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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE

· DEVOTED TO

The Science, Art, Philosophy and

Literature of Education

RICHARD G. BOONE and FRANK H. PALMER, Editors

VOLUME XXVII
SEPTEMBER, 1906 — June, 1907

BOSTON
THE PALMER COMPANY
50 BROMFIELD STREET

1907

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560

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288

Accuracy from the Point of View of the Psychologist. Edward L.

Thorndike . . .

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Accuracy in Mathematics and Science. Charles Edward Tilley . . 467
Administration, School. John W. Wilkinson . . . . .
Alaska, Culture Conditions in. Dazie M. Stromstadt . .
Algebra and Geometry, The Educational Significance of. Bernard

C. Ewer . . . . . . . . . . . . 222

Antoninus, In a Copy of Marcus Aureleius. (Poem.) W. E. Aiken . 457

Arithmetic, The Educational and Practical Value of. Walter H.

Young . . . . . . . . .

. . 326

Art Study in the Public Schools. Prof. Franklin B. Sawvel . . 614

Athletics, The Academic Value of College. Dr. D. A. Sargent . . 317

Beowulf, The Epic of the Saxons. Rea McCain . . . . . 136

Book Notices . . . . 56, 123, 190, 245, 309, 374, 438, 521, 584, 649

Brown University, The Woman's College in. Lida Shaw King. .. 478

Character, How Best to Develop it in Children. Amy E. Tanner . 546

Childhood Days. (Poem.) Alonzo Rice . . . . . . 571

Children, How Best to Develop Character in. Amy E. Tanner . . 546

Child Study. Rev. E. F. Blanchard .

Classification and Promotion of Pupils in Elementary Schools. John

P. Garber

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Details of

College and University Administration, Some Details of. President

President

George E. Fellows.
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College Funds and Expenditures. Louis A. Kalbach.

537
College. Graduate in Trade and Industry, The. Harlow S. Person

589
Colleges, Forensic Training in. Thomas C. Trueblood . . .
College, Versus the High School, Methods. Robert J. Aley . . 65
College Woman Graduate, The. Mrs. Rachael Kent Fitz . .

601

Departmental Organization of Secondary Schools. Julius Sachs . 484

Departmental Teaching in Grammar Grades. Charles S. Chapin . 505

Editorial . . . . . 49, 112, 180, 240, 303, 368, 430, 515, 577, 642

Elementary Schools, A Seven-year Course. J. M. Greenwood . . 560
Endeavor, A Song of. (Poem.) Alonzo Rice . . . . .
English, College. Clara F. Stevens . . . . .

101
English, College Entrance Examination Board's Questions in. Martha
Hale Shackford . . . . . . . .

231
-English Masterpieces, The Study of. Miss Margaret Ashmun . . 629

English, The Teaching of. Lucy Hayes-Macqueen . . . . 393
English, Travelers'. George P. Baker . . . . . .

448
Ethical Teaching in the Schools, Practical Suggestions Toward a Pro-

gram of. Winthrop D. Sheldon . . . . . . 193, 262, 353

Foreign Notes . . . . . . 54, 116, 184, 243,

54, 116, 184, 243, 307, 372, 435, 518, 581, 646

Forensic Training in Colleges. Thomas C. Trueblood . . . 381
Funds and Expenditures, College. Lewis A. Kalbach . . . 637

381

392

334

Ewer . . . . . . . . . . . . 222

German Education. M. D. Learned . . . . . . . . 25

God's Temple. (Poem.) Maisie B. Whiting . . . . . 84
Government in School and College. Arthur Deering Call . . . 253, 341
Grammar Grades, Departmental Teaching in the. Charles S. Chapin 505
Greek, The Present Decline in the Study of. Wallace N. Stearns .. 164
Growth, Daily. (Poem.) Alonzo Rice . . . . . . .
Helvetians, The Song of the. (Poem.) Helen Cary Chadwick . . 346
High Schools, What They Should do to Fit Students for College.

Howard C. Leonard . . . . . . . . . 281
Industrial Education in Secondary Schools. Gustaf Larson . *169
Israelitish History, The Place of, in a System of Education. Noah

Calvin Hirschy . . . . . . . . . .

Kindergarten, Conservatism vs. Radicalism in the. Mary Frances

Schaeffer . . . . . . . . . . .

Laboratory, The College. C. Riborg Mann . . .

200

Leaf, The Changing. (Poem.) G. P. Guerrier. .

