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  1. Scientific research projects in vocational training schools

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    2010-01-01

    Vocational schools are a resource for many students, with usually low motivation and high learning difficulties. The fact that this type of teaching is of a more practical, experimental, and job oriented type, points to teaching strategies less theoretical and focus on a more practical student involvement. Profiting from those characteristics, the study of the use of scientific projects on vocational teaching was initiated. It was proposed to vocational school st...

  2. Wellbeing and smoking at Danish vocational schools

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    Andersen, Susan; Rod, Morten Hulvej; Ersbøll, Annette Kjær

    Background School dropout and health risk behavior represent major problems among students attending vocational education in Denmark and many other countries. Modifications to the social environment may promote educational attainment as well as the health and wellbeing of young people. However......, there is a need for more evidence-based intervention programs. The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a settings-based intervention (Shaping the Social) at vocational schools on student wellbeing and smoking. Methods We employed a non-randomized controlled trial of 5794 students (mean age 21...... years; 81% male) in 10 (four intervention and six comparison) large vocational schools in Denmark. The intervention integrated social activities with professional learning and focused on four themes: introduction activities; daily class meetings; scheduled breaks; creating a pleasant non-smoking...

  3. Developing Vocational Competences during Secondary School?

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    Behle, Heike

    2017-01-01

    Purpose: Using the example of an amalgamated secondary school qualification (International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme--IBCP), in which both vocational education and training (VET) and academic subjects are taught, the paper aims to discuss the use of skills and knowledge gained during the IBCP for post-secondary school activities.…

  4. Schools and Work: Developments in Vocational Education. Cassell Education Series.

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    Coffey, David

    This book assesses the developing vocational functions of schools in Britain, identifies vocational values and policies, and discovers gaps in provision. Chapter 1 gives a summary analysis of school structural and curricular developments between medieval times and the reign of Victoria that were inspired by vocational or economic influences or had…

  5. Professional Identities of Vocational High School Students and Extracurricular Activities

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    Altan, Bilge Aslan; Altintas, Havva Ozge

    2017-01-01

    Vocational high schools are one of the controversial topics, and also the hardly touched fields in educational field. Students' profiles of vocational schools, their visions, and professional identity developments are not frequently reflected in the literature. Therefore, the main aim of the study is to research whether vocational high school…

  6. The Effects of Vocational Training on Labor Force Experience. An Analysis of the Tennessee Area Vocational Technical School System.

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    Schriver, William R.; Bowlby, Roger L.

    To analyze the differential benefits from vocational training, a study was made involving 1,701 former students selected at random from 19 area vocational-technical schools in Tennessee. Major objectives of the study were to determine: (1) economic justification of vocational training, (2) wage differences among the vocationally trained and…

  7. Study on the cohesion and coherence in English teaching between junior middle school and vocational school

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    范佳

    2012-01-01

      English in junior middle school is the basis of English in vocational school. As the current situation of vocational school students' English is unsatisfactory after they graduate from junior middle school and the study on the cohesion and coherence in English teaching between junior middle school and vocational school is a little. According to the current situation,this paper aims to search the ways of connecting junior middle school English teaching and vocational school English teaching. We can find the relationship between junior middle school English teaching and vocational school English teaching and the ways to help the vocational school students learn English wel .

  8. The effects of school systems, teacher internal characteristics, and students on vocational teacher stress

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    Adams, Elaine

    1996-01-01

    Job stress is a multidimensional phenomenon. The researcher sought to examine variables that cause vocational teachers to experience stress in their teaching occupations and to evaluate the effects of these related stressors. This research evaluated the relationships between school systems and vocational teacher stress, teacher internal characteristics and vocational teacher stress, and students and vocational teacher stress. It also analyzed vocational teacher stre...

  9. The Vocational Personality of School Psychologists in the United States

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    Toomey, Kristine D.; Levinson, Edward M.; Morrison, Takea J.

    2008-01-01

    This study represents the first empirical test of the vocational personality of US school psychologists. Specifically, we investigated the personality of school psychologists using Holland's (1997) well-researched theory of vocational personalities and work environments. The sample consisted of 241 randomly selected members of the National…

  10. The Vocational Personality of School Psychologists in the United States

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    Toomey, Kristine D.; Levinson, Edward M.; Morrison, Takea J.

    2008-01-01

    This study represents the first empirical test of the vocational personality of US school psychologists. Specifically, we investigated the personality of school psychologists using Holland's (1997) well-researched theory of vocational personalities and work environments. The sample consisted of 241 randomly selected members of the National…

  11. Developments in Vocational Education since 1976.

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    Henze, Jurgen

    1984-01-01

    Assesses developments in Chinese vocational education since 1976 and between 1949 and 1976; defines terminology; profiles secondary vocational education alternatives, including secondary specialized schools, workers' training schools, agricultural/vocational high schools, vocational (technical) schools, apprenticeship training, and continuation…

  12. The Analysis on Emotional Education in Vocational School English Teaching

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    兰州职业技术学院 730070

    2015-01-01

    In the time of advancing quality education, emotion education has been paid more and more attention. English teaching is both language teaching progress and emotional communication progress. Therefore, emotional education is extremely important and indispensable in vocational school classroom teaching. However, the current application of vocational school emotional education in English classroom teaching is still relatively weak. Based on the theory of emotional education, this paper attempts to explore the methods and strategies of applying emotional education in vocational school English classroom teaching. It has important theoretical significance on promoting the comprehensive development of the vocational school students, improving English teaching effect, promoting the healthy and sustainable development of the vocational school education, and enriching and developing the emotional teaching psychology and cognitive psychology theory.

  13. Discovery learning and learner autonomy development in secondary vocational school

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    刘芩利

    2015-01-01

    It is imperative to cultivate learner autonomy in secondary vocational school and discovery learning is a good choice.The author reviews the definition and principle of discovery learning and learning autonomy,concludes the adaptation of discovery learning from characteristics of vocational students,andfinally illustrates an example in teaching.

  14. Discovery learning and learner autonomy development in secondary vocational school

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    刘芩利

    2015-01-01

    It is imperative to cultivate learner autonomy in secondary vocational school and discovery learning is a good choice.The author reviews the definition and principle of discovery learning and learning autonomy,concludes the adaptation of discovery learning from characteristics of vocational students,and finally illustrates an example in teaching.

  15. The Reasons for the Interruption of Vocational Training in Estonian Vocational Schools

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    Beilmann, Mai; Espenberg, Kerly

    2016-01-01

    Dropping out of school before achieving any qualification is a serious problem both at an individual and societal level. This study provides an insight into the lives of young people who have dropped out or are at a risk of dropping out of vocational schools in Estonia and gives an overview of the reasons behind the interruption of their studies.…

  16. Implementation of Industrial Work Practice management at vocational high school

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    Widodo, Joko; Samsudi, Sunyoto

    2017-03-01

    The purpose of this study was to develop a management model of entrepreneurship-based Industrial Work Practice (Prakerin) at Vocational High School. This research was planned for three years under Research and Development design. The respondents were public and private Vocational High Schools in Semarang, Salatiga and District of Demak, Central Java, Indonesia. Data were collected through interviews, questionnaires, observation, and documentation. The data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. Preliminary study shows that the implementation of Industrial Work Practice at Vocational High School, which has been carried out, was only to prepare the graduates to become an employee of the industry instead of entrepreneur. Further study is needed to develop a management model of entrepreneurship-based Industrial Work Practice at Vocational High School.

  17. School-Based Vocational Programs and Labor Laws.

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    Martin, James E.; Husch, James V.

    1987-01-01

    The article reviews the rules and regulations of the United States Fair Labor Standards Act in relation to school-based vocational programs and emphasizes the payment of wages across different training and placement options. (Author/CB)

  18. Current Situation in Vocational Schools: Issues and Some Suggested Solutions

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    Reha Metin ALKAN

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Vocational Schools which have undertaken various missions throughout history were established in order to train intermediate staff s with suff icient knowledge and skills in their fields, in accordance with the requirements of trade, industry and services sectors and they are the most important components of ‘vocational and technical education system' today. Analyzing the education given in the vocational schools in accordance with the national and international requirements, developing technologies and the needs of business world and making the necessary arrangements in line with these will contribute to the employability and preferability of graduates of these schools in an eff icient way. Many industrialists/businessmen in our country stated that they experienced serious problems in the supply of qualified staff with suff icient knowledge and skills needed in sectors. Although much progress has been achieved in this subject, it is a fact that there are still a lot of work to be done. In this study, current situation and main troubles in vocational schools are discussed in the light of the experiences gained at Hitit University Vocational School which was established about 40 years ago in Çorum and which is one of the first high schools in Turkey and some solutions are suggested in accordance with the problems mentioned.

  19. Congressional District Schools: Forerunner of Federally Supported Vocational Agriculture.

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    Hillison, John

    1989-01-01

    Before the Smith-Hughes Act, Congressional district agricultural schools in Alabama, Georgia, and Virginia provided an early example of federal support for vocational agriculture. Although agricultural instruction was included, these schools were in reality comprehensive high schools that set precedents for subsequent agricultural curricula. (SK)

  20. Distance Education of Vocational High Schools in Turkey

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    Tuğçe GÜNTER

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of vocational high schools is to teach qualified, high self-sufficient, self-confident, technical staff who have critical and mathematical thinking competence and who can utilize science and technology efficiently. However, because of the limitations of traditional education, students can not take enough education attendance. In this context; along with the advances in science and technology area, “Web- Based Distance Education Programme”, which provides equal education conditions to students, is developed. This programme has got great progresses in abroad, and has also started to practice in Turkish Vocational High Schools. It is determined that some Vocational High Schools have applied Web-Based Distance Education in Medical Documentation and Secretarial (MDS and Medical Laboratory Techniques (MLT Associate Degree Programmes which are also existed in Bülent Ecevit University (BEU Ahmet Erdoğan Health Services Vocational High School. It is observed that the universities, that implemented distance education in these associate degree programmes, have higher technical infrastructure and they design a constructivism-based modules. It is considered that this distance education programme for MDS and MLT Associate Degree Programmes in certain Vocational Schools, can also be implemented for students in Medical Documentation and Secretarial (MDS and Medical Laboratory Techniques (MLT which continues education by computers and overhead projector that is slightly different from traditional education.

  1. INTEGRATING VOCATIONAL STREAM IN SECONDARY SCHOOL: A QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY

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    Mohamad Hisyam Mohd. Hashim

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Vocational stream is a new set-up in the education system of developing countries especially for countries with low population and limited area of land. Nevertheless, this countries are working on providing vocational education to their citizen particularly for their youngsters in secondary school. There are few important elements or items that can be used as guidence in a certain implementation that might be the basics of the implementation. The qualitative methodology (Inteviews, Documents analysis and observation are used. Research findings show that there are some items that can be adopted as the Guidelines On International Best Practices In Integrating Vocational Education In Secondary School especially for the vocational streamed school. It is also found that, it is still too soon for the implementation of vocational stream in the existing secondary schools if the basic requirements for it are not being formed or improved. It is suggested that, the implementation of International Best Practices in Integrating TVET in the Secondary School which was also being suggested previously for other developing countries by model pathway of voational stream student.

  2. 78 FR 68987 - Guides for Private Vocational and Distance Education Schools

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    2013-11-18

    ... CFR Part 254 Guides for Private Vocational and Distance Education Schools AGENCY: Federal Trade... the ``Guides for Private Vocational and Home Study Schools'') in May 1972, and they became effective... private vocational or distance education schools. The Guides provide the basis for voluntary compliance...

  3. 34 CFR 403.113 - How does a State allocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program to area...

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    2010-07-01

    ... under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program to area vocational education schools and... 34 Education 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false How does a State allocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program to area vocational education schools and intermediate...

  4. Promoting Vocational Exploration and Decision Making among High School and College Students

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    Holland, John L.

    1978-01-01

    This review surveys vocational exploration and decision making among high school and college students. Findings indicate educational institutions need to evaluate their collective ability to help students in vocational exploration and decision making. (MFD)

  5. External efficiency of schools in pre-vocational secondary education

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    Timmermans, A. C.; Rekers-Mombarg, L. T. M.; Vreeburg, B. A. N. M.

    2016-01-01

    The extent to which students from a prevocational secondary school are placed in training programmes in senior secondary vocational education that match with their abilities can be estimated by an indicator called External Efficiency. However, estimating the external efficiency of secondary schools

  6. The Research on Teachers’ Burnout of Secondary Vocational Schools

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    Lin; Liping

    2015-01-01

    Burnout becomes a common phenomenon in all walks of life.Scholars have begun to focus on the burnout of primary and secondary school teachers,but little attention was given to teachers of secondary vocational schools.This thesis summarized the general status quo of teacher burnout,the major resources and further proposals to cope with teacher burnout.

  7. The Research on Teachers' Burnout of Secondary Vocational Schools

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    Lin Liping

    2015-01-01

    Burnout becomes a common phenomenon in all walks of life.Scholars have begun to focus on the burnout of primary and secondary school teachers,but little attention was given to teachers of secondary vocational schools.This thesis summarized the general status quo of teacher burnout,the major resources and further proposals to cope with teacher burnout.

  8. Exploration on the Evaluation Mode of "International Trade Practice" in Higher Vocational Schools

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    Li, Yamin

    2011-01-01

    Considering the employment-oriented positioning of higher vocational education which is put by the education ministry and the features of higher vocational schools students, this paper indicates that the disadvantages in the evaluation mode of higher vocational school international trade course. Therefore, a reformed suggestion is given for the…

  9. Learning at Trade Vocational School and Learning at Work: Boundary Crossing in Apprentices' Everyday Life

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    Tanggaard, Lene

    2007-01-01

    This article argues in favour of a situated approach to understanding learning in practice at trade vocational school and at trade in vocational education. Boundary crossing is regarded as contributing to expansive situated learning by apprentices across trade vocational school and the trade. The purpose of the article is to show that the…

  10. Teacher Performance of the State Vocational High School Teachers in Surabaya

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    Kusumaningtyas, Amiartuti; Setyawati, Endang

    2015-01-01

    This research talked about Analysis of Teacher Performance Through Competence, Compensation, and Job Satisfaction of the State Vocational High School Teachers in Surabaya. State Vocational High School Teacher is a professional educator with major duties to educate, teach, build, direct, coach, assess and evaluate learners on the vocational high…

  11. Factors That Influence Students Not To Enroll at the Vanguard Joint Vocational School. Factors That Influence Students Not To Enroll at the Lawrence County Joint Vocational School.

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    Rossetti, Rosemarie

    Two research reports provide results of two Ohio studies to investigate factors that influence a student not to enter a high school vocational curriculum. The studies focus on the Vanguard Joint Vocational School (JVS) and five feeder comprehensive high schools and the Lawrence County JVS and seven feeder comprehensive high schools. Both reports…

  12. Vocational Education and Vocational Skills

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    Madsen, Erik Skov

    Abstract: This paper and presentation is based on case studies in China, Mexico and Denmark. The paper identifies challenges posed to production companies by a lack of vocational skills and vocational education. The study is focusing on different types of production systems i.e. on manual, complex......, a framework of skills related to process tasks is developed. The paper and the presentation conclude that much more focus is needed on the development of vocational education and vocational skills in Denmark, the U.K, and in the U.S. and in China for employees to be able to handle future automated...

  13. Innovative Changes of English Teaching in Vocational Schools

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    GU Pei

    2016-01-01

    English teaching in vocational schools is complex and challenging. The author integrated the language into students’ real life and attached more importance to quality of life in language classroom. The author made several innovative changes such as Exploratory Practice, 3-D mode, learner autonomy, performance evaluation and so on during the teaching course. She ad-vocates promoting mutual understanding and common development of both teacher and students so that students can be competi-tive enough in the future and teachers can also acquire professional development.

  14. A Research on Foreign Language Anxiety among Vocational School Students

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    徐晓莉

    2014-01-01

    Foreign language anxiety is a negative emotion of fear or apprehension occurring in the specific situation of foreign language learning influencing language learning. The author made a research among vocational school students to investigate the level and sources of foreign language anxiety.

  15. Forms of School Experience in France's Vocational Training Track Students

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    Capdevielle-Mougnibas, Valérie; Courtinat-Camps, Amélie

    2017-01-01

    This article examines the existing relations between the social background, the cognitive skills, the sense of schooling experience, the relation to learning and the professional project in the construction of the meaning of their course choice for French boys living in working-class families and guided to vocational studies. It presents the…

  16. Examination of Job Satisfaction of the Medical Vocational High School Teachers

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    Bayraktar, Hatice Vatansever; Güney, Burcu

    2016-01-01

    The aim of this study is to determine the job satisfaction level of Medical Vocational High School teachers and whether it differs according to different variables. The research was organized in accordance with the screening model. The population of the research was composed of vocational course teachers who worked in Medical Vocational High…

  17. High School Vocational Counseling Role in Leveraging Students` Professional Inclinations

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    Gabriel Brătucu

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available The experience of many countries with a well-educated workforce highlights the important role of vocational counselling services for advantageous youth professional orientation. Researchers manifest in their turn, a growing interest to study the role of vocational counselling, from the perspective of increasing the efficiency of investment in education and strengthening the capacity of enterprises to meet the challenges of the knowledge economy. In Romania, high school students have access to career guidance services, but there is little information on the extent to which they use or how useful they consider these services. Many times, there is a social conformism among high school graduates, which determines them to choose professions valued at a certain moment, without making a personal judgment. The aim of this paper is to analyse, as a good practice, the role of high school graduate vocational counselling in developing professional skills, in order to help them make the right career decision. In order to monitor the high school students` opinions on the vocational guidance and their perceptions of the integration in the labour market, a market research study has been conducted. This is a survey conducted on a sample of 2,364 high school students in their final year of study (twelve grade. The research has shown that a reduced percentage of the interviewed high school students have knowledge about the vocational guidance activity. From those who have used these services, most of them were satisfied. The study also highlighted the fact that the most important criteria for getting a job are the skills acquired during studies.

  18. Cursos in Educacion Vocacional (Courses in Vocational Education): A Spanish Language Introduction to the Various Areas of Vocational and Technical Education Commonly Available in the Vocational Secondary Schools of Pennsylvania.

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    Smith, Philip D., Jr.

    This manual presents an introduction in Spanish to the various areas of vocational and technical education commonly available in the vocational secondary schools of Pennsylvania. It discusses course requirements, future possibilities in the particular vocation, and related jobs. Included among the fields discussed are auto mechanics, electrical…

  19. 34 CFR 403.120 - How does a State reallocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program and the...

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    2010-07-01

    ... Secondary School Vocational Education Program and the Postsecondary and Adult Vocational Education Programs... 34 Education 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false How does a State reallocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program and the Postsecondary and Adult Vocational Education Programs?...

  20. Vocational Education and Vocational Skills

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    Madsen, Erik Skov

    Abstract: This paper and presentation is based on case studies in China, Mexico and Denmark. The paper identifies challenges posed to production companies by a lack of vocational skills and vocational education. The study is focusing on different types of production systems i.e. on manual, complex...... and automated production. The paper highlights how both China and Denmark have focused on theoretical rather than vocational education for more than a decade. Based on a combination of a literature review and field studies of cases, including studies of mass production and unmanned and automated production......, a framework of skills related to process tasks is developed. The paper and the presentation conclude that much more focus is needed on the development of vocational education and vocational skills in Denmark, the U.K, and in the U.S. and in China for employees to be able to handle future automated...

  1. Handbook on Marketing Vocational Education.

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    Martin, William R.

    Compiled after interviews with vocational educators at urban and rural joint vocational schools, comprehensive high schools, and career centers considered to be successful at marketing vocational education locally in Ohio, this handbook contains information on successful marketing activities that other local educators can undertake. Section I…

  2. Vocational Guidance for Everyone

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    Holland, John L.

    1974-01-01

    Describes some of the current problems of vocational guidance, summarizes relevant knowledge and theory in the field, and offers some practical plans for a coordinated, theoretically compatible group of vocational programs, services, and experiences for a high school. (Author/JM)

  3. The Study of English Teaching Methods in Secondary Vocational School Based on the Role Letter's Therapy

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    吕政凤

    2013-01-01

    Secondary vocational school students is different from ordinary high school students and university students ,especially in the aspect of English teaching and learning .In view of the special career orientation of secondary vocational school education. English teaching methods in secondary vocational schools should have more practical and targeted. Used the Role Letter ’s Thera-py in English teaching can help students develop interest in learning English and learning initiative consciousness. In this paper I will talk about the important of the Role Letter's Therapy in English teaching of Secondary vocational school ,and how to use it.

  4. High School and Employment Experiences of Vocational and Nonvocational Concentrators of the Idaho High School Graduating Class of 1983.

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    Riesenberg, Lou E.; Stenberg, Laurie A.

    1992-01-01

    Five years after graduation, responses from 519 nonvocational and 212 vocational Idaho graduates and 317 of their employers found no differences in satisfaction with curriculum; 40% nonvocational and 33% vocational jobs not related to high school plans; 89% nonvocational, 80% vocational concentrators satisfied with jobs; and no significant…

  5. Factors that Influence Students Not to Enroll at the Springfield-Clark Joint Vocational School.

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    Rossetti, Rosemarie

    This study investigated factors that influence students not to enroll at the Springfield-Clark Joint Vocational School (JVS) and in vocational education at the feeder comprehensive high schools. A cluster sample of 357 nonvocational students was selected from junior English classes from the nine feeder schools and administered a questionnaire.…

  6. 构建中-高-本零距离衔接的铜仁大职教思考%Thoughts on Buildingthe Zero Distance Connection of VocationalSchools, Vocational College and Universitiesin TongrenVocationalEducation

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    邓川

    2015-01-01

    Tongren is a typical agricultural area in Guizhou Province. The government pays high attention to vocational education, so the reis aqualified university, two vocational colleges (including one national key vocational colleges), and fourteen vocational schools in Tongren, which has trained large number of talents for local economic development. This paper discussed how to integrate Tongren vocational education resources, and how the university was the guide for vocational colleges and vocational schools. Therefore, it put forward in the building the zero distance connection of vocational schools, vocational colleges and universities in Tongren vocational education.%要提升职教办学水平,就必须整合铜仁职业教育资源,发挥好本科对高职高专及中职的带动作用,构建中-高-本零距离衔接的大职教体系,其对策主要有:以本科院校为龙头,形成中-高-本贯通的职业技术教育集团学校;激活行业企业的参与度,把集团化办学从学校联盟向校企联合体转型,健全职业教育整体发展的体系,促进职业教育良性发展。

  7. Vocational rehabilitation

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    Labriola, Merete; Thielen, Karsten; Eplov, Lene Falgaard

    2014-01-01

    Work is known to be one of the main sources of human identity. It might be threatened when ill-health impairs individual labour market participation. Vocational rehabilitation, which is based on the bio-psycho-social model of health and function, is the systematic approach to improve employability...... for those who suffer from health-related disabilities. This article gives a short historical overview about vocational rehabilitation in Denmark, describes the current structural and political framework and gives practice examples of local multidisciplinary and intersectoral rehabilitation efforts....

  8. Vocational rehabilitation

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    Labriola, Merete; Thielen, Karsten; Eplov, Lene Falgaard

    2014-01-01

    Work is known to be one of the main sources of human identity. It might be threatened when ill-health impairs individual labour market participation. Vocational rehabilitation, which is based on the bio-psycho-social model of health and function, is the systematic approach to improve employability...... for those who suffer from health-related disabilities. This article gives a short historical overview about vocational rehabilitation in Denmark, describes the current structural and political framework and gives practice examples of local multidisciplinary and intersectoral rehabilitation efforts....

  9. 34 CFR 403.112 - How does a State allocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program to local...

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    2010-07-01

    ... Education Programs § 403.112 How does a State allocate funds under the Secondary School Vocational Education... of providing services under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program in order to meet the... formula for the Secondary School Vocational Education Program, three LEAs earn $5,000 each (which is...

  10. The Profile of Intrapreneurship Leadership of Vocational High School Principals

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    Husaini Usman

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available The implementation of the School Integrated Development (SID in the Vocational High School (VHS is quite ideal, but much of its succes depends on the activity in the VHS itself. The implementation of the SID in the VHS Bandung demonstrates the leadership style that tends to be authoritarian does not represent the intrapreneurship leadership characteristics. This conclusion shows 21 characteristics of intrapreneurship leadership with an acronym of Teknik. The training materials for candidates of VHS principals should include intrapreneurship leadership concept based on belief and piety, and science, technology, and art as one of its main subject matters

  11. Techniques of reading and speaking teaching in vocational school

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    金前英

    2016-01-01

    The students have learned English in the middle school, They learned the skills of reading writing listening and speaking. But of the four skills, speaking is usually the poorest for the students of learning English in China, most of students are lack of reading ,they learned English just for exam, but in vocational school, reading is the skill that the students will be judged upon . A lots of problems exist in the English teaching especially in the teaching of reading. In this paper, the importance and methods of reading will be further discussed.

  12. Administration and Supervision of Area Vocational-Technical Schools in Tennessee. Topics of Interest: Volume I.

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    Ricketts, Samuel Clifton, Ed.

    This document includes seven papers aimed at administrators of postsecondary schools, especially in Tennessee. Topics which are addressed are the problems and concerns of supervision; informal power structure in vocational education; program articulation; effective use of advisory councils in area vocational-technical schools; occupational…

  13. How to Provide“Scaffold”in Reading for Secondary Vocational School Students

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    王亮

    2014-01-01

    Many secondary vocational school students are afraid of reading, while teachers are often trapped in a dilemma as to how to teach reading. The present paper, based on scaffold theory, elaborates when and how to provide scaffold in reading teach-ing through a case study so as to promote the efficiency of English reading classes in secondary vocational schools.

  14. The Impact of Vocational Schooling on Human Capital Development in Developing Countries: Evidence from China

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    Loyalka, Prashant; Huang, Xiaoting; Zhang, Linxiu; Wei, Jianguo; Yi, Hongmei; Song, Yingquan; Ren, Baoping; Shi, Yaojiang; Chu, James; Maani, May; Rozelle, Scott

    2014-01-01

    A number of developing countries currently identify vocational education and training (VET) as a key approach to building human capital. For example, the promotion of VET at the high school level ("vocational high school", which is used here interchangeably with VET throughout the paper) has become a policy priority among emerging…

  15. Factors That Influence a Student Not To Enter into a High School Vocational Curriculum.

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    Rossetti, Rosemarie

    In view of the steady decline in vocational enrollments since 1979, a study was conducted to identify factors that influence students not to enter into a high school vocational curriculum. The study questionnaire was given to 633 nonvocational 11th-grade students from 5 randomly selected southwestern Ohio high schools. One month after the student…

  16. The Application of Project-based learning to Business English Writing in Secondary Vocational School

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    吴敏玲

    2016-01-01

    Business English Writing is an important course in secondary vocational school. Project-based learning is a typical student-centered teaching method. For this reason, it becomes urgent to discuss the application of Project-based learning to business English writing in secondary vocational school.

  17. The Problems of Applying Student Centered Syllabus of English in Vocational High Schools in Kendal Regency

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    Faridi, Abdurrachman; Bahri, Seful; Nurmasitah, Sita

    2016-01-01

    This study was descriptive qualitative study aimed to investigate the problems of applying student centered syllabus in vocational high schools in Kendal regency, Central Java, Indonesia. The subjects of the study were twenty English teacher in vocational high schools in Kendal. The data were collected through observations, questionnaires, and…

  18. Learning in School and Out--General vs. Vocational Education.

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    Achtenhagen, Frank

    The adequate way to discuss problems of vocational education more generally is that taken by Resnick (1987). She feels that the relationship between general and vocational education, and their respective and common aims, problems, and restrictions, must be outlined primarily substantially and not only organizationally. Resnick tries to combine the…

  19. Learning in School and Out--General vs. Vocational Education.

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    Achtenhagen, Frank

    The adequate way to discuss problems of vocational education more generally is that taken by Resnick (1987). She feels that the relationship between general and vocational education, and their respective and common aims, problems, and restrictions, must be outlined primarily substantially and not only organizationally. Resnick tries to combine the…

  20. Smart management in effective schools : effective management configurations in general and vocational education in the Netherlands

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    Hofman, W.H.A.; Hofman, R.H.

    2011-01-01

    Purpose: In this study the authors focus on different (configurations of) leadership or management styles in schools for general and vocational education. Findings: Using multilevel (students and schools) analyses, strong differences in effective management styles between schools with different stud

  1. Smart management in effective schools : effective management configurations in general and vocational education in the Netherlands

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    Hofman, W.H.A.; Hofman, R.H.

