Description of Some Ways of Interpreting the Principle of Activity when Applying it to School Work
by Desalee Dudley - 1934
Believing that thinking relative to the activity movement would be furthered by statements from some educational leaders who face the practical situation of having responsibility in guiding the educational program of many children, requests were sent to several leaders in positions of administrative importance, asking for criticisms of the movement as they meet it in their work.
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