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Comprehensive Services for Children: Third Year Evaluation Report. Dothan City Schools Title III Project.
Human Resources Research Organization, Dothan, AL. Div. 6. – 1974
A 3-year Title III project provided inservice training to 183 elementary teachers in methods of improving behavior, academic performance, and affective reactions of children with socio-emotional conflicts treatable in the regular classroom. The program included summer workshops and released-time training during the school year in indepth…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Behavior Change, Behavior Problems, Elementary Education
Educational Management: An Inservice Training Manual for Educational Administrators. Part 4: Communication and Leadership (Directing Function).
Tucson Public Schools, AZ. – 1974
This publication is one of five training manuals that present plans and materials for use in instructing school administrators in some of the concepts, principles, and techniques of educational management. They were developed as part of the Educational Management Project for presentation at weekly inservice meetings for administrators in the…
Descriptors: Administration, Administrative Principles, Administrator Education, Communication Skills
Miller, Donald R.; And Others – 1969
This guide, focusing on participative management and the requirements of public decision-making in education, is designed as a management referent for the development and use of verifiable performance objectives. In addition to an indexed main section, the volume contains an anlysis matrix for educational objectives; formats for and examples of…
Descriptors: Administration, Administrator Guides, Communication (Thought Transfer), Educational Objectives
Open-Concept School for Indian Education. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Title III, ESEA 1973-74. External Evaluation Report.
Prince, Henry J. – 1974
An external evaluation reporting on the Title III, Elementary and Secondary Act, Open Concept School Program for Indian Education, focuses on cognitive and psychomotor development of experimental students, perceptions of the program (staff members, parents, and non-experimental teachers), and program accomplishment of other objectives, primarily…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, American Indians, Communication Skills, Comparative Analysis
Lange, Robert; And Others – 1970
A project constructed a Computer-based Test Development Center (COMBAT). It involved the development of instructional objectives and test items and their storage in a computer system from which they could be available to teachers. Project record data, questionnaires, and interviews were used to determine if the objectives were achieved, what the…
Descriptors: Administration, Computer Storage Devices, Costs, Educational Objectives
Urban Studies: A Conceptual Framework with Related Materials and Activities for a Study of Man and His Urban Environment.
Milwaukee Public Schools, WI. Div. of Curriculum and Instruction. – 1974
The urban studies guide has been developed to give young people insights into the problems of city living in support of the concept that a healthy environment is necessary for healthy human beings. The objectives and role of social studies and the demands of an interdisciplinary, open-ended, urban studies course, requiring a problem-solving and…
Descriptors: City Government, Environmental Education, Futures (of Society), Human Geography
Iberville Parish Schools, Plaquemine, LA. – 1974
Presented in this resource guide for teachers of mentally retarded children in grades 1 - 12 are objectives, suggested activities, and materials to be used in subject areas of arithmetic, language arts, social living, transportation, physical and mental health, safety, and use of leisure time. The objectives, suggested activities, and materials…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Class Activities, Elementary School Students, Exceptional Child Education
Educational Programs That Work, Volume 2: A Catalogue of Demonstration Sites of Successful Educational Programs from Across the U.S., Disseminated through A National Communications Network Sponsored by the U.S. Office of Education.
New Jersey State Dept. of Education, Trenton. Div. of Research, Planning, and Evaluation. – 1975
Included in the catalogue are summaries of approximately 60 regular and special education programs developed in states other than New Jersey and found to be cost effective, successful, and replicable. Described are such factors as target audience, materials, financial requirements, program evaluation, adoption criteria and services, and contact…
Descriptors: Career Education, Cost Effectiveness, Curriculum, Educational Programs
Montclair State Coll., Upper Montclair, NJ. Adult Continuing Education Center. – 1975
The final report of the Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) Region II Adult and Continuing Education Staff Development Project, administered by Montclair State College, synthesizes the project's efforts for regionalization of staff development for New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Chapter 1 covers administrative…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Programs