Appraisal of Newer Practices in Selected Public Schools
by J. Wayne Wrightstone - 1935
The major purposes of this study were to (1) obtain descriptions of old and new curricular practices in selected classrooms; (2) construct new instruments for the measurement of factors of attitudes, adjustment, and social performance; and (3) analyze and appraise certain outcomes of newer practices by the administration of the usual subject-matter tests and newly devised measures in a limited number of classrooms.
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