ERIC Number: ED022057
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A Developmental Program for the Improvement of Trade-Technical Teacher Education in the Southern States, Eight Month Follow-Up Study.
A questionnaire was used to collect data from 13 southern trade and technical teachers in order to ascertain the degree to which they had adopted 15 instructional innovations that had been presented in a special summer workshop eight months earlier. The innovations were (1) color keyed instruction sheets, (2) a method of illustrating communication barriers, (3) a method of illustrating difficulty of learning, (4) controlled notes, (5) instant evaluation, (6) time lines presentation of history, (7) getting immediate feedback from class, (8) spiral concepts, (9) an elementary research sequence for vocational teachers, (10) group dynamics, (11) achieving level of objectives, (12) film slides and window shades, (13) jigsawed illustrations, (14) four methods of grading, and (15) item analysis. Results indicated that the workshop participants were planning to use 30.8 percent and were using 58.5 percent of the innovations. Individual ability to utilize 89 percent of the innovations was also indicated. Innovations used by 10 or more teachers were (1) color keyed instruction sheets, (2) controlled notes, (3) instant evaluation, (4) getting immediate feedback from class, and (5) film slides and window shades. The full workshop report is available as ED 011 061. (EM)
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Sponsor: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, DC.
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Identifiers: United States (South)