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" ... together. The scholar ever finds his own level not only in his class, but also in the ranks of the school, being promoted or degraded from place to place, or class to class, according to his proficiency. "
Instructions for Conducting a School, Through the Agency of the Scholars ... - Page 9
by Andrew Bell - 1813 - 83 pages
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An Analysis of the Experiment in Education, Made at Egmore, Near Madras ...

Andrew Bell - Chennai (India) - 1807 - 115 pages
...compass." WAITS. 1st. A HE Asylum, like every well-regulated school, is arranged into Forms or Classes. The Scholar ever finds his own level, not only in his Class, but. in the ranks of the School, being promoted or degraded from place to place, or Class to Class, according...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...the Aeylum. ' let. The Asylum, like every well-regulated school, is arranged into Forms or Classes. The Scholar ever finds his own level, not only in his Class, but in the ranks of the School, being promoted or degraded from place to place, or Class to Class, according...
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A Letter to the Governors, Legislatures, and Proprietors of Plantations, in ...

Beilby Porteus - African Americans - 1808 - 48 pages
...or classes, each composed of as many scholars as, having made similar proficiency* unite together. The scholar ever finds his own level not only in his...place to place, or class to class, according to his proficiency. 2. Each class is paired off into tutors and pupils. The Tutor sits by the side of his...
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Elements of tuition

Andrew Bell - 1815
...or classes, each composed of as many scholars as, having made a similar progress, unite to-i gether. The scholar ever finds his own level, not only in...school, being promoted or degraded from place to place according. to his relative proficiency. So much for the general formation of a school. Now more particularly...
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Considerations on Negro Slavery

Edinburgh Society for Promoting the Mitigation and Ultimate Abolition of Negro Slavery - Antislavery movements - 1824 - 24 pages
...or classes, each composed of as many scholar* as, having made similar proficiency, unfte together. The scholar ever finds his own level not only in his...place to place, or class to class, according to his proficiency. 2. Each class is paired off into tutors and pupils. The Tutor sits by the side of his...
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An old educational reformer, dr. Andrew Bell

John Miller Dow Meiklejohn - 1881 - 182 pages
...forms or classes, each composed of as many scholars as, having made a similar progress, unite together. The scholar ever finds his own level, not only in...school, being promoted or degraded from place to place according to his relative proficiency. "2. Each class is, when preparing their lessons by themselves,...
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Documentary History of Education in Upper Canada, Volume 1

Ontario. Dept. of Education - Education - 1894
...is arranged into forms or classes each composed of scholars, who have made a suitable proficiency. The scholar ever finds his own level, not only in...class, according to his relative proficiency. . . . By the perpetual attendance of the Teachers on their classes, and their unceasing vigilance ; by the love...
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Educational Foundations: A Text Book for the Professional Teacher, Volume 13

Education - 1900
...forms or classes, each composed of as many scholars as having made similar progress unite together. The scholar ever finds his own level, not only in his class, but in the ranks of the school, being promoted or degraded from place to place, or class to class, according...
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From Oral to Literate Culture: Colonial Experience in the English West Indies

Peter A. Roberts - History - 1997 - 301 pages
...modified according to the progress of all persons involved. Porteus [1808: 39] explains this as follows: "The scholar ever finds his own level not only in...place to place, or class to class, according to his proficiency." The streaming of pupils was actually the same as the streaming of teachers and it meant...
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The Practical Parts of Lancaster's Improvements and Bell's Experiment

Joseph Lancaster - Education - 1932 - 112 pages
...Forms or Classes, each composed of as many scholars as having made similar progress unite together. The scholar ever finds his own level, not only in his class, but in the ranks of the school, being promoted or degraded from place to place, or class to class, according...
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