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ERIC Number: ED100885
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Aug
Pages: 43
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Entry Program. Ed. 390, Revised.
Carroll, K.
This entry program is based on the following general purposes: (a) to help students formulate their professional decisions regarding grade level and/or subject area and to make tentative long-range plans on the basis of that decision; (b) to help students develop observational skills which enable them to analyze and evaluate teaching-learning situations; (c) to provide students with opportunities to plan, perform, and evaluate their own teaching-learning episodes; and (d) to provide an experimental base for the nurture of personal values for teaching and learning. The program is separated into three phases. Phase 1 is an orientation week of seminars to formulate decisions and plans for the participatory phase of the program (Phase 3). Included is a pretest and test on decision making. Phase 2 covers 2 to 3 weeks of observation at all levels of schools (elementary, junior high, and senior high) to develop students' observational skills and their own values for teaching. Included is a pretest and test on aspects of classroom teaching. Phase 3 involves 5 weeks of observation and participation at the desired level and/or subject to fulfill the following objectives: (a) to develop student abilities to identify behavioral objectives and teaching techniques; (b) to provide opportunities for planning, performing, and evaluating learning episodes to be performed on video tape; and (c) to continue evaluation of experiences in terms of personal values. (JCW)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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