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Educational Technology

1974 Volume 14, Number 9

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 18

  1. Wanted: A Working Definition of Career Education

    Calvin Dellefield

    A general discussion of the meaning of the term career education. (HB) More

    pp. 10-11

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  2. Career Education and Bringing About Change

    Leonard Nadler

    A discussion of change from traditional vocational education to career education. (HB) More

    pp. 11-7

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  3. SCROC: An Acronym for Career Education

    Charles C. Denova

    A description of how Southern California Regional Occupation Center at Torrence, California, teaches marketable skills and career training. (HB) More

    pp. 18-19

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  4. Creating a System Model for a School Career Education Program

    Chester Piskula

    pp. 20-22

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  5. Career Education in Manufacturing Occupations: A High School Level Program

    A Cameron Buchanan

    A description of materials developed for a high school program in manufacturing occupations. (HB) More

    pp. 22-23

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  6. Making School Real: Student "Work Crews"

    Maran Doggett

    How students can be involved in the actual work to be done in the school. (HB) More

    pp. 23-25

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  7. What Will Career Education Do for People?

    Louis McElroy

    A discussion of the function of career education in our society. (HB) More

    pp. 25-26

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  8. Career Education: A Labor View

    Walter G. Davis & John A. Sessions

    Labor union concerns about career education. (HB) More

    pp. 27-28

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  9. The Home Can Be a Learning Center for Career Education

    Elizabeth G. Simpson & John Sutherland

    A discussion of the possibility of establishing home-based learning centers for career education. (HB) More

    pp. 29-31

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  10. A Method for Evaluating Instructional Objectives

    Ronald W. Bruton

    A method to evaluate instructional objectives is considered; 1) it is based upon child behavior, and 2) it is a means of evaluating objectives apart from instruction. (Author) More

    pp. 33-37

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  11. A Computer Based Curriculum Management System

    John Riskin & Webber

    A discussion of the criteria that governed the development of the PLATO computer based curriculum management system. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 38-41

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  12. A Cost-Benefit, Linear Programming Approach to New Project Selection

    Jack Copeland & K Ronaald Higgins

    Article describes an operational, computer based planning model termed SHOT (Selection Hierarchy Optimization Tool). (Author) More

    pp. 41-43

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  13. The Library: A Focal Point for the Extended University Concept

    Bernard J. Luskin

    A discussion of how electronic information retrieval has individualized education, especially for adults. (HB) More

    pp. 43-44

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  14. Methodology for the Sequencing of Instances in Classroom Concept Teaching

    Robert D. Tennyson & Richard C. Boutwell

    pp. 45-50

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  15. How to Compare Your Educational Costs and Benefits

    Robert F. Ross

    How to compare the costs of activities you are responsible for with the benefits resulting from those activities. (Author) More

    pp. 50-52

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  16. Problem Solving in the Classroom: A Model for Sharing Learning Responsibility

    Leonard C. Goldman & Nancy C. Goldman

    This article presents a step-by-step problem-solving model that facilitates change from a teacher-centered to a student-centered class. (Author) More

    pp. 53-58

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  17. Fifty Basic Titles for Instructional Collections: An In-House Library for Educators

    J M. Douglas

    An instructional technology library for the faculty at Reading Area Community College, Pennsylvania, is discussed. (HB) More

    pp. 58-59

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  18. Computer Managed Instruction at a College of Education

    John L. Hayman & Cynthia Mable

    A look at computer assisted instruction at Penn State University. (HB) More

    pp. 60-63

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