Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 47

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Ethics in Civil LifeAbercrombie
83
The MacDonald College MovementRobertson
92
Educational Progress in Porto RicoDexter
100
Should the Public School Be the Bulwark of Public Health ?Favill
107
Hygiene in the Boston Public SchoolsBurke
118
Moral Training thru the Agency of the Public SchoolsBarnes
129
Some Experiments in Moral EducationSharp
141
DEPARTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENCE Chicago Meeting 1909
159
What Is Possible and Desirable in SimplificationRichey
165
ARTICULATION OF HIGHER INSTITUTIONS WITH SECONDARY SCHOOLS
192
Articulation of Higher and Secondary Education thru Teaching
198
THE PROBLEM OF THE DELINQUENT PUPIL I Truancy A Few Causes and a Few CuresHall II What Share of Blame for Truants and Incorrigible...
217
Moral Enthusiasm in the MakingCall
232
Moral Training in SchoolsMrs Cabot
239
Music as a Moral InfluenceTomlins
245
The American PerilAbercrombie 232 239 245
248
SCHOOL HYGIENE I The Necessity for Departments of Health within Boards of Education Maxwell
252
The Playground as a Factor in School HygieneJohnson III The Evil Influence of School Conditions on Health of ChildrenHutchin 252
257
son
262
Plea for Examination of School Childrens Eyes Noses and Throats Allport
266
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION I The Dignity of Vocation as a Fundamental Idea in Industrial Educa tionButterfield II Industrial Education a Phase of ...
273
Topic Is Employment of Untrained Teachers a Cause or Result of Low Salaries? I Felmley
307
II
308
The Reorganization of the Library of the Bureau of EducationBrown 307 308
310
Topic Industrial EducationWoodley
312
Conditions Which Demand Industrial TrainingThompson
316
Industrial Training in High Schools Frost III Industrial Training in High Schools Gibson
317
The WardSchool Principal I Qualifications and FunctionsPotter
322
How Can the WardSchool Principal Be of Most Service ?Nelson
324
The Problem of Slow Pupils I In Elementary GradesHotchkiss
326
Constitution
331
Presidents AddressSwain
340
The Systematic Care of the Exceptional ChildMiss Jones
346
Provisions for Exceptional Children in the St Louis Public SchoolsBlewett
355
Provisions for Exceptional Children in the Boston Public SchoolsBrooks
361
Report of Committee on Moral Training in the Public SchoolsGreenwood
367
Report of Committee on Culture Element and Economy of Time in Education
373
The Meaning of Industrial Education to the Elementary SchoolsDowning
380
Report of Committee on Cooperation with Foreign Educational Organizations
388
The Supervision of Rural SchoolsSchaeffer
397
The Adjustment of the School System to TwentiethCentury ConditionsCooley
404
The Province of the Common People in the Administration of EducationSeerley
415
The Province of State Boards in the Administration of EducationFairchild
423
The Province of State Institutions in the Administration of Education Thompson
430
DEPARTMENT OF KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION
437
Modification of Kindergarten and Elementary Handwork Necessary to Accord with
445
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATON
457
How Can the ElementarySchool Curriculum Be Enriched ?Work
466
Application of Household Arts in the Elementary SchoolsMrs Richards
473
DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
479
A Physics and Chemistry
480
Unity in Education while Meeting Demands for Industrial TrainingDavenport
485
Professional Training for Teachers of Secondary SchoolsMcGregor Hillyer
581
Standards and Courses for the Training of TeachersThomas
592
Definitions Pertaining to Industrial ArtsAddicott
599
Establishment of Special Trade Schools from Economic StandpointMonaghan
606
Art as Related to the Industries froni Standpoint of ArtClark
616
Art from a General Educational StandpointChamberlain
624
Influence of Industrial Arts upon Home Life from DomesticScience Standpoint
636
DEPARTMENT OF ART EDUCATION
645
The International Congress of Art in LondonCarter
655
Report of Committee on University Entrance Examinations in ArtClark
667
Secretarys Minutes
673
Music on an Accredited Basis in Colleges and UniversitiesFarnsworth
681
Modern Psychology and Music StudyChambers
687
Our National SongsBrown
695
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
701
High School of Commerce or Commercial Department ?Sheppard
712
Secretarys Minutes
719
The Child in IndustryLovejoy
726
The Child in the GroupWhite
733
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
745
Should School Hygiene Become a Department of the PublicSchool System
751
The Proper Balance between Mental and Muscular TrainingGarrison
759
Athletic Competition in College and Preparatory SchoolSlocum
765
Organized Sports on Public Playgrounds and in SchoolsChadsey
771
How Supplemented by Y M C A Dietrich Bishop
777
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
789
The Aim and Methods of Science Instruction in Secondary SchoolsCowen
799
What Shall the FirstYear HighSchool Science Be ?Peet
809
In the High SchoolDreher
813
Relation of Elementary to HighSchool Science CourseJohnson
817
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
843
The Study and Use of BooksBlair
852
What Do the Library and Public School Contribute to Making of Educated Men
860
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
871
The Indiana Plan for Handling Truants and Pauper ChildrenNeal
877
Industrial Education of the Deaf Blind and FeebleMindedMilligan
885
OpenAir SchoolsMrs Clark
894
Report of Committee on Books and Tests for Study of Exceptional Children
901
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN EDUCATION
915
RemarksMiss Reel
924
The Teachers Responsibility to the Indian ChildHeeter
932
What Education Has Done for the Indian Peairs
938
The Preservation of Aboriginal ArtsFynn
947
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
953
Some Means of Awakening an Interest in Agricultural EducationBalcomb
959
National Aid in Preparation of Teachers of AgricultureSeerley
965
Special Agricultural High SchoolsCrosby
974
The Correlation of HighSchool Science and AgricultureMain
983
Secretarys Minutes
993
324
1023
330
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