ERIC Number: ED081416
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
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Institute for Advanced Study in Vocational-Technical Education: Collaborative Roles and Functions of Occupational Education Programs (Honolulu, Hawaii, October 1972-June 1973). Final Report.
Zane, Lawrence F. H., Ed.
The overall purpose of this institute was to provide opportunity for participants to update their knowledge of national, regional, and local occupational programs and trends and to provide an opportunity for them to meet and share program content and prepare written articulation agreements between the community colleges and the State Department of Education. The program provided team activities, seminars, group and individual activities in four occupational areas (Automotive-Mechanics, Business Education, Drafting, and Food Services Occupations). The program of study included three major phases. Phase I was an orientation and familiarization with selected occupational education programs; Phase II was a seminar and conference program to share documents prepared and/or distributed in Phase I and to arrive at common goals and objectives for each course; Phase IIA was a series of four island-wide workshops to present and review the written recommendations developed in Phase II to larger audiences; Phase III was a seminar and conference program to prepare final drafts of team recommendations in the form of an agreement, one for each area; and Phase IIIA was a program of information dissemination. The sections of the report are Collaborative Roles and Functions of Occupational Education Programs between Secondary and Post-Secondary Schools; Summary of Recommendations; Team Reports; and Appendices (Evaluation, Additional Attendants by Island, and Brochure Copy). (DB)
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Sponsor: National Center for Improvement of Educational Systems (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction.
Identifiers - Location: Hawaii