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Arnheim, Karl Karlovich

Karl Karlovich Arnheim 1840–1888 - Russian educator Brother of the Doctor of Medicine, one of the first domestic pediatricians Fedor Karlovich Arnheim
Biography
Born in St. Petersburg September 17, 1840 Having lost his father at the age of eight, he was given a year later Orphanage at the St. Peter Lutheran School; then he graduated from the course in the real department of this school and entered the office, but stayed there for about 4 months and began to prepare for the university exam. He entered the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of St. Petersburg University and in 1861 graduated from the course as a real student. He began to teach physics and mathematics in the Karl May gymnasium. Soon, on September 25, 1862, he moved to the second gymnasium - teacher of cosmography. Having drawn attention to himself by exemplary conduct, Arnheim was invited by the teacher also to the schools e St. Peter and the Mariinsky Institute from 01091868, and then, on instructions, led the Helen Pavlovna, headed the School of St. Helena, which soon put on a par with other institutions of this type. He also taught at the Patriotic Institute. In 1867 he was drafted for of female educational institutions “A brief sketch of mathematical geography”, which underwent a number of reprints - the 14th edition appeared in 1912. Evaluating Arnheim's outstanding pedagogical abilities, he led Elena Pavlovna in 1872 invited him to take the place of the inspector of the Mariinsky Institute, where he continued to work with unfailing conscientiousness, energy and love for the upbringing and education of young generations Appointed on November 12, 1880 as assistant chief of St. Petersburg and Tsarskoye Selo women's gymnasiums, Arnheim, in 1885, after the appointment of And T Osinin as honorary trustee of all these gymnasiums and Chairman of the Council of Educational Institutions of the Institutions of the Empress Maria, took his place as Head of the Department. In the speeches made by Arnheim on the acts of all women's gymnasiums on May 28, 1886 and May 30, 1887, he vividly described the bright face of a humane, noble teacher who was able to inspire sincere sympathies of students Composed by Arnheim in 1867 "A Brief Outline of Mathematical Geography", in the second edition was significantly amended and supplemented, and in 1893 it appeared in the 5th edition. 3 July 15, 1888 In Oranienbaum Buried at Volkovsky Lutheran Cemetery [1]
Notes
↑ Petersburg Necropolis
Literature
Arnheim, Karl Karlovich // Russian Biographical Dictionary: 25 volumes - St. Petersburg — M, 1896-1918
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