The Importance of People: Teaching Is a Many-Splendored Thing

Wilhelms, Fred T.; Taba, Hilda
April 1959
Educational Leadership;Apr1959, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p437
Presents the author's experience of teaching in Latin America. Information that the author's job was to teach foundations of education and curriculum development to a group of about 30 educational specialists from seven Latin American countries; Realization that there was a gap in what the author wanted to teach and what the students wanted to learn; Problem of the selection of the content to teach.


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