ERIC Number: ED048130
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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Team Teaching as a Facilitator of the Nongraded School. Module V.
York, L. Jean
The fifth of seven modules on team teaching, this document deals with its use in a nongraded school organization. The major objectives are to develop an awareness of the differentiating characteristics of graded and nongraded school organization, the opportunities provided to individual children by a nongraded program, the way in which a nongraded program can facilitate the psychological and professional growth of teachers, and also some of the limitations and common pitfalls encountered. The study material includes: 1) a review of selected literature; 2) three programed lessons dealing with a graded program, a nongraded program, and team teaching and nongrading; 3) an audio-tape, "Continuous Pupil Progress: Definition, Examples, and Essential Conditions," by Robert H. Anderson; 4) three films with viewing guides: "Why Are Team Teaching and Nongrading Important?" with a lecture by John Goodlad, "Charlie and the Golden Hamster," and "Make a Mighty Reach"; and 5) mastery tests for the study materials. (SP 004 754-SP 004 757, and SP 004 759-SP 004 760 are the related documents.) (MBM)
Descriptors: Classes (Groups of Students), Continuous Progress Plan, Flexible Progression, Guides, Instructional Materials, Nongraded Instructional Grouping, Teacher Education, Teacher Improvement, Teaching Methods, Team Teaching
Leslie Press, 111 Leslie Street, Dallas, Texas 75207 ($2.80 each vol.; $19.60 set of seven; accompanying tapes and films also available)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Texas Univ., Austin. Research and Development Center for Teacher Education.
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