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ERIC Number: ED086474
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jun
Pages: 192
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Individualized Adult Science Education.
Lawrence, C. G.
As the proceedings of a national seminar on individualized adult science education, a total of 13 articles is compiled in this volume concerning the theory and techniques of curriculum development and the individualization process in upgrading Canadian science courses. The topics include: The Characteristics and Formulation of Behavioral Objectives; Sequencing and Clustering Behavioral Objectives in Designing a Curriculum; Saskatchewan NewStart's Individualized Processes in Adult Basic Education; Science Curriculum Project--Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology; Science Program--Stephenville Adult Center; Continuous Progress Physical Science Basic Training For Skills Development--Red River Community College; Conquering the World of Science--Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology; Audio Visual Methods for Individualized Instruction; Systems Approach to Training; Modular Training in Ontario; Science Curriculum Project--Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences; Science Curriculum Project in New Brunswick; and Determining Relevancy of Science Curricula. Contained is a list of seminar participants with their address. (CC)
Saskatchewan New Start Incorporated, P. O. Box 1565, 154 8th Street East, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan ($4.95)
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Sponsor: Saskatchewan Dept. of Education, Regina.; Department of Regional Economic Expansion, Ottawa (Ontario).
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan NewStart, Inc., Prince Albert.
Identifiers - Location: Canada