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Mr. Sage, an ideal Professor, can motivate, evoke involvement, and supply rewards and reinforcement, for each individual student all within the same class period. Although his minimum standards require mastery of concepts at all levels of learning, from simple memory to creativity, he does not expect the same performance of all students. His grades are directly related to the breadth of subject matter and depth of mastery. He personalizes his instruction within the classroom and in homework assignments by a range in the difficulty of illustration, thereby challenging each student to his capacity. He uses tests and examinations as learning experiences. To achieve this he combines the excellent feature of the conventional system and the current views on personalized system of instruction.