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ERIC Number: ED107641
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-May-12
Pages: 20
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Reference Count: 0
Writing Performance/Behavioral Objectives After Teaching with Them.
Alvir, Howard P.
This paper reports on the first of four phases of a training session, involving 26 occupational teachers, which proposed to devise guidelines, for local leadership. Leadership was conceived as the ability to teach others so that they could teach themselves in a minimum period of time. The local aspect of this leadership was interpreted to mean that each teacher would teach herself or himself, as well as colleagues and students, in such a way as to provide for immediate feedback. Each phase consisted of the following six steps: (a) the author gave an example based on his experience working with teachers interested in using better objectives and test items; (b) at least five participants reacted to (a) by citing a similar example based on their own experience; (c) one or two of these group-generated examples were analyzed in order to specify implications for instructional and learning objectives; (d) the examples were analyzed in order to explain the implications for diagnostic and mastery test items; (e) the same examples were further analyzed in order to develop a variety of alternatives useful for attaining the preceding objectives as measured by the preceding test items; and (f) when the time allotted to the phase was up, each of the preceding five steps was summarized into one practical conclusion that could be accepted by the majority of the group. (Author/PB)
Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: GREC--FILMS, Montreal (Quebec).