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ERIC Number: ED118270
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Aug
Pages: 9
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Changing the Others-Concept in Elementary School Children.
This paper briefly describes three studies in which the Paired Hands Test was used to assess the other-concept as a means of evaluating project or program objectives. The first study involved the use of the Paired Hands Test to evaluate an Afro-American Curriculum Project in which teachers recieved training in the development of a curriculum intervention project in their classrooms. In the second study, the instrument was used in the evaluation of an Outdoor Education Project where biracial teams worked together to solve a variety of science and mathematical problems set in an outdoor environment. In the third study, descriptive data was collected which reflect the characteristics of distributions of scores obtained by pupils at the fifth and sixth grade levels in one school in which the pupils were predominantly white, and in another school in which the pupils were predominantly black. Implications from the results of these studies are briefly discussed. (JMB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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