Teaching Technologies in the Early Modern Classroom

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library has published a new blog post about early modern teaching technologies.

This blog post focuses on the use of hornbooks in teaching basic reading.

Hornbook, Newberry Library

The post also briefly discusses early modern classrooms, using a famous printed image from the treatise, De arte grammatica, sive, De octo partibus orationi (1495).

De arte grammatica, sive, De octo partibus orationi (1495).

The Center for Renaissance Studies’ post on “Old School Classroom Technology” is available on the Newberry Library website.

This entry was posted in Cultural History, Early Modern Europe, Early Modern World, European History, History of the Book, Intellectual History, Material Culture, Rare Books and Pamphlets, Reformation History, Renaissance Art and History, Social History. Bookmark the permalink.

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