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Directing Study through the Assignment

by 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.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 33 Number 8, 1932, p. 673-695
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11918, Date Accessed: 8/8/2020 7:56:46 PM

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