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ERIC Number: ED016186
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 1
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THE BRANDENBERG MEMORIAL ESSAYS ON CORRESPONDENCE INSTRUCTION--1.
WEDEMEYER, CHARLES A., ED.
THE FIRST ESSAY IN THIS MEMORIAL ANTHOLOGY ASSERTS THAT CORRESPONDENCE COURSES CONCEIVED IN A MATURE, REALISTIC SPIRIT CAN MAKE A UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION TO LIBERAL ADULT EDUCATION. IN THE NEXT, A NEED IS SEEN TO REASSESS ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND TO MAKE RADICAL CHANGES IN KEEPING WITH CURRENT DEMANDS AND RESOURCES. ANOTHER AUTHOR REVIEWS THE HISTORY OF SUPERVISED CORRESPONDENCE STUDY DURING THE 1920'S AND 1930'S AND INDICATES WAYS TO REALIZE MORE FULLY THE POTENTIAL OF THIS METHOD. AN ADDRESS BY A FORMER CORRESPONDENCE TEACHER STRESSES AND ILLUSTRATES THE ADVANTAGES OF CORRESPONDENCE STUDY A A MEANS OF INTENSIVE AND INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING. ANOTHER ESSAY ANALYZES FREQUENTLY ENCOUNTERED PROBLEMS IN STUDENT MOTIVATION, GUIDANCE, INSTRUCTION, AND EVALUATION. A SECOND HISTORICAL STUDY TRACES THE CAREER OF WILLIAM LIGHTLY, PIONEER IN EXTENSION EDUCATION AND THE HEAD (1906-37) OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRESPONDENCE STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY WISCONSIN. FINALLY, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS, AND RECENT TRENDS IN AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENCE STUDY ARE DISCUSSED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE, FOR $1.00, FROM THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION DIVISION, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON 57306. 81 PAGES. (LY)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Univ. Extension.
Identifiers: AUSTRALIA; Lightly (W H); UNITED STATES; UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN