Individual Differences and Diversity in Twentieth-century Classrooms
by Nancy E. Perry & Philip H. Winne - 2001
How has education responded to a spectrum of individual differences? This is our topic. We examine it as portrayed in the Yearbooks published by the National Society for the Study of Education throughout the twentieth century. Because even this domain is voluminous, we narrow our focus to elementary and secondary classroom settings; to trends in public education regarding the inclusion of immigrant, minority, disadvantaged, and disabled students; and to the differentiation of programming, curricula, and instructional methods.
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