ERIC Number: ED027398
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
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Report of Second Annual Workshop for Coordinated Vocational-Academic Education (Brownwood, Texas, July 29 - August 1968). Units One-Seven.
Texas Education Agency, Austin. Dept. of Vocational and Adult Education.
Coordinated Vocational-Academic Education (CVAE), (formerly entitled Occupational Training), is the Texas Education Agency Vocational Program designed for students with special learning needs. It is intended for in-school youth possessing academic, socioeconomic, or other handicaps to such an extent as to prevent them from succeeding in standard educational endeavors. The program includes a combination of vocational and modified academic instruction that provides the dual educational opportunities of acquiring a saleable vocational skill while also acquiring basic knowledge in the fields of mathematics, science, English, and social studies. This report of the second annual CVAE workshop includes seven separate publications, six of which pertain to the six courses taught. The units are: Unit One, General Report of Workshop; Unit Two, Introduction to Teaching Coordinated Vocational-Academic Education; Unit Three; Organization and Use of Instructional Material; Unit Four, Shop and Classroom Organization and Management; Unit Five, Behavioral Analysis and Guidance; Unit Six, Implementation of Instructional Material; and Unit Seven, Orientation to Cooperative Training. (CH)
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Behavior Modification, Classroom Techniques, Conference Reports, Cooperative Education, Disadvantaged Youth, Handicapped Students, Instructional Materials, Interdisciplinary Approach, Special Programs, Teacher Developed Materials, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Improvement, Teacher Workshops, Teaching Methods, Vocational Education
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Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas Education Agency, Austin. Dept. of Vocational and Adult Education.
Identifiers - Location: Texas