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ERIC Number: ED013904
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 36
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IMPROVING SUPERVISED PRACTICE IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE.
DEAN, C.E.; AND OTHERS
VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE TEACHERS CAN USE THE INFORMATION AND SPECIFIC DIRECTIONS IN THIS PUBLICATION FOR DEVELOPING MORE EFFECTIVE SUPERVISED PRACTICE PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. SUPERVISED PRACTICE IS AN ESSENTIAL LEARNING PHASE OF VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS, AND PROVIDING IT IS A JOINT RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SCHOOL, THE STUDENT, AND THE PARENTS. A NEW CONCEPT OF "LEARNING EXPERIENCES BEYOND THE CLASSROOM" RECOGNIZES THE EXPANDED AND SPECIALIZED PHASES OF MODERN AGRICULTURE AND THE CHANGED ENVIRONMENTS OF VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE ENROLLEES. THE INCREASING IMPORTANCE OF THE FIELDS OF AGRICULTURAL PROCESSING AND MARKETING AND AGRICULTURAL SERVICES NECESSITATES SUPERVISED PRACTICE PROGRAMS IN THOSE AREAS. SUPERVISED PRACTICE PROGRAMS ARE VALUABLE FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE, AND GENERAL EDUCATION. THEIR DEVELOPMENT ASSUMES THAT THE SUPERVISED PRACTICE CONCEPT IS SOUND EDUCATIONALLY, ECONOMICALLY, PSYCHOLOGICALLY, AND SOCIALLY, AND TEACHER AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES ARE CHOSEN ON THAT BASIS. THE APPENDIXES LIST TOOLS FOR TEACHING SUCH AS SAMPLE PLANS FOR STUDENT AND PARENT MEETINGS AND FORMS FOR RECORDING STUDENT INFORMATION, PRACTICE ACTIVITIES, TEACHER VISITS, THE COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICE PROGRAM, AND FOR EVALUATING ON-THE-JOB INSTRUCTION. (WB)
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Dept. of Public Instruction, Raleigh.
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