Rezener Fyodor( teacher and writer.)
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Biography Rezener Fyodor
1825 - 1881
He graduated from the course at St. Petersburg University for law school, he served first in the War Department. From 1859, Mr.. as a pedagogue, as a member of the St. Petersburg Pedagogical Society and a committee of literacy in the Free Economic Society and Managing Vasileostrovskogo free school (closed in 1866). In 1869, Mr.. Rezener was sent to committee Society for the device agricultural colonies in Russia, and vocational schools abroad, . to explore ways to correct the perverse children return from there (1870), . three years he served as Director of craft Correctional shelter near St. Petersburg,
. In strict accordance with his principle that the best corrective tool is the personal influence of the Director, he literally lived among the pupils and this reached amazing results. The last years of his life has been an educator Rezener shelter Timenkova and Frolova, teacher of Russian language in mitavskoy school and pedagogy in teaching women's seminary in Tver. Died insane. Major works Rezenera, . except translation: "Report on travel abroad" (Journal of Europe ", . 1870, . ? 10 - the first detailed article in Russian on the correctional facilities of Prussia, . Saxony, . Belgium, . Holland and Wц?rttemberg), . "Guide to the study of literacy" (St. Petersburg, . 1870, . compiled together with Volkov), . "The book to read when learning to read and write" (St. Petersburg, . 1870, . also with Volkov; edition 2-e, . 1874), . "What surrounds us" (reading to children middle-aged and older, . Petersburg., . 1876), . "A new library for youth; biographies of remarkable women" (St. Petersburg, . 1878), . "The letters, pictures, . benefit the study of literacy "(St. Petersburg, . 1879),
. In his pedagogical articles (in the "Teacher", . "Children's Reading", . "People's School", . "Female Education") Rezener with particular insistence held principle of respect for the individual child and excitement in him the moral dignity and noble ambition, he demanded the case of education, without any penalties,
. With a mass of diverse information, Rezener wrote lively and exciting. See. In obituary. Ostrogorsky in the Journal of Europe ", 1881,? 11, "Memories of the old student," Sorokina, in "Russian Antiquities", 1888,? 12; Languages "Review of the life and work of dead writers (Issue I and following); In. Ostrogorsky "From the history of my teaching" (St. Petersburg, 1895). V. P-in.