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ERIC Number: ED133135
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Sep
Pages: 192
Abstractor: N/A
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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)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
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Authoring Institution: Central Washington State Coll., Ellensburg. Center for Career Studies.; Washington State Office of Community Development, Olympia.