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ERIC Number: ED045731
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Jan
Pages: 120
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Compressed Survey Feedback as a Method for Conducting an Educational Conference.
Wilson, Thurlow R.; And Others
This report describes the development of the Compressed Survey Feedback Technique and its use to organize a College Discovery and Development (CDD) Conference. Survey feedback consists mainly of obtaining from members of an organization their opinions about the organization and then giving summaries of these opinions to various groups within the organization for discussion and action. Separate chapters deal with: (a) the CDD organization and its problems; (b) the survey feedback technique as a method for stimulating organization change; (c) the method used to develop materials and procedures for conducting the conference by condensed survey feedback; (d) the detailed final plan for conducting the conference; (e) an evaluation of the mechanics of running the conference; and (f) an evaluation of the effect of the conference on the participants and on the CDD organization. Appendices include the first and final draft of the CDD questionnaire, discussion guides, the post conference questionnaire, and the keynote address of Dr. Jacob Landers. (Author/TA)
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Authoring Institution: City Univ. of New York, NY. Div. of Teacher Education.