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ERIC Number: ED143338
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 356
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Learning Centers: Development and Operation.
Bennie, Frances
There has been in recent years a growing acceptance of individualized learning concepts. Learning Centers have come to be viewed as an economical and viable strategy for accommodating diverse learning styles and needs. This book provides the educator with an understanding of the learning center concept, its origins, present manifestations, and potential--through proper implementation--for achieving true individualization of instruction. Chapters trace the 200-year educational history leading to the emergence of learning centers, present an overview of trends in their development, set forth a conceptual framework for the model, present an operational model of processes, properties, and people in learning centers, describe a typical day in center operation, and discuss the learning center as a catalyst for change and staff development. (Author/KP)
Educational Technology Publications, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632
Publication Type: Books
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