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ERIC Number: ED141342
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
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Mother, I Can Do It Myself! A Humanistic View of Assessment and CBTE.
Heffernan-Cabrera, Patricia; Tikunoff, William J.
This document presents a teaching model established at the Rural-Migrant School of Education in California. Students in this school are preparing to teach children of Mexican-American descent and face the necessity of dealing with cultural and language differences that are unique to the area. While instruction is oriented toward the philosophy of competency-based education, there is a strong infusion of humanistic education. It is felt that the students of this school will need, in their teaching careers, a self-sufficiency and flexibility of approach. The teacher educators, therefore, blend the strongest elements of both educational philosophies so that the graduates will be able to cope in an independent manner with their students while having acquired the competencies they will need. (JD)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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