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ERIC Number: ED155143
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Feb
Pages: 37
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An Examination of Teaching Competencies Derived from the Models of Teaching and Their Relationship to Generic Skills.
Wheeler, Ann
A cross-matched list of teaching competencies was derived from the Florida Essential Competencies List and the Carey Validation of Self-Evaluation Procedures for Identifying Instructional Needs of Teacher Centers. This list of teaching skills was then used to determine competencies embedded in four models of teaching--a creative process model, a scientific inquiry model, a concept formation model, and a concept attainment model. Sixteen responses from individuals with expertise in models of teaching and instructional design were used to determine the congruence between the models and the skills list in each of five skill categories: planning instruction, evaluating learning, communicating with peers and parents, classroom management, and teacher evaluation. Responses indicated that at least 75 percent of the competencies in each of the four models had congruence to generic skills. Implications for teacher education programs are discussed. A list of teaching competencies is appended. (MJB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Association of Teacher Educators (58th, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 1978)