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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1904)
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r Our Entire Store Turned into One
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Pedagogical Club Meeting.
After a brirf nodal pn lod Protestor
1 uckey opened the meeting with a
practical talk on the plans ot the club
The club, which meets from month to
month, is temporary or supplemental .
There is also a permanent organiza
tion, which admits only graduat's and
that too graduate of special qualifica
tions. It is hoped to have arrange
ments made by permanent lubs in
different universltitcs by which a
member ot the club will be revived b
any othei club. Nebraska is taking
the initiative in bringing about such
Professor l-uckey also touched upon
the tact that a substantial number of
the members of the club have already
At the close of his preliminary re
maiks he introduced Superintendent
Stephens of the city schools, who spoke
on a siipeiintrndent's idea of intei
views with teachers who are seeking
positions, and his idra ot recommenda
tions, etc. He presented very clearly
and pointedly some useful hints on
these matters. His hints as to inter
views may be summed up in these
words. Me natural and frank, and
be sure you really know what joii are
Superintendent Stephens then pro
ceeded to speak of some qualifications
necissaiy for letainlng a position, car
riage, voice, quality of eye, earnest
ness. The next topic was the means of
judging a teacher.
I Manner of e onductlngthework
In connection with thejatter he em
phasized the kind of facta (type facts)
which should be presented. Results
should be those which typefy things
of real value. He also laid stress on
the power to develop a genuine Inter
est, and, coupled with tills, thorough
ness. As to the manner of managing
a school he suggested personality, apti
tude in presenting, magnetism and
Superintendent Stephens" addrcso
was a forcible presentation of facts
vhiih mutt be of service to those who
are about to enter th public schools
a" a t cache r.
Profest-or I.uckey next called upon
Professor Jackson to make spine re
marks as to the permanent club. The
plan is to hold a meeting some time
during commencement week, probably
on Alumni Day.
This meeting closed a successful
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