ERIC Number: ED168211
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1979
Reference Count: N/A
Management System. University of New Hampshire-Portsmouth Teacher Corps Project. 12th Cycle.
Portsmouth Public Schools, NH.; New Hampshire Univ., Durham.
This document presents the management system developed by the University of New Hampshire-Portsmouth Twelfth Cycle Teacher Corps Project. This system, although very flexible and continually modified, is presented as a model that may be useful to other projects. According to the report, project goals, training objectives, and expected outcomes are clearly stated. A Management by Behavioral Objectives Task Analysis (samples of which are contained in the document) is done. The project evaluation design has four stages: context, input, process, and product evaluations. Documentation of project activities and accomplishments is collected in a central documentation file, documentation records or journals kept by each project member, and a monthly documentation interview of each member. The planning period of the project contains needs assessment and major decision-making for tailoring and beginning each project component. Process evaluation is used to determine the extent to which the program has been implemented as planned. Product evaluation requires the specification of directly measurable objectives. Both an internal and external evaluation are conducted. The research evaluation design, the evaluation timeline, the statement of policy and procedures, and the list of contents of the documentation file are also included. (Author/JM)
Publication Type: Guides - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Portsmouth Public Schools, NH.; New Hampshire Univ., Durham.
Identifiers - Location: New Hampshire