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ERIC Number: ED024629
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jun
Pages: 8
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What Kind of Teachers for the New Curriculum.
Shawver, David
With increasing subject matter specialization in secondary and elementary schools (particularly in mathematics and the sciences), it is necessary to include curriculum and course objectives related to the affective domain (social values) as well as those related to the cognitive domain. Subject matter is made meaningful to a student when related to his own life and culture. Therefore, current trends in education must be carefully assessed. Teacher educators must "appraise intelligently" their society and "consider anew what is both quality education for children and quality preparation for teachers of these children." Much teaching "is still carried out in a social situation of instructors and students" which can provide "the kinds of human relationships conducive to quality education." (A 9-item bibliography is included.) (SG)
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Note: Presented at the conference honoring Florence B. Stratemeyer, French Lick, Indiana, June 10-12, 1965.