The History of Education Educational Practice and Progress Considered as a Phase of the Development and Spread of Western Civilization
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The History of Education Educational Practice and Progress Considered as a Phase of the Development and Spread of Western Civilization

By Ellwood Patterson Cubberley
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Table of Contents
  • THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION
  • TO MY WIFE FOR THIRTY YEARS BEST OF COMPANIONS IN BOTH WORK AND PLAY
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION: THE SOURCES OF OUR CIVILIZATION
      • PART I THE ANCIENT WORLD FOUNDATION ELEMENTS OF OUR WESTERN CIVILIZATION GREECE—ROME—CHRISTIANITY
    • PART I THE ANCIENT WORLD FOUNDATION ELEMENTS OF OUR WESTERN CIVILIZATION GREECE—ROME—CHRISTIANITY
  • LIST OF PLATES
    • 1. THE CLOISTERS OF A MONASTERY, NEAR FLORENCE, ITALY 2. THE LIBRARY OF THE CHURCH OF SAINT WALLBERG, AT ZUTPHEN, HOLLAND 3. SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS 4. A LECTURE ON THEOLOGY BY ALBERTUS MAGNUS 5. STRATFORD-ON-AVON GRAMMAR SCHOOL 6. EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN PROTESTANT GERMANY 7. THE FREE SCHOOL AT HARROW 8. MAP SHOWING THE SPREAD OF JESUIT SCHOOLS IN NORTHERN TERRITORY BY THE YEAR 1725 9. TWO TABLETS ON THE WEST GATEWAY AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY 10. JOHN AMOS COMENIUS (1592-1670) 11. JOHANN HEINRICH PESTALOZZI 12. FELLENBERG'S INSTITUTE AT HOFWYL 13. TWO LEADERS IN THE REGENERATION OF PRUSSIA 14. FRANCOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME GUIZOT (1787-1874) 15. JOHN POUNDS' RAGGED SCHOOL AT PORTSMOUTH 16. AN ENGLISH VILLAGE VOLUNTARY SCHOOL 17. TWO LEADERS IN THE EDUCATIONAL AWAKENING IN THE UNITED STATES 18. TWO LEADERS IN THE REORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL THEORY
  • LIST OF FIGURES
  • GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • I. GENERAL HISTORIES OF EDUCATION
      • II. GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF EDUCATION
      • III. CYCLOPAEDIAS
      • IV. MAGAZINES
    • II. GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF EDUCATION
    • III. CYCLOPAEDIAS
    • IV. MAGAZINES
  • THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART I
  • CHAPTER I
    • I. GREECE AND ITS PEOPLE
      • II. EARLY EDUCATION IN GREECE
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • II. EARLY EDUCATION IN GREECE
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
  • CHAPTER II
    • III. THE NEW GREEK EDUCATION
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTAL REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTAL REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER III
    • I. THE ROMANS AND THEIR MISSION
      • II. THE PERIOD OF HOME EDUCATION
      • III. THE TRANSITION TO SCHOOL EDUCATION
      • IV. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AS FINALLY ESTABLISHED
      • V. ROME'S CONTRIBUTION TO CIVILIZATION
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE PERIOD OF HOME EDUCATION
    • III. THE TRANSITION TO SCHOOL EDUCATION
    • IV. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AS FINALLY ESTABLISHED
    • V. ROME'S CONTRIBUTION TO CIVILIZATION
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER IV
    • I. THE RISE AND VICTORY OF CHRISTIANITY
      • II. EDUCATIONAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION OF THE EARLY CHURCH
      • III. WHAT THE MIDDLE AGES STARTED WITH
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. EDUCATIONAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION OF THE EARLY CHURCH
    • III. WHAT THE MIDDLE AGES STARTED WITH
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • PART II
  • CHAPTER V
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER VI
    • I. CONDITION AND PRESERVATION OF LEARNING
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER VII
    • II. SCHOOLS ESTABLISHED AND INSTRUCTION PROVIDED
      • I. THE TRIVIUM
      • II. THE QUADRIVIUM
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • I. THE TRIVIUM
    • II. THE QUADRIVIUM
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • I. MOSLEM LEARNING FROM SPAIN
      • II. THE RISE OF SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY
      • III. LAW AND MEDICINE AS NEW STUDIES
      • IV. OTHER NEW INFLUENCES AND MOVEMENTS
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE RISE OF SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY
    • III. LAW AND MEDICINE AS NEW STUDIES
    • IV. OTHER NEW INFLUENCES AND MOVEMENTS
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER IX
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • PART III
  • CHAPTER X
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XI
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XII
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • I. AMONG LUTHERANS AND ANGLICANS
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • II. AMONG CALVINISTS AND CATHOLICS
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XV
    • III. THE REFORMATION AND AMERICAN EDUCATION
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • 1. HUMANISTIC REALISM
      • II. SOCIAL REALISM
      • III. SENSE REALISM
      • IV. REALISM AND THE SCHOOLS
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. SOCIAL REALISM
    • III. SENSE REALISM
    • IV. REALISM AND THE SCHOOLS
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • I. PRE-EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY EDUCATIONAL THEORIES
      • II. MID-EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY EDUCATIONAL CONDITIONS
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. MID-EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY EDUCATIONAL CONDITIONS
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • PART IV
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • I. WORK OF THE BENEVOLENT DESPOTS OF CONTINENTAL EUROPE
      • II. THE UNSATISFIED DEMAND FOR REFORM IN FRANCE
      • III. ENGLAND THE FIRST DEMOCRATIC NATION
      • IV. INSTITUTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN AMERICA
      • V. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION SWEEPS AWAY ANCIENT ABUSES
