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ERIC Number: ED047852
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 36
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To Teach a Migrant Child; Programs and Concepts in Migrant Education.
Minkler, Elton D.
In the Foreword, it is stated that "It is not the purpose of this publication to set forth a grand scheme for migrant education programs, nor is it intended to serve as a progress report or an assessment of the Oregon State Plan for Migrant Education. It is published with the much more humble intent of reflecting in some degree the philosophy of the project activities of the state programs." Included are thoughts on objectives, symbolization, sympathy, homogeneous groupings, identifying the individual, bilingual culture, and the use of school-home coordinators. Ongoing Oregon projects selected by the authors for discussion are the Dayton Migrant Summer School and Teaching Laboratory, which involves all age groups; the outdoor educational experiences provided at Lake Creek Camp Grounds; the Migralab Service; and the Ontario Program for academic development of preschool through high school migrant students. Appendices are provided on curriculum development, utilization of migrant education grants, and criteria for migrant education programs. (LS)
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Authoring Institution: Oregon State Board of Education, Salem.
Identifiers - Location: Oregon