Seven Laws of Teaching
By John M. Gregory | Foreword by Troy Simmons | Introduced by Rylan R.P. Auger
J. M. Gregory (1822–1898) served as both an instructor and advocate for the improvement of educational practice. He firmly believed that teaching should aim at cultivating self-governance, commitment to society, and love for God. Through Gregory’s efforts, the Industrial University of Illinois was established. While he would go on to make other important accomplishments, The Seven Laws of Teaching remains arguably his greatest contribution to education today.
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