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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE

DEVOTED TO

The Science, Art, Philosophy and

Literature of Education

FRANK HERBERT PALMER, Editor

VOLUME XXXV

SEPTEMBER, 1914–JUNE, 1915

BOSTON
THE PALMER COMPANY

120 BOYLSTON STREET

1 9 15

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Africa, A United. (Poem.) Dewey Austin Cobb

114

Agencies, About Teachers', B. F. Clark

400

Argentina, Recent Educational Tendencies in. Edgar Ewing Brandon 362

Artist, To an. (Poem.) Minnie E. Hays

219
Athletics, Domination of. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper

129
Athletics, The Place of. Alfred E. Stearns

301

Attendance Officer, His Qualifications and Work. William J. Mc-

Cleery

16

Beverly Factory Industrial School Plan, The. Frank Waldo.

432

Book Notices

59, 123, 126, 192, 259, 337, 404, 473, 537, 609, 673

Books and Libraries, Teaching the Use of. Irene Warren

157

Caesar's Gallic War, Outline Study of. A. T. Sutton 143, 385, 427, 578

Chance, By. (Poem.) Clara J. Denton

491

Character a Neglected College Entrance Requirement. Kenneth C.

M. Sills

615

Character Building in College Work. Otis E. Randall

620

_Character—The Secondary School, Its Opportunity. Geo. B. Lawson 628

Christmas Incense. (Poem.) John S. Alan

252

College Entrance Requirement, A Neglected Factor in. Kenneth C.

M. Sills

615

College, The Ideal. John H. Finley

320

College, The. What is it For ? The Place of Athletics. Alfred E.

Stearns

301

College, The. What is it For ? The Place of Culture. Charles W.

Eliot

271

College, The. What is it For The Place of Preparation. William

Ernest Hocking

287

"College Work, Character Building in. Otis E. Randall

620

Composition Courses, The Content of. C. S. Duncan

167

Corn, The Song of the Withered. (Poem.) Helen Cary Chadwick 156

Country Life in Massachusetts, Solving the Problems of. J. Mace

Andress

91

Culture, The Place of, What is the College For? Charles W. Eliot 271

Daffodil, To a. (Poem.) Isabel R. Hunter

570

Editorial-American Notes 50, 115, 184, 253, 329, 392, 465, 529, 601, 665

Education, The Chief Aim in. Joseph V. Collins

522

Education, The Initiative in. Frank A. Manny .

489

Education, The Organization of. Frederic W. Sanders

26, 98, 178, 231, 371, 453

Efficiency in the Preparatory School. Lewis Perry

652

Efficiency in the Public School. Ernest H. Hapgood

633

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Efficiency in the University. Hermon C. Bumpus

660

English, College Entrance Examinations in. Helena E. Hartshorn 43

English, First Year in High School, Outline for Examination in.

Maud E. Kingsley

366

English Instruction and Practice, Co-operation of Departments in.

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Edward Harlan Webster

409

English, Secondary School Pupil Who Fails in, How to Teach Him.

Harold W. Gammons

378, 565

English, Second Year in High School, Outline for Examination in.

Maud E. Kingsley

450

English, Third Year in the High School, Outline for Examination in

School

Maud E. Kingsley

511

European Nations, Historial Evolution of. Oliver H. Howe

492, 585
Evening High School, The Purpose of an. W. H. Dooley.

543

Examination in Outline for First Year English. Maud E. Kingsley 248, 366

Examination in Outline for Second Year English. Maud E. Kingsley 450

Examination in Outline for Third Year English. Maud E. Kingsley 511
Examinations and Grading. Frank K. Secbrist

197

Foreign Notes

56, 120, 189, 257, 334, 398, 469, 534, 606, 670

Frost Shade. (Poem.) Minnie E. Hays

472

Girls and Their Training. Mabel L. Keech

95
Grading and Examinations. Frank K. Sechrist .

197

Grammar, Formal English; Its Uses and Abuses. G. David Houston 477

Harbor, Outside the. . (Poem.) Stokely S. Fisber

384
High School America n; Evolution of the. E. V. Laughlin

446
High School Course of Study, Vitalizing the. Edwin C. Broome
High School Course, What Shall We Eliminate from the. Alice
Starkey Phelps

140
High School, Evening; The Purpose of an. W. H. Dooley

443
High School Students that Work; Why Not? F. R. Hamilton

241
High School, Thrift in the, What One Boston School is Doing to
Encourage it. Herbert H. Palmer

422
History, The Value of. Ransom A. Mackie

560
Hoase-Keeping as a Public School Study. Mabel L. Keech

164
Industrial School Plan, The Beverly Factory. Frank Waldo

432
Initiative in Education. Frank A. Manny
Jordan, David Starr and His Message of Peace. Henry Meade Bland
Julius Caesar, Nemesis in. Anne Bailey

174

Language Work, Examination in Outline for First Year English in

High School.

