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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 68415

Chapter 68415 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





Psychological Tests and Guidance of High School Pupilsby W. M. Proctor
, The Elementary School Journal 22(2): 149-151 (1921)

The Teaching of Geographyby Mendel E. Branom; Fred K. Branom
, The Elementary School Journal 22(2): 152-153 (1921)

A History of the Association Psychologyby Howard C. Warren
, The Elementary School Journal 22(2): 156-157 (1921)

Educational Standards
, The Elementary School Journal 17(8): 576-590 (1917)

The Course in Natural Science in the University Elementary School. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 18(7): 493-504 (1918)

Remedial Work in Reading, Part Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 20(10): 772-791 (1920)

Variations in Study Standards
, The Elementary School Journal 15(4): 210-218 (1914)

Foundations of Educational Sociologyby Charles C. Peters
, The Elementary School Journal 25(5): 387-388 (1925)

A Study of Public School Costs in Illinois Citiesby Nelson B. Henry
, The Elementary School Journal 25(5): 388-390 (1925)

Reading and Livingby H. C. Hill; R. L. Lyman
, The Elementary School Journal 25(5): 394-395 (1925)

Measuring Results in Educationby Marion Rex Trabue
, The Elementary School Journal 25(5): 395-396 (1925)

Experimental Practice in the City and Country Schoolby Caroline Pratt
, The Elementary School Journal 25(5): 397-398 (1925)

Rural School Methodsby Elmer L. Ritter; Alta L. Wilmarth
, The Elementary School Journal 26(6): 468-469 (1926)

Preparation and Use of New-Type Examinationsby Donald G. Paterson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(6): 470-471 (1926)

The Pathway to Readingby Bessie Blackstone Coleman; Willis L. Uhl; James Fleming Hosic
, The Elementary School Journal 26(6): 472-473 (1926)

Educational and Vocational Guidanceby William Martin Proctor
, The Elementary School Journal 26(6): 473-474 (1926)

The Making of Americaby Grace Vollintine
, The Elementary School Journal 26(6): 474-475 (1926)

Objective Examination Methods in the Social Studiesby G. M. Ruch
, The Elementary School Journal 28(1): 67-68 (1927)

Psychological Analysis of the Fundamentals of Arithmeticby Charles Hubbard Judd
, The Elementary School Journal 28(1): 69-70 (1927)

Federal and State School Administrationby William A. Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 28(1): 71-72 (1927)

School Supervision in Theory and Practiceby Ellsworth Collings
, The Elementary School Journal 28(1): 73-75 (1927)

Rural School Survey of New York State: The Teaching Personnelby William C. Bagley;Rural School Survey of New York State: The Elementary Curriculumby Orville G. Brim;Rural School Survey of New York State: Community Relationsby Mabel Carney
, The Elementary School Journal 24(5): 387-388 (1924)

The Purpose, Preparation and Methods in the Recitationby Samuel Hamilton
, The Elementary School Journal 24(5): 388-389 (1924)

Analytic Survey of State Courses of Study for Rural Elementary Schoolsby Charles M. Reinoehl
, The Elementary School Journal 24(5): 391-392 (1924)

Number Projects for Beginnersby Katherine L. McLaughlin; Eleanor Troxell
, The Elementary School Journal 24(5): 393-394 (1924)

The Progress of Arithmetic in the Last Quarter of a Centuryby David Eugene Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 24(5): 394-395 (1924)

Studies in Public School Finance: The West-California and Coloradoby Fletcher Harper Swift
, The Elementary School Journal 23(8): 627-629 (1923)

Minimum Course of Study. Reports of Committees on Minimum Essentials in Elementary Educationby Ernest C. Moore
, The Elementary School Journal 23(8): 632-633 (1923)

Written Examinations and Their Improvementby Walter S. Monroe
, The Elementary School Journal 23(8): 633-634 (1923)

A History of Religious Education in Recent Timesby Arlo Ayres Brown
, The Elementary School Journal 23(8): 634-636 (1923)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 30(5): 372-386 (1930)

Curriculum Principles and Practicesby L. Thomas Hopkins
, The Elementary School Journal 30(5): 387-389 (1930)

An Experimental Evaluation of Seven Composition Scalesby Dorothy Speer
, The Elementary School Journal 30(5): 389-391 (1930)

Statistics for Beginners in Education: An Elementary Presentation and Explanation of Sixty-Two Terms in Educational Statisticsby Frederick Lamson Whitney
, The Elementary School Journal 30(5): 393-394 (1930)

The Relative Merits of Conventional and Imaginative Types of Problems in Arithmeticby Harry Grove Wheat
, The Elementary School Journal 30(5): 395-397 (1930)

Accuracy in Calculation
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 510-517 (1929)

Common Skin Diseases of Children. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 538-546 (1929)

The Child-Centered School: An Appraisal of the New Educationby Harold Rugg; Ann Shumaker
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 547-551 (1929)

The Beginning Teacherby John C. Almack; Albert R. Lang
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 551-552 (1929)

An Evaluation of Some Techniques of Teacher Selectionby Ernest Walter Tiegs
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 552-553 (1929)

A Preview of Teachingby Warren Nevin Drum
, The Elementary School Journal 29(7): 555-556 (1929)

The Psychology of Arithmeticby Edward L. Thorndike
, The Elementary School Journal 22(10): 789-790 (1922)

Our Boysby Howard G. Burdge
, The Elementary School Journal 22(10): 791-792 (1922)

Young People's History of the World Warby Louis P. Benezet
, The Elementary School Journal 22(10): 795-796 (1922)

Pageantry and Dramatics in Religious Educationby William V. Meredith
, The Elementary School Journal 22(10): 796-797 (1922)

The Rural Communityby Llewellyn MacGarr
, The Elementary School Journal 22(10): 798-799 (1922)

Curriculum Constructionby W. W. Charters
, The Elementary School Journal 23(10): 787-788 (1923)

The Use of Intelligence Tests as a Basis of School Organization and Instructionby Charles W. Odell
, The Elementary School Journal 23(10): 789-791 (1923)

A School Building Program for the City of Duluth, Minnesotaby M. G. Neale; S. B. Severson
, The Elementary School Journal 23(10): 791-792 (1923)

Education and Industryby Henry C. Link
, The Elementary School Journal 23(10): 793-794 (1923)

Tobacco and Mental Efficiencyby M. V. O'Shea
, The Elementary School Journal 23(10): 795-797 (1923)

Constructive School Disciplineby Walter Robinson Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 706-707 (1925)

How Much English Grammar?by Martin J. Stormzand; M. V. O'Shea
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 708-710 (1925)

The Public School Debt in Illinoisby George W. Willett
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 710-711 (1925)

The Project Method in Classroom Workby E. A. Hotchkiss
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 712-713 (1925)

A Study of the Upper Limits of the Development of Intelligenceby Florence M. Teagarden
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 713-714 (1925)

The Clinton Primerby Mary B. Clinton; E. E. Lewis;The Here and Now Primerby Lucy Sprague Mitchell;The Happy Children Readersby Mary E. Pennell; Alice M. Cusack;In Animal Landby Mabel Guinnip La Rue;The Kelpiesby Etta Austin Blaisdell;The Story Reader, Book Oneby Sara Cone Bryant;The Horace Mann Readers, New Second Readerby Walter L. Hervey; Melvin Hix;In Storelandby Margaret E. Wells; H. Mary Cushman;Paper Cuttingby Annye Allison
, The Elementary School Journal 25(9): 714-717 (1925)

Improving Computational Ability
, The Elementary School Journal 30(2): 111-116 (1929)

Characteristic Differences in the Teaching Performance of Good and Poor Teachers of the Social Studiesby A. S. Barr
, The Elementary School Journal 30(2): 149-150 (1929)

The Physical Welfare of the School Childby Charles H. Keene
, The Elementary School Journal 30(2): 153-154 (1929)

Principles of Elementary Educationby John Louis Horn
, The Elementary School Journal 30(2): 155-156 (1929)

Directing Studyby Harry Lloyd Miller
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 549-551 (1923)

Fundamentals of Educational Measurementby Chester Arthur Gregory
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 551-552 (1923)

A Kindergarten-First-Grade Curriculum
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 552-553 (1923)

Supervision of Rural Schoolsby Katherine M. Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 553-554 (1923)

Outlines of Child Studyby Benjamin C. Gruenberg
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 554-555 (1923)

Our Old World Backgroundby Charles A. Beard; William C. Bagley
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 555-556 (1923)

The United States: Its History, Government, and Institutionsby Daniel Howard; Samuel J. Brown
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 556-557 (1923)

Measuring Textbooksby Frank E. Spaulding
, The Elementary School Journal 23(7): 557-558 (1923)

The Education of Womenby Willystine Goodsell
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 147-148 (1923)

Psychology for Students of Educationby Arthur I. Gates
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 151-152 (1923)

The Principal and His Schoolby Ellwood P. Cubberley
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 152-153 (1923)

The Bureau of Education: Its History, Activities, and Organizationby Darrell Hevenor Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 153-154 (1923)

Good Citizenship Through Story-Tellingby Mildred P. Forbes
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 154-155 (1923)

Learning and Teachingby Arthur Raymond Mead
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 155-156 (1923)

America: A History of Our Countryby William J. Long;History of Our Countryby Reuben Post Halleck
, The Elementary School Journal 24(2): 156-157 (1923)

Fundamentals in Visual Instructionby William H. Johnson
, The Elementary School Journal 28(7): 548-549 (1928)

Your Growing Child: A Book of Talks to Parents on Life's Needsby H. Addington Bruce
, The Elementary School Journal 28(7): 549-550 (1928)

The Breed-French Spellerby Frederick S. Breed; William C. French
, The Elementary School Journal 28(7): 550-551 (1928)

Progressive Word Studiesby J. N. Hunt
, The Elementary School Journal 28(7): 552-553 (1928)

Beginner's History of the United Statesby James A. Woodburn; Thomas F. Moran
, The Elementary School Journal 28(7): 553-554 (1928)

A Course in Handwriting. Iv
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 597-607 (1922)

The Child and His Schoolby Gertrude Hartman
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 628-629 (1922)

Silent and Oral Readingby Clarence R. Stone
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 629-630 (1922)

Training for Effective Studyby Frank W. Thomas
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 630-631 (1922)

How to Teach Silent Reading to Beginnersby Emma Watkins
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 631-632 (1922)

Education for the Disabled in War and Industryby A. G. Crane
, The Elementary School Journal 22(8): 634-635 (1922)

Improving Schools by Standardized Testsby Samuel S. Brooks
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 307-308 (1922)

The Improvement of the City Elementary School Teacher in Serviceby Charles Russell
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 308-309 (1922)

The Psychology of Reading and Spellingby Arthur I. Gates
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 309-311 (1922)

Mental Growth Curve of Normal and Superior Childrenby Bird T. Baldwin; Lorle I. Stecher
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 311-312 (1922)

Education on the Dalton Planby Helen Parkhurst
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 312-313 (1922)

Status of the Rural Teacher in Pennsylvaniaby LeRoy Albert King
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 314-315 (1922)

Beginners' Ancient Historyby J. B. Newman;Beginners' Modern Historyby J. B. Newman;Brief History of Modern Europeby William Glover
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 315-316 (1922)

The Little Grammarby E. A. Cross
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 316-317 (1922)

The Progressive Road to Silent Reading, Fourth Yearby William L. Ettinger; Edgar Dubbs Shimer; James J. O'Regan;The Magee Intermediate Reader-Part One, Fourth Yearby Anna F. Magee
, The Elementary School Journal 23(4): 317-318 (1922)

The Development of Children's Number Ideas in the Primary Gradesby William A. Brownell
, The Elementary School Journal 29(4): 307-308 (1928)

State Laws and Regulations Governing Teachers' Certificatesby Katherine M. Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 29(4): 311-312 (1928)

The Learning of the 100 Addition Combinations and the 100 Subtraction Combinationsby Frederic B. Knight; Minnie S. Behrens
, The Elementary School Journal 29(4): 314-315 (1928)

The Organization of State Departments of Educationby Henry E. Schrammel
, The Elementary School Journal 28(4): 309-310 (1927)

Measuring Motor Ability: A Scale of Motor Ability Testsby David Kingsley Brace
, The Elementary School Journal 28(4): 310-311 (1927)

Thinking, Speaking and Writingby Mabel Holman; Donald Lemen Clark; Benjamin Veit; Hallie Lee Jameson; Edwin van B. Knickerbocker
, The Elementary School Journal 28(4): 314-315 (1927)

Part-Time Types of Elementary Schools in New York City: A Comparative Study of Pupil Achievementby Frank M. Quance
, The Elementary School Journal 28(4): 315-316 (1927)

English Step by Step: Third Yearby Ellen A. G. Phillips; Cecil A. Kidd;English Step by Step: Fourth Yearby Ellen A. G. Phillips; Cecil A. Kidd;English Step by Step: Fifth Yearby Ellen A. G. Phillips; Cecil A. Kidd
, The Elementary School Journal 28(4): 316-317 (1927)

Three Problem Children: Narratives from the Case Records of a Child Guidance Clinic
, The Elementary School Journal 24(10): 789-791 (1924)

Consolidation of Schools and Transportation of Pupilsby J. K. Abel
, The Elementary School Journal 24(10): 792-793 (1924)

Supervised Study Spellerby Willard F. Tidyman;Individual Spellerby Carleton W. Washburne
, The Elementary School Journal 24(10): 793-794 (1924)

Human Geography by Gradesby James Fairgrieve; Ernest Young
, The Elementary School Journal 24(10): 795-796 (1924)

