Normative Instruction in the Elementary School
by Max R. Goodson - 1946
The school should relate its work with people to typical life situations. Two essential types of situations involve people: those of fact and those which are normative. They contrast sharply. The former requires of people a discipline for either the discovery and verification or the utilization of fact.
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