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Evolution of Teaching in the 20th Century

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Department
HISTORY
Course Code
HIST-2514
Professor
Sharon Wall

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The evolution of Teaching and Teacher Training in the Twentieth Century  1900­1950 mabel jones  1928 didn’t show up for school. She committed suicide  she was criticized  flag was always flying,that was wrong  students were marching in the schoolroom in a careless manner: failing at proper discipline  she was allowing students to waste their scribblers  1. the overview of conditions of teaching gradual feminization of teaching  most of the teachers gradually became women  1890’s women make up 75% of teachers  why? Because women were paid less. Women were not the breadwinners, to employ women was  cheaper for the public school system  negative views of womens intellectual fitness for teaching: they thought that women were not smart  enough or logical enough to be teachers  men taught more often at the high school level because of higher pay low wages industrial wages and teachers salaries were almost the same. Teachers make the same as factory  workers  many different grade levels of teaching  community surveillance people complained about unsatisfactory teachers  did not smoke, no drinking, no dance halls all considered wrong.  Bicycle: clothing not very practical for bicycling. The women who are wearing bloomers to ride  bicycles Male attention to a “bachelor town” Men were all over women teachers   2.) response to teaching conditions  quitting/moving :women were forced to quit once they got married. Unqualified teachers because  we would not let married ones teach  teacher organizations: do together with other people. Wanted to make people take education more seriously/raise pe
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