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ERIC Number: ED017678
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 275
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DEVELOPING HUMAN POTENTIAL THROUGH INDUSTRIAL ARTS, ADDRESSES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION (27TH, TULSA, 1965).
American Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC.
SPEECHES PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ARE INCLUDED--(1) "TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL CHANGE" BY J.H. HOLLOMON, (2) "DEVELOPING HUMAN POTENTIAL IN SPACE" BY J.F. SHEA, (3) "CURRICULUM--INNOVATIONS AND ISSUES, 1965" BY K. WILES, (4) "OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION" BY W.C. MEIERHENRY, AND (5) "AND AFTER THE REVOLUTION" BY J.W. BECKER. TWENTY-FIVE SYMPOSIA CONSISTING OF 90 PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE (1) "INCREASED INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT ARE NEEDED IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS," (2) "SOCIAL BARRIERS TO THE RELEASE OF HUMAN POTENTIAL," (3) "WHAT STEPS CAN INDUSTRIAL ARTS GROUPS TAKE THAT WILL HELP IN THE TASK OF MAINTAINING A RESPONSIVE CURRICULUM," (4) "WHAT PROVISION CAN THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHER MAKE TO SAFEGUARD THE INTEREST OF INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS," (5) "CAN THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND UTILIZATION OF RESEARCH IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS BE CLOSED," (6) "SIGNIFICANCE OF DEVELOPING CREATIVITY AS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT OF CONCERN FOR THE INDIVIDUAL," (7) "THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT ON THE HUMAN POTENTIAL," (8) "PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUAL LEARNERS TO REVEAL THEMSELVES," (9) "NEW METHODS OF TEACHING WHICH WILL ENABLE THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHER TO DEVELOP MORE FULLY OUR HUMAN RESOURCES," (10) "COPING WITH INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES WITHIN A GROUP," (11) "A PLAN OF PROCEDURE THAT WILL GIVE EVERY LEARNER AN OPPORTUNITY TO ADVANCE ACCORDING TO HIS POTENTIAL," (12) "TEACHER EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL INDUSTRIAL ARTS," (13) "DEFINING THE ROLE OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE," (14) "THE EVOLVING CONCEPTS REGARDING THE TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHERS," AND (15) "TEACHING AND LEARNING IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS." THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR $3.50 FROM AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, 1201 SIXTEENTH STREET, N.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20036. (EM)
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Authoring Institution: American Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC.
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