Definition of Home study
1. Noun. A course of study carried out at home rather than in a classroom.
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Literary usage of Home study
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1. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1920)
"To the question "where do you study better, at home or at school" the answers resulted thus: 69% were strongly in favor of home study, 29% indicated a ..."
2. Methods of Teaching in High Schools by Samuel Chester Parker (1920)
"Poor students especially fail to profit under the system of recitations based upon home study. 3. Precisely measured, experimental investigations show that ..."
3. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Survey 37:217-19 D 2 '16 See aim Ireland—Home rule home study Abolition of home ... School R 24:231-2 Mr '16 Correlation between amounts of home study and ..."
4. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1887)
"The highest amount of work reported in the High School by any individual pupil, including recitation, school preparation and home study is eight and ..."
5. The Junior High School by Thomas Henry Briggs (1920)
"The median amount of home study normally expected by the 205 schools replying definitely is 60 minutes. Of the schools reporting, 70.2 per cent expect from ..."
6. School Efficiency: A Manual of Modern School Management by Henry Eastman Bennett (1917)
"Objections raised to home-study requirements may be summed up thus : 1. There is danger to the health of a pupil who works through the school hours and in ..."