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English Pedagogu.

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EDUCATION,

THE SCHOOL, AND THE TEACHER,

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ENGLISH LITERATURE.

REPUBLISHED FROM

Barnard's American Journal of Education.

SEOOND EDITION.

HARTFORD:
BROWN & GROSS.

GLADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MONROE C. GUTMAN LIBRARY

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ENTERED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862,

BY HENRY BARNARD,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut.

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PREFACE.

In the following chapters, prepared originally as articles for The American Journal of Education," the editor does not profess to give a connected or exhaustive view of English Pedagogy, but simply to contribute material for such a development of the subject, and at the same time to bring together a large amount of suggestive thoughts on the principles and methods of education from the successive publications of eminent teachers and writers of England, from Roger Ascham to Herbert Spencer.

. To give variety and interest to the articles, we have introduced the portraitures of the school and the teacher, which some of the most admired writers in the English Language have drawn in prose and verse, as reflecting the popular estimate in which education and its disciples have been and are still held, and as helping to perpetuate that estimate, both in England and in this country.

In a subsequent volume, we hope to make another contribution to the material for a History of Education in England, drawn from authors omitted in this collection.

HENRY BARNARD,

Editor of the American Journal of Education. HARTFORD, Connecticut.

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CONTENTS.

PART 1.

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INTRODUCTION, .........

........ 9 to 20

What is EDUCATION ? Defined by Eminent English Authorities,...... ........... 11

PART II.

TREATISES AND THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION, ..........

........ 20 to 400

ROGER ASCHAM, 1515 to 1568,........

..................... 21 to 76

MEMOIR,......

TOXOPHILUS : or the Art of Schootinge................

............

THE SCHOOLMASTER,..

ANNOTATIONS, .........

Lord Burleigh ; Advice to his Son,..........

LORD Bacon, 1561 to 1626,....

77 to 122

MEMOIR,....................................................................... 77

INFLUENCE OF HIS METHOD or PhilosopUY ON EDUCATION AND Schools,....... 79

ESSAY ON CUSTOX AND EDUCATION,...

ANNOTATIONS. By Archbishop Whately,.......................................

Essay ON STUDIES,......

ANNOTATIONS. By Archbishop Whately,................................... .... 105

SIR HENRY Wotton, 1568 to 1639,........... ........ 123 to 144

MEMOIR,.............

............ 123

APOTHEGMS ON EDUCATION, .......

.............. 130

JOHN Milton, 1608 to 1674, ........... ............ 145 to 190

MEMOIR,..........................................................

.................. 145

HOME, School and College Education. By D. Masson,..........................

.... 160

TRACTATE ON EDUCATION, .....

.... 178

ANNOTATIONS,..................

Early Promoters of Practical Science in England, ............................. 188

Charles Hoole-Object Teaching,...............

Abraham Cowley-Plan of Philosophical College, ..............................

SAMUEL HARTLIB, 1610 to 1664,

191 to 198

MEMOIR,......

................................ 188

Plan OF AN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, J651,.....

...... 191

SIR WILLIAM PETTY, 1623 to 1666,..

199 to 208

MEMOIR,..................................

....................... 189

PLAN OF AN INDUSTRIAL OR TRADE School, ................................... 199

JOHN LOCKE, 1632 to 1704, .......

......... 209 to 342

MEMOIR, .........

.............. 209

SURVEY OF PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEM, ....

... 215

Thoughts on EpUCATION–Entire,.................

.............................................. 22.5

HERBERT SPENCER, 1805,...

343 to 400

TROUGHTS ON EDUCATION-Selected,..................

............ 345

* Volume V. of Barnard's AMERICAN LIBRARY OF EDUCATION.

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