Problems in Directing Study of High School Pupils
by Cecile White Flemming & Maxie N. Woodring - 1928
DURING the past twenty years administrators and teachers have shown an increasing interest in the pupil in contrast to the previous absorption in the subject matter of instruction. This period has been characterized by a greater attention to the child and an effort to adjust the materials and methods of instruction to the capacities and needs of the individual pupil.
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