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ERIC Number: ED041184
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Apr-24
Pages: 68
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Reference Count: 0
PROJECT SOLVE (Support of Open Concept Learning Areas through Varied Educational Teams). Application for Operational Grant under E.S.E.A., TITLE III for July 1, 1970 - June 30, 1973.
Somersworth School District, NH.
The SOLVE story begins with a History of SOLVE and a Statement of Need. The needs of the member schools of SOLVE are nearly all focused on staff development skills. In the section on Staff Development the writers of this project have detailed some expectations for teachers in the individualization of instruction. Also in this section are detailed some aspects of the Process of Teaching, Teaching Skills which consider Group Process to a small degree, and a section on the Principal as Change Agent. This project has a great responsibility to the rest of the state and for this reason the dissemination section reflects the need to build a model that will serve the SOLVE schools and the new open-concept schools which may number as many as 23 in the State of New Hampshire by September 1972. The evaluation model was done by Heuristics of Massachusetts. It represents the thinking of not only the project writers and heuristics, but also the consultation of H. Stuart Pickard and R. Cliff Wing. The final consideration was the duality of Project SOLVE and its need as a Project on the one hand and the needs of the member schools on the other. To this end the Narrative reflects the need for Project SOLVE regarding personnel and its fulfillment of the objectives for the member schools. (Author)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Somersworth School District, NH.