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ERIC Number: ED033903
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct
Pages: 37
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Report on the Analysis of Some Process-Oriented Curricula. An Annotated Listing. Program Report R101.
Bernstein, Susan; And Others
This report contains 20 summary-descriptions of curriculum programs and materials selected by the Institute for possible inclusion in its synthesis and validation of a K-6 process-promoting curriculum. Each description includes information on the developer and publisher plus a list of references (mostly published descriptions and critiques). Entries are "Science Curriculum Improvement Study" (SCIS) for K-6; "Elementary Science Study" (ESS); "Science--A Process Approach" for K-6; "Sense and Tell," a preprimary science system; "SRA Social Science Laboratory Units" for grades 4-6; MATCH project: Materials and Activities for Teachers and Children on nonverbal learning and communication in social studies and other areas; "Man: A Course of Study" in upper elementary social studies;"The Madison Project" in modern mathematics, K-9; MINNEMAST Project in mathematics science, K-3; "Nuffield Mathematics Project," an approach to teaching ages 5-13; The Frostig "Program for the Development of Visual Perception," K-1; "Peabody Language Development Kits" for ages 3-9; "Kindergarten Evaluation of Learning Potential" (KELP); Primary and Intermediate Reading Program; Project BEACON for K-3 language arts and affective development; Project ME (ESEA Program of Movement Education) in K-6 physical education; "Learning to Think," K-1; National Schools Project productive thinking curriculum; The Teaching of Inquiry Skills to Elementary School Children; and "Productive Thinking Program" for grades 5-6. (JS)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Eastern Regional Inst. for Education, Syracuse, NY.