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ERIC Number: ED040149
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 53
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Evaluation Procedures in Certain Primary Teacher Training Institutions in Asia. Asian Institute for Teacher Educators, Quezon City, Philippines.
Bass, Raymond G.
This study was undertaken by the Asian Institute for Teacher Educators at Quezon City in the Philippines to discover current practices in assessing students in training and to determine their suitability for teaching. A questionnaire was prepared to cover four main areas: course subjects, practical teaching, co-curricular activities, and personal qualities, and responses were obtained from institutions in Burma, the Republic of China, India, Iran, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, and Thailand. The institutions selected had been designated Associated Institutions of the Quezon City Institute and the report does not claim to cover the total situation in any one country. No judgments are made on the various systems reported. Detailed results for each country are given under eight headings: 1) course subjects evaluated by final written examination; 2) course subjects not evaluated by final written examination; 3) course subjects not already treated, but evaluated at some stage by means other than a written examination; 4) practical teaching; 5) co-curricular activities; 6) personal qualities; 7) total evaluation of a student; and 8) additional information. (Related to SP 003 940, in this issue.) (MBM)
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Sponsor: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Bangkok (Thailand).
Authoring Institution: Philippines Univ., Quezon City.