The literature on the subject of college methods of instruction is replete with theoretic discussions and treatments. Studies devoted to scientific appraisal of specific methods, however, are few in number. The constant demand for efficiency in dealing with the rapidly increasing college enrollment necessitates scientific measurement of the effectiveness of particular methods.
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Scheidemann, Norma V.
"A Comparison of Two Methods of College Instruction,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 35(1), 287-296.
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