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ERIC Number: ED031622
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Reference Count: 0
CEC Yearbook 1967.
European Council for Education by Correspondence, Brussels (Belgium).
The primary contents of this volume include: (1) the minutes of the 1967 Annual Meeting of the European Council for Education by Correspondence (CEC); (2) the code of ethics for member schools adopted at that meeting; and (3) three addresses concerning various correspondence study (CS) areas. The first address discusses the history, organization, and scope of Spanish CS. The second discusses problems in American CS--such as the weakness and repetitiousness of research, the mistrust between university and proprietary correspondence programs, the need for better trained administrative and teaching personnel, the reluctance to adopt new instructional technologies, and the impact of sociopolitical controversies. The third address concerns CS methodological trends in Sweden and specifically discusses CS course construction, the division of learning matter into study units, programed instruction, and computer assisted instruction. (dm)
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Authoring Institution: European Council for Education by Correspondence, Brussels (Belgium).
Identifiers: European Council for Education by Corr (Belgium); Spain; Sweden
Note: Proceedings of the annual CEC Meeting, June 19, 1967, Barcelona, Spain. Text in English and French.