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PUBLISHED IN THE MONTHS OF OCTOBER, JANUARY,
SINGLE COPIES, 30 CENTS EACH
A GRAMMAR SCHOOL NUMBER
HE January number of the MANUAL TRAINING MAGAZINE will be devoted especially to
manual training in the grammar gracies. For this number Walter J. Kenyon has contributed an article on the “Spirit and Purpose of Manual Training in Elementary Schools ;" J. H.
Trybom, supervisor of manual training, Detroit, Mich., has formulated principles which should govern manual-training work in grammar grades; and Arthur W. Richards, director of manual training, Ethical Culture Schools, New York city, has sent an illustrated article explaining a new line of work he has been following with marked success during the past year. Other valuable articles are expected.
A second article on the ** Decorative Side of a Course in Forging," by William C. Stimpson, of Pratt Institute, will be printed in an early number; also an article on "The Evergreens," by Edwin W. Foster, of Brooklyn.
THE SUMMER NUMBER
The July number called forth many words of commendation, the leading article by Dr. John Dewey being the chief cause. We have obtained permission to print two letters concerning Dr. Dewey's article.
Dr. Albert Leonard, president of the Michigan System of Normal Schools and editor of the Journal of Pedagogy, writes as follows:
JUNE 14, 1901. Dr. Dewey's article on " The Place of Manual Training in the Elementary Course of Study," in the MANUAL TRAINING MAGAZINE for July, ought to be read by every teacher. This article is the best brief discussion of the subject that has yet appeared, and in publishing this article the MANUAL TRAINING MAGAZINE is rendering an important service to sound education. In these days no teacher can afford to remain ignorant of such articles as this by Dr. Dewey.
JUNE 19, 1901. Dr. Dewey has put the argument for appropriate manual training as a fundamental part of elementary education so clearly and so convincingly that it must appeal to everyone. I hope the article will be widely read by those who still fail to see the full significance of manual training as a branch of school work, I shall not fail to call attention to his article as opportunities present themselves.
May I add that I find the MANUAL TRAINING MAGAZINE one of the most useful journals that we have?
Very truly yours,
PAUL H. HANUS.
“Manual Training in England," by T. B. Kidner.
George H. Bryant.
Illinois Teachers' Association, in which "Social Occupations" and "The School and
Society" were discussed.
Entered at the Post-Office at Chicago as Second Class Mail Matter
Copyright, 1901, Charles A. Bennett.
CHARLES A. BENNETT
The University of Chicago Press
[Names of contributors of articles are set in SMALL CAPITALS. (A) indicates an abstract of a paper
cupations in Primary Grades, 20.
Frank Forrest Frederick, 224.
Association, 168; Connecticut State cation of the Hand (A), 32.
Course in Woodwork, 188.
Creative Manual Training --Grant Beebe,
Current Problems in Secondary Educa-
DEAN, ARTHUR D.- Results of Trade
Teaching in Springfield, Massachusetts,
211; Henderson's Education and the
Larger Life, 250.
Decorative Side of a Course in Forging,
The, 11 (III.) – William C. Stimpson,
Academies and High Schools, 161. Domestic Economy for the School Girl
(A) -- Mrs. Nellie S. Kedzie, 38.
Domestic Science, The Strongest Plea
for (A) – Lisbeth M. Gladselter, 39.
Editorials--Landwork in Primary Grades,
C. R. Richards, 56; Manual Training
for the Grammar-School Period, 115;
The Death of Colonel Francis W. Park-
er, 185; The School Craft Club in New
Education of the land, A Plea for the
(A) - William I. Crane, 32.
Evergreens, The (III.) - Edwin W. Foster,
Expression in its Relation to Education
(A) - Francis W. Parker, 31.
FOSTER, EDWIN W.- The Evergreens
FREDERICK, FRANK FORREST – The
Story of Camp Methuen (III.), 224.
in Public Schools, 125.
Monin, Luis C.- The Technical High
School (A), 165.
par excellence (communication), 58.
High Schools, The (111.) - Charles A.
Gladfelter, Lisbeth M.— The Strongest
Plea for Domestic Science (A), 39.
High-School Physics, and Manual-
Charles R. Richards, I, 35, 56.
in the Practice School at the DeKalb
Katherine B. Camp, 20.
at East Aurora (A), 34.
Card-Board Work, 122.
Jamison, J. M.- Manual-Training Meth-
ods Needed in Physics (A), 232.
omy for the School Girl (A), 38.
pose of Manual Training in the Ele-
mentary School, 80.
Exposition Harris W. Moore, 53; in
Charles F. Warner, 43.
craft in the Primary Grades (111.), 26.
Arts as Constructive Work in the Ele-
mentary School, 12.
hribit, 47 ; Manual Training at the Pan-
Parker, Francis W.- Expression in its
Relation to Education (A), 31.
chanic-Arts High Schools, Some Criti-
Correlations - G. Stanley Hall, 189.
W. Parmenter, 234.
Power in Buildings, 187; Barnes's
An Elementary Course in
Manual Arts, 1901, 188.
Side of Manual Training (111.), 61.
the Primary School (Ill.), 1, 35, 56.
for Manual Training in Small Com-
munities (A), 37.
Manual Training, I, 151 ; II, Primary
Elbert Ilubbard, 34.
George E. Vincent, 41.
Spirit and Purpose of Manual Training
rative Side of a Course in Forging, II
C. Monin, 165.
Elementary School Clara Isabel
Trade Teaching in Springfield, Massa-
chusetts, Results of (III.) – Arthur D.
the Curriculum (A), 41.
Manual Training to Trade Instruction
COPYRIGHT, 1901, CHARLES A. BENNETT.