A Model for the Cognitive Component of Teacher Preparation Programs

Plack, Jeralyn J.; French, Carol A.
January 1982
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Winter1982, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p56
Academic Journal
This article discusses the education system in the United States, which has been affected by social, economical, and political events. The article suggests that these events have also created an opportunity for schools to evaluate their educational programs and effectiveness. Models for curriculum evaluation are included in the article, which break down educational programs by knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.


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