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ERIC Number: ED037192
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 14
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Using Tours Plus "Tutor Tapes" to Teach Humanities in Honolulu's Inner City.
Cox, Clarice Robinson
English 41, an introductory humanities course taught at Honolulu Community College, presented a foundation in art, religion, architecture, and music. Many class members were employed adults, including policemen and firefighters, who often missed off-campus tours and lectures. Tutor tapes were used to offset the problem of absenteeism. A student who had missed a museum tour, for example, could check out a multimedia pack at the college's Learning Resource Center. The pack consisted of a cassette tape recorder with earplug and shoulder strap, a map, a study guide, and a student reaction sheet. The student then could tour the museum at his own pace, listening to the recorded lecture. Further innovations in teaching the course are planned, including greater student involvement and more audiovisual aids. (MS)
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Identifiers - Location: Hawaii