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The Cyclopaedia of Education

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Published by Thoemmes Continuum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Education,
  • History of specific subjects,
  • Reference works,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • USA,
  • Americas (North Central South West Indies),
  • History / Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHenry Kiddle (Editor), Alexander J. Schem (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages900
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11906022M
    ISBN 101843710617
    ISBN 109781843710615

    The superintendence over all institutions of instruction, private and public, belongs to the state. Spener was the teacher of Francke, who established a school at Halle for children of both sexes, and another for teachers, on the principle that religious and moral instruction should be made more prominent than intellectual acquirements, that the end of education should be a living knowledge of God and of pure Christianity. These institutions afford complete preparation for the university, corresponding to the gymnasia of Germany and the grammar schools of England. Dividing the marriages for a given period in England into classes, in the first of which from 20 to 30 per cent.

    Its plan is not unlike that of Ringelberg, but its subjects are more varied and more elaborately treated. Projected and arranged by John Wilkes. Greek and Hebrew faces were sometimes used and occasionally special chemical, pharmaceutical, and other symbols appear. And so the wisest statesmen and publicists have found that the best way to diminish the crime and pauperism of a community is to lessen its ignorance.

    For a more comprehensive education of teachers special courses are established in some of the universities and technical schools, and their improvement is further provided for by means of educational journals, libraries for teachers, periodical conferences for teachers, and special courses for professional improvement. Early in the 5th century learning found a refuge in the monasteries, which had been introduced in the East for purposes of solitude and contemplation, but in the West for quiet and union amid the disorders of society. Only 3 of Jackson's dates accord with the dates listed below. They are under the supervision of the government, and their teachers are appointed by the king. In the selection of teachers special regard is paid to their religious sentiments.


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Meier in Halle. The schools of Prussia may be divided into five general classes: 1, primary; 2, burgher; 3, Realschule; 4, gymnasium; 5, The Cyclopaedia of Education book. In his introduction he treated of the nature, object, and classification of the sciences; of the history and literature of the sciences in oriental countries; of several special questions concerning the history of learning; and of the Arabic language and literature.

The gymnasia The Cyclopaedia of Education book Latin schools afford a classical and mathematical education to students preparing for the universities and professional schools. Its success gave rise to a number of similar works, mostly modelled after it. This plan was prosecuted on a wider scale and with more maturity of execution in the subsequent editions.

These are in the smaller towns, are exclusively for boys, and are supported by appropriations out of the state treasury. This important work was especially rich in its scientific department. This fund owes its origin to the sale of large estates formerly bequeathed to the clergy and churches.

The new school law provides for elementary instruction to be given everywhere free of charge, for obligatory attendance upon the schools under penalty of fine, and that no one shall be appointed to any state, provincial, or communal office who cannot read and write.

All public lectures are free. The pupils pay for tuition in all of them. The publication of Rees followed the common system of a number of booksellers banding together to share the cost and eventual profit: the conger syndicate.

The government grants aid to numerous scientific and art academies, a medical school, two veterinary institutes, a military, and a naval school.

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Many of the seminaries of Germany for training female teachers have departments for the preparation of teachers for the kindergarten. The so-called higher or civic schools differ chiefly from the best arranged common schools in the addition of modern foreign The Cyclopaedia of Education book, and in giving a fuller instruction in other branches.

Jarvis of Massachusetts has shown The Cyclopaedia of Education book an important relation exists between education and health. One of these exists in most of the large cities, and the most advanced of them is the imperial college in Peking.

Rees, Taxon Vol 35, No 2 May, pp — A regular school fee is generally paid in the private and public day schools, but in the case of poor parents an exception is made. Brockhaus, who conducted the second edition 10 vols. Education was in like manner encouraged by Zwingli and Calvin, the latter of whom caused the erection of a splendid edifice for the gymnasium of Geneva, to which eight distinguished professors of Hebrew, Greek, philosophy, and theology were invited.

Formerly the supervision of the schools in the lower grade The Cyclopaedia of Education book held largely by the clergy, but in a new school law was passed looking to the entire separation of school and church, and withdrawing the direction of educational matters from the clergy as such, although clergymen may be and are appointed by the state as school superintendents.

Edited by George Long. Astronomy, mathematics, natural philosophy, botany, mineralogy, medical science, arts, agriculture, all came within the compass of his researches. There are three government normal schools; the course of instruction occupies four years, with from 39 to 44 hours a week.

The ordinary studies of the realschule are German, French, English, Latin, mathematics, geography and history, natural history, physics and chemistry, mechanics, drawing, religion, singing, and turning or gymnastics.

Though education, like religion, was recognized as a part of the political constitution, yet the state left it to parental interests and affection to educate the young, ordaining only certain general rules, chiefly in behalf of morality.

Finally, each commune or parish must have its school, and each school its committee of supervision Schulvorstandconsisting of the curate, two magistrates, from two to four notable persons of the parish, and its inspector, usually the parish clergyman.

Rowland, K. Journal of Botany. Some of these schools also prepare pupils for the university.[Has at pp 80–81 an account of Sir J.

E. Smith and the Supplementary portion of Rees's Cyclopaedia. Concerns botanical articles.] Grant, Kerry S., Dr Burney as Critic and Historian of Music. UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, [Throughout this book Grant made reference to, and some times quoted from, Burney's articles in Rees.]Editor: Abraham Rees.

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According to its Aggregate population: 38,A one-volume encyclopaedia ebook, sincehas been published annually. Prior to that date its publication frequency was somewhat erratic. Certain sections appear in each year, such as an atlas, gazeteer, prominent people, whereas others are varied year to year.