ERIC Number: ED400397
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Education and Training for Work. Volume 2--Delivering Instruction.
Campbell, Clifton P., Ed.
This book, which is intended for practicing or aspiring instructors, curriculum developers, and others engaged in work force development at the secondary and postsecondary levels, contains nine papers explaining how to deliver education and training for work. The following papers are included: "Individualized Instructional Systems for Workforce Preparation Programs" (Nevin R. Frantz, Jr.); "Enhancing Classroom Learning" (Dennis R. Herschbach); "Principles and Techniques of Learning and Teaching" (Lester G. Duenk); "Using Computers for Instructional Support and Instruction" (Ronald K. Pendleton, Judith Gresham); "Games, Simulations, and Role Playing" (Lester G. Duenk); "Using Collaborative Team-Based Learning (Cooperative/Group Learning)" (John L. Scott); "Coaching and Counseling Skills" (Richard L. Ressurreccion); "The Workplace Mentor: The Key to Successful School-to-Work Transition Programs" (Edward C. Mann, Harold L. Shoemaker, Jr.); and "The High Performance Schoolhouse: A Means/Ends Discussion on Academic and Vocational Education" (Edward B. Brower, Thomas J. Walker, and Chester P. Wichowski). Many papers include a variety of illustrative examples and sample materials such as the following: outlines of the analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation phases of instructional delivery; list of on-line resources; sample games/simulations/role-playing activities; sample lesson plan for cooperative learning programs; and lists of basic/technical skill factor groupings. (MN)
Descriptors: Academic Education, Adult Education, Behavioral Objectives, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Cooperative Learning, Coordination, Counseling Techniques, Delivery Systems, Education Work Relationship, Educational Games, Individualized Instruction, Job Training, Learning Activities, Learning Processes, Lesson Plans, Mentors, Postsecondary Education, Records (Forms), Secondary Education, Simulation, Teaching Methods, Vocational Education, Work Experience Programs
Technomic Publishing Co., Inc., 851 New Holland Avenue, Box 3535, Lancaster, PA 17604.
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: For volume 1, see CE 072 714.