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ERIC Number: ED063158
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Mar
Pages: 89
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What is Process Education: An Emerging Rational Position.
Cole, Henry P.
This paper is the first chapter in a monograph. In it the author attempts to examine the assumptions and justifications for process education. He does not write in a prescriptive fashion but attempts to arrive at a definition for process education by a successive convergency of ideas and tentative but logically consistent definitions. The author suggests that the operationalization of educational practice toward the goals of process education can be achieved by stating behavioral expectancy categories for pupils and teachers. A method for this procedure has also been suggested and is discussed briefly. The author concludes that process education is what education should be but has never been. Educational practice is still far from approaching this ideal. (Author/CP)
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Authoring Institution: Eastern Regional Inst. for Education, Syracuse, NY.
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