The teaching of arithmetic. Edited by Nelson B. Henry.

; Henry, Nelson B. (Nelson Bollinger), 1883-1969, editor
Chicago, Distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 1951.

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Other Authors Henry, Nelson B. 1883-1969,
Subjects Arithmetic -- Study and teaching.
Arithmétique -- Étude et enseignement.
Series Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education ; 50th, pt. 2.
Description xii, 302, lxx pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1951.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / G.T. Buswell -- Arithmetic in the elementary-school curriculum / Ernest Horn -- The nature and sequences of learning activities in arithmetic / Harry G. Wheat -- Arithmetic for preschool and primary-grade children / Esther J. Swenson -- Arithmetic in the middle grades / C.L. Thiele -- Arithmetic in the junior-senior high school / H. Van Engen -- Learning and teaching arithmetic / Herbert F. Spitzer -- The psychology of learning in relation to the teaching of arithmetic / G.T. Buswell -- Instructional materials for teaching arithmetic / Foster F. Grossnickle, and others -- Testing instruments and practices in relation to present concepts of teaching arithmetic / Herbert F. Spitzer -- The training of teachers of arithmetic / Foster E. Grossnickle -- Mathematical background needed by teachers of arithmetic / C.V. Newsom -- In-service development of teachers of arithmetic / D. Banks Wilburn and G. Max Wingo -- The social point of view in arithmetic / B.R. Buckingham -- Needed research on arithmetic / G.T. Buswell.
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