Adapting Classroom Activities to the Needs of Youth
by Nadine I. Clark & Gertrude M. Aitchison - 1953
If the school is to meet the needs of youth, one of its most important concerns must be the selection and use of classroom activities appropriate to that end. In this chapter the authors will consider the role of the teacher in the determination and direction of such activities, ways and means of developing a desirable classroom climate, and the selection and organization of learning experiences and materials.
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