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ERIC Number: ED134627
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 17
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Summary of Outcome Evaluation Report for Preparing Educational Training Consultants: Skills Training (PETC-1).
George, Catherine; Green, David
This report summarizes the technical report Outcome Evaluation Report for Preparing Educational Training Consultants: Skills Training (PETC-I) which presents the data collected about the three outcome studies of the PETC-I system. This information is primarily summative in nature and is designed to help those who may be considering the system as a training tool. Upon completion of the system, the PETC-I trainee is expected to be able to work with small groups to assist in improving process skills such as goal setting, problem solving, communicating, influencing, and decision making. The series is based on the rationale that educators with these process abilities can help schools continue to grow in organizational effectiveness by facilitating development of a climate supporting application of the process skills. The materials of the system include training strategies and procedures plus participant instructional materials. The PETC-I training consists of a two-week workshop. The first week is designed to familiarize participants (skills trainers) with the skills, concepts, and knowledge needed for conducting training in group process skills. The skills trainers also are acquainted with the Group Process Skills (GPS) workshop materials and instructional strategies. The second week consists of a 35-hour practicum experience in which teams of skills trainers (usually in groups of three) conduct a GPS workshop. (RC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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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.