ERIC Number: ED026496
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Reference Count: 0
School Shop Development: Research and Planning.
Rockwell Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, PA.
This facility planning guide was developed by a commercial firm for use by school personnel in planning and equiping industrial education shops. It is based on an analysis of reports made by the company's 150 field representatives and information furnished by school administrators and architects. Five fundamental planning concepts and a cycle of human influences serve to organize the contents. Briefly, these are (1) community goals, (2) educational specifications, (3) course outlines, (4) physical considerations, and (5) equipment specifications and (1) instructor recommendations, (2) administrator acceptance, (3) architect interpretation, (4) state department consultation, (5) manufacturer response, (6) school board approval, and (7) student inducement. The contents include: (1) List of Considerations, (2) Layout Development, (3) Sample Plans, (4) Equipment Specification, (5) Purchasing Principles and Costs, (6) Scale Outline of Equipment, (7) Bolt Hole Dimensions, and (8) A Source Checklist. (EM)
Descriptors: Design Requirements, Equipment Standards, Equipment Utilization, Facility Guidelines, Fundamental Concepts, Industrial Education, Purchasing, Safety, School Planning, School Shops, Space Utilization
Rockwell Manufacturing Company, 400 North Lexington Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208 ($2.00).
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Rockwell Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, PA.