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ERIC Number: ED133135
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
Guidelines for a Business Management Training Program for Native Americans.
Patton, C. Duane; Hollow, Anton
The culmination of a 1975-76 Washington project aimed at providing American Indians with a model business management training program (post secondary level), this report includes: (1) an overview of the project's purpose/approach (development of a training program to provide interface between the socioeconomic phenomena of the Indian Community and business management skills); (2) literature review (contemporary Indian social milieu and economy, functions of management, curriculum development and innovation, educational technology, evaluation, vocational guidance); (3) procedures (project orientation, data collection, and workshop planning; the week-long workshop and extended workshop; model generation via synthesis/analysis of data by project staff and Indian consultants); (4) report of the findings (characteristics peculiar to Indian social phenomenon, factors contributing to Indian behavior, and the consequences of these factors are analyzed in terms of: the social milieu of Indian people and the Indian Community, Indian bureaucratic relationships, Indian economic base, and the process of change for Indians); (5) implications (curriculum content, development, implementation, delivery systems, and evaluation); (6) the model (the educational task, the curriculum subject content, and 12 detailed tasks of curriculum development). (JC)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, American Indians, Business Education, Career Education, Cultural Background, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Guides, Delivery Systems, Educational Programs, Guidelines, Literature Reviews, Models, Postsecondary Education, Program Evaluation, Social Change, Social Differences, Workshops
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Central Washington State Coll., Ellensburg. Center for Career Studies.; Washington State Office of Community Development, Olympia.