Henry R. Fea
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Henry R. Fea
|Born||January 28, 1914|
|Died||June 5, 1998 (age 84)|
|Alma mater||University of California|
Henry R. Fea was US-Canadian Writer and Education Professor, born on January 28, 1914 in Saskatchewan, Canada . In 1950 he received a Ph. D. from University of California, Berkeley . From 1954 until his retirement in 1979 he was with University of Washington - Seattle. Henry R. Fea died June 5, 1998. He was 84.
Following is a non-exhaustive list of his literature books
- Adventure in the Sierras
- The wild one
- Maggie's caravan
- Wild Dog
- Operation Cannonball
Following is a non-exhaustive list of his research papers :
- "Some relationships among abilities in oral language, written language and reading of intermediate grade children", Thesis (Ph. D. in Education), University of California, Berkeley, June 1950.
- "Validity of Six Readability Formulas as Measures of Juvenile Fiction", Article, Nov 1951.
- "Interrelationships among materials read, written and spoken by pupils of the fifth and sixth grades", Article, Mar 1953.
- "Team Teaching: Psychological Implications", Article, Nov 1968.
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