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ERIC Number: ED144101
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1977-Feb
Pages: 15
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The Affective Goals of Continuing Education.
Donlan, Dan
This paper presents a case study of English-program articulation from kindergarten through college level, emphasizing David Krathwohl's taxonomy of educational objectives and inservice education programs developed jointly by departments of education and school districts. Using Krathwohl's sequence--receiving, responding, valuing, forming a value complex, and acting in consistency with the value complex--the teachers and administrators in the case study, who were involved at specific educational levels, became aware of each other's problems, as they all worked to reach a common goal: unification of the English language arts curriculum from kindergarten through the college level. (RL)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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