Discovering Individual Differences (1953)
Shows how a fifth grade teacher systematically studies the differences in background, abilities and needs of the children in her room. In this process she uses the following techniques–observation, accumulative records, behavior journals, discussion with other teachers, parent interviews and staff conferences.

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