ERIC Number: ED039182
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: N/A
Research, Development, and the Classroom Teacher Producer/Consumer.
DeVault, M. Vere, Ed; And Others
A selection of six conference papers deals with aspects of research in elementary schools. Albert H. Yee traces teacher attitude toward research since the late 19th century, citing the opposition to new methods which may be encountered, and raising the question of how much real influence the school has on a child's development. The need for teacher training in research and for cooperation with researchers and parents is stressed. Kenneth R. Howey and John M. Kean consider information sources already used by teachers, including group consensus and the opinions of authorities or experts, and the need for greater emphasis on research, while Margaret Ammons discusses the research done, consciously or unconsciously, by teachers as they work with students in the classroom. Robert Tabachnick speaks of the use of research projects in widening the child's understanding of the world and of himself, and Herbert J. Klaumeier discusses the Multiunit Elementary School experiment of the Wisconsin Research and Development Center for Cognitive Learning. Theodore J. Czajkowski and Donald N. Lange provide a comprehensive list of research and development resources, including R & D Centers, regional educational laboratories, ERIC clearinghouses, and periodicals and journals. (MBM)
Descriptors: Child Development, Classroom Research, Educational Research, Educational Researchers, Experimental Schools, Information Sources, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Relevance (Education), Research and Development Centers, Research Needs, Research Opportunities, Teacher Education
Assn. for Childhood Education International, 3615 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 ($1.75)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Childhood Education International, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: ERIC; National Laboratory on Early Childhood Education
Note: 1969 Conference of Univ. of Wisconsin R & D Center for Cognitive Learning and ACEI