|Author:||John P De Cecco|
|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Prentice-Hall; 2nd edition (1974)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||azw doc txt lrf|
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Book by De Cecco, John . one of those old-friend reference books you wish you never threw away - classic old school ed-psych circa 1968 - easily understood from a behavioral or cognitive-field perspective as it offers an (almost cookbook) linear-sequential teaching model based on instructional objectives, assessment and student "readiness" (which are still in vogue) as it conforms to the Robert Glaser instructional psychology teaching model
Cecco, John P. de Cecco, John Paul de De Cecco, John
Cecco, John P. de Cecco, John Paul de De Cecco, John.
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De Cecco, John P. Publication date. Educational psychology. Englewood Cliffs, . Books for People with Print Disabilities.
By: De Cecco, John P. Contributor(s): Crawford, William R, 1936- . Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, . 24 c. SBN: 0876922515; 0137329172. Subject(s): Educational psychology Psychology, Educational DDC classification: 37. 5. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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