|Reference : Relating theory to practice through innovation|
|Scientific congresses and symposiums : Unpublished conference|
|Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Education & instruction|
|Relating theory to practice through innovation|
|De Landsheere, Gilbert [Université de Liège - ULg > Laboratoire de Pédagogie expérimentale > > >]|
|28 th World Assembly of the International Council of Education for Teaching|
|International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET)|
|[en] Four papers presented at the 1981 World Assembly of the International Council of Education for Teaching dealt with methods of achieving improved education results through application of research findings. In his paper, "Strategies for Getting Practitioners to Utilize the Findings of Research, Evaluation, and Development," Gilbert De Landsheere of Belgium suggests an inservice program using behavior modification techniques, using Belgian examples as case studies. "Non-Formal Adult Education in Developing Nations," by Paul H. Masoner and David J. Masoner of the United States, presents the findings of a study on Accion Cultural Popular in Colombia, a nonprofit rural education organization founded in 1947. In "The Development of Competency Based Teacher Education (C.B.T.E.)," George E. Dickson describes the CBTE program established at the University of Toledo (Ohio) in 1968. In a paper entitled "Educational Research and Practice in Japan," Hiroshi Kida reviews Japan's educational research since 1868 and outlines the research characteristics pursued by school teachers, educational researchers, and university-based professors and researchers. (FG)|
|Researchers ; Professionals|
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