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ERIC Number: ED021968
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 235
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Industrial Arts and Technology, Past, Present, and Future; Addresses and Proceedings of the American Industrial Arts Association's Annual Convention (29th, Philadelphia, 1967).
American Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC.
Manuscripts of 158 individual conference presentations are included. Speeches in each general session were centered on one of the following major topics--(1) Philosophical Bases of Industrial Arts--Four Poles, (2) Industrial Arts and the National Image, (3) The Cultural and Educational Heritage of Our Technological Society, (4) How and Where Can We Develop Content for Teaching Industrial Arts from technologies of the Past, (5) Industrial Arts--Its Place in Our Present Technological Society, (6) Implementing Today's Technology into Industrial Arts Programs, and (7) Industrial Arts Programs in the Space Age--Directions for the Future. Special panel subjects included--(1) Our Cultural Heritage--A Rich Curriculum Source, (2) The Need for Artist-Craftsmen Who Can Design Objects to be Produced in Quantity, (3) Metals Technology of the Past, (4) Directions for Student Clubs, (5) The Oswego Plan and the Ohio State Pl n, (6) Industrial Arts and the Federal Aid Programs, (7) What Are the Challenges of Mass Production in the Ceramics Industry, (8) Photography--The Basic Tool of the Graphic Arts, (9) What Direction in Ceramics and Plastics--Machine Made Mediocrity or High Level Design, (10) Creative Design and Drafting in the Space Age, and (11) Metals Technology of the Future. Other sessions were devoted o evaluation symposia and special interest panels. (EM)
American Industrial Arts Association, National Education Assn., 1201 Sixteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 20036 ($3.50)
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Authoring Institution: American Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC.