ERIC Number: ED222299
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: N/A
Individualization: Addressing Educational Needs of Migrant Children. 1981 Summer Institute Evaluation Summary.
Colorado Migrant Education Resource Center (CoMerc), Longmont.
Intended for project directors, consultants, Colorado Department of Education personnel, and other interested persons, this report examines the overall usefulness of the Colorado Migrant Education Resource Center's (CoMERC's) efforts in putting on an institute for summer migrant school instructional staff. The first section describes the planning, implementation, and follow-up processes accomplished by CoMERC and depicts the activities, participant make-up, and layout which existed at the institute's site in Dillon. Next, perceptions of strengths and weaknesses are presented from the points of view of CoMERC staff, the 224 participants (by way of evaluation forms, reaction papers, and discussions during summer visits by CoMERC staff), and 35 consultants. The final section contains analyses of possible impact of the institute by way of observations, statements made by participants, and cost factors involved. Implications for planning future training are included. Appended are the evaluation form, a copy of CoMERC's July newsletter, letters from special quests and participants, and a copy of the program for the institute. (Author/NQA)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Colorado Migrant Education Resource Center (CoMerc), Longmont.