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ERIC Number: ED017005
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 260
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Reference Count: 0
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A MULTIMEDIA APPROACH TO COMMUNICATING OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION TO NONCOLLEGE YOUTH. INTERIM TECHNICAL REPORT.
MARTIN, ANN M.
THIS PROJECT'S PRIMARY CONCERN HAS BEEN THE DESIGN OF NEW TYPES OF GUIDANCE MATERIALS AND NEW INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES CENTERING UPON EDUCATIONAL-VOCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS OF STUDENTS, PARTICULARLY THE NONCOLLEGE BOUND AND CULTURALLY DISADVANTAGED. IN THE EARLY STAGES, A BEHAVIORAL MODEL ON WHICH TO BASE THE DESIGN OF AN INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM FOR GUIDANCE WAS DEVELOPED. THIS CONCEPTUAL MODEL INCLUDES THREE COMPONENTS THAT ARE INTERRELATED AND HIGHLY DEPENDENT UPON ONE ANOTHER--(1) AN INFORMATION COMPONENT, (2) A BEHAVIORAL COMPONENT, AND (3) A MEDIA COMPONENT. AS AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE KIND OF GUIDANCE CURRICULUM UNITS CONSIDERED APPROPRIATE AND FEASIBLE FOR NONCOLLEGE AND DISADVANTAGED YOUTH, THE COMMUNICATION IN GUIDANCE PROJECT DESIGNED AND PRODUCED SAMPLE FILM MODULES AND SLIDE TAPES FOR GRADES 8-12. THESE AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS ARE STILL IN AN EXPERIMENTAL DRAFT FORM. ANCILLARY MATERIALS INCLUDING MANUALS, CRITERION MEASURES, AND STUDENT RESPONSE MATERIALS ARE CURRENTLY IN THE PLANNING STAGE. AS A LEARNING TECHNIQUE, THE MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES DEVELOPED WOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO A PROTOTYPE INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM FOR USE IN THE SCHOOLS. THE RESULTS EFFECTED BY THE RESEARCH EFFORTS REFLECT AN EMERGING BREAKTHROUGH IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION-LEARNING TECHNIQUES--TECHNIQUES THAT CAN BE IMPLEMENTED IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF MOTIVATING AND GUIDING VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR OF YOUTH. (AUTHOR)
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Authoring Institution: Pittsburgh Univ., PA. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences.
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