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Teaching of Biology Science

Naturevolume 115pages712714 (1925) | Download Citation

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THE influence of Prof. Huxley has moulded education in many ways. Others will tell of his activities as a zoologist, as an administrator, and member of many Royal Commissions; and as an essayist and writer of text-books that profoundly affected the schools at the time when scientific subjects were first entering into competition with the strict discipline of the classics. But now, half a century after the event, it may not be so readily remembered that it is to Huxley's initiative that the current method of laboratory teaching of the biological sciences in universities and colleges is mainly due.

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