A Comparative Study of the Concentration and Regular Plans of Organization in the Senior High School
by Hugh H. Stewart - 1934
One of the problems in the secondary school is the determination of the length of class period which would be most effective for school work. With the advent of the "project" method, the "activity" movement, and the "progress in education" movement the feasibility of breaking up the school day into brief uniform periods for all subjects is being seriously questioned.
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