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Dangers and Difficulties of the Project Method and How to Overcome Them: V. Student Reactions to the Project Method


by R. W. Hatch - 1921

I was asked to speak on the dangers and difficulties which have been successfully overcome in the teaching of my classes by the project method in the Horace Mann School. These classes are in the ninth and tenth years of our senior high school. The ninth year class is studying modern European history and the tenth year, modern problems. These pupils are observed daily by my Teachers College class, who are for the most part experienced teachers of history and civics.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 22 Number 4, 1921, p. 306-310
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 3986, Date Accessed: 10/20/2019 6:02:44 AM

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    Teacher of History, Horace Mann School

 
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