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EDUCATION,

THE SCHOOL, AND THE TEACHER,

AMERICAN LITERATURE.

REPUBLISHED FROM
Barnard's American Journal of Education.

SECOND EDITION.

HARTFORD:
BROWN & GROSS.

1876.

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CONTENTS.

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I.-EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS.............

............1-4

BUSINELL-PAGE-POTTER-WOODBRIDGE-MANN.......................... 5

II.–FACULTIES AND STUDIES—Their Order and Method of Treatment. .5-268

I. INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION. By William Russell.. .................6-156

1. The Perceptive Faculties..........

... 5

2. The Expressive Faculties.........

..................... 57

3. The Reflective Faculties.............

......................... 101

II. MORAL EDUCATION. By William Russell.................................. 157-186

Health-Intellect-Taste-Sensibility-Instinctive Tendencies............ 160

Primary Emotions-Benignant Affections-Generous Affections............ 165

Religious Principles-The Will-Practical Virtues-Humane Virtues....... 175

Personal Qualities-Self Renouncing Virtues-Example-Habits........... 179

III. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. By Rt. Rev. George Burgess.............. ........ 187-192

Intrinsic Importance-Limitations in Public Schools. .........

IV. THE TRUE ORDER OF STUDY. By Thomas Hill, D.D....... ............ 193-254 -

Mathesis-Physics-History--Psychology - Theology .................... 196 -

V. THE POWERS TO BE EDUCATED. By Thomas Hill, D.D...................... 245-256

The Senses-Inward Intuition--Memory--Reason-Sensibility-Will...... 245

VI. MIND-OBJECTS AND METHODS OF ITS CULTURE. By Francis Wayland, D.D. 257-272

1. Science of Education-To discover, apply, and obey God's Laws........... 259

2. Methods of training the mind to these objects............................ 266

III.-THE TEACHER............................................ 273-304

I. THE DIGNITY OF THE OFFICE, AND SPECIAL PREPARATION. By W. E. Channing.... 273

II. THE TEACHER'S MOTIVES. By Horace Mann.

........... 277

IV.-NATIONAL AND STATE RELATIONS TO EDUCATION........... 305-336

I. EDUCATION A NATIONAL INTEREST. George Washington...

II. THE DUTY OF THE STATE TO MAKE EDUCATION UNIVERSAL....

BISHOP DOANE-Address to the People of New Jersey...............

PENN-ADAMS-JEFFERSON-MADISON-JAY-Rush-KENT.........
III. THE RIGET AND PRACTICE OF PROPERTY TAXATION FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES...
AAL, D. D. BARNARD-Report to the Legislature of New York.......

DANIEL WEBSTER—The early School Policy of New England...
HORACE Mann-The principles underlying the Ordinance of 1647. .... ......
HENRY BARNARD—The Early School Codes of Connecticut and New Haven. ...

National Land Grants for Educational Purposes...........

V.-VARIOUS ASPECTS OF POPULAR AND HIGHER EDUCATION.... 337–400

I. BISHOP ALONZO POTTER, D.D., of Penn........................................ 337

Consolidation and other Modifications of American Colleges............... 337

II. EDWARD EVERETT, President of Harvard College. ...........

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343

Reminiscences of School and College Life-Conditions of a good school. ... 344 -

Popular Education and Sound Science-Moral Education ................. 350 -

Generous Studies-- Homeric Controversy-Education and Civilization...... 356

Popular Education-Boston Public Library-Female Education.......

DI. P. A. P. BARNARD, D.D., LL.D., President of Columbia College......,

College Contributions to the American Educated Mind...................
Sub-graduate and Post-graduate Collegiate Course_Oral Teaching .......
Higher Scientific Instruction-Elective Studies.....

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IV. MARK HOPKINS, D.D., President of Williams College. ..........

378

Education-Self Education-Female Education-Academies.............. 378

Medical Science Theological Education Colleges.......

...... 381

V. JAMES E. FAIRCHILD, D.D., President of Oberlin College. ...................... 385

Co-education of the Sexes..........

........................

... 385

VI.-PROFESSIONAL OR NORMAL AIMS AND METHODS IN TEACHING...... 401

I. JOHN S. HART, Principal of State Normal School, Trenton............

................... 401

What is Special or Professional Preparation ?-Teaching-Training....... 403

Recitations-Art of Questioning..................

II. CYRUS PIERCE, Principal of the first State Normal School......................

Aims and Methods in Training Pupil-Teachers..................

III. NICHOLAS TILLINGHAST, Principal of State Normal School at Bridgewater........

Aims and Methods in Training Teachers...........

IV. J. W. DICKINSON, Principal of State Normal School at Westfield. ....

The Philosophy and Method of Teaching at Westfield.

V. D. P. PAGE, Principal of State Normal School, Albany...........

The Pouring-in Process-The Drawing-out Process—Waking up of Mind...

DR. WAYLAND-THOMAS H. GRIMKE...........................................

Method of Recitation and Study........................................

VI. E. A. SHELDON, Principal of State Training School, Oswego....................

449

Object Teaching as pursued at Oswego......

449

VII. H. B. WILBUR, Superintendent of State School for Feeble Minded Youth.......

Object Teaching as pursued at Oswego.........

.... 459

VIII. S.W. MASON, Principal of Hancock Grammar School, Boston............. .... 465

Physical Exercises in School..

... 465

IX. M. F. COWDERY, Superintendent of Public Schools, Sandusky........... ... 473

Formation of Moral Character.......

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