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ERIC Number: ED137103
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 27
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Reference Count: 0
Individualized Mathematics Instruction: How Effective Has It Been in the Elementary School?
Schoen, Harold L.
Research studies which compare individualized elementary school mathematics instruction to other instructional approaches are summarized in this paper. First, brief descriptions are given of Individually Prescribed Instruction, Program for Learning in Accordance with Needs, and other self-paced approaches. Next, a general overview of the research studies is presented, covering research design, length of time of the studies, characteristics of the participating students, and criterion measures used. Finally, the results of the studies are reported for kindergarten to fourth grade, fifth to eighth grade, and educable mentally retarded students. (DT)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
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