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ERIC Number: ED127269
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 397
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Competency Based Training Program for Department Chairpersons and Other Resource Personnel.
Bingen, Frances N.; And Others
The Competency Based Training Program is a three part, three phase package. It contains: (1) a research document; (2) a set of 18 programed units and; (3) cassettes to accompany two specific units. The program phases require that: (1) the participant and a training advisor jointly perform a needs assessment activity and select appropriate units from the program; (2) that the participant perform the activities and exercises specified in phase one; and (3) that the participant meet with the training advisor for assessment of competency in that area upon completion of the prescribed units. Chapter one of the report discusses the development of the program. Chapter two presents the method, philosophy, and field-tested results; and chapter three is concerned with the results, conclusions, and explanations of the program components. Each unit of the program is designed to develop skills and understanding in a specific competency area. It lists the unit objectives, presents the exercises, and evaluation activities. The units are listed as A through R, and cassettes accompany units D and Q. Topics covered by the units are: Self-Assessment of Attitudes by Educational Leaders; Organization and Operation of Anne Arundel County Public Schools; Making Classroom Observations; Professional Conference; Identifying Learning Resources; Establishing Goals, Objectives, & Priorities; Developing Curriculum Knowledge; Improving Relationship Skills; Writing as Communication; Interviewing Prospective Personnel; New Teacher Orientation; Master Schedule; Department Schedule; Selecting, Planning, and Evaluating Use of Personal Time; Departmental Funds and Expenditures; Understanding Your School Community; Evaluating of Learning; and, What Goes on in a Group. (DMT)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Note: Ed.D. dissertation, Nova University