How to Teach Physicsby Rogers D. Rusk
, The Elementary School Journal 24(10): 796-798 (1924)

The Training of Teachers in England and Walesby Lance G. E. Jones
, The Elementary School Journal 25(10): 787-788 (1925)

An Analysis of Janitor Service in Elementary Schoolsby Charles Everand Reeves
, The Elementary School Journal 25(10): 791-792 (1925)

The Stone Arithmetic. Primaryby John C. Stone;The Stone Arithmetic. Intermediateby John C. Stone;The Stone Arithmetic. Advancedby John C. Stone
, The Elementary School Journal 25(10): 796-797 (1925)

Boys' Own Arithmeticby Raymond Weeks
, The Elementary School Journal 25(10): 797-799 (1925)

Negativism of Pre-School Childrenby Martha May Reynolds
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 387-388 (1929)

A Glossary of Three Hundred Terms Used in Educational Measurement and Researchby Charles W. Odell
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 389-390 (1929)

The Administration of an Elementary Schoolby Arthur S. Gist
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 391-392 (1929)

Lessons in Citizenshipby Grace A. Turkington; Mary A. S. Mugan; Myron T. Pritchard
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 392-393 (1929)

Classroom Organization and Controlby Jesse B. Sears
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 393-394 (1929)

A Work Book Syllabus in Principles of Educationby Orlie M. Clem
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 394-395 (1929)

The Passing of the Recitationby V. T. Thayer
, The Elementary School Journal 29(5): 395-397 (1929)

Teaching Beginners to Read in England: Its Methods, Results, and Psychological Basesby W. H. Winch
, The Elementary School Journal 26(8): 629-630 (1926)

The Little Book of English Compositionby E. A. Cross
, The Elementary School Journal 26(8): 630-631 (1926)

Cumulative Mathematics: Seventh Gradeby D. W. Werremeyer;Cumulative Mathematics: Eighth Gradeby D. W. Werremeyer
, The Elementary School Journal 26(8): 631-632 (1926)

From Columbus to Lincolnby Alfred E. Logie;From Lincoln to Coolidgeby Alfred E. Logie
, The Elementary School Journal 26(8): 634-635 (1926)

Finders and Founders of the New Worldby James A. Woodburn; Thomas F. Moran
, The Elementary School Journal 26(8): 637-638 (1926)

Making Citizens of the Mentally Limited: A Curriculum for the Special Classby Helen Davis Whipple
, The Elementary School Journal 28(9): 710-711 (1928)

Standardizing Teachers' Examinations and the Distribution of Class Marksby Robert S. Ellis
, The Elementary School Journal 28(9): 711-712 (1928)

Contributions to Education, Volume Twoby J. Carleton Bell; Ambrose L. Suhrie
, The Elementary School Journal 28(9): 712-713 (1928)

The Ten Dreams of Zach Peters and How They Led Him Through the Constitution of the United Statesby Hermann Hagedorn
, The Elementary School Journal 28(9): 717-718 (1928)

What Education Has the Most Worth?by Charles Franklin Thwing
, The Elementary School Journal 25(3): 227-228 (1924)

Eitting the School to the Childby Elisabeth A. Irwin; Louis A. Marks
, The Elementary School Journal 25(3): 228-229 (1924)

Workaday Arithmeticby Margaret M. Campbell
, The Elementary School Journal 25(3): 233-234 (1924)

Vocabulary-Building Spellerby A. Meyer
, The Elementary School Journal 25(3): 234-235 (1924)

Check Lists for Educational Researchby Harold Hench Bixler
, The Elementary School Journal 29(10): 787-789 (1929)

Measurable Outcomes of Individual Laboratory Work in High School Chemistryby Ralph E. Horton
, The Elementary School Journal 29(10): 794-795 (1929)

Retention of History in the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades with Special Reference to the Factors That Influence Retentionby Sarah Janet Bassett
, The Elementary School Journal 29(10): 795-796 (1929)

Training Children to Studyby Bessie W. Stillman
, The Elementary School Journal 29(10): 796-797 (1929)

The Modern Life Arithmeticsby John Guy Fowlkes; Thomas Theodore Goff
, The Elementary School Journal 29(10): 797-798 (1929)

A Basic List of Phonics for Grades I and Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 436-443 (1923)

Phonics and No Phonics
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 448-452 (1923)

Nationalism and Education Since 1789by Edward H. Reisner
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 468-470 (1923)

Rural School Survey of New York State: Educational Achievementby M. E. Haggerty
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 470-471 (1923)

The Achievement of Subnormal Children in Standardized Testsby J. E. Wallace Wallin
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 471-472 (1923)

The Boys' Book of Physicsby Charles Ramsey Clarke; Sidney Alymer Small
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 475-476 (1923)

Purposeful Handworkby Jane W. McKee
, The Elementary School Journal 23(6): 476-477 (1923)

Errors in School: Their Causes and Treatmentby John Adams
, The Elementary School Journal 28(8): 632-633 (1928)

How to Organize the Curriculumby Charles A. McMurry
, The Elementary School Journal 24(1): 67-68 (1923)

Rural Educationby Arthur W. Ashby; Phoebe G. Byles
, The Elementary School Journal 24(1): 68-69 (1923)

The Pre-School Childby Arnold Gesell
, The Elementary School Journal 24(1): 72-73 (1923)

Problem Arithmeticby Harry Brooks
, The Elementary School Journal 24(1): 73-74 (1923)

Remedial Cases in Reading: Their Diagnosis and Treatmentby William Scott Gray; Delia Kibbe; Laura Lucas; Lawrence William Miller
, The Elementary School Journal 23(3): 227-228 (1922)

Practice Exercises in Supervised Study and Assimilative Readingby J. A. Wiley
, The Elementary School Journal 23(3): 229-230 (1922)

Spontaneous and Supervised Play in Childhoodby Alice Corbin Sies
, The Elementary School Journal 23(3): 230-231 (1922)

Fundamental Reading Habits: A Study of Their Developmentby Guy Thomas Buswell
, The Elementary School Journal 23(3): 231-232 (1922)

We and Our Governmentby Jeremiah Whipple Jenks; Rufus Daniel Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 23(3): 232-233 (1922)

The Junior High Schoolby Leonard V. Koos
, The Elementary School Journal 28(3): 227-228 (1927)

Industrial Education: Administration and Supervisionby Homer J. Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 28(3): 228-230 (1927)

Creative School Controlby Philip W. L. Cox
, The Elementary School Journal 28(3): 230-232 (1927)

The Small Junior High School: A Study of Its Possibilities and Limitationsby Francis T. Spaulding
, The Elementary School Journal 28(3): 232-234 (1927)

China: A Geographical Readerby Harry A. Franck;The Japanese Empire: A Geographical Readerby Harry A. Franck
, The Elementary School Journal 28(3): 235-236 (1927)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education. Iii
, The Elementary School Journal 30(6): 431-439 (1930)

Kindergarten-Primary Activities Based on Community Lifeby Lucy Weller Clouser; Chloe Ethel Millikan
, The Elementary School Journal 30(6): 468-469 (1930)

Teaching and Learning the Common Branchesby C. C. Schmidt
, The Elementary School Journal 30(6): 469-470 (1930)

The Supervision of Elementary Subjectsby William H. Burton
, The Elementary School Journal 30(6): 470-472 (1930)

Educational Disability and Case Studies in Remedial Teachingby Harry J. Baker
, The Elementary School Journal 30(6): 472-474 (1930)

Unified Kindergarten and First-Grade Teachingby Samuel Chester Parker; Alice Temple
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 547-548 (1926)

Children's Readingby Lewis M. Terman; Margaret Lima;Winnetka Graded Book Listby Carleton Washburne; Mabel Vogel
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 548-551 (1926)

The Teaching of Science and the Science Teacherby Herbert Brownell; Frank B. Wade;How to Teach General Scienceby J. O. Frank;The Laws of Health and How to Teach Themby Charles-Edward Amory Winslow; Pauline Brooks Williamson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 551-553 (1926)

The Measurement of Achievement in Geographyby Mendel E. Branom
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 555-556 (1926)

The Happy Children Readers, Book Oneby Mary E. Pennell; Alice M. Cusack
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 556-557 (1926)

School and Homeby Angelo Patri
, The Elementary School Journal 26(7): 557-558 (1926)

The Progressive Primary Teacherby Martin J. Stormzand; Jane W. McKee
, The Elementary School Journal 29(3): 231-232 (1928)

A Comparative Study of Nine Group Tests of Intelligence for Primary Gradesby Mary L. Dougherty
, The Elementary School Journal 29(3): 233-234 (1928)

Junior Home Problemsby Kate W. Kinyon; L. Thomas Hopkins
, The Elementary School Journal 29(3): 234-236 (1928)

Canadian Geography for Juniorsby George A. Cornish
, The Elementary School Journal 29(3): 236-237 (1928)

Unified Kindergarten and First-Grade Teaching. Iv
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 253-269 (1923)

The Psychology of Handwritingby William Leslie French
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 310-311 (1923)

Special Talents and Defects: Their Significance for Educationby Leta S. Hollingworth
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 311-313 (1923)

Historical Development of the New York State High School Systemby Walter John Gifford
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 313-314 (1923)

The Teaching of Readingby Harry Grove Wheat
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 314-315 (1923)

The New Psychology and the Parentby H. Crichton Miller
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 315-316 (1923)

A Study of County Training Schools for Negroes in the Southby Leo Mortimer Favrot
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 316-317 (1923)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Young School Failuresby Helen Thompson Woolley; Elizabeth Ferris
, The Elementary School Journal 24(4): 317-318 (1923)

The Normal Mindby William H. Burnham
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 307-308 (1924)

The Materials of Readingby Willis L. Uhl
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 308-309 (1924)

The Status and Professional Activities of the Elementary School Principalby Arthur S. Gist
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 309-310 (1924)

The Education of Exceptional Childrenby John Louis Horn
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 311-312 (1924)

Elements of Educational Psychologyby Lawrence Augustus Averill
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 313-314 (1924)

Education for Citizenshipby John C. Almack
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 314-315 (1924)

Junior Mathematics, Book Oneby Ernst R. Breslich
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 315-316 (1924)

Teaching English in Junior High Schoolsby Hattie L. Hawley
, The Elementary School Journal 25(4): 316-317 (1924)

Picture-Story Reading Lessons, Series Iby Stuart A. Courtis; Nila Banton Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 67-69 (1925)

Corrective Arithmeticby Worth J. Osburn
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 69-71 (1925)

Instinct, Intelligence, and Character: An Educational Psychologyby Godfrey H. Thomson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 71-72 (1925)

What Ails Our Youth?by George A. Coe
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 72-73 (1925)

The Jones Complete Course in Spellingby W. Franklin Jones;The New Merrill Speller, Advanced Bookby Sterling Andrus Leonard; Edith A. Winship
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 73-74 (1925)

The Mental Growth of the Preschool Childby Arnold Gesell
, The Elementary School Journal 26(1): 74-75 (1925)

Curriculum Practices in the Junior High School and Grades 5 and 6by James M. Glass
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 547-548 (1925)

Progressive Methods of Teachingby Martin J. Stormzand
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 550-551 (1925)

The Platoon Schoolby Charles L. Spain
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 552-553 (1925)

An Activity Curriculum for the Kindergarten and the Primary Gradesby Ethel I. Salisbury
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 553-554 (1925)

Stone's Silent Reading, Book Oneby Clarence R. Stone; Helen DeWerthern
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 555-556 (1925)

Junior High School Lifeby Emma V. Thomas-Tindal; Jessie DuVal Myers
, The Elementary School Journal 25(7): 557-558 (1925)

Analysis of Errors in Fractions
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 760-770 (1928)

Citizenship Through Problemsby James B. Edmonson; Arthur Dondineau
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 790-791 (1928)

List of Educational Subject Headingsby L. Belle Voegelein
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 795-796 (1928)

The Letters of a Country School Superintendent to His Daughter: A Book of Rural School Managementby David Johnston Malcolm
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 796-797 (1928)

An Objective Determination of Stories and Poems for the Primary Gradesby Mary Ethel Nesmith
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 797-798 (1928)

Guideposts to Citizenshipby Charles Edgar Finch
, The Elementary School Journal 28(10): 798-799 (1928)

Elementary School Costs in the State of New Yorkby R. O. Stoops
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 149-151 (1924)

Education Moves Aheadby Eugene Randolph Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 151-152 (1924)

Survey of the Junior High Schools of the City of New York
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 153-154 (1924)

Cost of Training Teachersby Homer E. Cooper
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 154-155 (1924)

Changing Conceptions Relative to the Planning of Lessonsby Lois Coffey Mossman
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 155-156 (1924)

Ways to Better Englishby Thomas H. Briggs; Isabel McKinney
, The Elementary School Journal 25(2): 157-158 (1924)

Smaller Classes or Largerby P. R. Stevenson
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 547-548 (1924)

Tests for Vocational Guidance of Children Thirteen to Sixteenby Herbert A. Toops
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 548-550 (1924)

An Inventory of the Minds of Individuals of Six and Seven Years Mental Ageby Grace Adelaide Taylor
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 550-551 (1924)

Quaker Education in the Colony and State of New Jerseyby Thomas Woody
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 551-552 (1924)

The Interests, Abilities and Achievements of a Special Class for Gifted Childrenby Genevieve Lenore Coy
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 553-554 (1924)

Home and Community Lifeby Gertrude Hartman
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 554-555 (1924)

