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ERIC Number: ED088946
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Apr
Pages: 7
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Development of an Inservice Model Based on Program Evaluation.
Fifer, Fred L., Jr.; Rush, Donald E.
Theoretically, inservice provides enrichment through a variety of activities. Unfortunately, many are not designed for individual needs and teachers are unable to relate to purposes of inservice. This model bases inservice on the implications and recommendations resulting from program evaluation using the Kunkel-McElhinney model. Following adaptation/administration of this evaluation, a report is compiled and presentation/confrontation with the faculty constitutes the initial inservice. Based on student feedback, through the evaluation, teachers become aware of pupil-perception which aids in the formulation of groundwork for examining appropriate curricular alternatives. Results--short/long range--support this as an effective inservice model. (Author)
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