Yearbook, Izdaje 14–17

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University of Chicago Press [1911, 1925
 

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Stran 68 - And Jacob went near unto Isaac his father; and he felt him, and said, The voice is Jacob's voice, but the hands are the hands of Esau.
Stran 89 - MAY I join the choir invisible Of those immortal dead who live again In minds made better by their presence : live In pulses stirred to generosity, In deeds of daring rectitude, in scorn For miserable aims that end with self. In thoughts sublime that pierce the night like stars, And with their mild persistence urge man's search To vaster issues.
Stran 79 - ... members shall be elected by the Executive Committee. SECTION 3. Members shall be elected by the Executive Committee, and shall pay annual dues. Other funds necessary for the maintenance of the Society shall be raised by assessments levied on the members of the Society. ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS SECTION 1. The affairs of the Society shall be placed in the hands of an Executive Committee consisting of the president and secretary during their terms of office, the retiring president and secretary for...
Stran 97 - Parts each year and are discussed at the annual meeting which is held in February at the same time and place as the meeting of the Department of Superintendence of the National Education Association.
Stran 65 - The original basis of the wants which so truly do and should rule the world is the original satisfyingness of some states of affairs and annoyingness of others.
Stran 146 - ... the station where the sea appears most open, or to run as far north as possible, at enormous expense, with a great force of men, and abundance of provisions, and paraffine oil, and push northwards during the Arctic winter by a chain of communicating stations, with ice-built refuge huts. But little progress has been made during the past quarter of a century in the actual investigation of the conditions of the Antarctic regions. From information derived from all sources up to the present, it may...
Stran 51 - Pupils are expected to study the subject-matter and learn it by heart. The recitation consists in having the children give back what they have learned. Usually the form in which it is given must be exactly that of the text. Much dependence is placed on repetition, review, and drill.
Stran 104 - Brooks (10) into three groups: (a) honors based on average grades received in regular courses; (b) honors based on special work undertaken in addition to the regular program; and (c) honors based on work superseding the regular program.
Stran 17 - ... if it were worked out in a single classroom be gladly received by a reputable educational journal? If you are inclined to desire data on more children than are to be found in a single classroom, you should remember that as many as thirty or forty subjects in a psychology laboratory are by no means common. Moreover, there is no reason why teachers' research work should not be organized so that several classrooms may participate in the same project.

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