Cornella Connelly's Innovations in Female Education, 1846-1864: Revolutionizing the School Curriculum for Girls

Cornella Connelly's Innovations in Female Education, 1846-1864: Revolutionizing the School Curriculum for Girls

By: Roseanne McDougall (author), Sharon Latchaw Hirsh (foreword_author)Hardback

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About Author

Dr. McDougall is Assistant Professor of Religion at LaSalle University. She holds a doctorate in religion and education from Columbia University.

Contents

Illustrations; Foreword by Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, Ph.D., President of Rosemont College Acknowledgements; Abstract; Introduction; Cornelia Peacock Connelly: 1809-1879: Woman and Educator; 1 Beginnings: 1846-1848: Cornelia's Aims and Early Accomplishments in Derby; 2 Expansion: 1849-1855: St. Leonards and Its "Branches"; 3 Crystallization: 1856-1862: Roman Catholic Training College and Earlier Works; 4 Middle School Education and the Book of the Order of Studies, 1863-1864: Education for Girls of All Classes of Society; 5 Cornelia Connelly's Education for Girls of All Classes of Society: Summary and Implications; Sources Consulted and Select Bibliography; Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773451872
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 280
  • ID: 9780773451872
  • ISBN10: 0773451870

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