This is a book is of educational ideas, commentaries, and observations from the past. The passages recorded here come from educational writings that were produced between 1880 and 1935a time period that began with spirited calls for school reform and ended with a new and different concept of what it meant to be educated. It was this new concept of education that laid the foundation for the modern American school system.
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About the Author
Corey R. Lock is a professor of educational leadership at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. His area of specialty is curriculum, particularly the foundations and history of American public school curriculum.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Administrators Chapter 2: Children Chapter 3: Classroom Management and Discipline Chapter 4: Classroom Practices Chapter 5: Curriculum Chapter 6: Education Chapter 7: Exceptional Children Chapter 8: Learning Chapter 9: Motivating Students Chapter 10: Parents Chapter 11: Schools Chapter 12: Students Chapter 13: Subject Matter Chapter 14: Teacher Preparation and Development Chapter 15: Teachers and Teaching Chapter 16: Teaching Methods Chapter 17: Testing