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ERIC Number: ED015161
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 82
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Reference Count: 0
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INSERVICE EDUCATION--PERSPECTIVES FOR EDUCATORS.
WESTBY-GIBSON, DOROTHY
THIS REVIEW OF CURRENT LITERATURE ON INSERVICE EDUCATION COVERS 184 ITEMS RANGING FROM NEWSPAPER ARTICLES THROUGH JOURNALS TO BOOKS AND FUGITIVE MATERIALS DURING THE 1950 - 1967 PERIOD. RESEARCH IS DISCUSSED IN TERMS OF THE SOCIAL SETTING IN WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PLACED AND THE SETTING THE SCHOOL PRODUCES. THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TEACHER AND SCHOOL ARE CONSIDERED. THE FOREGOING IS THEN RELATED TO THE PROCESSES OF CHANGE IN THE SCHOOL. UNDER THE RUBRIC OF RECENT INNOVATIONS THAT AID EDUCATORS IN INSERVICE EDUCATION PRACTICES, VARIOUS NEW PRACTICES AND DEVICES ARE DISCUSSED, SUCH AS THE USE OF (1) SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, (2) INTERACTION ANALYSIS, (3) MICROTEACHING, (4) SENSITIVITY TRAINING, (5) VARIOUS ELECTRONIC MEDIA, FROM MOVIES TO COMPUTERS, AND (6) THE DIVERSIFICATION OF STAFF AND ITS DUTIES. THE PROBLEMS OF DECISION-MAKING AND LEADERSHIP IN INSERVICE PROGRAMS ARE DEALT WITH, WITH EMPHASIS ON SOUND PREPARATION AND RIGOROUS EVALUATION. THE TEACHERS OF THE DISADVANTAGED ARE SEEN AS A SPECIAL CASE, NEEDING SENSITIZING TO THEIR PARTICULAR CLIENTELE. THERE IS AN EXTENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, AND APPENDICES DEALING WITH (A) RESEARCH IN NEW MEDIA FOR INSERVICE EDUCATION (PRESENTED IN TABULAR FORM) AND (B) A COMPARISON OF VIDEOTAPE AND FILMS. (RP)
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Authoring Institution: Far West Lab. for Educational Research and Development, Berkeley, CA.
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