What Experience Has Taught Us

November 1945
Education Digest;Nov1945, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p49
The article presents a reprint of the article "What experience has taught us," reported from the concluding chapter of "Helping Teachers Understand Children," prepared by the staff of the Division on Child Development and Teacher Personnel of the Commission on Teacher Education. The report describes the work conducted on in only one of the systems which cooperated with the division staff in making its study of teacher education. Children are often expected or required to learning things not in keeping with their abilities, developmental level or motivation. Teachers sometimes neglect or dislike certain children.


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