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Journal of Law and Education, 1987
Reviews history of the rights of parents to control the education of their children from colonial times to present (includes the development of case law). English and American common law recognizes parents' natural right to control their children's education. Concludes that, as long as academic standards are satisfied, a child's education should…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Educational History, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education
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Rudisill, Alvin E. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
States that national efforts in higher education technology-based curriculum are disorganized. Proposes steps for dealing with technology-based curriculum developments: (1) increase communication between national organizations, (2) involve representatives from national organizations in issues discussions, (3) develop curriculum standards, (4) hold…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Higher Education, Industrial Arts, National Organizations
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Bradley, Curtis H.; Friedenberg, Joan E. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The authors discuss stress and the trade and industrial teacher and provide suggestions for a stress management program. They include a list of suggested resources. Reaction statements by Edward F. Iwanick and Paula E. Lester follow. (CH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Stress Management, Trade and Industrial Teachers
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Zuga, Karen F. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
Some of the procedures and processes of naturalistic research are introduced. These include (1) determining the need for the study, (2) designing it, (3) doing fieldwork, (4) analyzing evidence, and (5) writing a report. (CH)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Industrial Education, Naturalistic Observation, Qualitative Research
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Moss, Jerome, Jr. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The author examines the structure of work roles to clarify the meaning of "generalizable occupational skills." He reaffirms the principal purpose of vocational preparatory programs, proposes an educational definition of "occupation," clarifies the impact of raising the conceptual level of instruction, and explores implications of increasing…
Descriptors: Course Content, Generalization, Job Skills, Secondary Education
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Miller, Pamela Fine; And Others – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The study attempted to determine which ethical characteristics of workers were viewed by vocational educators as important for their students and if teachers representing the five vocational areas selected the same characteristics. Results indicated that reliability, willingness to work, and willingness to learn are highly valued across all…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Postsecondary Education, Secondary Education, Surveys
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Solomon, Charles F.; Gutcher, G. Dale – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The study attempted to determine which skills are needed by entry-level electronics technicians in any of the seven industrial categories. Findings indicate communication skills are considered very important. The researchers fornmulated five recommendations from the results of the study. (CH)
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Electronic Technicians, Employment Qualifications, Entry Workers
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Finch, Curtis R. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
Explains the issue theme, which is alternate delivery systems for vocational education. Somewhat fewer delivery systems were identified than was anticipated. (CH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Delivery Systems, Models, Nontraditional Education
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Pucel, David J. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The author outlines the history of instructional design for industrial training. He describes the Performance-Based Instructional Design system, with seven key components: (1) program description, (2) content analysis, (3) content selection, (4) content sequencing, (5) lesson structuring, (6) lesson delivery formatting, and (7) evaluation…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Competency Based Education, Delivery Systems, Industrial Training
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Blank, William E. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The author outlines an approach to competency-based education and lists factors vital to its statewide implementation. He covers advantages of statewide implementation and components of such a system, including commitment of state leaders, laws and policies, a supportive university system, and staff development. (CH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Competency Based Education, Delivery Systems, Industrial Training
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Fretwell, David H. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The author defines competency-based individual and mediated instruction and argues that it should be used in developing countries' training programs. He cites barriers to implementation of competency-based instruction, including translation problems, the need for inservice teacher training, and geography. Possible solutions are presented. (CH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Competency Based Education, Delivery Systems, Developing Nations
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Suzuki, Warren N.; Finch, Curtis R. – Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1987
The authors critique five articles in the special feature issue of the journal on alternate delivery systems for industrial training. Comment focuses on problems of implementing instructional delivery systems and on differences in terminology. (CH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Delivery Systems, Industrial Training, Models
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Jascourt, Hugh D. – Journal of Law and Education, 1987
Introduces the issues involved in public employee strikes and the questions relating to liability for damage claims by students. (MD)
Descriptors: Collective Bargaining, Court Litigation, Educational Malpractice, Elementary Secondary Education
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Egan, Patrick L. – Journal of Law and Education, 1987
Reviews the question of damage suits in public employee strikes from a management perspective and through review of court cases. Includes discussion of the right to sue and the theories of recovery. The public may successfully sue for damages from unlawful public employee strikes. (MD)
Descriptors: Collective Bargaining, Court Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education, Government Employees
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Slesnick, Donald D., II – Journal of Law and Education, 1987
The growing trend of judicial support allowing employers and third parties to seek damages in public employee strikes is reviewed from the union perspective. Includes a discussion of the historical trend of liability theories. This area of public sector labor relations law is developing with no clear national trend. (MD)
Descriptors: Collective Bargaining, Court Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education, Government Employees
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