Classroom struggle : organizing elementary school teaching in the 19th century (Book, 2015) [WorldCat.org]
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Classroom struggle : organizing elementary school teaching in the 19th century

Author: Marcelo Caruso
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, [2015]
Series: Studia educationis historica, vol. 2
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Teaching large groups of children required the systematization of interactions. Models of organizing teaching attempted to systematize interactions and to control activities. The contributions  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
History
Études transculturelles
Additional Physical Format: Ebook version
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcelo Caruso
ISBN: 9783631629253 3631629257
OCLC Number: 905419442
Description: 322 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Contents: Marcelo Caruso: Classroom Struggle: Organizing Elementary Teaching in the 19th Century - Niels Reeh/Jesper Eckhardt Larsen: From Competing Technologies of Mass Schooling to the Spiritual Enlightenment of the Nation: The Reception of the Monitorial System of Education in Denmark 1814-1849 - Andres Baeza: Educational Reform, Political Change, and Penury: Primary Schooling and the Monitorial System of Education in Chile, approx. 1810-1833 - Frank Simon/Christian Vreugde/Marc Depaepe: Perfect Imperfection: Lancasterian Teaching and the Brussels Educational System (1815-1875) - Marcilaine Soares Inacio/Carla Simone Chamon/Luciano Mendes de Faria Filho: The Invention of the Modern School in Brazil: Methods and Materials in Brazilian Schools in the 19th Century - Esbjoern Larsson: Mass Teaching without the Masses: Challenges during the Rise of Mass Education in Sweden, approx. 1810-1880 - Eugenia Roldan Vera: From Monitorial to Graded Schooling in 19th Century Mexico: Politics and Pedagogy in the Definition of Modern Education - Gianfranco Bandini: From Tutor to Teacher: The Birth of Popular Schooling in Early 19th Century Italy - Marcelo Caruso: Grappling with the Unavoidable: Mixing Systems of Teaching in Schleswig and Holstein (1819-1830) - Carlos Manique da Silva: Adopting Different Teaching Systems. Data from the Portuguese Extraordinary Inspection of 1875 - Marcelo Caruso/Till Eble: Pax Hispanica?: The Mixed System of Teaching and Competing Groups of 'Experts' in Spain during the 19th Century - Melissa Vick: Retrospect and Prospects.
Series Title: Studia educationis historica, vol. 2
Responsibility: Marcelo Caruso (ed.).

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