Intro. to the Scientific Study of Education by Judd 1918
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF EDUCATION. Charles Hubbard Judd, Ginn and Co., Boston, 1918.
School management & organization.
Vintage from the 1910s
This book is the result of eight years of experimentation. In 1909 the Department of Education of The University of Chicago abandoned the practice of requiring courses in the History of Education and Psychology as introductory courses for students preparing to become teachers. For these courses it substituted one in Introduction to Education and one in Methods of Teaching. The teacher who uses this book can expand the course to double the length here outlined by introducing schoolroom observation and supplementary reading. The questions and references offered at the end of each chapter and the references in the footnotes are intended to facilitate such further work. A set of questions is given in the Appendix as a guide to classroom observation.
Brown hardcover with black title. Light surface working to cover and outer page edge, mild soil and tiny paint mark at top edge. Secure binding with clean pages. About 8 x 5 with 333 pages.
23 Chapters, 19 b&w illustrations with list, 6 tables with list, appendix, index.