ERIC Number: ED033062
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Behavioral Problems in the Classroom: A Teacher Inservice Training Program.
Regional Child Services, Price, UT.
Designed to accompany an inservice teacher training program, this comprehensive syllabus presents 12 lessons on behavior problems which each include (with the exception of the first and last lessons) a narrative presentation of instructional material, a relevant case study with treatment, and a selected bibliography. The first lesson serves as an introduction to the syllabus and contains procedural information to be used in the course (such as conference procedures and sociometric techniques). The next 10 lessons attempt to make the teacher aware of the need for building a curriculum which is adjusted to pupil individual differences, the importance of analyzing and understanding peer relationships, the effects of student achievement of parental attitudes toward school, factors which influence the development of (and the ways in which teachers can help to foster positive self-concepts in students, the effect of teacher-student relations in the school organization on student achievement, ways to analyze and create motivation in students, learning principles and ways to apply them, areas of intelligence testing, factors which influence student progress, and the relationship between physical development and school achievement. The final lesson is to be used for review. (SP)
Descriptors: Achievement, Behavior Problems, Guides, Individualized Instruction, Inservice Teacher Education, Intelligence, Learning Motivation, Learning Theories, Parent Attitudes, Peer Relationship, Physical Development, School Organization, Self Concept, Sociometric Techniques, Student Adjustment, Student Teacher Relationship
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Regional Child Services, Price, UT.
Identifiers: Elementary Secondary Education Act Title III; PACE
Note: An ESEA Title III project.