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Graduation.

Hoffman, U. J

The science of the mind applied to teaching, including the human temperaments and their influences upon the mind; the analysis of the mental faculties, and how to develop and train them; the theory of education and the school; and methods of instruction and school management, p.367-379

1885

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  • Title:
    Graduation.
  • Author: Hoffman, U. J
  • Description: In many country schools there is no course of study provided, which all pupils are compelled to take. The children study what they desire or what their parents desire. The teacher cannot force the pupils into certain studies without making himself trouble, nor can he get the parents to provide the books which the children need. This chapter presents a course of study for a grammar school of any kind whether it be graded or ungraded. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved)
  • Is Part Of: The science of the mind applied to teaching, including the human temperaments and their influences upon the mind; the analysis of the mental faculties, and how to develop and train them; the theory of education and the school; and methods of instruction and school management, p.367-379
  • Publication Date: 1885
  • Publisher: Fowler & Wells, Publishers
  • Identifier: DOI: 10.1037/12793-019
  • Subjects: grammar school ; course of study
  • Language: English
  • Source: PsycBOOKS (American Psychological Association)

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