ERIC Number: ED104852
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
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Excellence in Teacher Education. 1975 Distinguished Achievement Awards Program.
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington, DC.
This document salutes the winning programs of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education's 1975 Distinguished Achievement Awards competition. The programs cited are the following: (a) Memphis State University's Project Memphis, an educational model providing handicapped infants service; (b) Indiana University's field-based Alternative School Teacher Education Program, which assists teachers in obtaining skills and experiences necessary for teaching in alternative public schools; (c) St. Edward's University's Bilingual-Bicultural Teacher Education Program to improve the educational achievement of Mexican American children in elementary school through the preparation of their teachers; (d) The University of Alabama in Birmingham's First-Year Teacher Pilot Program to maximize success of beginning teachers through establishment of a collaborative support system; and (e) The University of Michigan's Teaching as a Psychological Process, a field-based teacher education program to assist future teachers in applying psychology to the classroom. Certificates of recognition went to the following programs: (a) Austin College's Texacoma Cooperative Teacher Center; (b) College of Saint Teresa's Competency-Based Curriculum for Preservice Elementary Teachers; (c) Iowa State University's Models for Career Education; (d) The Ohio State University's program in Industrial Technology Education; and (e) the University of Pittsburgh's Middle School Teacher Corps Project. (JS)
Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington, DC.