ERIC Number: ED057237
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Taxis, Linda A., Ed.
The 32nd annual American Industrial Arts Association (AIAA) Convention was held in Louisville in 1970. Topics for the AIAA general session addresses were: (1) "Industrial Arts--The Blender Between Social Form and Technical Function," (2) "Technology and Society: Present and Future Challenges," (3) "A Student-Oriented Industrial Arts," (4) "Man: End or Means," and (5) "Extensions of Technology: From Utopia to Reality." There were also 31 general session addresses for the American Council of Elementary and Secondary Industrial Arts, the American Council of Industrial Arts Supervisors, and the American Council of Industrial Arts Teacher Education. Representative addresses from the major and special interest sessions included 146 presentations in the areas of Instructional Systems, Technology, Classroom Teachers, Metals and Materials, Computer Assisted Instruction, Curriculum Development, Electricity/Electronics, the Federal Government, Teacher Education, Students, Correctional Institutions, Evaluation, Woods, Special Education, Business, Guidance, Safety, Drafting, Graphic Arts, Media, Plastics, Research, Communications, For the Disadvantaged, Power, and Space Technology. (GEB)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Conference Reports, Curriculum Development, Disadvantaged, Educational Problems, Educational Programs, Federal Legislation, Guidance Objectives, Industrial Arts, Industry, Instructional Systems, Research, Teacher Education, Technological Advancement, Technology
The American Industrial Arts Association, 1201 Sixteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 (NEA Stock No. 641-21332, Cloth Bound-$5.50; NEA Stock No. 641-21330, Paper Bound $4.50)
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Authoring Institution: American Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC.
Note: Representative Addresses and Proceedings of the American Industrial Arts Association's Annual Convention (32nd, Louisville, Ky.)