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ERIC Number: ED015891
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 80
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INSERVICE EDUCATION--PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES.
ASHER, JAMES J.
THIS REPORT SUMMARIZES AND EVALUATES LITERATURE AND RESEARCH DEALING WITH THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SETTINGS FOR BEHAVIORAL CHANGE WITH RELEVANCE FOR INSERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION. IT WAS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A BASIS FOR DECISION MAKING BY THE PROFESSIONAL STAFF OF THE FAR WEST LABORATORY IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA. IT CONTAINS SECTIONS DEALING WITH (1) THE HISTORY OF INSERVICE EDUCATION, (2) THE IDEAL GOALS OF INSERVICE TRAINING, (3) ANALYSIS OF INSERVICE PROGRAMS WHICH HAVE BEEN TRIED, (4) "THE ACCEPTANCE OF INNOVATION," WHICH EXPLORES THE QUESTION OF RESISTANCE TO NEW IDEAS AMONG SCHOOL PERSONNEL, (5) HOW INSERVICE PROGRAMS SHOULD BE EVALUATED, (6) FUTURE INSERVICE PROGRAMS, AND (7) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVING PROGRAMS, TEACHERS, THE PHYSICAL SETTING, EVALUATION METHODS AND RESEARCH. (AW)
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Authoring Institution: Far West Lab. for Educational Research and Development, Berkeley, CA.
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