    2011-01-01

    Purpose: In this study the authors focus on different (configurations of) leadership or management styles in schools for general and vocational education. Findings: Using multilevel (students and schools) analyses, strong differences in effective management styles between schools with different

  2. Competence assessment for vocational school students based on business and industry chamber to improve graduate entrepreneurship

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    Samsudi, Widodo, Joko; Margunani

    2017-03-01

    Vocational school's skill competence assessment is an important phase to complete learning process at vocational school. For vocational school this phase should be designed and implemented not only to measure learning objective target, but also to provide entrepreneurship experience for the graduates. Therefore competence assessment implementation should be done comprehensively in cooperation with Business and Industry Chamber. The implementation of skill competence aspect covering materials, methods, strategies, tools and assessors, need to be designed and optimized with respect to vocational school together with Business and Industry Chamber. This aims to measure the learning objective target and produce improved entrepreneurship graduates. 4M-S strategy in students' skill competence assessment could be done to ensure that the material, method, tool and assessor have been well designed and implemented in both institutions: vocational school and Business and Industry Chamber to improve entrepreneurship graduates.

  3. 34 CFR 403.111 - How must funds be used under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program and the...

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    ... 34 Education 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false How must funds be used under the Secondary School..., Postsecondary, and Adult Vocational Education Programs § 403.111 How must funds be used under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program and the Postsecondary and Adult Vocational Education Programs?...

  4. General or Vocational English Courses for Taiwanese Students in Vocational High Schools? Students' Perceptions of Their English Courses and Their Relevance to Their Future Career

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    Hua, Tzu-Ling; Beverton, Sue

    2013-01-01

    Taiwanese vocational high schools (VHSs) deliver general English courses. This paper explores the extent to which these courses are perceived to be appropriately vocationally orientated. This focus gives rise to two main research questions: what are VHS students' expectations from their English courses, and to what extent are they being met? The…

  5. Education, Employment and Income of High School Vocational Agriculture Graduates. Final Report.

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    Quesada, R. M.; Seaver, S. K.

    In order to evaluate vocational agriculture education in 21 Connecticut high schools for the purposes of developing or updating curriculums, this study intended to: (1) determine employment rates of vocational agriculture graduates in agricultural areas, (2) determine post-secondary educational attainment levels, (3) determine variables affecting…

  6. A Study of Factors Associated with the Vocational Development of High School Agricultural Occupations Students.

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    Byler, Bennie L.; Hemp, Paul E.

    Among the most crucial problems facing young people today are decisions in the process of vocational development. This study was designed to determine if there are differences in certain aspects of vocational development among the groups of high school agriculture students who plan to enter on-farm agricultural occupations, those who plan to enter…

  7. Vocational Aspirations of Chinese High School Students and Their Parents' Expectations

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    Hou, Zhi-Jin; Leung, S. Alvin

    2011-01-01

    This study examined the vocational aspirations and parental vocational expectations of high school students and their parents (1067 parent-child dyads). Participants completed a demographic questionnaire and an Occupations List. The Occupations List consisted of 126 occupational titles evenly distributed across the six Holland types. Parents were…

  8. School Nurse Perspectives regarding Their Vocational Decisions

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    Smith, Shirley G.; Firmin, Michael W.

    2009-01-01

    This is a phenomenological, qualitative study of 25 school nurses employed in a large, urban school district in the Midwestern section of the United States. The study's participants possess histories of professional work experiences in nursing specialties other than school nursing. Thematic analysis of the data revealed three prominent factors…

  9. Context-Driven Entrepreneurial Education in Vocational Schools

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    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Vocational Education and Training (VET is offered throughout the world to students of various educational backgrounds and career aspirations in an effort to create a skilled workforce. The structure of VET varies greatly across different fields and countries with high-growth, low-growth, and transitional economies. However, a common critique of many vocational institutions is that they focus on skills training without addressing related business systems. Thus, students may not understand the business strategies related to their field, which stifles job readiness and entrepreneurial potential. To counter this, a more context-driven and integrated entrepreneurial approach is proposed for VET. Benefits, disadvantages, and exemplars of various types of vocational and entrepreneurial programs are evaluated to determine how their strengths might be leveraged. Such integrated entrepreneurial and vocational training would more suitably address context-specific market needs via both practical and transferrable skills, thus helping to reduce unemployment, particularly among youth in sub-Saharan Africa.

  10. Futurism in Vocational Education.

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    Ediger, Marlow

    Vocational education is likely to change dramatically as society as a whole continues to change in the future. Research conducted by vocational education specialists will likely result in a new scope and sequence of vocational instruction. New theories of vocational education will be developed, as will new instructional methods based on these…

  11. English Teaching Strategies Research——Based on the Vocational High School Art Students’ Learning Style

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    Sun; Jianxia

    2014-01-01

    Diagnosing learners’ learning style is meaningful for "student一centered" teaching mode and individualized teaching.But the teaching strategies based on the students’ learning style should gain the same attention.Seldom do researchers regard vocational high school art students as their subjects.Using Reid’s Perceptual Learning Style Survey as the research instrument, this paper viewed vocational high school art students as the subjects; the purpose is to find some effective strategies to teach art students of vocational high school well.

  12. English Teaching Strategies Research--Based on the Vocational High School Art Students’Learning Style

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    Sun Jianxia

    2014-01-01

    Diagnosing learners' learning style is meaningful for “student-centered” teaching mode and individualized teaching.But the teaching strategies based on the students' learning style should gain the same attention.Seldom do researchers regard vocational high school art students as their subjects.Using Reid’s Perceptual Learning Style Survey as the research instrument, this paper viewed vocational high school art students as the subjects;the purpose is to find some effective strategies to teach art students of vocational high school well.

  13. REPORT ON NEW YORK STATE DATA FROM A NATIONAL FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL T AND I VOCATIONAL GRADUATES.

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    ENINGER, MAX U.

    A NATIONAL FOLLOWUP STUDY OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL VOCATIONAL GRADUATES FROM 100 SELECTED SCHOOLS WAS MADE TO (1) DESCRIBE THE POST-HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL EXPERIENCE OF A GROUP OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL VOCATIONAL COURSE GRADUATES FROM THE CLASSES OF 1953, 1958, AND 1962, (2) COMPARE VOCATIONAL COURSE GRADUATES FROM COMPREHENSIVE HIGH…

  14. Development of Vocational Secondary School Students Competitiveness for Studies in the European Area of Higher Education

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    ABSTRACT OF THE PROMOTION THESIS DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ COMPETITIVENESS FOR STUDIES IN THE EUROPEAN AREA OF HIGHER EDUCATION The promotion thesis „Development of Vocational Secondary School Students’ Competitiveness for Studies in the European Area of Higher Education” in the field of general pedagogy of pedagogical science has been worked out by Olga Dementjeva under the supervision of Dr. chem. Professor Andrejs Rauhvargers at the Depart...

  15. Reflection on the Final-term Intensive Reading Test in a Secondary Vocational School

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    沈平

    2009-01-01

    This article begins with a brief description of a final-term intensive reading test for students in a secondary vocational school in Shaosing then it argues about the test's validity and reliability.Most significantly,it discusses the backwash effect of the textbook-based test in students' learning process.Finally,a conclusion is drawn that a final achievement test like this is valid,reliable and applicable to vocational students.Consequently,the textbook-based test is recommended for secondary vocational student8(SVS)in their EFL learning.

  16. Legal Scholarship as a Vocation.

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    Luban, David

    2001-01-01

    Explores the more purely theoretical side of the legal scholar's vocation, using Max Weber's text on the scholar's role titled "Science as a Vocation." Discusses the consequences of the tension between law schools' generalist "pretensions" and increasingly specialist character, and Weber's fact/value distinction. (EV)

  17. Teachers' Perceptions about the School Principals' Ethical Leadership Behaviours: A Study from Turkish Vocational High Schools

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    Katranci, Ihsan; Sungu, Hilmi; Saglam, Mehmet

    2015-01-01

    The importance of ethical dimension of leadership is a fact accepted by everyone. In spite of this, very few empirical studies have been carried out on this issue in the field of educational administration considering the significance of ethical values in leadership. This study was carried out to investigate vocational high school teachers'…

  18. School Engagement, Risky Peers, and Student-Teacher Relationships as Mediators of School Violence in Taiwanese Vocational versus Academically Oriented High Schools

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    Chen, Ji-Kang; Astor, Ron Avi

    2011-01-01

    Educational tracking based on academic ability accounts for different school dynamics between vocational versus academically-oriented high schools in Taiwan. Many educational practitioners predict that the settings of vocational schools and academic schools mediate school violence in different ways. Alternatively, some researchers argue the actual…

  19. On Secondary vocational School Class Management%浅谈中职班级管理

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    朱淑芬

    2015-01-01

    In the vocational school, how to effectively manage a classroom every teacher concerns. Now, the author works as a teacher with their own practice in vocational schools, vocational teacher to talk about how to manage a classroom, in or-der to be able to contribute effectively manage vocational classes to help.%在中职校里,如何有效管理班级是每一个班主任关心的问题。下面,笔者结合自身在中职学校担任班主任的工作实践,谈谈中职班主任如何管理班级,以期能为有效管理中职班级尽一份绵力。

  20. Communication Skills of Anatolian Vocational Health High School Students

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    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: This research is conducted to determine the level of communication and influencing skills students studying in classes 9 and 12 in Bursa Anatolian Vocational Health High School. Materials and Methods: The research group consisted of 218 students. Data communication with the inventory collected with a questionnaire containing demographic characteristics of the students. Percentile of the data analysis, Kruskal-Vallis, correlation test was used. Results: The mean score of students’ communicative skills inventory was 164.61+17.20. No significant difference was found between success in school and communication skills with the students’ gender, number of siblings. While there is no difference between free time activities watching TV and communication skills of students, there is a significant difference between the habit of using the computer and communication skills of students between the total score and subscales. Conclusions: Students’ communication skills scores are higher in girls than in boys, school achievement and communication skills scores increased parallel to the increase number of siblings. The habit of reading a book, while the positive affect on the mental score communication skills, scores of all the communication skills of students negative affects the increase in computer usage time. Effect on student reading scores for class communication skills to improve communication skills courses put the quality and increasing the recommend hours. (The Jo­ur­nal of Cur­rent Pe­di­at­rics 2014;1:20-5

  1. [Development of sociopsychological adaptation of schoolchildren and vocational school pupils].

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    Goncharov, G A; Nadezhdin, D S

    2009-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to comparatively analyze the influence of family factors on social and psychological adaptation and achievement motivation in pupils from general education schools and in their coevals from vocational educational schools (VES). An experimental study was conducted in 10th-form pupils from a number of Moscow schools and persons of the same age who were one-year course pupils from a Moscow VES. A total of 242 pupils, including 130 schoolchildren and 112 one-year course pupils from the VES, were examined. The social and psychological adaptation questionnaire developed by K. Rodgers and R. Diamond was used to estimate achievement motivation by the Mehrabian test. The performed study confirmed the negative impact of poor family relations on pupils' sociological and psychological adaptation independently of the type of a general educational establishment. The high maternal educational level had a good effect on the adaptability of schoolchildren, that of boys in particular, whereas the paternal educational status is of the same value to VES pupils. Family relations and maternal and paternal education levels significantly affect the formation of achievement motive in pupils and their social and psychological adaptation as a whole.

  2. [Cinema and professional vocation].

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    García Sánchez, José Elías

    2011-01-01

    Commercial cinema is both narrative art and a widely-used mass medium that is built upon human stories. Among the contents of these stories there are many vocational aspects. Taking advantage of these circumstances we will proceed to analyze health vocations through eight films. Patch Adams allows us to approach the fulfillment of vocation, which has not been an easy task for women, as we can see in Allá en el setenta y tantos. Vocational fulfillment is at the core of the plot in The Citadel. Something the Lord Made is a good example to illustrate an unfulfilled vocation, in the same way as Awakenings and Arrowsmith represent the fulfillment of an unexpected vocation and a long pursued one. Finally, vocation can demand great sacrifices, which is made crystal clear in Korczak, and when vocation is not strictly followed it might lead to the greatest abominations, which is the case in "The Fugitive. "

  3. 1987 Follow-up Survey on Chapters 5 and 6 Impact on Area Vocational-Technical Schools and Selected School Districts.

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    Dittenhafer, Clarence A., Comp.; Winters, Thomas R., Comp.

    A study was made of the impact of Chapter 5 and 6 Regulations and Chapter 339 Standards, which increase graduation requirements, on vocational education in Pennsylvania. The target group for the 1987 follow-up mail survey was the vocational director or administrator in each of the 73 area vocational-technical schools (AVTSs) and 60 randomly…

  4. Vocational Education and Vocational Skills in Production

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    Madsen, Erik Skov

    2015-01-01

    Through case studies in China, Mexico and Denmark, this paper identifies challenges posed to production companies by a lack of vocational skills and vocational education. The study includes manual, complex and automated production procedures. The paper highlights how both China and Denmark have...... focused on theoretical rather than vocational education for more than a decade. Based on a combination of a literature review and field studies of cases, including studies of mass production and unmanned and automated production, a framework of skills related to process tasks is developed. The paper...... concludes that much more focus on the development of vocational education and vocational skills is needed in Denmark, the U.K, the U.S. and in China for employees to be equipped to handle future automated and advanced production systems....

  5. Smart Management in Effective Schools: Effective Management Configurations in General and Vocational Education in the Netherlands

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    Hofman, W. H. Adriaan; Hofman, Roelande H.

    2011-01-01

    Purpose: In this study the authors focus on different (configurations of) leadership or management styles in schools for general and vocational education. Findings: Using multilevel (students and schools) analyses, strong differences in effective management styles between schools with different student populations were observed. Conclusions: The…

  6. Physics Laboratory Investigation of Vocational High School Field Stone and Concrete Construction Techniques in the Central Java Province (Indonesia)

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    Purwandari, Ristiana Dyah

    2015-01-01

    The investigation aims in this study were to uncover the observations of infrastructures and physics laboratory in vocational high school for Stone and Concrete Construction Techniques Expertise Field or Teknik Konstruksi Batu dan Beton (TKBB)'s in Purwokerto Central Java Province, mapping the Vocational High School or Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan…

  7. The Application of Problem-Based Learning Strategy to Increase High Order Thinking Skills of Senior Vocational School Students

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    Suprapto, Edy; Fahrizal; Priyono; Basri, K.

    2017-01-01

    This research is to apply and develop a strategy of problem-based learning to increase the ability of higher order thinking skills of senior vocational schools students. The research was done due to a fact that the quality of outputs of the senior vocational schools has not met the competency needed by the stakeholders in the field, that has made…

  8. 34 CFR 403.115 - What appeal procedures must be established under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program?

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    ... 34 Education 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false What appeal procedures must be established under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program? 403.115 Section 403.115 Education Regulations of the Offices... § 403.115 What appeal procedures must be established under the Secondary School Vocational...

  9. The Development of Productivity Practical Management Model at Automotive Mechanical Technology Skill Program in Semarang Vocational Schools, Indonesia

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    Hadromi; Rachman, Maman; Soesanto; Kartana, Tri Jaka

    2015-01-01

    The purpose of this research is to develop automotive Mechanical Technology Skill Program (TMO) in Vocational School. The Research and Development (R&D) object was done in SMK 1, 4 and 7 Semarang, Indonesia. The result was achieved productivity Practical Management Final Model at TMO skill Program in Vocational school named momanticproter.…

  10. Finnish WorldSkills Achievers’ Vocational Talent Development and School-to-Work Pathways

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    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper examines the perceptions of vocational expertise and school-to-work pathways among WorldSkills Competition (WSC achievers and their co-workers and employers within the Finnish context. At the biennial international WSC, young people (aged 18-to-23 years from over 60 countries demonstrate their skills in more than 40 trades. Individualized training for this competition is provided through the cooperation of vocational institutions (e.g., expert coaches, team leaders and competition panellists and industry (e.g., mentors, sponsors, materials, equipment. Semi-structured thematic interviews (N=51 were conducted in 2013 and 2014 with former Finnish WSC medal or diploma winners (n=18 who had since begun their working lives (1-to-15 years of work experience. Their employers (n=16 and colleagues (n=17 were also interviewed. Results showed that in addition to vocation-specific knowledge and skills, problem-solving skills, creativity, social skills and self-regulatory skills were acknowledged as the most significant elements of vocational expertise. The findings also indicated that formal vocational education combined with deliberate practice and training based on expert mentoring improved the long-term career progress and vocational expertise of the WSC achievers.

  11. The Advantage of Going For Vocational Education

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    2008-01-01

    With the entering of the 21st century,information technology has become the world's economic and social development trend,China is beginning to see vocational education as important to maintaining fast economic growth and social stability.Every one wants to have a lucrative career and bright future.That is the reason why most people these days take up vocational education.Vocational education is a type of educational attainment that teaches the student trade skills and aptitudes.Vocational school is a school that provides vocational education to individuals who desire to be trained in job-specific skills.

  12. An Investigation into English Teaching Methods in Secondary Vocational Schools in Zhejiang Province

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    GUAN Shi-qing

    2016-01-01

    New requirements in English teaching were brought up under vocational curriculum reform in Zhejiang province. The work presented in this paper mainly focus on three aspects of the following:Teaching methods in class, the students’knowledge background and learning motivation. Methods used in this investigation are known as questionnaires as well as interview. Total 182 students from two Vocational Schools in Hangzhou city were surveyed in random manner, aiming at the students’knowl-edge background, learning motivation and teachers’teaching methods. Interview was used as supplementary information. It’s in order to get an entire grasp of the present situation of English teaching Methods in secondary vocational schools and to find out an effective way to solve the problems. After that, as a result of the Investigation indicates that problems still exist in second-ary vocational schools. Suggestions are to put forward some effective strategies and approaches that will improve English teach-ing quality in secondary vocational schools;what is more, according to students’choices and interests, situational teaching and layered teaching could be implemented in order to improve students’English ability.

  13. General view of university students “Marmara University Vocational School of Health Services Case”

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    Akyurt Nuran

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study was to determine the attitude towards the socio-economic conditions and demographic characteristics and the university life of medical students. To determine the students’ sociodemographic characteristics “Personal Information Form” was used developed by researchers according to literature. The form contains expressions of the students such as the economic situation, future concerns, finding a job, university life, social & recreational activities, build up relationships with people and parents education level. Target group of the study were 349 students from Marmara University Vocational School of health. The environment of the survey was limited to the students studying in all programs at Marmara University Vocational School of Health. The research was carried out with students at Marmara University Vocational School of Health in the fall semester of 2014-2015.

  14. Krachtvoer: Effect evaluation of a Dutch healthful diet promotion curriculum for lower vocational schools

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    Martens, M.K.; Assema, P. van; Paulussen, T.G.W.M.; Breukelen, G. van; Brug, J.

    2008-01-01

    Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the behavioural effects of a school-based healthful diet promotion intervention implemented in lower vocational schools. Design: A cluster-randomised pre-test-post-test experimental design was used, and data were collected by means of written questionna

  15. Reasons High School Students Are Not Enrolling in Vocational Education and People Influencing Students' Decisions.

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    Rossetti, Rosemarie

    The study investigated reasons why 11th-grade students decided not to enroll in a vocational curriculum and who influenced their decision. The population studied was all nonvocational 11th-grade students in the Southwest Ohio Region Personnel Development Center during the 1987-88 school year. Five schools were randomly selected from the…

  16. Transfer of Knowledge in Technical Vocational Education: A Narrative Study in Swedish Upper Secondary School

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    Kilbrink, Nina; Bjurulf, Veronica

    2013-01-01

    In vocational education, teaching and learning are expected to take place in the different learning arenas; schools and workplaces. In such a dual school system, the question of transfer is vital, i.e. how to use knowledge learned in previous situations in new situations. This article is an empirical contribution to research concerning transfer,…

  17. Effects of Human Resources Development Through Vocational Education Curriculum on the Academic Achievements of the Students in Vocational Schools: The Case of Erzincan University

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Qualified and productive labor shortage is one of the main problems in today's business world. This situation shows the importance of vocational and technical education for business life and economy of the countries. Therefore, it is important to note that the vocational education programs should ensure the coherence between students' existing knowledge and expectations of the business world. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effects of new education program (HRD-VET; Human Resources Development through Vocational Education and Training on the academic success of vocational school students. Differently from the literature, this research is important for the reason that it is performed on either the students studying with former educational program or the students studying new İKMEP educational program. The participants of the study are composed of 167 students studying at Computer Programming program in Erzincan University. In this study, we used comparative method of research technique and the average point of the students' grade is analyzed with t-test. The results of the study illustrated that İKMEP education program has positive effect on student academic success for students who are admitted to the vocational school without entrance exam.

  18. THE PROCESS AND PRODUCT OF T AND I HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES, THE PRODUCT.

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    ENINGER, MAX U.

    THE OBJECTIVES WERE--(1) TO DESCRIBE THE OCCUPATIONAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND RELATED EXPERIENCES OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL GRADUATES OF 1953, 1958, AND 1962, AND (2) TO COMPARE THE EXPERIENCES FOR VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMIC GRADUATES OF THE SAME CLASSES AND SCHOOLS. DATA WERE COLLECTED BY QUESTIONNAIRES FROM 5,327 VOCATIONAL GRADUATES AND 1,780 ACADEMIC…

  19. Status of Teaching Pre-Vocational Subjects in the Junior Secondary School Level (Agricultural Science and Home Economics)

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    Ndem, J. U.; Akubue, B. N.

    2016-01-01

    This work assessed the status of teaching pre-vocational subjects in junior secondary school level. The study adopted descriptive survey method. The population of the study was 2,916, while the sample for the study was 215 pre-vocational teachers and agricultural science and home economics students. The study was carried out in Afikpo Education…

  20. Impacts on Schools and Team Members of Participating in a Wisconsin Secondary Vocational Education Evaluation during 1978-80.

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    Klitzke, Elizabeth

    A study assessed impacts on 58 schools and 286 On-Site Visitation team members of participating in a Wisconsin Secondary Vocational Education Evaluation during 1978-80. Quantitative data were collected through 402 questionnaires; 116 were sent to Local Vocational Education Coordinators (LVECs), and 286 to On-Site team members. Qualitative data…

  1. Study On the Current Situation and Strategies of English Selective Courses---In Vocational Schools

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    楼科跃

    2016-01-01

    Secondary Vocational English Syllabus requires that English courses for vocational schools should aim to lay a solid foundation for students'professional life ,to further education and lifelong development,to help students to further learn basic knowledge ,to improve their ability of listening,speaking,reading and writing in English,to form the students'a-bility of using English as a tool in career,to foster the students to form the right sensibility,attitude and standpoint of value,so as to promote the body and mind of students developing generally.

  2. Teachers Opinions about the Problems of the Girls Vocational High Schools

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available The first step about Girls Vocational High School, one of the components of vocational and technical education, was the opening of İsmet Pasa Girls Institute in 1927, the number of which gradually increased. Until 1975, these institutes which continued as girls institute were named after Girls Vocational High Schools with the accordance of the principles of Five Year-Development Plans and 9th National Educational Meeting. 14th İtem of “Law regarding the duties and organization of National Education” made possible this current situation. The purpose of this research, is to put forward teachers opinions about the problems that exist in Vocational High Schools for Girls. In this research qualitative interview technique is used. 102 Teachers who are employed in Vocational High Schools for Girls in Ankara city center are being interviewed and the their opinions are analyzed.As a result of this research, teachers in Vocational High Schools for Girls stated that schools are financially in bad situation, circulating capital (other funding options are limited is deficient, and (governmental subsidies are very low appropriation from the budget is low. They also indicated that “Teacher quality was partially good but currently it is not satisfactory. They mentioned that in-service training activities should be handled with care, and corrective actions must be taken to keep up to date technology.” They stated that “Student quality is decreasing everyday; and to increase the levels of Student Success at Schools could be done by cooperating with companies in related Industries.” They also indicated that “There are some limitations with the educational equipment as well; new equipments and hardware must be provided in order to keep up with the technology. Tools, devices and hardware are not enough and new devices should be bought to keep up with the technology.” Students stated that “They are having some difficulties about continuing

  3. Group Work in Spoken English Teaching in Vocational School%Group Work in Spoken English Teaching in Vocational School

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    金艳

    2011-01-01

    In English class, teachers are inclined to instruct linguistic knowledge, neglecting the training of students' linguistic behavior. Especially under the whole-class teaching mode, the opportunities for students to practice spoken English are rather limited in the class. Based on the theory of Cooperative Learning, group work, which is a kind of teaching method, will effectively solve this problem. My research is to study the influence of this activity on the students' English learning through questionnaire in vocational college and how to make this activity more effective.

  4. Financial Needs and Access to Aid among Chinese Vocational High School Students

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    Yang, Po

    2013-01-01

    This study analyzed 586 students from nine vocational high schools in three provinces in China. It found a substantial gap between the demand for and the supply of government financial aid. Moreover, correct student aid information and aid application was not equally distributed among various student groups. A financial aid application made a…

  5. The Effects of Vocational High School Teachers' Perceived Trust on Organizational Silence

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    Saglam, Aycan Çiçek

    2016-01-01

    The objective of this research is to reveal the effects of vocational school teachers' perceived organizational trust on organizational silence. For this purpose, at first teachers' perception on sub-dimensions of organizational silence and organizational trust, which are respectively "acquiescent silence," "defensive silence,"…

  6. Vocational Personality Assessment of High School Students Who Have Difficulty Reading.

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    Winer, Jane L.; And Others

    John Holland's Self-Directed Search-Form E (SDS-E) is a vocational personality assessment instrument based upon the well-known Self-Directed Search (SDS) but designed for use with poor readers or children. Virtually no data are available in the professional literature pertaining to the SDS-E. High school students (N=44) in five remedial reading…

  7. An Analysis of English Learning Motivation of Minority Students in Higher Vocational School

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    多守明

    2007-01-01

    This paper analyzes the English learning motivation of minority students of non-English major.Minority students are a unique community in the higher vocational school because of their special background and psychology.It is essential for teachers to understand their motivation of learning English so as to save time and teach more efficiently.

  8. A Proposal to Encourage Classroom Technology Use by Vocational Teachers in a South Jersey School District

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    Chiodi, Kimberley

    2012-01-01

    Although extensive efforts have been made to provide staff with the technology tools and professional development to support technology integration into daily classroom learning activities at the Vocational Technical High School, it was unclear whether teachers were making optimal use of these technologies on a regular basis. How best to provide…

  9. Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Scores and Aviation Electrician's Mate Class "A" School Attrition Rate.

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    Miller, Hershel M.

    A study investigated the use of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) subtests and combinations of subtest composites as placement qualifiers for the Aviation Electrician's Mate AEA(A1) school. It examined the relationship of the independent variables Arithmetic Reasoning; Math Knowledge; General Science; and Composite ASVAB score…

  10. The Determinants of Students' Well-Being in Secondary Vocational Schools in Kosovo and Macedonia

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    Gashi, Ardiana; Mojsoska-Blazevski, Nikica

    2016-01-01

    Students' well-being is crucial for learning motivation and effective learning, for their quality of life and their psychological health later in life. In this regard, this article investigates the factors that affect the well-being of students in secondary vocational schools in Kosovo and Macedonia. It empirically examines determinants of…

  11. Comparison of Economic Benefits of University and Vocational High School Education among Different Majors in Turkey

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    Aydede, Yigit; Orbay, Benan Zeki

    2016-01-01

    This paper aims to develop a better understanding about the labour market dynamics behind the unparalleled demand in higher education and dragging growth rates in vocational high school (VHS) education in Turkey. While estimating labour market outcomes of fields of study has been the subject of many studies in the West, such studies are lacking in…

  12. Determining the Numeracy and Algebra Errors of Students in a Two-Year Vocational School

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    Akyüz, Gözde

    2015-01-01

    The goal of this study was to determine the mathematics achievement level in basic numeracy and algebra concepts of students in a two-year program in a technical vocational school of higher education and determine the errors that they make in these topics. The researcher developed a diagnostic mathematics achievement test related to numeracy and…

  13. Problems and Resolutions in the Practice of Project Teaching in Higher Vocational Schools

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    Sheng, Zhichong; Tan, Jianhua

    2011-01-01

    Recently, there has been a hot discussion on project teaching theory among many higher vocational schools; however the practice of project teaching is still in the beginning period. Hence, many problems appear in project lead. This paper aims to analyze the existing problems in the practice of project teaching and also raise some resolutions.

  14. Exploration of Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice in Graduate School Enviroments

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    Frantz, Thomas T.; Walsh, E. Pierce

    1972-01-01

    The purpose of the present study was to refine many of the constructs used in Holland's theory of vocational choice by investigating definitions and relationships that comprise the theory. As well, this study concerned itself with establishing usefulness of applying Holland's theory to students in a graduate school environment. (Author)

  15. Determining the Numeracy and Algebra Errors of Students in a Two-Year Vocational School

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    Akyüz, Gözde

    2015-01-01

    The goal of this study was to determine the mathematics achievement level in basic numeracy and algebra concepts of students in a two-year program in a technical vocational school of higher education and determine the errors that they make in these topics. The researcher developed a diagnostic mathematics achievement test related to numeracy and…

  16. Exploration of Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice in Graduate School Enviroments

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    Frantz, Thomas T.; Walsh, E. Pierce

    1972-01-01

    The purpose of the present study was to refine many of the constructs used in Holland's theory of vocational choice by investigating definitions and relationships that comprise the theory. As well, this study concerned itself with establishing usefulness of applying Holland's theory to students in a graduate school environment. (Author)

  17. Problems Encountered by Religious Vocational Secondary School and Other Secondary School Students in Physical Education and Sports Activities

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    Bar, Mustafa; Yaman, Menzure Sibel; Hergüner, Gülten

    2016-01-01

    The study aimed to determine problems encountered by Religious Vocational Secondary School and other Secondary School students in physical education and sports activities and to compare these problems according to school type and gender. A questionnaire named "Problems encountered in attending to physical education and sports activities"…

  18. Vocational Counseling Revisited

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    O'Brien, Charles R.

