Progression in Learning
Multilingual Matters, 1996 - Psychology - 139 pages
Presents findings from part of the major British research program Innovation and Change in Education: The Quality of Teaching and Learning relating to the appropriate order of introducing activities in pre-school literacy and numeracy, science and mathematics, and the nature of history. Inspired by the new National Curriculum, which makes assumptions about how learning takes place in various subjects that are based on limited or non- existent research. Of interest to education researchers, curriculum developers, and teachers. No index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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