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ERIC Number: ED083218
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 9
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The Impact of a Six Week Instructional Package on the Leadership Characteristics of a Group of College Junior and Senior Level Education Majors.
Cangemi, Joseph P.; And Others
Thirty junior- and senior-level college students enrolled in a teacher education program at Indiana University were administered the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule prior to the introduction of a newly developed instructional package geared to enhance the leadership behavior of teachers. The subjects participated in an instructional module, "Strategies of Teaching," for 6 weeks. The Edwards Schedule was administered again as a posttest at the conclusion of the module. Results indicated that the module was successful in significantly modifying the behavior of the subjects (as measured by Edwards) on the following traits: achievement, deference, abasement, and aggression. No significant differences were found among the posttest scores on the scales measuring autonomy, intraception, succorance, and dominance. (Author/JB)
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