Education Documents

Routledge (Verlag)
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These collections of documentary material illustrate the main themes of educational history from the early middle ages to the late twentieth century. It contains extensive extracts from every major educational document of this period including royal and parliamentary commissions. Each document is supported by short commentaries and an annotated bibliography. Whilst the main theme is the creation of a genuine national education system, the volumes also address the relations between church and state in education, teacher training, the progressive development from elementary to primary and secondary education for all, and the growth of technical education from a private to a public activity.
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-136-62062-1 (9781136620621)
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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Original Title Page
  • Original Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • Anglo-Saxon Schools
  • Early Schools in East Anglia and Canterbury
  • The Educational Work of Theodore and Hadrian
  • Alcuin, Schoolmaster and Librarian at York Minster 776-782
  • The Liberal Arts Curriculum
  • Aelfric's Colloquy c. 1005
  • A Thirteenth-Century Account of the Liberal Arts
  • Medieval Grammar Schools
  • The Lateran Council and the Provision of Schools 1179
  • Salisbury Cathedral School 1091
  • Schools in London c. 1170-1180
  • Abbot Samson and Bury St Edmunds School
  • Almonry School at Westminster
  • Grammar Teaching at Merton College, Oxford
  • The Appointment of Grammar School Masters in Lincolnshire 1329
  • A Boarding School c. 1380
  • A Chantry School at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, 1384
  • Foundation Deed of Winchester College 1382
  • Foundation of Sevenoaks Grammar School 1432
  • Stratford-on-Avon Grammar School, endowed 1482
  • Fees at Ipswich Grammar School 1477 and 1482
  • Foundation of Jesus College, Rotherham, 1483
  • A Teacher Training College at Cambridge c. 1439
  • The Teaching of English in the Fourteenth Century
  • Song Schools
  • Chaucer's Song School
  • The Provision of Song Schools at Lincoln 1305
  • Corporal Punishment for Schoolboys in the Fifteenth Century
  • The Birched Schoolboy
  • A Mother Exhorts a Schoolmaster to Beat her Son
  • The Education of Knights
  • Chaucer's Squire
  • Education at the Court of Edward IV
  • Manuals of Instruction in Courtly Behaviour
  • Education in Nunneries
  • Episcopal Ruling on Boarders in Nunneries c. 1431-6
  • Letter from Abbess of St Mary's Winchester c. 1535
  • The Education of Girls
  • The Book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry
  • Treatment of Girls in the Paston Letters
  • The Education of Craftsmen
  • Legislation to limit Apprenticeships
  • Girl Apprentice Beaten
  • Rules for Apprenticeships, Gild of the Tailors of Exeter, c. 1480
  • Ordinances of the Craft of Barbers, Bristol, 1418
  • Medieval Universities
  • Peter Abelard (1079-I142)
  • Abelard's Sic et Non
  • John of Salisbury on Lecturing in Logic
  • The Origins of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge
  • Punishment of Burgesses of Oxford for Hanging Clerks 1214
  • Royal Letter to the Mayor and Bailiffs of Cambridge 1231
  • Royal Suppression of Northampton University 1265
  • The Right of Teaching Everywhere (Jus ubique docendi)
  • University Halls
  • Statutes of Merton College, Oxford, 1270
  • Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts at Oxford 1267
  • Methods prescribed for Lectures in Liberal Arts at Paris 1355
  • Statute on College Gowns, Oxford, 1358
  • The Graduation of a Master in Grammar
  • Student Fees and Teachers' Pay, Oxford, 1333
  • Chaucer's Clerk of Oxenford
  • Prohibition of Undesirable Books, Oxford, c. 1340
  • Statute for Keeping the Peace, Oxford, 1432
