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ERIC Number: ED062300
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
Pages: 234
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Teacher Education and Social Change.
Mehrotra, R. N.; Katiyar, S. N., Eds.
This report reviews the proceedings of the First Asian Conference on Teacher Education held in Bangalore, India, June 1971. The theme of the conference was teacher education and social change. Four aspects of this theme were covered including a) modernization as a process and social ideal, b) socio-economic change and education, c) national goals and objectives with respect to modernization, and d) current issues in education. The conference was attended by 189 delegates, including 20 from other countries. The foreign delegates came from Malaysia, the Republic of Vietnam, Thailand, the United States, and UNESCO. This report consists of speeches and papers divided into four segments: 1) a general overview of the conference, welcome addresses, and a statement of theme; 2) education and social change with sub-headings of modernization and social change, teacher education and socio-economic change, and education of minorities; 3) issues in teacher education, specifically, in-service education, teacher educational curriculum, and innovations in teacher education; and 4) international perspectives including teacher cooperation in teacher education and teacher education in different countries. The two appendixes give the detailed program of the conference and the list of delegates. (MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Indian Association of Teacher Educators, Delhi (India).
Note: Report of the First Asian Conference on Teacher Education (Bangalore, June 1971)