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1. Anonym (1900) Textile Work at the Dewey School. American Kitchen Magazine 12, 137-138.
2. Andrews, Katharine (1900) Experiments in Plant Physiology. Elementary School Record 1(4), 101-110.
3. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1900) French. Elementary School Teacher 1(2), 151-153.
4. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1900) French. Elementary School Teacher 1(3), 227-229.
5. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1900) French. Elementary School Teacher 1(4), 305-309.
6. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1901) French. Elementary School Teacher 1(5), 416-417.
7. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1901) French. Elementary School Teacher 1(2), 523-528.
8. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1900) French. Elementary School Teacher 2(1), 88-91.
9. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1900) French. Elementary School Teacher 2(2), 124-128.
10. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1902) French. Elementary School Teacher 3(3), 194-199.
11. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1902) Course of Study in French for the Grades. Elementary School Teacher 3(1), 54-57.
12. Ashleman, Ada Loreley (1907) The Educational Value of the Dramatic Method in Foreign Language Teaching. MA-Thesis, University of Chicago.
13. Bacon, Georgia A. (1900) History. Elementary School Record 1(8), 204-209. 14. Ball, Frank (1900) Manual Training. Elementary School Record 1 (7), 177-185.
15. Camp, Katherine B. (1900) Science in Elementary Education. Elementary School Record 1(6), 155-166.
16. Camp, Katherine B. (1901) Household Occupations in Primary Grades. Manual Training Magazine 3(1), 20-25; reprinted in Review of Education 7 (November 1901), 138-141.
17. Camp, Katherine B. (1903) Elementary Science Teaching in the Laboratory School I- II. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 661-667; Elementary School Teacher 4(1), 1-8.
18. Camp, Katherine B. (1903) Primitive History in Primary Grades of the Laboratory School I-II. Elementary School Teacher 3 (10), S. 668-679; Elementary School Teacher 4(2), 79-90.
19. Camp, Katherine B. (1904) Astro-Geography for Children. Elementary School Teacher 4(5), 290-295.
20. Camp, Katherine B. (1904) The Place of General Ideas as Controlling Factors. In: Elementary School Teacher 4(6), 377-381.
21. Cushman, Lillian S. (1900) Principles of Education as Applied to Art I-II. Elementary School Record 1(1), 3-11;
22. Cushman, Lillian S. (1903) Art, Syllabus of Courses in the Summer Quarter (School of Education). Theory and Practice of Expression in Drawing and Painting. Elementary School Teacher 3(9), 585.
23. Cushman, Lillian S. (1903) Elementary Art Teaching in the Laboratory School I-II. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 680-685; Elementary School Teacher 4(1), 9-15.
24. Cushman, Lillian S. (1904) Aesthetic Development of the Problems of the Future. Elementary School Teacher 4(7), 495-500.
25. Dewey, Alice C. (1903) The Place of the Kindergarten. Elementary School Teacher 3(5), 273-288.
26. Dewey, Alice C. (1903) Education Along the Lines of Least Resistance. Proceedings of the Illinois State Teachers Association 50,102-108.
27. Dey, Mary Helen (1902) Commentary on the First Epitre de l’Amant vert of Jean Lemaire de Belges. MA-Thesis, University of Chicago.
28. Gillet, Harry O. (1904): Physics in the Elementary School. Elementary School Teacher 4(10), 688-692.
29. Harmer, Althea (1900) Textile Industries. Elementary School Record 1(3), 71-81.
30. Harmer, Althea (1903) Elementary Cooking in the Laboratory School. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 706-709.
31. Harmer, Althea (1903) Introduction to the Primitive Textile Work in the Laboratory School. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 710-717.
32. Harmer, Althea (1903) Basketry. Elementary School Teacher 4(2), 116-119.
33. Harmer, Althea (1904) Textile Work Connected with American Colonial History. Elementary School Teacher 4(9), 661-672.
34. Kern, May Root (1900) Music. Elementary School Teacher 2(1), 87-88.
35. Kern, May Root (1900): Song Composition. Elementary School Record 1(1), 33-48.
36. Kern, May Root (1903): Elementary Music Teaching in the Laboratory School I-II. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 686-693, Elementary School Teacher 4(1), 16-33.
37. Kern, May Root (1904) Sight Reading for Normal and Subnormal Children. Elementary School Teacher 4(9), 629-637.
38. Lane, Ruth Winifred (1903) The Composition of the Aeneid. MA-Thesis, University of Chicago.
39. MacClintock, Porter Lander (1902) Literature in the Elementary School I-III. Elementary School Teacher 3(2), 87-95; Elementary School Teacher 3(3), 141-145; Elementary School Teacher 3(4), 205-213.
40. MacClintock, Porter Lander (1903) Fairy Tales as Literature in the School. Elementary School Teacher 3 (9), 609-619.
41. MacClintock, Porter Lander (1904) Concerning Drama and Oratory in the School. Elementary School Teacher 4(8), 601-604.
42. MacClintock, Porter Lander (1904) The Social Life of Children. Elementary School Teacher 5(4), 232-240.
43. McClintock, Porter Lander (1907) Literature in the Elementary School (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).
44. Osborn, Clinton S. (1901) The Teaching of Arithmetic and Elementary Algebra. M.A.-Thesis, University of Chicago.
45. Osborn, Clinton S. (1903) The Verb: A Question of Logic and Psychology. Elementary School Teacher 3(8), 530-532.
46. Runyon, Laura L. (1900) A Day with the New Education. Chautauquan 30, 589-592.
47. Runyon, Laura L. (1903) Elementary History Teaching in the Laboratory School I-II. Elementary School Teacher 3(10), 694-705; Elementary School Teacher 4(1), 34-50.
48. Runyon, Laura L. (1903-04) Elementary History Teaching I-III. Educational Era (Warrensburg, Missouri) 1(1), 2-15; Educational Era 1(2), 75-82; Educational Era 1(5), 222-230.
49. Runyon, Laura L. (1906) The Teaching of Elementary History in the “Dewey” School. M.A.-Thesis, University of Chicago.
50. Scherz, Anna T. (1904) The Dramatic Sense, an Aid in Learning a Foreign Language. Elementary School Teacher 4(8), 579-587.
51. Sinclair, Samuel B. (1903) The Possibility of a Science of Education. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago.
52. Smedley, Fred Warren (1896) A Report on the Measurements of the Sensory and Motor Abilities of the Pupils of the Chicago University Primary School and the Pedagogical Value of Such Measurements. Transactions of the Illinois Society for Child Study 2(2), 85-90.
53. Tough, Mary (1900) Domestic Science in the University Elementary School of Chicago. Pratt Institute Monthly 8, 108-110.