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Responds to the principal criticisms levied by W.S. Monroe against Woody's Arithmetic Scales. Monroe contended that the Woody Scales make poor diagnosing instruments for a class as compared to the Cleveland Survey Tests. Monroe criticized Woody's tests for (a) not measuring all of the several...
Discusses the role of education in the re-organization, rehabilitation and welfare of the country. Education needs to be vitalized to be utilitarian and idealistic, which requires a greater emphasis upon natural and social sciences, interpretation of history in light of present needs, and...
Reviews memory tests for their pedagogical significance. Memory tests showed that objects are better remembered than written names, and visual qualities are retained better than sounds and objects. The memory span increases with age rather than with growth of intelligence. Intellectual acuteness...
Studies the relation of learning and retention as measured by immediate and delayed recall. School children from grades three to eight learnt nonsense syllables for five days and connected sense material for six days, using the whole method. Immediate and delayed recall were measured for each...
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