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ERIC Number: ED042721
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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The Feasibility of Educational Specifications for the Ohio Comprehensive Elementary Teacher Education Program. Phase II. Final Report.
Dickson, George E.
This study presents a detailed outline of costs and student and faculty time required for each specification in four different versions of the model program--from ideal to basic. Cost breakdowns are also given for six target populations: 1) preservice-pre-school and kindergarten teachers; 2) preservice-elementary teachers; 3) inservice teachers (all levels); 4) college and university personnel; 5) administrative personnel; 6) supportive personnel. These data tables comprise more than one half of the report. The report also contains a simulated program for the preservice population using the "basic" version of the model. It describes briefly the nature and cost requirements of the four different model versions for inservice and supportive personnel. The final chapter gives a detailed description of the evaluation model developed. An appendix lists deletions, additions, and changes made in the specifications since the publication of the Phase I report (ED 025 457 and ED 025 456). Conclusions, based on potential 5-year cost considerations, are that the model is feasible in all respects, assuming that the "basic " version of the model is used for the preservice and supportive target populations and that each of these populations does not exceed 200. (RT)
Descriptors: Administrators, Cost Estimates, Educational Specifications, Elementary School Teachers, Evaluation Methods, Feasibility Studies, Inservice Teacher Education, Models, Paraprofessional School Personnel, Preservice Teacher Education, Program Costs, Program Evaluation, Teacher Education, Teacher Educator Education
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Toledo Univ., OH.