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This Vumber (XX.) begins a new year (1860) and a new Volume (VIII.,) and
will be sent only to subscribers who pay in advance, for the number, ($1.50,) or for
the Volume, (82.50,) or for the year, ($4.00.)
F. B. PERKINS, HARTFORD, CT.
American Journal of Education.
PORTRAIT OF Josian HOLBROOK,
I. EDUCATIONAL APHORISMS AND SUGGESTIONS—Ancient and Modern,.
1. Man-his dignity and destiny,.....
2. Education-its nature and value, ...
3. Parents and Teachers—their duties,..
4. Early Training-home education,.....
II. LETTERS TO A Young TEACHER. By Gideon F. Thayer,
Letter X. Geography,...
III. SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE,
Plans of Union Public School-house,
3.-First and Second Floors, ..
IV. MEMOIR OF CHARLES 8. Hovey, First Principal of State Normal University of Illinois, 94
V. Os Teaching History. By Karl von Raumer,.
Aphorisms--what to avoid,...
Ultimate object of this study,.
VI. GEOGRAPHY, ......
Rousseau's views on teaching this subject,....
Raumer's dialogue on,...
Results of experience in teaching.....
United study and reading of history,..
VII. INSTRUCTION IN NATURAL SCIENCE. By Karl von Raumer,
1. Difficulties in the extent of the subject,..
2. Objections to this study in the gymnasia,..
3. Extent of acquirement.....
4. Where and how to begin instruction,..
5. Science and art should be joined,..
6. Mathematics and laws of nature,
7. Instruction in mineralogy,.
8. Characteristics of pupils,..
9. Instruction in botany,..
10. Necessary inconsistency,...
11. "Mysteriously revealed," or unavoidable obscurity,..
12. Natural law and moral freedom,......
Conclusion. Devotional method of investigating nature,..
Note. Collections or museum for teaching inineralogy,
VIII. GEOMETRY. By Karl von Raumer,..
Geometry and Euclid synonymous,.....
Opinion of Montücla, Leibnitz, Lorenz of Euclid's Elements, '
Raumer's attack and Kepler's answer,.
Reasons for modern deviations,
Museum of Alexandria,....
The origin and aim of the “ Elements,"
Intuitional instruction in form,.....
Application of geometry in crystallography,
IX. ARITHMETIC. By Karl von Raumer,...
Difference between ancient and modern methods of teaching arithmetic,.
Peurbach's "Elementa Arithmetices"--A. D. 1450,.
Algebra-or use of letters,......
Mental arithmetic based on realities,..
Intuitional processes by beans, &c.,.,
Intuitional tables, or the visual element,
Use of counters, .........
True use of mental arithmetic, ...
Limits to arithmetical instruction in elementary schools,.
in burgher and high schools,.
in gymnasia, ...
Excessive stimulation to be avoided,....
Example of DeLaspé, cited by Diesterweg, disapproved,
Note. Counters, ..
Explanation of abbreviated processes,.
X. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. By Karl von Raumer,
1. Hygiene, or care of the health,....
Secret vices-extent and causes.......
2. Inuring to endurance of want and toil,..
Opinions of Luther, Montaigne, Rousseau,
System of Guts Muths,.
Meierotto and Fichte,.
Effects of factory labor,
Influence of luxury,..
Discontinuance of popular festivals, ..
Gymnastics of the Pestalozzi school,.
Friedrich Ludwig Jahn,......
History of the German Turning system,
The Turning institution,..
Objections to the Turning system,..
Oken's answer and remedy, ,
Passow's object of Turning,
Steffen's caricatures, ...
Consequences of Sund's act,
4. Training of the senses,..
5. Christian ethical training,.......
6. Anti-Christian and immoral miseducation,
7. Intellectual training,..
8. Restoration of human powers,.
9. Creative power of man,..
XII. MEMOIR OF Josiau HOLBROOK,.
Agricultural Seminary in Derby, 1824,....
Plan of association of adults for mutual improvement,
First Lyceum at Milbury, in 1826,........
Manufacture of apparatus for schools and lyceums,
Convention at Columbian Hall, in 1830,..
Formation of American Institute of Instruction,
The Family Lyceum Weekly,...
Secretary of School Agents' Society,..
Labors in Pennsylvania,..
Lyceum village of Berea,.
Labors in New York city schools,.
Residence and labors in Washington city,..
Death at Lynchburg, Va...
Resolutions of American Institute of Instruction,.
Recollections of Holbrook, by Prof. Russell,..
Tribute to, by Hon. S. S. Randall......
Note A. Letter of E. C. Flerrick, on the Agricultural Seminary at Derby,.
B. History of the Lyceum, ......
C. Timothy Claxton,..........
XIII. THE PUBLIC OR Foundation Schools of ENGLAND,...
General characteristics. By Rev. J. D. Collis,..
Dates and number of grammar schools, .......
Suggestions for making them more uscful...
Benefactors and foundation of the principal Public Schools,..
1. William of Wykehain, and Winchester College,..
2. Henry VI., and Eton College...
3. Denn Colet and St. Paul's School,.
4. Edward IV., and Christ's Hospital,
5. Westminster College School,..
6. Lawrence Sheriff, and Rugby School,
7. John Lyon, and Harrow School,..
The Servants' Chamber at Winchester,.
Large hall of St. Paul's School.....
The Writing-School at Christ's Hospital,.
Influence of nature,....
2. Burgher and real schools,.
3. Learned schools,.
Latin and real schools, .
4. Asylums and special schools,
Evening classes for apprentices,...
Agricultural schools-Navigation schools,..
XVII. Modes of IMPROVING A FACTORY POPULATION,.
Experience of Edward Akroyd, M. P., at Copley, in Yorkshire,
Library reading-room, bands of music, recreation-ground,.
Sick and funeral club,...
Public bakery, and co-operative societies,.
Provident society and assurance,......
Infant school, and working-men's college,
XVIII. EDUCATIONAL MISCELLANY,
The Primer, ......
Fac simile of,...
University honors and after success,.
XIX. Books or REFERENCE,.
XX. EDUCATIONAL LITERATURE,
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We had made some preparation for a series of articles in success-
ire numbers of this Journal, embodying the most remarkable sayings,
more or less aphoristic, of wise and good men, in different countries
and in different ages, on the subject of Education and Schools, when
we found the labor of collecting very much abridged in a volume of
Dr. J. F.T. Wohlfarth, of Kirchhasel, in the Principality of Schwarz-
berg-Rudolstadt—entitled “The Pedagogical Treasure-Casket :* a
Theory of Education, set forth in the most remarkable expressions
of the wise men of ancient and modern times.”
The matter is arranged under the following heads :-
1. Man-his dignity and destiny.
II. Education-its nature and value.
III. Parents and Teachers—their duties.
IV. Early Training-home education.
V. Obedience to Parents.
VI. Female Education.
VII. Intellectual Culture.
VIII. Subjects and Means of Education.
2. Natural Science.
IX. Religious Instruction,
The contents are introduced by the following Preface.
During the preparation of his "Pedagogy from a Practical Stand-point,” the idea of a collection of the more remarkable expressions of the wise men of all times, on a subject so steadily increasing in importance as that of education, had occurred to the editor with the more force because such an anthology was not forthcoming for his own use, and because it seemed to him that it would furnislı a store of incitements to a holy enterprise not to be found in any other way, would disseminate the most fruitful seeds, and would offer a species of guide, · Polagogisches Schatzkasllein."
Gotha, 1857. 416
Von Dr. J. F. Th. Wohlfarth.