    1976-01-01

    The author stresses the importance for counselors to articulate a viable and comprehensive approach to vocational counseling to both clients and the larger society. A re-thinking and re-stating of career education concepts can be a first step in applying vocational theory more constructively. (EA)

  19. Vocational Training in Ireland.

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    Dooney, Roy; Dunne, Paul

    This monograph, one of a series of studies of vocational education in the countries of the European Communities, describes the vocational training system in Ireland. The study was compiled from existing statistics and descriptions, and most figures cited refer to 1984. The report is organized in eight chapters. Chapter 1 covers population,…

  20. The Relative Influence of the Vocational Card Sort, the Self-Directed Search, and the Vocational Exploration and Insight Kit on High School Girls.

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    Takai, Ricky; Holland, John L.

    A new treatment, the Vocational Exploration and Insight Kit (VEIK), was developed to increase the number and variety of vocational options a person considers, to increase the variety of information-seeking activity, and to increase the satisfaction a person has with his or her current vocational aspiration. The VEIK is a 15-step self-administered…

  1. School internment and physical education in vocational schools

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    Gaillard, Joël

    2012-01-01

    School failure is a process where a student slips further and further behind his peers and gradually disconnects from the educational system. The end result of school failure is dropping out before graduation. Dropping out of school is therefore not an isolated phenomenon of learning failure. It is, like social exclusion, related to a multitude of social, health, family and financial factors. Although school failure is only one consideration in a larger “domino effect” of social deprivation, ...

  2. Hispanic Vocational Exploration Project. Final Report.

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    During its second year, the Hispanic Vocational Exploration Project recruited eighth and ninth grade Hispanic youth for a four-week cycle, after-school, career exploratory program at Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical School, Groton, Connecticut. A series of career education workshops was the other major project activity. Supportive…

  3. [School choice and vocational guidance for schoolchildren with chronic diseases and other health problems].

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    Lancić, Franciska; Majski-Cesarec, Slavenka; Musil, Vera

    2010-09-01

    By following a child's growth, development, and health, school medicine specialist can see opportunities for career choice. Special attention is needed for schoolchildren with chronic diseases and developmental difficulties, because of limited occupation choices. Studies report 10 % to 15 % prevalence of chronic diseases among schoolchildren. Parents and children should be informed about child's limitations before career choice. It would be helpful for the students to develop interests for occupations that are not contraindicated for their condition. Physical examination gives an insight into the psycho-physical abilities of an eighth-grade primary school student for further education. During examination, counselling and vocational guidance is provided for all students with chronic diseases and other health problems. All procedures are oriented to personal abilities and preferences. The aim of this study was to analyse the reasons for vocational guidance in the Varazdin County of Croatia. It included eighth-grade students from ten primary schools from 1998/99 to 2007/08. Of 4939 students, 458 (9.3 %) with chronic diseases and health difficulties were referred to vocational guidance. Of these, 41.3 % were referred due to mental and behavioural disorders. These students were assessed and received a recommendation for at least two occupations. Forty-eight students (10.5 %) did not follow the recommendation.In a coordinated effort, school physicians, vocational guidance experts, and school and local authorities should secure enrollment of students with chronic diseases and health difficulties in secondary schools and follow their development and education to provide them the best available career opportunities.

  4. School Enterprises: Combining Vocational Learning with Production. International Project on Technical and Vocational Education (UNEVOC).

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    Singh, Madhu

    Trends in combining learning and production were examined through case studies of school enterprises in 11 countries: China, India, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Germany, Botswana, Kenya, Ghana, Algeria, Cuba, and Costa Rica. The study focused on the following: types and structures of school enterprises; organization of learning; competency…

  5. CRITICAL THINKING DISPOSITION IN STUDENTS OF VOCATIONAL SCHOOL OF HEALTH SERVICES

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    Ayşe GÜROL

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to analyze the critical thinking dispositions of the students attending at the associate degree program of Vocational School of Health Services and to determine the factors affecting their critical thinking dispositions. All the students, attending at the associate degree program at Vocational School of Health Services of a university in 2010-2011 academic year, constituted the population of the study. 413 students, who were accessible and accepted to participate in the study, were included in sample group of the study. Data was collected using questionnaire form and the California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory. It was determined that 66.8% of the students participating in the study were female, 30% were 19-year old and 59.1% were first-year students. The maximum participation was specified from the medical documentation and secretariat (24.5% program. The critical thinking disposition scores of the students included within the scope of the study were 201.22±22.41 and at low level. As a result of the analyses performed, it was determined that there was no statistically significant difference between the critical thinking total mean scores according to the gender, age, program, grade and school achievement status (p>0.05. The educators should try active learning strategies that provide meaningful learning in order to develop the critical thinking skills of the students in the vocational schools of health services.

  6. What Sense Can We Make of the Possibility of Vocational Didactics? An Approach from the Spanish School-Based System Complemented by Non-Formal Vocational Training

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    Fernando Marhuenda-Fluixá

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Our contribution attempts to review the development of the field of didactics in Spain in the past 35 years and its contribution to the development and improvement of vocational education and training. We intend to show that the concern of didactics is an issue of great concern (and dispute in Southern Europe, for which we will use Spain as an example. We will particularly analyse from a didactical approach (taking didactics as a normative applied discipline well established in academia the possibilities that a traditionally school-based discipline has to improve the development of vocational education practice in and out of schools, for young and adult people, in terms of pedagogical innovation.

  7. Improving the professionalism of post-certification teacher through academic supervision in vocational schools

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    Satyawati, Sophia Tri; Widyanto, I. Putu; Suemy

    2017-03-01

    This paper examines the principal's efforts in improving the professionalism of post-certification teachers through academic supervision in vocational school. The certification of educators is expected to improve the professionalism of teachers, there are significant changes between the before and after receiving the certificate of educators. One of the efforts made by the principal on increasing the professionalism of teachers is to carry out academic supervision completely and continuously. This paper examines about how principals at vocational schools carry out the programmed academic supervision, and continuing through mentoring, evaluation and coaching. Academic supervision is performed by individual supervision techniques which includes: classroom or practical visit, classroom or practical observation, individual meetings, inter-class or practical places visit, and self-assessment.

  8. Educational Reform in Management Courses of Agricultural & Forestry Higher Vocational Schools from the Perspective of Microblog

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    Liuhe; JIN

    2014-01-01

    At present there are many socialized microblog platforms.With powerful mobility,real-time information,fragment of information dissemination,and innovation of interaction,the microblog has become a socialized interaction mode in recent years.Since microblog is very popular with students of agricultural and forestry higher vocational schools,with the rising and development of network education,the microblog as a new information platform will be used by more and more teachers in education.From the perspective of microblog,this paper studied educational reform in management courses of agricultural and forestry higher vocational schools,in the hope of providing certain reference and help for current education practice of agricultural and forestry management courses.

  9. Development and application of a brief measure of emotional intelligence for vocational high school teachers.

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    Wu, Shwu Ming

    2004-12-01

    To develop a psychometrically sound, self-report measure of emotional intelligence and examine the scores of vocational high school teachers by sex and age, 375 Taiwanese vocational high school teachers (186 men, 189 women) completed the 25-item Emotional Intelligence Scale of five domains: Self-awareness, Managing Emotions, Self-motivation, Empathy, and Handling Relationships. Analysis indicated that these teachers reported higher scores on Self-awareness and Empathy but slightly lower on Managing Emotions. The women gave higher self-ratings on Self-awareness and Empathy than the men. There were also significant differences across age groups on Self-awareness, Self-motivation, Empathy and the Total score for the Emotional Intelligence Scale.

  10. Factors Concerning Students' Perceptions of Teaching Vocational Agriculture.

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    Miller, W. Wade; And Others

    1984-01-01

    The purpose of the study was to determine the degree to which high school senior vocational agriculture students perceived vocational agriculture teachers' roles and responsibilities as encouraging or discouraging them to pursue a career in agricultural education. (JOW)

  11. A Survey on Current English Learning Condition of Senior Vocational School Students

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    AI Shan-shan

    2015-01-01

    The study aimed to investigate the relationship of students’English proficiency level and participation condition.70 students from National Senior Commercial & Industrial Vocational School participated in this study. The analysis method was one-way ANOVA, that is, one-way analysis of variance. The results showed that strategy and emotion participation influenced students’English proficiency level largely. In the end, the results were discussed and some pedagogical implications and sugges⁃tions for further study were also presented.

  12. Applying a Typology to Vocational Aspirations.

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    Holland, John L.; Gottfredson, Gary D.

    The psychological meaning and predictive value of a person's vocational aspirations were examined by applying Holland's typology to the vocational aspirations of high school juniors (N=1,005), college juniors (N=692), employed adults (N=140), and a second sample of college students studied over a 1 year interval (N=624). The aspirational data were…

  13. Vocational Indecision: More Evidence and Speculation

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    Holland, John L.; Holland, Joan E.

    1977-01-01

    Samples of 1,005 high school juniors and 692 college juniors were assessed with measures of personality, decision-making ability, interests, and vocational attitude. Comparisons of undecided and decided students indicate they are alike on most measures, but substantial and significant differences were found for the Identity and Vocational Attitude…

  14. The Structure of Vocational Interests in Romania

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    Iliescu, Dragos; Ispas, Dan; Ilie, Alexandra; Ion, Andrei

    2013-01-01

    Using data provided by the Self-Directed Search (SDS) on a sample of 1,519 participants comprising 3 subsamples containing high school students, university students, and working adults, the authors examine the structure of vocational interests in Romania. Three competing structural models of vocational interests (Holland's circumplex model and…

  15. Bringing Realism Into the Vocational Typing Course

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    Lloyd, Alan C.

    1978-01-01

    Based on "Typing 2," Gregg's new second-year vocational typing book for high schools, this article discusses ways to use the textbook and what the teacher can do to support the spirit of realism, purpose, and efficiency that the author feels should dominate the vocational typing course. (TA)

  16. Gasoline Engine Mechanics. Florida Vocational Program Guide.

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    University of South Florida, Tampa. Dept. of Adult and Vocational Education.

    This vocational program guide is intended to assist in the organization, operation, and evaluation of a program in gasoline engine mechanics in school districts, area vocational centers, and community colleges. The following topics are covered: job duties of small-engine mechanics; program content (curriculum framework and student performance…

  17. Fashion Marketing. Florida Vocational Program Guide.

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    Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Center for Instructional Development and Services.

    This vocational program guide is intended to assist in the organization, operation, and evaluation of a program in fashion marketing in school districts, area vocational centers, and community colleges. The following topics are covered: program content (job duties of wholesale and retail clothing salespersons and curriculum framework and student…

  18. Anomie and Vocational-Technical Education

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    Anthony, William P.; Miljus, Robert C.

    1973-01-01

    Graduates from a public, postsecondary vocational-technical school are compared with a control group to assess differences in level of anomie. While differences in some cases were minimal, vocational-technical graduates generally revealed more positive attitudes. It is suggested that since their education is more job-centered and they have…

  19. Anomie and Vocational-Technical Education

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    Anthony, William P.; Miljus, Robert C.

    1973-01-01

    Graduates from a public, postsecondary vocational-technical school are compared with a control group to assess differences in level of anomie. While differences in some cases were minimal, vocational-technical graduates generally revealed more positive attitudes. It is suggested that since their education is more job-centered and they have…

  20. Self-esteem and communication skills as predictors of psychological resilience for Turkish vocational school students

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    Özlem TAGAY

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available This study analyzes whether or not communication skills and self-esteem of vocational school students can predict their psychological resilience. The data of the study were collected from a total of 295 vocational school students including 147 female and 148 male in Burdur and Isparta. The study benefited from the Ego Resiliency Scale developed by Block and Kremen (1996 and adapted by Karaırmak (2007, the Communication Skills Evaluation Scale developed by Korkut (1996, and the Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale developed by Morris Rosenberg (1965. The study made use of the standard multiple regression analysis in order to prove the power of the assessment of communication skills and self-esteem to predict psychological levels of resilience of vocational school students. The data were tested on a 0.05 level of significance. This study shows that the assessment of communication skills and self-esteem positively co- relates with the personal strengths of pulling oneself together. The positive self-assessment predicts self- esteem positively and significantly as well. A positive sense of an individual’s about oneself positively co- relates with high self-esteem.

  1. The Analysis of Vocational Aptitude Changing with Age

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    Wada, Masayuki; OGAWA, Kazuo; Akagi, Fumio; Osaki, Hirokazu; Kikuchi, Susumu

    1980-01-01

    The assumption that vocational aptitude changed with age and with the kind of occupation was examined from the tendency of the fitted curve for the score of the aptitude test. 9 vocational aptitudes were measured by the general vocational aptitude test by Japan Labor Ministry. Subjects were 382 male workers (design engineers, turners, welders, can manufacturing workers, and crane operators) of from 20 to 59 years old, and 348 male and female students (junior high school, vocational school, an...

  2. PARENTAL ATTITUDES TOWARDS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ...

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    This paper looked at one aspect of societal attitudes towards vocational education by conducting a survey ... services in Nigeria. Key Words: Parental Attitude, Vocational Education, Counselling, skill .... Some were 4 scale attitude questions ...

  3. Student and Parent Images of Vocational Education Offerings: Declining Enrollment in Vocational Education.

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    Rossetti, Rosemarie

    To investigate factors that influence a student not to enroll in a high school vocational curriculum, a study sought to determine the following: (1) what relationships exist between the high school students' sex, race, socioeconomic status, and curriculum choice and the students' image of vocational education; and (2) what image of vocational…

  4. Vocational High School Teachers' Difficulties in Implementing the Assessment in Curriculum 2013 in Yogyakarta Province of Indonesia

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    Retnawati, Heri; Hadi, Samsul; Nugraha, Ariadie Chandra

    2016-01-01

    The study aims to describe vocational high school teachers' difficulties in implementing the assessment within Curriculum 2013, which has been implemented since July 2013 in several Indonesian schools and which might have been in effect in all schools around 2014. The study was descriptive explorative research by means of qualitative data…

  5. Prediction of Various Degrees of Vocational Secondary School Absenteeism: Importance of the Organization of the Educational System

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    Lannegrand-Willems, Lyda; Cosnefroy, Olivier; Lecigne, Andre

    2012-01-01

    The aim of this research was to study different types of absenteeism in vocational secondary school taking into account the specificity of the school context. Participants were 523 students. First, three school absenteeism groups were established: Students with no absenteeism (nearly 64% of the sample), students with absenteeism (26%), and…

  6. Vocational Training in the Development Process. The Singapore Experience.

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    Pillay, G. F.

    The planning and implementation of vocational training in Singapore (training primarily intended for school-leavers) is highly directed toward serving labor force development objectives. This paper explains the vocational training infrastructure (a national system, the conduct of which is vested in the Vocational and Industrial Training Board),…

  7. INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS LEARNING MODELS FOR SURVEYING AND MAPPING OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS

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    Sunar Rochmadi

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to identify a learning involving the world of work, to formulate the learning model, and to evaluate the learning model. This study used a qualitative approach for design and development research, consisting of the development and validation steps. The study concludes as follows. (1 the learning through partnerships having been conducted in all vocational high schools were industrial practice and vocational practice examination. (2 the constraints of learning through partnerships were mainly the far distance and the industry schedules that did not always match with the school’s. (3 the model development could be done by improving the learning quality by industrial practices in the private companies and with adding the learning model by industry visits, guest teaching, and up-to-date technology training. (4 the implementation of the developed model showed the feasibility and the effectiveness to prepare the students with the competencies required by the world of work. (5 the learning models through partnerships that could be practiced were guest teaching, orientation for industrial practice, industrial practices, students’ industry visits, up-to-date technology training, and vocational practice examination.

  8. A Discussion of the Application of Communicative Language Teaching to English Teaching in Vocational Schools in China

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    2015-01-01

    Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) has become a driving force in English Language Teaching programs in most parts of the world.It is based on the assumption that students can more easily develop language skills if the language is related to their lives and if they are given sufficient opportunity to practice them with their peers.This approach considers communicative competence as its goal of teaching.In this paper,the author tries to explore the application of Communicative Language Teaching to English teaching in vocational schools in China.To begin with,the author gives a brief introduction to Communicative Language Teaching and vocational education in China,followed by the theoretical framework.Then,the application of CLT to English teaching in vocational schools in China is elaborated in detail.Finally,the author gets the conclusion that English teaching in vocational schools must consider training students' communicative competence as its final target and a difficulty is noted by the author in terms of applying CLT to English teaching in vocational schools in China.

  9. A Discussion of the Application of Communicative Language Teaching to English Teaching in Vocational Schools in China

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    樊文霞

    2015-01-01

    Communicative Language Teaching(CLT) has become a driving force in English Language Teaching programs in most parts of the world.It is based on the assumption that students can more easily develop language skills if the language is related to their lives and if they are given sufficient opportunity to practice them with their peers.This approach considers communicative competence as its goal of teaching.In this paper,the author tries to explore the application of Communicative Language Teaching to English teaching in vocational schools in China.To begin with,the author gives a brief introduction to Communicative Language Teaching and vocational education in China,followed by the theoretical framework.Then,the application of CLT to English teaching in vocational schools in China is elaborated in detail.Finally,the author gets the conclusion that English teaching in vocational schools must consider training students’ communicative competence as its final target and a difficulty is noted by the author in terms of applying CLT to English teaching in vocational schools in China.

  10. PSYCHOLOGICAL GUIDING OF STUDENTS’ INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL TRAJECTORIES IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

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    Evald F. Zeer

    2015-01-01

    , the purpose of tutor guiding is maintenance of personal and professional development of trainees with due consideration of their individual psychological features and socially-professional specificity. Scientific novelty. The authors single out and summarize the methodological background necessity of psychological guiding process of the development and implementation of individually-oriented professional education. The semantic value of such guiding implementation developed by the authors performs structural and substantial model of the process. The requirement for the new methodology of vocational training based on network interaction of members of education is highlighted. The new network is considered as a platform technology of multidimensional professional of a specialist. Practical significance. The authors believe that the research findings will promote the approval of foresight technology through designing of individual educational trajectories; also the research implementations can be helpful for the tutors supervising process of professional development of trainees. 

  11. PSYCHOLOGICAL GUIDING OF STUDENTS’ INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL TRAJECTORIES IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

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    Evald F. Zeer

    2015-05-01

    , the purpose of tutor guiding is maintenance of personal and professional development of trainees with due consideration of their individual psychological features and socially-professional specificity. Scientific novelty. The authors single out and summarize the methodological background necessity of psychological guiding process of the development and implementation of individually-oriented professional education. The semantic value of such guiding implementation developed by the authors performs structural and substantial model of the process. The requirement for the new methodology of vocational training based on network interaction of members of education is highlighted. The new network is considered as a platform technology of multidimensional professional of a specialist. Practical significance. The authors believe that the research findings will promote the approval of foresight technology through designing of individual educational trajectories; also the research implementations can be helpful for the tutors supervising process of professional development of trainees. 

  12. Dropout in vocational education

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    Jørgensen, Christian Helms

    For the last ten years drop out of vocational education has increased strongly in Denmark. Only half of the students, who take up a vocational programme on upper secondary level, complete it. Like in other European countries the low completion rates has caused considerable alarm on the political...... level (Lamb and Markussen 2011). Continuing high dropout rates will make it very hard for the government to reach its target for educational completion, and the government has launched a series of measures to increase retention including the obligation for all colleges to make plans for retention...

  13. Association of Sexual Intercourse with Psychological Suppression and Copying Modes for Vocational School Students

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    Li WANG; Xiao-jin WANG; Xiao-wen TU; Chao-hua LOU; Er-sheng GAO

    2009-01-01

    Objective To evaluate the association of sex behavior with sexual related psychological suppression and coping modes among students in three vocational schools in Shanghai.Methods A cross-sectional survey was conducted among 1368 grade one students from three vocational schools in a district of Shanghai,with Computer Assisted Self-Interview(CASI).The field work began in the April,2003 for a baseline survey,and completed in the December,2003.Data on students'sexual intercourse,sexual related psychological suppression and psychological coping modes,and communication with parents were collected and analyzed.Binary logistic regression was used to adjust the potential confounding factors.Results After controlling for demographic factors,adolescents with middle or high scores of active psychological coping strategies on sexual related events were less likely to have sexual intercourse(ORadj=0.48,95% CI=0.30-0.77 and ORadj=0.49,95%CI=0.30-0.83,respectively),while association between psychological suppression on sex related events and sexual intercourse was not statistically significant(ORadj=0.93,95%CI=0.63-1.37);sexual related psychological suppression and active coping modes were positively associated with adolescents'communicating with parents for 2-7 h/week about school things.but negatively associated with parents'open attitudes towards heterosexual contacts and talking sex related things with others.Conclusion Vocational school students with active psychological coping strategies on sexual related events were less likely to engage in sexual intercourse,so interventions focus on reducing unprotected sexual behaviors should target on psychological coping modes skills training.

  14. [Noise in vocational schools. Causes of occurrence and assessment of exposure to schoolchildren].

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    Koszarny, Z; Jankowska, D

    1994-01-01

    Acoustic conditions in the classrooms of vocational schools are comparable with those in high schools. However, much worse acoustic conditions are observed in vocational school workshop. The evaluation of acoustic conditions in 712 school shops showed, that noise exposure of schoolchildren is very various and depends upon type of workshop and tasks performed by schoolchildren. The major source of noise exposure is machinery in mechanic workshops (plastic working--up to 105 dB, machine noise-from 80 to 90 dB), in textile workshops--from 90 to 100 dB and woodworking machines-from 92 to 102 dB. It should be noted that in such acoustic conditions schoolchildren stay for a relatively long time. Average exposure time of schoolchildren in mechanic or textile workshops was about 4.5 hours. At another training subjects i.e. electric, building, welding craft or gastronomy--noise exposure is usually below recommended standards (80 dB). The critical values accepted for hearing protection for occupational exposure (85 dB) were exceeded at 10% investigated training places of schoolchildren. This mostly occurred in mechanic workshops. Taking into account increased sensitivity of young people it would be worthwhile to work out separate criteria in this range for school workshops. Tentatively, problem should be solved by shortening exposure time depending on actual noise level.

  15. The employment of high school pupils and vocational school students: medical and social aspects, health risks, approaches to optimization

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    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to investigate the employment characteristics and its impact on lifestyle and health of adolescents as well as to develop preventive recommendations. The objects of the study are the employment, life quality and health of adolescents working in their spare time. Materials and methods: the surveys were conducted among 575 persons at the age from fourteen till eighteen (senior pupils – 331 people, students of vocational schools – 244 people in Moscow. The life quality was assessed using the standardized questionnaire MOS SF-36. Results. A number of teens working in free time from their study is 37.7 %. The predominance of informal employment was revealed. The structure of employment of senior pupils and vocational school students is represented. In the group of the working adolescents there is a higher prevalence of the behavioral factors of risk (smoking, drinking of alcoholic beverages and addiction to drugs. The effect of the employment of high school pupils on health is shown, health risks due to employment are determined: increase in complaints of headaches and increase in the group of the “frequently ill”. The most evident negative influence of the factor of employment is established in the group of vocational school students: the high risk of back pain, pain in the legs (in healthy individuals, undifferentiated complaints, poor physical form, deterioration of quality of life (in individuals with chronic pathology. In secondary schools and vocational schools there is the need to implement educational programs on health protection of adolescent workers, raise the level of preparedness to enter the labour market, the choice of the work type taking into account health status.

  16. Vocational Education. Report by the Secretary of Education to the Congress, 1981.

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    Office of Vocational and Adult Education (ED), Washington, DC.

    This annual report provides an overview of the status of vocational education during school year 1980-81. It includes final data for school year 1979-80 obtained through the Vocational Education Data System (VEDS), the national vocational education reporting and accounting system. Part 1 of the report describes the status of vocational education…

  17. A Comparative Study of Foreign Language Anxiety and Motivation of Academic- and Vocational-Track High School Students

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    Liu, Hui-ju; Chen, Chien-wei

    2015-01-01

    This study aimed to investigate EFL learner language anxiety and learning motivation of high school students. Subjects included 155 students from the same private senior high school in central Taiwan, 60 in academic track and 95 in vocational track. The majority of the participants started taking English lessons either before entering elementary…

  18. A Comparative Investigation on the Learning Efficacy of Mechatronic Technology between Academic and Vocational High School Students

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    Jou, Min; Hung, Chen-Kang; Lai, Shih-Hung

    2014-01-01

    Universities in Taiwan can be divided into two major categories of comprehensive universities and technological universities. Students studying engineering majors in comprehensive universities are often recruited from academic high schools while those in technological universities tend to be recruited from vocational high schools. The purpose of…

  19. Leadership for Sustaining Pedagogical Innovations in ICT Implementation: A Case Study of a Taiwanese Vocational High School

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    Chen, Yih-Shyuan; Chen, Yu-Horng; Wu, Shun-Jyh; Tang, Fang-Kai

    2013-01-01

    This paper is a case study of a vocational high school in Taiwan. The main purpose of the present study is to investigate the key determinants of a school's success in initiating and sustaining pedagogical innovations in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) implementation, with a specific focus on the effect of leadership approaches in…

  20. 20 CFR 411.167 - What is an educational institution or a technical, trade or vocational school?

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    ... 20 Employees' Benefits 2 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false What is an educational institution or a... Beneficiaries Who Are Using a Ticket Introduction § 411.167 What is an educational institution or a technical, trade or vocational school? (a) Educational institution means a school (including a technical, trade,...

  1. EXPECTATIONS OF SELECTED ASPECTS OF A VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE PROGRAM AS EXPRESSED AT THE LOCAL SCHOOL LEVEL IN NEW YORK STATE.

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    HERNDON, LEO PRICE

    A MAIL SURVEY WAS USED TO DETERMINE (1) WHAT KEY LOCAL PEOPLE FELT SHOULD CONSTITUTE SELECTED ASPECTS OF VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, YOUNG FARMERS, ADULT FARMERS, AND RELATED AGRICULTURAL OCCUPATIONS, AND (2) WHETHER DIFFERENCES IN MEANS OF AGREEMENT WERE AFFECTED BY CLASS GROUPING, ENROLLMENT SIZE OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND…

  2. The Role of Perceived Barriers and Relational Support in the Educational and Vocational Lives of Urban High School Students

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    Kenny, Maureen E.; Blustein, David L.; Chaves, Anna; Grossman, Jennifer M.; Gallagher, Laura A.

    2003-01-01

    Drawing on developmental contextual theory, the authors examined the relationship of perceived barriers and support with school engagement and vocational attitudes among 9th-grade urban high school students in 2 studies. Study 1 (N=174) showed that both perceived barriers and perceived support from family kin were associated with youths'…

  3. A Comparative Investigation on the Learning Efficacy of Mechatronic Technology between Academic and Vocational High School Students

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    Jou, Min; Hung, Chen-Kang; Lai, Shih-Hung

    2014-01-01

    Universities in Taiwan can be divided into two major categories of comprehensive universities and technological universities. Students studying engineering majors in comprehensive universities are often recruited from academic high schools while those in technological universities tend to be recruited from vocational high schools. The purpose of…

  4. Comparison of the Vocational Card Sort, the SDS, and the Vocational Exploration and Insight Kit.

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    Takai, Ricky; Holland, John L.

    1979-01-01

    The Vocational Exploration and Insight Kit (VEIK), a combination of a Vocational Card Sort, the Self-Directed Search, and an action plan, was evaluated. High school girls took each of the tests. The VEIK failed to surpass the influence of its components. (Author/BEF)

  5. Occupational Home Economics. Access Skills. Vocational Readiness Skills. Missouri LINC. Accessing Vocational Education.

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    Missouri Univ., Columbia. Dept. of Practical Arts and Vocational-Technical Education.

