The Measurement of Understanding in Home Economics
by Esther McGinnis, Clara M. Brown, Hester Chadderdon & Esther F. Segner - 1946
The first part of this chapter consists of an organized statement of those outcomes in education for personal and family living which appear to deal primarily with the acquisition of understandings. In the second part are presented illustrative devices for measuring some of the understandings. In the absence of any official or universally accepted statement of the outcomes of home-economics education, a tentative list was compiled by this committee after surveying the recent literature in home economics and in general education.
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