ERIC Number: ED058512
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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Developing Successful Community Assistance Programs.
Kozoll, Charles; Ulmer, Curtis, Ed.
This guide is written for the adult education teachers and administrators; it shows why and how to use outside resources and the extensive agency and individual assistance available. The material presented concerns the following subject areas: A Realistic Self Appraisal (Where to Find Assistance; Obligations to the Adult Student; Responsibility in Perspective); Sources of Support (Organizations Providing Assistance; Assistance from the Community); Working with the Poor: A Question of Attitude and Sensitivity (Introducing Available Services; Financial Guidance and Assistance; Locating and Utilizing Services); Specialized Attention (Physically Handicapped; Mentally Disturbed; Epidemic Social Diseases; Prison and Parole Guidance; Family Problems); Help from Private Organizations (Minority Group Cultural Associations; Civil Liberties; Intergroup Understanding; The Local Chamber of Commerce); Human Resource Contributions (What to Look for in a Speaker); Groups Requiring Specialized Assistance (Serving the Aged; Accommodating the Rural Resident); Pacing and Introduction of Material (Maintaining the Proper Attitude; Getting the Student to Evaluate Differing Points of View); Building Awareness: Training for Coordinates and Teachers (Staff Responsibilities; Locating and Assembling Material; Reviewing Material; The Availability of Outside Speakers). A Conclusion and Bibliography are provided. (DB)
Descriptors: Adult Students, Bibliographies, Community Programs, Disadvantaged, Economically Disadvantaged, Family Problems, Guides, Handicapped Students, Human Resources, Human Services, Inservice Education, Instructional Materials, Older Adults, Relevance (Education), Rural Population, School Community Relationship, Social Problems
Prentice-Hall Adult Education Series, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. (no price given)
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