Obtaining Evidence of Understanding
by Warren G. Findley & Douglas E. Scates — 1946
The importance of developing and appraising understanding was pointed out in chapter ii. A detailed discussion of the nature of understanding followed in chapter iii. The present chapter is concerned with the problem of obtaining evidence to show the degree to which understanding has been acquired. Nine general principles governing the evaluation of understanding will be presented and discussed.
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