The Ubiquitous Problem of Objectives in Youth Education
by Hubert M. Evand - 1951
The crucial role of objectives in youth education is unquestioned, although it is clear that preoccupation with teaching of subject matter often prevents critical attention to the full range of possible objectives. Objectives in education require constant evaluation and re-evaluation in the light of what is known concerning the nature of the learner and the teaching-learning process. They must be seen in relation to the personal frames of reference of pupils and the mediating role of the ego-concept.
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