Teacher's Manual of Geography


    WE have of late heard a good deal on the subject of how geography should be taught, but now we find an author who believes “that less energy devoted to improvement of methods, and a little more to the quality of the material taught, would not be amiss.” The author's view of the scope of geography is much broader than that generally accepted, and, in this country at least, the title “physical geography ” would be regarded as more appropriate.

    Teacher's Manual of Geography

    By J. W. Redway. (Boston, U.S.: D. C. Heath and Co., 1889.)

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    Teacher's Manual of Geography. Nature 41, 78 (1889). https://doi.org/10.1038/041078c0

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