ERIC Number: ED170517
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Reference Count: 0
Industrial Arts Education: Retrospect, Prospect. 28th Yearbook, 1979.
Martin, G. Eugene, Ed.
Nineteen chapters of information, organized into five units, are provided in this 28th yearbook of the American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education. Unit I, entitled "A Historical and Philosophical Orientation to Industrial Arts" contains five chapters that examine these topics: the movements that led to contemporary industrial arts education, the evolution of industrial arts in the elementary school curriculum, the relationship of industrial arts to general education, the relationship of industrial arts to vocational education, and industrial arts laboratory facilities (past, present, and future). Unit II, entitled "Theory and Practice in Industrial Arts", provides six chapters on these topics: curriculum movements of the 1960's, the development of selected contemporary programs, curriculum development efforts of the 1970's, influence of technology on subject matter, industrial arts as a discipline for studying the future, and industrial arts teaching methods. Unit III, entitled "Professional Roles and Education in Industrial Arts," contains a chapter on graduate education and a chapter on the role of industrial arts supervisors. Unit IV provides five chapters on leadership, organizations, and journals in industrial arts, while unit V provides a summary chapter on the information presented in the yearbook. (JH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Educ
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