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His "Lebensblätter, Erinnerungen aus der Schulwelt" (1891) is a work of great interest.
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In 1850 appeared his best-known work, "Zur Pädagogik der Schule und des Hauses.
Aphorismen", which was translated into several languages.
In 1836 his father's normal school was enlarged into a seminary for teachers, of which the elder Kellner remained the head while Lorenz was made his only assistant.
In 1848 von Eichhorn, the Prussian minister of worship and education, called Lorenz to Marienwerder in West Prussia as member of the government district council and of the school-board.
In Coach Galetka's first year, her team won the school's first state championship in volleyball in 2001, followed by another state championship in 2004 and state runner up in 2005.
Coach Galetka was voted Coach of the Year by her peers in 04-05 and 07-08.
Prior to coming to UW-Marshfield/Wood County, Coach Galetka was the JV coach and assistant volleyball coach at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids for seven years and sophomore basketball coach at Lincoln for two years.
Lorenz Kellner graduated at the Gymnasium Josephinum at Hildesheim, and then studied with great success at the evangelical seminary for teachers at Magdeburg.
After being a teacher at the Catholic elementary school at Erfurt for two years, he was made rector of the school ; in both positions he showed great talent for teaching and a genuine love of children.