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ERIC Number: EJ135005
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Publication Date: 1976
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Involved Educators Assess the Importance of Consultant Activities During the Implementation of an Innovative Curriculum
Harty, Harold
School Science and Mathematics, 76, 2, 97-106, Feb 76
Investigates the perceptions of teachers, principals, and consultants concerning the importance of identified inservice activities, provided by a consultant, to implementing teachers. One hundred-forty-five educators participated in a program in which Science--A Process Approach (SAPA) materials were introduced. Collectively, educators considered the demonstration of instruction most important, while teachers rated the consultant's skill in answering of content questions most valuable. (CP)
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