    This document contains home economics occupations-related materials to help teachers and parents teach access skills to Missouri junior high and high school special needs students who want to pursue a vocational program in child care, custom sewing, or food service. Access skills are defined as those skills needed to access vocational education…

  6. Relationship between Contraceptive Knowledge, Cognition and Behaviors among Vocational High School Students

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    Xiao-jin WANG; Chao-hua LOU; Xiaowen Tu; Er-sheng GAO

    2006-01-01

    Objective To study the relationship between contraceptive knowledge, cognition and behaviors among vocational high school students.Methods A cross-sectional survey was anonymously self-administrated by way of computer to all the 1st graders among three vocational high schools in a district of Shanghai. Four cognition indicators, including perceived benefits, perceived barriers,perceived risks and self efficacy were applied according to Health Belief Model.Results The percentage of respondents who reported ever sexual practices and contraceptives use at first sex was 7.01% and 56.64% respectively. Condom (58.70%)and oral contraceptive pills (27.78%) were used by the majority. Main reasons for non-use were "shy to buy it" (26.53%) and "partner don't want to use any" (18.37%).Proportion of respondents who ever had sex regarded withdrawal and rhythm as effective were 68.35% and 68.42% respectively. Proportion of respondents having sex knew "Ifa person was infected with STDs, he/she might not have noticeable symptoms" were 22.86%. Proportion of respondents who reported non-use of contraceptives at first sex considered that "Infrequent intercourse could not cause a girl pregnant even she had experienced her menstruation" were 40.63%. Proportion of respondents who had ever used condom got full score of knowledge on "how to correctly use condom" were 23.26%. Perceived risks were poorest among four cognition indicators. High level of contraceptive knowledge was connected with high rate of contraceptives use at first sex, whereas high level contraceptive cognition was connected with high rate of contraceptive use both at first and recent sex.Conclusions It is important to provide youth-friendly services as well as message on contraceptives among vocational school students.

  7. Structure and Content Analysis for Vocational High School Website in Indonesia

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    Subagja, H.; Abdullah, A. G.; Trisno, B.; Nandiyanto, A. B. D.

    2017-03-01

    Statistics about the condition of the school’s website in Indonesia is still difficult. This study aims to determine website quality in terms of completeness of content’s criteria of Vocational High School (VHS) in West Java, Indonesia. The method used is the content analysis and survey. Content analysis is reviewing the documents comprising the general category, while the survey is a observation process to get the facts from 272 school websites. Aspects of the structure and content of school website are including institutional information, educators and education personnel, curriculum, student, infrastructure, school achievement, and public access. The results of this study showed the average quality of the VHS website in West Java is still low. The recommendations are needed to improve the quality of the school website.

  8. IVA: Improving Vocational Administration.

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    EPD Consortium D, Richardson, TX.

    These six instructional units are intended to provide instructors of vocational education administration with a systematic package of materials for their programs of preservice and/or inservice instruction and to provide materials which could be reproduced for learner use. These units cover the following subject matter: (1) federal legislation…

  9. Vocational Education and Training.

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    van Leeuwen, Fred, Ed.

    2000-01-01

    This issue of the quarterly Education International focuses on vocational education and training (VET). The editorial, "Education and the Wealth of Nations" (Fred van Leeuwen), focuses on provision of quality education for all. "Education International's (EI's) First Joint Worldwide Action on Education Issues" (Elie Jouen) describes the Global…

  10. IVA: Improving Vocational Administration.

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    EPD Consortium D, Richardson, TX.

    These six instructional units are intended to provide instructors of vocational education administration with a systematic package of materials for their programs of preservice and/or inservice instruction and to provide materials which could be reproduced for learner use. These units cover the following subject matter: (1) federal legislation…

  11. An Evaluation of Vocational Self-Esteem and Job Satisfaction of Primary School Teachers

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    Nuri BALOĞLU

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available The main basis for having individual and social prosperity is having a high quality of education. To have a high quality of education, it depends on the work of teacher’s who are in the main part of education system. The people who have duties in an educational organization (teachers are using their knowledge, skills and attitudes and through this they actualize the perposes of the education system. Based on that research, for qualified education, the main fundamental is the relationship between teachers self-esteem and job satisfaction. The method of research is a survey method which includes layerd sampling. The study is supported by the primary schools in Kadiköy in Istanbul. The sample of research is supported by 17 primary schools in Kadıköy which are selected through the layerd sampling method. Research data is collected using a vocational self-esteem scale, job satisfaction scale and teacher’sinterview forms. In order to measure countable data frequency (n and the percentages are used. To measure countable data arithmetic mean (x and standard deviation (ss are used. For independent models, the t-test and Pearson product moment coefficient of correlation are used for the analysis. In the research, when a teacher’s vocational self-esteem increases, there is a decrease in the level of job satisfaction both internally and externally.People and instates, firstly lecturers in the faculty of education, works to increase the level of respect for the teacher’s vacation. The results that are found under that research show that if studies aren’t based on how to increase teachers self –esteem with job satisfaction, negative results will occur. For that reason, under theresponsibility of the Ministry of National Education, studies have to be done to increase teacher’s vocational selfesteem through job satisfaction (payment, security, social rights…

  12. Examination of Science and Math Course Achievements of Vocational High School Students in the Scope of Self-Efficacy and Anxiety

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    Yüksel, Mehmet; Geban, Ömer

    2016-01-01

    This study attempted to predict physics, chemistry, and biology and math course achievements of vocational high school students according to the variables of student self-efficacy, academic self-efficacy, state anxiety and trait anxiety. Study data were collected using a questionnaire administered to the students of a vocational high school…

  13. In What Ways is the New Jersey County Vocational School Admissions Criteria a Predictor of Student Success on State Mandated Tests?

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    Rubin, Scott; Ramaswami, Soundaram

    2013-01-01

    Vocational and Technical Education (VTE) at the secondary-school level has undergone transformation, especially in the last 25 to 30 years brought about by the implementation of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1984. Earlier, the VTE education focus was to prepare students for entry-level jobs that did not require a…

  14. Development of the technical leadership skills scale in vocational and technical high school administrators: Reliability and validity studies

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to develop a scale for the determination technical leadership skills of vocational and technical high school administrators. For the study, the sample was comprised of a total of 236 vocational education teachers working at nine out of 22 technical and vocational high schools located in the Şahinbey and Şehitkamil districts of Gaziantep Province. The criteria for sample selection were twofold: (1 The selected schools are the longest established in the districts, and (2 the participant teachers had been working with the same school administrators at these schools for at least one year. Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA were performed by the researcher in order to determine the construct validity of the scale. EFA results indicated that the scale had three sub-dimensions. The sub-dimensions were “Pedagogical and Social Skills”, “Managerial Skills”, and “Professional Skills”. The final form of the scale consisted of 40 items. Internal consistency coefficients of the scores taken from the sub-dimensions varied between .94 and .95. Research results concluded that the Technical Leadership Skills Scale (TLSS is a valid and reliable measurement instrument to determine technical leadership skills of vocational and technical high school administrators.

  15. Analysis on Reform of Practical Teaching Strategies for Financial Management Major in Higher Vocational School

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    Hou Shangfa

    2016-01-01

    Financial management major put emphasis on professional practice, and it set aim on train professional financial management person from higher vocational education; continue to expand the field of practice. And it has become an important part of teaching. This thesis analyze professional practice teaching principle and the necessity of the hand from the construction of financial management into the higher vocational education, pay attention to the problem of the practical teaching of financial management specialty in higher vocational education, and put forward the reform strategy to improve financial management professional students' practical ability.

  16. The computer paradigm in vocational guidance

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    Fogliatto, Hermelinda

    1999-01-01

    The technological advances in last decades have transformed the external resources of Vocational Counseling, Occupational Information and assessment of clients. Most computer systems follow a behaviorist-cognitive approach. However, the use of vocational counseling software is not exclusive to one conceptual approach. Computers are introduced in education from primary school; counselors and other educators are expected to use those systems. The attitude of counselors ranges from enthusiastic ...

  17. Blended learning as a solution to practice-related problems in vocational schools

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    Kjærgaard, Hanne Wacher; Duch, Henriette Skjærbæk; Mark, Lene

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    Four different types of vocational schools have experimented with blended learning as a way of dealing with problems faced in their students’ theoretical and practical training and the interplay between these. A large part of this has involved the need for differentiated teaching...... as will be illustrated through selected cases. The foci of the cases are: •How can students be part of school-based teaching and learning during periods of practical training? •How can authentic practice be brought into school-based practical training? •How may blended learning assist and support students who...... are otherwise challenged in terms of meeting the prescribed competence goals? Methodologically, scenarios have been employed as a tool for defining the practice-related problems teachers meet in their practice and describing ways in which blended learning may present solutions. Subsequently, the solutions have...

  18. Reforming Vocational Education and Training

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    Friche, Nanna; Kondrup, Sissel

    The systems of vocational education and training are facing a number of challenges in many European countries. The share of young people who are neither employed, nor in education or training (NEET) is still higher for graduates from upper secondary VET than from upper secondary general programmes....... Students who enter vocational programmes are less likely to graduate than those who are enrolled in general programmes. Moreover, they are nearly five times less likely to enrol in further education than graduates from general secondary schools with similar proficiency in literacy (OECD 2015). These trends...... means that the challenges are twofold. First, the VET systems are required to offer double qualifications, which give access not only to skilled employment, but also to higher education (Deissinger et.al 2013). Secondly, the VET systems are met by diverse demands to be social inclusive and exclusive...

  19. Enhancing the Learning Achievements and Attitudes of Taiwan Vocational School Students in Accounting with the Dynamic Assessment System

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    Shih, Ju-Ling; Ku, David Tawei; Hung, Su-Huan

    2013-01-01

    We investigate how the computerized dynamic assessment system improves the learning achievements of vocational high school students studying accounting. Our experiment was conducted under the one-group pretest-posttest design of 34 junior students. The questionnaire results were analyzed to determine student-learning attitudes and reactions toward…

  20. Vocational Guidance School System in the Gymnasium of Poland as an Important Condition for Professional Development of a Personality

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    Bordakova, Olena

    2014-01-01

    Choice of profession is a long process that begins in early childhood and usually lasts for the whole life. That's why it is so important to build a solid vocational guidance school system that will help students to make weighted decisions about their professional future. This system should perform the following functions: engage students in…

  1. Self-Efficacy, Perceptions of Barriers, Vocational Identity, and the Career Exploration Behavior of Latino/a High School Students

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    Gushue, George V.; Clarke, Christine P.; Pantzer, Karen M.; Scanlan, Kolone R. L.

    2006-01-01

    This study explored the potential relationship between the social cognitive variables of career decision making self-efficacy and perceptions of barriers and the outcome variables of vocational identity and career exploration behaviors in a sample of 128 urban Latino/a high school students. The results indicated that higher levels of career…

  2. Enhancing the Learning Achievements and Attitudes of Taiwan Vocational School Students in Accounting with the Dynamic Assessment System

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    Shih, Ju-Ling; Ku, David Tawei; Hung, Su-Huan

    2013-01-01

    We investigate how the computerized dynamic assessment system improves the learning achievements of vocational high school students studying accounting. Our experiment was conducted under the one-group pretest-posttest design of 34 junior students. The questionnaire results were analyzed to determine student-learning attitudes and reactions toward…

  3. Vocational Education in Life Science, Recreation and Agriculture; Course Options and Suggested Courses of Study for New Hampshire High Schools.

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    New Hampshire Agricultural Teachers' Association.

    Developed by teacher educators in cooperation with state supervisors of agricultural education, this curriculum guide is for use by teachers, teacher educators, guidance departments, and school administrators. The 4-year curriculum was designed for vocational agriculture students in grades nine through 12 interested in occupations in production…

  4. Polish Post-Secondary Vocational Schools vs. Canadian Community Colleges: A Comparison of Information Accessibility and Accountability

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    Butler, Norman L.; Smith, Catherine; Davidson, Barry S.; Tanner, Tyrone; Kritsonis, William Allan

    2008-01-01

    Recent reforms in Polish education, Canadian interest in cooperative education, and differences in government involvement in Polish vs. Canadian education motivate the current comparative study of Polish post-secondary vocational schools (PVSs) and Canadian community colleges (CCs). While PVSs and CCs may initially appear equivalent (e.g., both…

  5. Impacts on Schools and Team Members of Participating in a Wisconsin Secondary Vocational Education Program Evaluation, 1978-80.

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    Klitzke, Elizabeth

    This study assessed the impacts on 58 schools and 379 on-site visitation team members participating in a Wisconsin Secondary Vocational Education Program Evaluation during three years, 1978-80. To accomplish this, a methodological mix was chosen, so that impacts could be documented quantitatively through questionnaire data, and qualitatively…

  6. Vocational Interest as a Correlate of Re-Entry of Girls into School in Edo State, Nigeria: Implications for Counselling

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    Alika, Ijeoma Henrietta; Egbochuku, Elizabeth Omotunde

    2012-01-01

    The study investigated the relationship between vocational interest socio-economic status and re-entry of girls into school in Edo State. The research design adopted was correlational because it sought to establish the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable. A sample size of 306 girls who re-enrolled in institutes…

  7. Queries, Influencers and Vocational Interests of Junior High School Students

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    Woal, S. Theodore

    1974-01-01

    The study, based on questionnaire results from 207 ninth grade students, investigates: student familiarity with occupations; influencers of their tentative occupational choices; post high school plans; and student queries and concerns pertinent to preparation for entry into a job. (MW)

  8. Promoting Vocational Education. A Public Relations Handbook for Vocational Educators.

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    American Vocational Association, Arlington, VA.

    This handbook for vocational educators was developed as a tool to help them in their public relations efforts. Following a brief introduction, the content is presented in twelve sections. The first discusses the roles of various professionals and groups in vocational education. Section 2 covers planning a total public relations program and…

  9. Behavioral Disorders in Vocational Schools for Special Education. A Pilot-study using the Teacher‘s Report Form and the Youth Self Report

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    Roland Stein; Harald Ebert

    2010-01-01

    Up until now emotional and behavioral disorders in Vocational Schools were only rarely subject of research. Yet it is probable that these disorders might represent a serious field of problems in such schools. Within the scope of a Pilot Study we explored the pupils of a large Special Educational Vocational school in Bavaria, Germany using Teacher’s Report Form (TRF) and Youth Self Report (YSR) of the Achenbach Scales (CBCL). We were interested in the occurrence of emotional and behavioral dis...

  10. Social Exchange in Dutch Schools for Vocational Education and Training

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    Thomsen, Maren; Karsten, Sjoerd; Oort, Frans J.

    2015-01-01

    In this study we examined the role of trust as a mediator in social exchange between teachers and their school, particularly between perceived procedural justice and perceived organizational support, on the one hand, and teachers' affective organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behaviour, on the other hand. A model was developed…

  11. The Study of Blended Learning on a Vocational High School in Taiwan

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    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available With the contributions of computer technology, digital learning has evolved into a stage of mobile learning. However, school classes require teachers to perform face-to-face humanized lectures. Digital learning remains to function as a tool for assisted teaching. Few studies have investigated what proportions digital learning should occupy in teaching activities. In this study, to investigate the optimal proportion of face-to-face instructions and digital learning, we conducted a one-semester teaching experiment on two classes of students in the informatics department in a public vocational high school in Taipei City. In addition, the Kruskal-Wallis one-way analysis of variance was adopted for the statistical analysis to determine the optimal blending proportions. Our results indicate that optimal effects are achieved at a time ratio of 2:1 of traditional face-to-face teaching to digital learning.

  12. Vocational School-enterprise Cooperation Ideological Analysis%高职校企合作意识形态分析

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    明平象; 尹少云

    2015-01-01

    This paper starts from the meaning of vocational school-enterprise cooperation ideological analysis, expounds the connotation of vocational school-enterprise cooperation, schools, businesses industry, government demand for school-enter-prise cooperation, as well as ideological reasons difference exists, and put forward countermeasures to reach school-enter-prise cooperation ideology consistent.%本文从高职校企合作意识形态分析的意义出发,阐述高职校企合作的内涵,学校、企业行业、政府对校企合作的需求,以及在意识形态上存在的差异原因分析,并提出达成校企合作意识形态一致的对策.

  13. Stability of vocational interests among high school students.

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    Mullis, R L; Mullis, A K; Gerwels, D

    1998-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to examine the stability of adolescents' career interests using the Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory (SCII). Students at a Midwestern high school were administered the SCII twice over a three-year period, and comparisons were made on Occupational Themes and Basic Interests. Significant differences in mean scores were found by gender and parental occupation, and these differences were relatively stable. The findings are discussed in relation to previous research and Holland's theory, and the implications are addressed.

  14. [Outbreak of measles at a vocational training school].

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    Arnedo, A; Bellido, J; Vidal, J; Peñarrocha, J; Cortés, A; González, F; Momparler, P; Pac, M R; Calvo, C; Safont, L

    1994-03-01

    A measles outbreak which started in the technical institute Els Ports in Albocacer (Castellón), and involved nearby towns was studied. The outbreak was described using a retrospective cohort study to estimate the efficacy of the antimeasles vaccination (EV) by a questionnaire distributed in the institute. Response rate was 80.7%. A clinical definition of measles was used with EV being calculated by 2 different formulas. Antimeasles vaccination coverage (VC) in primary schools of the towns involved was also assessed. The outbreak occurred from February to April 1992, including 13 cases of measles (mean age: 13.6 +/- 2.7 years). Eleven patients (84.6%) had not been vaccinated. The attack rate the above mentioned institute was 9.1% (8 cases/88 students) with VC of 40.9%. An association was found only between being vaccinated and not having measles, relative risk 0.07 (confidence limits [CL] 95%: 0.01-0.50). EV was 92.9% (CL 95%: 50-99%) using the traditional formula and 96.2% (CL 95%: 88.2-100%) using the new formula. The VC in the schools was 92.3%. Vaccination with the triple viral vaccine was recommended to susceptible individuals. Despite specific vaccination measles continues to produce epidemics. A second dose of the triple viral vaccine is recommended for being included in the vaccination calendar between the age of 6 and 14 years.

  15. ILO's Work in Vocational Training

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    Educational Documentation and Information, 1971

    1971-01-01

    The work of the Vocational Training Branch of the Human Relations Department, International Labour Office (Unesco), is described. The essential purpose is to develop improved practices in vocational training, with a view to progressive establishment of standards at the international level. (JB)

  16. A Spotlight on Vocational Learning

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    Williams, Jenny

    2012-01-01

    Announced by government in "New Challenges, New Chances" in December 2011, the sector-led Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning has been tasked with raising the quality, and improving the outcomes and impact, of adult vocational teaching and learning for learners and employers. It is a commission focused on the future--of…

  17. A Spotlight on Vocational Learning

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    Williams, Jenny

    2012-01-01

    Announced by government in "New Challenges, New Chances" in December 2011, the sector-led Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning has been tasked with raising the quality, and improving the outcomes and impact, of adult vocational teaching and learning for learners and employers. It is a commission focused on the future--of people,…

  18. Vocational Indecision and Rehabilitation Clients.

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    Strohmer, Douglas C.; And Others

    1984-01-01

    Assessed the vocational decision-making problems of rehabilitation clients (N=60). Revealed that decision-making problems of clients can be grouped into three areas: employment readiness, self-appraisal, and decision-making readiness. Suggested that vocationally decided and undecided subjects differ significantly in the extent to which they have…

  19. Vocational High School Effectiveness Standard ISO 9001: 2008 for Achievement Content Standards, Standard Process and Competency Standards Graduates

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    Yeni Ratih Pratiwi

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Efektivitas Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan Berstandar ISO 9001:2008 terhadap Pencapaian Standar Isi, Standar Proses dan Standar Kompetensi Lulusan Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine differences in the effectiveness of the achievement of the content standards, process standards, and competency standards in vocational already standard ISO 9001: 2008 with CMS that has not been standardized ISO 9001: 2008 both in public schools and private schools. Data collection using the questionnaire enclosed Likert scale models. Analysis of data using one-way ANOVA using SPSS. The results showed: (1 there is no difference in effectiveness between public SMK ISO standard ISO standards with private SMK (P = 0.001; (2 there are differences in the effectiveness of public SMK SMK ISO standards with ISO standards have not (P = 0.000; (3 there are differences in the effectiveness of public SMK ISO standards with private vocational yet ISO standards (P = 0.000; (4 there are differences in the effectiveness of the private vocational school with vocational standard ISO standard ISO country has not (P = 0.015; (5 there are differences in the effectiveness of the private vocational bertandar ISO with private vocational yet standardized ISO (P = 0.000; (6 there was no difference in the effectiveness of public SMK has not been standardized by the ISO standard ISO private SMK yet. Key Words: vocational high school standards ISO 9001: 2008, the standard content, process standards, competency standards Abstrak: Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui perbedaan efektivitas pencapaian standar isi, standar proses, dan standar kompetensi lulusan pada SMK yang sudah berstandar ISO 9001:2008 dengan SMK yang belum berstandar ISO 9001:2008 baik pada sekolah negeri maupun sekolah swasta. Pengumpulan data menggunakan kuisioner tertutup model skala likert. Analisis data menggunakan ANOVA one way menggunakan program SPSS. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan: (1 ada perbedaan

  20. 38 CFR 21.70 - Vocational rehabilitation.

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    ... 38 Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief 2 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Vocational rehabilitation...) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 31 Duration of Rehabilitation Programs § 21.70 Vocational rehabilitation. (a) General. The goal of...

  1. Ensuring Quality Assurance in Vocational Education

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    Idialu, Ethel E.

    2013-01-01

    Vocational education emphasises skill acquisition. Quality assurance in vocational education is a concept that is concerned with high performance involving activities with vocational education such as teaching, learning, infrastructures, students' behaviour and the entire academic process. Quality vocational education refers to input and output of…

  2. Effects of a settings-based intervention to promote student wellbeing and reduce smoking in vocational schools

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    Andersen, Susan; Rod, Morten Hulvej; Ersbøll, Annette Kjær

    2016-01-01

    RATIONALE: School dropout and health risk behavior such as cigarette smoking represent major problems among students attending upper secondary vocational education. Modifications to the social environment may promote educational attainment as well as health and wellbeing of young people. However......, there is a need for more evidence-based intervention programs. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of an intervention targeting the socio-environmental setting at vocational schools on student wellbeing and smoking. METHODS: We conducted a non-randomized controlled trial of 5794...... non-smoking environment. Outcomes were student wellbeing (four subscales: school connectedness, student support, teacher relatedness, positive valuing of the profession) and daily smoking measured at 10-week follow-up. RESULTS: We found statistically significant between-group difference in school...

  3. Vocational rehabilitation: a multidisciplinary intervention.

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    Gobelet, C; Luthi, F; Al-Khodairy, A T; Chamberlain, M A

    2007-09-15

    Vocational rehabilitation is by definition a multidisciplinary intervention in a process linked to the facilitation of return to work or to the prevention of loss of the work. Clinical staff in contact with a person who has lost his job (general practitioner, specialized physician) must promote vocational rehabilitation. Medical rehabilitation for those with disabilities, whether new or old, has to be followed without delay by vocational rehabilitation. It is even better if these two intertwined processes are overlapping. They involve many professionals including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, vocational trainers, job counsellors, teachers, case-managers, job placement agencies. Vocational rehabilitation has a financial cost, borne by many state organizations (security, social system, social affairs) as well as by employers and private insurances, which are in case of accident, concerned by this process. However, the evidence suggests that this is recouped 2- to 10-fold as suggested by the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine.

  4. The Attitudes of Social Programs Students in Vocational High Schools Towards the Use of Information Technologies

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Adaptation and internalization of innovations in science and technology, business processes and education system in an easy way depend on the attitudes of individuals. In the study, it is intended to determine whether there is a relationship between the arguments such as the subject, college, department, gender, computer usage, internet access facilities of the students' enrolled in social programs of vocational high school and their attitudes towards information technology, or not. The data were obtained by applying questionnaires to 884 students studying in business administration, logistics, marketing, tourism, accounting, Office management and executive assistance programs at Çukurova, Mersin, Kırıkkale and Abant İzzet Baysal Universities. As a result of the research, statistically significant relationships were determined between the attitudes of the students of social sciences toward information technology and their subject, college, department and gender.

  5. On the causes and strategies of the major tense errors in vocational school students’ English writing

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    王玲玲

    2015-01-01

    English writing has been increasingly important nowadays.Cultivating students’written skills has become one of the most important tasks in vocational school English teaching But,because of the lack of linguistic competence,effective vocabulary,and basic writing skills as well as the negative effects from mother tongue and cultural differences between China and western world,numerous kinds of mistakes occur in English writing.In view of this,the author found the most frequently-made mistake in students’English writing,based on personal teaching practice and research,is the improper employment of English tenses,and the main error converges at the present perfect tense.This thesis mainly analyzes the reasons and the possible solutions from two aspects:mother tongue transfer and tense confusion and ends up with the strategies of improving the writing abilities of the concerned students.

  6. 职校音乐教育的建议及策略%The Suggestions and Strategies of Vocational Schools Music Education

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    史萍

    2014-01-01

    Analyzes the main problems existing in the music education in vocational schools at the present stage,and the countermeasures to improve the status quo of vocational school music teaching.%主要针对现阶段职校音乐教育存在的主要问题进行分析,并对改善职校音乐教学现状的对策进行探讨分析。

  7. Should I Take French, Physics, or Vocational Agriculture?

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    Hamilton, William; Goecker, Allan

    1974-01-01

    Studies at the Purdue School of Agriculture indicated students who had completed high school vocational agriculture were more likely to complete requirements for a baccalaureate degree in agriculture than those not having vocational agriculture. Agriculture college-bound students should emphasize agriculture, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and…

  8. 职业教育集团化办学模式问题研究%Research on Problems of Vocational Education Collectivization School-running Pattern

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    张秀霞

    2013-01-01

    集团化办学是世界职业教育发展的一个重要取向,也是我国目前职业教育发展的必然趋势.本文通过探索中外职业教育集团化发展,对职业教育集团化办学的若干问题进行了研究,并提出了职业教育集团化办学的若干思路.%Collectivization school-running is the one of the most important orientation in the development of world vocational education, is also the inevitable trend of development of current vocational education in our country. Through exploring Chinese and foreign professional education collectivization development, this paper carried out research on collectivization school -running of vocational education, and proposed several ideas of collectivization school-running of vocational education.

  9. Research on effective teaching methods of higher vocational English

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    贺小飞

    2016-01-01

    With the rapid development of our country's education, the progress of English teaching in higher vocational colleges is gradually developed. Effective teaching become an important teaching concept and goal of all school courses. This article, analyzes the present situation of English teaching in higher vocational colleges, and points out that the shortcomings in the process of higher vocational English(HVE) teaching. Finally, attempt to explore some effective strategies to improve the quality of HVE teaching.

  10. 34 CFR 403.114 - How does a State determine the number of economically disadvantaged students attending vocational...

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    ... disadvantaged students attending vocational education programs under the Secondary School Vocational Education... number of economically disadvantaged students attending vocational education programs under the Secondary School Vocational Education Program? (a) For the purposes of § 403.113, a State may determine the...

  11. Polish Post-Secondary Vocational Schools and Canadian Community Colleges: A Comparison Using the School as an Organization and Social Institution as a Conceptual Framework

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    Butler, Norman L.; Davidson, Barry S.; Pachocinski, Ryszard; Griffith, Kimberly Grantham; Kritsonis, Wiilliam Allan

    2007-01-01

    The aim of this study is to compare Polish post-secondary vocational institutions with Canadian community colleges. The research concentrates upon programs in tourism and information technology delivered by the two following Polish schools: "Policealne Studium Zawodowe" (Cracow, Poland), Cracow School of Information Technology; and three Canadian…

  12. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration. Volume XXVI. 1975 Edition of Course of Study Outlines. Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High Schools and Middlesex County Adult Technical Schools.

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    Capizzi, James

    The two courses of study described and outlined here are offered at Burr D. Coe Vocational and Technical High School in East Brunswick, New Jersey, for students wishing to prepare for a career in air conditioning and refrigeration. Section 1 deals with a 4-year high school course, Section 2 with a 1-year course for those who have completed high…

  13. Making the connection: The role of social and academic school experiences in students' emotional engagement with school in post-secondary vocational education

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    Elffers, L.; Oort, F.J.; Karsten, S.

    2012-01-01

    This study examines the emotional engagement with school of a diverse sample of 909 students in post-secondary vocational education in the Netherlands. Using multilevel regression analysis, we assess the role of students' background characteristics and school experiences, and their interaction, in s

  14. Vocational interests assessed at the end of high school predict life outcomes assessed 10 years later over and above IQ and Big Five personality traits.

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    Stoll, Gundula; Rieger, Sven; Lüdtke, Oliver; Nagengast, Benjamin; Trautwein, Ulrich; Roberts, Brent W

    2017-07-01

    Vocational interests are important aspects of personality that reflect individual differences in motives, goals, and personal strivings. It is therefore plausible that these characteristics have an impact on individuals' lives not only in terms of vocational outcomes, but also beyond the vocational domain. Yet the effects of vocational interests on various life outcomes have rarely been investigated. Using Holland's RIASEC taxonomy (Holland, 1997), which groups vocational interests into 6 broad domains, the present study examined whether vocational interests are significant predictors of life outcomes that show incremental validity over and above the Big Five personality traits. For this purpose, a cohort of German high school students (N = 3,023) was tracked over a period of 10 years after graduating from school. Linear and logistic regression analyses were used to examine the predictive validity of RIASEC interests and Big Five personality traits. Nine outcomes from the domains of work, relationships, and health were investigated. The results indicate that vocational interests are important predictors of life outcomes that show incremental validity over the Big Five personality traits. Vocational interests were significant predictors of 7 of the 9 investigated outcomes: full-time employment, gross income, unemployment, being married, having children, never having had a relationship, and perceived health status. For work and relationship outcomes, vocational interests were even stronger predictors than the Big Five personality traits. For health-related outcomes, the results favored the personality traits. Effects were similar across gender for all outcomes-except 2 relationship outcomes. Possible explanations for these effects are discussed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved).

