Leaflet, Directions for Using Woody-McCall Mixed Fundamentals Forms III and IV

Leaflet, Directions for Using Woody-McCall Mixed Fundamentals Forms III and IV

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American psychologists Clifford Woody (1884-1948) and William A. McCall (1891-1982) wrote these directions. Both men studied in the education department at Teachers College, and both received their PhDs in 1916. McCall would stay on the faculty at Columbia. Woody spent most of his career at the University of Michigan as Director of the Bureau of Educational Reference and Research.
Woody and McCall published Forms I and II of their test of fundamental processes in arithmetic in 1920. Forms III and IV were prepared in 1923 - Form III paralleled Form I and Form IV paralleled Form II. The directions describe in detail how the test is to be given to a group of students, procedures for marking, methods for finding the median class score, and standard scores on the test for the beginning of the class year.
For related materials, see 1989.0710.01 (Form I) and 1989.0710.02 (Form II).
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Object Name
Leaflet
date made
ca 1923
maker
Columbia University. Teachers College
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 15.3 cm x 24 cm; 6 1/32 in x 9 7/16 in
ID Number
1990.0034.167
catalog number
1990.0034.167
accession number
1990.0034
Credit Line
Gift of Samuel Kavruck
subject
Mathematics
Psychological Tests
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National Museum of American History
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