  • Legal Education in the Fifteenth Century
  • The Petty School
  • Provision of Petty Schools
  • An ABC Primer in English and Latin c. 1538
  • The Dissolution of the Chantries
  • Act Dissolving the Chantries 1547
  • Chantry Certificate for West Riding of Yorkshire
  • School Continuance Warrant for Lancashire 1548
  • Tudor and Stuart Grammar Schools
  • Early Tudor Vulgaria
  • Lily's Grammar
  • The Dialogues of Juan Luis Vives
  • The Teaching of Latin
  • Statutes of Ruthin Grammar School, founded 1574
  • Punishment in Schools
  • Qualifications necessary for a Schoolmaster
  • Orbis Sensualium Pictus of Comenius
  • The Elizabethan Church and Education
  • The Injunctions of Elizabeth 1559
  • Religious duties of Schoolmasters 1571
  • Act against Jesuits 1585
  • The Education of the Gentry
  • Differing Attitudes to Learning among the Gentry
  • Castiglione's Il Cortegiano (the Courtier) 1528
  • Sir Thomas Elyot's Governour 1531
  • The Education of Gregory Cromwell
  • Ascham's Plea to the Nobility to Pursue Learning
  • A Countryman's View of Learning 1618
  • Universities in the Sixteenth Century
  • William Harrison's Description of the Universities
  • Statutes Regarding Students' Dress, Oxford, 1576
  • Statute to Prevent Disorder, Oxford, 1584
  • Foundation of Lectureship in Anatomy, Oxford, 1624
  • The Puritan Revolution and Education
  • Samuel Hartlib on the Importance of Education in the Commonwealth
  • Dury's View of the Purpose of Education
  • Dury's Rules of Teaching
  • The Curriculum of the Reformed School
  • The Clarendon Code
  • The Uniformity Act 1662 enjoins Oath on all teachers
  • The Five Mile Act 1665 prevents Dissenters holding Schools
  • Testimonies to the Conformity of Schoolmasters
  • Form of Licence to Teach
  • Charity Schools
  • An Account of Charity Schools 1711
  • Subscription Form for a Charity School
  • Bernard Mandeville's Essay on Charity and Charity Schools
  • A Charity School Sermon 1743
  • Leeds Charity School Orders for the Master and Mistress
  • Leeds Charity School Orders for the Children's Clothes
  • Leeds Charity School Orders for the School Children
  • The Christian Schoolmaster 1707
  • An Endowed Grammar School in the Eighteenth Century: Oundle School
  • Public Schools in the Eighteenth Century
  • Curriculum at Rugby School
  • Living Conditions at Christ's Hospital
  • Universities in the Eighteenth Century
  • Edward Gibbon on the University of Oxford
  • Rules for Hertford College, Oxford, 1747
  • The Election of a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1752
  • Trinity College, Cambridge, Fellowship Examination Papers 1797
  • Applied Science Lectures at Cambridge 1794
  • The Grand Tour
  • Dialogue on the Uses of Foreign Travel 1764
  • Adam Smith on the Grand Tour
  • Dissenting Academies
  • Course of Education at Kibworth Academy
  • Ecclesiastical Action against Northampton Academy
  • Rules of Doddridge's Academy, Northampton, 1743
  • Letter Home from a Student at Northampton Academy 1750
  • Warrington Academy: Course for Lay Students
  • Time Table, Warrington Academy, c. 1778
  • Private Schools
  • School Advertisements
  • Sunday Schools
  • Foundation of Sunday Schools in Gloucester
  • Social Purposes of Sunday Schools
  • Discipline in a Gloucester Sunday School
  • Raikes on the Success of Sunday Schools
  • Stroud Sunday School Regulations
  • Sunday Schools and Industry
  • Hannah More and Sunday Schools in Somerset
  • Sunday Schools in Wales
  • Monitorial Systems of Bell and Lancaster
  • Lancaster's Monitorial System
  • Lancaster on the Method of Teaching to Read
  • Lancaster on the Teaching of Addition
  • Lancaster on Rewards and Punishments
  • Bell's Experiment in Education at Madras
  • The National Society
  • The British and Foreign School Society
  • Index

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