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ERIC Number: ED083147
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Sep
Pages: 292
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The Promise of Performance. (Competency)-Based Education: An Analytical Review of Literature and Experience. Final Report. SPON;BBB08936
Joyce, Bruce R.
This analysis, a review of literature and experience on performance-based education, is divided into nine chapters: chapter one, "The Short Form: Best-Guess Working Hypotheses for Competency-Based Education" (a summary of the frame of reference for this study and the recommendations for performance-based education which resulted from the effort); chapter two, "Performance-Based Education: Overview and Definitions"; chapter three, Origins: Where Did Competency-Based Education Come From?" (a brief history of its development in military training, cybernetic psychology, programs for children, and applications to teacher education); chapter four, "Innovation and Competency-Based Teacher Education"; chapter five, "The Bureau of Research Models: The Application of the Systems Approach"; chapter six, "The Model of the Teacher: Is a Generalist a Set of specialists?" chapter seven, "The National Teaching Style: The Target of Teacher Education" (a brief analysis of the objective studies of teaching); chapter eight, "What Would Be the Nature of a Comprehensive, Competency-Based Teacher Education Program?" and chapter nine, "What Would Be the Nature of a Competency-Based Teacher Center?" The appendix, "The Enormous Software Problem," consists of a review of available performance-based teacher education materials. The appendix is divided into seven sections. (Author/JA)
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