ERIC Number: ED045554
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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Teacher Education for the Future. New Directions and New Developments.
Tempero, Howard E., Ed.
This booklet contains four addresses: (1) "Toward the Year 2000: Teacher Education" by William Van Til, Coffman Distinguished Professor in Education, Indiana State University. It includes projections regarding American society, American education, and teacher education for the next third century. (This address is available separately as ED 028 972.) (2) "New Developments in Teacher Education" by George W. Denemark, dean, College of Education, University of Kentucky. It focuses on the inadequacy of the isolated teacher concept, the importance of blending theory and practice, and research and development needs in teacher education. (3) "New Developments in Teacher Education" by Howard F. Helm, director, Division of Educational Laboratories, Bureau of Research, U.S. Office of Education. He describes U.S. Office of Education programs, particularly the development of comprehensive preservice-inservice model teacher education programs at the preschool and elementary level. (4) "Suggested Research To Improve Teacher Education" by David R. Krathwohl, dean, School of Education, Syracuse University. He explores four questions: What is the appropriate liberal arts base for teacher education? How can we improve our presentations in teaching for cognitive objectives? How can we better sequence the learning of teaching skills? How do we heighten the beneficial effect of student teaching? (JS)
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Authoring Institution: National Society of College Teachers of Education.
Note: Major papers of the 1968 annual meeting of the National Society of College Teachers of Education