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ERIC Number: ED029084
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-May
Pages: 119
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New Challenges in Developing High School and Post High School Programs in Agricultural Occupations. Conference Report. Resident Instruction Series No. 5.
New Mexico State Univ., University Park. Coll. of Agriculture and Home Economics.
A special 2-week conference designed to assist nine participating states in developing plans for new educational programs in agricultural occupations was hosted by the New Mexico State University, July 20-31, 1964. Major papers presented to the 35 participants were: (1) Purpose of the Conference, (2) Where We Have Been--and Where We Are Now, (3) Agricultural Occupations in Vocational Education, (4) National Studies in Agricultural Occupations, (5) Changes in Agricultural Industry, (6) The Role of Distributive Education, (7) Implications for Vocational Curriculum Changes, (8) Guidance and the Classroom Teacher, (9) The Occupational Guidance R-LE OF Agricultural Teachers, (10) Testing, (11) The New Federal Vocational Act as it Affects New Mexico, (12) Plans for New Mexico, (13) Manpower Development Training Act and Labor Outlook for New Mexico, (14) A Proposed Model of Teacher Tasks in Agricultural Occupations Programs, (15) Cooperative Programs in California, (16) Kansas Pilot Programs, and (17) Report of Ohio State University Conference. Reports of the four committees, a vocational agricultural department brochure, and a selected reading list are included in the report. (DM)
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Authoring Institution: New Mexico State Univ., University Park. Coll. of Agriculture and Home Economics.
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