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ERIC Number: ED098045
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 185
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A Determination of the Activities of the State-Level Science Specialist.
Curtis, Karl Frederick
The investigator used this study to develop an appropriate model for the determination of the activities of a state science specialist. A questionnaire of activities was developed and state science specialists were asked to rate stated activities from greatest to least importance. A Q-sort instrument was used to determine opinions of Nebraska teachers, administrators, college instructors, and consultants, on the relative importance of the stated activities. Nebraska educators rated the categories of activities in the following order: (1) Activities Involving Individual Schools, (2) Activities Involving Curriculum and Instruction, (3) Activities Involving Pre- and In-service Teacher Education, (4) Activities within the State Education Agencies, (5) Activities Involving Other Public and Private Organizations, and (6) Activities Involving Professional Organizations. Recommendations were directed toward other subject area consultants of the Nebraska State Department and to other state education agencies in efforts to determine the activities and priorities for their curriculum staffs. (Author/EB)
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Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, The University of Nebraska - Lincoln