Diagnosing and Guiding Relationships Between Group and Individual Class Members
by William C. Morse - 1960
The primary concern of every teacher is the learning which takes place in the classroom. The time was when this learning was seen as a relatively simple entity, involving prescribed teacher behavior, pupil behavior, and content experiences. The perimeters of each of these three aspects have expanded, and with the expansion has come new concerns for the teacher.
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