04. Children's School/ Baker Demonstration School
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, articles and addresses, manuscripts for curriculum records, and miscellaneous items. Most records relating to the administration of the Demonstration School.
Administrative records of the Baker Demonstration School. Self study of the school. Newsletters. Newsletter and brochure for the Mary Crane Nursery School.
Programs, bulletins, advertisements and schedules for the Children's School of the National College of Education. Describes the services and curriculum of the school, special school events and fund raising campaigns. Also includes original announcement of the opening of the demonstration school at the National Kindergarten and Elementary College's new Evanston campus in 1926.
Contains student assessment and evaluation materials, including examples of report cards from other schools in the United States and notes on evaluating students.
Editions of the curriculum record and philosophy of the Children's School of the National College of Education, later the Baker Demonstration School.
48 glass lantern slides depicting the Baker Demonstration School and teachers in training at that school from the beginning of the 20th century to the 1920's.
Possibly a presentation designed for students that might enroll in the teacher training program and parents of children that might attend the children's school. Includes images of school children, students of the National College of Education, student plays and student activities.
Records of the Learning Resource Center of the National College of Education. Bulletin issues talking about the center and a floor plan of the center's facilities.
Psychological, linguistic and cognitive ability tests for children to be administered by schools and state testing agencies. Created by a number or publishers and authors. These tests were often administered by the university's Learning Resource Center.