' How to Beef Up Your Business Department Instruction '

Vincelette, Neil; Whitlock, Gerald H.; Douglass, Linda Grove
January 1967
Training & Development Journal;Jan1967, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p60
Reports on the use by the Carle Place high school in New York of a listening post network that permits one teacher to help both fast and slow students simultaneously. Teaching of machine shorthand, Gregg shorthand and secretarial practice; Satisfaction with the system; Costs incurred.


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