On the Firing Line in Education
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On the Firing Line in Education

By Adoniram Judson Ladd
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  • ON THE FIRING LINE IN EDUCATION
  • BY
  • A. J. LADD
    • Professor of Education, State University of North Dakota
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • HAVE THE SCHOOLS BEEN DISCREDITED BY THE REVELATIONS OF THE WAR?
      • From School and Society, April 5, 1919
    • From School and Society, April 5, 1919
  • I
  • ON THE FIRING LINE IN EDUCATION
    • President's Address delivered at the Annual Banquet of the Fortnightly Club, Grand Forks, North Dakota, June 4, 1917
      • Social Betterment, the Dominant Motive in Education
      • Child Study
      • Physical Education
      • The Educational Survey
      • Vocational Guidance
      • The Educational Psychologist
    • Social Betterment, the Dominant Motive in Education
    • Child Study
    • Physical Education
    • The Educational Survey
    • Vocational Guidance
    • The Educational Psychologist
  • II
    • THE RELATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY TO THE HIGH SCHOOLS OF THE STATE
      • An Address delivered before the Annual Conference of the North Dakota Superintendents and Principals at the University of North Dakota, May 18, 1916
      • The Elementary School
      • The High School
      • The State University
    • An Address delivered before the Annual Conference of the North Dakota Superintendents and Principals at the University of North Dakota, May 18, 1916
    • The Elementary School
    • The High School
    • The State University
  • III
    • THE UNIVERSITY AND THE TEACHER
      • An Address delivered at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, March 30, 1916, in the Exchange Lectureship existing between the University of Manitoba and the University of North Dakota. It was printed in the "American Schoolmaster," December, 1916
      • The Kind of Teachers the University Should Employ
      • The University Teacher in His Classroom
      • The University's Attitude Toward the Preparation of Teachers for the Schools of the State
    • An Address delivered at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, March 30, 1916, in the Exchange Lectureship existing between the University of Manitoba and the University of North Dakota. It was printed in the "American Schoolmaster," December, 1916
    • The Kind of Teachers the University Should Employ
    • The University Teacher in His Classroom
    • The University's Attitude Toward the Preparation of Teachers for the Schools of the State
  • IV
    • THE EYE PROBLEM IN THE SCHOOLS
      • A Paper read before the 1914 meeting of the North Dakota State Association of Opticians. It was printed in the May, 1914, issue of "The Optical Journal and Review," also in the same issue of "The Keystone"
    • A Paper read before the 1914 meeting of the North Dakota State Association of Opticians. It was printed in the May, 1914, issue of "The Optical Journal and Review," also in the same issue of "The Keystone"
  • V
    • THE HOME, THE CHURCH, AND THE SCHOOL
      • An Extension Lecture delivered in many places in North Dakota and Minnesota
      • The Home
      • The Woman's Question
      • The Church
      • The School
    • An Extension Lecture delivered in many places in North Dakota and Minnesota
    • The Home
    • The Woman's Question
    • The Church
    • The School
  • VI
    • NOBLESSE OBLIGE
      • A Convocation Address delivered at the University of North Dakota, January 29, 1916
    • A Convocation Address delivered at the University of North Dakota, January 29, 1916
  • VII
    • IMPROVEMENTS IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
      • A Paper read before the Commercial Club of Grand Forks, North Dakota, January 24, 1911, and printed in the Grand Forks "Daily Herald," January 29, 1911
    • A Paper read before the Commercial Club of Grand Forks, North Dakota, January 24, 1911, and printed in the Grand Forks "Daily Herald," January 29, 1911
  • VIII
    • LOCAL WINTER SPORTS
      • A Paper read before the Franklin Club of Grand Forks, North Dakota, December 1, 1910, and printed in the Grand Forks "Daily Herald," December 4, 1910
    • A Paper read before the Franklin Club of Grand Forks, North Dakota, December 1, 1910, and printed in the Grand Forks "Daily Herald," December 4, 1910
  • IX
    • THE FUNCTION OF TEACHERS COLLEGE
      • An Address delivered before the North Dakota State Teachers Association on December 27, 1906. It later appeared in the January and February, 1910, issues of "Education"
      • Replies From State Superintendents
      • Replies From Normal School Principals
      • Replies From City Superintendents
    • An Address delivered before the North Dakota State Teachers Association on December 27, 1906. It later appeared in the January and February, 1910, issues of "Education"
    • Replies From State Superintendents
    • Replies From Normal School Principals
    • Replies From City Superintendents
  • X
    • CREDIT FOR QUALITY IN SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION
      • From the "Educational Review," March, 1909, and the "Western Journal of Education" (now the "American Schoolmaster"), May, 1909
    • From the "Educational Review," March, 1909, and the "Western Journal of Education" (now the "American Schoolmaster"), May, 1909
    • FOOTNOTE
  • INDEX
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