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ERIC Number: ED100816
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Mar
Pages: 196
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Models for Individualized Instruction.
Georgiades, William, Ed.; Clark, Donald C., Ed.
This book, consisting of five parts, provides a collection of source materials that will assist in implementing individualized instruction; provides examples of interrelated systems for individualizing instruction; and describes the components of individualized instructional systems, including flexible use of time, differentiated staffing, new administrative roles, continuous progress curriculum, effective facility utilization, and continuous evaluation. Part 1 consists of an article that examines reasons why current innovations are not more productive, suggests methods for improvement, and describes appropriate criteria for judging program effectiveness. Part 2 includes articles designed to give practical ideas for the effective utilization of staff. Part 3 is concerned with the organization of content in individualized programs, including sequentially organizing matter and packaging it in a format suitable for student utilization. Part 4 deals with the role of the professional and the paraprofessional. Part 5 examines evaluation as it applies to innovative programs, including traditional and criterion-referenced evaluation. (PD)
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