Children's Frenchby Henriette Soltoft; Anna Woods Ballard
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 555-556 (1924)

Essential Language Habitsby Esther Marshall Cowan; Annette Betz; W. W. Charters
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 556-557 (1924)

Progress and Patriotism: A Course of Study in History Problems for the Primary and Intermediate Grades and the Junior High Schoolby M. G. Clark;The Course in History
, The Elementary School Journal 24(7): 557-558 (1924)

Psychology of Social Institutionsby Charles Hubbard Judd
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 787-788 (1926)

The Practice of Teaching in the Secondary Schoolby Henry C. Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 789-790 (1926)

Equalization of the Financial Burden of Education among Counties in North Carolinaby Fred Wilson Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 790-792 (1926)

The Administration of Consolidated and Village Schoolsby John C. Almack; James F. Bursch
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 793-794 (1926)

The Teaching of Historyby Paul Klapper
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 794-796 (1926)

The Self-Directed Schoolby Harry Lloyd Miller; Richard T. Hargreaves
, The Elementary School Journal 26(10): 797-799 (1926)

Supervision and the Improvement of Teachingby William H. Burton
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 387-388 (1923)

The Output of Professional Schools for Teachersby Charles E. Benson
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 388-389 (1923)

The Reading Processby William A. Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 389-390 (1923)

Rural School Survey of New York State: Financial Supportby Harlan Updegraff
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 390-392 (1923)

Textbook Selectionby R. H. Franzen; B. F. Knight
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 393-394 (1923)

A School in Action
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 394-395 (1923)

Junior High School Writing Vocabulariesby W. Franklin Jones
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 396-397 (1923)

Dramatized Rhythm Playsby John N. Richards
, The Elementary School Journal 23(5): 397-398 (1923)

A Comforting Contrast
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 574-578 (1924)

Reading in the Saint Cloud Public Schools: Grades One to Sixby Ruth Ewing Hilpert
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 627-628 (1924)

An Experiment with a Project Curriculumby Ellsworth Collings
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 629-630 (1924)

Occupational Information in the Elementary Schoolby Thomas Cooke McCracken; Helen Etta Lamb
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 631-632 (1924)

The Silent Reading Hourby Guy Thomas Buswell; William Henry Wheeler
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 632-634 (1924)

English Phoneticsby Frank E. Parlin
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 634-635 (1924)

The Status of Teachers in Wisconsinby C. J. Anderson
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 635-636 (1924)

Early Educational Leadership in the Ohio Valleyby Allen Oscar Hansen
, The Elementary School Journal 24(8): 638-639 (1924)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education. I
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 291-299 (1929)

The Thinking Machineby C. Judson Herrick
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 307-308 (1929)

Studies in the History of Statistical Method with Special Reference to Certain Educational Problemsby Helen M. Walker
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 308-309 (1929)

Contemporary Education: Its Principles and Practicesby Paul Klapper
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 309-311 (1929)

The Business Administration of a School Systemby Ward G. Reeder
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 311-313 (1929)

Some New Techniques for Studying Social Behaviorby Dorothy Swaine Thomas
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 313-314 (1929)

Survey of Higher Education for the United Lutheran Church in Americaby R. J. Leonard; E. S. Evenden; F. B. O'Rear
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 314-316 (1929)

Principles and Practices of Vocational Guidanceby I. David Cohen
, The Elementary School Journal 30(4): 316-317 (1929)

A Point Scale for Measuring Mental Abilityby Robert M. Yerkes; Josephine Curtis Foster
, The Elementary School Journal 24(9): 708-709 (1924)

The Humanizing of Knowledgeby James Harvey Robinson
, The Elementary School Journal 24(9): 709-712 (1924)

Early Childhood Educationby Lalla H. Pickett; Duralde Boren
, The Elementary School Journal 24(9): 715-716 (1924)

Learn to Study Readers, Book Oneby Ernest Horn; Grace Shields;Lippincott's Silent Reader, Second Gradeby Ethel M. Hale;Child-Library Readers. Book Fiveby William H. Elson; Mary H. Burris; Lura E. Runkel;Child-Library Readers. Book Sixby William H. Elson; Lura E. Runkel;Child-Library Readers. Book Sevenby William H. Elson; Lura E. Runkel
, The Elementary School Journal 24(9): 716-718 (1924)

What Is a B Pupil?
, The Elementary School Journal 29(1): 63-66 (1928)

Materials and Methods in the Middle Gradesby Joseph Lindsey Henderson
, The Elementary School Journal 29(1): 67-68 (1928)

Reading and Studyby Gerald Alan Yoakam
, The Elementary School Journal 29(1): 69-70 (1928)

Educational Psychologyby Edward Herbert Cameron
, The Elementary School Journal 29(1): 70-71 (1928)

School Posture and Seatingby Henry Eastman Bennett
, The Elementary School Journal 29(1): 71-72 (1928)

The Foundations of Education, Volume Oneby J. J. Findlay
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 707-708 (1926)

Teaching Dull and Retarded Childrenby Annie Dolman Inskeep
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 708-711 (1926)

The Junior High Schoolby William A. Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 711-713 (1926)

Rural School Administration and Supervisionby Julius Boraas; George A. Selke
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 713-714 (1926)

The Adolescent Girlby Winifred Richmond
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 714-715 (1926)

Petits Contes facilesby M. C. Smallwood
, The Elementary School Journal 26(9): 715-716 (1926)

Report of the Commission on Length of Elementary Education
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 467-470 (1928)

A Study of the Project Method in Educationby H. B. Alberty
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 470-472 (1928)

Teaching Arithmetic in the Primary Gradesby Robert Lee Morton;Teaching Arithmetic in the Intermediate Gradesby Robert Lee Morton
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 472-473 (1928)

State Participation in Public School Library Serviceby Frank Hermann Koos
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 473-474 (1928)

The New Physical Educationby Thomas Denison Wood; Rosalind Frances Cassidy
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 474-475 (1928)

The Relation between Early Language Habits and Early Habits of Conduct Controlby Ethel Bushnell Waring
, The Elementary School Journal 28(6): 475-477 (1928)

Visual Instruction in the Public Schoolsby Anna Verona Dorris
, The Elementary School Journal 29(6): 467-468 (1929)

New Methods in Primary Readingby Arthur I. Gates
, The Elementary School Journal 29(6): 468-469 (1929)

Comparative Studies of Current Practice in Reading with Techniques for the Improvement of Teachingby Laura Zirbes
, The Elementary School Journal 29(6): 472-473 (1929)

Extraclass and Intramural Activities in High Schoolsby Alexander Crippen Roberts; Edgar Marian Draper
, The Elementary School Journal 29(6): 475-476 (1929)

The Theory of Organized Play: Its Nature and Significanceby Wilbur P. Bowen; Elmer D. Mitchell
, The Elementary School Journal 24(6): 469-470 (1924)

Vitalized Teachingby William Carl Ruediger
, The Elementary School Journal 24(6): 470-471 (1924)

An Investigation of the Written Examination as a Measure of Achievement with Particular Reference to General Scienceby Joseph Bardy
, The Elementary School Journal 24(6): 472-473 (1924)

The Moral Self: Its Nature and Developmentby A. K. White; A. MacBeath
, The Elementary School Journal 24(6): 475-477 (1924)

Action Poems and Plays for Childrenby Nora Archibald Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 24(6): 478-479 (1924)

What Changes the I. Q.?
, The Elementary School Journal 29(2): 114-121 (1928)

The Organization of Supervision: An Analysis of the Organization and Administration of Supervision in City School Systemsby Fred C. Ayer; A. S. Barr
, The Elementary School Journal 29(2): 149-151 (1928)

The Individual Pupil in the Management of Class and Schoolby Paul R. Mort
, The Elementary School Journal 29(2): 151-152 (1928)

Children in the Nursery Schoolby Harriet M. Johnson
, The Elementary School Journal 29(2): 154-155 (1928)

America in the Making: Part One (Founding the Nation)by Charles E. Chadsey; Louis Weinberg; Chester F. Miller;America in the Making: Part Two (Growth of the Nation)by Charles E. Chadsey; Louis Weinberg; Chester F. Miller
, The Elementary School Journal 29(2): 155-156 (1928)

Foundations of Method: Informal Talks on Teachingby William Heard Kilpatrick
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 390-391 (1926)

A Study of Learning and Retention in Young Childrenby Lois Hayden Meek
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 391-393 (1926)

The One-Teacher School in Delaware: A Study in Attendanceby Richard Watson Cooper; Hermann Cooper
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 393-394 (1926)

The Primary School: The Improvement of Its Organization and Instructionby Annie E. Moore
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 394-395 (1926)

The Hale Literary Readersby Edward Everett Hale
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 395-396 (1926)

One Hundred Ways of Teaching Silent Readingby Nila Banton Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 396-397 (1926)

A School Dictionary of the English Languageby Harry Morgan Ayres
, The Elementary School Journal 26(5): 397-398 (1926)

Testing Intelligence and Achievementby Albert J. Levine; Louis Marks
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 709-710 (1929)

Tests and Measurementsby Henry Lester Smith; Wendell William Wright
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 710-711 (1929)

Current Problems in the Supervision of Instructionby Hubert Wilbur Nutt
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 711-712 (1929)

A Study of the Sociability of Elementary School Childrenby Jui-Ching Hsia
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 713-714 (1929)

Modern Principles and the Elementary Teacher's Techniqueby Charles Elmer Holley
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 714-715 (1929)

The Rural Schools of Norwayby Arne Sigurd Jensen
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 716-717 (1929)

The Hygiene of Instruction: A Study of the Mental Health of the School Childby Lawrence Augustus Averill
, The Elementary School Journal 29(9): 717-718 (1929)

Principles of Educationby J. Crosby Chapman; George S. Counts
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 627-628 (1925)

A Comparative Study of the Mental Capacity of Children of Foreign Parentageby May Bere
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 628-630 (1925 )

The Psychology of the Unadjusted School Childby John J. B. Morgan
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 631-632 (1925)

Teaching English in Elementary and Junior High Schoolsby Paul Klapper
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 632-633 (1925)

Psychology of the Junior High School Pupilby L. A. Pechstein; A. Laura McGregor
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 633-634 (1925)

The Decroly Classby Amlie Hamade; Jean Lee Hunt
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 634-635 (1925)

The Physical Efficiency of Teachersby George E. Carrothers
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 635-636 (1925)

Essentials of Sewingby Rosamond C. Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 25(8): 636-637 (1925)

Instinct: A Study in Social Psychologyby L. L. Bernard
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 467-468 (1925)

The County School System: How Organized and Administeredby Benjamin J. Burris
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 468-469 (1925)

The Curriculum of Religious Educationby George Herbert Betts
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 469-471 (1925)

The Psychology of the Preschool Childby Bird T. Baldwin; Lorle I. Stecher
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 471-472 (1925)

A Diagnostic Test of Aptitude for Clerical Office Workby Allen Mead Ruggles
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 472-473 (1925)

Education and Lifeby J. A. Dale
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 473-474 (1925)

Rights and Liabilities of Public School Boards under Capital Outlay Contractsby Frank E. Henzlik
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 474-475 (1925)

Supervised Study in the Elementary Schoolby Alfred Lawrence Hall-Quest
, The Elementary School Journal 25(6): 475-476 (1925)

Intelligence Testing: Methods and Resultsby Rudolf Pintner
, The Elementary School Journal 24(3): 230-231 (1923)

Rural Educationby Orville Gilbert Brim
, The Elementary School Journal 24(3): 231-233 (1923)

Readings in General Psychologyby Edward Stevens Robinson; Florence Richardson Robinson
, The Elementary School Journal 24(3): 233-234 (1923)

The Boys' and Girls' Readersby Emma Miller Bolenius
, The Elementary School Journal 24(3): 234-235 (1923)

Methods in Elementary Englishby Nell J. Young; Frederick W. Memmott
, The Elementary School Journal 24(3): 236-237 (1923)

Experiments and Exercises in Educational Psychologyby Harvey Andrew Peterson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(3): 228-230 (1925)

The Normal Course in Playby The Playground and Recreation Association of America
, The Elementary School Journal 26(3): 231-233 (1925)

Method in Teaching Religionby George Herbert Betts; Marion O. Hawthorne
, The Elementary School Journal 26(3): 233-234 (1925)

One-Room and Consolidated Schools of Connecticutby Emil Leonard Larson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(3): 235-236 (1925)

The Elson Foundation Unit: A Course of Study Manualby William H. Elson; Lura E. Runkel
, The Elementary School Journal 26(3): 237-238 (1925)

The Buckingham-Osburn Searchlight Arithmeticsby B. R. Buckingham; W. J. Osburn
, The Elementary School Journal 28(2): 150-152 (1927)

The Grade Placement of Curriculum Materials in the Social Studiesby C. O. Mathews
, The Elementary School Journal 28(2): 154-155 (1927)

Safety Education in the Elementary School: A Technique for Developing Subject Matterby Ruth Streitz
, The Elementary School Journal 28(2): 155-156 (1927)

Supervision and Teaching of Handwritingby Joseph S. Taylor
, The Elementary School Journal 28(2): 156-157 (1927)

How Numerals Are Read: An Experimental Study of the Reading of Isolated Numerals and Numerals in Arithmetic Problemsby Paul Washington Terry
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 68-69 (1922)

Standardized Reasoning Tests in Arithmetic and How to Utilize Themby Cliff W. Stone
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 69-70 (1922)

Deficiencies in Reading Abilityby Clarence Truman Gray
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 70-71 (1922)

Scientific Determination of the Content of the Elementary School Course in Readingby Willis Lemon Uhl
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 71-72 (1922)

