ERIC Number: ED052229
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Abstracts for the 11th Annual Convocation of NERA.
Northeast Educational Research Association.
The Northeast Educational Research Association (NERA) hosted 10 sessions in November 1970. Papers presented at Session 1 dealt with special education (mentally retarded children, intelligence tests and figure orientation). Session 2 highlighted reading (initial teaching alphabet, Frostig subprograms on perception and the disadvantaged in regard to reading) and Session 3 focused on higher education. Session 4 was devoted to teacher perceptions (urban teachers, pre-service education and student-centered teaching); Session 5 solely to the study of the disadvantaged. Design and measurement topics included in Session 6 ranged from item analysis of criterion-referenced tests and stimulus standardization for individualized learning systems, to the scoring of creativity tests by computer simulation. Problems in measurement were dealt with in Session 9. Self-concept (review of research to relationship between creativity, social and academic acceptance) was treated in Session 7 and administration models, policies and influences in Session 8. The final session focused on facets of guidance and counseling papers. The NERA conference also included a number of symposia covering a wide range of topics. (CK)
Descriptors: Abstracts, Administration, Conference Reports, Conferences, Counseling, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Research, Guidance, Higher Education, Measurement, Reading, Self Concept, Special Education, Testing, Tests
Northeast Educational Research Association, New York State Education Department, Division of Evaluation, Albany, New York 12224 ($3.00)
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Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northeast Educational Research Association.