Faculty Publications

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-1972

Abstract

The effects of an individualized instruction workshop and its related follow-up program on the attitudes and behavior of selected elementary teachers and their students were discussed in this report. Participants were teachers in a four-day workshop on individualizing instruction. The workshop included training in classroom procedures, managing physical facilities, utilizing human resources, and developing techniques for encouraging students to be self-managing. Evaluation methods, questionnaires and observation indicated a favorable change in teacher behavior. The effects of the inservice program for teachers indicated little or no affect on student attitude and independent work habits. (Appendixes of related program material and a 21-item bibliography are included.) (MJM)

Comments

Office of Education National Center for Educational Research and Development Contract No. OEC-9-72-0006 (057)

This report can also be found on the ERIC database here.

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