Instructinal Objectives Exchange: Math: Symbolism and Notatiion K-9

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Editore: Los Angeles, CA: Instructinal Objectives Exchange, 1972, 1972
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Titolo: Instructinal Objectives Exchange: Math: ...

Casa editrice: Los Angeles, CA: Instructinal Objectives Exchange, 1972

Data di pubblicazione: 1972

Legatura: Soft cover


Paperback. Fine, as New/No Jacket. Revised Edition. Education. 8vo. The instructional Objectives Exchange was established in 1968 by the UCLA Center for the Study of Evaluation to: a) Serve as a clearing house through which the nation's schools can exchange instructional objectives b) Collect and develop measuring techniques suitable for assessing the attainment of the objectives available thrugh the exchange c) Develop properly formulated instructional objectives in important areas where none currently exist.". Codice inventario libreria 002310

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