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ERIC Number: ED072032
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 7
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Initiating A Performance-Based Teacher Education Program (PBTEP).
Bezzi, Ruth; Bezzi, D. R.
This document proposed a performance-based, field-centered, individualized and systematically designed elementary teacher education program. This program focused on the development of modules, or instructional units, for the program which provided effective instruction and viable curriculum development. The format for each module consisted of five components: a) a prospectus which defined the module rationale, b) general objectives, c) pre-assessment which determined the student's level of mastery of specific subject matter, d) activities designed to aid the student in mastery of the objectives, and e) a post assessment of the module objectives. Modules were constructed for the major components of the language arts program: handwriting, listening, spelling, oral, and written communication. The completed table of contents was included in the report. The field-centered aspect was described briefly, focusing on the involvement of practicing teachers in preselected elementary schools. Total involvement of educators was stressed, and subjective evaluations were suggested. (BRB)
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