Supervised Study as a Means of Providing Supplementary Individual Instruction
by E. R. Breslich - 1914
One of the most pressing problems before the educational public at the present time is to find a means of eliminating the enormous waste of the time of pupils that results from two conditions which prevail in the schools, namely, the failure to provide for the individual differences in capacity found among pupils in the same class, and failure to organize the studying clone by pupils so as to avoid the futile efforts which they nmv put forth to master lessons assigned for home work.
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