ERIC Number: ED066222
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Reference Count: 0
Early Childhood Education Program, ESEA Title I, FY 1971. Project Reports, Volume 6, Book 1, 1971.
Lane, Elizabeth M., Ed.
Part I of this report, a resume of the Dayton, Ohio, Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program for 1971, is an evaluation of the program. It includes the extent of the services provided an analysis of the needs of the children by preschool teachers, objectives, the team approach used by the staff including staff make-up and their responsibilities, use of curriculum consultants to guide teachers, use of a special services staff to work with children and teachers, and a health program of prevention and remediation conducted by an ECE nurse, the ECE parent programs, and a general evaluation. Part II is a psychological evaluation of ECE four-year-olds, kindergartners, and first and second graders. Evaluation design, description of tasks, scoring, and results, including the results of the various instruments used, for example, Metropolitan Readiness Test results for kindergartners, the short form Test of Academic Aptitude and Stanford Achievement Test results for first graders, and Sullivan Language Program and Stanford Achievement Test results for second graders, are noted. Part III is a resume of the sensorimotor skills program of the ECE and an analysis of sensorimotor development in ECE centers. Part IV is a resume of the New Visions Museum including the operation of the museum, for example, purposes and fundings, exhibits, tours, etc., and an evaluation of the facility. (JS)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Dayton Public Schools, OH.
Identifiers: Early Childhood Education Program; Elementary Secondary Education Act Title I; Metropolitan Readiness Tests; Stanford Achievement Tests