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ERIC Number: ED033226
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 452
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A Comprehensive Concept for Vocational Education Facilities: Introduction, Flexibility Through Modularity, Space Determination, Schematic Modernization, A School Planner's Guide to the Pittsburgh Building Code, Appendixes.
Kishkunas, Louis J.
Methods in use in industry are suggested for providing vocational facilities that are flexible and adaptable to changing conditions. Academic and vocational activities are allowed to intermix in order to implement interdisciplinary educational situations. A systems approach to construction enabling specification of building components to fulfill the needs of vocational activities is forwarded in this eight-volume report: (1) Introduction, containing an overview of the changing world of work and solutions that can be provided by better facilities, (2) Flexibility Through Modularity, discussing ways of increasing equipment mobility, providing adaptability in mechanical service systems, and constructing flexible space, (3) Space Determination, describing a planning technique which utilizes computer simulation, (4) Schematic Modernization, describing the hypothetical modernization of an existing building (5) A Planner's Guide to the Pittsburgh Building Code, (6) Appendix, recording the results of a nationwide survey of state space standards and the space utilization in existing vocational rooms in Pittsburgh schools, (7) Appendix, containing background information, and (8) Summary, reviewing project goals, methodology, objectives, and a copy of the project proposal. (DM)
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Sponsor: Pennsylvania State Dept. of Public Instruction, Harrisburg. Bureau of Vocational, Technical, and Continuing Education.; Pittsburgh Board of Public Education, PA.
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Identifiers - Location: Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)