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE UNSATISFIED DEMAND FOR REFORM IN FRANCE
    • III. ENGLAND THE FIRST DEMOCRATIC NATION
    • IV. INSTITUTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN AMERICA
    • V. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION SWEEPS AWAY ANCIENT ABUSES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XX
    • I. NEW CONCEPTIONS OF THE EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE
      • II. THE NEW STATE THEORY IN FRANCE
      • III. THE NEW STATE THEORY IN AMERICA
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE NEW STATE THEORY IN FRANCE
    • III. THE NEW STATE THEORY IN AMERICA
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • I. THE NEW THEORY STATED
      • II. GERMAN ATTEMPTS TO WORK OUT A NEW THEORY
      • III. THE WORK AND INFLUENCE OF PESTALOZZI
      • IV. REDIRECTION OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SELECTED REFERENCES
    • II. GERMAN ATTEMPTS TO WORK OUT A NEW THEORY
    • III. THE WORK AND INFLUENCE OF PESTALOZZI
    • IV. REDIRECTION OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SELECTED REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXII
    • I. THE BEGINNINGS OF NATIONAL ORGANIZATION
      • II. A STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM AT LAST CREATED
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SELECTED REFERENCES
    • II. A STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM AT LAST CREATED
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SELECTED REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXIII
    • I. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN FRANCE
      • II. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN ITALY
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN ITALY
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXIV
    • I. THE CHARITABLE VOLUNTARY BEGINNINGS
      • II. THE PERIOD OF PHILANTHROPIC EFFORT (1800-33)
      • III. THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL EDUCATION
      • IV. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NATIONAL SYSTEM
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE PERIOD OF PHILANTHROPIC EFFORT (1800-33)
    • III. THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL EDUCATION
    • IV. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NATIONAL SYSTEM
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXV
    • I. EARLY NATIONAL ATTITUDES AND INTERESTS
      • II. AWAKENING AN EDUCATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
      • III. SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC INFLUENCES
      • IV. ALIGNMENT OF INTERESTS, AND PROPAGANDA
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. AWAKENING AN EDUCATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
    • III. SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC INFLUENCES
    • IV. ALIGNMENT OF INTERESTS, AND PROPAGANDA
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXVI
    • I. THE BATTLE FOR TAX SUPPORT
      • II. THE BATTLE TO ELIMINATE THE PAUPER-SCHOOL IDEA
      • III. THE BATTLE TO MAKE THE SCHOOLS ENTIRELY FREE
      • IV. THE BATTLE TO ESTABLISH SCHOOL SUPERVISION
      • V. THE BATTLE TO ELIMINATE SECTARIANISM
      • VII. THE STATE UNIVERSITY CROWNS THE SYSTEM
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. THE BATTLE TO ELIMINATE THE PAUPER-SCHOOL IDEA
    • III. THE BATTLE TO MAKE THE SCHOOLS ENTIRELY FREE
    • IV. THE BATTLE TO ESTABLISH SCHOOL SUPERVISION
    • V. THE BATTLE TO ELIMINATE SECTARIANISM
    • VII. THE STATE UNIVERSITY CROWNS THE SYSTEM
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXVII
    • I. SPREAD OF THE STATE-CONTROL IDEA
      • II. NEW MODIFYING FORCES
      • III. EFFECT OF THESE CHANGES ON EDUCATION
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. NEW MODIFYING FORCES
    • III. EFFECT OF THESE CHANGES ON EDUCATION
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • I. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION
      • II. NEW IDEAS FROM HERBARTIAN SOURCES
      • III. THE KINDERGARTEN, PLAY, AND MANUAL ACTIVITIES
      • IV. THE ADDITION OF SCIENCE STUDY
      • V. SOCIAL MEANING OF THESE CHANGES
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. NEW IDEAS FROM HERBARTIAN SOURCES
    • III. THE KINDERGARTEN, PLAY, AND MANUAL ACTIVITIES
    • IV. THE ADDITION OF SCIENCE STUDY
    • V. SOCIAL MEANING OF THESE CHANGES
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER XXIX
    • I. POLITICAL
      • II. SCIENTIFIC
      • III. VOCATIONAL
      • IV. SOCIOLOGICAL
      • V. THE SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION
      • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
      • SELECTED READINGS
      • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
      • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
    • II. SCIENTIFIC
    • III. VOCATIONAL
    • IV. SOCIOLOGICAL
    • V. THE SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION
    • QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
    • SELECTED READINGS
    • QUESTIONS ON THE READINGS
    • SUPPLEMENTARY REFERENCES
  • CONCLUSION; THE FUTURE
  • FOOTNOTES
    • PREFACE
      • PART I
      • CHAPTER II
      • CHAPTER III
      • CHAPTER IV
      • PART II
      • CHAPTER VI
      • CHAPTER VII
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • CHAPTER IX
      • PART III
      • CHAPTER XI
      • CHAPTER XII
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • CHAPTER XV
      • CHAPTER XVI
      • CHAPTER XVII
      • CHAPTER XVIII
      • PART IV
      • CHAPTER X
      • CHAPTER XXI
      • CHAPTER XXII
      • CHAPTER XXIII
      • CHAPTER XXIV
      • CHAPTER XXV
      • CHAPTER XXVI
      • CHAPTER XXVII
      • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • CHAPTER XXIX
    • PART I
    • CHAPTER II
    • CHAPTER III
    • CHAPTER IV
    • PART II
    • CHAPTER VI
    • CHAPTER VII
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHAPTER IX
    • PART III
    • CHAPTER XI
    • CHAPTER XII
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • CHAPTER XV
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • PART IV
    • CHAPTER X
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • CHAPTER XXIX
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