ERIC Number: ED194746
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980-Mar-30
Reference Count: 0
Managing ISSOE Programs. Dissemination Issues: Phase II, Final Report.
Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. Inst. for Occupational Education.
The Instructional Support System for Occupational Education (ISSOE) Dissemination Project was initiated to conduct research on the roles of individuals associated with the management of ISSOE. The goal was understanding the management concerns surrounding ISSOE dissemination. Phase 2 activities were designed and carried out to fulfill four major objectives: (1) to identify major role players in ISSOE implementation at state, regional, and local levels and describe their role; (2) to identify major problems and concerns of each major role player; (3) to externally validate preliminary results for the first two objectives; and (4) to provide methods of ISSOE program cost-estimation for decision makers. The principal methods used were interviews, questionnaires, and examination of relevant documents. Findings indicated a wide variety of activities within designated ISSOE roles but substantial consistency among role occupants. There was also some consistency across roles in the problems and concerns most frequently expressed. Six recommendations were made which suggest uses to which the information produced can be put for wider dissemination of ISSOE in New York State. (Appendixes contain interview guides and validation questionnaires.) (YLB)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Competency Based Education, Decision Making, Educational Innovation, Information Dissemination, Instructional Development, Instructional Systems, Parent Role, Participation, Program Administration, Program Costs, Program Implementation, Secondary Education, Student Role, Teacher Role, Vocational Education
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: New York State Education Dept., Albany. Div. of Occupational Education Instruction.
Authoring Institution: Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. Inst. for Occupational Education.
Identifiers: Instructional Management Systems; Instructional Support System Occupational Educ; New York
Note: For related documents see CE 026 988-989, ED 170 513, ED 179 700, ED 179 785, and ED 181 241.