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ERIC Number: ED238837
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Sep
Pages: 63
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
The Scottish Council for Research in Education: Fifty-Fifth Annual Report 1982-83.
Scottish Council for Research in Education.
Reports are given on activities of the Scottish Council for Research in Education. Included are the Chairman's Report and those of the Finance and General Purpose Committee, Communications Committee, and the Research Committee. Summaries are presented of research projects involving: (1) primary school teaching strategies; (2) students' awareness of educational opportunities; (3) mathematics surveys; (4) Craigroyston Curriculum Project; (5) community schools in the Lothian Region; (6) young adults in Scotland; (7) further education for the handicapped; (8) evaluation of a local authority assessment initiative; (9) evaluation of links established between primary schools and nonformal education agencies; (10) Primary Teaching Practice Project; (11) further education colleges and changing student needs; (12) teaching writing for learning; (13) assessment of mathematics; (14) changes in the fifth year of school; (15) falling enrollment in Scottish secondary schools; (16) Scottish Restandardisation of the WISC-R (1982); (17) education for the community; (18) Lothian Region Ergonomics Project; (19) induction, assessment, and guidance in Youth Training; and (20) Pakistan Primary Education Project. Also included in this annual are reports from the Research Service Unit; Schools' Assessment, Research, and Support Unit; and EURYDICE (an information unit). Information on research prizes, liaisons with other organizations, papers delivered at conferences, staff publications, and accounts is also presented. (JD)
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Scottish Council for Research in Education.
Identifiers: Scotland; Scottish Council for Research in Education