ERIC Number: ED054086
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
Conceptual Models in Teacher Education. An Approach to Teaching and Learning.
Verduin, John R., Jr.
The views of each of 13 educational theorists on his special field of interest in education, presented in a series of seminars, are stated by the author of this resource book, classified according to LaGrone's categories for improving preservice teacher education. Under "The Analytical Study of Teaching" are the views of (1) B.O. Smith on "The Logical Aspects of Teaching," (2) Taba on "Teaching Strategies for Cognitive Growth," (3) Gage on "Paradigms and Theories of Teaching," (4) Flanders on "Interaction Analysis," (5) Bellack on "The Language of the Classroom," and (6) Getzels on "The Classroom Group and the School as a Unique Social System." Under "Structure and Uses of Knowledge" are the views of (7) Harry Broudy on the "Uses of Knowledge," and (8) Albert Hickey on "The Logical Structure of Teaching.""Concepts of Human Development and Learning" includes discussions of (9) James Gallagher's "Structure of the Intellect," and (10) Suchman's "Inquiry Training.""Designs for Teaching-Learning" subsumes (11) Woodruff's work on "Concept Formation and Learning Unit Design," and (12) Krathwohl's work on "Educational Goals." Under "Demonstration and Evaluation of Teaching Competencies" the work of Maccia on "Theories of Instruction" is presented. This document previously announced as ED 011 883. (LC)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Classroom Communication, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Concept Formation, Educational Objectives, Educational Strategies, Educational Theories, Instructional Design, Interaction Process Analysis, Learning Processes, Logic, Models, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington, DC.
Identifiers - Location: District of Columbia