College News and Departmental Notes: Horace Mann School


by Departmental notes - 1920

Professor Henry C. Pearson, principal of the Horace Mann School, addressed the faculty of the Friends' School of Philadelphia on September 19, taking as his subject "Silent Reading." During the month of November, Professor Pearson visited the schools of Dayton, St. Louis, Chicago, and Kalamazoo. At Dayton he was the guest of the Dayton Teachers College Club and spoke upon the recent developments at the College. While at Dayton, Professor Pearson delivered two addresses before the Teachers' Institute upon the "Teaching of Silent Reading" and the "Teaching of Spelling."


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 21 Number 1, 1920, p. 90-90
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 3898, Date Accessed: 8/26/2019 1:52:06 AM

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