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ERIC Number: ED048130
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 76
Abstractor: N/A
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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)
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.
Note: Developed with OE support and published under limited copyright authorization pursuant to the procedures of the USOE Copyright Guidelines