ERIC Number: ED089018
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
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Basic Coordinator's Guide for Diversified Occupations Program.
Snyder, Marie Blasingame; Holmes, John W.
Diversified Occupations was initiated as an approved statewide program in Washington in 1970. It is a cooperative effort between the school and the local business community, enabling students to acquire, refine and utilize job skills in actual paid employment with the help of an instructor who is a highly skilled professional in that occupation. Even students whose occupational goals cannot be served by any business in the community benefit from learning how to work and developing positive work attitudes. To facilitate the development of such programs this coordinators' guide briefly discusses program criteria, determination of student needs, program planning, program implementation, and program objectives. Basic guidelines and instructional objectives are covered in greater detail, giving suggestions for program planning, finding and using local resources, developing advisory committees, program evaluation, coordinator qualifications, coordination, proposal writing, and resume preparation. Examples of report and other forms are included. (SA)
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Authoring Institution: Washington State Coordinating Council for Occupational Education, Olympia.
Identifiers - Location: Washington