Four Decades of INNOVATIONS: Impact of the League for Innovation

De Los Santos, Gerardo E.; O'Banion, Terry
April 2008
Community College Journal;Apr/May2008, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p34
The article elaborates the significance of the League for Innovation in the Community College in the U.S. The instruction is one of the oldest and most significant organizations in the community college world. It champions and advocates a process or an idea which is innovation and its early leadership focused on improving the instructional process through behavioral objectives and audio-tutorial approaches. Their first project involved 21 teachers with developing objectives for English composition courses, drafting course syllabi and lesson plans and launching a cooperative project on the evaluation and scoring of written work.


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