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Teachers in Germany in the Sixteenth Century


Conditions in Protestant Elementary and Secondary Schools


Known as an author of education books, Robbins first wrote this piece as a dissertation at Teachers College, Columbia University. An historical expedition into the role of teachers in sixteenth-century Germany, Robbins muses over the conditions in the Protestant elementary and secondary schools of the past. Outlining the sources available, Robbins lists the kinds of teachers and their number. The character and training of teachers, as well as their appointment and tenure at the end of the Medieval Period are given considerable attention. Their economic conditions and professional and social relationships are examined in the context of their attitude towards their profession. This brief study will be of interest to any who wish to know about the history of the craft of teaching in Europe.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-297-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 196
Publication Date: May 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 128
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-297-0
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Known as an author of education books, Robbins first wrote this piece as a dissertation at Teachers College, Columbia University. An historical expedition into the role of teachers in sixteenth-century Germany, Robbins muses over the conditions in the Protestant elementary and secondary schools of the past. Outlining the sources available, Robbins lists the kinds of teachers and their number. The character and training of teachers, as well as their appointment and tenure at the end of the Medieval Period are given considerable attention. Their economic conditions and professional and social relationships are examined in the context of their attitude towards their profession. This brief study will be of interest to any who wish to know about the history of the craft of teaching in Europe.

Charles Leonidas Robbins (1867-1938) earned his Ph.D. at Teachers College, Columbia University and taught at the University of Iowa.

Known as an author of education books, Robbins first wrote this piece as a dissertation at Teachers College, Columbia University. An historical expedition into the role of teachers in sixteenth-century Germany, Robbins muses over the conditions in the Protestant elementary and secondary schools of the past. Outlining the sources available, Robbins lists the kinds of teachers and their number. The character and training of teachers, as well as their appointment and tenure at the end of the Medieval Period are given considerable attention. Their economic conditions and professional and social relationships are examined in the context of their attitude towards their profession. This brief study will be of interest to any who wish to know about the history of the craft of teaching in Europe.

Charles Leonidas Robbins (1867-1938) earned his Ph.D. at Teachers College, Columbia University and taught at the University of Iowa.

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  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (page 5)
  • CONTENTS (page 7)
  • Teachers in Germany in the Sixteenth Century (page 11)
  • CHAPTER II: KINDS OF TEACHERS AND THEIR NUMBER (page 23)
  • CHAPTER III: CHARACTER AND TRAINING (page 29)
  • CHAPTER IV: APPOINTMENT AND TENURE (page 46)
  • CHAPTER V: ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF TEACHERS (page 69)
  • CHAPTER VI: THE TEACHER'S OFFICIAL AND SOCIAL RELATIONS (page 93)
  • CHAPTER VII: THE TEACHER'S ATTITUDE TOWARD HIS PROFESSION (page 106)
  • CHAPTER VIII: SUMMARY OF TENDENCIES AND CONDITIONS (page 115)
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY (page 125)