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The Year 1987

       
 

Teacher Effectiveness Network Project - Courtesy of Pat Costantino
Teacher Effectiveness Network Project

1987

> The Association of Teacher Educators recognizes the College's TEN (Teacher Effectiveness Network) project as a Distinguished Program in Teacher Education award. The TEN Project was a collaborative project of the Office of Laboratory Experiences, Maryland State Department of Education, Prince George's and the Howard County school systems.

> The five administrative divisions of the University are eliminated.

> The Institute for Child Study/Human Development Department holds a conference, "Emotion and the Educative Process," on November 12-14 to commemorate its 40th anniversary and to honor its founder, Daniel Prescott. Jerome Kagan (Harvard University), Stanley Greenspan (George Washington University Medical School), and U.S. Congresswoman Connie Morella are among the speakers.

> Department of Curriculum and Instruction faculty member Wayne Herman receives the Gold Medal for Research at the 84th annual conference of the Middle States Council for the Social Sciences.

> During 1987-1988, the Center for Young Children sponsors a mainstreaming project in collaboration with the Frances Fuchs Special Education Center to study the implications of mainstreaming handicapped and non-handicapped children.

 
 
 


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