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By Charles M. Dorn

ISBN-10: 0805845240

ISBN-13: 9780805845242

Featuring the result of a year-long learn undertaking, this quantity proposes a teacher-directed actual overview version for comparing K-12 studio artwork and gives sensible tips at the implementation of that version. the amount evaluates present review equipment and contains the overview tools utilized in the research; learn method and effects are specific in an appendix. The authors are affiliated with Florida nation, Northern Illinois, and Purdue universities.

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