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ERIC Number: ED013131
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 20
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Reference Count: 0
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A SURVEY OF THE SUPPLEMENTAL EXPLORATORY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDED IN OREGON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.
OREGON HAS EXPERIENCED RAPID GROWTH OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE PAST TEN YEARS. A SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE THE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES SUPPLEMENTAL TO THE MINIMAL PROGRAM OFFERINGS. THE RESULTS INDICATED (1) THE EMPHASIS WAS ON TWO AREAS--THE CREATIVE AREAS AND THE BASIC COURSES SUBJECT TO SPUTNICK-PRECIPITATED PRESSURE, (2) THE MOST POPULAR ELECTIVE LEARNING AREAS ARE THOSE OFFERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR CREATIVITY, AND (3) THERE WAS A LACK OF ANY EMPHASIS ON STRICTLY VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTION. THE AUTHORS INDICATED AN AWARENESS OF PRESSURE FROM ADULTS AND STUDENTS IN THE SELECTION OF COURSE OFFERINGS. TABLES PRESENT SURVEY FINDINGS BY SUBJECT AREAS AND OTHER DATA. (SF)
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Identifiers: Portland State College OR