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ERIC Number: ED151350
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 14
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The Use of Written Simulations in the Measurement of Teaching Competencies.
Kauchak, Don; Eggen, Paul
Skill acquisition is conceptualized as a three-step process in which students sequentially know about, understand, and apply a skill. Skills are described as conceptually based actions whose performance in the classroom is dependent upon cognitive factors. Written classroom simulations are described as one effective means of measuring comprehension of a skill. The function of these simulations is to ascertain understanding of these skills before students are asked to demonstrate these skills in micro-teaching or classroom settings. (Authors)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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