ERIC Number: ED117446
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: N/A
Surveying for Community Education. Seminar Papers, June 28 and July 26, 1975.
Bedggood, Richard, Ed.
The nine seminar papers present discussion and methodology related to surveying for community education. The introductory paper, Initiating Community Education-Who Does It and How, examines local, governmental, nongovernmental, and individual roles in supporting community education. Methodological Considerations in Community Surveys discusses community survey design and data analysis. Another paper provides a listing of selected references related to the structure, formation, and analysis of sociological surveys. Surveying for University Community Education is a comparison of two continuing education surveys conducted at Auckland University in 1945 and 1951. The Assessment of Community Education Needs: the Masterton Study examines the effects of social background factors on the development of adolescents as a base for possible community programs. Surveying the High School Community and The Primary School Survey describe a questionnaire survey related to increased use of secondary school facilities for out-of-school classes. Other papers, which clarify school role within the total framework of community education are The Intermediate School Model in Community Education and Surveying a Community's Needs for Early Childhood Education Services. (EA)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Auckland Univ. (New Zealand). Centre for Continuing Education.; New Zealand Association for Community Education, Auckland.
Identifiers - Location: New Zealand