On Parent’s Day, in 1952, B. F. Skinner visited his daughter’s fourth grade math class. As he watched the lesson, he became increasingly uncomfortable. Almost every principle of effective teaching that he had studied for more than 20 years was being violated in that classroom. Yet it was a typical class.

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(B.F. Skinner) Paperback

Published originally in 1968. Reprinted by the Foundation in 2003.

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