The Development of Learning Tasks for those Central Washington State College Freshmen Prospective Teacher Candidates Participating in Field Experiences in the Ellensburg Public Schools
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
George C. Grossman
Second Committee Member
Donald G. Goetschius
Third Committee Member
Roy F. Ruebel
It was the purpose of this study to describe and to explore the factors in the development and the planning and organization of appropriate learning tasks in the field experience for the Central Washington State College Pre-Professional Students within the Ellensburg Public Schools.
The new experience for these freshmen raised the question: "What are appropriate learning tasks or competencies that these freshmen should or should not have?" Thus this study: (1) examined various learning tasks; (2) developed a rationale for appropriate competencies; and (3) developed and listed appropriate tasks in behavioral terms for these freshmen.
Steiner, Darrol P., "The Development of Learning Tasks for those Central Washington State College Freshmen Prospective Teacher Candidates Participating in Field Experiences in the Ellensburg Public Schools" (1970). All Master's Theses. 1547.