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ERIC Number: ED073067
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 21
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Analysis and Synthesis of Teaching Methods. A Handbook for Future Teachers.
Turk, Frederick G.; Rodgers, Mary C.
This handbook reviewed various teaching methods used in the matrix of the Greco-Christian-Roman tradition and generally recognized as pedagogically important. The 28 methodologies presented in the handbook were adapted to secondary teaching, but could also be applied to teaching on the college level. The general roles of the methodologies were: (a) utilization by students in minor and major methods classes as frameworks for microlessons; (b) use by student teachers; (c) utilization by college teachers as educational models to be followed by the students. Each method was described briefly giving procedures and recommendations for their usage. Emphasis of each methodology was placed on the needs of the individual in the learning situation. A 13-item selected bibliography was included. (BRB)
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