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ERIC Number: ED067716
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Pages: 15
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Planning for a Student Directed, Student Evaluated Learning Situation.
Ternent, William A.
The author describes an approach to course planning combining the fulfillment of instructor responsibilities with student involvement. This approach facilitates the student's self-determination of educational objectives and self-evaluation of achievement. To promote student involvement, the author suggests three requisite conditions: (1) self-directed learning; (2) student's acceptance of responsibility for his own learning; and (3) self-evaluation as a necessary input to self-responsibility in a learning situation. The author supports this approach with materials from contemporary educational philosophy and provides a practical guide for implementation of the approach. (LG)
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Note: Paper presented at the Convention of the International Communication Assn. (Atlanta, Ga., April, 1972)