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ERIC Number: ED033884
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Jul
Pages: 374
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Teacher Education in Transition. Volume II, Emerging Roles and Responsibilities.
Bosley, Howard E., Ed.
Materials collected in this book and in Volume I (SP 003 238) are related to the Multi-State Teacher Education Project (M-STEP). They deal with program experiments and resulting directions, including guide-line type materials resulting from the project effort and items prepared by other sources as project-centered aids. Part I, "A Forward View," includes (1) "The State Education Agency in Teacher Education," with suggested guidelines for assuming new roles; (2) "Whither Teacher Education?," a description of Florida state department efforts; (3) "Exploring the Uses of Television in Teacher Education," with M-STEP conclusions and recommendations; (4) "Television and Related Media in Teacher Education," summaries of 20 experiments; (5) report of "A Study of the Use of Microteaching and the Preparation of Elementary Teachers"; (6) three "Examples of Selected Video Applications in Teacher Education"; (7) "Interstate Commerce in Ideas," report of M-STEP's interstate activities. Part II, "Toward New Horizons," contains (1) "Challenges and Needed Developments in Teacher Education"; (2) "A Perspective in Educational Technology"; (3) "A Partnership: The Teacher Education Center", (4) "Evolving Characteristics of Quality Teaching: Teacher Education Centers, Team Teaching, Individualized Teaching"; (5) "Setting the Stage for the Future"; (6) Horizons Ahead! A Seven-State View", and (7) "Facing the 1980's With Systems of Planned Innovation." (Some papers in this volume published previously are available as ERIC documents, indexed under the term "Multi-State Teacher Education Project.") (JS)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Multi-State Teacher Education Project, Baltimore, MD.
Identifiers - Location: Florida; Maryland; Michigan; South Carolina; Utah; Washington; West Virginia