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Education

Ellen G. White (1827-1915)

1. 01 - First Principles: Source and Aim of True Education
2. 02 - First Principles: The Eden School
3. 03 - First Principles: The Knowledge of Good and Evil
4. 04 - First Principles: Relation of Education to Redemption
5. 05 - Illustrations: The Education of Israel
6. 06 - Illustrations: The Schools of the Prophets
7. 07 - Illustrations: Lives of Great Men
8. 08 - The Master Teacher: The Teacher Sent From God
9. 09 - The Master Teacher: An Illustration of His Methods
10. 10 - Nature Teaching: God in Nature
11. 11 - Nature Teaching: Lessons of Life
12. 12 - Nature Teaching: Other Object Lessons
13. 13 - The Bible as an Educator: Mental and Spiritual Culture
14. 14 - The Bible as an Educator: Science and the Bible
15. 15 - The Bible as an Educator: Business Principles and Methods
16. 16 - The Bible as an Educator: Bible Biographies
17. 17 - The Bible as an Educator: Poetry and Song
18. 18 - The Bible as an Educator: Mysteries of the Bible
19. 19 - The Bible as an Educator: History and Prophesy
20. 20 - The Bible as an Educator: Bible Teaching and Study
21. 21 - Physical Culture: Study of Physiology
22. 22 - Physical Culture: Temperance and Dietetics
23. 23 - Physical Culture: Recreation
24. 24 - Physical Culture: Manual Training
25. 25 - Character Building: Education and Character
26. 26 - Character Building: Methods of Teaching
27. 27 - Character Building: Deportment
28. 28 - Character Building: Relation of Dress to Education
29. 29 - Character Building: The Sabbath
30. 30 - Character Building: Faith and Prayer
31. 31 - Character Building: The Lifework
32. 32 - The Underteacher: Preparation
33. 33 - The Underteacher: Co-operation
34. 34 - The Underteacher: Discipline
35. 35 - The Higher Course: The School of the Hereafter

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Summary

Ellen White said that one of the most delicate tasks in life was working with youthful minds. Teaching should be varied which can make it possible for the 'high and noble powers of the mind' to have a chance to progress. Educators of youth should be gentle and loving and have self control. Her idea of creating a Christian educational system is detailed in this book.