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ERIC Number: ED035407
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Aug
Pages: 108
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A Faculty Internship Program for William Rainey Harper College.
Birkholz, John R.
A systematic internship program for teachers is essential in maintaining high quality instruction in the junior college. This study investigates the need for junior college teachers and the type of preparation they require. It also covers existing college internship plans and the type of education desired for junior college teachers of business in Illinois. The purpose of the study was to develop an internship plan for William Rainey Harper College. A two-part program was developed. The intern first takes a course relating to the junior college and business education. In this course he forms an outline for the course he will teach during the second part of his internship. The intern must also attend weekly seminars on the problems of interns and the philosophy and problems of the junior college. Upon completion of this program, the intern is expected to have developed satisfactory instructional objectives in course design as well as skill in selection and utilization of instructional materials. (MS)
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Identifiers - Location: Illinois