Maud E. Kingsley

248

Language Work, Examination in Outline for Second Year English in

High School. Maud E. Kingsley ·

450

Language Work, Examination in Outline for Third Year English in

High School. Maud E. Kingsley

511

Love's Progress. (Poem.) Helen Cary Chadwick

564

Mathematics, Relation of the Symbols of, to the Elements of the
Problems. F. A. Foraker

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Medical Inspection in the Schools. The Children's Point of View.

Samuel C. Lind.

89

Men and Women Teachers, Equal Salaries for. Elizabeth Hodgson 571

Military Education in Colleges, Federal Aid to. Thomas Marshall

107

Modern Language

, for admission to College, The One Unit Prepara-

tion in. Ernest H. Mensel

65

Modern Language Instruction, In Defence of Our. Charles Holswarth 211

Modern Languages, Problems in Teaching. Charles Hart Handscbin

597

Moral Education—The History of an Experiment. Charles K. Taylor 220

Motion Picture Theatre and the Child. Frederic R. Willard

350

Navy, The Educatlonal Development of the. Walter B. Norris

503
Normal School, Physical Training in the. Henry S. Curtis

82
Pantheism. (Poem.) Odell Shepard .

166

Peace, David Starr Jordan and His Message. Henry Mead Bland

77

Periodical Notes

64, 128, 196, 264, 340, 408, 476, 542, 614, 678

Physical Training in the Normal School. Henry S. Curtis

82
Plea, The Poet's. (Poem.) Lalah Ruth Randle

391
Preparation, The Place of; What is the College For? William Ernest
Hocking

287
Preparatory School, Efficiency in the. Lowis Perry

652
Primary Reading, Modern Methods of Teaching. G. W. Lewis

616
Psychologist in the Class Room. Rolland M. Shreves

152

Public School, Efficiency in the. Ernest H. Hapgood

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633

Pupil Who Fails in Secondary School English. How to Teach Him.

Harold W. Gammans

878, 505

Reading Book, One Hundrod Plus in the. Caroline Griffin

21
Reading, Primary; Modern Methods of Teaching. G. W. Lewis

516
Rural School Grounds and Interiors, The Improvement of. Harriet
B. Osborn

555

Salaries for Men and Women Teachers, Equal. Elizabeth Hodgson 571

Secondary School ; Its Opportunity-Character. George B. Lawson 628

Sonneteers, Amateur. Marion S. Cole

37
Student Activities, The Place of. Alexander Meiklejohn

312

Studies, The Disciplinary Values of; A Census of Opinions. Edward

L. Thorodike

278

Teachers' Agencies, About. B. F. Clark

400

Thrift in the High School, What One Boston School is Doing to

Encourage it. Herbert H. Palmer

422

Training School, Problem of the. H. S. Hippensteel

1

University, Efficiency in the. Hermon C. Bumpus

660
University, Some Ear-Marks of a. Wallace N. Stearns

457
Vocational and Liberal Studies in 1914, The Place of. Katharine E.
Puncheon

341
Which! (Poem.) Eleanor Robbins Wilson

877
“Whistler ”. (Poem.) Minnie E. Hays

142
Women and Mon Teachers, Equal Salaries for. Elizabeth Hodgson 571

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Devoted to the Science, Art, Philosophy and Literature

of Education

VOL. XXXV.

SEPTEMBER, 1914

No. I

The Problem of the Training School
PROFESSOR H. S. HIPPENSTEEL, STATE NORMAL,

STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN.

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DIRILDUN INCE the establishment of normal schools no prob

lem has been more unyielding in its solution than this of training schools or training departments. Some normal schools seem to reach a satisfied state with what they are doing, others are constantly changing and readjusting. This unrest would indicate an unsolved problem, or a most healthy state

of growth of some sort. It is probable that it is not a healthy growih, but a matter of experimentation that is hazardous to some interests. At least, with this condition before us, may it not be opportune to raise the question once more as to the function and possibility of the training school ? To answer the question with reasonable fullness would require a knowledge of much of the theory of training school and some visitation of the schools of the United States and probably of foreign countries. For us to see that there is a problem which has not been fully solved is enough at this time. Among the topics involved in consideration of such a problem, the following may be mentioned; first, the purpose of such a school; second, its relation to the other departments of the normal schools; third, its relation directly to the student teacher; fourth, its relation to the course of study; fifth, its relation to the child asked to attend such a school.

So intimate is the relation of these five points that it will be

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