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ERIC Number: ED078544
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Pages: 9
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The Context of Individualized Instruction and Some Exemplary Programs.
Grimsley, Edith E.
In this speech, the author attempts to show that staff development is of crucial importance for successful implementation of an individualized instruction program. The main body of the paper is devoted to a discussion of a staff development planning format in which four concept clusters having to do with individualized instruction are discussed. The first cluster concerns the learner -- what is believed about him, the way he learns, his decisionmaking ability, his motivation, and his ability to be self-directing; the second, what constitutes the learning environment for individualized instruction; the third, the instructional program; and the fourth, the teacher. A discussion on assessing program demands to determine staff requirements concludes the presentation. (Author/DN)
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Note: Paper presented at Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference (28th, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 17-21, 1973)