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ERIC Number: ED034288
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Aug
Pages: 10
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Towson Educational Research Training Program. Final Report.
Hallam, Kenneth J.
The 1966-67 Towson Undergraduate Research Training Program consisted of: (1) three 4-credit hour courses in the basic concepts of measurement, experimental design, and data analysis; (2) a 4-credit hour course in the research literature of education; (3) a 6-credit hour research practicum in the summer session; and (4) a colloquium series, throughout the 12 months of the program, in which invited experts discussed their research specialities. During the program the trainees: (1) acquired the ability to read, analyze, interpret, and evaluate educational research; (2) acquired the basic concepts and techniques necessary to initiate and conduct research projects in education; (3) acquired the prerequisite knowledge and skills appropriate to graduate work in educational research; and (4) designed, conducted, analyzed, and reported a research project. The Towson Program was restricted to 15 trainees. The academic year began September 15, 1966 and ended May 31, 1967. The summer portion of the program was from June 12 to July 28, 1967. (Author/DE)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Towson State Coll., MD.