorkDabney
773
The Relation of the State University to Other Parts of the System of Public
780
How Our Colleges and Universities Maintain Personal Relations with the Individual
790
The Report of the Committee on Policy of the Department of Higher Education
803
DEPARTMENT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS
809
The Work of the Normal School in the Reorganization of the ElementarySchool
816
The Place of the Normal School in Agricultural EducationBalcomb
823
Standards of Measuring the Efficiency of NormalSchool StudentsMcKenny
839
Preliminary Report of the Committee of Eleven on a Plan of NormalSchool
845
THE FUNCTION OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL
851
EfficiencyThompson
862
In Training Teachers for the Public WelfareCivic Social Moral
866
Securing and Maintaining Efficiency in the Teaching Force of Normal Schools
872
The Manufacturers Viewpoint of Industrial EducationDooley
952
Distribution of Income 500 1000 and 2000 per Year for Family of Five
966
Dietetic Standards for These Various HouseholdsBevier
974
The Place of Art in the High School of Commerce Griffith
984
The Dresden CongressEllis
992
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC EDUCATION
1001
Musical AppreciationHow Is It to Be Developed ?Lutkin
1009
The Principles of Scientific Management Applied to Teaching Music in the Public
1017
The Awakening Festival Spirit in AmericaAn Educational Opportunity
1023
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
1031
Efficiency in the Business Department of the High SchoolBeveridge
1037
Training in SalesmanshipTowsley
1043
The Educational Value of the HighSchool Commercial CourseOwen
1051
Commercial GeographyWhitbeck
1057
Business Courses for High Schools of Smaller CitiesFee
1065
Essentials of Practical PenmanshipBachtenkircher
1075
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE
1084
Intercommunication Business PracticeFrederick
1092
The Testing of Children for Mental EfficiencyBruner IIIO
1095
The Hygiene of Rural SchoolsDresslar
1103
Stoop Shoulders and Flat Chest in School ChildrenReed
1125
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE
1132
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1141
Athletics an Essential Moral FactorEhler
1150
EugenicsMcKeever
1156
How May the Teaching of Chemistry Promote the Well
1166
Applied BotanyWorks
1176
A Study in Adolescent EfficiencyMcCurdy
1186
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
1195
Continuation SchoolsCooley
1203
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE
1224
What SCHOOL FACILITIES SHOULD BE PROVIDED FOR INSTRUCTION
1230
Benson
1237
The Plans and Scope of the New Normal Course in Library Training Pratt Insti
1246
The Book That Teacher Says Is GoodEly 1 253
1253
The Educated LibrarianBostwick
1262
Report of the Committee on HighSchool LibrariesHall
1273
ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE
1281
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
1289
The Training of the FeebleMinded Deaf Based upon Impressions Gained Abroad
1296
Report of Committee on the Prevention of Blindness and Conservation of Vision
1306
The Possibilities and Limitations of the Deaf MindWalker
1312
Some Features of the Education of the Blind in Public Schools Curtis
1318
The Physical Growth of the Child and Its HygieneEvans
1327
The Selection of Physical Exercise as Determined by the Laws of Growth
1333
Report of the Committee on School RevenueHefferan
1339
Outside Cooperation with Public SchoolsAllen
1351
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
1365
the Nebraska
1373
Progress of Agricultural Education in Ontario CanadaMcCready
1380
Forestry and the Public SchoolsJackson
1386
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