The Journal of Home Economics

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American Home Economics Association, 1916 - Home economics

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Page 242 - An Act to provide for the promotion of vocational education ; to provide for cooperation with the States in the promotion of such education in agriculture and the trades and industries; to provide for cooperation with the States in the preparation of teachers of vocational subjects ; and to appropriate money and regulate its expenditure,
Page 594 - A college training is an excellent thing ; but, after all, the better part of every man's education is that which he gives himself, and it is for this that a good library should furnish the opportunity and the means.
Page 30 - Milk is the fresh, clean, lacteal secretion obtained by the complete milking of one or more healthy cows, properly fed and kept, excluding that obtained within fifteen days before and ten days after calving, and contains not less than eight and one-half (8.5) per cent of solids not fat, and not less than three and one-quarter (3.25) per cent of milk fat.
Page 262 - If so, might the money not have been better spent for fruits or vegetables? If I was unable to get milk, meat, fish, poultry, or eggs, did I serve dried beans or other legumes, thoroughly cooked and carefully seasoned? Were vegetables and fruits both on the child's bill of fare once during the day? If not, was it because we have not taken pains to raise them in our home garden? Did either the fruit or the vegetable disagree with the child? If so, ought I to have cooked it more thoroughly, chopped...
Page 313 - ... available for evaluating an interactive system, at all stages in its development. So how do we decide which methods are most appropriate for our needs? There are no hard and fast rules in this — each method has its particular strengths and weaknesses and each is useful if applied appropriately. However, there are a number of factors which should be taken into account when selecting evaluation techniques. These also provide a way of categorizing the different methods so that we can compare and...
Page 672 - December, 1916, under the auspices of Columbia University, New York University, the College of the City of New York, the American Museum of Natural History and the other scientific and educational institutions of the city.
Page 594 - The three practical rules, then, which I have to offer, are — 1. Never read any book that is not a year old. 2. Never read any but famed books. 3. Never read any but what you like; or, in Shakspeare's phrase — No profit goes where is no pleasure ta'en: In brief, sir, study what you most affect.
Page 243 - ... the controlling purpose of such education shall be to fit for useful employment ; that such education shall be of less than college grade and shall be designed to meet the needs of persons over 14 years of age who are preparing for a trade or industrial pursuit or who have entered upon the work of a trade or industrial pursuit • • .
Page 30 - Evaporated milk is the product resulting from the evaporation of a considerable portion of the water from milk, or from milk with adjustment, if necessary, of the ratio of fat to non-fat solids by the addition or by the abstraction of cream. It contains not less than 7.8 per cent of milk fat...
Page 607 - Columbia or the territories, or insular possessions of the United States, or if it be imported from a foreign country...

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