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ERIC Number: ED030603
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 220
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Improving Teacher Education in the United States. The Report of a Symposium Sponsored Jointly by Phi Delta Kappa International, Stanford University, and the Stanford University Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.
Elam, Stanley, Ed.
This book contains the major papers presented at the 1965 symposium, each followed by a transcript of the group discussion which accompanied its presentations: (1) "The Role of the Foundational Studies in the Preparation of Teachers" by Harry S. Broudy, University of Illinois; (2) "The Science and Art of Educating Teachers" by Robert N. Bush, Stanford University; (3) "Making Teacher Education Meaningful in Urban Settings" by Herbert Schueler, Hunter College of the City University of New York; (4) "The Academic Major in the Education of Teachers" by Morris L. Cogan, University of Pittsburgh; (5) "Building School-University Relations in Teacher Education" by Melvin W. Barnes, superintendent of public schools, Portland, Oregon; (6) "Breakthrough in Teacher Education?" (an analysis of Ford Foundation programs) by James C. Stone, University of California, Berkeley. The concluding chapter, "Exciting Prospects: A Subjective Summary" is by Don Davies, National Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, National Education Association. (JS)
Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., 8th St. and Union Ave., Bloomington, Indiana 47401 ($5.00)
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Sponsor: Stanford Univ., CA.; Phi Delta Kappa, Bloomington, IN.
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Identifiers: Ford Foundation