Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Jettye Fern Grant
How can individual differences be provided for in the elementary school arithmetic program? It is obvious that if all pupils in the elementary schools are required to follow the same course of study, read the same books, do the same exercises, solve the same problems, and pass the same examinations, there can be little provision for individual differences. It was the purpose of this study to present practices used or usable to provide for individual differences.
Allen, Robert S., "Providing for Individual Differences in the Elementary School Arithmetic Program" (1961). Graduate Student Research Papers. 18.
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