Education: World Congress

Two thousand teachers gathered in Geneva's great exposition hall last week, roamed among 140 stands of educational exhibits. Teachers of children examined with interest a tremendous collection of the world's best children's books, partially selected by children themselves.* Progressive pedagogs stopped in the commercial section where educational films were being projected continually, or wandered to the exhibit of Britain's use of radio in teaching. Most modern, and with greatest possibilities perhaps, was a "home talkie" made by Home Talkie Productions, Inc., giving a biology professor's lecture as if he were...

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