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ERIC Number: ED078204
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 230
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Teaching for Career Development in the Elementary School. A Life-Centered Approach.
Wernick, Walter
In eight chapters, and geared to practical concerns requiring the effort of an energetic teacher, this book explains what career development entails, why career education activities are necessary in the elementary school, and how plans can be developed within a variety of educational settings. Underlying its fundamental principle is that career education must be a refocusing of the work of schools on people. Designing the learning activities, preparing for instructional planning, teaching career education concepts within a variety of subject areas, and implementing the program within existing facilities and resources are detailed. Many sample forms for teacher use, suggestions for staff development, and classroom activities geared to specific levels of development are provided. (Author/SN)
Charles A. Jones Publishing Company, 4 Village Green, S. E., Worthington, Ohio 43085 (no price quoted)
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