2 edition of evaluation of the 1975-76 Chinese-Canadian bi-cultural program. found in the catalog.
evaluation of the 1975-76 Chinese-Canadian bi-cultural program.
Microfiche of typescript. Toronto, Board of Education, Research Dept., 1976. 1 sheet.
|Contributions||Gershman, Janis S., jt. author|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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The program evaluation is composed of process evaluation, impact evaluation, and effectiveness evaluation. There are also the cost-benefit analysis methodologies which are applicable in. Full text of "ERIC ED Research and Evaluation Studies from Large School Systems.
" See other formats. This study has investigated the problems that Montreal Chinese immigrant students encountered during their learning Chinese culture as they are also attempting to integrate into local culture. A research approach was taken to determine whether the study of two transcultural artists, Xu Bing and Gu Xiong, can help the students learn their own culture and the local culture.
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