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ERIC Number: ED073083
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 19
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A Report on the Baltimore City Funded Project on Problems of Urban Vocational Schools Using a Cross-Discipline, Team-Teaching Model for Inservice Education.
Anderson, Lowell D.
This report summarized the first of two workshops for teachers of disadvantaged and handicapped students in vocational schools in the urban setting. The workshop was jointly planned by the Vocational Division of the Baltimore City Public Schools and the University of Maryland. Departments represented were special and industrial education and the institute for child study from the college of education. Goals for the workshop represented both the affective and cognitive domains of teacher behavior modification. Skills in defining instructional units using the case method, sensitivity to values of students, and attitudes of teachers were goals discussed. The methodology of the workshop involved cross-discipline team teaching which was modeled for vocational and academic teacher adoption. Evaluation of the workshops was based on participant rating of goal achievement, sponsoring and consulting agencies, and the total workshop. Recommendations for implementation of teacher developed concepts into vocational schools were made. (The related document is SP 006 167.) (Author/BRB)
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Authoring Institution: Maryland Univ., College Park. Dept. of Industrial Education.