ERIC Number: ED106475
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Practical Guide to Industrial Arts Education.
Lindbeck, John R.
Philosophy, content, organization, methodology, and administration of industrial arts education are described as an integral part of a total educational program. The book is aimed at educators, primarily teachers, at the elementary and secondary levels, and explains and summarizes types and levels of offerings and their functional relationship with other school programs. Chapters are devoted to (1) history of industrial arts education, including Swedish and Russian developments and the manual training and manual arts movements; (2) planning and organizing instructional facilities, including utilities, storage, equipment, space utilization, health and safety, and environmental control; (3) the elementary and secondary levels; (4) curriculum innovation, using specific State plans as examples; (5) auxiliary industrial arts services, such as collegiate professional services, special education, and adult education; (6) industrial arts teacher education; (7) solving teacher problems in industrial arts; (8) supervision; and (9) learning resources, a list of periodicals, films and books arranged by subject area. (MDW)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, Facility Planning, Facility Requirements, Guidelines, Industrial Arts, Instructional Innovation, Program Descriptions, Program Development, Resource Materials, School Shops, Shop Curriculum, Teacher Education
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Publication Type: Guides - General
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