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ERIC Number: ED052155
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
Pages: 170
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Perspectives on the Role of the Teacher Corps Team Leader.
Toledo Univ., OH.
This collection of 10 position papers represents one phase of an effort to design behavioral objectives for training programs for Teacher Corps team leaders. Floyd T. Waterman identifies tasks and needed competencies for the complete range of team leader activities. Richard W. Saxe notes the several meanings of systems approach as they apply to the various aspects of designing a training program. Charles C. Jung describes three kinds of problem-solving processes and identifies the prerequisites for using change processes. Jack Spiess reviews the different approaches to leadership, and suggests the applicability of concepts of leadership to the specific situation of Teacher Corps team leaders. Robert Chin and Herschel N. Hadley consider that the teaching team has two objectives: to accomplish its assigned task and to maintain itself as a group. Jerry J. Bellon deals with the task of the team leader functioning as a professional manager to develop and maintain a work environment which facilitates the attainment of organizational objectives. Wilford A. Weber defines some concepts of competency based teacher education and suggests appropriate roles for team leaders. Kenneth R. Howey maintains that there is a logical and necessary relationship between the roles of the team leader as a teacher of teachers and a teacher of pupils. Russell C. Doll suggests the type of training needed for the team leader. Louis J. Rubin defends the position that the teacher is the curriculum. (MBM)
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Authoring Institution: Toledo Univ., OH.