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ERIC Number: ED011220
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 5
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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THE INTERMEDIATE TEACHER'S ROLE WITH INDIAN CHILDREN.
THIS DOCUMENT PRESENTS DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS POSSESSED BY INTERMEDIATE GRADE TEACHERS OF INDIAN CHILDREN. TO BE EFFECTIVE WITH INDIAN CHILDREN, INTERMEDIATE GRADE TEACHERS SHOULD HAVE WARMTH, SUPPORTIVENESS, AN UNDERSTANDING PERSONALITY, AND AN ENCOURAGING APPROACH. IN ADDITION, THEY SHOULD HAVE INSERVICE TRAINING AND BE AWARE OF BILINGUAL PROBLEMS. THE LECTURE APPROACH TO TEACHING INDIAN CHILDREN SHOULD BE LIMITED, AND TEACHERS SHOULD HELP THEIR INDIAN STUDENTS DEVELOP A GOOD SELF-IMAGE, A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR LAW AND ORDER, AND ATTITUDES APPROPRIATE TO A MIDDLE-CLASS CULTURE. (JH)
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Identifiers: NEVADA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION