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ERIC Number: ED102164
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 21
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
A School-University Partnership to Prepare Physical Educators for the Individualization of Instruction.
Melograno, Vincent; Sharp, Neil
The four-phase project, Toward Individualized Instruction, is a school-university partnership designed to meet the needs of physical educators for relevance during preservice teacher educators and individualized instructional programs. During phase one, students fulfill the following course requirements as they relate to their field base: (a) complete separate observational and instructional field experience; (b) construct individualized learning packets; (c) develop teaching strategies; (d) microteach; and (e) analyze teaching behavior. During phase two, the student undertakes independent study and assists with the instructional or activity program at the field base. During phase three the student progresses through four developmental levels: adjustment, support, lead, and independent teaching. During phase four, the graduate is aided in job placement, and professional consultation and resources are available in the design of instructional materials and teaching strategies appropriate to the new program. (Author/PD)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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