The Uses of Educational Evaluation in the Development of Programs, Courses, Instructional Materials and Equipment, Instructional and Learning Procedures, and Administrative Arrangements
by John C. Flanagan - 1969
To illustrate the application of modern evaluation procedures in developmental programs, several examples are discussed below in some detail. Several of these examples are taken from studies of the American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences because of the author's familiarity with these studies and because they are not well known to readers of the educational literature.
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