Addresses and Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 54

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The Place of the University in a DemocracyVan Bise
68
Citizenship in a RepublicBryan
77
The War and EducationBall
86
What the Public Schools Can Do toward the Maintenance of Permanent Peace
93
The Socialized RecitationHunter
101
Vocational EducationShoop m
111
Industrial EducationRedfield
119
Educational Preparation for Foreign ServiceSwiggett
127
Salaries and Pensions of TeachersSwain
136
Teachers CottagesPreston
142
The Junior CollegeJames M Wood
151
A TeacherInscribed to the Beautiful Memory of One Who Gave Her Life to
157
Chinese EducationKoo
165
The American School and the WorkingmanGompers
175
Nationalizing EducationDewey
183
The Possibilities of a National University at the CapitalFess
189
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATION
195
Thrift in Its Relation to Country LifeWilson
201
Thrift and Its Relation to BankingBexell
210
Thrift in Relation to the HomeBlake
220
National Welfare and Rural Schools
232
The New Ideal in EducationBetter Parents of Better ChildrenPutnam
240
Secretarys MinutesNew York Meeting
246
The Course of Study as a Test of Efficiency of SupervisonYocum
254
Rural EducationJoyner
269
Normal School Preparation for Thrift TeachingOwen
281
DEPARTMENT OF KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION
289
The DemonstrationPlay School of the University of CaliforniaIIethcrington
298
Art in the KindergartenCornell
307
The Elective SystemIts Functions and Its LimitationsBalliet
318
Possible Modifications in Our Educational Work Likely to Come as a Result of
324
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
337
Functions and Methods of Boards of EducationWinser
343
The Business Man and the Public ServiceLoeb
351
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
361
Typewriting in the Public SchoolsBeygrau
367
Economics in the Commercial High SchoolHerrick
375
The Teaching of Business English and Advertising in Business High Schools
383
Committee Reports
391
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
397
The Intensive Study of Large TopicsMcMurry
411
Will Standard Tests Economize Time Lead to a Broadening of the SubjectMatter
426
Practical Means of Unifying the Work of the Kindergarten and the Primary Grades
433
DEPARTMENT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS
441
Secretarys MinutesNew York Meeting
449
Normal School CurriculaA CritiqueBalliet
458
The Influence of Architectural and Decorative ArtWarren
467
Education for an Age of ServiceAppel
473
Vocational Education and Government AidDodd
479
Art Education for House FurnishingCoffin
489
Art Teaching vs Practical LifeChamberlain
496
The Art Instinct UniversalEllis
504
Differentiation in Art Training to Suit Individual Pupils NeedsFarnum
512
Socialization of the High SchoolRynearson
519
Our Old Friend the ExaminationMcAndrew
527
What HighSchool Studies Are of Most Worth ?Herrick
533
The Need for an Aggressive Campaign for Better HighSchool LibrariesJohnston
539
Library AdministrationSullivan
546
Field Exercises inThehRelation to Agricultural TeachingDavis
619
The Home Project in SecondarySchool AgricultureDennis
622
RuralSchool Extension Work by the New York State College of Agriculture
632
What the School Can DoFahey
638
Vocational Guidance thruout the School CourseJohnston
645
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
653
General Principles InvolvedBostwick
660
Normal School LibrariesRice
669
Report of the ElementarySchool CommitteePower
675
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
681
The Health of College WomenBoer
690
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
699
Training of Science Teachers
700
The New York State Syllabus of Applied ChemistryHancock
705
The Relation of the Bureau of Standards to Physical Research and to the Teaching
713
Local Industries as a Source of Illustrative Material for Science TeachingHall
719
Studying Fungi as a PastimeMurrill
726
The Importance of Visual InstructionStitt
737
Collection Organization and Circulation of Visual Aids to Instruction by State
745
DEPARTMENT OF CHILD HYGIENE
751
A Practical Course of Study in HygieneWalters 759
759
The Teaching of Home Nursing and the Care of Children to Elementary and High
767
Cooperation in Health AdministrationSmall 77
776
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL PATRONS
783
Report of Committee on Education Council of Jewish WomenLong
792
Administration and Method in HighSchool Physical Training for GirlsBeidcrhase So 1
805
DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
811
The Misfit ChildSalmon
817
Charitable Organizations HelpGoldman
825
Teaching of LanguageTaylor
832
The Utilization of Residual HearingWright
834
The Pintner TestsKilpatrick
841
The BigSister MovementBorg
850
The Work of the Visiting TeacherTrue
856
SpeechImprovementMcDonald
862
Tone and HearingMcA til iffe
868
Oral Deformities in Their Relation to Defective SpeechMitchell
874
Training of Teachers for Special ClassesRiggs
884
AfterCare Work in Springfield MassachusettsCheney
892
Address of WelcomeKeclcr
901
What Is Going On in the WorldButler
907
The Best Organization for American Schools Is a Plan Which Shall Divide
917
GreetingsJohnson
934
The Superintendent as the Layman Sees HimChurchill
940
To Whom Is the Board of Education Responsible ?Winship
946
The Minimum Essentials versus the Differentiated Course
953
Snedden
965
Booker T WashingtonAn AppreciationCorson
983
Significant Developments in Educational SurveyingAyres
994
The Thirtieth ManFinley
1001
Manners and MoralsOur ProblemCarmalt
1008
The National Morality Codes CompetitionFairchild
1019
round tables
1025
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population of over 250000
1036
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population between
1049
Round Table of Superintendents of Cities with a Population under 25000 Reliable Measurements of a School SystemWilson
1067
Round Table of Directors of Educational Research
1073
Round Table of Compulsory Education School Census and Child Welfare
1094

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