Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 48
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48 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
235.-History of Education in the United States.
A general view of the development of education in the United
States. Text: Dexter, A History of Education in the United States.
243.-Fundamentals in Primary Education.
The course will be given largely to problems of reading, story
telling, games and constructive activities.
315.-Practice Teaching in Primary Grades.
This course, aims to give the teachers specializing in primary education
an opportunity to apply the principles discussed in their education
courses, and to enable them to become familiar with the problems
of the classroom.
323.-How to Study.
The purpose of this course is to cause the prospective teachers to
give reflective attention to methods of procedure in study and learning
to the end that their own methods may be improved, and that
their future pupils may be guided aright in forming correct habits of
study. Text: McMurray's How to Study and Teaching How to Study.
342, 343, or 345.-Current Educational Literature.
This course enables the student to become familiar with the leading
educational periodicals. The leading articles will be reported in class
and become subjects for class discussion. Two, three, or five hour
credit is given according to the amount of work done.
355.-Educational Measurement. Same as Psychology 315. (See
Department of Philosophy.)
365.-School, Administration and Supervision.
A course dealing with the problems peculiar to the administration
and supervision of our public schools. Text: Dubton and Shedden,
The Administration of Pubic Education in the United States.
372.-Religious Education. Older and changing views will be considered
in their inception and development. Ideals of education will
be considered. Social bearing of efficient education is brought out.
Much reading in contemporary thought concerning present needs and
how to meet them.
This school is the laboratory of the Education Department. The
leading purpose is to afford an opportunity for observation and practice
teaching in the schoolroom. It is here that theory and practice
meet, and consequently the work of the practice school should test the
ability of the student teacher to do successful work in the public
schools of Texas. As far as possible the aim is to make the school
fulfill a double function in being both a model and a training school.
An attempt is made to keep abreast of the time in all that pertains to
the interest of the children who constitute the school. Special attention
is given to planning and execution, the keeping of records,
and the general management of the different grades. All work is done
under the general direction of the superintendent, who is the executive
of the department and under the immediate direction of the critic
teachers, who supervise and direct the work of the student teachers.
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Abilene Christian College. Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921, book, June 1920; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45935/m1/50/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.