ERIC Number: ED024618
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb
Reference Count: 0
Reason and Change in Elementary Education; National Conference, The U. S. Office of Education Tri-University Project in Elementary Education (2nd, New Orleans, February 1-3, 1968).
This document records the proceedings of the Second National Conference of the U. S. Office of Education Tri-University Project in Elementary Education, the theme of which was "Reason and Change in Elementary Education." Included are a copy of the conference program, an introduction by Paul A. Olson, conference papers accompanied by critiques and records of group discussions, and "Final Responses from the Floor." Pape"s presented include: "Charting Our Position on the Way to - - -" by R. Freeman Butts, critique by Charles Burgess; "A Child's-Eye View of Knowing" by Eleanor Duckworth, critique by John Flavell; "The Role of Language in Learning in the Elementary School" by James Britton, critique by William Iverson; "The Rhetoric and Reality of Educational Change" by Vernon Haubrich, critique by Martin Garrison; "Education for Stupidity (Toward a Sociology of Ignorance)" by Jules Henry, critique by Fred Gearing; " A Portmanteau Proposal" by Jerrold R. Zacharias, critique by Raymond English; and "New Directions in Elementary Education" by Arthur Singer. Appended are "Response to Jules Henry's 'Education for Stupidity'" by Phillip Bacon; "Social Groups and Their Languages" by Nancy Modiano; "Language and the Recruitment of Teachers: Implications of the Papers by Duckworth, Britton, and Henry for Recruitment and Preparation of Elementary Teachers" by Richard L. Larson; "Postscript on Change" by Robert Ince. (SG)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
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Identifiers: Louisiana; Louisiana (New Orleans); Tri University Project