Research frontiers in the study of children's learning: papers presented at a May 11, 1960 conference at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, aimed at examining sociological, psychological, and developmental knowledge, all in relation to curriculum research and practice
School of Education, University of Wisconsin, 1960 - Education - 55 pages
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