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Catherine Isabella Dodd, 1860-1932
Edith Caroline Wilson
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[Cherwell Hall, Training College for Women Secondary Teachers, Oxford; St Hilda's College, Oxford; Catherine Isabella Dodd (), educationalist] Publication details: Cherwell Hall, Oxford. Born in Castletown in to a Manx mother from Derbyhaven and a father from Staffordshire, Catherine Isabella Dodd had a remarkably successful teaching career that took her across the UK.
After being ‘Mistress of Method’ in the training department of the University of Manchester between andDodd moved to become Head of Milham. by Dodd, Catherine, I.  Book Description Published by Jarrolds Publishers London Limited, 34 Paternoster Row, London First Edition Sir Michael Ernest Sadler KCSI CB (3 July – 14 October ) was an English historian, educationalist and university administrator.
He worked at the universities of Manchester and was the Vice-Chancellor of the University of was also a champion of the English public school system. Buy Introduction to the Herbartian Principles of Teaching byDodd Catherine I online on at best prices.
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Introduction to the Herbartian Principles of Teaching. November 13 – Catherine Isabella Dodd, English education writer and novelist (born ) November 17 – Charles W. Chesnutt, American writer (born ) November 23 – Henry S. Whitehead, American genre novelist (gastric ailment, born ) Awards.
James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction: Helen de Guerry Simpson, Boomerang. Catherine Isabella Dodd, Educated at Swansea Teacher's College, taught at schools in Wales, the Midlands and Hull, before becoming head of a board school in Reading.
Appointed Mistress of Method at Owens in Introduction to the Herbartian Principles of Teaching by Dodd Catherine I, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Book Accession Code BV Call No.
DOR Contributor Dore, Gustave Place of Publication Chicago Publisher M.A. Donohue Publication Date c Physical Description Dodd, Catherine I., London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, (Book) DOD.
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Dodd ; with an introduction by W. Rein. Author Dodd, Catherine I. (Catherine Isabel), Research genealogy for Harriet Adams of Tynemouth, Northumberland, as well as other members of the Adams family, on Ancestry®.Isabella had 7 siblings: Mary Ann Tripp, Jane Dodd, Minnie Dodd, Agnes McLaren Dodd, Catherine Dodd, Millicent Dodd and Robert Dodd.
Isabella married Alexander Crosbie on April 28at age 21 in Otago, New Zealand.