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ERIC Number: ED025927
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Mar
Pages: 1
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A Space Concept for New Approaches in Industrial Arts.
Gallington, Ralph O.
IAVE, p40-43 Mar 1966
Industrial arts is to suffer much change in the immediate future if it is to survive. In teaching modern American industry, the most effective methods and equipment must be used. Duplication of facilities should be minimized and larger unit facilities should be geared to team teaching. Machines and equipment should be designed to move freely from one location to another. A versatile learning laboratory is suggested to be established for industrial arts. Any replication of an industrial shop, laboratory or office resulting therefrom should be considered only coincidental. The purpose of the accompanying design concept is to stimulate a full measure of interdisciplinary participation among teachers of industrial arts who may fancy the idea of "straddling" the fictitious barriers between industrial areas and disciplinary specialities. (RK)
IAVE, Bruce Publishing Company, 400 North Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201
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