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A FEW REPRESENTATIVE PROFESSIONAL BOOKS FOR
TEACHERS FROM MACMILLAN'S FALL LIST
Bagley and Keith: AN INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING A broad preliminary survey of education designed for the prospective teacher or the beginning teacher in service.
Freeland: THE IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHING A book addressed to teachers who recognize the fact that only through deliberate and conscientious self-improvement can they hope to advance in their profession.
Hall- Quest: SUPERVISED STUDY IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Harap: THE EDUCATION OF THE CONSUMER A mine of information in answer to the question “What economic information must the average citizen possess to be an intelligent consumer of goods?''
Spain: THE PLATOON SCHOOL The first comprehensive discussion of the platoon school, with particular reference to its evolution in large city schools.
Waples: PROCEDURES IN HIGH SCHOOL TEACHING A study of the problems arising in high school teaching together with the development and application of the principles involved.
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16,000 pupils Books One and Two adopted for exclusive basal use in all Parochial Schools. Send for illustrated descriptive literature and booklet, “The Elements of Geography and the Geographic Unit."
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UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH
JOHN GABBERT BOWMAN, LL.D., Chancellor
A Few Facts
The University of Pittsburgh was founded in 1787 and is supported in part by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
It has in 1924 a faculty of 603 and a student body, excluding extramural centers, of 8,512.
It comprises the following thoroughly organized schools: The College, Schools of Engineering, Mines, Business Administration, Education, Medicine, Law,
Pharmacy, Dentistry, Graduate School, Allegheny Observatory, Mellon Instituto of Industrial Research,
The School of Education
of the University of Pitts-
service are many and varied: THE FACULTY of the School of
Education, consisting of thirty-five specialists in every branch of education, has been strengthened. ΤΗ 'HE BASIC DEPARTMENTS of
Educational Administration, Elementary Education, History and Principles, Secondary Education and Psychology, offer a curriculum of more than one hundred standard professional courses. TE 'EACHERS in elementary schools,
junior and senior high schools, trade and continuation schools, supervisors of special branches, principals, city and county superintendents can find work adapted to their specific needs, to meet state certificate requirements, secure bachelor's or graduate degrees, or solve their local problems.
HE SUMMER SESSION, attended
last summer by nearly two thousand students, offers an ever-widening opportunity for teachers who wish to capitalize their summer vacations.
HE DIVISION OF EXTRAMU
RAL INSTRUCTION is literally an attempt to push the walls of the University to the farthest limits of the Pittsburgh district, with its four million population. It brings its facilities to the side of educators in their own communities for single lectures, extension courses, school surveys, teachers' institutes, or consultation on administrative, financial, and building problems.
ligious Education, Vocational Education, Physical Education, and Americanization serve the interests of large groups in the twenty-six counties of Western Pennsylvania. The environment of a great industrial metropolis offers a laboratory for practical teaching experience.
For Full Information
DEAN GEORGE H. REAVIS UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH, PENNA.
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