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ERIC Number: ED042018
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 159
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An Experimental Comparison of the Effects of Three Methods of Conducting Visitation Conferences in Cooperative Distributive Education Programs.
Riley, E. Clayton
Twelve cooperative high school distributive education programs were studied to determine the effects of three methods of conducting visitation conferences on: (1) students' attitude toward distributive education, (2) students' attitude toward training stations, (3) students' work performance rating, (4) parents' attitude toward distributive education, (5) employers' attitude toward distributive education, and (6) teacher-coordinators' attitude toward the training stations. A total of 144 high school students, 12 from each school, together with parents and employers served as participants in the study. Conclusions were: (1) It is possible to change students' attitude toward distributive education, and toward the training stations, (2) Employers' rating of the students' work performance was not affected by visitation conference, (3) Parents' attitude toward distributive education can be changed, (4) Employers' attitude toward distributive education can be improved, and (5) Teacher-coordinators' attitude toward the training stations can be improved. This Ed.D. thesis was submitted to the University of Missouri. (GR)
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