Our Schools in War Time and After

Not an activity is proposed nor a principle of educational practice given in the chapters which follow but should be brought into our schools in times of peace. We are going to sew now for the Red Cross because it is war time.

Author: Arthur D. Dean

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4064066217556

Category: Education

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Wartime Schools

The vocational outlook in wartime and after . Industrial Arts and Vocational Education , 32 , 148-151 . Danger : The illogical pronouncement of the National Education Association on the question of military training in the public ...

Author: Gerard Giordano

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 0820463558

Category: Education

Page: 314

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The politically conservative educators of World War II dramatically and rapidly altered policies, programs, schedules, learning materials, classroom activities, and the content of academic courses. They motivated students to salvage materials, sell war stamps, grow crops, learn about wartime issues, and take pride in patriotism. They prepared millions of people for the armed services and the defense industries. These accomplishments were possible because the educators were supported by an unprecedented alliance that included teachers, school administrators, industrialists, military personnel, government leaders, and the President himself. After the war, conservative educators continued to portray themselves as home-front warriors waging a life-threatening battle against enduring global dangers. A terrified public accepted this depiction and continued to back them for decades.

Our Schools in the Post war World

In The Nation's Schools After a Year of War ( National Education Association , Washington , D. C. , 1943 . 25 cents ) you will find a discussion of current trends , wartime changes , and adjustments , and an indication of current ...

Author: United States. Office of Education

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ISBN: MINN:31951D03461962C

Category: Education

Page: 40

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States of Childhood

Lewis Todd , Wartime Relations of the Federal Government and the Public Schools , 1917-1918 ( New York : Teachers College Press ... 2 ( February 1919 ) : 81–89 ; Arthur Dean , Our Schools in War Time — and After ( Boston : Ginn , 1918 ) ...

Author: Jennifer S. Light

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262539012

Category: History

Page: 480

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A number of curious communities sprang up across the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century: simulated cities, states, and nations in which children played the roles of legislators, police officers, bankers, journalists, shopkeepers, and other adults. They performed real work—passing laws, growing food, and constructing buildings, among other tasks—inside virtual worlds. In this book, Jennifer Light examines the phenomena of “junior republics” and argues that they marked the transition to a new kind of “sheltered” childhood for American youth. Banished from the labor force and public life, children inhabited worlds that mirrored the one they had left. Light describes the invention of junior republics as independent institutions and how they were later established at schools, on playgrounds, in housing projects, and on city streets, as public officials discovered children's role playing helped their bottom line. The junior republic movement aligned with cutting-edge developmental psychology and educational philosophy, and complemented the era's fascination with models and miniatures, shaping educational and recreational programs across the nation. Light's account of how earlier generations distinguished "real life" from role playing reveals a hidden history of child labor in America and offers insights into the deep roots of such contemporary concepts as gamification, play labor, and virtuality.

Bulletin

223. Dean , Arthur D. Our schools in war time - and after . Boston , New York ( etc. ) Ginn and company ( 1918 ] 335 p . illus . 12o . CONTENTS .-- ) . Bringing the war into the schools . - 11 . War and community uses of our schools .

Author: United States. Office of Education

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ISBN: UCD:31175030666195

Category: Education

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Monthly Record of Current Educational Publications

Dean , Arthur D. Our schools in war time and after . Boston , New York [ etc. ] Ginn and company ( 1918 ] 335 p . illus . 12o . CONTENTS . - I . Bringing the war into the schools . - 11 . War and community uses of our schools .-III .

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ISBN: OSU:32435069272409

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School Life

Ross , W. D. Education in war - time and after . Teaching , 4 : 12-13 , April , 1918 . Russell , James Earl . Possible modifications in our educational work likely to come as a result of the great war . In National eduration assxiation ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105003562084

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Wartime Health and Education 78 2

This is the objective of the extended school program both in the vacation time and after school hours during the regular school year . A steadily increasing number of communities are finding out how valuable such a program can be as a ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Education and Labor

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105045236721

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