ERIC Number: ED065489
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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Developing a Competency-Based Elementary Teacher Education Program at Norfolk State College Based on the Implications-Study of the Comprehensive Elementary Teacher Education Models. Final Report. Vol. I.
Hafiz, M. Sharif
This report reviews the culmination of a series of activities, procedures, and conferences which were employed by the faculty of Norfolk State College (NSC) for the study of the Comprehensive Elementary Teacher Education Models (CETEMS). Five major procedures were incorporated in the process of studying the programs. The first step was to develop a criterion in terms of local needs and for use in the study of the CETEM Programs. Models were reviewed against this criteria. Next, project directors of those models which more closely reflected the criteria development for the study were invited to NSC to conduct a 1-day seminar on their model. Copies of summaries as well as full Phase 1 reports on CETEMS were made available for individual study. Teams of two or more members of the project staff made on-site visits to two model developing institutions, attended two conferences of developing institutions, and participated in a dissemination conference. Finally a 2-day workshop on the model programs was organized at the campus of NSC which was attended by the project staff, non-educational faculty of NSC, public school personnel education faculties from two other local teacher training institutions, and representatives from the state department of education. Appendixes on related material are included. (Related document SP 005 817) (MJM)
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Sponsor: National Center for Educational Research and Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Norfolk State Coll., VA.