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ERIC Number: ED104022
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 53
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Focus: Seven Steps to Community Involvement in Educational Problem Solving.
Winecroff, Larry; Powell, Conrad
This model is designed to develop problem-solving skills and to involve diverse groups of people in seeking solutions to real problems of concern to them. It can be used in a simulated situation, such as a college classroom, for teaching systematic approaches to problem-solving, or it can be used by an agency or institution that wants to broaden its decision-making base and at the same time get at the task of solving institutional or community problems. Local advisory councils will find the model a useful tool to help maximize use of their time in setting priorities and in developing and evaluating programs. The model covers seven activities--recognizing there is a problem, assessing the problem, clarifying the problem and setting priorities, establishing goals to solve the problem and setting goal priorities, developing a planning guide, designing an activity plan to implement the guide, and checking to see if the problem is corrected. (Author/IRT)
Pendell Publishing Co., P. O. Box 1666, Midland, Michigan 48640 ($3.00)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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