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Reviews the book, by A. C. Perry, Jr. (1910). This book consists of two parts: (1) Problems in the organization of elementary schools, and (2) problems in method and management. The reviewer states that the second part of the book is the portion that will undoubtedly be found most helpful to the...
Summarizes articles related to educational psychology. The articles covered include Conservation of Health in the Schoolroom by S. L. Heeter; A Class of Backward and Defective Children by Mary Belle Greene; Progress and Retardation of a Baltimore Class by Charles A. A. J. Miller; The Prevalence...
Reviews the book, by F. Watson (1909). The author states that Watson's style leaves much to be desired in the way of clearness and helpful organization of materials, but one will readily forgive this in light of the care with which the materials have been selected and the illuminating comments...
Reviews the book, by Guy Montrose Whipple . The sub-title of this work stales that it is "a book of directions compiled with special reference to the experimental study of school children in the laboratory or classroom." This purpose is conceived in a very broad way, however, so that in addition...
Examined the value of short drill exercises in the fundamental operations of arithmetic. Tests in fundamentals and reasoning, as used by Stone, were given to 51 Ss (average age 13.5 yrs) from Grades 6 to 8. The time limit for fundamentals was 12 mins, and for reasoning, it was 15 mins. The Ss...
Presents the results of a survey of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, which appointed a commission to investigate and report on the problems connected with the payment of teachers in the public schools. One issue of concern was the controversy regarding equal pay for women teachers. The...
Reports on the 35th annual meeting of the New York State Teachers' Association. This article mentions some of the special features of the program. Topics discussed include music, training of teachers from various points of view, college recognition of normal school work, and subnormal child.
Studied the phenomena of mental fatigue in a task of mental multiplication of 2 three-place numbers. Six Ss worked continuously from 3 to 8 hrs, while 10 Ss worked from 4 to 12 hrs with pauses for meals. All Ss worked for .5 to 1 hr on a day. The numbers were presented in a typewritten form, and...
Comments on the article by Inspector Winch (December 1911, Journal of Educational Psychology) concerning the transfer of accuracy in reasoning from the arithmetical to other situations. The author discusses a series of observations on interest, association, and learning transfer. The author...
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