ERIC Number: ED065482
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-May
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Implication of the Bureau of Research Teacher Education Project for Developing Institutions. Final Report.
Johnson, Norman C.
The North Carolina Central University (NCCU) faculty in elementary education began a systematic study of The Comprehensive Elementary Teacher Education Models. Seminars, informal discussions, and on-site visits to model builder schools were used as instruments to review the models and formulate a viable program. The model developed for NCCU was composed of a general description of bases for instructional planning concerning student status, competencies to be developed, and experience by year. The format of each module included behavioral objectives, purpose, learning alternatives, resources, and evaluation. Other components stressed in the model were tutorial experience, learning laboratories, and clinical experience. A summary of activities of the Consortium of Southern Colleges for Teacher Education shows movement toward the goal of assessing the feasibility of the models and the implementation of the programmatic ideas. A conference summary, presenting results of discussions, alternatives, and resolutions is presented. Appendixes include material for course work. (MJM)
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Sponsor: National Center for Educational Research and Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
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Identifiers: North Carolina Central University