The process of schooling : a psychological examination / J.M. Stephens.


New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1967] .

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Subjects Educational psychology.
Psychologie.
Psychopédagogie.
Schulung.
Description viii, 168 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
©1967
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface -- Part One: Introduction. The argument in brief -- Part Two: The theory of spontaneous schooling: preliminary sociological speculations and a psychological analysis. Some notes on the general approach ; The origins and social role of the school: a speculative account ; The division of labor between home and school ; Scholastic attainment: the role of background factors ; Incidental comment: some practical problems in exploiting the advantages of deferred practice ; Spontaneous tendencies and scholastic attainment ; The constancy of the school's accomplishment -- Part Three: Implications and elaborations. The effective teacher: his characteristics and his place in society -- The school's success in different tasks -- Some salutary ironies and the consolations they provide -- Prescription for relaxation -- Assessing the theory: hypotheses in search of a test.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)179384
(OCoLC)ocm00179384
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WorldCat Identities Stephens, J. M. 1901-
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