Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education
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Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education

By Ontario. Ministry of Education
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  • ONTARIO NORMAL SCHOOL MANUALS
  • SCIENCE OF EDUCATION
    • AUTHORIZED BY THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION
      • TORONTO THE RYERSON PRESS
  • THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION
    • PART I. PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER I
    • NATURE AND PURPOSE OF EDUCATION
      • CONDITIONS OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
      • WORTH IN HUMAN LIFE
      • FACTORS IN SOCIAL EFFICIENCY
      • FORMAL EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER II
    • FORMS OF REACTION
      • INSTINCTIVE REACTION
      • HABITUAL REACTION
      • CONSCIOUS REACTION
      • EXPERIENCE
      • INFLUENCE OF CONSCIOUS REACTION
    • CHAPTER III
    • THE PROCESS OF EDUCATION
      • CONSCIOUS ADJUSTMENT
      • EDUCATION AS ADJUSTMENT
      • EDUCATION AS CONTROL OF ADJUSTMENT
      • REQUIREMENTS OF THE INSTRUCTOR
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM
      • PURPOSES OF CURRICULUM
      • DANGERS IN USE OF CURRICULUM
    • CHAPTER V
    • EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
      • THE SCHOOL
      • OTHER EDUCATIVE AGENTS
    • CHAPTER VI
    • THE PURPOSE OF THE SCHOOL
      • CIVIC VIEWS
      • INDIVIDUALISTIC VIEWS
      • THE SOCIAL, OR ECLECTIC, VIEW
    • CHAPTER VII
    • DIVISIONS OF EDUCATIONAL STUDY
      • CONTROL OF EXPERIENCE
      • THE INSTRUCTOR'S PROBLEMS
      • SUMMARY
    • PART II.—METHODOLOGY
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • GENERAL METHOD
      • METHOD IMPLIES KNOWLEDGE OF MIND
    • CHAPTER IX
    • THE LESSON PROBLEM
      • NEED OF PROBLEM
      • PUPIL'S MOTIVE
      • AWAKENING INTEREST IN PROBLEMS
      • KNOWLEDGE OF PROBLEM
      • HOW TO SET LESSON PROBLEM
      • EXAMPLES OF MOTIVATION
    • CHAPTER X
    • LEARNING AS A SELECTING ACTIVITY
      • OR
    • PROCESS OF ANALYSIS
      • THE SELECTING PROCESS
      • LAW OF PREPARATION
      • VALUE OF PREPARATION
      • PRECAUTIONS REGARDING PREPARATION
      • NECESSITY OF PREPARATION
      • EXAMPLES OF PREPARATION
      • PREPARATION MERELY AIDS SELECTION
    • CHAPTER XI
    • LEARNING AS A RELATING ACTIVITY
      • OR
    • PROCESS OF SYNTHESIS
      • NATURE OF SYNTHESIS
      • INTERACTION OF PROCESSES
      • ALL KNOWLEDGE UNIFIED
    • CHAPTER XII
    • APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE
      • OR
    • LAW OF EXPRESSION
      • TYPES OF ACTION
      • NATURE OF EXPRESSION
      • TYPES OF EXPRESSION
      • VALUE OF EXPRESSION
      • DANGERS OF OMITTING EXPRESSION
      • RELATION OF EXPRESSION TO IMPRESSION
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • FORMS OF LESSON PRESENTATION
      • THE LECTURE METHOD
      • THE TEXT-BOOK METHOD
      • USES OF TEXT-BOOK
      • ABUSE OF TEXT-BOOK
      • THE DEVELOPING METHOD
      • THE OBJECTIVE METHOD
      • THE ILLUSTRATIVE METHOD
      • PRECAUTIONS IN USE OF MATERIALS
      • MODES OF PRESENTATION COMPARED
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • CLASSIFICATION OF KNOWLEDGE
      • ACQUISITION OF PARTICULAR KNOWLEDGE
      • GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • ACQUISITION OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • APPLIED KNOWLEDGE GENERAL
      • PROCESSES OF ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE SIMILAR
    • CHAPTER XV
    • MODES OF LEARNING
      • DEVELOPMENT OF PARTICULAR KNOWLEDGE
