Personal Papers of Philip C. McKnight
McKnight has taught in the School of Education at the University of Kansas since 1970. This collection consists of correspondence from 1970-1980, his research into Micro-Teaching as being a possible solution to teacher training, and the possible influence it could have on the University of Kansas.
- 1969 - 1980
- McKnight, Philip C. (Person)
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Biography of Phil C. McKnight
Philip C. McKnight received his Ph.D. from Stanford in 1969, after earning his bachelors in history and English in 1963 from the University of Kansas. He joined the faculty of KU in 1970 as an Assistant Instructor of Curriculum and Instruction, reaching full Professor status in 1987. He has held several administrative positions within the School of Education, most recently as the Director of Instructional Resources. McKnight also held a Leverhulme Research Fellowship at Stirling University in Stirling, Scotland in 1970.
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- Guide to the Philip C. McKnight Collection
- Personal Papers of Philip C. McKnight
- Finding aid prepared by ad, 2005: revised by rmk, 2017.
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Phil C. McKnight Collection, University Archives, PP 168, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries