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ERIC Number: ED127858
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 16
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Curriculum and Instructional Processes in American Higher Education.
Hogges, Ralph; Hogges, Lilia Pardo
Curriculum and instruction planners on the university campuses must continue in their attempts to provide quality in meeting the learners educational, vocational, and personal-social needs. Issues examined are: (1) planning courses and curricula to meet the needs of students; (2) the planning objectives in specific fields; (3) advantages and disadvantages of the lecturing methods; (4) group discussion; and (5) whether or not a teacher is needed. Shifts are necessary in approaches to teaching and evaluation to meet the needs of students. Needed is: (1) more student evaluation of faculty; (2) more emphasis on combining the resources of public and private institutions; and (3) education operating within an ivory tower. (Author/KE)
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Authoring Institution: Florida International Univ., Miami.