ERIC Number: ED080395
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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Two-Way Mirror. Anthropologists and Educators Observe Themselves and Each Other.
American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC.
This publication contains two separate reports. Part I, the report of the Anthropology Curriculum Study Project (ACSP), is an accounting of the time, money, and human endeavor involved in curriculum development efforts toward a course in anthropology for the high school curriculum. The document includes four reports of ACSP staff members and nine appendices which provide information about the setting of the project, the processes by which ACSP worked, the results of the effort, and recommendations. The curriculum materials themselves are available from the Macmillan Company. The report of the Anthropology Curriculum Study Project Research Program is presented in Part II. The program described is intended to implement the use of curriculum materials in the course, Patterns in Human History, developed during the project. A study of the social organization of a project school, Section 1 - Ethnographic Studies, provides contextual data within which to interpret the cognitive studies reported in Section 2. Appendices contain sample tests used in the research and data tables. A related document is ED 062 263. (SHM)
Descriptors: Anthropology, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Tests, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Research, Educational Anthropology, Educational Objectives, Educational Programs, Educational Research, Ethnology, Program Descriptions, Projects, Publications, Secondary Education, Statistical Data
American Anthropological Association, 1703 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20009 ($4.00)
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Sponsor: National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC.