ERIC Number: ED336502
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Strategies for Learners with Special Needs in Marketing and Distributive Education.
Missouri Univ., Columbia. Missouri LINC.
This Vocational Instructional Management System (VIMS) module addresses general information related to the instructional/teaching strategies and cognitive/learning strategies for special needs students in marketing and distributive education. In addition, specific strategies are suggested as they relate to Access Skills objectives for some of the marketing competencies. Seven definitions, 16 frequently asked questions, and 11 references are included. The following questions are answered: What are examples of cognitive strategies? Why should I teach strategies? Who needs to be taught strategies? How often do I need to use instructional strategies? How do I include instructional strategies in my lessons? How can I teach cognitive strategies to special needs students? What instructional strategy could be used for a communication competency? What instructional strategy could be used to demonstrate acceptable social behaviors? What instructional and cognitive skill teaches the identification of selling procedures and sales promotion? What cognitive strategy might be used with this competency? What instructional strategy could be used for an economics and marketing competency? What learning strategy might be used with this competency? What instructional strategy could be used for a communication competency? What learning strategy might be used with this competency? and Where can I get more information about materials? (Four sources are listed.) (NLA)
Descriptors: Business Skills, Cognitive Style, Communication Skills, Competency Based Education, Distributive Education, Economics, Educational Strategies, Instructional Materials, Learning Readiness, Learning Strategies, Marketing, Merchandising, Secondary Education, Social Behavior, Special Needs Students, Thinking Skills
Missouri LINC, 401 East Stewart Road, Columbia, MO 65211.
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Missouri Univ., Columbia. Missouri LINC.
Note: For other titles in this series, see CE 058 617-623.