College Teaching Studies in Methods of Teaching in the College
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College Teaching Studies in Methods of Teaching in the College

By Paul Klapper
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Table of Contents
  • COLLEGE TEACHING
  • STUDIES IN
    • METHODS OF TEACHING IN
    • THE COLLEGE
      • Edited by
    • PAUL KLAPPER, Ph.D.
      • Introduction by
    • NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, LL.D.
      • Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York
      • WORLD BOOK COMPANY
      • 1920
    • WORLD BOOK COMPANY
      • THE HOUSE OF APPLIED KNOWLEDGE
      • Established, 1905, by Caspar W. Hodgson
      • Copyright, 1920, by World Book Company
      • Copyright in Great Britain
      • All rights reserved
  • PREFACE
    • TENTATIVE OUTLINE FOR THE TEACHING OF —— IN THE COLLEGE
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • PART ONE
    • I
    • HISTORY AND PRESENT TENDENCIES OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE
      • 1. THE COLONIAL PERIOD
      • 2. THE NATIONAL ERA
      • 3. THE MODERN ERA
      • Bibliography
    • II
    • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR COLLEGE TEACHING
      • Bibliography
    • III
    • GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF COLLEGE TEACHING
      • PRINCIPLES IN COLLEGE TEACHING
  • PART TWO
    • IV
    • The Teaching of Biology
      • Biology and Education
      • Chief Aims of Biology as a College Subject
      • General Aims of Biology in Education
      • Special Aims of Biology in Education
      • Organization of the Course in Biology
      • Place of Biology in the College Curriculum
      • Methods of Teaching as Conditioned by the Aims Outlined Above
      • Some Moot Problems[2]
      • Tests of Effectiveness of Teaching
      • The Literature of the Subject
      • Bibliography
    • V
      • THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY
    • VI
    • THE TEACHING OF PHYSICS
    • VII
    • THE TEACHING OF GEOLOGY
    • VIII
    • THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS
      • References
    • IX
    • PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN THE COLLEGE
      • SUGGESTED ORGANIZATION OF A DEPARTMENT OF HYGIENE
      • THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION
      • HEALTH INSTRUCTION
      • HEALTH-FORMING ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
      • SPECIAL EXERCISES FOR SPECIAL GROUPS
      • ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDENTS FOR PRESCRIBED WORK IN THE COLLEGE COURSES
      • Division of Physical Training
      • Division of Physiology
      • Division of Bacteriology
      • Division of Health Examination
      • Division of Recreational Instruction
      • Division of Athletics
    • PART THREE
    • X
    • THE TEACHING OF ECONOMICS
      • Bibliography
    • XI
    • THE TEACHING OF SOCIOLOGY
    • XII
    • THE TEACHING OF HISTORY
      • A. The Teaching of American History
      • B. Modern European History
      • SUGGESTED TOPICAL OUTLINE OF MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
      • Bibliography
    • XIII
    • THE TEACHING OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
      • LEADING COURSES FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES[41]
      • Bibliography
    • XIV
    • THE TEACHING OF PHILOSOPHY
      • Bibliography
    • XV
    • THE TEACHING OF ETHICS
    • XVI
    • THE TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY
      • Bibliography
    • XVII
    • THE TEACHING OF EDUCATION
      • A. Teaching the History of Education in College
      • Bibliography
      • B. Teaching Educational Theory in College and University Departments of Education
      • Bibliography
    • PART FOUR
    • XVIII
    • THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
    • XIX
    • THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH COMPOSITION[60]
    • XX
    • THE TEACHING OF THE CLASSICS
    • XXI
    • THE TEACHING OF THE ROMANCE LANGUAGES
    • XXII
    • THE TEACHING OF GERMAN
  • PART FIVE
    • XXIII
    • THE TEACHING OF MUSIC
    • XXIV
    • THE TEACHING OF ART
      • GROUP A: PRACTICE COURSES
      • GROUP B: HISTORY COURSES
      • Bibliography
  • PART SIX
    • XXV
    • THE TEACHING OF ENGINEERING SUBJECTS
      • I. SCOPE OF THIS CHAPTER
      • Contents of Engineering Curricula
      • II. DIFFERENTIATION IN ENGINEERING CURRICULA
      • III. AIM OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION
      • IV. METHODS OF TEACHING
      • Bibliography
    • XXVI
    • THE TEACHING OF MECHANICAL DRAWING
    • XXVII
    • THE TEACHING OF JOURNALISM
    • XXVIII
    • BUSINESS EDUCATION
      • TYPE I. TECHNICAL COURSE, DESIGNED TO PREPARE STUDENTS TO MEET THE STATE REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
      • TYPE II. TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR WORK IN A SPECIAL FIELD, FOREIGN TRADE
      • TYPE III. VERTICAL TYPE OF UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM, LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. S. IN ECONOMICS
      • Bibliography
  • INDEX
  • THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY AND TEACHING OF LANGUAGES
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