The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volumen15

F.W. Hurtt & Company, 1866

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Página 161 - Give us light amid our darkness ; Let us know the good from ill ; Hate us not for all our blindness ; Love us, lead us, show us kindness — You can make us what you will. We are willing ; we are ready ; We would learn, if you would teach ; We have hearts that yearn towards duty ; We have minds alive to beauty ; Souls that any heights can reach...
Página 104 - Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him (xxii.
Página 214 - ... not the most eloquent exhortations to the erring and disobedient, though they be in the tongues of men or of angels, can move mightily on your scholars...
Página 333 - If two triangles have two sides and the included angle of the one, equal to two sides and the included angle of the other, each to each, the two triangles will be equal.
Página 142 - See that ye despise not one of these little ones, for I say unto you that their Angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.
Página 38 - This influence upon the lower schools, upon scholars and teachers, upon those who reach, and those who do not reach the High School, will be worth more than all it costs, independent of the advantages received by its pupils. Sixth. While the expenses of public or common schools will necessarily be increased by the establishment of a school of this class, in addition to those already supported, the aggregate expenditures for education, including public and private schools, will be diminished.
Página 213 - You are ever to bear in mind that there lies behind that the acquisition of what may be called wisdom ; — namely, sound appreciation and just decision as to all the objects that come round you, and the habit of behaving with justice, candour, clear insight, and loyal adherence to fact.
Página 85 - Representatives to promote the education of teachers for common schools, in different sections of the State, would have accomplished more for the usefulness of the coming winter schools and the ultimate prosperity of the school system, than the expenditure of half the avails of the School Fund in the present way. One thousand at least of the eighteen hundred teachers, would have enjoyed an opportunity of critically revising the studies which they will be called upon to teach, with a full explanation...
Página 86 - To complete the system of professional training recommended, there should be established at least one State Normal School of a high character. No system of Institutes, however complete and thorough, can alone accomplish what is needed. The length of their sessions is, at best, too limited, and the course of training too partial to raise up such a class of model teachers as are needed to lift common school instruction out of the deep ruts of routine, and to impart to it vitality and power. We need...
Página 80 - ... opposition — that, as a class, the graduates and under-graduates of our State Normal School are more sought for as teachers, pass better examinations, are stricter disciplinarians, are more thorough and systematic in teaching, waste less time in educational experiments, are more ready to improve by suggestions, have more laudable pride in their profession, show larger results, and give to school committees, parents and guardians better satisfaction than teachers from other sources.

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