The Grade Placement of Arithmetic Topics: A "Committee of Seven" Investigation
by Carleton Wolsey Washburne - 1930
This report attempts to answer the following questions in terms of the results of an extensive, cooperative, statistical investigation: 1. At what stage of a child's mental growth, as measured by intelligence tests, can he most effectively learn the following phases of arithmetic: addition facts, subtraction facts, subtraction process, multiplication facts, simple long division, meaning of fractions, graphs, and Case-I percentage? 2. What degree of mastery of more elementary facts and skills is necessary for the effective learning of each of the above topics?
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