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ERIC Number: ED013888
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 40
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION, A REPORT OF A NATIONAL RESEARCH PLANNING CONFERENCE IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION (THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, JANUARY 10-11, 1967).
MILLER, AARON J.
A SELECT GROUP OF PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTING NATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS, INDUSTRY, RESEARCH, GOVERNMENT, AND EDUCATION MET TO IDENTIFY SOME OF THE MOST OBVIOUS NEW EMERGING TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS WHICH MIGHT REQUIRE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS AND SOME OF THE MOST PRESSING RESEARCHABLE PROBLEM AREAS IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION. THE NEW OR EMERGING TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS IDENTIFIED WERE PROGRAMING TECHNICIAN, SYSTEMS ANALYST TECHNICIAN, EDUCATIONAL TECHNICIAN, ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN, AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE TECHNICIAN. THE PROBLEM AREAS IDENTIFIED AS CRITICAL WERE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, WAYS OF KEEPING TECHNICAL TEACHERS UPDATED IN THEIR FIELDS, DEVELOPMENT OF BETTER COMMUNICATIONS WITH EMPLOYERS, RECRUITMENT AND PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL TEACHERS, OPTIMUM INTRA-INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION, DEFINITION OF THE ROLE OF THE TECHNICAL CURRICULUM IN THE HIGH SCHOOL, AND STUDENT SELECTION FOR THE HEALTH RELATED TECHNOLOGIES. POSSIBLE APPROACHES TO EACH PROBLEM WERE SUGGESTED. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.
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