A study of the relative effectiveness in teaching a manipulative skill a multi-media teaching program versus classroom demonstration with printed instruction sheets by John Magnusen Shemick

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Statement[by] John M. Shemick.
ContributionsPennsylvania. State University. Dept. of Secondary Education.
LC ClassificationsT65.5 .P7S5
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Pagination20, 5 l.
Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL5966925M
LC Control Number65065517

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