ERIC Number: ED184258
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Reference Count: 0
[Special Education Competencies for Teachers Projects. Workshops I through XI].
Stulac, Josef F., II, Ed.; Olive, John, Ed.
Materials for 11 workshops designed to assist teachers to meet the requirements of the performance assessment of special education competency developed by the Georgia Department of Education are presented. Instructional activities are provided for each of the workshops as well as handout materials and resources for teaching the competencies. Following are the goals for the participants for each workshop: (1) demonstrate a repertoire of teaching methods and techniques; (2) plan instruction to achieve selected objectives and use instructional techniques and methods related to objectives; (3) obtain and use information about needs and progress of individual learners, organize instruction to take into account individual differences among learners, and refer learners with special problems to specialists; (4) demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching and learning and for the subject being taught, and use procedures which involve the student in the learning task; (5) organize time, space, material, and equipment for instruction; (6) communicate with learners both orally and in writing and instruct with clarity; (7) demonstrate an understanding of school subject being taught and adjust instruction to change in conditions; (8) and (9) help learners develop positive concepts of themselves, manage classroom interactions, and reinforce and encourage efforts of learners; (10) obtain and use information about effect of instruction; and (11) meet professional responsibilities and engage in professional self improvement. (PHR)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Non-Print Media; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Georgia State Dept. of Education, Atlanta.
Authoring Institution: Metropolitan Cooperative Educational Service Agency, Atlanta, GA.
Note: A part of the Project SECT series; Parts of the document may not reproduce well; Best copy available. For related material, see EC 123 248-250.