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ERIC Number: ED074398
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Oct
Pages: 37
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Behavioral Outcomes for Career Education. Proceedings (29th Rutgers Guidance Conference, New Brunswick, N. J., October 18, 1972).
Bingham, William, Ed.
This paper presents materials from the 29th Rutgers Guidance Conference on behavioral outcomes for career education, including the keynote address by Norman Gysbers on the concept of life career development as a new point of departure for improving and extending comprehensive career guidance programs. Three broad areas of knowledge, understanding, and skills are identified to serve as a base for new career guidance programs: (1) self-knowledge and interpersonal skills, (2) career planning knowledge and skills, and (3) knowledge of the work and leisure worlds. Goals are stated in terms of student outcomes rather than as program outcomes, and a number of performance objectives and activities are developed for each goal. Panelists, whose reactions to the keynote address are included, have all been involved in operating programs where an important activity has been the translation, examination, and evaluation of their own efforts to use behavioral outcomes as a measure of their effectiveness. (Author/SES)
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Authoring Institution: Rutgers, The State Univ., New Brunswick, NJ. Graduate School of Education.