ERIC Number: ED042715
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Feb
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Further Definition and Examples of the Classes of Learning Experiences Found Within an Instructional System, Appendix G. Vol. II, A Plan for Managing the Development, Implementation and Operation of a Model Elementary Teacher Education Program.
Oregon Coll. of Education, Monmouth.
The four classes of learning experience found in an instructional system are defined as 1) orienting experiences, which provide a set of referents essential to meaningful study, and which may take the form of direct observation of children or teachers in classrooms, observation of filmed models, etc., and which may be used at any level; 2) foundations experiences, which lead to the mastery of knowledge and skills required to demonstrate a criterion competency, an example being the ability to use the Flanders system for classifying teacher behavior; 3) synthesizing experiences, which provide for the combination of two or more of the skills and their application to the solution of problems in simulated situations; and (4) consolidating experiences, which provide practice in live classroom settings, the application of competencies already demonstrated in the laboratory, and the implementation and evaluation of instructional experience in terms of the pupils' behavioral change. Related documents are SP 004 155 to SP 004 160, and SP 004 162 to SP 004 166. (MBM)
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Elementary School Teachers, Foundation Programs, Instructional Programs, Learning Experience, Orientation, Synthesis, Teacher Behavior, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Evaluation
Supt. of Docs., Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 (HE5.87: M72/V2, Appendixes A-P, $2.25)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Coll. of Education, Monmouth.
Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Flanders System of Interaction Analysis