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Flemming, Cecile White

Cecile White Flemming & Grace L. Aldrich - 1943
The Commission on the Relation of School and College of the Progressive Education Association was inspired to initiate and maintain the Eight Year Study by the conviction that our American secondary schools must, in larger numbers and to a greater extent, seek to develop students who "regard education as an enduring quest; who desire to investigate, to follow the leadings of a subject, to explore new fields of thought; knowing how to budget time, to read well and to use sources of knowledge effectively." Never before in the history of American education have the critical demands of daily living made heavier requirements upon these qualities and skills.

Cecile White Flemming - 1943
To those who have known Horace Mann School intimately, two things appear most significant in the work of the staff: every teacher and specialist alike has a genuine and continuing interest in the individual child and all work together in the closest cooperative effort to know each child and to help him to develop as fully as possible in terms of his potentialities.

Robert L. Thorndike, Cecile White Flemming, Gertrude Hildreth & Margaret Stanger - 1940
Comparing two groups of children who had attended the University of Iowa preschool, Wellman found that those who transferred to other schools showed no further gain in IQ, though maintaining the gains registered during preschool attendance, while those who continued to attend the University school showed an additional average gain in IQ of about 7 points.

Grace L. Aldrich & Cecile White Flemming - 1937
For the visitor to any library there is very little to see—only a pleasant room where people sit quietly at tables. So it becomes necessary to explain to a would-be visitor who cannot, of course, see the long, slow process which has brought together the proper material and the able user, how the machinery works to produce this library atmosphere: how organization and administration of materials on the one hand, and the preparation of the individuals to use the library, on the other, are accomplished.

Maxie Nave Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1935
It is the purpose of this article to give a brief presentation of the recent trends in several areas of the study field, and to cite a few of the articles which have been written on each aspect.

Rollo G. Reynolds & Cecile White Flemming - 1935
In the Horace Mann School the purpose of the evaluation of our program is definite. We seek and consider evidence, test and attempt to evaluate that we may retain, reject, or modify educational procedures and thus improve instruction and our total school program—this, to the end that we may work efficiently, not waste-fully, and that we may more nearly attain the objectives which our philosophy of education has set for us and our children.

Maxie N. Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1935
This is the third bibliography on study presented by the compilers in THE RECORD.

Cecile White Flemming - 1933
The teacher of to-day has a more challenging opportunity, a more dramatic experience with children than the teacher formerly had, because the educational philosophy of the modern school has shifted its emphasis from subject matter to the developing child.

Cecilia E. Unzicker & Cecile White Flemming - 1933
The results of the efforts at remedial instruction in the Horace Mann School as described briefly have shown themselves not merely in objective measures of improvement in specific skills but in the more adequate adjustment and more satisfying achievement in subsequent grades of the pupils with whom the remedial department has worked.

Maxie N. Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1932
OF ALL the responsibilities which the teacher must face, the assignment is the most important. It is the pivot of successful teaching. It is the starting point of planning. The assignment which the teacher makes to a given group at a given time largely determines her plans and how she will carry these plans through. With the assignment she sets the stage for action and controls the amount and kind of pupil activity. It is the crux of the study problem.

Maxie N. Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1932
THE writers published "A Partial Bibliography on Study" in the TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD, February 1928.

Maxie N. Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1932
An effort has been made to include those books and articles which offer the most practical help to the classroom teacher and to the administrator in improving the study of high school pupils.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1929
This article is the sixth in a series by the authors on the direction of study of high school pupils. Articles which have previously appeared are: Problems in Directing Study of High School Pupils, January 1928; A Partial Bibliography on Study, February 1928; A Survey of Investigations on Study, Part I, March 1928; Part II, April 1928; Diagnosis as a Basis for the Direction of Study, Part I, October 1928; Part II, November 1928. The concluding article in the series will appear in a forthcoming issue.—EDITOR.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
THIS article is the sixth in a series on Study by Maxie N. Woodring and Cecile White Flemming.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
THIS article is the fifth in a series by the authors on the direction of study of high school pupils. Articles which have previously appeared are: Problems in Directing Study of High School Pupils, January 1928;

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
Few, indeed, have been the investigations to determine the efficiency of techniques of study. Recently, however, several experiments, scientifically controlled, have been conducted to determine the effectiveness of specific study techniques.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
THE problem of improving conditions for study has received consideration from many angles. The varied attacks upon the problem have ranged from the mechanical administration of the class period to the development of objective tests for ascertaining pupils' habits of study, and to experimental investigations for evaluating teaching and study procedures.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
SO GREAT has been the demand from teachers and supervisors for help and guidance in improving the conditions for study and methods of work of high school pupils that it seemed desirable to bring together some of the ideas and investigations in the field of study which have appeared in educational publications during the last decade.

Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
DURING the past twenty years administrators and teachers have shown an increasing interest in the pupil in contrast to the previous absorption in the subject matter of instruction.

Maxie N. Woodring & Cecile White Flemming - 1928
This article is the sixth in a series on Study by Maxie N. Woodbring and Cecile White Flemming. The first installment of this article, which appeared in the October number of THE RECORD, discusses what children are expected to do when they study, and the factors conditioning study, such as ability to learn, ability to read, achievement in specific subjects, health, and home conditions for study; and outlines a diagnostic program for the investigation of these factors. The present article continues the discussion of factors which are involved in the diagnosis.

Cecile White Flemming & Samuel A. Rutledge - 1927
THIS study was made for the purpose of finding the social and economic composition of the Horace Mann High School for Girls.

Sarah M. Sturtevant & Cecile White Flemming - 1927
IN ORDER to discover something about student reactions to the various extra-curricular activities in high school, the following study was made in the Horace Mann High School for Girls.1

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