ERIC Number: ED203146
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference: Youth Schooling & Employment. Part A. (Sydney, November 6-9, 1980).
Smith, Ian D., Comp.
This first of the two-part proceedings of an Australian Conference on Youth schooling and unemployment contains the texts of 26 research papers. Focus of the papers is on educational practices and specific problems in educational research. Topics covered in individual reports include student perceptions of specific courses; quantification in case study research; analysis of views on work and unemployment among dropouts; social background, aspirations, and educational achievement; vocational preparation and employment of phisically handicapped students in regular settings; technological change and female entry into non-traditional work areas; keeping pupils on the task; designing and implementing a meta-analysis; predictive validity of a class inventory; relationships between student characteristics, motivational and process factors, and effective career development; state response to youth unemployment; and the relationship between psychological differentiation and questioning behavior of teacher trainees. (The second part of these proceedings is available separately through ERIC--see note.) (MN)
Descriptors: Career Education, Case Studies, Disabilities, Dropouts, Education Work Relationship, Educational Philosophy, Educational Planning, Educational Policy, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Females, Program Development, Program Effectiveness, Research Methodology, Research Problems, School Role, Secondary Education, Student Attitudes, Student Characteristics, Surveys, Unemployment, Vocational Education, Work Attitudes, Youth Employment, Youth Programs
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Association for Research in Education, Melbourne.
Note: For a related document see CE 029 282. Small print may be marginally legible.