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ERIC Number: ED073137
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jul-15
Pages: 1
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Levels of Work of 1970 Summer Institutes. Appendix B.
Gibney, Thomas
This appendix lists the planned level of work by the participants in the Summer Institute courses. These levels were coded from 0 through 5 in relation to the following definitions: work at level of introductory course; work at level normally requiring approximately a year of prior study of basic subject matter; work at level normally requiring about 2 years; work a level normally requiring about 3 years; work at level comparable to that of the usual subject-matter course for advanced undergraduates or beginning graduates; and work at level comparable to that of the usual graduate courses. If the arithmetic average of the levels indicated for an institute was 2 or less, it was designated a Level A institute; if more than 2, it was designated a Level B. This allowed comparisons among participants with varying academic backgrounds. (For related documents, see TM 002 379-380.) (DB)
Not available separately, see TM 002 379
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Sponsor: National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Toledo Univ., OH. Center for Educational Research and Services.