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ERIC Number: ED065476
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-May
Pages: 28
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Flowcharts: How to Conduct a Workshop.
Ritz, William C.; And Others
This set of flowcharts was designed for use with the companion volume, "How to Conduct a Workshop," a detailed guide describing procedures for organizing and managing an inservice workshop. Based on extensive workshop experience of the Eastern Regional Institute for Education (ERIE), these flowcharts are intended to help any educator who is faced with the task of planning and conducting a workshop, whatever the size. The key features of the flowcharts are 1) Each task is written in generalized form in order to be useful in conducting any workshop. 2) Each task is written in the form of a behavioral action statement. 3) Each workshop task is enclosed within a rectangle, the direction in which the symbol points indicated whether it is a "lead out" or "lead in" item. Two key letters inside the symbol indicate the inter-flowchart references. The flowcharts concern instructional programs, funding and costs, staffing materials, scheduling, site logistics, microteaching, publicity and registration, college credit procedures, non-instructional activities and evaluation. (Related document is SP 005 813.) (Author/MJM)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Eastern Regional Inst. for Education, Syracuse, NY.