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ERIC Number: ED073264
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Dec-3
Pages: 23
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In-Service Education: Vital to Career Education Delivery.
Norton, Robert E.
Realizing that program success depends on the support the program receives from the users for which it was designed, personnel involved in the Comprehensive Career Education Model (CCEM) have designed an inservice training model to help educators develop skills required for implementing career education programs in the classroom. Phases of the devised staff development model include: (1) Staff Development Cadre, (2) Inservice Coordinators, (3) General Orientation of Staff to Career Education, (4) Preparation for Specific Roles, and (5) Continuing Staff Development Activities. Program characteristics guiding the development of the model were: (1) The program should be based on identified staff needs and involve the participants in goal setting, (2) Human resources should be utilized to the fullest, (3) Planned activities in which the staff can be involved should be provided, (4) New experiences, built on previously introduced ones should be included, (5) Evaluations and needs assessment should be done periodically, and (6) The time for programs and activities should be consistent with the purpose at that period. (SN)
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