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ERIC Number: ED084246
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 20
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Planning and Conducting Individualized Inservice Workshops.
Champagne, David W.; And Others
This paper presents a planned, goal oriented, skill building, in-service training program that is based on district goals. The participants are professionals, chosen by local school districts, who train teachers, aides, parents, and volunteers in the use of the Primary Education Project/Individually Prescribed Instruction systems. The report contains a short description of the Learning Research and Development Center, Project Follow Through, and a K-3 program designed for children eligible under poverty guidelines. The paper emphasizes the organization and implementation process used in the project and analyzes those parts of the process that seem to have the widest applicability for other settings. An in-service training workshop helps an in-service professional become familiar enough with the system to train participants with little supervision. The workshops are based on district goals, self-selection of skills, cooperation with consultant staff members, and continuous evaluation. Diagrams in the report show the organizational structure of the project, the general schedule of the workshop, and activities offered during individual prescription time. (BRB)
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