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ERIC Number: ED117539
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
Career Education--Concepts and Bulletin Board Ideas.
Muench, Betty, Comp.; And Others
The document consists of illustrations, which can be used for designing bulletin boards, grouped according to career education concepts. These concepts are: (1) an early understanding of self is important throughout life; (2) persons need to be recognized as having dignity and worth; (3) occupations exist for a purpose; (4) there is a wide variety of occupations which may be classified in several ways; (5) work means different things to different people; (6) education and work are interrelated; (7) individuals differ in interests, abilities, attitudes, and values; (8) occupational supply and demand has an impact on career planning; (9) job specialization creates interdependency; (10) environment and individual potential interact to influence career development; (11) occupations and lifestyles are interrelated; (12) individuals can learn to perform adequately in a variety of occupations; (13) career development requires a continued and sequential series of choices; (14) various groups and institutions influence the nature and structure of work; (15) individuals are responsible for their career planning; (16) job characteristics and individuals must be flexible in a changing society; (17) seasonal; and (18) miscellaneous. (EC)
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Authoring Institution: Arkansas State Dept. of Education, Little Rock. Career Education Section.