2 edition of Kantor programmed instruction for management. found in the catalog.
Kantor programmed instruction for management.
American Management Association.
1964 by The Association .
Written in English
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THE MANAGEMENT OF INSTRUCTION: 37 MOTIVATION MANAGEMENT Two quite different strategies of prescription management have been proposed for accommodating learning styles. The first of these may be called the iterative method.
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