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AMERICAN PEDAGOGY: Contributions to the Principles and Methods of Education, by Barnard, Burgess, Bushnell, Channing, Cowdery, Dickinson, Doane, Everett, Fairchild, Hart, Hopkins, Huntington, Mann, Page, Philbrick, Pierce, Potter, Sheldon, Wayland, and Wilbur. Selected from Barnard's American Journal of Education. First Series. Third Ed. 576 pages. $3.00.
I.-EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS..
II.-FACULTIes and StudIES-Their Order and Method of Treatment..5-268
I. INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL EDUCATION. By William Russell...
1. The Perceptive Faculties.
III. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. By Rt. Rev. George Burgess...
Intrinsic Importance-Limitations in Public Schools..
IV. THE TRUE Order of STUDY. By Thomas Hill, D.D.......
V. THE POWERS TO BE EDUCATED. By Thomas Hill, D.D........
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... 2. Methods of training the mind to these objects.
I. THE DIGNITY OF THE OFFICE, AND SPECIAL PREPARATION. By W. E. Channing.... 273
IV.-NATIONAL AND STATE RELATIONS TO EDUCATION.
I. EDUCATION A National INTEREST. George Washington..........
V.-VARIOUS ASPECTS OF POPULAR AND HIGHER EDUCATION.... 337-400
III. THE RIGHT AND PRACTICE OF PROPERTY TAXATION FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.
I. BISHOP ALONZO POTTER, D.D., of Penn......
Consolidation and other Modifications of American Colleges....
II. EDWARD EVERETT, President of Harvard College....
Reminiscences of School and College Life-Conditions of a good school....
IV. MARK HOPKINS, D.D., President of Williams College.......
V. JAMES E. FAIRCHILD, D.D., President of Oberlin College..
VI.-PROFESSIONAL OR NORMAL AIMS and METHODS IN TEACHING..... 401
I. JOHN S. HART, Principal of State Normal School, Trenton....
What is Special or Professional Preparation?-Teaching-Training.
II. CYRUS PIERCE, Principal of the first State Normal School.....
III. NICHOLAS TILLINGHAST, Principal of State Normal School at Bridgewater..
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... 437 DR. WAYLAND-THOMAS H. GRIMKE....
Method of Recitation and Study...
VI. E. A. SHELDON, Principal of State Training School, Oswego..
Object Teaching as pursued at Oswego..
Object Teaching as pursued at Oswego...
VII. II. B. WILBUR, Superintendent of State School for Feeble Minded Youth..
VIII. S. W. MASON, Principal of Hancock Grammar School, Boston...
Physical Exercises in School.....
IX. M. F. COWDERY, Superintendent of Public Schools, Sandusky.
FRENCH SCHOOLS AND PEDAGOGY-OLD AND NEW:-Contributions to the
I-HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT-EARLIEST PERIOD TO 1780...
DRUIDS-GREEK COLONIES-IMPERIAL SCHOOLS-CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS...
PORT ROYALISTS AND THEIR SCHOOLS.
EDUCATION OF YOUTH-END AND MEANS-PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS..
III-LEGISLATION RESPECTING SCHOOLS FROM 1780 TO 1808.
FACULTIES COLLEGE OF FRANCE-MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY..
V.-SPECIAL INSTRUCTION IN SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
1. SUBJECTS AND METHODS PREPARATORY TO POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL......
4. SCHOOLS FOR MANUFACTURES AND TRADES.................
5. DESIGNING-LACE MAKING-WATCH MAKING-WEAVING.....
8. LABORATORIES FOR ORIGINAL RESEARCH.
9. SCHOOLS FOR MILITARY AND NAVAL SERVICE..
VI.-NORMAL SCHOOLS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS.
VIII.-SUPPLEMENTARY, PREVENTIVE, AND REFORMATORY SCHOOLS.. 647-656
TRIBUTE TO GALLAUDET.-A Discourse in Commemoration of the Life, Character, and Services of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet LL.D., delivered before the citizens of Hartford, January 7th, 1852, with an Appendix. By Henry Barnard, LL. D.
The above Discourse was delivered before the citizens of Hartford, and published at their request. The Appendix contains several productions of Mr. Gallaudet, of permanent value, with a History of Institutions for Deaf-mutes, in different countries, and particularly of the American Asylum at Hartford, by the author of the Discourse.
Proceedings of a Public Meeting of the citizens of Hartford on 10th September, 1851.
Hymn by Mrs. Sigourney,
Dirge, written by T. H. Gallaudet, Appendix.
I. Alice Cogswell—her last sickness and death,
Lines by Mrs. Sigourney,
II. History of Instruction and Institutions for Deaf-mutes,
64 in Great Britain,
Development of the Art of Deaf-mute instruction at the date of Mr. Gallaudet's visit to
Table and Summary, date, location, principal, pupils, &c.,
Remarks on Artificial Artículation,
Early Home Training of Deaf-mute children,
III Laurent Clerc-Autobiography,
IV. Journal kept by Mr. Gallaudet during his visit to Europe in 1815-16,
V. History of the American Asylum for the Education of Deaf and Dumb persons,
- 117 131 151 155
Subscriptions and Contributions,
Act of Incorporation,
VI. Discourse delivered at the opening of the American Asylum, April 20th, 1817, by Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet,
VII. Discourse delivered at the Dedication of the American Asylum, May 22d, 1821.
IX. Discourse at the dedication of the Chapel of the Connecticut Retreat for the Insane,
X. Remarks on Seminaries for Teachers, first published in 1825,