  15. Theory of secondary vocational English project teaching method

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    张梅

    2016-01-01

    Under the impetus of the rapid development of science and technology and economy,Social productivity level and greatly enhance people's quality of life,education level also got further development.Under the influence of the globalization development trend,English gradually become the most widely used foreign language of people daily life. Secondary vocational English is a public basic course of secondary vocational school students, as an important part of secondary vocational students training plan, has received the widespread attention.In this study, secondary vocational English project teaching method is briefly discussed.

  16. On Improving Higher Vocational College Education Quality Assessment

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    Wu, Xiang; Chen, Yan; Zhang, Jie; Wang, Yi

    Teaching quality assessment is a judgment process by using the theory and technology of education evaluation system to test whether the process and result of teaching have got to a certain quality level. Many vocational schools have established teaching quality assessment systems of their own characteristics as the basic means to do self-examination and teaching behavior adjustment. Combined with the characteristics and requirements of the vocational education and by analyzing the problems exist in contemporary vocational school, form the perspective of the content, assessment criteria and feedback system of the teaching quality assessment to optimize the system, to complete the teaching quality information net and offer suggestions for feedback channels, to make the institutionalization, standardization of the vocational schools and indeed to make contribution for the overall improvement of the quality of vocational schools.

  17. Webpage design practice for a senior vocational school%高职院校网页设计实践

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    周景报; 唐建宁

    2011-01-01

    With the development of computer webpage design for the current senior vocational school, we thoroughly study the webpage design technologies in a webpage design practice.%结合当前高职院校计算机网页设计相关专业发展,从网页设计综合实训开始进行了网页设计技术的全面探索。

  18. 浅谈提高中职学生学习兴趣%Students' Learning Interest in Vocational Schools

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    2011-01-01

    Vocational school training highly qualified technical personnel should first improve students' interest in learning,clear learning objectives,and enhance self-confidence.Teachers should improve their quality and change teaching methods.%中职学校培养高素质技术人才要提高学生的学习兴趣,明确学习目的,增强自信心。教师要提高素质,改进教学方法。

  19. Stress Coping Levels and Mental States of Police Vocational School of Higher Education Students

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available SUMMARY AIM: This study was planned and carried out with the objective of determining stress coping levels and mental state of students attending Police Vocational Schools of Higher Education, in addition to factors effecting these. MATERIAL and METHOD: This desciptive and cross-sectional study consisted of 300 male students enrolled in the 2005-2006 academic year, at Police Vocational School of Higher Education, located in central Erzincan, Turkey. In this study, instead of random sampling, 281 (93.7% students who were present at the school at the time of the study and accepted to partipate in it were included. Data for this study was collected using a desciptive form created by the researchers, Rosenbaum’s Learned Resourcefulness Scale (RLRS and The Symptom Check List-90-R (SCL-90-R. During the data analysis, frequency distributions, Mann-Whitney U, Kruskal-Wallis and analysis of variance (one-way ANOVA were used; and for analysis of independent groups, t-test was used. RESULTS: Among the students, it was determined that 54.8% were 1. grade, 90.7% had their parents living together, 43.5% had a father and 60.5% had a mother who graduated from elementary school, fathers of 23.5% of students were retired, 93.6% of them had mothers who were home makers. In addition, it was found out that 78.6% of students chose their profession willingly, the average family income of 71.5% of students were at medium levels, 82.9% always believed in themselves and 63.3% of students did not smoke. Based on the results obtained, it was observed that second grade students, those with mothers who are highly educated and those who trusted themselved all the time had significantly high stress coping levels; students who chose their own profession, believed in themselves and did not smoke had significantly low levels of mental symptom indications. CONCLUSION: In this study, the students were determined to posess averge levels of stress coping skills and they were found

  20. Integrating Vocational Interests, Competencies, and Interpersonal Dispositions in Middle School Children

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    Sodano, Sandro M.

    2011-01-01

    Vocational interests and interpersonal dispositions have been well researched in adults from the perspectives of Holland's RIASEC (1997) model of interests and the Interpersonal Circumplex (IPC), respectively. Few studies have applied either model to children and no studies have examined their overlap in children. A vector fitting procedure was…

  1. Vocational High School Cooperation with PT Astra Honda Motor to Prepare Skilled Labor in Industries

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    Yoto; Widiyanti

    2017-01-01

    SMK Nasional as a secondary vocational education institution contribute in creating skilled labor to meet the needs of the industry. Motorcycle Engineering expertise program at the SMK Nasional in improving the graduate's quality carries out industrial class education with PT Astra Honda Motor (PT AHM); it is intended so that there is a link and…

  2. A Skills beyond School Review of Switzerland. OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training

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    Fazekas, Mihaly; Field, Simon

    2013-01-01

    Higher level vocational education and training (VET) programmes are facing rapid change and intensifying challenges. What type of training is needed to meet the needs of a changing economies? How should the programmes be funded? How should they be linked to academic and university programmes? How can employers and unions be engaged? This report…

  3. Family Interaction Patterns, Career Planning Attitudes, and Vocational Identity of High School Adolescents

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    Hargrove, Byron K.; Inman, Arpana G.; Crane, Randy L.

    2005-01-01

    The purpose of the current study was to examine how perceptions of family interaction patterns as defined along three dimensions of family environment (quality of family relationships, family goal-orientations, and degree of organization and control within the family system) predict vocational identity and career planning attitudes among male and…

  4. A Skills beyond School Review of the Slovak Republic. OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training

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    Fazekas, Mihály; Kurekova, Lucia Mytna

    2016-01-01

    Higher level vocational education and training (VET) programmes are facing rapid change and intensifying challenges. What type of training is needed to meet the needs of changing economies? How should the programmes be funded? How should they be linked to academic and university programmes? How can employers and unions be engaged? The country…

  5. Gender Differences in Holland Vocational Personality Types: Implications for School Counselors

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    Turner, Sherri L.; Conkel, Julia L.; Starkey, Michael; Landgraf, Rachel; Lapan, Richard T.; Siewert, Jason J.; Reich, Allison; Trotter, Michelle J.; Neumaier, Eric R.; Huang, Ju-Ping

    2008-01-01

    The study in this article examined gender and ethnic differences in the development of Holland (1997) personality types among inner-city adolescents. Results showed gender but not ethnic differences in vocational personality types and their predictors, and suggest different pathways to the development of these types for boys and girls. Suggestions…

  6. Integrating Vocational Interests, Competencies, and Interpersonal Dispositions in Middle School Children

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    Sodano, Sandro M.

    2011-01-01

    Vocational interests and interpersonal dispositions have been well researched in adults from the perspectives of Holland's RIASEC (1997) model of interests and the Interpersonal Circumplex (IPC), respectively. Few studies have applied either model to children and no studies have examined their overlap in children. A vector fitting procedure was…

  7. Homonegativity in the Technical and Vocational Track: A Survey of Secondary School Students in Flanders

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    Aerts, Saskia; Dewaele, Alexis; Cox, Nele; Van Houtte, Mieke

    2014-01-01

    Students from the technical and vocational track in Flanders have more homonegative attitudes than other students. We investigate what explains this track difference and if the homonegativity is reflected in more bullying experiences by lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) students in these tracks. The results show that sex-role ideology and religion…

  8. Military Curriculum Materials for Vocational and Technical Education. Builders School, Ceramic Tile Setting 3-9.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. National Center for Research in Vocational Education.

    This course, for individualized or group instruction on ceramic tile setting, was developed from military sources for use in vocational education. The course provides students with skills in mortar preparation, surface preparation, tile layout planning, tile setting, tile cutting, and the grouting of tile joints. Both theory and shop assignments…

  9. Namibia - Vocational Training Grant Fund

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    Millennium Challenge Corporation — The impact evaluation of the Vocational Training Grant Fund (VTGF) subactivity in Namibia uses a random assignment design to determine the effects of VTGF-funded...

  10. As the EBacc Education Beds Down, Pressures Grow for Vocational Alternatives

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    Allen, Martin

    2016-01-01

    Though upper secondary education is increasingly dominated by the EBacc, there are growing calls for vocational alternatives and for schools to be more than "exam factories". This short contribution examines whether vocational education provides an alternative way forward.

  11. Extended Teams in vocational education: Slow starters but worth the wait

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    Mazereeuw, Marco; McKenney, Susan; Wopereis, Iwan

    2015-01-01

    This study was undertaken due to the notorious frustrations of vocational educators and workplace supervisors concerning (mis)alignment between school and work contexts. Extended teams, consisting of vocational teachers and workplace supervisors, were established to share responsibility for the

  12. The Study on Integration of Vocational Education BetweenNiddle and High Vocational School in Management of Agricultural Economy%农业经济管理专业中高职教育衔接研究

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    李国政; 姜桂娟; 李春青

    2014-01-01

    In practice, the integration vocational education between middle and high vocational school has signifi-cance for training the new rural construction and modern agricultural management applied professionals. This article will be analyzed the management of agricultural economy a few problems and puts forward some policy Suggestions in integration vocational education between middle and high vocational school.%实行中、高职专业教育衔接贯通,搭建现代农经专业人才培养中高职直通式立交桥,对于培养新农村建设与现代农业管理应用性专业人才具有重要意义。本文分析了农业经济管理专业中高职教育衔接贯通存在的几个问题,并提出了相应的政策建议。

  13. Operational Model for Career Development and Vocational Preparation. Final Report.

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    Upton, Anne L.; Barrett, Samuel L.

    Three California State Department units (vocational education, pupil personnel services, and career education) and two school districts (Fremont Unified and Huntington Beach Union High) established a consortium to develop demonstration sites for model career development and vocational preparation systems and staff development programs. The…

  14. Industrial Machinery Maintenance and Repair. Florida Vocational Program Guide.

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    University of South Florida, Tampa. Dept. of Adult and Vocational Education.

    This vocational program guide is intended to assist in the organization, operation, and evaluation of a program in industrial machinery maintenance and repair in school districts, area vocational centers, and community colleges. The following topics are covered: job duties of millwrights, maintenance mechanics, and machinery erectors; program…

  15. Predictive Value and Psychological Meaning of Vocational Aspirations

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    Holland, John L.; Gottfredson, Gary D.

    1975-01-01

    The psychological meaning and predictive value of a person's vocational aspirations were examined by applying Holland's typology to the vocational aspirations of high school juniors (N=140), and a second sample of college students studied over a one-year interval (N-624). (Author)

  16. Non-Wage Benefits of Vocational Training: Employability and Mobility.

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    Bowlby, Roger L.; Schriver, William R.

    In order to investigate the effects of vocational training on labor force participation and unemployment, the researchers compared an experimental group of Tennessee Area Vocational-Technical School (AVTS) graduates with an individually matched control group. On the basis of data collected by questionnaire, the report concluded that vocationally…

  17. Vocational Counseling and Training for Medical Degrees

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    Belkis Mercedes Vicente Sánchez

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Deciding on a university degree is undoubtedly a difficult choice. This situation brings about fear of failing and disappointing yourself and others, which is a common feeling among high school students, becoming a source of anxiety and stress. This demonstrates the need for an appropriate vocational and professional guidance. In Cuba, this subject is gaining importance, since a greater number of youngsters have the opportunity to choose from more professions; thus, deciding on one or the other is a problem of great practical and social impact. Vocational guidance and training in the Cuban educational context aims to reaffirm the inclination of youth towards medical studies, where they fully develop their potential, on the basis of consolidating values and feelings, and a high social, moral and unconditional commitment to the practice of the profession. This paper presents various issues that currently affect vocational guidance and the role of each of the major participants in the process itself.

  18. English for special purposes in Serbian vocational high schools from 1996 to 2013

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    Full Text Available The processes of globalization, economic cooperation with foreign countries and job opportunities have increased the need for English for Special Purposes (ESP. However, the ESP curriculum is not in accordance with the demand. The curriculum in use before the school year 2013/2014 was outdated, containing little explanations. Although the new curriculum is slightly improved, it still does not comply with the language demands of various professions. The ESP curriculum analysis has revealed that the topics for ESP syllabus are not developed and detailed enough. The reform of high school education has brought a new profession in our educational system - business administrator, with a new subject - business English. The students study ESP with the elements related to other vocational courses. The goal is to increase students’ self-esteem when communicating in English language. The new curriculum has enabled the use of authentic teaching material related to the profession, so the teaching process is not simply regarded as vocabulary learning. Creating new professions and reforming the existing ones enables the students to participate in the labor market offering them a great number of possibilities.

  19. Diagnostic Scheme for Specifying Vocational Assistance.

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    Holland, John L.; And Others

    The validity of some theoretically-derived vocational diagnostic signs was examined to learn if a person's self-knowledge, occupational knowledge, and decision-making ability were predictable. Diverse samples of high school juniors (N = 1005), college juniors (N = 692), and employed adults (N = 140) were administered the Self-Directed Search (the…

  20. 中职学校基建档案科学化管理%Vocational Schools and Scientific Management of Infrastructure Archives

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    戴冰凌

    2015-01-01

    Vocational schools is an important part of the infrastructure archives vocational schools overall planning and construction management, is an important part of the assessment of the implementation of the school, therefore, strengthen vocational school records management work is very important. Elaborated the qualities and effectiveness of vocational school infrastructure archives, analyzing how to implement vocational school infrastructure archives scientific management, proposed to strengthen the scientific infrastructure archives management recommendations.%中职学校基建档案是中职学校整体规划和建设管理的重要组成部分,是学校实行各项评估的重要内容之一,因此,加强中职学校档案管理工作是十分重要的。详细阐述了中职学校基建档案的特质和效能,分析了如何实现中职学校基建档案的科学化管理,提出了加强基建档案科学化管理的相关建议。

  1. Reflections of Turkish accounting and financial reporting standards on vocational school students: A research on comparing perceptions of intermediate and mid-level accounting professional candidates

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    Seldüz Hakan

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This research aims to compare the perceptions of intermediate and mid-level accounting professional candidates on accounting and financial reporting standards. A significant part of accounting process is carried out by vocational school graduate intermediate and mid-level accounting professionals. However, it can be claimed that adequate education about accounting and financial reporting standards isn’t given in vocational schools although these standards structure the whole accounting process. A survey is conducted over students of the related vocational school in Aksaray University. The results indicate no significant difference on students’ perceptions in terms of their school year, high school type, job or internship experience and intention to perform the profession after graduation. These results can be traced to inadequacy of present curriculums and internship programs which can’t create a difference. Based on the results, the content of internship applications is rearranged and an optional subject named as “Accounting and Reporting Standards” is established.

  2. Vocatives and discourse markers in textualinteractive grammar

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    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we discuss the class of Vocatives and the class of Discourse Markers as proposed within Textualinteractive Grammar, and we try to demonstrate that Vocatives can work as Discourse Markers.

  3. Imperatives of Vocational Education and Sustainable Development ...

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    vocational education play in contributing to sustainable development is the focal point ... and vocational education as a comprehensive term referring to those aspects of the ... technical institutions are highly skilled entrepreneurs. They rely on.

  4. 关于中职学校校园网建设探讨%A Discussion of the Campus Network Construction in Secondary Vocational Schools

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    张继皇

    2015-01-01

    The secondary vocational school undertakes the important responsibility of cultivating students' vocational skills. Based on the actual situation of secondary vocational school, campus network construction plays a very im-portant role in the modernized education the intelligent and digital management of secondary vocational schools. With an excellent campus network, the modern education teaching environment and concept can be built. The school educa-tion informationization management level will be greatly improved if the campus network is fully used for improve-ment of the teaching and research and the management of the secondary vocational schools.%中职学校承担着培养学生职业技能的重要责任,从中职学校的实际情况出发,校园网建设对于中职学校实现教育水平现代化和管理手段的智能化、数字化,起着至关重要的作用。建好校园网才能构建现代化教育教学的环境和理念,充分发挥校园网在教学和学校管理中的作用,提高中职学校的教研和管理水平,将会大大提升学校的信息化教育管理水平。

  5. Prevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium among female students in vocational schools in Japan.

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    Hamasuna, R; Imai, H; Tsukino, H; Jensen, J S; Osada, Y

    2008-08-01

    In Japan it was reported that about 9% of sexually active female teenagers had Chlamydia trachomatis. Most of them were asymptomatic, which may lead to continuing spread of the infection. Like C trachomatis, Mycoplasma genitalium is a pathogen in male non-gonococcal urethritis. However, few studies of the prevalence of M genitalium in the general population have been reported. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of M genitalium infection among younger females and to determine risk factors for this infection. The study was conducted between October 2005 and January 2006 using first voided urine specimens and questionnaires from female students of three vocational schools in the Miyazaki prefecture, Japan. C trachomatis was detected with Amplicor PCR. M genitalium was detected with inhibitor controlled real-time TaqMan PCR detecting the MgPa adhesion gene and with a PCR detecting the 16S rRNA. Risk factors associated with infection of M genitalium or C trachomatis were analysed with Fisher's exact test. Among 298 female, 249 (84%) had had experience of sexual intercourse. The prevalence of M genitalium was 2.8% (95% CI 0.76% to 4.86%) and the prevalence of C trachomatis was 8.8% (95% CI 5.31% to 12.36%). The risk factors of infection with M genitalium were more than five lifetime sexual partners and co-infection with C trachomatis.

  6. Assessment of Knowledge, Behaviour and Sun Protection Practices among Health Services Vocational School Students

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    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available There has been a significant increase in the cases of skin cancer throughout the world in the last few decades. Although the mortality rate of skin cancer is relatively low, its impact on other health aspects is high and the treatment of undesired aesthetic damage is costly. According to disability-adjusted life year rates (DALY, 1.5 million days are estimated to be lost from people’s lives every year worldwide due to ultraviolet (UV radiation. The purpose of this study was to raise sun health awareness levels among health services vocational school students. A total of 414 students were included in the analysis. A questionnaire form was used to evaluate knowledge, attitudes and behaviours among the survey sample. The average level of knowledge concerning the effects of the sun was found to be 8.64 ± 2.5 out of 15 points. All socio-demographic factors were analysed, but the only significant variables found were age and the possible presence of skin cancer within the immediate family (p < 0.05.

  7. The Importance of Computer Based Active Learning for Basic Chemistry in Vocational High Schools

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    Tuğçe GÜNTER

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Chemistry is a very comprehensive discipline that researches atoms; molecules; the structure of matter in the form of element or compound; combinations, and physical and chemical properties of matter; macroscopic and microscopic transformations of matters; the energy and entropy released or absorbed in the course of these transformations; the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, vitamins and minerals in the body. This discipline includes numerous reactions at the macroscopic, microscopic and particulate levels, abstract concepts, three-dimensional structure of molecules, mathematics, and graphics. It is important for students to be trained as scientists to internalize -with meaningful learning - chemistry having much abstract concepts. Especially for students in associate degree programs in Vocational High Schools, taking this integrated course will provide them to be more creative in their future professional work; to cope with and overcome analytical problems; to be self-learners; to fill the gaps concerning chemical analysis originated from secondary education; and to gain critical thinking and self-evaluation skills regarding chemical problems. In the age of developing science and technology, “Computer-Based Active Learning Method” emerged with the introduction of multi-media into education and training. In this context, students will learn difficult and complex mathematical operations and graphics interpretations more meaningfully with computer-based simulations and analogies.

  8. How to organize a maths e-book for vocational training schools

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    Damiano Trombini

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    Full Text Available This paper aims to examine the educational planning in order to realize a maths e-book which might be used by teachers in vocational training schools. Along with the analysis of the advantages and the efficiency that a teacher could obtain adopting this type of multimedia technology, this paper will also analyze how to organize and insert into an e-book resources which allow to implement instructional strategies such as flipped classroom, cooperative learning, peer tutoring and all the aspects relating to the learning evaluation. Come organizzare un e-book per l’insegnamento della matematica nelle classi prime di istituti ad indirizzo professionaleLo scopo di questo saggio è quello di esaminare la progettazione didattica per la realizzazione di un e-book per l’insegnamento della matematica nelle classi prime di istituti secondari di secondo grado ad indirizzo professionale. Unitamente all’analisi dei vantaggi e dell’efficacia che un docente potrebbe ottenere nell’avvalersi di questo tipo di tecnologia multimediale, si analizzeranno le modalità di organizzazione e inserimento nell’e-book di risorse che permettano di implementare strategie didattiche come la flipped classroom, cooperative learning e il peer tutoring, nonché gli aspetti che riguardano la valutazione dell’apprendimento.

  9. 浅谈中职学校的校园暴力%Campus Violence in Secondary Vocational School

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    王丽丽; 许振钢

    2011-01-01

    近年来,我国恶性校园暴力事件呈上升趋势,这对学生,学校、家长以及社会都带来严重的不良影响.本文主要探索中职学校校园暴力产生的原因并提出应对策略.%In the past few years, vicious campus violence in our country is more and more, which brings bad impact to students, schools, household and the society.This paper explores the cause of campus violence in secondary vocational school and its countermeasures.

  10. Vocational Education and Equality of Opportunity.

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    Horowitz, Benjamin; Feinberg, Walter

    1990-01-01

    Examines the concepts of equality of opportunity and equality of educational opportunity and their relationship to vocational education. Traces the history of vocational education. Delineates the distinction between training and education as enumerated in Aristotelian philosophy. Discusses the role vocational education can play in the educative…

  11. Connecting Mathematics Teaching with Vocational Learning

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    Dalby, Diane; Noyes, Andrew

    2015-01-01

    For many vocational students in England, mathematics is now a compulsory part of their programme, yet the inclusion of an academic subject within a vocational course presents challenges. In this paper, an analysis of a series of case studies of vocational student groups in Further Education colleges in England shows how contrasting practices in…

  12. Vocation as the Quest for Authentic Existence.

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    Homan, Kenneth B.

    1986-01-01

    Examines the concept of vocation and demonstrates that vocation is the organizing, existential principle of the concept of work. Presents a critical examination of Green's (1968) delineation of job and work and asserts that vocation as the quest for authentic existence is the unifying concept that gives grounding to Green's notion of work. (NB)

  13. 基于TQM理论的高职人才质量管理研究%Quality Management Research of Talents in Higher Vocational Schools Based on TQM Theory

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    刘晓梅; 杨理连

    2015-01-01

    Quality management for talents training in higher vocational schools is the keyword to improve the quality of vocational education. With the system management principles, process principles and the humanism for overall quality management as a starting point, the qualitative analysis is made about the realization of overall quality management in higher vocational schools. The guiding principles for overall talent quality in higher vocational schools are proposed. By analyzing the connotations of overall talent quality in higher vocational schools, the overall talent quality management is constructed.%高职教育人才质量管理是提高高职教育质量的核心问题。本文以全面质量管理的体系管理原理、过程原理及人本原理等为切入点,对高职院校全面质量管理进行现实性分析,提出全面质量管理下的高职人才质量管理指导思想,旨在通过高职人才质量管理的内涵分析,构建高职人才质量管理体系。

  14. Delaware GK-12: Improvement of Science Education in Vocational Technical High Schools Through Collaborative Learning and Coteaching

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    Madsen, J.; Skalak, K.; Watson, G.; Scantlebury, K.; Allen, D.; Quillen, A.

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    With funding from the National Science Foundation, the University of Delaware (UD) in partnership with the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District (NCCoVoTech) in Delaware has initiated a GK-12 Program. In each of year this program, nine full time UD graduate students in the sciences, who have completed all or most of their coursework, will be selected to serve as fellows. Participation in the GK-12 program benefits the graduate fellows in many ways. In addition to gaining general insight into current issues of science education, the fellows enhance their experience as scientific researchers by directly improving their ability to effectively communicate complex quantitative and technical knowledge to an audience with multiple and diverse learning needs. In the first year of this project, fellows have been paired with high school science teachers from NCCoVoTech. These pairs, along with the principal investigators (PIs) of this program have formed a learning community that is taking this opportunity to examine and to reflect on current issues in science education while specifically addressing critical needs in teaching science in vocational technical high schools. By participating in summer workshops and follow-up meetings facilitated by the PIs, the fellows have been introduced to a number of innovative teaching strategies including problem-based learning (PBL). Fellow/teacher pairs have begun to develop and teach PBL activities that are in agreement with State of Delaware science standards and that support student learning through inquiry. Fellows also have the opportunity to engage in coteaching with their teacher partner. In this "teaching at the elbow of another", fellows will gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the complexities and nuances of teaching science in vocational technical high schools. While not taught as a stand-alone course in NCCoVoTech high schools, earth science topics are integrated into the science curriculum at

  15. Strategies for Translating Vocative Texts

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    Full Text Available The paper deals with the linguistic and cultural elements of vocative texts and the techniques used in translating them by giving some examples of texts that are typically vocative (i.e. advertisements and instructions for use. Semantic and communicative strategies are popular in translation studies and each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages in translating vocative texts. The advantage of semantic translation is that it takes more account of the aesthetic value of the SL text, while communicative translation attempts to render the exact contextual meaning of the original text in such a way that both content and language are readily acceptable and comprehensible to the readership. Focus is laid on the strategies used in translating vocative texts, strategies that highlight and introduce a cultural context to the target audience, in order to achieve their overall purpose, that is to sell or persuade the reader to behave in a certain way. Thus, in order to do that, a number of advertisements from the field of cosmetics industry and electronic gadgets were selected for analysis. The aim is to gather insights into vocative text translation and to create new perspectives on this field of research, now considered a process of innovation and diversion, especially in areas as important as economy and marketing.

  16. Dual model of vocational education: Austrian example

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    Full Text Available Dual education, as a form of secondary vocational education means that education and practical training are held on two locations - in school and in a company (organization, factory and that these two institutions jointly participate in the realization of vocational education. The paper presents an account of the functioning of dual education in Austria. In that framework special attention was paid to law regulations in this field, the modes of dual education, progression through the system and the perspectives of the young in the labour market. Among the key features of dual education which are, at the same time, considered the factors of its successfulness, the following stand out: active role of social partners in the conceptualization and realization of vocational education; intensive practical training of high quality; systemic interrelatedness of vocational schools and firms where practical training is provided, the compliance of the offer of educational profiles and the needs of labour market; the system of stimulation for the firms that provide professional training for students, clear legislation and the system of professional qualifications. Yet, the challenges of dual educations are not neglected in the paper.

  17. Reflections on Developing Secondary Vocational Education in High-Poverty Areas

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    Liu, Jiang; Chen, Guofeng

    2013-01-01

    Developing vocational education is a necessity for the economic and social development of high-poverty areas in China. But vocational education in impoverished areas lacks social recognition and faces funding shortages, along with difficulties in recruiting students. Vocational high schools themselves also have shortcomings. This article considers…

  18. The Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Organizational Commitment: The Case for Vocational Teachers in Jordan

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    Khasawneh, Samer; Omari, Aieman; Abu-Tineh, Abdullah M.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to determine the relationship between transformational leadership of vocational school principals on vocational teachers-organizational commitment. A random sample of 340 vocational teachers responded to a three-part instrument (the transformational leadership questionnaire, the organizational commitment…

  19. The Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Organizational Commitment: The Case for Vocational Teachers in Jordan

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    Khasawneh, Samer; Omari, Aieman; Abu-Tineh, Abdullah M.

    2012-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to determine the relationship between transformational leadership of vocational school principals on vocational teachers-organizational commitment. A random sample of 340 vocational teachers responded to a three-part instrument (the transformational leadership questionnaire, the organizational commitment…

  20. Welding. COM-LINK. Competency Based Vocational Curricula with Basic Skills and Academic Linkages.

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    Browning, Terry

    This competency-based module uses the Ocean County (New Jersey) Vocational-Technical Schools curriculum-infused model for infusing basic skills instruction into vocational education. The model demonstrates the relationship of vocational skills to communication, mathematics, and science. The document begins with a philosophy statement; preface; a…

  1. Reflections on Developing Secondary Vocational Education in High-Poverty Areas

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    Liu, Jiang; Chen, Guofeng

    2013-01-01

    Developing vocational education is a necessity for the economic and social development of high-poverty areas in China. But vocational education in impoverished areas lacks social recognition and faces funding shortages, along with difficulties in recruiting students. Vocational high schools themselves also have shortcomings. This article considers…

  2. Effective and Ethical Recruitment of Vocational Education Students. Overview. ERIC Digest No. 61.

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    Naylor, Michele

    Vocational education has suffered enrollment problems simply because there are fewer students today than a few years ago. Other factors that have hurt vocational enrollments include recent efforts to increase the number of academic credits required for graduation, and in the case of area vocational-technical schools, negative attitudes toward…

  3. Teacher Preparation for Vocational Education and Training in Germany: A Potential Model for Canada?

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    Barabasch, Antje; Watt-Malcolm, Bonnie

    2013-01-01

    Germany's vocational education and training (VET) and corresponding teacher-education programmes are known worldwide for their integrated framework. Government legislation unifies companies, unions and vocational schools, and specifies the education and training required for students as well as vocational teachers. Changing from the Diplom…

  4. Fashion Merchandising. COM-LINK. Competency Based Vocational Curricula with Basic Skills and Academic Linkages.

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    Williams, Edwina

    This competency-based module uses the Ocean County (New Jersey) Vocational-Technical Schools curriculum-infused model for infusing basic skills instruction into vocational education. The model demonstrates the relationship of vocational skills to communication, mathematics, and science. The document begins with a philosophy statement; preface; a…

  5. 中等职业学校学生流失状况浅析%Discuss the situation of secondary vocational school students dropping out of the school

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    李倩

    2013-01-01

      目前,我国职业学校流失问题严重,文章从学生自身、学校建设等方面分析了学生流失的原因,以及用马斯洛的需求层次理论提出如何降低流失率的几点建议。%Today, more and more secondary vocational school students drop out of the school. The research points the reason why the secondary vocational school students dropping out of the school, and finds how to solve the problem with Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory.

