ERIC Number: ED058514
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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How to Train Teachers to Train Adults.
Luke, Robert A.; Ulmer, Curtis, Ed.
The focus of this guide is on training those who are already teachers to work in the adult education field. Discussions are presented of the following points: Teachers Are Made--Not Born; What Is So Different about Teaching Adults; Setting the Goals for Teacher Training; Getting Underway with Planning; What Is a Training Design?; Where to Go from Here (The Learning Exercise, Demonstration Teaching, and Practice Teaching); The General Session; Learning Groups; The Steering Committee; Evaluation That Makes Sense; and Recruiting and Training Institute Personnel. It is concluded that the demonstrated potentiality of good training in adult teaching methods is so great that there is no reason why a carefully chosen teacher should not, if given the opportunity to learn and practice, measure up to the highest achievement levels. (DB)
Descriptors: Adult Educators, Curriculum Design, Educational Objectives, Educational Planning, Evaluation Methods, Inservice Teacher Education, Participation, Professional Continuing Education, Professional Personnel, Skill Development, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Education, Teacher Recruitment, Technical Education, Vocational Education
Prentice-Hall Adult Education Series, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. (no price given)
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