EXPERIMENTAL LECTURES

Harry D. Abells
1905 School Science and Mathematics  
436 School Science anb /l&atbemattcs enabling some to discover their bent, in developing power through the agency of subject matter which has other pedagogical attributes than the educational means afforded. The informational side of these subjects is of no little importance in this age of invention. Whatever improvements are made in the presentation of these sciences will be due almost exclusively to the efforts of the science teachers themselves. This association has unquestionably done the
more » ... tionably done the work much good. It is simply a matter of both individual and united effort. Let us hope for their continuation.
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