ERIC Number: ED061159
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-May
Reference Count: 0
Research for Better Teaching in Pennsylvania Schools 1970-1971. Vol. II.
Pennsylvania Association of Teacher Educators.
An introductory article and ten research reports are presented. The introductory article, "A Challenge To Implement Research," by Ben J. Wiens, discusses how the Pennsylvania Association of Teacher Educators (PATE) is working to encourage much-needed research. The studies are 1) "A Descriptive Summary of Elementary Student Teaching Programs in Pennsylvania," by Ronald Lee Baker; 2) "The Influence of the Classroom Verbal Behavior of Cooperating Teachers Upon the Verbal Behavior of Selected Intermediate Grade Student Teachers," by Lester J. Bowers; 3) "Student Teacher Changes in Beliefs and Practices Related to Teaching Elementary School Science," by Robert L. King; 4) "A Determination of the Practicality of Making the Use of an Informal Reading Inventory More Applicable to the Needs of the Classroom Teachers," by Catherine Blynn; 5) "The Development of a Model for a Student Personnel Services Program in a State College," by Philip Leroy Garrett; 6) "Computer-Assisted Self-Instruction of Interaction Analysis," by J. David Feeter; 7) "The Relationship of Counselor and Client Needs to Occupational Outcomes," by Margaret Reed Elo; 8) "Student Teaching Rosters by EDP," by Francis A. Colabrese and Christine J. Kitchen; 9) "The Effects of a Cultural Enrichment Unit on the Achievement and Attitudes of Fourth Grade Pupils," by Alma Hartman Schlenker; and 10) "On Becoming a Teacher," by Lorraine Morgan. (MBM)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania Association of Teacher Educators.