ERIC Number: ED132249
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: N/A
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Guidelines for Health Occupations Education Programs in Secondary Schools.
This manual for school administrators and teachers is designed to aid in developing, planning, and conducting health occupations education programs at the secondary level. Guidelines for program organization and administration are offered regarding advisory committees, procedures for establishing programs, educational facilities, selection of clinical training agencies, transportation, teacher responsibilities and qualifications, students, and program evaluation. Also presented is a description of a program based on a general core curriculum designed to acquaint students with career opportunities, to prepare them for entry into the job market as a health assistant, and to foster interest in postsecondary education. The suggested program may be adapted to meet local needs in a 1-, 2-, or 3-year plan. General guidelines are offered for curriculum design, teaching methods, and suggested curriculum. Also suggested are core subjects, course outline, class and clinical experience, scheduling procedures, and evaluation of students. A sample lesson plan and lesson plan formats also appear. Appended material includes suggested reference books, equipment, teaching aids and audiovisuals, supplies, and supply sources. A schematic design for a health occupations education facility is also appended. (NJ)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tennessee State Board for Vocational Education, Nashville.