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When we consider that there are, within our^ country, hundreds of thousands of youth of a school-going age whose future success, happiness and usefulness, depend in so great a degree upon the nature and extent of their school training and school influences, with what weighty power, for good or ill, does the consideration invest the tens of thousands of teachers to whose care and training they are intrusted !
The phrase "the schoolmaster is abroad" is on the tongue of all; and yet how few know aught of its origin or appreciate its force !
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Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. i 50 Wood's Intermediate, Botany, 2 50 Wood's New Class-Book of Botany, ... BARNES A Co., Ill & 113 WILLIAM STREET, (COPy FTl OP JOHN STBSST.) 1867. By his persevering efforts, he has risen N to a most exalted position of wealth, honor and influ- ence, and by his noble acts of munificence he has be- come the admiration of multitudes on both hemispheres.
And we speak neither from hearsay nor conjecture ; we speak from what we have seen and know, and what is susceptible of proof." All who consider the subject must admit that the teacher is called to labor in a f eld of vast influence. " yet let him persevere, trusting in Ilim fi-om whom cometh all needed assistance, ever aiming at a nearer approximation to the mark of perfection, ever striving to remove defects and cultivate excellences.
This the teacher should understand, and, though he may at times feel almost crushed by thq weight of his respons- ibilities, and be induced to exclaim *'Who is sufficient COMMON SCHOOLS. We regard him as a wise and judicious husbandman who carefully removes from his grounds all noxious weeds, and who so trains his vines and trees that they will not become fruitless and useless cumberers of the soil they occupy.
If, then, care, prudence, judgment and wisdom, are so essential to the successful prosecution of work whose nature is so ephemeral, how can we attach too much weight to high qualifications and skill in him who is to train and educate imperishable minds of the young?
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Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. Tho technical terms are largely dispensed with in favor of an easy and familiar style adapted to the smallest learner. More are annually sold than of all others combined. In all such cases he has made the proper acknowledgment ; and it is believed that the quotations he has made will not diminish the value of the work. Professional Feeling and Interest ; a Deep and Well-grounded Interest in Teaching, 76 CHAPTER XTH. ''In acknowledgment of the payment of that debt by the generation which preceded me in my native town of Dan vers, an4 to aid in its prompt future discharge, I give to the inhabitants of that town the sum of twenty THOUSAND DOLLARS for the promotion of knowledge and morality among them." If the author of this volume shall be instrumental o! The influence and importance of the office of an in« Btructor of youth cannot be easily over-estimated, and he who attempts to fill it should well consider the immense responsibilities which rest upon him.
We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. Darby's Southern Botany, 2 oo Embracing general Structural and Physiological Botany, with vegetable products, and deacriptlo Dfl of Southeni plants^ and a complete Flora of the Soutbem Stotea • V^ THB TEACHER AND THE PARENT; A nx Axm upov COMMON-SCHOOL EDUCATION; OOHTAIVI«« f RACTICAL SUGGESTIONS TO TEACHERS AND FARENIB BT /^ BY CHARLES NORTHBND, A. Having had an experience of nearly twenty years as an instructor in public schools, the author feels that he ^an, in some degree, appreciate the nature of the teach- er's work, the qualifications essential to a wise discharge c£ appropriate duties, and something of the trials, per- plexities, and pleasures, connected with the same. far he hae succeeded in accomplishiug his design, must be for others to decide. inspiring teachers with a stronger love for and devotion to their work, or shall say anything that will aid, encour- age or stimulate them in their arduous labors, — if he shall say aught that will tend to awaken parents to a proper understanding and performance of the duties they owe to public schools, — he will feel rewarded in the con- sciousness of having done something towards discharging his part Of obligations so beautifully expressed, in the sentiment above, as constituting the common debt of all, — something towards imparting to our common-school system vigor and efi Sciency. He should clearly comprehend the nature and magnitude of the duties he assumes, that he may correctly judge of his own fitness rightly to c Uscharge them.