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ERIC Number: ED016265
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 13
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VOCATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING EXPERIENCES FOR STIMULATING CAREER EXPLORATION AND INTEREST, PHASE II. MID-PROJECT REPORT, DECEMBER 1, 1966-APRIL 30, 1967.
KRUMBOLTZ, JOHN D.
NEW OCCUPATIONAL CAREER KITS ARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE REALISTIC OCCUPATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE FIELDS OF APPLIANCE REPAIR, LAW ENFORCEMENT WORK, AND ELECTRONICS. THE WORK INVOLVED IN DEVELOPING AND TESTING EACH KIT IS DELINEATED. THE TWO MAJOR EXPERIMENTS DESIGNED TO TEST HYPOTHESES ABOUT THE OPTIMAL USE OF THESE KITS ARE DESCRIBED. THE FIRST EXPERIMENT INVESTIGATES THE EFFECT OF OCCUPATIONAL SIMULATION MATERIALS OF THREE LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY ON STUDENTS OF THREE LEVELS OF ABILITY AND DIFFERING OCCUPATIONAL INTERESTS. FOR THE SECOND EXPERIMENT, SPECIFIC WAYS WERE TESTED OF TAILORING OCCUPATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING MATERIALS TO THE PREFERENCES AND INTERESTS OF THE INDIVIDUALS. (AUTHOR/PS)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. School of Education.
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