Joseph Lancaster and the monitorial school movement; a documentary history, edited, with an introduction and notes, by Carl F. Kaestle.

New York, Teachers College Press [1973] .

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Subjects Enseignement mutuel -- Histoire.
Lancaster, Joseph, 1778-1838.
Monitorial system of education -- History.
Monitorial system of education.
Series Classics in education ; no. 47.
Description xii, 189 pages illustrations 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Part 1. The Lancasterian system: Lancaster, J.A short account of the rise and progress of the Lancasterian system (1821) Lancaster, J. Improvements in education as it respects the industrious classes of the community (1805) Lancaster, J. The Lancasterian system of education (1821) The Psychology of monitorial instruction (1824) -Part 2. Controversy with the established church: Trimmer, S.A comparative view of the new plan of education promulgated by Mr. Joseph Lancaster (1805) Sydney Smith reviews Mrs. Trimmer's Comparative view (1806) Bowles, J. Letter addressed to Samuel Whitbread (1808) Henry Brougham on the education of the poor (1810) -Part 3. Organization and dissemination of the system: The Lancasterian system on the Isle of Man (1811) Organization of the British and Foreign School Society (1813) Lancaster breaks with the Society (1814) Monitorial school for girls (1814) William Allen to Robert Owen (1815) William Allen to the Russian Ambassador (1815) The Lancasterian enthusiasm in South America (1824) -Part 4. The Lancasterian system in America: Correspondence of Thomas Eddy and Patrick Colquhoun (1803-1808) Address of Governor DeWitt Clinton (1809) A member of the BFSS visits the United States (1817) Reminiscence of the Lancasterian School in Detroit (circa 1818) Griscom, J. Monitorial instruction (1825) -Part 4. Criticism and decline of the system: An Albany schoolmaster derides the system (1818) Lancaster rejected in New England (1832) Horace Mann on the monitorial methods (1846) A sarcastic epitaph for the movement (1851).
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)722891
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WorldCat Identities Kaestle, Carl F.,
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