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Instructional Materials for Teaching Arithmetic

by Foster E. Grossnickle, Charlotte Junge & William Metzner - 1951

The success of a meaningful program in arithmetic depends, in a large degree, upon methods (see chap. vii) and materials of instruction. There is no one method or any single type of instructional material which will suffice in all situations. The skillful teacher selects methods and materials in terms of the outcomes to be achieved and of the needs and the interests of the children. If instruction in arithmetic is to insure a steady growth in understanding number relationships, a wide variety of instructional materials must be used to enrich and to supplement the learner's experiences.

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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 50, No. 2.

Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 52 Number 10, 1951, p. 155-185
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20165, Date Accessed: 9/23/2020 7:50:33 PM

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  • Foster Grossnickle
    State Teachers College
    FOSTER E. GROSSNICKLE is a Professor of Mathematics at the State Teachers College in Jersey City.
  • Charlotte Junge
    Wayne University
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    CHARLOTTE JUNGE is an Associate Professor of Education at the School of Education at Wayne University in Detroit.
  • William Metzner
    Philadelphia Public Schools
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    WILLIAM METZNER works at the Philadelphia Public Schools in Pennsylvania.
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