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ERIC Number: ED099387
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Dec-12
Pages: 14
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Some Value Premises to Consider in the Future Development of Performance-Based Strategies for Maximizing the Humane in Education.
Corrigan, Dean C.
In this speech on the education of teachers, the author discusses the following value premises: (a) freedom; (b) personalization of performance goals; (c) inquiry (teacher education must focus on the student's ability to be a responsible inquiry system); (d) knowledge based on usage that will foster social self-actualization in the student teacher; (e) curriculum--scope and sequence (engagement with the real work of teaching should begin as soon as a person wants to teach; and (f) role of teacher-educator, which is to create a situation in which students can afford to be themselves. Student teachers are quoted on their teaching experiences. The author concludes that if the reform of teacher education actions originates from, and frequently returns to these value premises for nourishment, competency-based teacher education has the potential to maximize the humane in teacher education. (JA)
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Note: Paper prepared for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Leadership Training Institute on PBTE (Boston, Massachusetts, December 12, 1974)