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The Seven Laws of Teaching

Book Description
THE SEVEN LAWS OF TEACHING was first published in 1884. Extensive changes were made in 1917 by William C. Bagley and Warren K. Layton, both of the School of Education at the University of Illinois. However, every effort was made to retain both the form and substance of the original. Baker Book House first reprinted this revised edition in 1954. Frequent reprintings point to the timelessness of the... More
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PublisherBaker Publishing Group
BindingHardcover (64 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/1962
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About John M. Gregory (Author) : John M. Gregory is a published author. Some of the published credits of John M. Gregory include The Seven Laws of Teaching.
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