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ERIC Number: ED072517
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Mar-21
Pages: 34
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Making Process Education Operational Through Objective Descriptions of Classroom Roles. A Training Package.
Cole, Henry P.
The materials and activities included in this learning package assist the trainees to understand the general philosophy and concepts of process education and to develop competency in the methods to translate these concepts into operational classroom practice. Participants are first presented with information and/or observations; they are then asked to think about the observation or information. After they have been presented with a problem or task that requires them to apply and extend the information they acquired in earlier stages, they are provided with feedback on some other ways in which they might have solved the problem or completed the task. The package has been designed to be used in an intensive 3-hour session or over a longer period of time. The appendix includes a list of alternative materials for use with the package and an annotated bibliography of suggested reading. (Author/DN)
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Note: Materials presented at National Education Technology annual conference (2nd, New York, March 21, 1972), and at Creative Problem Solving Annual Institute (17th, Buffalo, New York, June 1972)