ERIC Number: ED063547
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Teaching for Career Decision-Making.
Kosuth, Joan; Miltenberger, Jerry
This manual describes a program which attempts to meet the need for in-depth career counseling. Teaching for Career Decision-Making is a planned career development program consisting of logically organized, sequential learning activities specifically designed to familiarize a student with his own abilities, aptitudes, interests and values so that he may relate them to the educational and career choices available to him. The manual is divided into four sections. Section One describes possible ways to incorporate a careers class into the school curriculum. Section II outlines specific methods for organizing the class around the Career Instructional Packages. Section III contains the nine Career Instructional Packages. The final section provides a guide for implementing a Career Development Center. Included in the descriptions are a rationale for developing a center, a list of suggested activities, materials and equipment, and a floor plan layout. (BW/Author)
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Authoring Institution: Diversified Counseling Services, Tustin, CA.