An Empirical Analysis of Selected Follow-Through Programs: An Example of a Process Approach to Evaluation
by Robert S. Soar & Ruth M. Soar — 1972
In the preceding chapter Gordon identified similarities and differences across a number of current innovative programs for early childhood education as drawn from their descriptive materials. Description of some of these same programs in terms of observations of actual classroom behavior is one of the objectives of this chapter; the other is to report relations between these observational measures of the intellectual growth of pupils.
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