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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 208 pages of information about The Vitalized School.

8.  Why is it a calamity to a community for a boy to fail to graduate from the high school?

9.  What may be done to prevent a child going outside the school to find something congenial?

10.  What should be a student’s motive in choosing a course?

11.  How do you make your school a center for community life?  How can you make it more of a center than it is?

12.  How is the spirit of jealousy among teachers injurious to our school system?  What usually makes one teacher disparage the work of another?

13.  What is essential in vitalizing a school?

INDEX

Absorbing standards, 160.

Acquisitiveness, 52.

Advantages of socialized recitation, 178.

Agriculture; a typical study, 192;
  its rapid development, 193;
  relation to geology, 194;
  the source of life, 202.

Altruism, 124.

Ambition, 226.

American restaurants, 86.

American story, 231.

Analysis and synthesis, 293.

Anarchy, 73.

Ancestor, child as a future, 34.

Ancestors, attitude of, 31.

Answers, repetition of, 139.

Antecedent causes, 261.

Art, 197, 268;
  teaching as an, 143.

Aspiration, 224;
  and worship, 149.

Aspirations, 59.

Attitude of teacher, 11, 272.

Attitude towards work, 148.

Authors, 311.

Automobile, 105;
  factory, 47.

Beauty, desire for pastoral, 58.

Behavior, amplified, 265;
  in history, 267;
  in retrospect, 259;
  scope of, 256.

Betterment, 244.

Body subject to the mind, 120.

Books, 311;
  as exponents of life, 14;
  of questions and answers, 300;
  of life, 228;
  supreme, 252.

Botany, importance of, 195.

Boy, story of a, 236.

Bread, 200.

Centralized school, 318.

Characterizations, 308.

Child; as a future ancestor, 34;
  as a whole, 250;
  as the objective, 200;
  and teacher, quest of, 104;
  as the center in school procedure, 18;
  imagination of, 26;
  supreme, 252;
  right to express himself, 25;
  play instinct of, 24;
  relation of to school work, 27;
  life, 21;
  rights of, 20.

Child’s; conception of truth, 109;
  conception, 103;
  need of ideals, 169;
  viewpoint of teacher, 168;
  experiences, 27;
  native tendencies, 24;
  right to the best, 23;
  native interests, 255;
  imagination, 236.

Childhood curtailed, 22.

Children, 307;
  parental attitude towards, 19;
  common interests, 216;
  should have school privileges, 19;
  real interests, 217;
  vs. statistics, 247.

Cigarettes, 117.

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