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ERIC Number: ED012967
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Aug-21
Pages: 17
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A CONCEPT OF A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION IN A PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION.
RAMSEYER, JOHN A.
THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR A PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE BECAUSE IT EXISTS TO INCREASE AND DISPENSE KNOWLEDGE, WHEREAS THE PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE EXISTS TO PREPARE STUDENTS TO PERFORM CERTAIN FUNCTIONS. COLLEGES OF EDUCATION SHOULD FUNCTION IN HARMONY WITH ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR WORK IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, TO CONTRIBUTE TO EDUCATION AS A BODY OF KNOWLEDGE, TO CONTRIBUTE TO LEARNING AND TEACHING IN INSTITUTIONS, AND TO PROVIDE LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL PLANNING. THE WHOLE OF EDUCATION AND THE TYPE OF PERSONS PRODUCED BY DEPARTMENTS ARE THE CONCERNS OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION. THE EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR EDUCATIONAL ENGINEERING AND CORRECT EDUCATIONAL FUNCTIONING OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS. THESE FUNCTIONS INCLUDE GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION, FORMAL AND INFORMAL ASPECTS OF EDUCATION, INQUIRY INTO EDUCATIONAL PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULA, AND SERVICE TO OTHER PARTS OF THE UNIVERSITY. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PROFESSORS OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (21ST, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON, AUGUST 21-25, 1967). (JN)
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Identifiers: Arizona (Tucson)