A Measuring Scale for Free-Hand Drawing. Part I, Representationby L. W. Kline; G. L. Carey
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 72-73 (1922)

Interest Factors in Primary Reading Materialby Fannie Wyche Dunn
, The Elementary School Journal 23(1): 73-74 (1922)

Interpretation of Educational Measurementsby Truman Lee Kelley
, The Elementary School Journal 28(5): 387-388 (1928)

The Improvement of Readingby Arthur I. Gates;Supervision and Teaching of Readingby Julia M. Harris; H. L. Donovan; Thomas Alexander;The Teaching and Supervision of Readingby Arthur S. Gist; William A. King
, The Elementary School Journal 28(5): 388-390 (1928)

Changing Practice in Handwriting Instruction: Suggestions and Discussion Based upon a Survey of Present Practices and Problemsby Paul V. West
, The Elementary School Journal 28(5): 390-391 (1928)

Organized Research in Education with Special Reference to the Bureau of Educational Researchby Harold Benjamin Chapman
, The Elementary School Journal 28(5): 391-393 (1928)

Research Studies in Commercial Educationby E. G. Blackstone
, The Elementary School Journal 28(5): 395-396 (1928)

Safety First for School and Homeby Harriet E. Beard
, The Elementary School Journal 25(1): 66-67 (1924)

Education for Modernization in Chinaby Peng Chun Chang
, The Elementary School Journal 25(1): 68-70 (1924)

A Critical Study of Certain Measures of Mental Ability and School Performanceby Inez May Neterer
, The Elementary School Journal 25(1): 70-71 (1924)

Child Accountingby Arthur B. Moehlman
, The Elementary School Journal 25(1): 72-73 (1924)

Our Constitution: Its Story, Its Meaning, Its Useby A. J. Cloud
, The Elementary School Journal 25(1): 74-75 (1924)

The Financing of Education in Iowaby William F. Russell; Thomas C. Holy; Raleigh W. Stone
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 147-148 (1925)

A Study of the Mill Schools of North Carolinaby John Harrison Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 149-151 (1925)

A Primer of Graphics and Statistics for Teachersby Harold Rugg
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 151-152 (1925)

Organization and Teaching of Artby Leon Loyal Winslow
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 152-153 (1925)

What Men Doby William Marvin Jackson
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 154-155 (1925)

Good English in Speaking and Writing: Fourth Gradeby Nell J. Young; Frederick W. Memmott;Good English in Speaking and Writing: Fifth Gradeby Nell J. Young; Frederick W. Memmott;Good English in Speaking and Writing: Sixth Gradeby Nell J. Young; Frederick W. Memmott
, The Elementary School Journal 26(2): 155-156 (1925)

The Nature and Direction of Learningby William H. Burton
, The Elementary School Journal 30(3): 227-228 (1929)

Readings in Extra-Curricular Activitiesby Joseph Roemer; Charles Forrest Allen;Syllabus of a Course in Extra-Curricular Activitiesby Joseph Roemer; Charles Forrest Allen
, The Elementary School Journal 30(3): 231-232 (1929)

Youth in a World of Menby Marietta Johnson
, The Elementary School Journal 30(3): 232-233 (1929)

The Hygiene of the School Childby Lewis M. Terman; John C. Almack
, The Elementary School Journal 30(3): 235-236 (1929)

The Legal Status of the City School Superintendentby John Cayce Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 708-709 (1922)

Preparing for the World's Workby Isaac Doughton
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 711-712 (1922)

Teaching to Thinkby Julius Boraas
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 712-713 (1922)

The Effect of the Physical Make-up of a Book upon Children's Selectionby Florence Eilau Bamberger
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 713-714 (1922)

Elementary Community Civicsby R. O. Hughes
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 714-715 (1922)

The Anderson Arithmeticby Robert F. Anderson
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 716-717 (1922)

Community Englishby Mildred B. Flagg
, The Elementary School Journal 22(9): 717-718 (1922)

Tort Liability of School Districts
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 34-50 (1929)

Improving Handwriting Ability
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 56-62 (1929)

How to Classify Pupilsby William A. McCall; Harold H. Bixler
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 70-71 (1929)

An Analytical Study of Teaching in Nursery School, Kindergarten, and First Gradeby Winifred E. Bain
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 72-74 (1929)

Art Education in Elementary Schoolsby Fredrik Vickstrm Nyquist
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 74-75 (1929)

Teaching Health in Fargoby Maud A. Brown
, The Elementary School Journal 30(1): 75-76 (1929)

The Psychology of Learningby William Henry Pyle
, The Elementary School Journal 29(8): 630-631 (1929)

Psychology of Infancy and Early Childhoodby Ada Hart Arlitt
, The Elementary School Journal 29(8): 631-632 (1929)

The New Human Interest Library
, The Elementary School Journal 29(8): 632-633 (1929)

Objective Testsby Jacob S. Orleans; Glenn A. Sealy
, The Elementary School Journal 29(8): 636-637 (1929)

Higher Educationby L. D. Coffman; Clyde M. Hill; F. J. Kelly; George F. Zook; George A. Works
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 308-309 (1925)

Organization and Administrationby George A. Works
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 309-310 (1925)

The School Surveyby Jesse B. Sears
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 310-311 (1925)

Formative Factors in Characterby Herbert Martin
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 311-312 (1925)

The Psychology of Elementary Educationby A. S. Edwards
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 312-313 (1925)

The Visiting Teacher Movement, with Special Reference to Administrative Relationshipsby Julius John Oppenheimer
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 313-315 (1925)

The Field-Martin Primerby Walter Taylor Field; Katharine Martin
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 316-317 (1925)

Arithmetic Work-Book, Grade 5by F. B. Knight; G. M. Ruch; J. W. Studebaker; G. W. Myers;The Fowlkes-Goff Practice Tests in Arithmetic for Grades Seven, Eight, and Nineby John Guy Fowlkes; Thomas Theodore Goff
, The Elementary School Journal 26(4): 317-318 (1925)

Integration of Adult Education: A Sociological Studyby William H. Stacy
, The Elementary School Journal 36(10): 789-791 (1936)

The Size of the Local Unit for Administration and Supervision of Public Schoolsby Alonzo Otis Briscoe
, The Elementary School Journal 36(10): 794-795 (1936)

Reading to Learnby Gerald A. Yoakam; William C. Bagley; Philip A. Knowlton
, The Elementary School Journal 36(10): 795-798 (1936)

Today's English: Third Yearby M. R. Trabue; Bessie Bacon Goodrich;Today's English: Fourth Yearby M. R. Trabue; Bessie Bacon Goodrich;Today's English: Fifth Yearby M. R. Trabue; Bessie Bacon Goodrich;Today's English: Sixth Yearby M. R. Trabue; Bessie Bacon Goodrich
, The Elementary School Journal 36(10): 798-799 (1936)

The School for the Child from Two to Eightby Ilse Forest
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 706-708 (1936)

Promotion Policies and Practices in Elementary Schoolsby Henry J. Otto
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 708-709 (1936)

County Unification in Kansasby Harrison Leslie Euler
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 709-710 (1936)

The Improvement of Reading: A Program of Diagnostic and Remedial Methodsby Arthur I. Gates
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 711-712 (1936)

The New Triangle Arithmetics: Grade Iiiby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O. Banting; Elda L. Merton;The New Triangle Arithmetics: Grade Ivby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O. Banting; Elda L. Merton;The New Triangle Arithmetics: Grade Vby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O. Banting; Elda L. Merton;The New Triangle Arithmetics: Grade Viby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O. Banting; Elda L. Merton;The New Triangle Arithmetics: Grade Viiby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 714-716 (1936)

Experimental Studies in the Psychology and Pedagogy of Spellingby Alice E. Watson
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 716-717 (1936)

Active Games and Contestsby Bernard S. Mason; Elmer D. Mitchell
, The Elementary School Journal 36(9): 717-718 (1936)

More Ado about Zero
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 623-627 (1932)

The Psychology and Teaching of Readingby Edward William Dolch
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 628-629 (1932)

The Effective Use of Curriculum Materials: A Study of Units Relating to "The Curriculum" to Be Included in the Professional Preparation of Elementary Teachersby Florence Stratemeyer
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 632-634 (1932)

The Influence of Training on Changes in Variability in Achievementby Homer B. Reed
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 634-635 (1932)

Elementary School Life Activitiesby F. C. Borgeson
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 635-636 (1932)

Heat and Healthby Morris Meister
, The Elementary School Journal 32(8): 636-637 (1932)

Composition Errors in Letters Written by Children outside the School
, The Elementary School Journal 35(10): 768-775 (1935)

Education and Social Progressby Charles H. Judd
, The Elementary School Journal 35(10): 788-790 (1935)

Education and Emergent Man: A Theory of Education with Particular Application to Public Education in the United Statesby William C. Bagley
, The Elementary School Journal 35(10): 790-792 (1935)

Growth in Englishby Mabel E. Simpson; Mary A. Adams
, The Elementary School Journal 35(10): 795-796 (1935)

Beginnings in the Old Worldby Charles A. Coulomb; Emma Dowling; Anna A. Rapp;World Backgroundsby Charles A. Coulomb
, The Elementary School Journal 35(10): 796-798 (1935)

Educational Psychologyby Alvin C. Eurich; Herbert A. Carroll
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 628-629 (1936)

The Influence upon Learning of the Quantitative Variation of after-Effectsby Robert T. Rock,
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 629-631 (1936)

Modern Public Education, Its Philosophy and Background: New Social Responsibilities of the Schools in a Democracyby Isaac Doughton
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 631-633 (1936)

Legal Aspects of Separation of Races in the Public Schoolsby Maurice L. Risen
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 633-634 (1936)

Child Nutrition on a Low-Priced Diet: With Special Reference to the Supplementary Value of an Egg a Day, the Effect of Adding Orange Juice and of Replacing Egg by Liverby Mary Swartz Rose; Gertrude M. Borgeson
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 634-635 (1936)

Stories of the Far West: Heroic Tales of the Last Frontierby Joseph G. Masters
, The Elementary School Journal 36(8): 636-637 (1936)

Much Ado about Zero
, The Elementary School Journal 32(3): 214-222 (1931)

A Critical Study of Homogeneous Grouping with a Critique of Measurement as the Basis for Classificationby Alice V. Keliher
, The Elementary School Journal 32(3): 227-232 (1931)

Enriching the Curriculum for Gifted Children: A Book of Guidance for Educational Administrators and Classroom Teachersby W. J. Osburn; Ben J. Rohan
, The Elementary School Journal 32(3): 232-233 (1931)

A Qualitative Analysis of Certain Teaching Traits: A Study of the Problem of Measuring the Efficiency of Student Teachers Engaged in Practice Teachingby Edwin W. Adams
, The Elementary School Journal 32(3): 233-234 (1931)

La Salleby Ross F. Lockridge
, The Elementary School Journal 32(3): 235-236 (1931)

Supervision of the Elementary Schoolby Clarence R. Stone
, The Elementary School Journal 30(9): 708-709 (1930)

The Visiting Teacher at Workby Jane F. Culbert
, The Elementary School Journal 30(9): 709-710 (1930)

Newer Ways with Childrenby M. V. O'Shea
, The Elementary School Journal 30(9): 713-714 (1930)

Egyptians of Long Ago, Days before Houses, and Babylonia and Assyriaby Louise Mohr; Carleton Washburne; Willard W. Beatty;The Age of Discovery, New World Settlement, and Growth of the Coloniesby Ramon Coffman;Colonial Life in Americaby L. Morton Tillinghast; Edna M. Colman;The Early Story of Mankind and What Men from Europe Brought to Americaby Marion G. Clark; Wilbur F. Gordy;Building Our Country and Adventuring in Young Americaby Edna McGuire; Claude Anderson Phillips;Stories of the Ancient Pe
, The Elementary School Journal 30(9): 714-715 (1930)

The Effect of Familiarity with the Examiner upon Stanford-Binet Test Performanceby Edith Lucile Marine
, The Elementary School Journal 30(9): 715-716 (1930)

Liability of School Authorities for the Enforcement of Rules Characterized as Unreasonable by Courts
, The Elementary School Journal 31(5): 379-386 (1931)

Extra-Instructional Activities of the Teacherby Roscoe Pulliam
, The Elementary School Journal 31(5): 388-389 (1931)

Makers of Our Nationby Reuben Post Halleck; Juliette Frantz;Europe, the Mother of Americaby Charles F. Horne; Olive Bucks;Young Americaby Charles F. Horne; Olive Bucks;Hero Stories for Childrenby Earl A. Collins; Lyda Hale
, The Elementary School Journal 31(5): 392-394 (1931)

Functional Grammarby Harry N. Rivlin
, The Elementary School Journal 31(5): 395-396 (1931)

The Work of Placement Offices in Teacher Training Institutionsby Whit Brogan
, The Elementary School Journal 31(5): 396-397 (1931)

An Evaluation of Manuscript Writing
, The Elementary School Journal 36(6): 446-455 (1936)

A Basic Sight Vocabulary
, The Elementary School Journal 36(6): 456-460 (1936)

What Makes a Book Readable: With Special Reference to Adults of Limited Reading Ability-An Initial Studyby William S. Gray; Bernice E. Leary
, The Elementary School Journal 36(6): 470-472 (1936)

An Experimental Application of a Philosophy of Science Teaching in an Elementary Schoolby George W. Haupt
, The Elementary School Journal 36(6): 477-478 (1936)

The Platoon School in Americaby Roscoe David Case
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 387-388 (1932)

Early Protestant Educators: The Educational Writings of Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Other Leaders of Protestant Thoughtby Frederick Eby; Martin Luther; John Calvin
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 389-390 (1932)

Educational Views of Benjamin Franklinby Thomas Woody; Benjamin Franklin
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 390-391 (1932)

Drawing in the Elementary Schoolby Jessie M. Todd
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 391-392 (1932)

An Experimental Study of Certain Factors Affecting Transfer of Training in Arithmeticby James Robert Overman
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 393-395 (1932)

Our Book World: The Family Playhouse (A Pre-Primer)by Florence Piper Tuttle;Our Book World: Playing Days (A Primer)by Florence Piper Tuttle;Our Book World: Doing Days (A First Reader)by Florence Piper Tuttle;Our Book World: Real and Make-Believe (A Second Reader)by Florence Piper Tuttle;Our Book World: In the Workshop (A Third Reader)by Florence Piper Tuttle
, The Elementary School Journal 32(5): 396-398 (1932)

The Evolving Common Schoolby Henry C. Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 147-148 (1933)

Problems of Education in the United Statesby Charles H. Judd
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 148-149 (1933)

The Courts and the Public Schools: The Legal Basis of School Organization and Administrationby Newton Edwards
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 150-151 (1933)

A Comparative Study of Subnormal Children in the Elementary Gradesby Annette Bennett
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 151-152 (1933)

Children's Preferences for Colors, Color Combinations, and Color Arrangementsby Ann van Nice Gale
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 152-153 (1933)

We, the Peopleby Leo Huberman
, The Elementary School Journal 34(2): 157-158 (1933)

Administering the County School Systemby Richard E. Jaggers
, The Elementary School Journal 35(8): 628-630 (1935)

Organization and Administration of Substitute-Teaching Service in City School Systemsby Clare Charles Baldwin
, The Elementary School Journal 35(8): 630-632 (1935)

An Experimental Study of the Effect of the Use of the Typewriter on Beginning Readingby Cecilia E. Unzicker
, The Elementary School Journal 35(8): 632-633 (1935)

A Study of School Health Standardsby Anette M. Phelan
, The Elementary School Journal 35(8): 634-635 (1935)

Health Storiesby Anna B. Towse; William S. Gray; Florence E. Matthews;Happy Health Storiesby Mildred Houghton Comfort
, The Elementary School Journal 35(8): 635-637 (1935)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education to Enforce Rules and Regulations. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 504-513 (1931)

Teaching the Child to Read: Practical Studies in Reading Methodby Samuel W. Patterson
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 547-548 (1931)

Predicting First-Grade Reading Achievement: A Study in Reading Readinessby Erby Chester Deputy
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 548-549 (1931)

The Effectiveness of Modern Spelling Instructionby Robert S. Thompson;Generalization of Bright and Dull Children: A Comparative Study with Special Reference to Spellingby Herbert Allen Carroll;Transfer of Training in Spellingby Clifford P. Archer;Value of Marking Hard Spots in Spellingby L. S. Tireman
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 549-552 (1931)

A Comparative Study of Entrance to Teacher-Training Institutionsby Mellicent McNeil
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 554-556 (1931)

A Rating Scale for Elementary School Organizationby Paul R. Mort
, The Elementary School Journal 31(7): 556-557 (1931)

Modern School Administration: Its Problems and Progressby John C. Almack
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 627-628 (1934)

The Custody of School Funds: An Appraisal of Systems of School Fund Custody with Particular Reference to New York Stateby Fred F. Beach
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 628-629 (1934)

Administration of Enrichment to Superior Children in the Typical Classroomby J. Edgar Dransfield
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 631-632 (1934)

Standards for Elementary School Buildingsby George D. Strayer; N. L. Engelhardt
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 632-633 (1934)

Educational Psychologyby H. L. Hollingworth
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 633-635 (1934)

Foreign Lands and Peoplesby J. Russell Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 34(8): 635-637 (1934)

Research and Thesis Writingby John C. Almack
, The Elementary School Journal 31(1): 67-69 (1930)

Objectives and Procedures in Civic Educationby Charles Clinton Peters
, The Elementary School Journal 31(1): 70-72 (1930)

Fictionby Edwin Diller Starbuck
, The Elementary School Journal 31(1): 73-74 (1930)

The Prognostic Value of Certain Factors Related to Teaching Successby Roy Roland Ullman
, The Elementary School Journal 32(4): 308-309 (1931)

Systems of Education: England, Germany, France and Indiaby Zia Uddin Ahmad
, The Elementary School Journal 32(4): 309-311 (1931)

The Activities Curriculum in the Primary Gradesby Marion Paine Stevens
, The Elementary School Journal 32(4): 311-313 (1931)

Present Day Psychology: An Objective Study in Educational Psychologyby Alene Ralston; Catharine J. Gage
, The Elementary School Journal 32(4): 313-315 (1931)

My Book of Historyby Olive Beaupr Miller;Adventures in World History: An Activity Program for Teachers and Pupilsby Mary G. Kelty
, The Elementary School Journal 32(4): 315-316 (1931)

Indices of Supply and Demand of Teachers in Minnesotaby Alfred Victor Overn
, The Elementary School Journal 33(3): 231-232 (1932)

The Auditorium Social Artsby Harry Graves Miller; Newton W. Chaffee
, The Elementary School Journal 33(3): 232-233 (1932)

Backward and Brilliant Childrenby S. B. Sinclair
, The Elementary School Journal 33(3): 234-235 (1932)

The Relative Merits of Cursive and Manuscript Writing. Lincoln School Research Studiesby Thelma G. Voorhis
, The Elementary School Journal 33(3): 235-236 (1932)

The Recognition of Merit in Superintendents' Reports to the Publicby Zenas Read Clark;Business Management in School Systems of Different Sizes: A Study of Certain Aspects of Business Management in Nine New Jersey Citiesby M. R. Brunstetter
, The Elementary School Journal 33(3): 236-237 (1932)

Problem Solving in Arithmetic: A Study of Certain Factors in the Allocation of Arithmetic Problems Involving One, Two, Three, and Four Steps or Processes in Reasoningby Leon Nelson Neulen
, The Elementary School Journal 32(9): 711-712 (1932)

Elson Basic Readers: Pre-Primer, Primer, and Books One to Sixby William H. Elson; William S. Gray; Lura E. Runkel; Christine M. Keck;Teacher's Guidebook for the "Elson Basic Readers"by William S. Gray; Edna B. Liek
, The Elementary School Journal 32(9): 712-713 (1932)

The World at Workby Wallace W. Atwood
, The Elementary School Journal 32(9): 713-715 (1932)

Units of Work Developing out of Children's Interests in Local History: Indian Life and the Dutch Colonial Settlement. Lincoln School Curriculum Studiesby Katharine L. Keelor; Mayme Sweet
, The Elementary School Journal 32(9): 715-716 (1932)

Grammar in Action with Answersby J. C. Tressler
, The Elementary School Journal 32(9): 717-718 (1932)

Foundations of Curriculum Buildingby John K. Norton; Margaret Alltucker Norton
, The Elementary School Journal 37(5): 388-389 (1937)

Character and Citizenship Training in the Public School: An Experimental Study of Three Specific Methodsby Vernon Jones
, The Elementary School Journal 37(5): 389-390 (1937)

Conflicts between Preschool Childrenby Arthur T. Jersild; Frances V. Markey
, The Elementary School Journal 37(5): 393-394 (1937)

Minimum Essentials of Statistics: As Applied to Education and Psychologyby Dennis H. Cooke
, The Elementary School Journal 37(5): 396-398 (1937)

Teaching the Primary Gradesby Dorothy Bildersee
, The Elementary School Journal 33(4): 312-314 (1932)

America in the Machine Age: The United States in the Twentieth Century and the Outstanding Problems of Todayby Louis Weinberg;Life in the Twentieth Centuryby J. R. Scoppa
, The Elementary School Journal 33(4): 317-318 (1932)

A Study of Variation in Map Symbols
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 678-689 (1933)

The Beginnings of the Social Sciencesby Mary M. Reed; Lula E. Wright
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 708-710 (1933)

Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United Statesby Charles O. Paullin
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 711-712 (1933)

The Teaching of Artby Margaret E. Mathias
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 712-713 (1933)

Historic Background of Our United Statesby James A. Woodburn; Howard C. Hill
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 715-716 (1933)

Modern Social History of the United Statesby James J. Reynolds; Grace A. Taylor
, The Elementary School Journal 33(9): 717-718 (1933)

The Educational Frontierby William H. Kilpatrick
, The Elementary School Journal 34(4): 307-310 (1933)

Comparative Educationby I. L. Kandel
, The Elementary School Journal 34(4): 310-312 (1933)

Effective Instructional Leadership: A Study of the Problem of Integration
, The Elementary School Journal 34(4): 312-313 (1933)

Problems in the Education of Visually Handicapped Childrenby Ralph Vickers Merry
, The Elementary School Journal 34(4): 314-315 (1933)

The Newlon-Hanna Spellerby Jesse H. Newlon; Paul R. Hanna;The Newlon-Hanna Spelling Notebookby Jesse H. Newlon; Paul R. Hanna
, The Elementary School Journal 34(4): 315-317 (1933)

Differential Diagnosis of Ability in School Childrenby David Segel
, The Elementary School Journal 36(1): 67-69 (1935)

Educational Psychology: An Application of Modern Psychology to Teachingby Daniel Bell Leary
, The Elementary School Journal 36(1): 70-71 (1935)

Science at Homeby Edith M. Patch; Harrison E. Howe
, The Elementary School Journal 36(1): 71-73 (1935)

How We Use Numbers: A Second Grade Number Book. The Triangle Arithmeticsby Leo J. Brueckner; C. J. Anderson; G. O. Banting; Elda L. Merton;Mastery Arithmeticby George R. Bodley; Charles S. Gibson; Ina M. Hayes; Bruce M. Watson
, The Elementary School Journal 36(1): 73-74 (1935)

How We Have Conquered Distanceby Maybell G. Bush; John F. Waddell
, The Elementary School Journal 36(1): 74-75 (1935)

Relation of Public-School Support to Subsequent Per Capita Wealth of States. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 33(6): 417-426 (1933)

Children Who Cannot Read: The Analysis of Reading Disabilities and the Use of Diagnostic Tests in the Instruction of Retarded Readersby Marion Monroe
, The Elementary School Journal 33(6): 467-468 (1933)

The Management of the School Moneyby Henry C. Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 33(6): 474-475 (1933)

Learning and Applying Spelling Rules in Grades Three to Eightby Luella M. King
, The Elementary School Journal 33(6): 476-477 (1933)

The Old-World Beginnings of Americaby Mary G. Kelty
, The Elementary School Journal 33(6): 477-478 (1933)

Thomas Jefferson and Education in a Republicby Charles Flinn Arrowood
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 307-308 (1930)

Ways to Teach Englishby Thomas C. Blaisdell
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 309-311 (1930)

Psychology and the Preparation of the Teacher for the Elementary School: A Survey and an Analysis of Practices in the Teaching of Psychology in Certain Professional Schools for the Preparation of Teachersby Clara L. Robinson
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 312-313 (1930)

Supervised Student-Teachingby Arthur Raymond Mead
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 313-314 (1930)

Educational Achievement in Relation to Intelligence as Shown by Teachers' Marks, Promotions, and Scores in Standard Tests in Certain Elementary Gradesby Charles W. St. John
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 314-315 (1930)

The New Day Arithmetics: Elementary Bookby Fletcher Durell; Harry O. Gillett; Thomas J. Durell;The New Day Arithmetics: Intermediate Bookby Fletcher Durell; Harry O. Gillett; Thomas J. Durell
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 316-317 (1930)

A. Lincolnby Ross F. Lockridge
, The Elementary School Journal 31(4): 317-318 (1930)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education to Enforce Rules and Regulations. Iii
, The Elementary School Journal 31(8): 619-627 (1931)

Genetic Studies of Genius, Volume Iii (The Promise of Youth: Follow-up Studies of a Thousand Gifted Children)by Barbara Stoddard Burks; Dortha Williams Jensen; Lewis M. Terman
, The Elementary School Journal 31(8): 628-629 (1931)

The Growth of Abilityby Raymond O. Filter; Omar C. Held
, The Elementary School Journal 31(8): 631-632 (1931)

Problems in Educational Psychologyby Walter J. Gifford; Clyde P. Shorts
, The Elementary School Journal 31(8): 632-633 (1931)

To Mark or Not to Mark?
, The Elementary School Journal 31(10): 747-755 (1931)

A Library for the Intermediate Gradesby Evangeline Colburn
, The Elementary School Journal 31(10): 789-790 (1931)

Nature Study, Book Twoby John H. Gehrs
, The Elementary School Journal 31(10): 794-795 (1931)

The Drum Bookby Satis N. Coleman;Characteristic Rhythms for Childrenby Anna M. Reccius Schmidt; Dudley Ashton
, The Elementary School Journal 31(10): 796-797 (1931)

Our United States: A History for Upper Grammar Grades and Junior High Schoolby William Backus Guitteau
, The Elementary School Journal 31(10): 797-799 (1931)

Education as Guidanceby John M. Brewer
, The Elementary School Journal 33(7): 548-549 (1933)

A Teacher's Guide Book to the Activity Programby Robert Hill Lane;Educative Experiences Through Activity Unitsby Lucy Weller Clouser; Wilma J. Robinson; Dena Lois Neely
, The Elementary School Journal 33(7): 549-551 (1933)

