Experiment and Tradition in Primary Schools
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after May 15, 2021
First published in 1966, Experiment and Tradition in Primary Schools was written to provide an account of the author’s pioneering study of the attainment of young children in schools where the curriculum was shaped by their spontaneous interests.
The book describes the findings of Gardner’s work and assesses them in detail. It will have lasting relevance for those with an interest in the history of education and the development of education in infant and junior schools.
Table of Contents
1: Purpose and Nature of the Inquiry; 2: Selection of Schools and Children; 3: The Tests of Attitudes; 4: The Tests of Attainments; 5: Children's Responses to the Tests; 6: Summary of Conclusions; Bibliography;
D. E. M. Gardner