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ERIC Number: ED087716
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Nov
Pages: 50
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Partners for Educational Reform and Renewal.
Toledo Univ., OH. Coll. of Education.
The Ohio model, developed at the University of Toledo and implemented in the Toledo area, was designed to produce comprehensive educational change through the strengthening of relationships among the institutions, programs, and personnel who have an impact on educational change. The strategy of the model is to produce able teachers through the utilization of competency-based preservice teacher education programs, while simultaneously implementing in-service programs that introduce and support educational innovation, such as Individually Guided Education (IGE) and Multiunit Schools (MUS). The pre- and in-service training efforts are organized into five contexts of educational change: instructional organization, educational technology, contemporary learning-teaching process, societal factors, and research. The teacher education center is the conceptual and physical link in the model, tying together the university and the school systems, public and parochial. The center designs and implements strategies of change and also performs consultation, demonstration, production, instruction, and evaluation functions. (See related documents SP 007 699 through SP 007 706.) (HMD)
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Authoring Institution: Toledo Univ., OH. Coll. of Education.