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Estes, Gary D.; Anderson, Judith I. – 1976
Physical Education Opportunities for Exceptional Learners (PEOPEL) is a second year Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title III project within the Phoenix Union High School System. This program is designed to meet the need for a program at the secondary school level that addresses itself to meeting physical, social, emotional and mental…
Descriptors: Adapted Physical Education, Attitude Measures, Comparative Analysis, Educational Objectives
Atkins, Janice – 1975
The Comprehensive Early Childhood Education Network (CECEN), established in 1971, had three main components: (1) information dissemination at the district level, (2) district training plans for parents, teachers and administrators, and (3) monitoring reports from each district on the effectiveness of its activities. A fourth component, the…
Descriptors: Classroom Observation Techniques, Community Involvement, Comprehensive Programs, Early Childhood Education
Miller, Ruth R.; Kennedy, William R. – 1975
Project Impact is an innovative three year program being carried out in mutual cooperation by the Cleveland Public Schools and the Department of Education at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio with Elementary Secondary Education Act Title III funding. The program seeks to humanize the educational process in the urban schools by…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Attitude Change, Classroom Communication, College School Cooperation
Goldberg, Isadore – 1976
The purpose of the Students and Teachers Develop English Curriculum project (an Elementary-Secondary Education Act Title III program) was to encourage the adoption of innovative curriculum units and instructional strategies in District of Columbia public schools. This booklet describes program background and objectives, methods and procedures of…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Curriculum Enrichment, Elementary Secondary Education, English Curriculum
Sullivan, John Joseph – 1973
The study examines selected characteristics of the innovator, the innovation, and the school system as related to attempts at educational innovation through ESEA Title III proposals in 1966 in Massachusetts. An attempt is made to identify those characteristics, associated with successful institutionalization, in the hope of indicating implications…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Change Agents, Change Strategies, Doctoral Dissertations
Western North Carolina Consortium, Inc. – 1975
This document compiles the addresses presented at the 1st Annual Staff Development Workshop sponsored by the Western North Carolina Consortium. Presentations include: (l) "Staff Development--Why?" by Louis W. Bender; (2) "Staff Development--The State of the Art" by W. Robert Sullins; (3) "State Resources" by Hazel…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Cooperative Planning, Cooperative Programs, Educational Planning
New Jersey State Council for Environmental Education, Upper Montclair. – 1975
The activities in this publication are taken from one of the thirteen units comprising the "Environment and the Quality of Life" series in New Jersey. This book is one of three containing energy-related student activities at various grade levels. The topic of this particular book is energy transportation. The activities correspond to a…
Descriptors: Conservation Education, Elementary Education, Energy Conservation, Environmental Education
New Jersey State Council for Environmental Education, Upper Montclair. – 1975
This publication is one of three books containing energy-related student activities at various grade levels. This particular book is concerned with energy technology. The activities correspond to a number of behavioral objectives and are further grouped according to suitability for pupils in grades 7-9. Interdisciplinary in approach, the…
Descriptors: Conservation Education, Energy Conservation, Environmental Education, Instructional Materials
New Jersey State Council for Environmental Education, Upper Montclair. – 1975
This publication is one in a series of three energy-related units selected from the "Environment and the Quality of Life" environmental education series. It contains numerous student learning activities for various grade levels, based on a number of behavioral objectives. Each activity provides the purpose, suitable grade level, related…
Descriptors: Conservation Education, Energy Conservation, Environmental Education, Instructional Materials
Lawton, Cleopatra; And Others – 1976
This publication reports on the effectiveness of The World Is Your Museum Project in developing and implementing an art education model for elementary school children in the District of Columbia. Over the past three years, approximately 44 teachers and more than 1,000 students have made field trips into their community, visited museums, been…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art Expression
Drummond, Robert; And Others – 1975
Project STEP was developed at John Reed Middle School, Redding, Connecticut, to investigate the feasibility of directly involving retired citizens in an instructional relationship with learning-disabled junior and senior high school students. The project proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of techniques for training senior citizens as…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Cross Age Teaching, Handicapped Students, Individual Development
Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD. – 1977
This curriculum guide for parent education teachers lists objectives, parent activities and resources for units on infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The unit on infants includes sections dealing with prenatal development and the birth process; appropriate expectations of growth and development; needs of new parents; basic needs of infants; and…
Descriptors: Behavior, Bibliographies, Child Development, Child Rearing
California State Dept. of Education, Sacramento. – 1977
This booklet describes the activities and results of five Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title III reading projects which were judged to be successful in improving pupils' reading ability. The programs served pupils in grades 1 through 12 and were instituted in districts in which pupils performed below expectancy in reading ability. For…
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Parent Participation, Reading Difficulty
Berman, Paul; And Others – 1977
This report is one of three volumes that describe the second phase of a study that examined the implementation of four federal change agent programs related to education. Phase 2 of the study focused on what happens to local projects in the two largest change agent programs--ESEA Title III and ESEA Title VII--when federal funding stops. This…
Descriptors: Diffusion, Educational Innovation, Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education
Jonz, Jon – 1976
This is a teacher's guide for "Poor Simpleton," a language test designed for students of English in bilingual programs. The guide explains the nature of the test, how to administer and score it, and how to analyze test results. The test is a modified version of the cloze procedure. Unlike most cloze tests, which are…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Cloze Procedure, English (Second Language), Error Analysis (Language)
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