How Should Learning Be Organized?
by J. Lloyd Trump & Gordon F. Vars — 1976
A cartoon prominently displayed in countless school administrators' offices shows two recumbent figures, one of whom says, "One of these days we've got to get organized." The message of this chapter is that organization--the fitting together of all the elements necessary for an institution to achieve its purposes--is truly a major factor in the success of any program of secondary education. We will especially consider the domain of secondary education and, in particular, curriculum organization, staff organization, other structural elements, and patterns to enhance motivation.
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