ERIC Number: ED107757
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Reference Count: N/A
Educational Administration for Career Education. A Graduate Level Course for Training Educational Administrators for Career Education.
Pallante, James J.
The course outline describes the practical and theoretical postures of educational administration as they interface with the concept of career education. It was developed for the specific purpose of training individuals from diverse backgrounds to assume administrative responsibility for career education programs. The course contains both a variety of modules for the graduate level students' selection and common modules for the entire class. The 18 modules cover: administration as a social process; administrative tasks and process; bureaucracy; public school as a complex organization; career education programs; definition of career education; Federal point of view of career education; counseling in career education; research in career education; career education and industry; a lecture on the Skyline Career Center in Dallas, Texas; career days; overview of career education; selling career education; career education centers; career education training modules; and research on administration of career education. Activities involve lectures, reading and paper presentations, discussions, field trips, scheduled Career Days, an in-class counseling simulation, role playing, designing a training module package for career education, and a research paper on administration of career education. The 18 modules are organized according to: topic, activities, assignment, and suggested readings. (Author/JB)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Glassboro State Coll., NJ.