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ERIC Number: ED121731
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Jan
Pages: 33
Abstractor: N/A
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Interim Milestone Cycle 1 Evaluation Progress Report. Social Conflict and Negotiative Problem Solving.
Milczarek, Gary
This progress report contains a summary of an evaluation of the Cycle I field trial of the Social Conflict and Negotiative Problem Solving instructional system, which was developed by the Improving Teaching Competencies Program of the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. The evaluation was done to document the field trial workshop, collect data for reporting development and evaluation progress to the National Institute of Education, and provide information helpful to the developers in strengthening the instructional system. The report contains three sections: (1) the evaluation method which summarizes background information about the test site and participants and outlines the evaluation activities; (2) the evaluation results; and (3) recommendations for development and evaluation. The report states that the field test and evaluation of the workshop were held with educators from four school districts in Orange County. It also states that the workshop had 13 objectives, some of which included: (1) accepting conflict as a natural part of social reality, (2) understanding the strengths and weaknesses of alternative ways of coping with conflict, (3) understanding a negotiative problem solving model, (4) increasing ability to recognize legitimate self-interests in conflict situations, (5) understanding the phenomeuon of power, and (6) integrating workshop learnings and applying them to home settings. According to the report, results of the evaluation indicated that most participants rated the workshop as helpful in attaining most of the 13 goals. Tables and references are included. (CD)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Sponsor: National Inst. of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Basic Skills Group. Learning Div.
Authoring Institution: Northwest Regional Educational Lab., Portland, OR.