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"This study will deal with the principal types of faculty meetings as they have developed in America over the past thirty years. It will also consider methods and techniques of conducting faculty meetings, including the following: who plans the meeting, at what time and how frequently should they be held, what is the optimum length of each session, where should be meetings be held, what skills and techniques are needed for conducting meetings, what use should be made of other participants, and what use should be made of demonstration teaching. The writer will summarize his findings and make a tentative interpretation of them in the light of his experience as a principal in China"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 28-29).
Florida State University
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