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The American One-Room Schoolhouse

Henry R. Kaufmann

The American One-Room Schoolhouse

by Henry R. Kaufmann

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Published by Masthof Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12149602M
    ISBN 101883294541
    ISBN 109781883294540
    OCLC/WorldCa39364985

    Beyond the One-Room Schoolhouse. Sources. Schools. Before midcentury, most communities that devoted resources to public education would have felt a sense of accomplishment if they had managed to maintain a single, one-room building whose sole function was to serve as a school. One-room schoolhouses remained the backbone of American education for more than years. By the time of World War II, the era was waning and the little schools were closed as a trend toward consolidation began. Most of the early structures have since .

      However, generations of American youth were educated in one-room schoolhouses. The small buildings stood along the roadways of rural America and . One-room schools were commonplace throughout rural portions of various countries, including Prussia, Norway, Sweden, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and most rural and small town schools, all of the students met in a single room. There, a single teacher taught academic basics to several grade levels of elementary-age children.

    "Back then" was the s, and Miss Post was the teacher of the Hurlbutt Street School, Wilton's last one-room schoolhouse. To write "the" teacher seems slightly absurd nowadays, especially in the Author: Rudolph Chelminski. Nowadays, so many school buildings resemble factories; at one time, the schoolhouse was a more personal place. What author and photographer Paul Rocheleau has given us is a beautiful book on an iconic piece of Americana, the one-room schoolhouse.5/5(4).


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The American One-Room Schoolhouse by Henry R. Kaufmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

The American One-Room Schoolhouse Paperback – November 3, by Henry R. Kaufmann (Author)Author: Henry R. Kaufmann. What author and photographer Paul Rocheleau has given us is a beautiful book on an iconic piece of Americana, the one-room schoolhouse. The American One-Room Schoolhouse book traveled across the U.S.

to capture a representative sample of surviving examples of the one-room schoolhouse.5/5(9). THE ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE: Heynen, Jim: : Books. FREE Shipping. Get free shipping. Free day shipping within the U.S. when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon.

Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ (Prices may vary for AK and HI.)3/5(7). What author and photographer Paul Rocheleau has given us is a beautiful book on an iconic piece of Americana, the one-room schoolhouse.

Rocheleau traveled across the U.S. to capture a representative sample of surviving examples of the one-room schoolhouse/5. In smoothly written prose, Bial recounts the history of the American one-room schoolhouse from the early s to the s.

He discusses the reasons such schools flourished, typical methods of instruction and activities for students, and expectations for by: 1. Chapters feature the Amish one-room schoolhouse, the schoolteacher, school books, teaching apparatus, desks and chairs, and rules and regulations.

(70pp. illus. The One World Schoolhouse: Education Reimagined: Khan, Salman: : Books. FREE Shipping. Get free shipping. Free day shipping within the U.S. when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon. Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ (Prices may vary for AK and HI.)Cited by: American author Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote about her own schooling experiences in a one-room schoolhouse in her series of Little House books for children.

History › The American West › One-room schoolhouse ›. The Greek Revival architecture of the American one-room school is a symbolic reflection of our national democratic ideals.

More than one hundred and fifty years ago reformers and educators began to claim that the schoolhouse was fundamental to the education of our nation’s young. Oak Hill School Teacher ˇs Resource and Curriculum Guide A Typical School Day in the ˇs The one-room school day typically began at 8 a.m., after a 2- to 3- mile hike for children who didn ˇt own horses or ponies.

Long before the students were to arrive, the teacher, with the help of File Size: KB. The essence of American boys' practicality, perversity, and sweetness memorably captured in a hundred brief, reverberant tales of farm life, some reprinted from an earlier collection by poet Heynen (You Know What is Right, ).

Divided into six parts, Heynen's stories catalogue the daily brutality and beauty that shape the character of ``the boys,'' five or so brothers and their friends Author: Jim Heynen. One-room schoolhouses of northwest ohio Use one of the services below to sign in to PBS: You've just tried to add this video to My first, we need you to sign in to PBS using one of the.

The American one-room schoolhouse. [Henry J Kauffman] -- The Miller one-room elementary school located ten miles west of York, Pa., along route It is probably a fallacy to equate education with the number of years spent within the halls of a. Goals at The One Room Schoolhouse: * Help families write and document their genealogy & history.

Each family's history is a part of America's history. * Explore new ways to celebrate family. * Complete a series of postcard books dedicated to Louisville and Kentucky history. Their adventures are an education in the natural world, as well as an aknowledgment of what is both common and strange in human nature.

Whether true of just funny, sad or even magical, The One-Room Schoolhouse is indelibly : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. The One Room Schoolhouse. Home The Schools > Gallery The Book The Book Links About Joy Contact Links About Joy Contact Blog American Schoolhouses S.S.

22 Pend Oreille. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Rethinking School has been one of the most powerful books in my journey to start A One-Room Schoolhouse.

Background. To start, Susan Wise Bauer is one of the go-to gurus of the homeschool world. Many refer to her book The Well-Trained Mind as the “Bible” of homeschooling.

Many homeschool groups refer to this book as “required reading”. About The One-Room Schoolhouse In more than one hundred perfectly pitched, sometimes perverse, and always surprising stories, Jim Heynen displays his mastery of country wisdom, speech, and behavior as he reveals life in a Midwest where electricity is a magical novelty and cities a distant rumor.

The One-Room Schoolhouse consists of a series of very short stories, 2 or 3 pages on average, connected by setting and character. All the stories feature "the boys" as their protagonist, a group of pre-teen boys simply identified and acting as a group rather than as individuals/5.

THE ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE: Stories about the Boys User Review - Kirkus The essence of American boys' practicality, perversity, and sweetness memorably captured in a hundred brief, reverberant tales of farm life, some reprinted from an earlier collection by poet Heynen /5(2).

Teachers in one-room school houses often worked in isolation. Each year they followed a similar course of study for eight grades prescribed by the Ontario Ministry of Education. An inspector came by to the one-room school twice a year to check the register, ensure there were minimum teaching resources and that the school was in adequate.In books published in the US, the one-room schoolhouse is referred to as ‘a beloved national icon’ or a ‘small wonder’ The one-room schoolhouse is furthermore displayed on the cent piece of Iowa, on Christmas decorations, and in many paintings copied nationwide, including paintings by Grant Wood and Winslow Homer.

In several one-room schoolhouses were erected in front of the entrances to the Cited by: 1.The School Day. The one-room schoolteacher's day often began before dawn. He or she walked to school or rode a horse that was kept at a neighbor's farm during the school day.

In winter teachers walked or rode in horse-drawn sleds through the snowy darkness. Teachers worked hard to make students follow rules and study their lessons.