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ERIC Number: ED002578
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 4
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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT--PROGRESS REPORT, 1945-65.
GIBBS, MARY E.
THE PROGRESS REPORT FOR 1964-65 WAS PRESENTED IN QUESTION-ANSWER FORM. PROVISIONS MADE FOR TEACHERS TO BECOME BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH STUDENTS INCLUDED MENTAL MATURITY TESTS GIVEN AT THE OPENING OF SCHOOL AND CONFERENCES HELD WITH PARENTS BY ONE OR MORE TEAM MEMBERS. THE PRINCIPAL MET WITH PARENTS OF CHILDREN IN SUMMER READINESS PROGRAMS DURING THE SUMMER. PARENTS MET WITH SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONE NIGHT DURING THE 1ST WEEK OF SCHOOL. IN REGARD TO MATERIALS, IT WAS ASKED WHETHER THERE WERE INNOVATIONS IN THE USE OF AUDIOVISUAL AIDS, TELEVISION, AND PROGRAMED MATERIALS. THE THE OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, TEACHER-PRODUCED RECORDINGS,AND PROGRAMED RECORDINGS WERE USED. TENTATIVE FINDINGS SHOWED THAT CHILDREN WERE ABLE TO MAKE MORE THAN 1 YEAR'S PROGRESS. THE MAJORITY OF CHILDREN MADE SATISFACTORY ACHIEVEMENT, DEVELOPED GREATER INDEPENDENCE, AND WERE HIGHLY MOTIVATED. THERE WERE FEWER DISCIPLINE PROBLEMS, AND CHILDREN DEVELOPED LISTENING HABITS.
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Dept. of Public Instruction, Raleigh.
Identifiers: NORTH CAROLINA; North Carolina (Raleigh)