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The Amy Schussler Apartment (Continued)

by Speyer School - 1915

The Amy Schussler Apartment (described in the January RECORD) is the outgrowth of a definite course of study in the seventh and eighth grades of the Speyer School. Following is a tentative outline of that course of study, the result of the co-operation of the departments of household arts education, fine arts education, and elementary education. The committee which represented these departments began by asking, “What should a. Speyer School girl know about the art of home-making?” This was the problem which guided the work of the committee in the study of the needs of the children, and in making the course of study to satisfy these needs. To make the course of study as outlined for the eighth grade more vital, an apartment has been chosen, furnished and operated in part by the children of the eighth grade for three resident Teachers College students under the supervision of the departments concerned as described in the January RECORD.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 16 Number 2, 1915, p. 53-72
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11731, Date Accessed: 9/26/2020 3:27:09 PM

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