What does it take to be a good teacher? Find out in this time-tested classic with an all-new introduction and study helps.
Canon Press has restored The Seven Laws of Teaching to its original 1886 text. In 1954, Baker Book House published a revised edition of The Seven Laws of Teaching that "abridged" much of the original Christian content and emphasis:
Not only does your Canon Press version give the unabridged, first-edition text, but we've also added a number of invaluable tools not available anywhere else:
- A powerful forward by Douglas Wilson, "The Seven Disciplines of Highly Effective Teachers,"
- Study Questions after each chapter by Dr. Larry Stephenson,
- New helpful appendices:
- Appendix A: List of the Seven Laws of Teaching,
- Appendix B: Self-Assessment Tool for Teachers by Dr. Stephenson,
- Appendix C: Sample Teacher Observation Form by Dr. Stephenson,
- Appendix D: Answers to the Study Questions,
- Endnotes on Historical Figures
Don't miss this vital book for teachers! For decades, John Milton Gregory's The Seven Laws of Teaching has been an essential guide for classical educators. Teachers everywhere—whether in schools, at home, in co-ops, or online—need this book. Whether you're experienced or just getting your feet wet, this edition of The Seven Laws of Teaching supplies methods and practical application for the classroom, homeschool, or online school.
John Milton Gregory was an American educator and proponent of classical liberal arts education who lived from 1822-1898. He was the influential first president of the University of Illinois. The Seven Laws of Teaching is his most well-known work.
Douglas Wilson is a pastor in Moscow, Idaho, a father of three, and grandfather of seventeen. He is the author of numerous books, including Decluttering Your Marriage, Future Men, and How to Exasperate Your Wife.
Dr. Larry Stephenson has spent over twenty-five years in educational administration and is currently the head of Logos Press Online School and several ACCS schools. He is the author of The Administrator's Handbook and The College Advising Handbook.
FOREWORD: Douglas Wilson
STUDY QUESTIONS: Dr. Larry Stephenson
PAGE COUNT: 160 pages
PUB. DATE: June 24, 2014
Really appreciated the Introduction by Douglas Wilson
This is an excellent resource for teacher development. It can be read and re-read with new growth each time.
If I had read this book while actually studying to be a teacher, I wouldn't have wasted so much energy in unneeded areas. This book is a blessing to everyone who reads it. When/If I start a school for the Lord, I will be content to hire teachers who have read this book and are willing to be taught, no other qualifications necessary.
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