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Review of three books on studies in arithmetic. The first book, , by David Eugene Smith (1909), is a general survey of arithmetical teaching. The author emphasizes the value of a knowledge of the history of mathematics for keeping teachers level-headed, and preventing the epidemics of method to...
Discusses the relation and the differences between experimental pedagogy and experimental psychology. Experimental pedagogy is an experimental branch of educational psychology, and it draws a large part of its arsenal of methods from the older science of experimental psychology. The problems of...
Studied the transfer of improvement in accuracy of numerical computation, to arithmetical reasoning. Pupils from 4 schools were taken for the study. The pupils were divided into 2 equal groups on the basis of preliminary tests in arithmetical reasoning. One group was practiced in working rule...
The Annual Conference of the City Superintendents of Wisconsin was held October 7th at Madison. The topic of the meeting was the educational value of science, mathematics, and the languages in the secondary schools. Among those participating in the discussion were President David Felmley, of the...
Communicates the announcements of the Journal of Animal Behavior and the Animal Behavior Monograph Series, concerning the subject matter which would be accepted for publication. The size of the publications, their price, their editorial board, and their scope have been outlined. The announcement...
Review of four articles and monographs on fatigue. The article by Frederick S. Lee, (1910), is a nontechnical presentation of the physiology of fatigue, with briefer consideration of mental fatigue. Max Offner (1910), in his monograph, , devotes 30 pages to the measurement of fatigue, and 40...
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