Some Problems in Course Evaluation: A British View
by R. C. Whitfield & J. F. Kerr — 1970
We need to evaluate most carefully our assumptions about when to introduce particular topics and how concepts and information can be most effectively presented. We have only arrived at the beginning of understanding, and our approach to reforming the secondary school curriculum must become more scientific.
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