Adjusting the School to the Child: Practical First Stepsby Carleton Washburne
, The Elementary School Journal 33(7): 551-553 (1933)

The Experimental Study of Readingby M. D. Vernon
, The Elementary School Journal 33(7): 553-554 (1933)

Pathways in Science: Book Ii, Out-of-Doorsby Gerald S. Craig; Sara E. Baldwin; Beatrice Davis Hurley; Margaret G. Condry; Goldie M. Johnson;Pathways in Science: Book Iii, Our Wide, Wide Worldby Gerald S. Craig; Sara E. Baldwin; Beatrice Davis Hurley; Margaret G. Condry; Goldie M. Johnson;Pathways in Science: Book Iv, The Earth and Living Thingsby Gerald S. Craig; Sara E. Baldwin; Beatrice Davis Hurley; Margaret G. Condry; Goldie M. Johnson;Pathways in Science: Book V, Learning about Our Worldby
, The Elementary School Journal 33(7): 556-558 (1933)

The Technique of Progressive Teachingby A. Gordon Melvin
, The Elementary School Journal 33(10): 788-789 (1933)

The Story of America for Young Americans: The Beginnings of Our Countryby Smith Burnham; Theodore H. Jack
, The Elementary School Journal 33(10): 792-794 (1933)

The Administration of Student Personnel Services in Teacher-Training Institutions of the United Statesby Marion Ernest Townsend
, The Elementary School Journal 33(10): 794-796 (1933)

Basic Principles in Educationby Henry C. Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 388-389 (1935)

The Dilemma of Democracyby Isaac L. Kandel
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 389-391 (1935)

Public Relations for the Public Schools: A Manual Based on a Study of Good Practiceby J. Flint Waller
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 391-393 (1935)

The Technique and Administration of Teachingby Noble Lee Garrison
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 393-394 (1935)

Children's Drawings of the Human Figureby Helen Ann Zesbaugh
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 394-395 (1935)

Human Values in Music Educationby James L. Mursell
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 395-397 (1935)

The Theory of Playby Elmer D. Mitchell; Bernard S. Mason
, The Elementary School Journal 35(5): 397-398 (1935)

Psychology of the Elementary School Subjectsby Luella Cole
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 467-468 (1935)

Junior High School Costsby Wilbur I. Gooch
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 468-470 (1935)

The Status of the Married Woman Teacherby David Wilbur Peters
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 470-471 (1935)

Satisfactory Local School Units: Functions and Principles of Formation, Organization, and Administrationby Howard A. Dawson
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 471-472 (1935)

When We Were Coloniesby Daniel C. Knowlton; Charles M. Gill
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 472-473 (1935)

Strayer-Upton Practical Arithmeticsby George Drayton Strayer; Clifford Brewster Upton
, The Elementary School Journal 35(6): 476-477 (1935)

Diagnostic and Remedial Reading. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 33(5): 346-357 (1933)

Still More Ado about Zero
, The Elementary School Journal 33(5): 358-364 (1933)

The Activity Movementby Clyde Hissong
, The Elementary School Journal 33(5): 389-391 (1933)

The Measurement of General Spelling Ability Involving Controlled Comparisons between Techniquesby Walter Wellman Cook
, The Elementary School Journal 33(5): 393-394 (1933)

Changing Governments and Changing Cultures: The World's March toward Democracyby Harold Rugg
, The Elementary School Journal 33(5): 395-397 (1933)

Nature and Amount of Arithmetic in Readers for Grades I and Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 36(7): 527-540 (1936)

L'cole primaire en France: Ses origines-ses diffrentes aspects au cours des sicles-ses luttes-ses victoires-sa mission dans la dmocratieby Alexis Laud; Emile Glay
, The Elementary School Journal 36(7): 549-550 (1936)

The Life and Work of the Citizenby Howard C. Hill
, The Elementary School Journal 36(7): 550-552 (1936)

Jones-Wheat Arithmeticsby Robert L. Jones; Harry G. Wheat
, The Elementary School Journal 36(7): 553-555 (1936 )

The Thorndike Library: Andersen's Fairy Talesby Hans Christian Andersen; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: Black Beautyby Anna Sewell; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: Heidiby Johanna Spyri; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: The Little Lame Princeby Miss Mulock; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: The Water Babiesby Charles Kingsley; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: Pinocchioby Carlo Collodi; Edward L. Thorndike;The Thorndike Library: A Wonder Bo
, The Elementary School Journal 36(7): 555-556 (1936)

Directing Learning in the Elementary Schoolby Walter S. Monroe; Ruth Streitz
, The Elementary School Journal 33(8): 628-629 (1933)

Achievement in the Junior High Schoolby Bancroft Beatley
, The Elementary School Journal 33(8): 629-631 (1933)

A Study of the Effects of the Teacher Tenure Law in New Jerseyby Raleigh W. Holmstedt
, The Elementary School Journal 33(8): 632-633 (1933)

Interrelations in the Behavior of Young Childrenby Ruth E. Arrington
, The Elementary School Journal 33(8): 633-635 (1933)

Corrective Arithmetic, Volume Iiby Worth J. Osburn
, The Elementary School Journal 30(8): 627-630 (1930)

Studies in Service and Self-Controlby Hugh Hartshorne; Mark A. May; Julius B. Maller
, The Elementary School Journal 30(8): 634-636 (1930)

How People Look at Pictures: A Study of the Psychology of Perception in Artby Guy Thomas Buswell
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 66-67 (1936)

Parent Preferences of Young Childrenby Margarete Simpson
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 69-70 (1936)

Music Appreciation for Every Child: A Series of Progressive Lessons in Listening for the Grades and Junior High School, Primary Gradesby Mabelle Glenn; Margaret Lowry;The Silver Book of Songs: Song Material for All Gradesby Clella Lester Perkins
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 70-71 (1936)

Finding the New World: From Leif the Lucky to the Pilgrims of Plymouthby Walter Taylor Field
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 71-72 (1936)

Our Ancestors in the Ancient World: How They Livedby Ethel Imogene Salisbury; Lulu M. Stedman
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 72-74 (1936)

Millions of Years in a Winterby Edna Bridge Leining
, The Elementary School Journal 37(1): 74-75 (1936)

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavior-Problem Childrenby Harry J. Baker; Virginia Traphagen;Case Record Based on the Detroit Scale of Behavior Factorsby Harry J. Baker; Virginia Traphagen
, The Elementary School Journal 37(4): 308-309 (1936)

Children's Fearsby Arthur T. Jersild; Frances B. Holmes
, The Elementary School Journal 37(4): 309-310 (1936)

Statistics for Students of Psychology and Educationby Herbert Sorenson
, The Elementary School Journal 37(4): 312-313 (1936)

Creative School Musicby Lillian Mohr Fox; L. Thomas Hopkins
, The Elementary School Journal 37(4): 313-315 (1936)

Good English Through Practiceby Edward Harlan Webster; John E. Warriner
, The Elementary School Journal 37(4): 316-317 (1936)

The Vocabulary of Children's Letters Written in Life outside the School
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 358-370 (1934)

Lateral Dominance and Visual Fusion: Their Application to Difficulties in Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Speechby Charles A. Selzer
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 387-389 (1934)

The Art of Educational Research: Its Problems and Proceduresby Harold H. Abelson
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 389-391 (1934)

Budgetary Practices in Public School Administrationby Chris A. de Young
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 392-393 (1934)

Everyday Problems in Healthby Frank Merrill Wheat; Elizabeth T. Fitzpatrick
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 393-395 (1934)

Enjoyment and Use of Art in the Elementary Schoolby Jessie Todd; Ann van Nice Gale
, The Elementary School Journal 34(5): 395-396 (1934)

The Reorganization of Secondary Educationby Francis T. Spaulding; O. I. Frederick; Leonard V. Koos
, The Elementary School Journal 34(10): 787-789 (1934)

Provisions for Individual Differences, Marking, and Promotionby Roy O. Billett
, The Elementary School Journal 34(10): 789-792 (1934)

Education and Certification of Elementary Teachersby Frank P. Bachman
, The Elementary School Journal 34(10): 795-796 (1934)

Home Room Guidanceby Harry C. McKown
, The Elementary School Journal 34(10): 796-797 (1934)

United States History by Unitsby Robert B. Weaver; Howard C. Hill
, The Elementary School Journal 34(10): 797-799 (1934)

Testing and the Uses of Test Resultsby Edward A. Lincoln; Linwood L. Workman
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 310-311 (1935)

Scouting in the Schools: A Study of the Relationships between the Schools and the Boy Scouts of Americaby Ray O. Wyland
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 311-313 (1935)

The Thorndike-Century Junior Dictionaryby E. L. Thorndike
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 313-315 (1935)

Hidden Treasures in Literatureby Luella B. Cook; George W. Norvell; William A. McCall
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 315-316 (1935)

Science Storiesby Wilbur L. Beauchamp; Gertrude Crampton; Harriet M. Fogg; William S. Gray
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 316-317 (1935)

Fun with Flutesby David Dushkin
, The Elementary School Journal 36(4): 317-318 (1935)

A Graphic Method of Obtaining the Partial-Correlation Coefficients and the Partial-Regression Coefficients of Three or More Variablesby Ernest Richard Wood
, The Elementary School Journal 31(9): 708-709 (1931)

New Schools for Young India: A Survey of Educational, Economic, and Social Conditions in India with Special Reference to More Effective Educationby William J. McKee
, The Elementary School Journal 31(9): 711-712 (1931)

The Stars Through Magic Casementsby Julia Williamson
, The Elementary School Journal 31(9): 715-716 (1931)

Guidance in Secondary Schoolsby Leonard V. Koos; Grayson N. Kefauver
, The Elementary School Journal 33(2): 147-148 (1932 )

Problems in the Training of Certain Special-Class Teachersby Louis M. Schleier
, The Elementary School Journal 33(2): 150-152 (1932)

The Wholesome Personality: A Contribution to Mental Hygieneby William H. Burnham
, The Elementary School Journal 33(2): 152-154 (1932)

Standard Tests in the Elementary School: Nursery School to Sixth Gradeby L. W. Webb; Anna Markt Shotwell
, The Elementary School Journal 33(2): 154-155 (1932)

Free Services Offered Children by Museums and Art Galleries. Ii
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 123-130 (1934)

The Financing of Institutions of Public Instruction in Franceby Fletcher Harper Swift
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 147-148 (1934)

Character Education in Soviet Russiaby William Clark Trow; Paul D. Kalachov
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 148-150 (1934)

The Character Emphasis in Education: A Collection of Materials and Methodsby Kenneth L. Heaton
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 150-151 (1934)

Children of Preschool Age: Studies in Socio-Economic Status, Social Adjustment, and Mental Ability, with Illustrative Casesby Ethel Kawin;Problems of Preschool Age: Nine Case Studiesby Ethel Kawin
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 151-153 (1934)

The Library in the Schoolby Lucile F. Fargo
, The Elementary School Journal 35(2): 156-157 (1934)

A Critical Evaluation of a Supervisory Program in Kindergarten-Primary Gradesby Julia Letheld Hahn
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 67-68 (1932)

Henry Barnard on Educationby John S. Brubacher
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 68-69 (1932)

The School Status of the Hard of Hearing Child: An Analysis of the Intelligence, the Achievement, and Certain Personality Traits of the Hard of Hearing School Childby Richard Madden
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 69-70 (1932)

Anger in Young Childrenby Florence L. Goodenough
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 70-71 (1932)

School Ventilation: Principles and Practicesby C.-E. A. Winslow
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 72-73 (1932)

Child and Universeby Bertha Stevens
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 73-74 (1932)

A Practical Reader for Adultsby Josephine Dwight Mason; Gertrude E. O'Brien
, The Elementary School Journal 33(1): 74-75 (1932)

Federal and State Policies in Public School Finance in the United Statesby Fletcher Harper Swift
, The Elementary School Journal 32(6): 467-469 (1932)

The Educational Work of Thomas Jeffersonby Roy J. Honeywell; Thomas Jefferson
, The Elementary School Journal 32(6): 469-470 (1932)

The Social Studies in the Primary Gradesby Grace E. Storm
, The Elementary School Journal 32(6): 471-472 (1932)

The Psychology of Exceptional Childrenby Norma V. Scheidemann
, The Elementary School Journal 32(6): 472-474 (1932)

The Marywood Readers: Tom and Ruth (Pre-Primer)by Mary Estelle;The Marywood Readers: Tom and Ruth Stories (Primer)by Mary Estelle;The Marywood Readers: Friends of Ours (First Reader)by Mary Estelle;The Marywood Readers: Happy Times (Second Reader)by Mary Estelle;The Marywood Readers: Stories and Journeys (Third Reader)by Mary Estelle
, The Elementary School Journal 32(6): 476-477 (1932)

Supervision of Religious Educationby Ernest John Chave
, The Elementary School Journal 32(10): 789-791 (1932)

Hearing and the School Child: Hearing, School Progress and Achievement of Public School Childrenby John L. Waldman; Francis A. Wade; Carl W. Aretz
, The Elementary School Journal 32(10): 794-796 (1932)

Psychology and the New Educationby S. L. Pressey
, The Elementary School Journal 35(1): 67-68 (1934)

Studies in the Psychology of Artby Norman C. Meier
, The Elementary School Journal 35(1): 71-72 (1934)

The Vocabulary of Arithmeticby G. T. Buswell; Lenore John
, The Elementary School Journal 32(1): 67-69 (1931)

Industrial Arts for Public School Administratorsby Frederick Gordon Bonser
, The Elementary School Journal 32(1): 69-71 (1931)

