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ERIC Number: ED079248
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 18
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Putting It All Together: An Attempt to Integrate Theory and Research About Self Confrontation in Teacher Education.
Fuller, Frances F.
A psychodynamic view posits that persistence of behavior change requires modification of a more or less permanent, spontaneous behavior potential which is partially outside the person's awareness and control. A review of the research and theoretical literature between 1960 and 1972 about video playback and other kinds of self-confrontation in education and psychology suggests an eclectic dynamic view. Video playback seems a powerful placebo with potential for harm as well as help. The change process includes stress; intense focus of self; identification of discrepancies among experience, observation, and goal; general activation of the system; increased realism; disruption of behavior; reassembly of behavior; and changes in discrepancies. Interacting upon outcomes are characteristics of the subject, the performance, the feedback, the focus, the focuser, the feedback situation, the subsequent real-life situation; and opportunities for elicitation, assembly, and continued use of behaviors. Application requires a systems approach including various subject, treatment, and context combinations for various outcomes. This system is called Personalized Teacher Education. (Author)
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1973