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ERIC Number: ED033900
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Feb
Pages: 278
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An Analysis of the Role of the Teacher in an Innovative Prototype School, Part II, Appendices. Final Report.
Flynn, John M.; And Others
This document contains the four appendixes to the final report (SP 003 269). Appendix A contains information on the Nova Educational Complex (part of the South Florida Education Center in Fort Lauderdale) where the study was conducted. Included are outline descriptions of the Nova High School curriculum and personnel and of the physical plant and equipment; and description of the Learning Activity Packages (LAP's), the principal mechanism for individualization (a management system for learning which involves the student through multi-media opportunities in self-pacing and decisionmaking). Appendix B contains (1) code books, data bank instruction sheets and forms, and sample classroom notes for the observation instruments developed for the study: RO1--Observation of Teacher Management Behavior, and RO2--Observation of Student Interaction, Participation, and Attention Getting; (2) a modified Verbal Interaction Scale (Flanders), and (3) questionnaires used for the Nova High School Organizational Study. Appendix C contains four Functional Analysis Charts. Appendix D contains materials related to the Contingency Management Workshop: description of Contingency Management (external motivation management); workshop description and instructional sequence; and supplementary materials including the instructor guide, required materials and course guide, and tests. [Not available in hard copy due to marginal legibility of original document.] (JS)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Nova Univ., Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Identifiers: Nova High School FL; Observation of Student Interaction Participation; Observation of Teacher Management Behavior