  6. Historical Change of the Vocational Education School-running System%职业教育办学体制的历史变迁

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    肖化移; 胡莹莹

    2011-01-01

    职业教育自产生以来,其办学体制大致经历了四个历史时期:二战以前的学徒制职业教育时期;二战后至二十世纪六十年代的学校本位职业教育时期;二十世纪七十年代至八十年代的校企合作职业教育时期;二十世纪八十年代至今的多元化职业教育时期。每个历史时期的办学体制都有其各自的特点。%The vocational education has been roughly experienced four historical period since it appeared: the period of apprentice-system in the vocational education before world war ii,the school-based period of the vocational education after world war ii till the 1960,school-enterprise cooperation period of the vocational education between the 1970 s to the 1980 s,and the diversified period of the professional education since the 1980 s to the present day.Each historical period of the vocational education school-running system has its own characteristics.

  7. Nebraska Vocational Agribusiness Curriculum for City Schools. Career Opportunities in Agribusiness. Basic Skill in Agribusiness. A Curriculum Guide. 10th Grade.

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    Designed for use with high school sophomores, this agribusiness curriculum for city schools contains thirty-one units of instruction in the areas of career opportunities in agribusiness and vocational agribusiness skills. Among the units included are (1) Career Selection, (2) Parliamentary Procedure and Public Speaking, (3) Career Opportunities in…

  8. Vocations: The Link between Post-Compulsory Education and the Labour Market. What the Research Says For... Tertiary Education Providers & School Educators

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    Wheelahan, Leesa; Buchanan, John; Yu, Serena

    2015-01-01

    This summary brings together the relevant key findings for tertiary education providers and school educators from the research program "Vocations: The Link between Post-Compulsory Education and the Labour Market." The program was comprised of three different strands: (1) pathways from VET in Schools, (2) pathways within and between…

  9. Physical Education Reform in Vocational Schools%职业学校体育教学的改革探讨

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    周玉峰

    2013-01-01

    职业学校开展体育教学的重要性不言而喻。通过体育教学,向职业学校学生传授体育知识、技术和技能,使其掌握科学的锻炼方法、手段,充分调动他们参加体育锻炼的积极性和自觉性,提高增强体质、增进健康的实效性,逐步养成自觉锻炼身体的习惯。这既是职业学校体育的基本内涵,也是职业学校学生身心全面发展的个体需要。从目前来看,职业学校体育教学还存在一定问题,亟需改革才能充分发挥其应有的作用。%The importance of physical education in vocational school is self-evident. Physical education offers the students sports knowledge, technology and skills so as to master scientific training methods, and arouses their enthusiasm and awareness to participate in physical activities. It’s also helpful for the students to improve and enhance physical fitness effectively and develop healthy exercise habits, which is both a basic sports connotation of vocational school, but also the individual demand for fully development. However, in recent there are some problems in the physical education in vocational schools, which is required to solve before physical education gives its full play.

  10. The reform of the continuation schools in Munich and the establishment of the dual system in vocational education

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    Full Text Available The reform of vocational education in Serbia is focused on the introduction of the so called dual system. The current form of this system originates from the reforms of the continuation schools in Germany near the end of the nineteenth century. The paper presents the reform of these schools led by Georg Kerschensteiner, one of the founders of the dual system. The first part of the article is devoted to a wider economic and social context in Germany at the end of the nineteenth century and the problem of the working - class young people, which led to the educational reform. The central part of the paper considers the reform of the continuation schools in Munich from the theoretical aspect and the aspect of the realization. The main goal of education in continuation schools, according to Kerschensteiner's pedagogic concept is the development of moral character of students, future citizens. The goal was to be achieved through three tasks in the domain of education: individual, social and civic education. The realization of the reform was analyzed from the perspective of the organization of teaching, and the roles of the participants: students, teachers, employers and municipalities. The end of the paper gives an account of the effects of the reform and public discussions initiated on that occasion. The conclusion stresses the importance of studying the Munich's reform and Kerschensteiner's pedagogic concept especially in those countries where the reform of vocational education is planned.

  11. Evaluation of transition in Dutch senior secondary vocational education

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    Lazonder, A.W.; Jong, F.P.C.M. de

    1999-01-01

    Survey responses from 55 Dutch agricultural vocational schools show that administrators believe that transition, the ability of students to change between training modes or qualification levels easily, has enhanced the flexibility of the qualification system developed under recent national reforms.

  12. 浅析高职数学模块化教学%A Brief Analysis of Mathematics Modularity Teaching in Higher Vocational Schools

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    王祝园

    2011-01-01

    The mathematic teaching in higher vocational schools faces the following questions:fewer hours,the arduous tasks,the poor quality of students,so its teaching must be reformed.So the paper carries out an initial study on modularity teaching of mathematics in higher vocational schools.%高职数学教学面临着课时少、任务重、学生素质差的现状和问题,教学改革势在必行。为此,本文对高职数学采用模块化教学进行了初步探讨。

  13. RECOVERY AND ENERGY SAVINGS OF ALUMINUM CAN BEVERAGE CONSUMED IN GENERAL AND VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOLS

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    Mert ZORAĞA

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available In commitments of Kyoto protocol principles, 100% recyclable features aluminum is one of most current metal. In this protocol, Turkey is not contractor to develop policies to prevent climate change to apply, to take measures to increase energy efficiency and savings, to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Aluminum production from used aluminum requires 95% less energy than production from raw material and recycled aluminum put in the production reduces flue gases pollutant emissions at rate of 99%. Between 2004-2005 and 2009-2010 academic year education is estimated that every one of 5 and 10 students were consumed average 1 aluminum can beverage each day to take into account habits of general and vocational high school students. In case of recovery of 50% this cans will save approximately 4.7 and 13.1 million kWh electrical energy, in the case of 75% recovery will save between 7.2 and 19.9 million kWh electrical energy, in the case of 100% will save the 9.4 and 25 million kWh electrical energy than the same amount of aluminum in the primary method (from ore in our country. In the same conditions is estimated that realization of an efficient recycling project will provide between 5.2 and 20 million kWh of electrical energy savings in the 2010 -2011 academic year education. In this study, anymore it turned into a habit of recovery of packaging waste application in most countries as the name “Blue Angels Project” to place in our country has been trying to bring clarity to issues.

  14. A Note on Accounting Education in Vocational Schools and Its Quality

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Accounting is a way to shows the right ways that relates to the past in a healthy, complete and giving the right information and at the same time is a true thing to plan for the future and give effective decision. In other words while giving the information related to accounting it is also to get the reel decisions, to take the risk and confirm the opportunities which will show the ways in the future. To fulfill all these functions successfully those who assimilate “accounting business” are the ones who get a good education on accounting. It is true that the quality of education is related to many factors. To increase the quality in education, these factors should be confirmed, the reel economy demand should be considered and educational, students and the surrounding should be developed by technical learning. The development of a model in the accounting education during the four semesters that the students will get; moreover, the instructors should have the required information, skills and responsibilities on this issue. The educational model which has been established on computer environment by a program should be followed by a business or working on issues will lead. The education model / teaching and learning the model, the assessment of the exercise being open all the time and the performances of the teachers and the students should be estimated by the authorities. Additionally, the model being open on “company based on practice” and to make it compatible in the market it should include “work simulation”. Finally, the students who will study accounting, business administration ect. in the departments at vocational school and the ones who accept it as a job should have a “career consultant” system to be settled and it should be operated actively. By this way the students will be able to reach to success by being guided and to keep the motivation alive in their future goals

  15. 高职校英语分层次教学的运用%Higher Vocational School English Teaching Application

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    沈佶

    2012-01-01

      分层次教学指的是在高职学生在学习英语的过程中,出现了学生英语知识基础不牢靠,学生之间存在着智力和非智力原因的差异,老师针对此等差异而采取的有目的性的分层次英语教学,最终获得不同层面的教学收益的一种教学手段。该文基于对高职校英语分层次教学的重要性概念的理解,继而在高职校中对分层次教学英语的运用展开分析,最后总结出高职校英语分层次教学中需要注意的问题。希望通过该文的论述中对高职校英语分层次教学的探讨,能够对培育现代社会所需要的多样性技术专业人才能有所启迪。%  Teaching in the vocational college students in the process of English learning, appeared the student English knowl⁃edge base is not firm, students between the intellectual and non intellectual reasons for the differences, such differences and teacher to take the purpose of leveled English teaching at different levels of teaching, finally obtain the proceeds teaching means. This article is based on the higher vocational school English teaching and the importance of understanding of the con⁃cept, and then in the vocational school in multi-level teaching English to launch the analysis, finally summarizes the high voca⁃tional English teaching at different levels need to pay attention to the problems. I hope this paper on Higher Vocational School English teaching discussion, to cultivate modern society needs diversity technology professional to edify.

  16. [Vocational Health Schools (ETSUS) in Brazil: regulation of the integration of teaching-service-administrative sustainability of ETSUS].

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    Borges, Fabiano Tonaco; Garbin, Cléa Adas Saliba; Siqueira, Carlos Eduardo; Garbin, Artênio José Ísper; Rocha, Najara Barbosa da; Lolli, Luíz Fernando; Moimaz, Suzely Adas Saliba

    2012-04-01

    The scope of this study was to discuss the administrative sustainability of Brazil's Vocational Health Schools (ETSUS) based on the principle of teaching and service integration, which brings a new dimension to healthcare work as yet unregulated by Brazilian public administration. It was a qualitative study using case study methodology. The research involved a semi-structured questionnaire given to ETSUS managers addressing institutional, administrative, and work management aspects. The sample was composed of 6 ETSUS that belong to the Network of Vocational Health Schools (RET-SUS). The ETSUS showed centralized planning and management, and decentralized implementation of their core activities. The majority did not have administrative autonomy and relied heavily on funding from the federal government. According to ETSUS managers, the lack of regulation of teaching activities by civil servants weakens the management of ETSUS. The ETSUS have managerial problems related to teaching-service integration, which has to be regulated in order to guarantee the sustainability of these schools and avoid conflicts with Brazilian legislation.

  17. A STUDY ON THE EMPOWERING TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE TO INCREASE TEACHERS’ EFFECTIVENESS IN VOCATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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    Istanto Wahyu Djatmiko

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available This study is to remind teachers that professional development and quality assurance are required to perform a good working in improving either learning process or school quality. Nowadays, teaching has been officially recognized as a profession. Consequently, teachers must be enforced professionally in their charges. To be professional in carrying their tasks, teachers must continuously improve competency themselves and perform quality assurance in their duties. This study is a literature review related to the importance of professional development and quality assurance in order to increase teachers’ effectiveness in providing learning services in Secondary Vocational Schools. Professional development is the need required by any teachers. Teachers’ professional development in Vocational Secondary School is expected to create changes in attitudes, improve the learning process and promote the students’ learning output and outcomes. In addition, teachers are not only responsible for improving the quality of learning outputs but also for working collaboratively with other teachers to elevate the quality of learning outcomes. It suggests the quality assurance as the key to achieve and to ensure the quality of teaching learning process and also the school’s effectiveness demanded by the stakeholders.

  18. Vocational perspectives and neuromuscular disorders

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    Andries, F; Wevers, CWJ; Wintzen, AR; Busch, HFM; Howeler, CJ; deJager, AEJ; Padberg, GW; deVisser, M; Wokke, JHJ

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    The present study analyses the actual occupational situation, vocational handicaps and past labour career of a group of about 1000 Dutch patients suffering from a neuromuscular disorder (NMD). On the basis of the likelihood of a substantial employment history and sufficient numbers of patients, four

  19. Vocationally Oriented Language Learning Revisited

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    Vogt, Karin; Kantelinen, Ritva

    2013-01-01

    Vocationally oriented language learning (VOLL) is often seen as a part of English for Specific Purposes/Language for Specific Purposes (ESP/LSP), which it is not in every case. The diverging characteristics and lines of development that these two branches of ELT have undergone are outlined and contrasted. Then, a discussion of the added value of a…

  20. Medical Advice for Sick-reported Students (MASS) in intermediate vocational education schools: design of a controlled before-and-after study.

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    Van der Vlis, Madelon K; Lugtenberg, Marjolein; Vanneste, Yvonne T M; Berends, Wenda; Mulder, Wico; Bannink, Rienke; Van Grieken, Amy; Raat, Hein; de Kroon, Marlou L A

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    School absenteeism, including medical absenteeism, is associated with early school dropout and may result in physical, mental, social and work-related problems in later life. Especially at intermediate vocational education schools, high rates of medical absenteeism are found. In 2012 the Dutch intervention 'Medical Advice for Sick-reported Students' (MASS), previously developed for pre-vocational secondary education, was adjusted for intermediate vocational education schools. The aim of the study outlined in this paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of the MASS intervention at intermediate vocational education schools in terms of reducing students' medical absenteeism and early dropping out of school. Additionally, the extent to which biopsychosocial and other factors moderate the effectiveness of the intervention will be assessed. A controlled before-and-after study will be conducted within Intermediate Vocational Education schools. Schools are allocated to be an intervention or control school based on whether the schools have implemented the MASS intervention (intervention schools) or not (control schools). Intervention schools apply the MASS intervention consisting of active support for students with medical absenteeism provided by the school including a consultation with the Youth Health Care (YHC) professional if needed. Control schools provide care as usual. Data will be collected by questionnaires among students in both groups meeting the criteria for extensive medical absenteeism (i.e. 'reported sick four times in 12 school weeks or for more than six consecutive school days' at baseline and at 6 months follow-up). Additionally, in the intervention group a questionnaire is completed after each consultation with a YHC professional, by both the student and the YHC professional. Primary outcome measures are duration and cumulative incidence of absenteeism and academic performances. Secondary outcome measures are biopsychosocial outcomes of the students. It

  1. Trade and Technical. Volume II. Access Skills. Vocational Readiness Skills. Missouri LINC. Assessing Vocational Education.

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    Missouri Univ., Columbia. Dept. of Practical Arts and Vocational-Technical Education.

    This document contains trade and industrial occupations-related materials to help teachers and parents teach access skills to Missouri junior high and high school special needs students who want to pursue a vocational program in auto body repair, auto mechanics, building maintenance and custodial work, diesel mechanics, machinist, small engine…

  2. Re-Contextualizing Vocational Didactics in Norwegian Vocational Education and Training

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    Nore, Haege

    2015-01-01

    This article explores teachers and trainers didactical practices in different contexts in Norwegian VET: schools and workplaces. With the introduction of e-resources and e-portfolios in VET, learners as well as teachers and trainers experience a more hybrid learning-arena, which claims for a re-contextualization of vocational didactics as well as…

  3. Assessing Vocational Development in Prospective School Librarians. A Review of: Jones, S. (2010. The occupational choice of school librarians. Library Trends, 59(1-2, 166-187.

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    Gayle Bogel

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To explore the motivations for choosing school librarianship as a career.Design – Narrative research, qualitative interviews.Setting – The School Media program specialization in a Master of Library Science program at a large research university.Subjects – Five graduate school students seeking initial certification as school library media specialists.Methods – The researcher employed narrative research, based on career construction theory and the Life Story Interview, (McAdams, 1995. This methodology is a set of loosely-structured, open-ended questions designed to encourage detailed, in-depth responses from the participant teller, combined with a more structured Career Style Interview (Savickas, 2005 designed to elicit self-defining stories.Data was collected through qualitative interviews, using personal narrative interviews that focused on the entire life of each person from birth to present (Life Story Interviews and additional questions in an interview format (Career Style Interview.Data was collected and analyzed in two stages. The analysis first examined participants as individuals then tried to identify commonalities among the stories. Each life story was examined to determine a career style on the basis of vocational personality, career adaptability and life theme. The interview data was then analyzed for thematic connections and occupational choice. Main Results – The final analysis identified the following themes as relevant to the study, and to the career choices of graduate students planning to be school librarians: parental expectations; career changers; librarian mentors; prior library work experiences; reading; library experiences; altruism-service; desire to work with children; financial stability and security; flexibility of work schedule; emotional distance; and vocational personality.In general, the participants appear to value safe, traditional career choices that allow them to put family first and

  4. Application of Psychological Health Education of Vocational School Teaching Classroom%心理健康教育在职专课堂教学中的应用

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    尤金美; 柴真真

    2014-01-01

    中学生处于心理不稳定的青春期,心理健康教育已经成为职专教学的重中之重,本文全方位、深层次地分析了职专学生的心理特点、心理健康教育在职专教学中的重要性及其应对策略。为心理健康教育在职专教学中的广泛应用提供了重要的理论意义及实践意义。%Middle school students are in adolescence mental instability,mental health education has become the priority among priorities of vocational school teaching, this paper all-round, in-depth analysis of the psychological health education, psychological characteristics of vocational school students the importance of vocational school teaching and its countermeasures. Provides important theory meaning and practice meaning to the wide application of psychological health education in the teaching of vocational school.

  5. Vocational teachers and the notion of ’good teaching’

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    Duch, Henriette; Jensen, Lars Bang

    2016-01-01

    lines of education. Vocational teachers thus hail from a diverse range of vocational- and educational backgrounds and experience. The pedagogical course envisioned as a universal pedagogical training thus has an intrinsic problematic when facing the differentiated background and vocational training...

  6. Problems in Employment Trend of Higher Vocational Graduates and Countermeasures

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    Tan, Jianhua; Sheng, Zhichong

    2011-01-01

    Based on analyzing the regional character of higher vocational graduates employment, this paper analyzes the reasons for this employment trend, advances relevant countermeasures for employment of higher vocational graduates, and explores the direction for higher vocational graduates employment.

  7. The Influence of Personality and Chronotype on Distance Learning Willingness and Anxiety among Vocational High School Students in Turkey

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    Christoph Randler

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available There are many studies related to distance learning. Willingness and anxiety are important variables for distance learning. Recent research has shown that anxiety and willingness towards distance learning are moderated by personality. This study sought to investigate whether distance learning willingness and distance learning anxiety are associated with age, gender, occupation, chronotype and personality in a Turkish vocational high school students sample. Two measures of individual differences were implemented: chronotype (morningness/eveningness preference and BIG-5 dimensions (agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, and openness. Seven hundred and sixty-nine vocational high school students from Turkey filled out a self-administered questionnaire. Evening types, older, and female students had higher distance learning willingness scores than morning types, younger, and male students. No significant difference was found between chronotype groups with respect to distance learning anxiety. Furthermore, extraverted students reported a lower distance learning anxiety. Openness to experience was associated with high distance learning willingness. We conclude that evening types may benefit from distance learning more than other types.

  8. Android worksheet application based on discovery learning on students' achievement for vocational high school: Mechanical behavior of materials topics

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    Nanto, Dwi; Aini, Anisa Nurul; Mulhayatiah, Diah

    2017-05-01

    This research reports a study of student worksheet based on discovery learning on Mechanical Behavior of Materials topics under Android application (Android worksheet application) for vocational high school. The samples are Architecture class X students of SMKN 4 (a public vocational high school) in Tangerang Selatan City, province of Banten, Indonesia. We made 3 groups based on Intellectual Quotient (IQ). They are average IQ group, middle IQ group and high IQ group. The method of research is used as a quasi-experimental design with nonequivalent control group design. The technique of sampling is purposive sampling. Instruments used in this research are test instruments and non-test instruments. The test instruments are IQ test and test of student's achievement. For the test of student's achievement (pretest and posttest) we provide 25 multiple choice problems. The non-test instruments are questionnaire responses by the students and the teacher. Without IQ categorized, the result showed that there is an effect of Android worksheet application on student's achievement based on cognitive aspects of Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. However, from the IQ groups point of view, only the middle IQ group and the high IQ group showed a significant effect from the Android worksheet application on student's achievement meanwhile for the average IQ group there was no effect.

  9. 中职数学教学改革的困惑与思考%Puzzlement and Thinking of Math Teaching Reform in Vocational Schools

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    刘锐

    2016-01-01

    中等职业学校数学课程教学改革一直面临诸多困惑,而深化数学教学改革又是中职教育的现实需要。本文在分析中职数学教学改革中存在困惑的基础上,对中职数学教学改革提出几点思考,以期能有所帮助。%Teaching secondary vocational school mathematics curriculum has been faced a lot of confusions. How to deepen the reform of mathematics teaching is the practical need of vocational education. On the basis of analysis of the present confusing Math Teaching Reform of vocational mathematics teaching,the paper intends to put forward some ideas to solve the problems.

  10. Level of Differentiation of Vocational Interests Profiles: Comparative Study by Age and Schooling in a Brazilian Sample

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    Full Text Available Vocational interests can be defined as standards of preference, aversion or indifference to professional activities, but little is known about the factors involved in their development. From this perspective, this study attempted to clarify which variable, age or schooling, better fit comparisons of profile differentiation index. To this end, we analyzed the Escala de Aconselhamento Profissional (Professional Counseling Scale responses of 6,824 Brazilian students between 14 and 50 years old with various levels of education. Differentiation of the interest profile was observed by subtraction between dimensions with lower and higher scores. Normality of the distributions was verified and then Analysis of Variance and Tukey’s post hoc test were conducted in relation to groups of age and schooling. The results suggest that schooling is a more appropriate variable to compare the differentiation of interests. The implications and limitations of this study are discussed, and suggestions for future studies are given.

  11. Relationship between Web-Based Learning Time outside the Classroom and Academic Achievement in German as a Tertiary Language by the Students on Vocational High Schools

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    Hanbay, Orhan

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this empirical research is to investigate the relationship between web-based learning time and academic achievement in German. 36 learners of L3 German with L1 Turkish and L2 English from Vocational High School of Kahta at Adiyaman University were the participants of this study. The empirical process of the study continued 6 weeks…

  12. The Relationship of Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy, Vocational Identity, and Career Exploration Behavior in African American High School Students

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    Gushue, George V.; Scanlan, Kolone R. L.; Pantzer, Karen M.; Clarke, Christine P.

    2006-01-01

    This study explores the relationship between the social cognitive construct of career decision-making self-efficacy and the outcome variables of vocational identity and career exploration behaviors in a sample of 72 urban African American high school students. The results indicate that higher levels of career decision-making self-efficacy are…

  13. High Rates of Pregnancy among Vocational School Students: Results of Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interview Survey in Chiang Rai, Thailand.

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    Manopaiboon, Chomnad; Kilmarx, Peter H.; van Griensven, Frits; Chaikummao, Supaporn; Jeeyapant, Supaporn; Limpakarnjanarat, Khanchi; Uthaiworavit, Wat

    2003-01-01

    Examined prevalence of and factors associated with pregnancy and abortion among vocation school students in northern Thailand. Age, current contraceptive use, early initiation of sexual intercourse, alcohol and drug use, and sexual coercion were associated with self or partner pregnancy. High rates of pregnancy and abortion indicate the need for…

  14. Report of Factors Influencing the Election of Nontraditional Vocational Programs by High School Males. Part I--Related Literature and Procedures.

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    A project was conducted to identify some of the factors that influence male high school students to elect nontraditional vocational programs: home economics-related occupations, health occupations, cosmetology, and business and office practices. It was proposed that this information could be used in the career guidance, recruitment, and retention…

  15. Concepts of 'General Education' and 'Vocational Education' Curricula for Post-Compulsory Schooling in Western Industrialised Countries: When Shall the Twain Meet?

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    Lauglo, Jon

    1983-01-01

    Examines general education and vocational education as the main foci of post-compulsory education in the light of curriculum planning. Perspectives (academic, pragmatic, and polytechnical) on general education are shown to be rooted in more elaborately formulated theories than are perspectives (employment-based and school-based) on vocational…

  16. The Causality Study of External Environment Analysis (EEA), Internal Environment Analysis (IEA), Strategy Implementation on Study Program Performance at Vocational High School (VHS) in Nias Archipelago, Indonesia

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    Waruwu, Binahati; Sitompul, Harun; Manullang, Belferik

    2016-01-01

    The purposes of this study are to find out the significant effect of: (1) EEA on strategy implementation, (2) IEA on strategy implementation, (3) EEA on study program performance, (4) IEA on study program performance, and (5) strategy implementation on study program performance of Vocational High School (VHS) in Nias Archipelago. The population of…

  17. Is Blended e-Learning as Measured by an Achievement Test and Self-Assessment Better than Traditional Classroom Learning for Vocational High School Students?

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    Chang, Chi-Cheng; Shu, Kuen-Ming; Liang, Chaoyun; Tseng, Ju-Shih; Hsu, Yu-Sheng

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of blended e-learning on electrical machinery performance (achievement test and self-assessment). Participants were two classes of 11th graders majoring in electrical engineering and taking the electrical machinery class at a vocational high school in Taiwan. The participants were randomly…

  18. What Makes a Course Vocational? School-Based Work-Related Programmes in Canada in Dialogue with a Community of Practice

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    Higham, Jeremy; Farnsworth, Valerie

    2012-01-01

    The paper discusses five work-related secondary school courses in Canada, providing an empirical account through which a new way of conceptualising vocational education is developed. Using a case study approach, we identify the mutually reinforcing dimensions of education--from policy to the course experience--that supported the enactment of an…

  19. 职教集团化办学助推高技能型人才培养质量%Vocational Group High Schools Boost Skilled Personnel Training Quality

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    孙桂芳

    2014-01-01

    加快发展现代职业教育,就是要主动适应中国经济升级版的需要。职业院校是技能型人才主要只要培养基地。这样的人才类型决定了必须以校企合作的方式共同参与培养。随着我国经济社会的不断发展,企业对技能型人才需求愈来愈多,对技能型人才的质量要求也越来越高,组建职教集团化办学是解决技能型人才匮乏和质量的有效途径,发挥职业院校和企业优势互补的办学模式,更好促进职业院校和企业人才供需的对接。%Accelerate the development of modern vocational education, is the need to take the initiative to adapt to an up-graded version of the Chinese economy. Vocational schools are mainly skilled personnel as long as the training base. Such personnel must determine the type of joint participation by way of school-enterprise cooperation culture. With the continuous development of China's economy and society, business demand for skilled personnel more and more skilled personnel for in-creasingly high quality requirements, the formation of the Group of vocational schools is an effective way to solve the short-age of skilled personnel and quality, vocational schools and enterprises play complementary school system, promote better vocational schools and enterprises docking talent supply and demand.

  20. The Stages of Vocational/Academic Integration for Vocational Educators. Tip Sheet #5.

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    Kisner, Mary J.

    This brief suggests that vocational educators may be unclear as to whether they have accomplished integration of vocational and academic education because of the multistage nature of the process. The three stages suggest a continuum of professional growth, as vocational and academic educators first become aware of limitations of the status quo,…

  1. Knowledge Attitude and Behavior of Medical Technology Vocational Training School Students About Genetically Modified Organisms

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: To determine The Medical Technology Vocational Training School (MTVTS students’ the knowledge about the effects of GMO on human health and environment and to evaluate their attitude and behavior has been aimed. METHODS: All of the second class students of the year 2006-2007 of MTVTS were included (N=161 in the study, response rate was 92%. The survey questionare included questions on knowledge, the risk perception and attitute about GMOs. The legal framework in Turkey about GMOs, the rationale for GMO production, the labeling for GMO and the students’ perception of their knowledge was evaluated through 14 items with Likert scale. After the questionaire, the students received an informative brochure on GMOs. RESULTS: The open-ended question asking to define GMOs was answered by 59,2% of the students among which 35,6% defined as “additive”, 34,5% as “food with hormones”. The risk perceived for GMOs was the forth following cigarette smoking, stres, and environmental pollution in the ranking according to the risk score means. Sex has been the only determinant effecting this scoring for GMOs where girls perceived the risk greater. If family was one of the information sources about GMOs, the perceived risk was increased (p=0,000. Among the students 81,6% thought that GMO should not be grown in Turkey, 77,7% think that GMO was sold however. The leading topic of ambivalence is the state of self knowledge on GMO. The low income group are less concerned about consuming GMO for themselves or for their children (respectively p==0.003 ve p=0,012. CONCLUSION: Health workers are assigned with an important role to inform the public for healthy eating. However although the the risk perception of the study group for GMOs is high, their knowledge is low. Training activities to supply this deficiency should be implemented. [TAF Prev Med Bull 2008; 7(6.000: 503-508

  2. Identity Change during Vocational Teacher Education

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    New vocational teachers cross a boundary when they move from one occupation to a job as teacher. A vocational teacher already has an education when he becomes a teacher. He also has several years of work experience. In Denmark, the educational background is related to the type of vocational schoo...... educations, reduce dropout rates and increase the supply of labor. The theoretical framework is identity theories....

