Author: James Mickleborough Greenwood
Title: Successful teaching; fifteen studies by practical teachers, prize-winners in the national educational contest of 1905
Publisher: New York and London : Funk & Wagnalls Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Teaching
Publishers' note.--Introduction by J. M. Greenwood.--Personality as a factor in teaching, by H. M. Donner.--The value of psychology in teaching, by J. J. Sharpe.--How best to develop character in children, by E. S. Loud.--How best to gain and keep control of pupils, by A. J. Grout.--How to teach children to think, by A. C. Ralph.--Advantages of memory work, by W. C. Hewitt.--How best to teach concentration, by K. Walton.--How to develop the conversational powers of pupils, by F. Elmer.--The place of biography in general education, by G. F. Morgan.--The art of story-telling and its uses in the school room, by M. S. Greene.--Nature studies: the various methods of teaching nature, by C. C. Leighton.--The teaching of phonetics, by Z. Eastman.--The value of word study and how to direct it, by E. S. Gerhard.--The educational influence and value of manual training, by B. M. Balch.--How best to acquaint pupils with what is going on in the world, by J. M. Van Dyke
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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