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ERIC Number: ED015759
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Dec
Pages: 4
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A MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAM FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE TEACHERS.
WILLIAMS, CRATIS
BASED ON AN ASSUMPTION THAT THE MASTER'S DEGREE IS SUFFICIENT ACADEMIC PREPARATION FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE TEACHING, APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE DEVELOPED A TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAM WHICH INCLUDED A MAJOR IN THE TEACHING FIELD, A MINOR IN EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY, AND A SUPERVISED TEACHING PRACTICUM. TO GAIN ORIENTATION IN THE PHILOSOPHY, OBJECTIVES, AND NATURE OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE, STUDENTS TAKE A COURSE CALLED "INSTRUCTION PROGRAM IN THE TWO-YEAR COLLEGE" PLUS A SEMINAR. STUDENTS WHO WISH TO LIMIT THEIR MAJORS TO THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF UNITS MAY TAKE ADDITIONAL WORK IN THE AREA OF JUNIOR COLLEGE EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY. STUDENTS WHO WISH TO WORK IN STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES COMPLETE A MAJOR IN COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE, WITH A MINOR IN PSYCHOLOGY OR ANOTHER ACADEMIC FIELD. PROSPECTIVE LIBRARIANS MAJOR IN LIBRARY SCIENCE AND MINOR IN JUNIOR COLLEGE EDUCATION. REPORTS FROM JUNIOR COLLEGES INDICATE THAT THE PROGRAM IS SUCCESSFUL. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF GRADUATE SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES (6TH, DENVER, DECEMBER 1-3, 1966). (WO)
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Identifiers: BOONE; NORTH CAROLINA