Adjusting Instruction to Individual Needs
by Emmett Albert Betts - 1949
This chapter will be concerned with re-emphasizing the importance of individual differences and supplying additional suggestions for adjusting instruction to individual needs in typical schools and classrooms, and with recommendations concerning special classes, facilities, and services for certain types of handicapped pupils, such as the sight-saving classes, and the provisions for extreme reading disabilities.
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