School Science and Mathematics, Volume 7

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Smith & Turton, 1907 - Education

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Mathematical Note S L MACDONALD
Physical Geography Field Work in JENNIE T MARTIN 304
Mathematics Section at the St Louis Meeting of the Central Associa
Bureau of Geography of the Chicago Public Schools Thé JANE PERRY
Caesium The Metal 236
ELLIS GRACE F Central High School Grand Rapids Mich
Calendar Reforms and Metric Reforms RUFUS P WILLIAMS 457
Group Theory An Application of T M BLAKSLEE
Mechanics for the High School More Interesting and Practical J M
Central Iowa Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers
Modeling Wax in Physiology and Zoology ERNEST C WITHIAM 565
Chemist The Training of the Industrial W D RICHARDSON 108
Secondary School Geography What Shall it be? R H WHITBECK
Movement Among Physics Teachers The New CIRCULAR
High School Course in Hygiene Suggestions from Bacteriology
Chemistry Teachers New England Association of 151
Physics A List in
Spectra A Lecture Table Experiment in C M WESTCOTT 113
Physics Club in a Normal School The L A ROBINSON 461
Trouble in Solid Geometry G W GREENWOOD 102
Progress in the South Educational CHARLES A SHULL
Communication A NELSON L RORAY 605
Prony Brake Modern 245
E Heidelberg University Tiffin Ohio
United States Geographic Board 326
Rectifier for a Dollar An Efficient CYRIL O SMITH 605
Science Teaching Standards in FRANKLIN T JONES 122
New Jersey Science Teachers Association Report of the Meeting

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Page 286 - School full credit is given by all the other normal schools of the State and in addition by the Teacher's College of Columbia University and the School of Education of the University of Illinois. When institutions of this high character accept class-extension work, it will evidently be perfectly safe for other institutions to do likewise. EXTENSION SCHOLARSHIPS. Scholarships and prizes for extension students have usually taken the form of tuition or payment of some part of the...
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Page 421 - How far up the incline will it move before coming to rest ? 5. How may the weight of a stick be found by using a single weight, an edge upon which to balance the stick, and a meter rule ? Explain your method. Give a diagram. 6. Approximately how deep must a bottle, neck downwards, be sunk in water in order to reduce contained air to half its initial volume ? What law of gases applies to the case ? C — Answer two questions in this group.
Page 328 - ... it is better to present a few topics in such a manner that they are powerful examples of the method by which science obtains its results, than to try to teach a large number of more or less scattered facts and theories in such a way that they can only be committed to memory.
Page 106 - Two triangles are equal if two sides and the included angle of one are equal respectively to two sides and the included angle of the other...
Page 242 - Bibliography of science teaching, compiled by a committee of the American federation of teachers of the mathematical and the natural sciences.

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