Great educators of three centuries; their work and its influence on modern education / by Frank Pierrepont Graves.
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- Physical Description: ix, 289 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: New York : The Macmillan company, 1912.
"Largely an outgrowth of ... lectures before extension classes, teachers' institutes, and other informal gatherings in the states of Missouri and Ohio."
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John Milton and his "academy".--Francis Bacon and the inductive method.--Ratich and his educational claims.--Comenius and his Great didactic.--John Locke and education as discipline.--Francke and his institutions.--Rousseau and naturalism in education.--Basedow and the Philanthropinum.--Pestalozzi and education as development.--Herbart and education as a science.--Froebel and the kindergarten.--Lancaster and Bell, and the monitorial system.--Horace Mann and the American educational revival.--Herbert Spencer and the relative value of studies.
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