Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 76
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
225.-Advanced Educational Psychology.
A detailed study of the various aspects of the learning process.
Topics. Original nature; laws of learning; individual differences,
etc. Experiments and demonstrations. Text: Thorndike,
This course with the significance of the development stages:
physical growth, instinct, motor development, language, play,
imitation, imagination, etc. Text: Kirkpatrick, The Individual in
the Making; King, The High School Age.
A thorough consideration of the development and use of
standard tests and scales in the measurement of school room instruction.
Texts: Monroe, Measuring the Results of Teaching.
Wilson, How to Measure.
This course presents a general study of the mental processes.
It is helpful to all work in pedagogy and philosophy and should
enable the student to appreciate critically whatever he may read
along psychological lines. The experiments are of three orders:
(1) individual experiments without apparatus, (2) class demonstrations,
and (3) class measurements.
345.-How to Measure in Education.
A general course in measurement. Topics: place of measurement
in classifying pupils; measurement in diagnosis; measurement
in teaching; measurement in elevating efficiency of instruction;
measurement in vocational guidance. Text: How to Measure
in Education, McCall.
A general survey of the field of mental measurement. This
deals with the history, and with the use of mental tests in education
and sociological work.
A continuation of 332. Special attention is given to group
scales and tests. Students are required to participate in the survey
of the training school.
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