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Georgia Univ., Athens. Div. of Vocational Education. – 1975
A study was conducted to identify a list of pedagogical competencies and evaluative criteria based on the performance requirements of the vocational specialists who coordinate the education of handicapped learners in Georgia's new secondary level Vocational Education Awareness Program (VEAP). Performance roles which served as a basis for…
Descriptors: Competency Based Teacher Education, Evaluation Criteria, Handicapped Students, Job Analysis
KITZMILLER, RICHARD L. – 1967
THE TERM "SLOW LEARNER" IS USED IN THIS REPORT TO DESIGNATE THE 18 TO 20 PERCENT OF SCHOOL CHILDREN WHO MEASURE APPROXIMATELY 50 TO 89 IQ ON INDIVIDUAL INTELLIGENCE TESTS. THE PURPOSES OF THE PROJECT WERE TO IDENTIFY AREAS OF VOCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY BEST SUITED TO THE ABILITIES AND INTERESTS OF THE SLOW LEARNER, ADOPT CRITERIA FOR OPTIMUM…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Courses, Curriculum Research, Demonstration Programs
Research and Evaluation Associates, Inc., Washington, DC. – 1991
State activities to collect information on program outcomes for students enrolled in postsecondary vocational education were examined in spring 1990. A multistage process, beginning with a review of state reports and legislation, was followed by telephone interviews with state officials. The average number of respondents per state was five.…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Educational Assessment
Kisner, Mary J. – 1998
This tip sheet outlines the steps academic and vocational educators can take to document the skills needed in the workplace, the skills their students will need in the future, and those currently being taught in the curriculum. Step 1, visit a workplace, includes these activities: choosing the workplace to visit and calling to make arrangements,…
Descriptors: Academic Education, Basic Skills, Employment Potential, Integrated Curriculum
North Carolina State Dept. of Community Colleges, Raleigh. – 1977
This articulation instructional objective guide for automotive mechanics contains summary information on fifteen blocks (courses) of instruction. They are introduction to automotive technology; lubrication and vehicle operating maintenance; cooling system maintenance and repair; automobile heater maintenance and repair; braking system maintenance…
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), Auto Mechanics, Behavioral Objectives, Community Colleges
Social, Educational Research and Development, Inc., Silver Spring Md. – 1968
The primary focus was on the impact of vocational programs on educational achievement, job training, and job placement of disadvantaged youth. Procedures were developed to insure coverage of all major categories of the disadvantaged, all major areas of vocational education, pre-vocational programs, comprehensive regional coverage, and private as…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Case Studies, Cost Effectiveness, Curriculum
Jablonsky, Adelaide, Ed. – 1970
This bibliography, the third of a series of five reports of selected literature included in the ERIC system, three of which have been completed, is comprised specifically of items relating to the employment problems, programs, and prospects of the school dropout. In addition to the listing being extensively annotated, it is arranged in the…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Disadvantaged Youth
McBain, Susan; And Others – 1978
To plan a curriculum for a vocationally based community school in Navajo, New Mexico, the Navajo Department of Education (with assistance from the American Institutes for Research) surveyed the nation for vocational education programs which had been developed or adapted specifically for use with American Indians or Alaska Natives. State directors…
Descriptors: Alaska Natives, American Indian Education, American Indians, Career Guidance
Wehman, Paul, Ed.; Hill, Mark, Ed. – 1982
The document contains nine papers reporting the effectiveness of Project Employability, a program to demonstrate and evaluate a training model providing job site training, advocacy, and long term followup for severely disabled individuals. In "Job Placement and Follow-Up of Moderately and Severely Handicapped Individuals--An Update After…
Descriptors: Adults, Demonstration Programs, Followup Studies, Job Placement
Greenwood, Katy; Jeffries, Louis – 1981
Intended to provide basic information to policymakers and education-for-work planners, this report addresses both past history and possible directions for linking job training to economic development. In a discussion of the nature of economic development both international issues and economic development in the United States are covered. Discussed…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Case Studies, Comparative Analysis, Economic Development
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Henrico County Public Schools, Glen Allen, VA. Virginia Vocational Curriculum Center. – 1986
This instructional task listing is designed to be used in combination with the "Health Occupations Education Service Area Resource" in order to implement competency-based education in the respiratory therapy assistant program in Virginia. The task listing contains three major sections: (1) duty areas; (2) a program description; and (3) a…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Behavioral Objectives, Competency Based Education, Course Content
Wehman, Paul, Ed.; Hill, Mark, Ed. – 1980
The document presents 12 papers on the vocational training and placement of severely disabled persons based partly on Project Employability, which involves the placement and on the job training of the severely disabled. Titles and authors include: "Placement of Severely Disabled Individuals into Competitive Employment--A Two Year Progress…
Descriptors: Employment, Employment Potential, Job Placement, Mental Retardation
Benavidez, Charlotte; Miyatake, George – 1983
This project first identified the duties and tasks required of an entry-level auto mechanic (AM) and an auto body worker (ABW), using a modified DACUM (Developing a Curriculum) occupational analysis process. In this process, a panel of local, expert workers determined the essential duties and tasks of their occupations. Next, the panel identified…
Descriptors: Auto Body Repairers, Auto Mechanics, Basic Skills, Diagnostic Tests
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Lee, Connie W.; And Others – 1976
This description of major activities and accomplishments of the Vocational-Technical Education Consortium of the States (V-TECS) since the second progress report of May, 1975, is designed to provide the reader with a basic understanding of the processes and procedures used by the consortium in achieving its major goal: The production of catalogs…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Administrative Organization, Competency Based Education, Consortia
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. – 1987
These proceedings contain program highlights as well as 45 papers given during six sessions of the Symposium on Training of Nuclear Facility Personnel. The six sessions are entitled: (1) the training challenge; (2) influences on nuclear training; (3) the human factors--training partnership and factors affecting job performance; (4) current…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Energy Occupations, Job Performance, Job Training
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