The Psychology of the Elementary Schoolby Harry Grove Wheat
, The Elementary School Journal 32(1): 71-72 (1931)

New Junior Business Trainingby Frederick G. Nichols
, The Elementary School Journal 32(1): 74-75 (1931)

Classroom Scaler and Graderby Charles Russell
, The Elementary School Journal 32(7): 549-550 (1932)

Socialized History of the United Statesby Charles Garrett Vannest; Henry Lester Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 32(7): 551-552 (1932)

Star Myths from Many Landsby Dorothy Waties Renick
, The Elementary School Journal 32(7): 552-553 (1932)

Real Life Stories: Sixth Reader, Heroic Deedsby W. W. Theisen; Sterling A. Leonard
, The Elementary School Journal 32(7): 553-554 (1932)

Practical Hygiene Seriesby Francis M. Walters
, The Elementary School Journal 32(7): 554-555 (1932)

Consistency of Pupil Response on Tests of Reading Comprehension
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 533-536 (1934)

The Administration of Merit-Type Teachers' Salary Schedulesby Lloyd Percy Young
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 547-548 (1934)

An Orientation Course in Educationby Joseph S. Butterweck; J. Conrad Seegers
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 548-549 (1934)

The School and the Community: A Study of Local Control in the Public Schools of Massachusettsby L. Leland Dudley
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 549-551 (1934)

Art Stories, Book Oneby William G. Whitford; Edna B. Liek; William S. Gray
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 551-552 (1934)

Music in Rural Education: A Program for the Teacher in One- and Two-Room Schools, Based on "The Music Hour," One-Book Courseby Osbourne McConathy; W. Otto Miessner; Edward Bailey Birge; Mabel E. Bray
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 552-553 (1934)

Junior English in Actionby J. C. Tressler; Marguerite B. Shelmadine
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 553-554 (1934)

Builders of Our Nationby Olive E. Smallidge; Frederic L. Paxson
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 554-555 (1934)

An Evaluation of School Health Proceduresby Raymond Franzen
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 555-556 (1934)

Broadcasting Healthby J. Mace Andress; I. H. Goldberger
, The Elementary School Journal 34(7): 557-558 (1934)

Education as a Function of the State: Its Legal Implicationsby Lee O. Garber;The Courts and Public-School Propertyby Harold H. Punke
, The Elementary School Journal 37(2): 148-149 (1936)

Education and Organized Interests in Americaby Bruce Raup
, The Elementary School Journal 37(2): 149-150 (1936)

Some Parent-Child Relationships: As Shown in Clinical Case Studiesby Marian J. Fitz-Simons
, The Elementary School Journal 37(2): 151-152 (1936)

Problems of Our Timesby Dudley S. Brainard; Leslie D. Zeleny
, The Elementary School Journal 37(2): 152-154 (1936)

Art Stories: Book Iiby William G. Whitford; Edna B. Liek; William S. Gray;Art Stories: Book Iiiby William G. Whitford; Edna B. Liek; William S. Gray
, The Elementary School Journal 37(2): 154-155 (1936)

Public School Support in the United States during Periods of Economic Depressionby Royce Stanley Pitkin
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 228-229 (1933)

Training in Objective Educational Measurements for Elementary School Teachersby Maxwell G. Park
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 229-231 (1933)

The Importance of Reading for Achieving in Grades Four, Five, and Sixby Dorris May Lee
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 231-233 (1933)

An Experimental Investigation of Eye Movements in Learning to Spell Wordsby Luther C. Gilbert
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 233-234 (1933)

A First Grade at Work: A Non-Reading Curriculum (Units of Work)by Lula E. Wright
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 234-236 (1933)

The Story of Earth and Skyby Carleton Washburne; Heluiz Washburne; Frederick Reed
, The Elementary School Journal 34(3): 236-238 (1933)

Improving Ability in Capitalization
, The Elementary School Journal 31(3): 216-222 (1930)

English without Apology
, The Elementary School Journal 31(3): 223-226 (1930)

Research Methods and Teachers' Problems: A Manual for Systematic Studies of Classroom Procedureby Douglas Waples; Ralph W. Tyler
, The Elementary School Journal 31(3): 228-229 (1930)

Reading Activities in the Primary Gradesby Grace E. Storm; Nila B. Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 31(3): 233-234 (1930)

Science in the Service of Healthby Elliot R. Downing
, The Elementary School Journal 31(3): 234-236 (1930)

School Revenueby Henry C. Morrison
, The Elementary School Journal 30(10): 787-789 (1930)

A Critical Study of the Existing Organization and Administration of Supervisionby Ernest O. Melby
, The Elementary School Journal 30(10): 789-791 (1930)

Psychology for Teachers: Purposive Behavior, the Foundation of Learningby Ellsworth Collings; Milbourne O. Wilson
, The Elementary School Journal 30(10): 794-795 (1930)

The New Education in the German Republicby Thomas Alexander; Beryl Parker
, The Elementary School Journal 30(10): 796-798 (1930)

A Social Basis of Educationby Harold S. Tuttle
, The Elementary School Journal 35(4): 307-308 (1934)

Language in the Elementary School: Spelling, Composition, and Writingby Paul McKee;Reading and Literature in the Elementary Schoolby Paul McKee
, The Elementary School Journal 35(4): 309-310 (1934)

Nelson's Junior Literature: Seventh Yearby David Goldwasser
, The Elementary School Journal 35(4): 314-315 (1934)

Early America: A History of the United States to 1789by James A. Woodburn; Howard C. Hill
, The Elementary School Journal 35(4): 315-316 (1934)

Champion Arithmeticsby Joseph C. Brown; Helen Cook Mirick; Freeman J. Guy; Albert C. Eldredge
, The Elementary School Journal 35(4): 316-317 (1934)

School Publicityby Belmont Farley
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 228-229 (1934)

Desirable Physical Facilities for an Activity Programby Frank M. Long
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 230-231 (1934)

School Financeby William G. Carr
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 231-233 (1934)

Nonathletic Extracurriculum Activitiesby William C. Reavis; George E. van Dyke
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 234-236 (1934)

Mental Hygiene of the School Childby Percival M. Symonds
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 236-237 (1934)

Travel by Air, Land, and Sea: A Reader for Elementary Gradesby Hanson Hart Webster;Klaas and Jansjeby Virginia Olcott
, The Elementary School Journal 35(3): 237-238 (1934)

Dynamics of Population: Social and Biological Significance of Changing Birth Rates in the United Statesby Frank Lorimer; Frederick Osborn
, The Elementary School Journal 35(9): 709-710 (1935)

Child Psychologyby George D. Stoddard; Beth L. Wellman
, The Elementary School Journal 35(9): 710-711 (1935)

Le franais vivantby Jacob Greenberg
, The Elementary School Journal 35(9): 713-714 (1935)

Thinking, Speaking, and Writingby Benjamin Veit
, The Elementary School Journal 35(9): 714-716 (1935)

Guided Steps in Arithmeticby Henry Garland Bennett; N. Conger; Gladys Pelton Conger
, The Elementary School Journal 35(9): 716-717 (1935)

Character Education: A Program for the School and the Homeby Charles E. Germane; Edith Gayton Germane
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 548-549 (1930)

Developing Appreciation Through Teaching Literatureby Angela Marie Broening
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 549-550 (1930)

Art and Educationby John Dewey
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 550-551 (1930)

Principles of Teaching and Learning in the Elementary School: An Interpretation of Modern School Procedures in the Light of Our Present Knowledge of the Laws of Learningby Lois Coffey Mossman
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 552-553 (1930)

Pyle, Training Children: Principles and Practiceby William Henry
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 554-555 (1930)

Progressive Teaching: An Interpretation for the Guidance of Teaching in the Public Schoolsby A. Gordon Melvin
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 555-556 (1930)

A Citizenship Program for Elementary Schoolsby Edith E. Beechel
, The Elementary School Journal 30(7): 556-557 (1930)

Improving Instruction in Reading: An Experimental Studyby William S. Gray; Gertrude Whipple
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 467-468 (1934)

The Handicapped Child. Section Iv, The Handicapped: Prevention, Maintenance, Protectionby The Committee on Physically and Mentally Handicapped; William J. Ellis
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 468-470 (1934)

The Method and Technique of Teachingby Percival R. Cole
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 471-472 (1934)

Management and Teaching Technique in the Elementary Schoolby George A. Retan
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 472-474 (1934)

The Effect of Certain Factors in the Verbal Arithmetic Problem upon Children's Success in the Solutionby Grace A. Kramer
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 474-475 (1934)

Everyday Problems in Classroom Management: A Case and Problem Bookby Edwin J. Brown
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 476-477 (1934)

Stimulation of Educational Undertakings: A Study of School Support in New York Cities and Villages under Earmarked and Non-Earmarked State Subsidy Plansby J. Wayne Wrightstone
, The Elementary School Journal 34(6): 477-478 (1934)

A Study of Homogeneous Grouping in Terms of Individual Variations and the Teaching Problemby Marvin Y. Burr
, The Elementary School Journal 32(2): 148-150 (1931)

The Teacher's Relationshipsby Sheldon Emmor Davis
, The Elementary School Journal 32(2): 150-151 (1931)

The Treatment of Behavior Disorders Following Encephalitis: An Experiment in Re-Educationby Earl D. Bond; Kenneth E. Appel
, The Elementary School Journal 32(2): 151-153 (1931)

Principles of Guidanceby Arthur J. Jones
, The Elementary School Journal 35(7): 551-552 (1935)

Principles of Educationby James L. Mursell;A Workbook in Principles of Educationby James L. Mursell
, The Elementary School Journal 35(7): 554-555 (1935)

The Story Telling Hourby Carolyn S. Bailey
, The Elementary School Journal 35(7): 557-558 (1935)

The Development of Modern Education: In Theory, Organization, and Practiceby Frederick Eby; Charles Flinn Arrowood
, The Elementary School Journal 36(2): 147-148 (1935)

The Psychology and Teaching of Spellingby Thomas George Foran
, The Elementary School Journal 36(2): 149-151 (1935)

Science in the New Education: As Applied to the Elementary Schoolby S. R. Slavson; Robert K. Speer
, The Elementary School Journal 36(2): 151-153 (1935)

Achievement Scales in Physical Education Activities: For Boys and Girls in Elementary and Junior High Schoolsby N. P. Neilson; Frederick W. Cozens
, The Elementary School Journal 36(2): 153-155 (1935)

Principles of Elementary Educationby Herbert G. Lull
, The Elementary School Journal 36(5): 388-389 (1936)

The Foundations of Human Nature: The Study of the Personby John Morris Dorsey
, The Elementary School Journal 36(5): 393-394 (1936)

The Teaching of History Through Dramatic Presentationby Eleanore Hubbard
, The Elementary School Journal 36(5): 394-395 (1936)

Adventures in Old World Historyby Hattie L. Hawley
, The Elementary School Journal 36(5): 395-396 (1936)

Literature and the Childby Blanche E. Weekes
, The Elementary School Journal 36(5): 396-397 (1936)

The Fusion of Social Studies in Junior High Schools: A Critical Analysisby Howard E. Wilson
, The Elementary School Journal 34(9): 710-711 (1934)

The Health School on Wheelsby J. Mace Andress; I. H. Goldberger
, The Elementary School Journal 34(9): 713-715 (1934)

Our Beginnings in the Past: A First Book in Historyby Daniel C. Knowlton; Armand J. Gerson;Our Past in Western Europe: A Second Book in Historyby Daniel C. Knowlton; Mary A. Wheeler
, The Elementary School Journal 34(9): 715-716 (1934)

Budgeting in Public Schoolsby Chris A. de Young
, The Elementary School Journal 37(3): 226-227 (1936)

Principles and Statutory Provisions Relating to Recreational, Medical, and Social Welfare Services of the Public Schoolsby Everett C. Preston
, The Elementary School Journal 37(3): 229-230 (1936)

Education and the Social Conflictby Howard David Langford
, The Elementary School Journal 37(3): 230-232 (1936)

The Nature of the Supervision of Student-Teaching in Universities Using Co-Operating Public High Schoolsby Ralph F. Strebel
, The Elementary School Journal 37(3): 232-234 (1936)

Reading Readinessby M. Lucile Harrison
, The Elementary School Journal 37(3): 234-235 (1936)

Current Practices in the Organization of Elementary Schoolsby Henry J. Otto
, The Elementary School Journal 34(1): 67-68 (1933)

The Education of Young Children in Englandby Jewell Lochhead
, The Elementary School Journal 34(1): 69-70 (1933)

Teaching Proceduresby William Carl Ruediger
, The Elementary School Journal 34(1): 70-71 (1933)

The Operation and Effects of a Single Salary Scheduleby Rosewell Page Bowles
, The Elementary School Journal 34(1): 72-73 (1933)

Correction of Defective Speech: A Complete Manual of Psycho-Physiological Technique for the Treatment and Correction of the Defects of Speechby Edwin Burket Twitmyer; Yale Samuel Nathanson
, The Elementary School Journal 34(1): 73-75 (1933)

Legal Authority of Boards of Education to Enforce Rules and Regulations. I
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 446-459 (1931)

An Analysis of Spelling Errors: A Study of Factors Associated with Word Difficultyby James E. Mendenhall
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 467-469 (1931)

Psychological Service for School Problemsby Gertrude H. Hildreth
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 471-472 (1931)

Locating Educational Information in Published Sourcesby Walter S. Monroe; Thomas T. Hamilton,; V. T. Smith
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 472-473 (1931)

