ERIC Number: ED061562
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Reference Count: 0
A Tentative Career Development Curriculum and Its Implications for the Patterning of Supervisory Responsibilities in the Information System for Vocational Decisions. Information System for Vocational Decisions. Project Report Number 10.
Fletcher, Wallace J.; And Others
The goals of the Information System for Vocational Decisions (ISVD), a computerized vocational development program which emphasized goal setting and purposeful action, are related to a tentative curriculum context called a Career Development Program. This Program is learner centered with process and subject matter a function of individual inclinations and differences. The author emphasizes that vocational skill training cannot and must not be separated from the total educational process. Academic preparation has relevance to the vocational development of an individual. It is suggested that this common curriculum deal with phases of self-awareness, career awareness, role identification, goal setting, and purposeful action as modalities in facilitating rational decision-making and analyzing careers. The need to assign supervisory responsibilities in implementing such a curriculum is discussed, through final delineation must wait for live interaction between the inquirer, the scripts and the computer. (Author/TL)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Graduate School of Education.
Identifiers: Information System for Vocational Decisions