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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MONROE C. GUTMAN LIBRARY

DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE

JAN 1 8 1957

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New Series, Volume XI. - · · - Old Series, Volume XIX.

DEC 3 1962
Pureau of Edis

COLUMBUS, OHIO:

E. E. WHITE, PUBLISHER.

1870.

CONTENTS.

...............172

PAGE

PAGE
American Schools as seen by English Institute, 209; Glenwood Seminary,

Eyes. From English Report......... 75 210; Kenyon Grammar School, 358;
American Schools, Mr. Fraser's Re Mt. Union College, 359; Baldwin

port on ....................................... 97 University, 437; Avery College .....470
Agricultural College, The ..................135 Contributors, Names of.-J. J. Ander-
Arithmetic for Teachers, Questions on. son, 93; Joseph Alden, 150, 409;
By J. C. Greenough

y J. C. Greenough .......................161 R. H. Brewster, 461; N. A. Calkins,
At one Extremity of the Arc.” By 114; W. H. Cole, 197 ; W. C. Catlin,

T. C. Mendenhall .........................197 448; Miss N. S. McDonald, 423;
Apology, Editorial ............................ 203 Richard Edwards, 26; H. Ford, 57;
Arithmetical Text-Books .................. 241 J. C. Greenough, 161, 378, 415; W.
August Number, Our ........ ........354 D. Henkle, 22, 52, 126, 132, 163, 166,
Arithmetical Instruction, The Object 185, 202, 216, 425; W. S. Hayden,

of. By J. C. Greenough...............378 133 ; John S. Hart, 219; G. F. Hoar,
Authority, A Question of..................388 233; J.C. Hartzler, 311; W. T. Har-
Arithmetic, Elementary Instruction ris, 331 ; Thomas Hill, 419; John

in. By J.C. Greenough ...............415 Hancock, 51, 454 ; Mrs. J. C. Jump,
Alphabet, A Method of Teaching the.461 92, 386 ; Mary V. Lee, 5, 199; Delia
Bible Question Again, The.............. 27 A. Lathrop, 179, 363, 443; Rev. A.
Beer, R. Q., Death of.. ..................... 63 D. Mayo, 1, 39; T. Ć. Mendenball,
Bible Decision, The Cincinnati ......... 98 15, 129, 197; Thomas Metcalf, 48;
Bible in the Schools, The. By an Ex-

B. G. Northrop, 183, 403; John Og-
Catholic.......

....... ......147, 229 den, 231; Wm. F. Phelps, 213, 382,
Bible Question in School Elections, 412; John D. Philbrick, 336, 380;
The.

J. L. Pickard, 421 ; J. F. Reinmund,
Bible Question in the Presbyterian 141, 277; T. B. Súliot, 45, 84, 119,

General Assembly, The ............... .243 147, 229, 339, 458; A. P. Stone, 88;
Bible Question, Dr. Spear on the ...... 243 Bessie Suliot, 131; Anson Smyth,
Country Schools, Reports from ......... 23 154, 187 ; Wm. Slocomb, 227 ; R.W.
Culture. By W. H. Venable ........... .. 42 Stevenson, 259; Eli T. Tappan, 296;
Common-Sense Grammar, A. By H. W. H. Venable, 42, 87, 194, 267, 384,

Ford .................. ................. 57 461; E. 0. Vaile, 121, 160, 225, 384,
Catholic Policy, The.................. 59, 172 456; J. P. Wickersham, 130; R.
County School Supervision ............60, 99 Weyher

.................456
Classification of Country Schools...66, 98 Doing Good, One Way of. By Mary

Changes of Teachers, Frequent ......... 95 V. Lee.

Co-Education at Michigan University. 99 Directors' Day at Institutes.............. 22

Common Sense better than Logic .....100 Do our Pupils Think? By Miss N.S.
Common Sense, An Appeal to. By T. McDonald ........
E. Suliot .......

.............119 Earth Revolve? Does the. By T. C.

Cincinnati University ......................... 204 Mender, hall......

Class Work. Selected ..................... 222 Educational Journals, Profits of........ 26

Corporal Punishment.................138, 242 Educational Journals, Form of ......... 97

Circulation of Monthly..................... 248 Every-Day Book, Extracts from an.

Cincinnati Normal School................. 248 By W. H. Venable.. .............. 87, 194

Cleanliness. By Mrs. J. C. Jump .....386 English School System, The New..... 135

Country Schools, Needs of .................428 Examinations of Teachers, The Best

Criticisms on our Schools, Plain. By Method of Conducting. Report by

Anon............ ...... .........................448 J. C. Hartzler........... .................311

Close of the Volume........................468 Examination of Teachers, Discussion

College Libraries...... ...............470 on .........

.................315

Colleges and Academies. — Marietta Entertainment at the Deaf and Dumb

College, 68, 358, 436 ; Wilberforce Institution

...........342

University, 69; Otterbein Univer Examination of Teachers, The .........355

sity, 104, 437; Kenyon College, 105; Educators, Compliments to ............... 465

Ashtabula County Academies, 140; Five Regular Solids, Notes on the

Oberlin College, i74 ; Wooster Uni By T. C. Mendenhall ................... 129

versity, 209, 436; Central College Fraser's Testimony, Mr. ................... 134

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Fools and Schools. By Anson Number, Lessons in. By Wm. F.

