ERIC Number: ED094206
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Reference Count: N/A
Individualized Learning Activated by Business Educators in Illinois.
Clow, John, Ed.; Woolschlager, Ruth B., Ed.
In the State of Illinois, the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction is placing considerable emphasis on the concept of individualized instruction. With this concept in mind this monograph offers a series of teacher-written articles on individualized instruction in business education. The topics covered are: An Overview, by Willie Pyke; Individualized Typewriting, by Earl Flood and Jennie Cox; Individualized Instruction in Shorthand: First and Second Years, by James W. Claxton; Individualized Instruction as Part of a Five-in-One Approach for Teaching Office Machines, by Sharon Anne Fisher; Success in Individualized Accounting, by Carleen Presley; Individualized Instruction in Data Processing, by Dale Manning; A Knight's Daze About Credit, by E. Duane Hill and Thomas O. Stanley; Consumer Education: The Need to Individualize, by John Manzer; Cooperative Education: Individualization from the Start! by Beverly J. Hackett; An Evolving Program for Individualizing Learning: Reflections After Four Years, by Jeanne Dahl. Selected references and a list of IBEA board members are also included. (BP)
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Illinois Business Education Association.
Identifiers - Location: Illinois