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ERIC Number: ED001041
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 85
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GUIDELINES FOR THE PRIMARY PROGRAM OF CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT.
GILBERT, JEROME H.; AND OTHERS
SCHOOL ORGANIZATION FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN HAS BEEN STUDIED IN TERMS OF A CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM BY A CITY-WIDE EDUCATOR'S COMMITTEE FORMED WITHIN THE CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM AND THE RESULTS ARE PRESENTED. PARTICIPANTS HAVE RECEIVED THE OPERATION OF THIS PROGRAM WITHIN THEIR OWN SPHERE OF RESPONSIBILITY. THE PHILOSOPHY, ORGANIZATION OF THE SCHOOL, CURRICULUM, AND INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES PRESENTED HEREIN COMBINE TO AFFORD GOOD ORIENTATION AND GUIDANCE TOWARD THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM FOR THE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY CHILDREN. THE BASIC PROGRAM IS SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED IN TERMS OF THE NECESSARY ORGANIZATION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING, THE PURPOSE, A COMPARISON OF GRADED AND UNGRADED STRUCTURES, AND A REVIEW OF MAJOR PROGRAM ASSUMPTIONS. OPERATION OF THE PROGRAM IN THE SCHOOL AND THE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES FOR STRUCTURAL CHANGE FOR ALL SCHOOLS UNDER THE PLAN ARE DISCUSSED. A CHECK LIST FORMAT OF SUPERVISOR ACTION REQUIRED TO INITIATE THE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AUGMENTS THIS SECTION. DETAILED GUIDANCE IS AFFORDED BY THE INDIVIDUALIZATION OF INSTRUCTION AND THE PROPOSED CURRICULUM ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROGRAM. CURRICULUM FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SOCIOMETRIC, INTEREST, AND ABILITY GROUPINGS OF THE CHILDREN ARE CORRELATED TO CLASS SIZE, FACILITY, AND PROGRAM OBJECTIVES. THE STUDY IS APPENDED WITH GUIDANCE PROCEDURES FOR PROGRESS REPORTING, PARENT-TEACHER COMMUNICATIONS AND CONFERENCES, AND WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR THE PROFESSIONAL STAFF.
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Authoring Institution: Chicago Board of Education, IL.
Identifiers: GREAT CITIES PROGRAM; ILLINOIS; Illinois (Chicago)