ERIC Number: ED029962
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
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To Help Teachers Identify Essential Steps in Planning for Occupational Programs in Home Economics. An Audiotutorial Kit containing Ten Tapes with Reactor Sheets.
The materials for individualized or group instruction feature a workbook type format with correlated tape discussions. The program, developed at a 1967 teacher education workshop at Iowa State University utilizes the expertise of several leaders and resource guest speakers to acquaint preservice and inservice teachers with vocational home economics. The challenges of home economics to teacher education students are discussed on Tape 1. Occupational home economics programs in operation across the nation are described in Tape 2. Tape 3 contains a description of survey procedures as an example of a method to document the need for occupational education. Problems of students on entering the world of work, characteristics of contemporary students and their attitudes toward work are the concern of Tape 4. Tape 5 contains a discussion about planning instructional objectives, evaluation devices and facilities. Other tapes contain information about various occupational experience programs such as the FEAST program as well as advisory committees, the supply of instructors, evaluation and followup, and food service programs in action. (FP)
Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Autoinstructional Aids, Educational Needs, Educational Objectives, Home Economics Teachers, Individualized Instruction, Occupational Home Economics, Occupational Surveys, Program Descriptions, Program Development, Program Evaluation, Programed Instruction, Student Characteristics, Student Evaluation, Tape Recordings, Teacher Education, Teaching Experience, Vocational Followup, Workbooks
School of Home Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98105 ($30.00)
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Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., Seattle. Dept. of Home Economics.