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ERIC Number: ED085480
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Feb-2
Pages: 40
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Putting Project Talent's Career Data into Career Education: A Symposium.
Tiedeman, David V.; And Others
Four papers presented by American Institutes for Research personnel review Project TALENT developments. The impending Five Year Career Data Book is introduced in David Tiedeman's paper, "A Career Data Book for the First Five Years After High School." For each of twelve career groups a descriptive statement provides information on training, outcomes, relationships, salary, and presence of women; a profile of test data and information blank scores is also included for each. "An Application of the TALENT Data Bank in Career Decision Making," by Judith M. Melnotte, describes an individualized, goal-oriented curriculum using the TALENT data bank in career choice. James Dunn, in "Career Education in the Elementary and Junior High School," outlines AIR's Career Education Development Project for grades K-9. It is a two-year, eight-school project defined by approximately 2,000 behavioral objectives. In "Ever Heard of an Effective Career Planning Model that Lasts?" G. Brian Jones discusses impediments to longterm empirically-validated career guidance in the past and presents a planning model for introducing occupational concepts and data into school systems. (MS)
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