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Illinois State Office of Education, Springfield. – 1977
This booklet on technology is one of a series in environmental education for grades K-12. The activities in this booklet are concerned with the societal and environmental costs of technology. Three basic behavioral objectives are listed with activity options and appropriate subject areas. Information for the nine activities includes materials and…
Descriptors: Economics, Environmental Education, Instructional Materials, Interdisciplinary Approach
A description of a Title III funded project is presented in this paper. The project, Urban Awareness, involves an urban field trip for high school students from suburban areas. Every year, at least five classes from suburban Hamilton spend a school day in Boston's North End and Roxbury districts as a means of studying the city and its ethnic…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Field Trips, High School Students, Program Content
Tallahassee City Schools, FL. – 1977
The federally funded "New Adventure" program for children in the primary grades stresses individually determined language arts instruction coupled with positive behavioral principles. The first section of this document describes the program, presents the results of the first three years of its operation in a Tallahassee (Florida)…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Educational Resources, Evaluation Methods, Individualized Instruction
Barclay, James R.; And Others – 1975
This paper presents an evaluation of a 3-year Title III project carried out in the Vigo County School Cooperation, Terre Haute, Indiana. The project involved the evaluation of three differing instructional methodologies utilized in three elementary schools which also differed in the socioeconomic background of the students. The Dixie Bee school,…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Behavior Change, Comparative Analysis, Contingency Management
Korth, Stephanie H.; Wurster, Stanley R. – 1977
An ESEA Title III project, the Outdoor Laboratory and Community Nature Center was conceived, planned and implemented within a three year period (1974-77). During the first year, which was primarily a planning year, specialists in various areas related to environmental studies were consulted. The project director traveled considerably to observe…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Community Programs, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education
Fine, Jo Renee; And Others – 1977
Three years of evaluation activities were conducted by the Institute for Developmental Studies (IDS) at New York University for the 1973-1976 program years of Project Mainstream, a Title III, ESEA project in New York's Lower Hudson Region. This work was carried out with the cooperation and support of the Yonkers, New York school system. Objectives…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Administrator Attitudes, Behavior Change, Behavior Patterns
Norris, Ruby Lee, Ed.; Sange, Sally Harris, Ed. – 1977
This book emerged from a Poetry in the Schools program which had two facets: teacher workshops and instruction by poets in elementary and secondary classrooms. Part one, "Poets and Teachers in Dialogue," describes major issues discussed in teacher workshops: keeping the imagination alive, writing as a way of discovery, exploration of…
Descriptors: Creative Writing, Elementary Secondary Education, English Instruction, Literary Criticism
Anderson, Paul; And Others – 1974
This publication describes classroom activities that English teachers can use in helping junior high school students to explore individual career goals. Designed to increase students' awareness of occupations related both directly and indirectly to English skills, the activities are organized into four sections: (1) Who Am I? (2) What Are the Life…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Career Development, Career Education, Career Exploration
Havelock, Ronald G. – 1976
This report describes a study of one-year educational innovation projects funded under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. Focus of the study was not on the content of the projects but on how they were conducted, with particular emphasis on the role of the project directors. Data for the study were gathered through…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Administrator Role, Administrators, Demonstration Programs
Merrimack Education Center, Chelmsford, MA. – 1976
Findings of the one-year evaluation of Massachusetts Title III, Elementary and Secondary Education Act innovative projects covering the period from July, 1975 through June, 1976 are outlined in this summary. The formative stages of evaluation are viewed from two perspectives: project strategy designs and project directors' change processes. The…
Descriptors: Change Agents, Change Strategies, Diffusion, Educational Innovation
Mortensen, Erik – 1975
This report presents a description and evaluation of the Bilingual Resource Center (BRC) funded under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. This center functioned mainly as a clearinghouse, resource library, and dissemination unit on bilingual/bicultural education. The program's primary objectives were related to goals…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, Cultural Influences, Education Service Centers
Thrasher, William; And Others – 1973
This guide is designed to assist curriculum developers, subject area specialists, and teachers in identifying environmental activities and learning aids appropriate for various grade levels. The guide attempts to integrate all grade levels by using the same conceptual scheme throughout the primary, intermediate, middle, and secondary levels. This…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Curriculum Guides, Ecology, Elementary Secondary Education
Nolte, Jane – 1973
This is the final project-outcomes report of the Home Aid for Parents in Preschool Education (H.A.P.P.E.) which had as its ultimate goal the development of a variety of materials for the education of parents of preschool children and future parents (e.g. high school child development students). Results are described in terms of the six project…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Instruction, Child Development, Delivery Systems, Dial Access Information Systems
Stilwell, William E.; Barclay, James R. – 1976
This report describes a 12-week pilot phase of an affective education program in the Stuttgart School District, Arkansas. Participating in the program were 218 children, grades 2-4, and a team of nineteen teachers who were given 12 weeks of in-service training designed to facilitate their use of the DUSO, Focus on Self-Development Human…
Descriptors: Career Awareness, Career Education, Classroom Environment, Competency Based Education
Sault Sainte Marie Public Schools, MI. – 1973
The product of an Elementary Secondary Education Act Title III project produced by the staff and administration of the Finlayson Elementary School in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan for American Indian students, this handbook is designed as a guide to educators engaging in open concept education. Constituting a model, this handbook incorporates the…
Descriptors: Affective Objectives, American Indians, Ancillary Services, Cognitive Objectives
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