Experimental Work in Elementary Schools: Possible Values of a School Museum
by Benjamin R. Andrews - 1904
The Educational Museum of Teachers College bears to the Horace Mann and Speyer schools the relation of a school museum. In this regard, it carries on two lines of work: it loans photographs, lantern slides, and various illustrative materials and apparatus for use in the different grade rooms; it also arranges and displays in its exhibition room exhibits which the pupils of the schools visit. Toward both these lines of work, it maintains an experimental and constructive attitude.
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