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It if written especially to meet the want* of trhool olH>era and uecher* and treat* clearly aid com pre hfnKivelj tbe queetioiu) wblcb they mutt meet daily in their work.
It la need a* a text book In nearly all of the Mannormal scboola and In a large number of tbe training claesee.
It contain* over 400 parrc*. I* printed on eood paper in clear type, la well bound, and haa a complete topical
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Dictionary of Prose Quotations Compiled bv Geu*g« W. Powers. Completely n>deied »6s pages
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In the January number Prof. A. W. Trettien of the Department of Education, State Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis., will begin an important series of articles on the practical application of psychology in the school room. The first article will be of interest to all kindergarten teachers, the title being "The Kindergarten from the Standpoint of Genetic Psychology." This will be followed in succeeding numbers by two articles on " The Psychology of Language," showing the principles which should govern languageteaching in the grades and high school. There will be two articles on "The Manual Arts" and two on "The Psychology of Nature Study and Science." The last of the series will be a timely treatise of "The Psychology of Religious Instruction."
We also expect to publish in January an article by Charles C. Boyer, Ph. D., vice-principal of the Keystone State Normal School, Pennsylvania, entitled " In Tune with the Infinite in Teaching."
The history of New York State by Edward S. Ellis, which will be published in installments in American
Education beginning next month, has many features to commend it to readers. Besides giving the salient incidents relating to the State from its discovery by Verrazani to the present time, the series contains much information which we believe has been published in no other history. Teachers of other States should be interested in these articles because New York occupies an important position in the history and development of the country. A State that leads all others in population, in wealth and in enterprise, which has furnished six-presidents and seven vice-presidents to the nation, whose chief city is the metropolis of America,—such a commonwealth has a record of profound interest and of exceeding value to the student of history.
"What to Read in the Third and Fourth Grades" will be the subject of the second article by Carl Holliday. "The Teaching of Denominate Numbers" will be discussed by Wm. F. White in the third article of his series. Miss E. Helen Hannah's next lesson in psychology will be devoted to the study of " Sensations." Other
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articles planned for January are an outline for Vocal Drill, by Ada Van Stone Harris; some excellent suggestions by Miss Elizabeth Baker, Dallas, Texas, concerning the Use of the Dictionary; Problems in Insurance by Leon V. Arnold; and the usual outline study of English masterpieces by Elmer J. Bailey. "Macbeth" will be published in January and Joan of Arc and English Mail Coach in February. Teachers desiring outlines for class use should send their orders promptly.
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ffebu Edition of School Lattf
The latest 1906 edition of Finegan's New York School Law is now ready for distribution. It contains all the changes in the State school law to date. Mailing price, $1.00.