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Monitorial schools in the Canadas, 1810-1845. by George Warburton Spragge

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Written in English

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Pagination24 p.
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  By Catherine Malichecq The monitorial system is a teaching method developed in in France, then in Great Britain, before spreading to the rest of Europe in the 19th century. It depends on the principles of cooperation, autonomy, and responsibility, terms currently used by teachers dissatisfied with traditional teaching methods. The History of the Method. Canada, and South America, briefly staying with friends before drifting on. In October , while in New York City to give a lecture, Joseph Lancaster was run over by a horse-drawn beer wagon, just small distance away from one of his schools. He died at the age of It is very pathetic to note what Lancaster wrote at last before. 3. MONITORIAL SCHOOLS AND SPANISH AMERICA The monitorial system of education, developed by Joseph Lancaster () and Andrew Bell () at the turn of the nineteenth century, was arguably the first global model for elementary schooling of the modern period. Within very few years the method had been adopted by a variety of schools. CSBS. 21 In Bombay, the Bombay Native School Book and School Society was formed in 18 Annual Reports of the British and Foreign School Society. (Egham, UK: BFSS Archive Centre, Brunel.

In Stanstead, Lower Canada, and York (Toronto), he set up individual Sunday schools and, acting for the Sunday School Union Society of Canada, which he helped found in the early s, he formed non-sectarian union societies in Quebec, Montreal, Kingston, York, and other communities. G. W Spragge, “Monitorial schools in the Canadas, –” ( thesis, Univ. of Toronto, ). Judith Fingard, “‘Grapes in the wilderness’: the Bible Society in British North America in the early nineteenth century,” SH, 5 (): 5– G. Full text of "Observations on the abuse and reform of the monitorial system of Harrow School: with letters and remarks" See other formats OBSERVATIONS THE ABUSE AND REFORM MONITORIAL SYSTEM HARROW SCHOOL, LETTERS AND REMARKS EARL OF GALLOWAY. LONDON: THOMAS HATCH ARD, , PICCADILLY.   Maryland briefly had monitorial schools statewide in the s, and other states participated, too. Between and the s, Lancaster and his .

Joseph Lancaster (25 November – 23 October ) was an English Quaker and public education innovator. He originated the saying "a place for everything and everything in its place". The height of popularity of his system came in the first decades of the 19th century. Indeed, in the midst of turmoil, Sawatanen also attended school, becoming the first Indigenous person from what would become Canada to graduate from a colonial college. He then returned to Lorette in both to start a school and begin a series of petitions against over a century of settler encroachments. Samuel Bamford on Sunday schools. Work and discipline in the monitorial school, A view of workhouse education, Address at the opening of the London mechanics’ institution, 10 February The duties of an assistant overseer of the poor, Settlement examination and removal order, Wiltshire, Book #3, The Road To Being Canada" () Chap Education TOC. FN1 Ch12 With religion comes the "recognition on the part of man of some higher unseen power as having control of his destiny, and as being entitled to obedience, reverence, and worship; the general mental and moral attitude resulting from this belief, with reference to its effect upon the individual or the community.