  3. Vocational teachers' identity formation through boundary crossing

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    Vocational teachers’ prior occupational experiences are construed as those that will guarantee high-quality teaching in vocational education, although individuals are no longer required to have formal teaching qualifications to be employed as teachers in Sweden. This lack of strict requirements raises the issue of the preparedness of vocational teachers to teach their subject matter. Drawing on a socio-cultural understanding of identity, and based on twenty semi-structured interviews with voc...

  4. VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY A DIMENSION OF VOCATIONAL LEARNING WITH WORKPLACE REQUIREMENT

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    Mimi Mohaffyza Mohamad; Yee Mei Heong; Tee Tze Kiong; Muhammad Rashid Rajuddin

    2012-01-01

    Rapid changes are taking place in industry, the labor market, work to work organization. The changes of taking places in industry have an important implication for Vocational Education and Training (VET). These widespread changes have significant implications for the learning requirement of workers and for the pedagogical methods to facilitate that learning. This paper focuses in the learning of instructor, learners in the perspective of their readiness with teaching and learning challenge in...

  5. VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY A DIMENSION OF VOCATIONAL LEARNING WITH WORKPLACE REQUIREMENT

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    Mimi Mohaffyza Mohamad; Yee Mei Heong; Tee Tze Kiong; Muhammad Rashid Rajuddin

    2012-01-01

    Rapid changes are taking place in industry, the labor market, work to work organization. The changes of taking places in industry have an important implication for Vocational Education and Training (VET). These widespread changes have significant implications for the learning requirement of workers and for the pedagogical methods to facilitate that learning. This paper focuses in the learning of instructor, learners in the perspective of their readiness with teaching and learning challenge in...

  6. VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY A DIMENSION OF VOCATIONAL LEARNING WITH WORKPLACE REQUIREMENT

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    Mimi Mohaffyza Mohamad

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    Full Text Available Rapid changes are taking place in industry, the labor market, work to work organization. The changes of taking places in industry have an important implication for Vocational Education and Training (VET. These widespread changes have significant implications for the learning requirement of workers and for the pedagogical methods to facilitate that learning. This paper focuses in the learning of instructor, learners in the perspective of their readiness with teaching and learning challenge in VET. Some theoretical consideration in behavioral and cognitive psychology will be discussed derived from the concept of learning content vocational institutions; pedagogical strategies such as demonstration, practice and feedback implemented by the instructors for learning occur. The learners’ preferences based on their characteristics to cater their ability to learn in VET. Learners’ learning styles were investigated to identify their preferences in learning and match with the curriculum and practices in teaching VET. The shift in pedagogical orientation will focus in potential of individual, engage learners in development of their own vocational knowledge and skills. VET instructors and trainers must be able to recognize and adapt their teaching and learning practice in order to response to these needs.

  7. Nursing: Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses

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    ... Projected Employment, 2024 Change, 2014-24 Employment by Industry Percent Numeric SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Projections program Licensed practical and licensed vocational ...

  8. Vocational High School Students’ Sense of Self-Efficacy and Test Anxiety Regarding Biology Learning

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    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Self-regulation perspective on motivation provides an important model to study on motivation in biologyeducation. Motivational part of the Pintrich’s model as one of the most studied models has self-efficacy andtest-anxiety factors as two dominant factors reflecting positive and negative sides of the model in terms ofnumber of relationship with other factors in the model. In the study, two hundred thirteen vocational highschool students were included and survey technique was used for examining the factors across grade level inthe study. Two subscales of MSLQ were applied to collect data. The data was analyzed by using MANOVAand Pearson-product moment correlation via SPSS 13. The results showed self-efficacy and test anxietyscores differed significantly between ninth and tenth graders. Again, they were correlated negatively at thesame levels.

  9. Students’ Experiences of Ability-based Streaming in Vocational Education

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    Tanggaard, Lene; Nielsen, Klaus; Helms Jørgensen, Christian

    2015-01-01

    Since 2007, it has been mandatory for all vocational schools in Denmark to assess the prior qualifications of all students when they begin at the school and to use this assessment to divide students into different ability-based courses (streaming) with the aim of increasing the retention of stude......Since 2007, it has been mandatory for all vocational schools in Denmark to assess the prior qualifications of all students when they begin at the school and to use this assessment to divide students into different ability-based courses (streaming) with the aim of increasing the retention...... of students. The purpose of this paper is to explore students’ experiences of being placed on a low-ability course by using case studies of two classes from separate vocational schools in Denmark with different practices regarding the streaming of students....

  10. Modern Industrialist Zhang Jian Advocated Women’s Vocational Education

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    IN 1914, China’s modern industrialist Zhang Jian used his own money to set up The Nantong Women’s Training School in Jiangsu Province. This school specialized in teaching embroidery, one of the more than 20 specialities taught in the vocational schools he set up. By looking at the way the school was established, and its curriculum, we can get a glimpse of Zhang Jian’s concept for vocational education. He thougbt it was important to train women to be knowledgeable and skillful workers.

  11. Analysis of Factors in Technological and Vocational School Teachers' Perceived Organizational Innovative Climate And Continuous Use of E-Teaching: Using Computer Self-Efficacy as an Intervening Variable

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    Chun-Mei CHOU; His-Chi HSIAO; Chien-Hua SHEN; Su-Chang CHEN

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      This study aims to analyze the correlation (N=335) among technological and vocational school teachers' perceived organizational innovative climate, computer self-efficacy, and continuous use of e-teaching in Taiwan...

  12. 如何提高中职学校点钞课的教学效果%How to improve teaching effectiveness in vocational schools counting lesson

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    覃姣梅

    2014-01-01

    随着中等职业教育教学改革的进一步深入,毕业生专业技能越来越被重视。手工点钞是财经类专业学生必须掌握的一门专业技术课,也是从事财会、金融、商品流通等工作必须具备的基本职业技能。但现在很多财经类学校毕业的学生,手工点钞水平较低,远远达不到作为财会人员最基本的要求。中职学校会计专业教师面临着一个全新的挑战。文章针对目前中职学校的发展现状,对中职会计课程教学提出新的教学要求,着重于“重基础、重实务和重技能”三个方面的培训。%With the further deepening the reform of secondary vocational education, graduates of professional skills more and more attention. Hand Counting is in finance and economics students must master professional and technical courses, but also engaged in accounting, finance;commodity circulation, etc. must have basic vocational skills. But now a lot of finance and economics school graduates, lower level Counting hand, far less than the minimum requirements as accountants. Vocational school teachers in the accounting profession face a new challenge. Aiming at the current status of the development of vocational schools, the teaching of vocational accounting propose new teaching requirements, focusing on the training of"heavy foundation, heavy and heavy practical skills"in three areas.

  13. Impact of school and vocational education on smoking behaviour: results from a large-scale study on adolescents and young adults in Germany.

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    Setter, C; Peter, R; Siegrist, J; Hort, W

    1998-01-01

    While level of school education has been related to prevalence of cigarette smoking in a number of studies, less information is available on the role of vocational education and related occupational contexts. This study analyses the relative contribution of different types of educational experience to explaining prevalence and intensity of cigarette smoking in a large sample of female and male vocational trainees in Germany. A standardized questionnaire on smoking behaviour and educational performance was applied in 27 educational centers across the country, covering a total of 20,527 respondents (77.3% of the original sample; women: 59.5%, men: 40.5%). Bivariate analysis revealed a high prevalence of current smokers among vocational trainees, both men (51.2%) and women (49.4%). Men were more likely to be heavy smokers, especially with increasing age. In both sexes, prevalence of smoking was particularly high in the following occupational groups: hairdressers, butchers, painters, service personnel (hotels, restaurants), shop assistants/sellers and cooks. Multivariate analysis taking educational level, type of vocational training (occupation), age, sex and urban-rural background into account revealed the highest prevalence odds ratios (POR) of smoking in subjects with the lowest educational level (POR = 5.19 for men and 4.56 for women). Even stronger effects were observed with smoking intensity (> or = 20 cigarettes/day): in men with the lowest educational level the risk of being a heavy smoker was 8.92, and in women 13.54 compared to subjects with a high-school leaving qualification. Poor school education must be considered the relatively strongest predictor of prevalence and intensity of cigarette smoking in a large sample of female and male vocational trainees. Preventive efforts should be directed at specific target groups such as those identified by this study.

  14. 打造中职学校计算机专业品牌的探讨%Discussion on the brand of computer specialty in Vocational School

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    林烨林

    2015-01-01

    近年来初中毕业生人数的减少、中职教育成果的每况愈下使得中职教育正面临着生源锐减和毕业生就业稳固率低的问题。打造中职计算机专业品牌,使中职学校的计算机专业学生毕业后在社会上具有就业竞争力至关重要。本文针对中职学校计算机专业教育的现状及存在的问题,阐述了当前计算机教学的新需求,并对中职院校计算机教学模式改革进行了探索分析。%In recent years,the number of junior high school graduates,the secondary vocational education results of the decline in the secondary vocational education is facing the sharp decline in enrollment and graduates of the problem of low employment rate.To build the brand of vocational computer professional,so that the computer professional students in the society after graduation with the employment competitiveness is essential. The in view of the present situation of and the problems existing in the secondary vocational school of computer professional education,expounds the new demand of the current computer teaching and of secondary vocational school computer teaching reform were exploratory analysis.

  15. On the causes and strategies of the major tense errors in vocational school students'English writing

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    王玲玲

    2015-01-01

    English writing has been increasingly important nowadays.Cultivating students' written skills has become one of the most important tasks in vocational school English teaching. But,because of the lack of linguistic competence,effective vocabulary,and basic writing skills as well as the negative effects from mother tongue and cultural differences between China and western world,numerous kinds of mistakes occur in English writing.In view of this,the author found the most frequently-made mistake in students' English writing,based on personal teaching practice and research,is the improper employment of English tenses,and the main error converges at the present perfect tense. This thesis mainly analyzes the reasons and the possible solutions from two aspects:mother tongue transfer andtense confusion and ends up with the strategies of improving the writing abilities of the concerned students.

  16. Subject Learning Websites Study in the Web Production Courses of Vocational Schools%专题学习网站在职业学校《网页制作》课程中的利用研究

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    朱顺

    2011-01-01

    专题学习网站可以扩充职业学校专业课的授课模式,在职业学校《网页制作》课程中充分利用专题学习网站。%Subject learning websites can expand vocational schools specialized course teaching mode.In vocational schools in the course of making a Web page using special topic Leaming Web site.

  17. Putting a Vocational Focus Back into Rehabilitation

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    Murphy, Gregory C.

    2009-01-01

    Traditionally, rehabilitation has been closely associated with vocational potential and return to work post-injury, or the maintenance of work attendance following the onset of chronic disease. Indeed, so close was the association that the terms "rehabilitation" and "vocational rehabilitation" were virtually synonymous. Over…

  18. Data Available for Studying Vocational Education.

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    Orr, David B.

    The Vocational Education Data System (VEDS) data base was created as a result of the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976. VEDS statistics were to be collected in the form of state-aggregate data (that is, state-level data is submitted by each state, based upon records and data collected by the state for this and other purposes); and VEDS data,…

  19. Vocational Teaching Cube System of Engineering Graphics

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    YangDaofu; LiuShenli

    2003-01-01

    Based on long-time research on vocational teaching cube theory in graphics education and analyzing on the intellectual structure in the process of reading engineering drawing, the graphics intellectual three-dimensional model, which is made up of 100 cubes, is founded and tested in higher vocational graphics education. This system serves as a good guidance to the graphics teaching.

  20. Vocational Preparation Teacher Manual. Missouri LINC.

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    Wallace, Steve; And Others

    This document defines the role and responsibilities of Missouri's vocational preparation teachers as they work with disadvantaged and handicapped students in vocational education programs and offers advice on how they can fulfill their role and responsibilities. Following the introduction is the questionnaire used in a survey of vocational…

  1. Leadership Skills among Technical and Vocational Educators

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    Zakaria, Nurazyan Zahidah; Jizat, Nor Atikah Md.; Zakaria, Normah

    2015-01-01

    The purpose of leadership skills among technical and vocational educator are to prepare them towards effective organization. Effective leadership is widely accepted as being a key constituent in achieving organization improvement and to examine. This study aimed to gauge the leadership skills among technical and vocational educators effectiveness…

  2. IVA. Improving Vocational Administration. Final Report.

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    EPD Consortium D, Richardson, TX.

    The Texas Improving Vocational Administration (IVA) project was conceived to improve preservice and inservice programs for vocational education administrators. Primary objectives were to (1) develop a method, including a survey, to determine existing inservice and preservice administrative training program competencies; (2) determine, using the…

  3. Vocational Teachers' Identity Formation through Boundary Crossing

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    Fejes, Andreas; Köpsén, Susanne

    2014-01-01

    Vocational teachers' prior occupational experiences are construed as those that will guarantee high-quality teaching in vocational education, although individuals are no longer required to have formal teaching qualifications to be employed as teachers in Sweden. This lack of strict requirements raises the issue of the preparedness of vocational…

  4. Vocational Teachers between Educational Institutions and Workplaces

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    Isopahkala-Bouret, Ulpukka

    2010-01-01

    The aim of this study is to analyze discursively how the relationship between educational institutions and workplaces materializes in the position of a vocational teacher. Several studies have pointed out that the role of vocational teachers is changing as a result of current educational reforms, which can be understood in terms of bringing…

  5. The Dutch vocational education and training system

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    Verhagen, A.M.C.

    2014-01-01

    The Dutch educational system is highly stratified from secondary education onwards3, and this also applies to MBO. Each MBO course can be followed in two different learning pathways, called the vocationally educating learning pathway (beroepsopleidende leerweg: BOL) and the vocationally guiding lear

  6. Chinese Vocational Education: Borrowing and Reforming

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    Wang, Lei; Jiang, Dayuan

    2013-01-01

    In July 2010 in Beijing, Lei Wang interviewed Professor Dayuan Jiang, Research Fellow at the Ministry of Education's Central Institute for Vocational and Technical Education about how China has drawn from foreign vocational education models and China's own innovation process. Jiang pointed out that Germany's educational philosophy and talent…

  7. Vocation in Theology and Psychology: Conflicting Approaches?

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    Rotman, Marco

    2017-01-01

    Recent contributions in the fields of psychology, sociology, and theology reveal opposing attitudes about the subject of calling or vocation with regard to one's work. Whereas psychologists have rediscovered the concept, theologians increasingly show reluctance to accept a vocational view of work. In offering an alternative perspective, this…

  8. IVA. Improving Vocational Administration. Final Report.

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    EPD Consortium D, Richardson, TX.

    The Texas Improving Vocational Administration (IVA) project was conceived to improve preservice and inservice programs for vocational education administrators. Primary objectives were to (1) develop a method, including a survey, to determine existing inservice and preservice administrative training program competencies; (2) determine, using the…

  9. A Social Neuroscientific Model of Vocational Behavior

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    Hansen, Jo-Ida C.; Sullivan, Brandon A.; Luciana, Monica

    2011-01-01

    In this article, the separate literatures of a neurobiologically based approach system and vocational interests are reviewed and integrated into a social neuroscientific model of the processes underlying interests, based upon the idea of selective approach motivation. The authors propose that vocational interests describe the types of stimuli that…

  10. 20 CFR 638.503 - Vocational training.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 20 Employees' Benefits 3 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Vocational training. 638.503 Section 638.503 Employees' Benefits EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR JOB CORPS PROGRAM UNDER TITLE IV-B OF THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT Center Operations § 638.503 Vocational training. (a)...

  11. Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating. COM-LINK. Competency Based Vocational Curricula with Basic Skills and Academic Linkages.

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    Hardman, Thomas

    This competency-based module uses the Ocean County (New Jersey) Vocational-Technical Schools curriculum-infused model for infusing basic skills instruction into vocational education. The model demonstrates the relationship of vocational skills to communication, mathematics, and science. The document begins with a philosophy statement; preface; a…

  12. 34 CFR 403.140 - What activities does the Secretary support under the State Assistance for Vocational Education...

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    2010-07-01

    ... VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATE VOCATIONAL AND APPLIED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION... special prevocational education programs. (5) Career intern programs. (6) Model programs for school dropouts. (7) The assessment of students' needs in relation to vocational education and jobs. (8) Guidance...

  13. 20 CFR 725.710 - Objective of vocational rehabilitation.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 20 Employees' Benefits 3 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Objective of vocational rehabilitation. 725... OF THE FEDERAL MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT, AS AMENDED Medical Benefits and Vocational Rehabilitation § 725.710 Objective of vocational rehabilitation. The objective of vocational rehabilitation is...

  14. Some Practical Remedies for Providing Vocational Guidance for Everyone.

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    Holland, John L.

    After describing some current problems in vocational guidance and summarizing relevant knowledge and theory in the field, this paper presents some practical plans, materials, and ideas for providing more useful vocational assistance to people of all ages. The paper reviews such prominent vocational guidance approaches as vocational information and…

  15. Hands-on creativity in Vocational Education

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    Tanggaard, Lene

    This presentation poses the question: what conception of the phenomenon of creativity is best suited to the field of vocational education? VET (Vocational Education and Training) aims to prepare people for employment in craft and industry. In this field, there is an ever-growing requirement...... for creativity and innovation. In response, it is my concern that an understanding of creativity be developed with vocational education and training in mind. It is not enough to import models from other areas, where the distinction between ideas and production or creativity and execution is often relatively hazy...... and therefore not well suited for VET comprising production, handcraft and industry. In Europe, vocational education schemes are considered the solid base on which almost all kinds of industry and craft depend. If Europe is to retain its innovative capacity, then vocational education, especially the capacity...

  16. Vocational Literacy in Mozambique: Historical Development, Current Challenges and Contradictions

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    Oleg Popov

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available The study analyses the historical development of vocational literacy in basic education and Non-Formal Vocational Education (NFVE in Mozambique, as well as current challenges and contradictions. The theoretical lens of Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT is employed in the study. Methodologically the study was executed through an analysis of oral, printed and e-resources produced by the main stakeholders and also the reflective experiences of the authors in their extensive educational work in the country. The findings reveal poorly developed vocational literacy education in schools and non-formal settings in spite of recurrent political declarations about its importance. There is a strong dependence by formal and particularly NFVE sectors on the technical and financial support provided by international organisations. Vocational literacy courses are characterized by a lack of adequate equipment and poor practice. As a consequence, theoretical or elementary forms of vocational knowledge are dominant in the courses, resulting in the dissatisfaction of both learners and educators. Vocational literacy development proved to be a complex field that faces many challenges and ischaracterised by diverse internal contradictions.

  17. Modeling Intention to Use Information Technology (IT Among Agricultural Teachers in Agricultural Vocational Schools in Kurdistan Province

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    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available : The purpose of this descriptive – co-relational study was to determine factors influencing intention to use IT among agricultural vocational teachers using Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB in Kurdistan province. Data was collected using researcher-made questionnaire. The validity was confirmed using a panel of experts and reliability was assessed using Cronbach's alpha yielding 0.7 for all sections. The population consisted of agricultural vocational teachers in Kurdistan province (N =71. All teachers participated in the study. Regression analysis revealed that self-efficacy, subjective norms, and attitude towards using IT explained 58% variance in intention to use IT. The result of this study has implications for agricultural vocational system in Kurdistan province in that attitude, subjective norm, and self-efficacy should be further enhanced if teachers are to continue using IT in their educational activities.

  18. An Educational–Vocational Intervention

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    Kalervo Friberg

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Changes in student-affective entry characteristics were examined in an educational−vocational intervention at Finnish comprehensive school. The conceptual framework constructed from attitudes as learned dispositions (Fishbein & Ajzen, 1975 and self-determination (Deci & Ryan, 1985 was tested in a longitudinal study. A person-based survey questionnaire was designed, piloted, and validated. Spearman−Brown reliability was calculated. In the first observation, 669 (Time One Cohort, and in the second, 649 (Time Two Cohort subjects (girls and boys of mean ages of 14.5 and 16.0 years took the Web-based survey. The tested hypotheses were (a variables of self-determination, self-regulation, and intrinsic and extrinsic motivation would emerge as attitudinal domains in work−life orientation; (b the experiences during the implementation of a work−life orientation program would decrease the effects of seventh-grade student background factors at the end of the program in the ninth grade, and (c work−life orientation would be effective and have efficacy in changing student attitudes in relation to further education and occupations. Three factors emerged in the Maximum Likelihood Factor Analysis. The factors Independence, Self-Direction, and Flexibility were used as the dependents in repeated measures in a general linear model. The factor means were subjected to a paired samples t test. There was development toward stronger Independence and Flexibility in the case of both genders. The boys had gained the girls’ seventh-grade lead at the end of the program. Self-Direction did not show any changes. Empirical findings tentatively supported the program’s efficacy in changing entry characteristics.

  19. Students' Meaning-Making and Sense-Making of Vocational Knowledge in Dutch Senior Secondary Vocational Education

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    Bijlsma, Nienke; Schaap, Harmen; de Bruijn, Elly

    2016-01-01

    Meaning-making and sense-making are generally assumed to be part of students' personal vocational knowledge development, since they contribute to both students' socialisation in a vocation and students' personalisation of concepts, values and beliefs regarding that vocation. However, how students in vocational education acquire meaning and make…

  20. A new Model of Vocational Education and Training in Brasov County

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    Ivan, M.

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of the paper is to describe the vocational system and its benefits from both the economic and social perspective, and analyze its implementation in Romania, the German Vocational School Kronstadt being the first vocational school in our country. The results of the research at the Schaeffler Romania company, the top economic agent that provides the practical training for many students involved in this educational system, have emphasized the specific contributions of vocational education and training which are beneficial not only for students but also for the company itself, as well as for the entire society.

  1. The Role of Technical and Vocational Education in the Education System of the Russian Federation.

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    Smirnov, I.; And Others

    The deep economic and social problems associated with the Russian Federation's move to a market economy have extended to Vocational Education (VE). Nearly 50% of 1994's VE graduates could not get a job, and Russia's new constitution has thrown vocational schools into the market without any state support, thereby forcing many schools to become…

  2. Paradoxes in Danish Vocational Education and Training

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    Louw, Arnt Vestergaard; Katznelson, Noemi

    2015-01-01

    teaching practices in VET that create unmotivated, weak students and unintentional push-out effects. Further, it is suggested that the marketization of education has a profound effect on the practice in VET such that good education has come to be more associated with retaining all students in the VET......All vocational education and training schools in Denmark are required to launch retention initiatives and report yearly on their efforts to increase retention and the completion rate of their students. This article argues that the structural conditions and incentive structure around VET produces...

  3. DEVELOPING A TEACHING FACTORY LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE PRODUCTION COMPETENCIES AMONG MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN A VOCATIONAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

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    Dadang Hidayat Martawijaya

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to develop a learning model that can provide vocational senior high school students with an authentic industrial working experience in the manufacturing and production sector in the very same school that they are enrolled.  An appropriate in-school industrial experience is expected to improve students’ competences and skills. A four stage research and development method was used, involving preliminary study, development, testing and model validation. The study uses both qualitative and quantitative analysis techniques to produce a six steps teaching factory learning model (TF-6M Model. Data was gathered from teachers (n= 8 of a school in Indonesia and students of class XI (n=132 who formed the experimental and the control groups in the model validation stage, and student of class XII for the preliminary study (n=35 and development test (n=98. The focus group discussion (FGD reveals that the production teacher believes that the TF-6M model can be used to improve students’ competences. Data from students shows that TF-6M Model increases students’ competences, is preferred by students, increases their time spent at work, and improves their soft and hard skills, motivation, sense of responsibility and work ethics.

  4. Enlightenment of Cooperation Between School and Enterprise for German Vocational Education%德国职业教育校企合作的启示

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    王联翔

    2013-01-01

    Based on the analysis of system and mechanism of cooperation between school and enterprise in German vocational education,this thesis lists some successful factors and practices of school-enterprise cooperation, summarizes the typical experience for reference. This thesis also gives some advices for further development of vocational education in how to carry out the school-enterprise cooperation well, how to learn from foreign experience to solve our school-enterprise cooperation in vocational practical problems.%本文通过对德国职业教育中校企合作体制机制的分析,列举出其较为成功的校企合作关键因素与做法,归纳出可供借鉴的典型经验。同时针对我国职业教育如何进一步开展好校企合作,如何借鉴国外经验解决我国职业院校校企合作中的现实问题,在对照分析的基础上提出了相关建议。

  5. Promote School - Enterprise Cooperation by Learning from German Vocational Education%借鉴德国职教经验,大力推进校企合作

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    杨青建

    2012-01-01

    China's vocational colleges face many difficulties in the school- enterprise cooperation:the lack of toplevel design, policy support,arM enterprise participation. ~e paper analyzes the problems in China' s school- enterprise cooperation, and based on the successful experience of the German vocational education puts forward a proposal: building school - enterprise cooperation mechanism, establishing profit - driven mechanism, setting up industry- guidance system, and sparing no effort to promote school- enterprise cooperation so as to finally improve the quality of China' s vocational education.%我国高职院校在校企合作方面面临诸多困难:缺少顶层设计,缺少政策保障,缺少企业参与。在借鉴德国职业教育成功经验的基础上,通过顶层设计构建校企合作的运行机制,建立校企合作的利益驱动机制,充分发挥行业的指导作用,可以大力推进校企合作,全面提高高职教育的质量。

  6. Students' Experiences of Ability-Based Streaming in Vocational Education

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    Tanggaard, Lene; Nielsen, Klaus; Jørgensen, Christian Helms

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: Since 2007, it has been mandatory for all vocational schools in Denmark to assess the prior qualifications of all students when they begin at the school and to use this assessment to divide students into different ability-based courses (streaming) with the aim of increasing the retention of students. The purpose of this paper is to…

  7. Vocational & Industrial Training Board Annual Report 89/90.

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    During fiscal year (FY) 1989, the Vocational and Industrial Training Board (VITB) in Singapore offered full-time training at seven levels for secondary school leavers. The board's intake of 9,333 participants was 8% below the FY 1988 intake, a fact that was attributed to fewer primary school leavers. The introduction of the Revised Vocational…

  8. Students' Experiences of Ability-Based Streaming in Vocational Education

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    Tanggaard, Lene; Nielsen, Klaus; Jørgensen, Christian Helms

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: Since 2007, it has been mandatory for all vocational schools in Denmark to assess the prior qualifications of all students when they begin at the school and to use this assessment to divide students into different ability-based courses (streaming) with the aim of increasing the retention of students. The purpose of this paper is to…

  9. Maladaptive social behaviour of students in secondary vocational education

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    Koerhuis, Marie-José

    2007-01-01

    The aim of this thesis was twofold: Firstly to create a reliable and valid new instrument to measure maladaptive social behaviour (MSB) of students in secondary vocational education, and secondly to assess which school context variables could predict MSB at school. Three data-waves were conducted

  10. Talking about Adolescent Sex Education for Students of Secondary Vocational School%浅谈中职学校学生青春期性教育

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    岳俊华

    2015-01-01

    In this paper, set forth the importance of sex education and adolescent ways in the secondary vocational school students with characteristics of the adolescent stage.%本文结合中等职业学校学生处于青春期阶段的生理特点,阐述在中等职业学校对学生进行青春期性教育的重要性及途径。

  11. Vocational Training in the European Union

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available European Union requires some standards in all areas. Today, the importance of training qualified individuals which holds an important place in the development of countries increases and certain standards are adopted creating common European Union tools in the field of vocational and technical education. In this study, vocational education and training policies system and the standards adopted by the European Union are discussed. Furthermore, this study was accepted as a European Union project in 2010 and the results obtained from the Leonardo Da Vinci Life Learning European Union project called “Web Based Basic Vocational Training” between the years 2010-2012 were presented. Since the partners of these projects are Turkey, Spain and Germany, the structure of vocational education, institutions of public and private vocational education and the diplomas and certificates entitled after these educations are included. As Turkey is on its way to become a European Union member, a number of advices are presented for Turkey to reach its destination about vocational education standards that European Union has aimed. The purpose of the study is not only to be a guide for the young who want to get professional training in the countries that are European Union members or candidates about how and where to have education opportunities but also to give a chance for trainers and training managers, participating in vocational training, so as to glimpse different practices from different countries and compare these practices between the countries of European Union and their countries. The study is also very important as it has the opportunities for training managers to see if their countries' vocational education is close enough to vocational education in European Union.

