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ERIC Number: ED278781
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-May
Pages: 321
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0916671-63-1
ISSN: N/A
National Forum on Issues in Vocational Assessment (Atlanta, Georgia, September 20-22, 1984). The Issues Papers.
Smith, Christopher, Ed.; Fry, Ronald, Ed.
The current state of the art in vocational assessment is explored in 46 papers: "Vocational Evaluation: An Experimental Trend in Vocational Assessment" (Nadolsky); "Certification for Teachers and Vocational Evaluation Specialists" (Meers); "Marketing Vocational Education" (Williamson); "Norms, Reliability, and Validity in Commercial Vocational Evaluation Systems" (Botterbusch); "Research Needs and Vocational Assessment as a Science" (Menz); "Vocational Evaluator as Expert Witness" (Ellis); "School-Based Vocational Assessment" (Peterson); "A Model Vocational Evaluation Program for the Learning Disabled Adult" (Long, Hicks); "A Work Measurement Approach to Functional Assessment" (Black, et al.); "Further Development of the Vocational Decision-Making Interview for Handicapped Populations" (Czerlinsky); "A Comparative Study of Performance Scores on the Valpar Component Work Samples" (Dion); "Valpar Component Work Samples: A Correlation Analysis" (Dion); "A Psychovocational Evaluation Model" (Gruehagen, Mohr); "Evaluation of Prevocational Skills in Public School Settings" (Phelps); "The Regional Vocational Assessment Center" (Kapland); "Services of a Special Needs Evaluation Center" (Bohnenstiehl); "Introduction to Microcomputers" (McDaniel); "Computer Software for Assessing and Shaping Motor Performance in Vocational Evaluation and Adjustment Programs" (Coker, Blakemore); "The Use of Computers in Vocational Assessment" (Tango); "Employment through Rehabilitation Technology Awareness" (Johnson); "Microcomputers as Prosthetic Aids for the Severely Physically Disabled" (Long, Hicks); "Ethical Dilemmas--Differences in the Public and Private for Profit Practitioners' Point of View" (McClanahan); "Effective Vocational Evaluation of Non-English Speaking Individuals (Edgcomb); "A Triadic Approach to the Vocational Assessment of the Industrially Injured" (Stewart, et al.); "Vocational Assessment of Chronic Pain Syndrome Patients" (Costello); "Vocational Assessment of Psychiatrically Disabled Professionals" (Stone); "A Reappraisal of Vocational Evaluation from an Ecological Systems Perspective" (Szymula, Schleser); "New Directions for Vocational Assessment" (Hastings); "Career/Vocational Assessment in the Public School Setting" (Sitlington, et al.); "Levels of Worker Functions Claimed by Valpar for Its Work Samples Compared to Those Determined through Job Analysis of the Work Samples" (Clark); "Vocational Outcomes Associated with Lower Extremity Amputations" (Roush); "A Work Hardening Model for the 80s" (Smith, McFarlane); "Physical Capacity Evaluation and the Work Hardening Program" (May); "Identifying Optimal Working Conditions for Persons with Low Vision--Who Is Responsible?" (Small); "Vocational Evaluation of Blind and Visually Impaired Persons" (Peterson); "The Vocational Evaluation of Head Injured Patients" (Weinberger); "Prevocational Evaluation: A Mind Set or a Process" (Coffey, et al.); "A Hierarchical Model of Vocational Evaluation" (Mason); "Short Term Training of Vocational Assessment Personnel" (Esser); "The Career Assessment Process in the Intermediate District" (Murray, Skaja); "Ohio School Based Work Evaluator Teacher Certification Program" (Napier); "A Comprehensive Employability Assessment Strategy for Disabled Persons" (Roessler, et al.); "Vocational Assessment of Learning Disabilities" (Hartlage, Telzrow); and "Vocational Assessment of Deaf and Hearing Impaired Persons" (Cotter). (MN)
Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI 54751.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ.-Stout, Menomonie. Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Inst.