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ENTERED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1860,
BY HENRY BARNARD,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut.
The undersigned proposes to issue annually, so long as he continues to act as Agent of the Regents of Normal Schools of Wisconsin, a Document, embodying a summary of the Proceedings of the Teachers' Institutes which may be held under his appointment for the year, together with a number of Papers, which he may deem worthy of study and preservation by the Teachers of Wisconsin. The number of Papers in each annual issue, and the subject and extent of each Paper, and the general style of publication, will depend on his discretion. The document will be furnished to members of one or more of the Institutes, who shall subscribe and pay for the same in advance, on the terms made known at each Institute and in all cases the price charged to members who pay in advance will be less than the actual cost of publication. These Papers will be issued annually for sale, as valuable contributions to the Educational, and particularly to the Pedagogical Literature, of the country. They will for the most part have been originally prepared for, and published in, the American Journal of Education.
Agent of the Regents of Normal Schools. MADISON, WISCONSIN,
or Wisconsin Trarhers.
Pagr. I. REPORT OF THE AGENT OF THE BOARD OF NORMAL REGENTS OF WISCONSIN, for 1859,......
5 II. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTES, held under the direction of the Normal Regents, in 1859,..
APPENDIX. PAPERS FOR THE TEACHER.
I. INTELLECTUAL EDUCATION; or, the Cultivation of the Perceptive, Reflective, and
Expressive Faculties. By William Russell, A. M., late Principal of the Merri-
9 2. The Reflective Faculties,.
57 3. The Expressive Faculties, .
101 II. TRUE ORDER OF STUDIES. Rev. Thomas Hill, D. D., President of Antioch College, Ohio,....
152 1. General View of the Studies in a Course of Liberal Education,
5 2. Geometry, Arithmetic, Algebra,..
19 3. Physics; or, the Study of the Material World in its Natural State,.
4. History, Trade, Art, Law,.... DI. LETTERS TO A YOUNG TEACHER. By Gideon F. Thayer, Principal of the Chauncey-Hall School, Boston, from 1828 to 1856,..
15 4. Habits,
25 5. Punctuality,...
33 277 6. Moral Instruction,.
4 7. Spelling........
51 8. Reading,...
59 9. Penmanship,
0 10. graphy,
81 11. Rewards and Prizes,..
91 IV. CATECHISM ON METHODS or TEACHING. From the German of Diesterweg, Hon
camp, Hintz, Abbeorode,.
12 6. Natural Philosophy,..
14 7. Astronomy,....
15 8. Geography,
17 9. History,..
24 V. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLs. By Rt. Rev. George Burgess, D.D., Gardiner, Maine,....
1-8 VI. UNCONSCIOU8 Tuition. By Rev. F. D. Huotington, D. D., Preacber and Plummer
Professor of Christian Morality,......
Self-examination, or for Inquiry in Visiting Schools,...
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