A useful article in The Spectator, January 21, 1888, states that manual instruction has been recommended from three standpoints ... In this respect good work has long been done at a few English public schools, and notably Clifton College. In practical chemistry and physics the little manuals by Messrs. Shenstone and Worthington (Rivingtons) are instances of good pioneer work in our first- grade schools.
|Title||:||Sonnenschein's Cyclopaedia of Education|
|Author||:||Alfred Ewen Fletcher|