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ERIC Number: ED003362
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 127
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EFFECTS OF AN INTENSIVE INSERVICE PROGRAM ON TEACHER'S CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR AND PUPIL READING ACHIEVEMENT.
LOREE, M. RAY
THIS STUDY WAS THE COMPARISON OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROCESSES OF CHILDREN IDENTIFIED AS SUCCESSFUL PROBLEM SOLVERS WITH THE PROCESSES OF CHILDREN IDENTIFIED AS UNSUCCESSFUL. SPECIFIC ATTENTION WAS GIVEN TO THE PROCEDURE USED BY CHILDREN TO ARRIVE AT THE ANSWERS OF TEST QUESTIONS. THE PROCEDURE WAS THE INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW TECHNIQUE FROM WHICH PROTOCOLS WERE OBTAINED. THE PROTOCOLS WERE ANALYZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERATING HYPOTHESES FOR FUTURE TESTING. FOUR MAJOR CATEGORIES EMERGED FROM THE ANALYSIS OF THE PROTOCOLS AND MUST BE CONSIDERED IN RESEARCH ON PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITY. THEY ARE (1) POSSESSION OF INFORMATION, (2) RECALL OF KNOWLEDGE, (3) EXTRACTION OF INFORMATION FROM THE PROBLEMS SITUATION, AND (4) COMBINING OPERATIONS (SUCH PROCESSES AS CLASSIFYING, ABSTRACTING, ANALYZING, SYNTHESIZING, AND EVALUATING). (JK)
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Authoring Institution: Alabama Univ., University.
Identifiers: ALABAMA