ERIC Number: ED169247
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
Project CDCC: A Michigan Demonstration Project.
Coloma Community Schools, MI.
The various segments of Project CDCC: Career Development Centered Curriculum are explained in this collection of fact sheets, which serves as an introduction to the K-6 project. Background information, goals, objectives, and the advantages of Project CDCC are introduced in the primary fact sheet. Another sheet, the CDCC Curriculum Units, contains a brief description of what a sample unit includes, and it also lists the unit titles for each grade level and the focus of each unit. On the evaluation data sheet, statistics are presented which illustrate how the 1975-76 group of students attained project objectives in mathematics and reading. The sheet on installation information includes such phases as adopting district requirements, training, and costs. A table presents the adoption process from awareness to installation, including such elements as demonstration site role and potential adopter procedure. Other fact sheets focus on dissemination, initiating the adoption process, a checklist of adoption steps, unit planning and implementation, sample evaluation activity, field trips, role models, teacher training, role-playing/simulation, and concluding notes. (CT)
Descriptors: Career Development, Career Education, Demonstration Programs, Elementary Education, Elementary School Curriculum, Field Trips, Information Dissemination, Program Descriptions, Program Design, Program Evaluation, Role Models, Role Playing, Teacher Education, Validated Programs
Project CDCC Clearinghouse, P.O. Box 218, Coloma Community Schools, Coloma, Michigan 49038 (set of 27 units, $55.00)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Michigan State Dept. of Education, Lansing.
Authoring Institution: Coloma Community Schools, MI.
Identifiers: Career Development Centered Curriculum Project; Education Amendments 1974; Michigan (Coloma)
Note: For related documents see ED 162 102 and CE 020 072-101