|Author:||Herbert J. Klausmeier,Richard A. Rossmiller,Mary Saily|
|Title:||Individually Guided Elementary Education: Concepts and Practices|
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|Publisher:||Academic Pr (February 1, 1977)|
Books by Herbert J. Klausmeier, Learning and human abilities, Teaching in the secondary school, Teaching in the elementary school, Learning and teaching concepts, Individually guided education in elementary and middle schools, Project MODELS : maximinizing opportunities for development and experimentation in learning in the schools.
by Herbert J. Klausmeier, Richard A. Rossmiller, and Mary Saily. New York : Academic Press, 1977. Physical description. xviii, 376 p. ; 24 cm. Series. Educational psychology. Klausmeier, Herbert J. (Herbert John), 1915-2014. Rossmiller, Richard A. Saily, Mary. Includes bibliographies and index. Individualized instruction.
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Individually Guided Education In Elementary And Middle Schools: A Handbook For Implementors And College Instructors by. Herbert J. Klausmeier. Learning and Teaching Concepts: A Strategy for Testing Applications of Theory by. Mary Saily, Herbert J. Richard A.
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Individually Guided Elementary Education: Concepts and Practices. New York: Academic Press, In. 1977. Instructional programming for the individual student involves deliberately varying the amount of teacher direction and of indirndual, small group, and large group work to meet the needs of individual children. 3,000 IGE elementary and middle schools in the United States. Klausmeier is . Henmon Professor of Educational Psychology, and Director, ICE Teacher Educa tion Project, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 336 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP.
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Individually guided education. 25. Representative teachers and unit leaders. Figure . Instructional Programming Model in IGE Source: from Individually Quided Elementary Education: Concepts and Practicea. by H. J. Klausmeier, R. A. Rossmiller, M. Saily (Ed. (p. 16), 1977, New York: Academic Press. instructional problems for all children. NY: Academic Press, 1977. Kuhn, Thomas, S. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.
Klausmeier, H. Rossmiller, R. & Saily, M. (1977). Individually guided elementary education: Concepts and practices. New York: Academic Press. Kozlovsky, J. D. (1990). Educational Leadership, 47(5), 6. Kulik, C. Kulik, J. & Bangert-Drowns, R. L. Effectiveness of mastery learning programs: A meta-analysis.