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ERIC Number: ED031417
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 362
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Mental Health and Teacher Education. Forty-Sixth Yearbook, 1967.
Association for Student Teaching, Washington, DC.
Ten papers constitute the major portion of this book: "The Classroom Teacher, Mental Health, and Learning," Robert E. Bills; "The Development of Selected Aspects of the Mental Health Movement in Teacher Education," Ralph H. Ojemann; "What Psychology Has To Offer to Teacher Education," Carl R. Rogers; "Conceptual Framework for Teacher Education," Rodney A. Clark and Walcott H. Beatty; "An Analysis of the Guidance Function in a Graduate Teacher Education Program," Barbara Biber and Charlotte B. Winsor; "An Exploratory Study of Teacher Education Curricula and Mental Health," Bob L. Taylor; "Intensive Individualization of Teacher Preparation," Francis F. Fuller, Geneva Hanna Pilgrim, and Alma M. Freland; "An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Teacher Communication on Mental Health in the Classroom," M. Vere DeVault, Dan W. Andersen, and Eleanore Larson; "Teacher Education for Mental Health: A Review of Recent Studies," Robert F. Peck and Herbert Richek; and "Application in Teacher Education," Fred T. Wilhelms. Also included are a 163-item bibliography on mental health and teacher education and the annual AST bibliography (July 1, 1964, to June 30, 1965) on the professional education of teachers; the 241 entries are annotated and subdivided into 10 categories. Lists of AST officers, committees, and members are also included. (JS)
The Association for Student Teaching, 1201 16th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 ($4.75)
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Authoring Institution: Association for Student Teaching, Washington, DC.