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ERIC Number: ED025450
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Sep
Pages: 209
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
The Craft of Teaching and the Schooling of Teachers. National Conference, the U. S. Office of Education Tri-University Project in Elementary Education (1st, Denver, September 18-20, 1967).
This report of the First National Conference of the U.S. Office of Education Tri-University Project in Elementary Education (a project to study what goes into the education of teachers and to picture optimum learning situations for children with the aim of improving the education of teachers) includes a list of conference participants; an introduction, "The Craft of Teaching and the Schooling of Teachers," by Paul A. Olson; papers delivered at the conference; a transcript of the group discussion; and committee reports. Papers delivered at the conference include "Conceptions of Learning with Implications for Styles of Teaching Young Children" by J. McV. Hunt, "School Style: Pictures of Places Where Young Children Can Learn" by John Holt, "Images of Man and the Persuasive Style: Writing in the Elementary School" by A. L. Becker, "Children and the Language of the Schools: Styles and Forms" by Herbert Kohl, "'Other' Groups and 'Our' Children" by Douglas Oliver, and "Cognitive Elements in Maternal Behavior" and "Maternal Attitude Toward the School and the Role of Pupil: Some Social Class Comparisons" both by Robert D. Hess and Virginia Shipman. (SG)
p57-85 from v1, Minnesota Symposia in Child Psychology, ed. John Hill, published in 1967 by Univ. of Minn. Press.
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Education Level: N/A
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Colorado; Colorado (Denver); Tri University Project
Note: p57-85 copyrighted, not reproduced.