Play-Making and Plays: The Dramatic Impulse and Its Educative Use in the Elementary and Secondary Schoolby John Merrill; Martha Fleming
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 473-474 (1931)

Farm Children: An Investigation of Rural Child Life in Selected Areas of Iowaby Bird T. Baldwin; Eva Abigail Fillmore; Lora Hadley
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 474-475 (1931)

Our United States: A History of the Nationby James Albert Woodburn; Thomas Francis Moran; Howard Copeland Hill
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 475-476 (1931)

Junior Mathematicsby George Drayton Strayer; Clifford Brewster Upton
, The Elementary School Journal 31(6): 476-477 (1931)

Experimental Research in Educationby Walter S. Monroe; Max D. Engelhart
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 147-148 (1930)

The Evolution of the Common Schoolby Edward H. Reisner
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 148-149 (1930)

The Training of Elementary Teachers in Germanyby Thomas Alexander
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 149-151 (1930)

Familiar Haunts. The Wonder Road, Book Oneby Edwin Diller Starbuck;The Wonder Road: Book Two, Enchanted Pathsby Edwin Diller Starbuck; Frank K. Shuttleworth;The Wonder Road: Book Three, Far Horizonsby Edwin Diller Starbuck; Frank K. Shuttleworth
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 152-153 (1930)

Specimen Objective Examinationsby G. M. Ruch; G. A. Rice
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 153-154 (1930)

A Scientific Basis for Health Instruction in Public Schoolsby Laura Cairns
, The Elementary School Journal 31(2): 154-155 (1930)

The Teaching of Body Mechanics in Elementary and Secondary Schoolsby Ivalclare Sprow Howland
, The Elementary School Journal 37(10): 792-794 (1937)

The Professional Education of Elementary Teachers in the Field of Arithmeticby Arthur E. Robinson
, The Elementary School Journal 37(10): 794-795 (1937)

School Health Problemsby Laurence B. Chenoweth; Theodore K. Selkirk; Richard Arthur Bolt
, The Elementary School Journal 37(10): 795-796 (1937)

Taxes: Benefit and Burdenby M. Slade Kendrick; Charles H. Seaver
, The Elementary School Journal 37(10): 796-797 (1937)

Modern-Life Spellerby Fred C. Ayer; E. E. Oberholtzer; Clifford Woody
, The Elementary School Journal 37(10): 797-798 (1937)

What Our Schools Are Teaching: An Analysis of the Content of Selected Courses of Study with Special Reference to Science, Social Studies, and Industrial Artsby Herbert B. Bruner; Hubert M. Evans; Cecil R. Hutchcroft; C. Maurice Wieting; Hugh B. Wood
, The Elementary School Journal 42(8): 630-631 (1942)

Teacher-Pupil Relationshipsby Bernice Baxter
, The Elementary School Journal 42(8): 631-633 (1942)

Teacherby L. John Nuttall,
, The Elementary School Journal 42(8): 633-635 (1942)

Art in Elementary Educationby Leon Loyal Winslow
, The Elementary School Journal 43(4): 248-249 (1942)

Education for Economic Competence in Grades I to Vi: An Analysis of Courses of Study Illustrated with Sample Materialsby Ruth Wood Gavian
, The Elementary School Journal 43(4): 249-250 (1942)

Terminology and Definitions of Speech Defectsby Mardel Ogilvie
, The Elementary School Journal 43(4): 250-251 (1942)

Teaching Primary Readingby Edward William Dolch
, The Elementary School Journal 42(5): 389-390 (1942)

Employee Training in the Public Serviceby The Committee on Employee Training in the Public Service; Milton Hall
, The Elementary School Journal 42(5): 390-392 (1942)

Life in Early Americaby Mary G. Kelty;Life in Modern Americaby Mary G. Kelty
, The Elementary School Journal 42(5): 393-394 (1942)

Problems of Articulation between the Units of Secondary Educationby James W. Richardson
, The Elementary School Journal 41(5): 392-393 (1941)

The Social Agencies and Public Education in New York Cityby William Jansen
, The Elementary School Journal 41(5): 393-394 (1941)

Integrated Handwork for Elementary Schools: Teachers' Guide in Use and Techniquesby Louis V. Newkirk
, The Elementary School Journal 41(5): 396-397 (1941)

Modern Philosophies of Educationby John S. Brubacher
, The Elementary School Journal 40(9): 710-711 (1940)

A Charter for Progressive Educationby Lester Dix
, The Elementary School Journal 40(9): 714-715 (1940)

Science Problems for the Junior High School, Book Iiiby Wilbur L. Beauchamp; John C. Mayfield; Joe Young West
, The Elementary School Journal 40(9): 716-717 (1940)

Guiding Child Development in the Elementary Schoolby Freeman Glenn Macomber
, The Elementary School Journal 42(2): 147-148 (1941)

Guidance in Democratic Livingby Arthur D. Hollingshead
, The Elementary School Journal 42(2): 148-150 (1941)

The Fundamentals of Public School Administrationby Ward G. Reeder
, The Elementary School Journal 42(2): 150-151 (1941)

Building Better English: Step by Stepby Harry A. Greene; Maude McBroom; Ruth Moscrip; Norma Gillett;Building Better English: Day by Dayby Harry A. Greene; Maude McBroom; Ruth Moscrip; Norma Gillett;Building Better English: In School and outby Harry A. Greene; Maude McBroom; Ruth Moscrip; Norma Gillett;Building Better English: For Every Needby Harry A. Greene; Maude McBroom; Ruth Moscrip; Norma Gillett;Manual for "Building Better English: Step by Step"by Harry A. Greene; Maude McBroom;
, The Elementary School Journal 42(2): 153-154 (1941)

The Child and His Curriculumby J. Murray Lee; Dorris May Lee
, The Elementary School Journal 41(2): 150-151 (1940)

The Education of Exceptional Children: Its Challenge to Teachers, Parents, and Laymenby Arch O. Heck
, The Elementary School Journal 41(2): 153-154 (1940)

Democracy Readersby Prudence Cutright; W. W. Charters;School Friendsby Lois G. Nemec;Let's Take Turnsby Lois G. Nemec;Enjoying Our Landby Maybelle G. Bush;Your Land and Mineby Helen M. Brindl;Toward Freedomby Ruth Mills Robinson;Pioneering in Democracyby Edna Morgan;The Way of Democracyby Allen Y. King; Ida Dennis
, The Elementary School Journal 41(2): 155-156 (1940)

Child Life in School: A Study of a Seven-Year-Old Groupby Barbara Biber; Lois B. Murphy; Louise P. Woodcock; Irma S. Black
, The Elementary School Journal 43(5): 310-311 (1943)

Teaching Athletic Skills in Physical Educationby Henry C. Craine
, The Elementary School Journal 43(5): 311-312 (1943)

Book I, Modern Science in Our Environmentby Charles E. Dull; Paul B. Mann; Philip G. Johnson;Book Ii, Modern Science in Our Daily Lifeby Charles E. Dull; Paul B. Mann; Philip G. Johnson;Book Iii, Modern Science in Man's Progressby Charles E. Dull; Paul B. Mann; Philip G. Johnson
, The Elementary School Journal 43(5): 313-314 (1943)

Adapting Reading Programs to Wartime Needsby William S. Gray
, The Elementary School Journal 44(4): 244-245 (1943)

Mobilizing Educational Resources for Winning the War and the Peaceby Ernest O. Melby; Harold Benjamin; Kenneth Benne; Theodore Brameld; George S. Counts; Harold C. Hand; William H. Kilpatrick; John K. Norton
, The Elementary School Journal 44(4): 245-247 (1943)

Legends of the United Nationsby Frances Frost
, The Elementary School Journal 44(4): 247-248 (1943)

The Principal in the Modern Elementary Schoolby Robert Hill Lane
, The Elementary School Journal 45(4): 238-239 (1944)

Encyclopedia for Boys and Girls: A Modern Reference Bookby S. Johnson
, The Elementary School Journal 45(4): 240-241 (1944)

Encyclopedia of Child Guidanceby Ralph B. Winn
, The Elementary School Journal 44(8): 492-493 (1944)

The Hill County Plan for the Use of Elementary Extension Educationby Sylvia Haight; Rex Haight
, The Elementary School Journal 44(8): 493-494 (1944)

The New Trend Arithmeticby Harry O. Gillet; Thomas J. Durell; Fletcher Durell; Ben A. Sueltz
, The Elementary School Journal 39(9): 710-712 (1939)

Science Problems for the Junior High School, Book I. Basic Studies in Scienceby Wilbur L. Beauchamp; John C. Mayfield; Joe Young West
, The Elementary School Journal 39(9): 713-715 (1939)

Exploring Literature with Children in the Elementary Schoolby Jean Betzner
, The Elementary School Journal 44(10): 618-619 (1944)

University Extension in Adult Education: A Study Conducted under the Auspices of the National University Extension Associationby Clem O. Thompson
, The Elementary School Journal 44(10): 619-620 (1944 )

An Appraisal of Anecdotal Recordsby Arthur Emil Hamalainen
, The Elementary School Journal 44(10): 620-622 (1944)

Our Common Mooringby Ellis F. Hartford
, The Elementary School Journal 42(10): 792-793 (1942)

Sight Syllables versus Letter Phonics
, The Elementary School Journal 41(1): 38-42 (1940)

Psychiatric Clinics for Children: With Special Reference to State Programsby Helen Leland Witmer
, The Elementary School Journal 41(1): 74-75 (1940)

Educational Psychologyby George W. Hartmann
, The Elementary School Journal 42(4): 308-310 (1941)

Three Hundred Gifted Children: A Follow-Up Study of the Results of Special Education of Superior Childrenby Merle R. Sumption
, The Elementary School Journal 42(4): 310-312 (1941)

The Art Class in Action: A Collection of Technical Information and Suggested Activities for Schoolsby Joicey M. Horne
, The Elementary School Journal 42(4): 312-313 (1941)

Measurements of Human Behaviorby Edward B. Green
, The Elementary School Journal 42(4): 313-315 (1941)

Training in Democracy: The New Schools of Czechoslovakiaby Francis H. Stuerm
, The Elementary School Journal 39(2): 147-148 (1938)

Characteristics of Good and Poor Spellers: A Diagnostic Studyby David Harris Russell
, The Elementary School Journal 39(2): 151-152 (1938)

Our Ways of Living: Living in Many Landsby Howard E. Wilson; Florence H. Wilson; Bessie P. Erb;Our Ways of Living: Where Our Ways of Living Come fromby Howard E. Wilson; Florence H. Wilson; Bessie P. Erb;Our Ways of Living: Living in the Age of Machinesby Howard E. Wilson; Florence H. Wilson; Bessie P. Erb;Our Ways of Living: Richer Ways of Livingby Howard E. Wilson; Florence H. Wilson; Bessie P. Erb
, The Elementary School Journal 39(2): 152-153 (1938)

The Child at Home and Schoolby Edith M. Leonard; Lillian E. Miles; Catherine S. van der Kar
, The Elementary School Journal 43(1): 54-55 (1942)

Methods of Teaching in Town and Rural Schoolsby E. L. Ritter; L. A. Shepherd
, The Elementary School Journal 43(1): 56-57 (1942)

We Talk and Writeby L. J. O'Rourke; Kathryn White; Edith Austin Dinwoodey; Juanita S. Winn
, The Elementary School Journal 43(1): 58-59 (1942)

Living Together on the Farm and in a Villageby Eston V. Tubbs;Living Together in Large Citiesby Eston V. Tubbs;Living Together in Towns and Small Citiesby Eston V. Tubbs
, The Elementary School Journal 43(1): 59-60 (1942)

Better Men for Better Times
, The Elementary School Journal 44(9): 553-554 (1944)

The Development of Education in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguayby Charles Henry Schutter
, The Elementary School Journal 44(9): 555-556 (1944)

Streamlining Arithmeticby Louis E. Ulrich,
, The Elementary School Journal 44(9): 556-557 (1944)

Canada My Neighborby Harold B. Clifford
, The Elementary School Journal 44(9): 557-558 (1944)

Family Living and Our Schools: Suggestions for Instructional Programsby Bess Goodykoontz; Beulah I. Coon
, The Elementary School Journal 41(9): 708-709 (1941)

Growth and Decline of Agricultural Villagesby David Ross Jenkins
, The Elementary School Journal 41(9): 709-711 (1941)

Material Facilities Needed in the Training of Intermediate Grade Teachers in Scienceby Harry Allen Cunningham
, The Elementary School Journal 41(9): 711-712 (1941)

The Child and Thingsby Edwina Fallis
, The Elementary School Journal 41(9): 713-714 (1941)

[Correction]: A Living Philosophy of Education
, The Elementary School Journal 41(9): 714-716 (1941)

Science in Childhood Educationby Gerald S. Craig
, The Elementary School Journal 45(2): 116-117 (1944)

The Pacific: Its Lands and Peoplesby Frances Carpenter;Latin America: Twenty Friendly Nationsby Prudence Cutright; W. W. Charters; George I. Snchez
, The Elementary School Journal 45(2): 118-119 (1944)

The Education of Teachers: Outcomes of the Michigan Cooperative Teacher Education Studyby David M. Trout
, The Elementary School Journal 44(6): 366-367 (1944)

Health of Our Nationby Clifford Lee Brownell; Jesse Feiring Williams
, The Elementary School Journal 44(6): 367-368 (1944)

The Readability of Certain Type Sizes and Forms in Sight-Saving Classesby Harold J. McNally
, The Elementary School Journal 44(6): 368-369 (1944)





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