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Women’s Pedagogical Institute

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WOMEN’S Pedagogical Institute was an institution of higher education of the Department of Institutions of Empress Maria. It was established in 1903 on the basis of the Pedagogical Courses of the St. Petersburg Girls’ Gymnasia. Two departments were established: the Department of Philology and History and the Department of Physics and Mathematics. The institute trained teachers for women’s educational institutions and for the junior forms of boys’ gymnasia. It also trained home governesses and form-masters. Admission was competitive, based on references and the results of competitive examinations. Education lasted for four to four-and-a-half years. The students did practical teaching at the orphanage-day nursery, children's garden, elementary school and the girls’ gymnasia attached to the institute. S. P. Glazenap, P. F. Kapterev, S. F. Platonov (the first director), A. E. Presnyakov, P. N. Sakulin, M. R. Fasmer, Y. M. Shokalsky were among the lecturers of the institute. The building at 26 Malaya Posadskaya Street was reconstructed for the institute in 1904-06 (architects A. I. Zazersky, E. V. Starostin). In 1918, it was transformed into the First Petrograd State Pedagogical Institute. It was united with A. I. Herzen Pedagogical Institute in 1922.

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Glazenap Sergey Pavlovich
Herzen Alexander Ivanovich
Kapterev P.F.
Maria Fedorovna, Empress
Platonov Sergey Fedorovich
Presnyakov Alexander Evgenievich
Sakulin Pavel Nikitich
Shokalsky Yuly Mikhailovich
Starostin Vasily Vasilievich
Vasmer Max
Zazersky Alexey Ivanovich

Malaya Posadskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city, house 26

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