Smyth ...................................154, 187 Phelps .......................................412

Freedom of the Teacher, The ......431, 462 Normal School Building of Minnesota,

Grammatical Relations, The Theory

First .....................

...418

of. By T. E. Suliot......... ............ 84 Normal Institutes. - North Eastern
Great Britain, New Educational Ohio, 249, 437; Eaton, 359; Pome-

Scheme of. From London Daily roy, 398; Chicago Business Insti-
News ...

..............123 t ute, 210; Cambridge........................400
Grading Pupils. By W. D. Henkle... 185 Ohio Teachers' Association.....95, 137,
Graded Schools. By J. L. Pickard...421

[205, 240, 253, 342
Girl's Letter, A ......... ...............469 Official Blanks and Reports. By W.
History, The Teaching of. By J. J. D. Henkle .............. ..................203
Anderson .......

................. 93 Ohio College Association, Proceedings
Hypercriticisms? By W. D. Henkle..216 of the .....

................353
History in Schools, The Teaching of. Object Lessons: Their Value and
By T. E. Suliot .........

.....339 Place. By Delia A. Lathrop.........363
Higher Education of Women, The.....387 Old and New in Education, The........387
Home Study .............

.........388
Object Lessons........

.....................389

High School Instruction ..................462 Other States and Countries.--Alabama,

Imperfect Sight of Students.............. 25 473; Arkansas, 474; Connecticut,

Inflected and Uninflected Languages.

440, 473 ; Indiana, 71, 360 ; Massa-

By T. E. Sulint .........

.............. 45 chusetts, 71, 138, 360, 434,473; Mis-

Inaugural Address. By R. W.Steven souri, 360, 474 ; Mississippi, 474;
son .........

...259 New York, 208, 439,440 ; West Vir-
Influence of Study on Health. By B. ginia, 140, 175, 211, 212, 400, 438,
G, Northrop

439; Turkey ...............................440

Lectures Poor Articles ...................... 59 Phonic Analysis. By Tho's Metcalf.. 48

Local Boards of Examiners...........50, 60 Poor Teachers and Low Wages. By
Labor as an Educator. By B. G. Nor Julia C. Jump .............

.................. 92

.....183

throp ... ......

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Primary Reading. By N. A. Calkins.114

Lathrop's Paper, Miss .............. ........389 Practical Hints. By E. 0. Vaile.. 121,

Lectures and Text-Books. By Joseph

[160, 225, 456

Alden ................. .......................40°

.....................409 Programme for Country Schools, Daily 134

Marking System, The .................59, 101 Primary Reading..........114, 136, 214, 380

Mental Facts for Teachers. By Joseph Penmanship, Methods of Teaching.

Alden ...........

.....150 By J. F. Reinmund................ ...141

Methods, The Value of.....................203 Principles and Methods. By Delia A.
Methods of Teaching District Schools. Lathrop

By Wm. F. Phelps...........213, 382, 412 Primary Course of Instruction, A. Re-

Moral Culture in Schools. Paper by port by J. F. Reinmund ................277

Eli T. Tappan ............. ..............296 Primary Course of Instruction, Discus-

Moral Culture in Schools, Discussion

sion on...........

................284

on ................... .......................303

Pestalozzianism.

Pestalozioni

By W. T. Harris...331

Moral Training ..............................389 Primary Reading. By John D. Pbil-

Massachusetts Teacher, Financial Ex-

brick ..............

................380

perience of the... ............................463 Primary Instruction, Thoughts on. By

Normal School and the Teacher, The. Delia A. Lathrop..........................443

By Rev, A. D. Mayo....... .............. 1 Prison Reform. Anon.....................452

Normal Schools ..................... 24, 61, 464 Pestalozzianism, True. By T. E. Suliot 458
National Department of Education... 61 Reading, Practical Drills in. By
National Commissioner of Education. 98 Richard Edwards....
National Teacher, The........168, 203, 241 Reading Exercise in Schools, The Aim
National Superintendents' Association, of a ......................................25, 62

Meeting of................ ...................169 Religion in American Schools. From
National Educational Scheme.....204, 244 English Report ........

.............109
National Associations, The...169, 206, Reading, First Steps in Teaching......136

[246, 354, 390 Recitations, Modes of Hearing. By
Ninety Per Cent. System .................. 208 John S. Hart...........

.........219
National Educational Meetings, The Ritter, Anecdote of... .......................353

Coming. By John Ogden ............231 Reading, On the Teaching of. By R.

National School Systems, Establish

Weyher ..........................................454

ment of. By Hon. G. F. Hoar....... 233 Smyth, Anson .............................9, 24

National Conventions at Cleveland... 246 School Attendance. Percentages of......26

National Bureau of Education, Circu School Legislation. From School Com-

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