      • A. LEARNING THROUGH THE SENSES
      • SENSE PERCEPTION IN EDUCATION
      • B. LEARNING THROUGH IMAGINATION
      • C. LEARNING BY INFERENCE, OR DEDUCTION
      • FURTHER EXAMPLES FOR STUDY
      • THE DEVELOPMENT OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
      • THE FORMAL STEPS
      • CONCEPTION AS A LEARNING PROCESS
      • INDUCTION AS A LEARNING PROCESS
      • TWO PROCESSES SIMILAR
      • FURTHER EXAMPLES OF INDUCTIVE LESSONS
      • INDUCTIVE-DEDUCTIVE LESSONS
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • THE LESSON UNIT
      • WHOLE TO PARTS
      • PARTS TO WHOLE
      • PRECAUTIONS
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • LESSON TYPES
      • THE STUDY LESSON
      • THE RECITATION LESSON
      • CONDUCTING THE RECITATION LESSON
      • THE DRILL LESSON
      • THE REVIEW LESSON
      • THE TOPICAL REVIEW
      • THE COMPARATIVE REVIEW
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • QUESTIONING
      • QUALIFICATIONS OF THE GOOD QUESTIONER
      • PURPOSES OF QUESTIONING
      • SOCRATIC QUESTIONING
      • THE QUESTION
      • THE ANSWER
      • LIMITATIONS
    • PART III. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • CONSCIOUSNESS
      • VALUE OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
      • LIMITATIONS OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
      • METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY
      • PHASES OF CONSCIOUSNESS
    • CHAPTER XX
    • MIND AND BODY
      • THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
      • THE CORTEX
      • CHARACTERISTICS OF NERVOUS MATTER
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • INSTINCT
      • HUMAN INSTINCTS
      • CURIOSITY
      • IMITATION
      • PLAY
      • PLAY IN EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • HABIT
      • FORMATION OF HABITS
      • VALUE OF HABITS
      • IMPROVEMENT OF HABITUAL REACTIONS
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • ATTENTION
      • ATTENTION SELECTIVE
      • INVOLUNTARY ATTENTION
      • NON-VOLUNTARY ATTENTION
      • VOLUNTARY ATTENTION
      • ATTENTION IN EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • THE FEELING OF INTEREST
      • CLASSES OF FEELINGS
      • INTEREST IN EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • SENSE PERCEPTION
      • FACTORS INVOLVED IN SENSATION
      • CLASSIFICATION OF SENSATIONS
      • EDUCATION OF THE SENSES
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • MEMORY AND APPERCEPTION
      • FACTORS OF MEMORY
      • CONDITIONS OF MEMORY
      • TYPES OF RECALL
      • LOCALIZATION IN TIME
      • CLASSIFICATION OF MEMORIES
      • MEMORY IN EDUCATION
      • APPERCEPTION
      • CONDITIONS OF APPERCEPTION
      • FACTORS IN APPERCEPTION
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • IMAGINATION
      • TYPES OF IMAGINATION
      • USES OF IMAGINATION
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • THINKING
      • CONCEPTION
      • FACTORS INVOLVED IN CONCEPT
      • AIMS OF CONCEPTUAL LESSONS
      • THE DEFINITION
      • JUDGMENT
      • REASONING
      • DEDUCTION
      • INDUCTION
    • CHAPTER XXIX
    • FEELING
      • CONDITIONS OF FEELING TONE
      • SENSUOUS FEELINGS
      • EMOTION
      • CONDITIONS OF EMOTION
      • OTHER TYPES OF FEELING
    • CHAPTER XXX
    • THE WILL
      • VOLUNTARY CONTROL OF ACTION
      • VOLITION
      • ABNORMAL TYPES OF WILL
    • CHAPTER XXXI
    • CHILD STUDY
      • METHODS OF CHILD STUDY
      • PERIODS OF DEVELOPMENT
      • INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    • APPENDIX
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