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ERIC Number: ED233514
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 81
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Preservice Education and Leadership Training.
Bogatz, Boris E., Ed.
Directions, v3 n3 1983
The journal includes 12 papers on the topic of preservice education and leadership training in deaf education. Articles focus on aspects of administration and supervision, application of theory to practice, and research perspectives. The following articles are included: "An Interview with Dr. Herman Goldberg, Executive Director of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services" (B. Bogatz); "A Situational Behavioral Model for Analyzing and Improving Administrative Effectiveness in Programs and Schools for the Deaf" (T. Landers); "Conflict: Cure or Curse?" (W. Marshall and M. Hanson); "Increasing the Professional Effectiveness of Instructional Supervisors in Deaf Education" (F. Duffy); "Preparing Professionals in Special Education Administration at Gallaudet College" (W. Marshall and E. Skinski); "Training the Hearing-Impaired Student Teacher for the 'Hearing Classroom': Problems and Solutions" (D. Martin); "Preparing Teachers of Multihandicapped Hearing Impaired Students" (T. Jones and E. Holzhauer): "The Counseling Laboratory: A Training, Service, and Research Model" (M. Danek and F. White); "Toward Greater Effectiveness in Deaf Education--An Applied Science View" (M. Futrell); "An Investigation of the Criterion-Related Validity of the SAT-HI Reading Comprehension Subtest for Deaf Students" (C. LaSasso and B. Davey); "Q-Sort Methodology--A Technique for Identifying Competencies Needed by Teachers of the Hearing Impaired" (M. Sass); and "The Family Environment and the Self-Esteem of the Deaf Child" (S. Guterman). (CL)
Gallaudet College Press, Directions, Box 5664, Washington, DC 20016 ($10.00 year, $4.00 single copy).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Gallaudet Coll., Washington, DC.