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ERIC Number: ED013088
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 8
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TEACHER PREPARATION--RATIONALE AND PRACTICE.
COHEN, ARTHUR M.
SIX PREMISES PROVIDE A RATIONALE FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS--1) TEACHING IS THE PRIME FUNCTION OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE, 2) TEACHING IS THE PROCESS OF INFLUENCING LEARNING, 3) LEARNING IS CHANGING ABILITY OR TENDENCY TO ACT IN PARTICULAR WAYS, 4) BOTH TEACHING AND LEARNING MAY BE ASSUMED TO HAVE OCCURRED ONLY WHEN OBSERVABLE CHANGES ARE DEMONSTRATED BY THE LEARNER, 5) CHANGE MAY BE OBSERVED ONLY IF THERE HAS BEEN DETERMINATION OF STUDENTS' ABILITIES PRIOR TO INSTRUCTION, 6) SPECIFIC, MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES MUST BE SET SO THAT LEARNING MAY BE APPROPRIATELY GUIDED. JUNIOR COLLEGE TEACHERS WHO ARE TAUGHT TO BUILD THEIR COURSES TOWARD MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES WILL BE BEST PREPARED TO FULFILL THEIR FUNCTIONS AS TEACHERS. THEY WILL BE LEARNING SPECIALISTS WHOSE PRIMARY GOAL IS TO TEACH, NOT TO SORT OUT. (THE STUDENT TEACHER, CLINICAL PROFESSOR, AND INTERNSHIP TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS ARE DESCRIBED AND EVALUATED.) THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN JUNIOR COLLEGE JOURNAL, 37(8)/21-25, MAY 1967. (AD)
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