Dr Mary Frances Cleugh (1913-1986) was a philosopher and educationalist. She worked for many years at the University of London Institute of Education, where she led a 1-year course for teachers of ESN children. Originally published in 1961, the three volumes of this work, which at the time took their place as complete and up-to-date guides to the subjects they cover, were written by former students, now practicing teachers, who had passed through the Institute’s course. The volumes, each in a different setting, cover every part of the curriculum from the point of view of the 'slow' learner.
These books are re-issues originally published in 1961. The language used is a reflection of its era and no offence is meant by the Publishers to any reader by this re-publication.
Table of Contents
1. Teaching the Slow Learner in the Special School M. F. Cleugh (Ed.) (1961)
2. Teaching the Slow Learner in the Primary School M. F. Cleugh (Ed.) (1961)
3. Teaching the Slow Learner in the Secondary School M. F. Cleugh (Ed.) (1961)
Mary Frances Cleugh (1913-1986)