ERIC Number: ED121524
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jun-9
Reference Count: N/A
Arizona's Annual Migrant Child Teacher Institute (6th, June 9 - June 27, 1975).
Arizona State Dept. of Public Instruction, Phoenix. Div. of Migrant Child Education.
Since 1970, the Migrant Child Teacher and Aide Institute has introduced approximately 175 Arizona teachers and 50 aides to new curriculum concepts in the areas of oral language development, reading, and individualized instruction. Jointly selected by the building principal, school superintendent, and the State Director of Migrant Education, participants then return in the fall and implement many of the recommended changes by training other teachers, creating demonstration classrooms, recommending specific instructional materials, and aides serving in instructional capacities. At the end, teachers are asked to evaluate the overall three-week institute on the basis of location and facilities, workshop content, consultants, general comments, and pre-post self-rating scale. Aides are asked to evaluate each consultant, what they felt was the most enjoyable feature of the Aide Institute, and make suggestions for the following year. This annual report presents the reactions of the participants during 1975. Overall their reactions were very favorable. The report also includes: the English and Spanish language structures used in the Oral Language Evaluation; the curriculum guide series used in Gallup, New Mexico; the scope and sequence chart used in the reading component; the Institute certificate; and a listening of past and present participants. (NQ)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Arizona State Dept. of Public Instruction, Phoenix. Div. of Migrant Child Education.
Identifiers - Location: Arizona