Library, The Modern College. James H. Canfield

Literature and Language Study. A. S. Isaacs .

347

Luther, Martin. (Poem.) Frederick Andres .

549

Manual Training as a Preventive of Truancy. James Parton Haney . 635

Mathematics and Science, Accuracy in. Charles Edward Tilley . 467

Mathematics, Some Causes Contributing to Failure of Students in.

H. A. Foering . . . . . . . . . .

Meeting, A. (Poem.) Isabel R. Hunter . . .
Modern Languages (As Applied in the Schools of France), The Direct

Method of Teaching. William B. Aspinwall . .

Modern Language Texts, Imperfections in. Kenneth Kaufman. . 433

Nature's Superabundance. William Whitman Bailey . .

612

New York, Notes from Greater . .

. 120, 187

Normal Schools, Aspects of the Professional Work in. William C.

Ruediger . . . . . . . . . . .

Periodical Notes . . . 64, 128, 192, 252, 316, 380, 444, 524, 588, 652

Physiology, Plant, in Secondary Schools. Joseph Y. Bergen . .

Pleasures, Simple. (Poem.) G. P. Guerrier . . . . . 466

Preparatory School and the Boy. J. H. Atkinson . . . . 227

Primary Schools, Action and Reaction in Stewart H. Rowe . . 420

Problem Work, Difficulties in. William T. Miller . .

572

Promotion of Pupils in Elementary Schools, A Rational System of

Classification. John P. Garber . . .

288

Psychologist, Accuracy from the Point of View of the. Edward L.

Thorndike . . . . . . . . . . .

458

Public School, The Function of the. George E. Gay . . . . 525

Quotations, Direct. Henry Lincoln Clapp . . . . . ..

397
Religion, School Instruction in. Paul H. Hanus . . . . . 10, 73
Religious Instruction, The Content of, in German Protestant Schools.
Edward O. Sisson : . . . . .

150

Rice Grass, In the. (Poem.) Henry Chadwick . . . . . 536

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Sabbath Morn. (Poem.) N. K. Griggs . . . . . .
School Year of Twelve Months, A. W. A. Wirt . . . .
Science in Education, Is the Mission of Failing ? Charles W. Hargitt
Secondary Schools, A Five-year Course for. J. M. Greenwood. .
Secondary Schools, The Departmental Organization of. Julius Sachs
Social Adjustment. Ira W. Howerth . . . . . . .
Special Classes in the Public Schools of New York. Jessie Rosenfeld
Stone, Fanny, A Pedagogical Story. Mrs. Florence Milner . .
Strength of the Sand. (Poem.) Alonzo Rice .
Summer Rain, The. (Poem.) G. P. Guerrier .
Sunset. (Poem.) Henry Chadwick . . . .
Teacher, The Vocation of the President William H. P. Faunce
Teacher, To an Old. (Poem.) Frances Ingold Walker . .
“Telhi, City of," a Junior Republic. Jas. E. Rogers . . . .
Temple of Fame, The. (Poem.) J. A. Edgerton. .

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Trade and Industry, The College Graduate in. Harlow H. Person.
Undepartmentalized Experiences. D. 0. S. Lowell . . . .
Unfortunates and Their Treatment. M. F. Andrew . . . .
When Mercy Seasons Justice. Mrs. Florence Milner . . . .
Will, Practical and Impractical Ways of Educating the. H. H.

Horne . . . . . . . . . . . . Woman, College Graduate, The . . .

. . . Woman's College in Brown University, The. Dean Lida Shaw King

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Devoted to the Science, Art, Philosophy and Literature

of Education

Vol. XXVII

SEPTEMBER, 1906

No. 1

College Methods and Administration

Some Details of College and University Administration

PRESIDENT GEORGE E. FELLOWS, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE, ORONO, ME. PAA N order to speak with authority upon the adminis

W trative methods of a university as distinguished
U from those of a college, one should be able to draw

from executive experience in both kinds of insti-
tution. I venture to offer some observations on
administrative methods of a university as con-
trasted with those of a college.

As yet the university in America has, in all save a very few instances, developed from a college, and a great majority of the universities still maintain the full college course, and hence have the problems of college and university combined.

Several universities of the country have developed so rapidly as universities that the college of the same name and location has suffered, and a few institutions are endeavoring to make special provision for the college students, so that the immature may not be left entirely to their own guidance as are the more mature students in the university proper.

It is not at all improbable that in the near future there will be a sharply drawn line of demarkation between college and university, even though they are combined in a single organization

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