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ERIC Number: ED077138
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 21
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Competency Development and the Methodology of College Teaching: A Model and Proposal.
McCleary, Lloyd E.; McIntyre, Kenneth
This article is an attempt to assist professors of school administration in the planning of their instructional activities. Its purpose is to present a planning framework by which the type and level of learning desired can be matched with the most appropriate, feasible, and effective processes for attaining that learning. A model is presented for a "Competency Based Curriculum." The model includes a competency dimension classified primarily as technical, conceptual, or human; levels of competence to be attained (familiarity, understanding, or application); and the content (subject matter) and processes (methods) to be employed to develop the competency specified. The authors stress that in applying the model, the identification of competencies must include the active participation of practicing school administrators if competencies are to be relevant and properly analyzed into their component parts. The final section of the article examines the applicability of current instructional methodologies to the competency based curriculum model. (Authors/WM)
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