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Suzuki, Bob H. – 1980
This article provides a perspective on multicultural education for those who teach Asian American children, those who teach about Asian Americans, and those who conduct research on Asian Americans. A conceptual framework is presented that reviews the history of multicultural education since 1880, examines the concept of cultural pluralism,…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism, Educational Objectives
Burns, Mildred L. – 1981
The Values Based Objectives Planning System is a method of educational planning that will achieve quality education, according to the author, by expressing goals and objectives as values instead of as behaviors. The author first defines planning as the preparation in visual form of a conceptual model of a thing, operation, or event. She then…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Decision Making, Educational Objectives, Educational Planning
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Tyler, Ralph W. – Child and Youth Services, 1982
Explores the relationship between the central goals of education and youth participation in community and social service activities. Focuses on ways that youth participation can be integrated into the regular school curriculum. (Author/GC)
Descriptors: Activism, Adolescents, Citizen Participation, Community Action
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Schwartz, Louis B. – Journal of Legal Education, 1981
Advice of a law professor to beginning law students covers such topics as educational goals and techniques in legal education, study materials, study skills specific to law schools, general reflections on self-image, justice, ideology, and student attitudes and alienation. (MSE)
Descriptors: Career Choice, Educational Counseling, Educational Objectives, Higher Education
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Klein, Jerry W. – Educational Leadership, 1979
Presents a four-step process for staff members interested in designing their own mastery learning program. (Author/JM)
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, Elementary Secondary Education, Mastery Learning, Program Design
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Blalock, H. M. – Teaching Sociology, 1987
States that regardless of the content or level of a statistics course, five goals to reach are: (1) overcoming fears, resistances, and tendencies to memorize; (2) the importance of intellectual honesty and integrity; (3) understanding relationship between deductive and inductive inferences; (4) learning to play role of reasonable critic; and (5)…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Educational Objectives, Ethics, Higher Education
Council on School Performance Standards, Frankfort, KY. – 1989
The Council on School Performance Standards, appointed in February of 1989 by the Governor of Kentucky, was charged with finding out what students in Kentucky should know and be able to do, and with determining the best ways to assess student learning. The Council met with six groups: community leaders; employers; parents; school administrators;…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Achievement Tests, Education Work Relationship, Educational Assessment
Bruder, Isabelle; And Others – Electronic Learning, 1992
Reviews five goals currently on the national agenda--math reform, increasing the high school graduation rate, literacy, science reform, and early childhood intervention--and provides an example of how a specific school is using technology to address each one of these goals. Sidebars describe several additional special programs involving…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Computer Assisted Instruction, Curriculum Development, Educational Objectives
Reeves, Thomas C. – Educational Technology, 1992
Begins by discussing what interactive multimedia (IMM) is, why it is used, and how it should be evaluated. A pragmatic approach to evaluation is advocated, and a framework for formative evaluation is proposed, which focuses on formative experimentation. The educational goals of IMM technology and methods of formative experimentation are detailed.…
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, Evaluation Criteria, Formative Evaluation, Hypermedia
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Foster, Geoff – British Journal of Educational Technology, 1993
Presents a framework for academic staff that explains aspects of managing course design. The main activities described are planning, including setting objectives and budgeting; leading, including decision making, motivating, and communicating; organizing, including designing an organizational structure; and controlling, including developing…
Descriptors: Administration, Budgeting, Communication (Thought Transfer), Decision Making
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Flouris, George – Social Studies, 1987
Reviews the characteristics of existing social studies software. States that instructional software must address one or more of the established goals of social studies and follow valid principles of learning. Offers a model for the development of software based on Robert Gagne's learning theory. (RKM)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computers, Educational Change, Educational Improvement