Evaluating Section Teaching Methods in the Introductory Course

@inproceedings{Wispe1951EvaluatingST,
  title={Evaluating Section Teaching Methods in the Introductory Course},
  author={Lauren G. Wispe},
  year={1951}
}
  • Lauren G. Wispe
  • Published 1951
  • Psychology
  • Since the middle twenties, largely under the Dewian influence (6), "progressive education" has concerned itself principally with two problems; namely, the investigation of more effective teaching methods, and, more recently, with the impact of var ious teaching methods on students' personalities. For example, early research indicated the superiority of the "lecture method" for immediate recall and for the superior students (5, 9). After the war there was an integration of pedagogy and clinical… CONTINUE READING

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