2 edition of Educational environments in elementary schools differing in architecture and program openness found in the catalog.
Educational environments in elementary schools differing in architecture and program openness
Charles W. Fisher
Written in English
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Educational Environments in Elementary Schools Differing in Architecture and Program Openness. Fisher, Charles W. The purpose of this study was to compare aspects of educational environments in elementary schools which differed in the degree to which programs were individualized flexible, and diverse; and architectures were by: 2.
EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS DIFFERING IN ARCHITECTURE AND. PROGRAM. OPENNESS. SEP 1 3 BEST COPY AVAILABLE. Charles W. Fisher Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development Folsom Street, San Francisco, California Presented at American Education Research Association Annual Meeting in Chicago.
Fisher, C. Educational environments in elementary schools differing in architecture and program openness. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill., Available from author: Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development, Folsom Street, San Francisco, Calif.
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