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ERIC Number: ED056124
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 85
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
A Report: Institute for the Preparation of Counselors and Teacher-Counselors for Effective Service and Leadership in Desegregated Schools, June 20-July 22, 1966.
Bolden, Wiley S.; And Others
The Institute sought to enable 40 counselors and teacher-counselors to develop: (1) understanding of the behavior and personality of the Negro child through study of the historical, sociological, and psychological setting within which Negro children grow-up in America; (2) understanding of the needs and behavior of the Negro and the white child in the desegregated school situation; (3) understand and competence relevant to testing minority group children; and, (4) self-understanding and personal effectiveness in interracial and other interpersonal situations. Instruction in each of the three subject matter courses was given three to five times per week during two-hour periods. Lectures, group discussions, panel presentations, demonstrations, films, and a programmed teaching aid in human relations were among the teaching methods used. The Institute period took place between June 20, 1966 and July 22, 1966. The follow-up period continued on to May 1, 1967. (Author)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Clark Coll., Atlanta, GA.
Identifiers: Georgia