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ERIC Number: ED022897
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 128
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Curriculum Programs in Action, Their Administration and Evaluation; Report of a Conference Devoted to Description, Demonstration, and Evaluative Discussions of Innovative Programs in Vocational-Technical Education.
San Francisco State Coll., CA. Center for Technological Education.; Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Center for Studies in Vocational and Technical Education.
The presentation, review and evaluation of innovative vocational-technical curriculums in operation was the major function of a San Francisco conference sponsored jointly by the Center for Technical Education at San Francisco State College and the Center for Studies in Vocational and Technical Education at the University of Wisconsin. Major presentations were: (1) "Making Education Relevant," by M. Feldman, (2) "The Role of the Administrator in the Pre-Tech Program," by W. Plutte, (3) "The Role of the High School Principal," by A.W. Richards, (4) "The Teacher's Role in the Pre-Tech Program," by R. Dycus, (5) "The Richmond Plan--A Concept of Teacher Re-Education," by J.C. Briscoe, (6) "Evaluating the Technology Programs," by H.V. Kincaid, (7) "Project FEAST," by H.W. Gifford, (8)"Implications for Junior College Programs," by L. Batmale, (9) "A Curriculum in Action--Teacher Education," by H. Stadermann, (10) "A Management Approach to Making Education Relevant," by W.J. Fletcher, (11) "The Partnership Vocational Education Project," by E.L. Minelli, (12) "Interdiscipline Programs in VICOED," by R. Schwalm, (13) "Up to Seventy Percent," by L.J. Kishkunas, and (14) "The American Industry Project," by O.W. Nelson. (DM)
Communication Service Corporation, 1629 K Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006
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Authoring Institution: San Francisco State Coll., CA. Center for Technological Education.; Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Center for Studies in Vocational and Technical Education.
Identifiers: American Industry Project; Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh); Richmond Plan; Visual Communication Education