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ERIC Number: ED133490
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Aug-23
Pages: 43
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Individualizing Instruction in Vocational and Technical Education.
Nee, John G.
On the premise that individualized instruction and its many variations has become increasingly more important to the vocational and technical educator, various aspects of an individualized instructional program are discussed under eight headings: (1) What Is Meant by Individualizing Instruction in Vocational and Technical Education? (2) Why Do We Need Individualized Instruction in Vocational and Technical Education? (3) How Are Individualized Instructional Systems Developed for Vocational and Technical Education? (Eight points to be considered in developing individualized programs are discussed.) (4) Where Is Individualized Instruction for Vocational and Technical Education Implemented in Michigan? (Five instructional programs) are described.) (5) What Impact Could Individualized Instruction Have on Vocational and Technical Education in Michigan? (6) What Are Some Problems Involved with Implementing Individualized Instructional Systems? (7) Resources to Consult for Further Information About Individualized Instruction for Vocational and Technical Education, and (8) What Are Some Selected References for Individualized Instruction in Vocational and Technical Education? (WL)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Authoring Institution: Central Michigan Univ., Mount Pleasant. Dept. of Industrial Education and Technology.
Identifiers - Location: Michigan