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ERIC Number: ED035750
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Apr-2
Pages: 77
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Vocational-Technical Education: New Horizons; A Symposium Presented at the Meeting of the American Personnel and Guidance Association (Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2, 1969).
Lecznar, W. B.; And Others
This symposium focused on curricular developments and trends, prediction models and inputs from psychological testing, a developmental counseling program within a 2-year technical institute, and their implications for vocational-technical education. Four papers were presented: (1) "Recent Developments and Trends in Vocational-Technical Education and Curriculum," by Edward J. Morrison, (2) "Testing for Vocational-Technical Training Programs," by Lonnie D. Valentine, Jr., (3) "Inputs to Vocational-Technical Education from Occupational Research," by Raymond E. Christal, and (4) "What Can Happen When There Are Enough Counselors: One Approach at a Two-Year Technical Institute," by Francis D. Harding. W. Wesley Tennyson presented a summary statement and integration of the implications for counseling practice and counselor education. (CH)
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