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ERIC Number: ED065490
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 149
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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. Volume II.
Hafiz, M. Sharif
This document presents instructional modules of the competency-based elementary teacher education program at Norfolk State College. A three-fold criterion formed the basis of the instructional module: 1) knowledge of criteria, which are employed to assess only the first level of learning; 2) performance criteria, which are used to assess the student's ability to use his knowledge; and 3) product criteria, which are brought to bear in judging a teacher trainee's ability. The instructional modules (IMs) are learning tasks based on a single-concept behaviorally stated objective. Each IM-Cluster contains tentative procedural elements: objectives, rationale, prerequisites, pre-assessment, learning tasks and activities, resources, and post-assessment. IM-Clusters presented include a) an introductory overview of reading, b) reading readiness, c) teaching comprehension, d) organizing for meeting individual differences in reading, and e) reading difficulties and their treatment. Evaluative and related material are included. (MJM)
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Sponsor: National Center for Educational Research and Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Norfolk State Coll., VA.