Educational specifications for a comprehensive elementary teacher education program final report.

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ContributionsDickson, George E., University of Toledo.
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This second volume (SP is the first volume) contains a list of educational specifications for the development of a comprehensive program of elementary teacher education, as compiled by a consortium of the 12 State Universities of Ohio with support from several cooperating school districts.

This second volume (SP is the first volume) contains a list of educational specifications for the development of a comprehensive program of elementary teacher education, as compiled by a consortium of the 12 State Universities of Ohio with support from several cooperating school districts.

An introductory chapter delineates the assumptions on which the proposed program is based Author: George E. Dickson. Chapter 1 of this report presents an overview of a project to design an innovative, behaviorally oriented undergraduate and inservice teacher education program for elementary school teachers.

Chapter 2 presents the conceptual design for developing the model program, one which incorporates the concept of the multiunit school and individual research and instruction units (a team teaching concept).Author: George E.

Dickson. A Guide to Educational Specifications for a Comprehensive Elementary Teacher Education Program. Wiersma, William The teacher education model developed by the consortium of Ohio universities contains specifications which include in excess of 2, behavioral : William Wiersma.

Specifications for a comprehensive undergraduate and inservice teacher education program for elementary teachers. [Washington?] U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, Bureau of Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Syracuse University.

OCLC Number: Notes. A comprehensive undergraduate inservice model for the preparation of elementary school teachers was developed to accommodate the forces of societal and educational change. Behavioral objectives were formulated from topics derived from five specific sources of change (instructional organization, educational technology, contemporary learning-teaching processes, societal factors, and research.

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