The Teacher: Essays and Addresses on Education by Palmer and Palmer

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Author Palmer, George Herbert, 1842-1933
Author Palmer, Alice Freeman, 1855-1902
LoC No. 08032424
Title The Teacher: Essays and Addresses on Education
Contents I. Problems of school and college: The ideal teacher. Ethical instruction in schools. Moral instruction in schools. Self-cultivation in English. Doubts about university extension. Specialization. The glory of the imperfect -- II. Harvard papers: The new education. Erroneous limitations of the elective system. Necessary limitations of the elective system. College expenses. A teacher of the olden time [Professor Sophocles] -- III. Papers by Alice F. Palmer: Three types of women's colleges. Women's education in the nineteenth century. Women's education at the World's Fair. Why go to college?
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Language English
LoC Class LB: Education: Theory and practice of education
Subject Education
Subject Education, Higher
Subject Women -- Education
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EBook-No. 36774
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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