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ERIC Number: ED084355
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Nov
Pages: 212
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
A Development Program Utilizing Simulated Occupational Experience in Distributive Education.
Riley, Clayton; Omvig, Clayton
The developmental programs were initiated to assist in: developing a procedure for training high school students in distributive education utilizing simulated occupational experience; developing specifications for a simulated laboratory for providing occupational experience; developing a curriculum utilizing laboratory training for eleventh and twelfth grade students; determining the facilities and equipment needed; developing, testing, evaluating, and refining instructional materials; evaluating the effect of the program on adoption of distributive education programs in cooperating schools; and evaluating the effectiveness of such experiences in securing and maintaining employment in distributive occupations. The study group was composed of 128 students in four selected public area vocational-technical schools in Kentucky. The program was effective and demonstrated that simulation can be used effectively. A Coordinator's Handbook, one of the materials resulting from the program, is included and constitutes the major portion of the document. It covers the duties and responsibilities of coordinators. Examples of teaching aids, a curriculum survey, and monthly report forms are also included. (AG)
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Sponsor: Council for Distributive Teacher Education.
Authoring Institution: Kentucky Research Coordinating Unit, Lexington.
Note: 1972 printing by Distributive Education Materials Laboratory, Ohio State University; Professional Bulletin Series No. 21