How children learn: an educational psychology.


New York, McGraw-Hill, 1957.

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Subjects Educational psychology.
Kind.
Lernen.
Psychopédagogie.
Series McGraw-Hill series in education.
Description 546 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1957.
Contents Aims and curriculum of the elementary school -- Learning : an integration of theories -- Maturity and learning -- Teacher-guidance of learning activities -- Practice as a condition of learning -- Perceiving the effects of provisional trials -- Transfer of training -- Motivation and learning -- Mental health and learning -- Learning theory and teaching -- Remembering and forgetting -- Appraising individual differences in abilities -- Providing for differences in abilities -- Appraising school achievement.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)180150
(OCoLC)ocm00180150
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WorldCat Identities Frandsen, Arden N., 1902-2002.
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