A Model of School Learning
by John B. Carroll - 1963
The primary job of the educational psychologist is to develop and apply knowledge concerning why pupils succeed or fail in their learning at school, and to assist in the prevention and remediation of learning difficulties. A conceptual model is presented here that seems to have the advantage of comprehensiveness combined with relative simplicity.
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