  12. Mobile Learning Usage and Preferences of Vocational Secondary School Students: The cases of Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany

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    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this paper is to determine the current status of mobile device usage and mobile learning adoption in vocational education and training (VET secondary schools in three European Union countries (Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany. The research focused on exploring students’ mobile device usage habits, their attitudes toward education in the context of mobile application support, and preferences regarding mobile learning features. The research confirmed a high level of mobile device usage among secondary school students on a daily basis; smartphones and laptops were the most commonly used devices. The vast majority of participants perceived themselves to be advanced mobile device users, but reported a deficit of ICT-assisted mobile learning experience. However, the majority of respondents with prior ICT-assisted education experience described it as a positive or very positive experience. In addition, study participants tended to agree that mobile learning will play a significant role in education in the future. The paper also explored the reported differences among the students in the three countries and suggested several implications for understanding students’ views of mobile learning. The findings provide insights into possibilities of m-learning implementation while creating a framework for m-learning application development in the VET secondary school environment.

  13. 中职校层级管理现状与提升策略分析%Situations and Strategies of Level Management in Vocational School

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    潘竹燕

    2011-01-01

    中职校是社会发展中的重要社会组织,具备层级组织管理的条件。受集权与分权思想制约,以及机构设置缺乏科学性与规范性,当前中职校层级管理存在管理权限不清、观念滞后、资源浪费效率低下等问题。中职校应注重扁平化层级管理、下移管理重心、创新管理理念等提升策略的有效运用。%The vocational school is an important organization with level management in social development. Limited by concentration and decentralization of power, and lack of science and regulation in institutional establishment, the level management in current vocational schools is unclear in management permission, backward in concept, waste in resources, and low in efficiency. Hence the vocational schools need to employ the strategies of flatting level management, down-shlfting management center, and innovating management concept to improve their role.

  14. The Policy Recommendations for Corporate Governance Structure of Private Vocational Schools%民办高职学校法人治理结构的政策建议

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    李冬梅; 王义宁; 黎红艳

    2014-01-01

    Our private higher education is an important part of higher education, will inevitably be some problems in the development process, and establishing and improving the corporate governance structure of private universities is the fundamental way to solve these problems. On the basis of describing the principal policy and legal basis of the corporate governance of private vocational school, and analysing the problems of the laws and policies related to the corporate governance structure of private vocational schools, this paper put forward several policy recommendations for perfecting corporate governance structure of private vocational schools.%我国民办高等教育是高等教育的重要组成部分,在发展过程中不可避免会出现一些问题,而建立和完善民办高职学校的法人治理结构将是解决上述问题的根本途径。

  15. 谈高职教育中的“校企合作”问题%Issues Concerning "Enterprise-School Cooperation" in Higher Vocational Education

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    戈国梁

    2011-01-01

    高职教育与企业发展密不可分,二者应该相互联系、相互促进,共同发展。行业协会应该对高职教育进行全方位的指导,为"校企合作"搭建桥梁。"校企合作"的模式可以"多元化"。但是,无论采用何种模式,都需要在行业协会的指导下进行。在高职教育方面,政府、行业协会、企业和学校应该各司其职。%Higher vocational education and enterprise development are unseparable from each other.The two should be interrelated and interpromoted,seeking co-development.Industry associations should give all-round guidance to vocational colleges and build a bridge for "enterprise-school cooperation".The mode for "enterprise-school cooperation" can be multi-sided.Whatever mode is adopted,the cooperation should be under the guidance of industry associations.The government,the industry association,the enterprise and the school should play their respective roles in higher vocational education.

  16. Application of Micro -Lecture on Accounting Teaching at Secondary Vocational Schools%浅谈微课在中职会计教学中的运用

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    2015-01-01

    people pay more attention on the micro-lecture ,a new teaching mode which is being applied in the accounting teaching class at secondary vocational schools .The paper tries to enhance the teaching quality of micro-lecture at accounting field by giving an overview on the micro-lecture ,its application on accounting teaching at secondary vocational schools ,and analyzing the strategy to use mi‐cro-lecture accounting teaching at secondary vocational schools .%微课作为一种新型的教学模式也逐渐的步入了中职会计教学的课堂,得到越来越多的人逐渐的关注。通过微课的概述、微课在中职会计教学中的应用、微课在中职会计学教学中的策略分析等方面加以论述,以满足并提高在会计领域里的教学质量。

  17. Boulder Valley Schools Teen Parenting Program: An Exemplary Vocational Education Program Serving a Population with Special Needs.

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    Coyle-Williams, Maureen; Wermuth, Tom

    1990-01-01

    The Boulder Valley (Colorado) Teen Parenting Program is designed to meet the educational and vocational needs of pregnant or parenting adolescents. It focuses on the following goals: (1) decreasing the dropout rate of teen parents; (2) improving the health and well-being of children born to teen parents; (3) decreasing repeat pregnancies of teen…

  18. Composite Evaluation Report for Secondary Vocational Education in Wisconsin. 1986-87. Secondary Vocational Program Evaluation Project.

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    Klitzke, Elizabeth; And Others

    An evaluation of secondary vocational education in Wisconsin was made using self-evaluation data from 55 schools. Each school gathered data from graduates, employers, advisory committee members, staff, and current students. Findings from the data were synthesized under five outcome areas: employment, postsecondary training, training satisfaction,…

  19. Comparation of circadian rhytms in teenagers at a comprehensive school and a specialized vocational school

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    2011-01-01

    BACKGROUND:The aim of this thesis is to monitor from a professional point of view the area of health, healthy lifestyle, circadian rhythms, eating habits and free time activities in teenagers of today. Main focus is put on the sleeping regime which has enormous effect on behaviour and health of individuals and is closely connected to other biological rhythms. OBJECTIVE: The thesis aims to compare students at two different types of school, to give guidance in the area of health education durin...

  20. AN EVALUATION OF THE COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND EMPATHIC TENDENCIES OF STUDENTS ATTENDING POLICE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to find out whether Police Vocational School of Higher Education students comprehend the duties and responsibilities of being a police correctly and practice what has to be done through correct methods within this context; to e valuate their empathy tendencies and communication skills; to find solutions if they have any shortcomings in communication skills; to make up for their shortcomings in showing empathy or to strengthen their existing skills. The study included a total of 9 09 students attending Samsun 19 Mayıs Police Vocational School of Higher Education. Of these 909 students, 207 (45,6% females and 247 (54,4% males were in their first year while 252 (55,4% males and 203 (%44,6 females were in their second year. The dat a was collected through a 25 - item 5 likert scale developed by Korkut (1996 in order to understand how individuals evaluate their communication skills. The scale is scored from (1 never to (5 always. To find out empathy tendencies, Empathic Tendencies Sc ale developed by Dökmen (1988 was used. The scale is a Likert type scale; it includes 20 questions which are scored from 1 to 5. The lowest score a person can get from the scale is 20 while the highest score is 100. Frequency percentage was used to find o ut the age distribution of the group. Mean and standard deviation were used to present the group’s communication skill levels and independent groups t - test was used to present the state of differentiation based on gender, age and question factor. General c ommunication skills of the research group were below the average communication level score while their empathy tendencies were high. There were significant differences in communication levels in terms of their year of study, gender and their department at high school (P<0,05. As a result, studies of individual development in the education of professional groups which are interlocked with humans will enable an increase in

  1. The Entrance test of physics and Workbook in teaching of physics at secondary vocational school within long-term pedagogical research

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    Kerlínová, Věra

    2017-01-01

    Within the long-term pedagogical research ongoing since the school year 2008/2009 to 2015/2016 at the secondary vocational school in Bohumín was through of Entrance test of physics, which included curriculum of the sixth to ninth year of elementary school, regularly finding out, in which parts of Entrance test - Unit conversions, International System of Units, Properties of matter, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics, Atoms and Universe - pupils of the 1st years of secondary vocational school, technical and non-technical, reach a higher number of correct answers, in which dominates the wrong answers and which parts of the test pupils are better left out completely. It turned out that the results of these tests are very informative not only for theoretical and practical teaching, but also technical and other science subjects. The results of the Entrance tests are also a valuable source of information for continuous innovation Workbook of Physics - Mechanics for the 1st year of secondary vocational schools [1] - whose the first version began during the school year 2007/2008 and which was tested within pre-research in school years 2008/2009, 2009/2010 and within research in school year 2010/2011. On the basis of feedbacks getting from research the Workbook is regularly expanded, innovated and updated. The Workbook consists of parts dedicated to physical concepts, physical tasks, proposals to physical experiments, pupils comments from viewed video projection and documentary films, examples from the world of science and technology, examples from practice and real life, physical terminology in English, quizzes, competitions, interesting things and links related to discussed curriculum. The Workbook is divided into thematic sections, chapters and subchapters similar as physics textbooks for pupils of the 1st years of Secondary Schools in the Czech Republic. In the Workbook there are included tasks on fill in the words, polynomial tasks with

  2. Secondary Vocational School Enterprise Cooperation of Heterogeneous Data Integration%中职校企联合办学异构数据的集成

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    2015-01-01

    随着中职学校的校企联合办学的不断发展,中职学校与企业之间的联合办学需要大量的数据交换。虽然计算机网络、互联网和移动互联技术得到高速的发展,但是很多中职学校在信息化建设过程中,各部门的管理信息系统相对封闭,存在“信息孤岛”。另外,在校企联合办学过程中,中职学校与企业之间的存在管理的信息标准不统一,校企间亦形成了“信息孤岛”,对数据的共享和交换造成困难。因此,要确保中职学校的校企联合办学的正常进行,就要解决由于数据异构造成的中职学校各部门以及校企间的“信息孤岛”的问题。该文主要阐述使用Oracle数据集成工具ODI(Oracle Data Inte-grator)对异构数据集成,以解决数据异构造成的中职学校各部门以及校企间的“信息孤岛”的问题。%With the development of secondary vocational school college and enterprise joint development, joint between secondary vocational schools and enterprises need a large amount of data exchange. Although the computer network, the Internet and mobile Internet technology has obtained a rapid development, but a lot of secondary vocational school in the process of information con⁃struction, management information system of each department is relatively closed, the existence of"information island". In addi⁃tion, in the process of enterprise joint, between the secondary vocational school and the existence of the enterprise management in⁃formation standard is not unified, university enterprise also formed"information isolated island", caused difficulties for data shar⁃ing and exchange. Therefore, to ensure that the secondary vocational school to unite the normal, it is necessary to solve the hetero⁃geneous data caused due to secondary vocational school departments as well as between schools and enterprises"information is⁃land"problem. This paper mainly discusses the use of

  3. 高职院校奖学金激励制度探究%Research on scholarship system of higher vocational schools

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    吴晓净

    2013-01-01

    高职院校奖学金制度在学生工作中具有重要的作用,但现阶段奖学金制度还存在一系列问题。高职院校应采取措施予以改进,建立激励机制,使奖学金制度更加合理得发挥其作用,促进高校学生全面发展。%Nowadays, scholarship system in higher vocational institutes plays an significant role in student affairs, however the scholarship system confronts several challenges. Thus higher vocational schools are supposed to take measures to establish motivate mechanism in order to better exploit scholarship system’s advantages for the purpose of promoting students’ all-around development.

  4. Analysis On How to Improve the Chinese classroom teaching in Secondary Vocational School%浅析如何改善中职语文课堂教学

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    2015-01-01

    This study from the secondary vocational school Chinese classroom teaching performance and analysis of the problem, provides the concept, mode, target to reform the Chinese classroom teaching methods, hoping to innovate, improve and optimize the secondary vocational Chinese classroom teaching help.%本研究从中职语文课堂教学的问题表现划分和分析入手,提供了从观念、模式、目标等角度出发变革中职语文课堂教学的方法,希望对创新、改善和优化中职语文课堂教学有所帮助.

  5. Secondary Vocational Education in Working Environment

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    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available The authors present a successful project of secondary vocational education carried out by our school for the occupation of a toolmaker and a machinist for the companies Domel, Indramat and Niko in Železniki, considering the modern methods of teaching adults and having consistently adjusted timetable of the lectures in accordance with the working hours of the candidates and the production process respectively. Lectures, training and practical work in the workshop were performed in the company and school's workshops and laboratories. In the additional chapter the authors draw attention to the problems of payment for the teachers of technical s ubjects, who enter the education process with great working experience from companies but start here as beginners since the school regulations do not define such cases.

  6. Drug use among adolescents within vocational schools: health promotion, social relations and institutional organization. Abstract. 13th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Island of Spetses, Greece. 29 August – 1 September 2012 (p. 60)

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    Ingholt, Liselotte; Sørensen, Betina Bang; Axel, Erik

    . Results: Learning in vocational education is part of how young people develop and coordinate their trajectory of everyday social life. Additionally drug use may become important in the process of forming peer relations. For some students, the focus is drifting from vocational to social interactions......Druguse among Adolescents within Vocational Schools: Health Promotion, Social Relations and Institutional Organization. L. Ingholt1, B.B. Sørensen1, E. Axel2, V.A. Frank3 1 National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2 The Department of Psychology...... and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark. 3 Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences – Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. Objectives: The paper explores the significance of drug use and peer relations for students’ participation in vocational...

  7. Drug use among adolescents within vocational schools: health promotion, social relations and institutional organization. Abstract. 13th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Island of Spetses, Greece. 29 August – 1 September 2012 (p. 60)

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    Ingholt, Liselotte; Sørensen, Betina Bang; Axel, Erik

    Druguse among Adolescents within Vocational Schools: Health Promotion, Social Relations and Institutional Organization. L. Ingholt1, B.B. Sørensen1, E. Axel2, V.A. Frank3 1 National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2 The Department of Psychology...... and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark. 3 Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences – Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. Objectives: The paper explores the significance of drug use and peer relations for students’ participation in vocational....... Results: Learning in vocational education is part of how young people develop and coordinate their trajectory of everyday social life. Additionally drug use may become important in the process of forming peer relations. For some students, the focus is drifting from vocational to social interactions...

  8. 浅谈高职商务英语口语教学的创新%The Innovation of the Oral Business English Teaching in Vocational Schools

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    2013-01-01

      本文介绍了高职商务英语教学的内涵,突出了口语教学的重要性,基于当前社会多元交际文化的碰撞,商务英语职业环境的角色需求,以及信息技术与教学课程整合的必然性,分析了新时期高职商务英语口语教学的新要求,奠定了创新高职商务英语口语教学的基础,并提出了创新教学的具体策略。%This paper introduced the connotation and emphasized the importance of the oral business English teaching in Vocation-al Schools. Based on the impacts of the diversified communica-tional culture, the demands of business English in the current oc-cupational environment and the integration of the information technology and the teaching practice, this paper also analyzed the new teaching requirements of the oral business English in voca-tional schools under the contemporary context and built a basis for the innovation of the teaching approaches. Meanwhile, it rec-ommended the specific teaching strategies.

  9. The Effective Teaching of Moral Education in Secondary Vocational Schools%中职德育实效性教学探析

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    丁霞

    2014-01-01

    中职人才培养有工学结合、校企结合、顶岗实习等模式,德育存在着理论重于实践、教学内容教条化、教学的针对性不足等问题。为发挥中职教育的德育为先的理念,应注重挖掘校内外德育资源,探索适合中职人才的职业需要,实现德育的实效性教学。%There are personnel training modes of school-enterprise corporation,work-study combination and post-practicein secondary vocational schools.There also are some issues in moral education as the theory of moral emphasis on practice, teaching dogmatic content, and lack of targeted education to solve. To play in the first vocational education moral philosophy, moral education should focus on internal and external re-sources to explore suitable career vocational talents needed to achieve effectiveness of teaching moral educa-tion.

  10. 通信高职院校校企合作的问题与对策%Countermeasures of the Problems for Communicational Vocational School-Enterprise Cooperation

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    何泾

    2012-01-01

    With the rapid development of communications technology, the pace and triple-play, communication, the business transformation of the high demand for skilled personnel is very urgent. This paper studies communication vocational colleges and communications problems of business cooperation, enterprise cooperation in the analysis of practical vocational school problems, based on the proposed class to improve communication strategies of vocational school-enterprise cooperation.%随着通信技术的高速发展,三网合一的脚步加快,通信企业的经营转型对高技能人才的需求十分迫切。本文主要研究通信类高职院校与通信企业合作的问题,在分析高职校企合作实践存在的问题的基础上,提出改进通信类高职校企合作的对策。

  11. Revitalizing Technical and Vocational Education Training for ...

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    Revitalizing Technical and Vocational Education Training for Poverty ... with a population of 140 million people is battling with food insecurity, poverty and youth ... in education curricula, agricultural education and the rural poor was discussed.

  12. The "Rubella Bulge" and Vocational Planning.

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    Wyks, Hollis W.

    1980-01-01

    The increased numbers and additional handicaps of deaf students born in the 1963-65 rubella epidemic require not more postsecondary programs, but rather strengthened programs and rehabilitation approaches to vocational and independent living skill training. (Author/CL)

  13. The EC discourse on vocational training

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    Cort, Pia

    2009-01-01

    This article traces the EC vocational training policy historically and describes the discursive alignments which brought the policy from a ‘common vocational training policy' as laid down in Article 128, in the Treaty of Rome to the Lisbon Lifelong Learning strategy. The argument is that vocational...... training has served as a lever for the gradual expansion of the policy field into both general and higher education and for the establishment of a European discourse on Lifelong Learning. In the article, Ball's concept of "policy as discourse" is used to identify the changing spaces of possibility within...... EC vocational training policy (Ball, What is policy? Texts, trajectories and toolboxes. Discourse, 13(2), 1993)....

  14. Vocational Information-Seeking Behavior: Another View.

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    Sharf, Richard S.

    1984-01-01

    Used an unobtrusive measure to examine vocational information-seeking behavior (VISB) patterns in three groups of noncollege-bound youths (N=95). Results showed no meaningful relationship between VISB and certainty of choice or Holland type. (JAC)

  15. Designing A Model of Vocational Training Programs for Disables through ODL

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    2015-01-01

    syllabus, activities and methodology proposed for the vocational training of the students at special education centers for the disables was agreed upon by the experts. It was recommended that vocational training model on various jobs for specific disabilities may be developed. Vocational training model for after school youth may also be developed on similar pattern. It was recommended that vocational training must be implemented through ODL for the training of PWDs in acquiring vocational skills if there is no vocational skill training teacher or resources available at the centers. In this way a large number of individuals who are taking education at special education centers and institutions can take benefits from VET programs at a time with minimal cost provided at their door steps or at institutions.

  16. Vocational School English Teaching Dilemma and Countermeasure%职校英语教学困境及其对策分析

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    吴怡娜

    2012-01-01

    In the context of quality education and innovative educational concepts, the student-centered instructional design and process involved in advocacy and encouragement. However, reality shows, vocational school English teaching, there are many difficulties, such as the method of the plight of students to participate in the plight, etc. The existence of these problems inhibit student participation and learning enthusiasm and initiative, affecting the quality of vocational teaching of English. To this end, we should be converted to teaching philosophy, improve teaching methods, select appropriate teaching methods and teaching material, the effective exploration of the vocational school students' language foundation and learning charac- teristics of the teaching system, so that students become active learners and explorers of knowledge to promote the upgrading of the vocational level of English language teaching.%在素质教育和创新教育理念背景下,以学生为中心的教学设计与过程参与得到倡导和鼓励。但是,现实表明,职校英语教学存在诸多困境,如方法困境、学生参与困境等,这些问题的存在抑制了学生参与与学习的积极性和主动性,影响了职校英语的教学质量。为此,我们应转换教学理念,改进教学方式,选择合适的教学方法和教辅材料,有效探索符合职校学生语言基础和学习特点的教学体系,使学生成为主动的学习者和知识的探索者,促进职校英语教学水平的提升。

  17. Vocational Education in Tourism: Conceptual Framework Problems

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    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available This article analyzes the basic concepts that define the essence of the system of vocational education and helps to analyze the problem of tourism staffing support. According to authors’ hypothesis, the personnel problem is related to the imperfection of the tourism conceptual framework. As of all enterprises of travel industry only travel agencies and accommodation facilities work with tourists, the author proves that personnel training for these businesses is the major objective of vocational training in tourism.

  18. Benchmarking Danish Vocational Education and Training Programmes

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    Bogetoft, Peter; Wittrup, Jesper

    This study paper discusses methods whereby Danish vocational education and training colleges can be benchmarked, and presents results from a number of models. It is conceptually complicated to benchmark vocational colleges, as the various colleges in Denmark offer a wide range of course programmes...... attempt to summarise the various effects that the colleges have in two relevant figures, namely retention rates of students and employment rates among students who have completed training programmes....

  19. Design of Trigonometry Apps for Vocational Education

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    Pedersen, Jens Bjarke; Andersen, Steffen; Majgaard, Gunver

    2012-01-01

    How can smartphones apps enrich the learning of mathematicsin vocational education? This article examines how mathematics teaching can be enriched by apps using smartphone sensors such as gyroscope, compass, camera, and touch screen in a aming context. An iterative and participatory design proces...... talk about our experience in implementing our design process and subsequently summarize the pros and cons of the application and the smartphone platform and how the app developed contributes to vocational mathematics teaching....

  20. Design of Trigonometry Apps for Vocational Education

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    Pedersen, Jens Bjarke; Andersen, Steffen; Majgaard, Gunver

    2012-01-01

    How can smartphones apps enrich the learning of mathematicsin vocational education? This article examines how mathematics teaching can be enriched by apps using smartphone sensors such as gyroscope, compass, camera, and touch screen in a aming context. An iterative and participatory design process...... talk about our experience in implementing our design process and subsequently summarize the pros and cons of the application and the smartphone platform and how the app developed contributes to vocational mathematics teaching....

  1. Professional Development Needs Assessment Survey of Inservice Clients of the Center for Vocational Professional Personnel Development at the Pennsylvania State University.

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    Kisner, Mary J.; Elliott, Franklin E.; Foster, Pamela M.; Covington, Myrna A.; King, Marsha G.; Liou, Kun-I Tony

    The Center for Vocational Professional Personnel Development conducted a needs assessment in order to plan and deliver staff development workshops in the 34 vocational schools served in Pennsylvania's central region. Respondents from the 30 participating schools were 30 administrators and 600 teachers (371 vocational and 144 academic teachers and…

  2. Effective Vocational Guidance and Counselling Programmes: Creating Opportunities for Harnessing Potentials of Street Beggars

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    Nweze, Tina; Okolie, Ugochukwu Chnonso

    2015-01-01

    This paper discussed the need to promote vocational guidance and counselling programmes not only at schools but as regards the street beggars. It is observed that majority of street beggars have lots of potentials locked in them which need to be unlocked through vocational guidance and counselling programmes or services. The paper noted that task…

  3. Development of Plurilingual Competencies through Vocationally Oriented Language Learning in Sweden

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    Movchan, Larysa

    2014-01-01

    The article tackles the problem of developing plurilingual competencies through vocationally oriented foreign language in Sweden. The author analyses the pedagogical conditions of realization of plurilingual education at upper-secondary schools, vocational and higher education establishments and the aspects of teacher education for this purpose.…

  4. Perceptions of Vocational Training with Elementary Special Education Students: A Case Study

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    Jones, Beth A.; Williams, Kashunda L.

    2011-01-01

    The present study sought to determine the perceived utility of initiating vocational training in primary education by implementing a student-operated restaurant. Specifically, this study examined the extent to which vocational education training affected school professionals', parents', and elementary special education students' perceptions of…

  5. Still a Perfect Model? The Gender Impact of Vocational Training in Germany

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    Haasler, Simone R.; Gottschall, Karin

    2015-01-01

    Reconstructing the parallel structure of "dual" and "school-based" vocational routes reveals the close connection between the German vocational training system and the segmentation of the labour market by gender. The example of jobs in childcare and pre-primary education shows that the legacy of semi-professionalism in these…

  6. Prospects for China's Rural Vocational Education and the Role of Higher Agricultural Institutions.

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    Ganzi, Peng; Xianguang, Liu

    The 1980s saw significant development in China's rural vocational education and the continuation of some problems. Most Chinese secondary (92 percent) and postsecondary (82 percent) students are educated in the countryside. However, only 60 percent of vocational high school students are educated there. There is insufficient enrollment at many…

  7. An Experimental Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Selected Techniques and Resources on Instruction in Vocational Agriculture.

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    Kahler, Alan A.

    The study was designed to test new instructional techniques in vocational agriculture, determine their effectiveness on student achievement, and compare individual and group instructional techniques. Forty-eight randomly selected Iowa high school vocational agriculture programs with enrollments of 35 students or more, were selected for testing the…

  8. Selected Evaluation Findings for Secondary Vocational Education--The Wisconsin Evaluation Model.

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    Dale, Dorothy; Klitzke, Elizabeth

    1980-01-01

    Fifty-eight Wisconsin high schools have undergone a comprehensive evaluation of their total vocational education program, including program management and administration as well as capstone, sequence, and exploratory programs in all vocational discipline areas. All aspects discussed--employability, job relatedness to training, employer hiring…

  9. Experiences of Educational Content in Swedish Technical Vocational Education: Examples from the Energy and Industry Programmes

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    Kilbrink, Nina; Bjurulf, Veronica; Olin-Scheller, Christina; Tengberg, Michael

    2014-01-01

    In this study, teachers and workplace supervisors in two vocational programmes at a Swedish upper secondary school were interviewed about their experiences of what is important to teach and learn during vocational education. The interviews were analysed thematically by the qualitative method analysis of narratives concerning what the informants…

  10. Expanding Access to Vocational-Technical Education in Massachusetts. White Paper No. 136

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    Ardon, Ken; Fraser, Alison L.

    2015-01-01

    It is clear from assessment, graduation, and follow-up data that career-vocational technical education (CVTE), as it is practiced in Massachusetts, is a success. CVTE is becoming so popular that there are up to 5,000 more applicants for places in Massachusetts' vocational technical schools than there are openings, creating waiting lists. This…

  11. Educating for Vocational Excellence: The Auto/Biographical Exploration of Enacted Craft Pedagogy

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    Tyson, Ruhi

    2015-01-01

    The focus of this article is on education for vocational excellence (the combination of virtue and good judgment or phronesis/practical wisdom) through an examination of episodes from the auto/biographical study of master craftsman Wolfgang B. Vocational excellence is an issue sometimes discussed with regard to teacher training for schools and…

  12. Extended Teams in vocational education: Slow starters but worth the wait

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    Mazereeuw, Marco; McKenney, Susan; Wopereis, Iwan

    2015-01-01

    This study was undertaken due to the notorious frustrations of vocational educators and workplace supervisors concerning (mis)alignment between school and work contexts. Extended teams, consisting of vocational teachers and workplace supervisors, were established to share responsibility for the qual

  13. Higher Vocational Education and Social Mobility: Educational Participation in Australia and England

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    Webb, Sue; Bathmaker, Ann-Marie; Gale, Trevor; Hodge, Steven; Parker, Stephen; Rawolle, Shaun

    2017-01-01

    This article explores the issue of social mobility in relation to the recent expansion of higher vocational education (HIVE) by non-university providers. The post-school vocational education sector has become the object of policies to widen access to higher education to ensure greater social mobility and provide second chance education to those…

  14. Regional gray matter correlates of vocational interests

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    Schroeder David H

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Previous studies have identified brain areas related to cognitive abilities and personality, respectively. In this exploratory study, we extend the application of modern neuroimaging techniques to another area of individual differences, vocational interests, and relate the results to an earlier study of cognitive abilities salient for vocations. Findings First, we examined the psychometric relationships between vocational interests and abilities in a large sample. The primary relationships between those domains were between Investigative (scientific interests and general intelligence and between Realistic (“blue-collar” interests and spatial ability. Then, using MRI and voxel-based morphometry, we investigated the relationships between regional gray matter volume and vocational interests. Specific clusters of gray matter were found to be correlated with Investigative and Realistic interests. Overlap analyses indicated some common brain areas between the correlates of Investigative interests and general intelligence and between the correlates of Realistic interests and spatial ability. Conclusions Two of six vocational-interest scales show substantial relationships with regional gray matter volume. The overlap between the brain correlates of these scales and cognitive-ability factors suggest there are relationships between individual differences in brain structure and vocations.

  15. Medical sociology as a vocation.

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    Bosk, Charles L

    2014-12-01

    This article extends Weber's discussion of science as a vocation by applying it to medical sociology. Having used qualitative methods for nearly 40 years to interpret problems of meaning as they arise in the context of health care, I describe how ethnography, in particular, and qualitative inquiry, more generally, may be used as a tool for understanding fundamental questions close to the heart but far from the mind of medical sociology. Such questions overlap with major policy questions such as how do we achieve a higher standard for quality of care and assure the safety of patients. Using my own research, I show how this engagement takes the form of showing how simple narratives of policy change fail to address the complexities of the problems that they are designed to remedy. I also attempt to explain how I balance objectivity with a commitment to creating a more equitable framework for health care. © American Sociological Association 2014.

  16. Vocational training in contemporary Spain: Policies, Agents and Institutions

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    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available The vocational training in Spain has reached a late formalization in the educational system. This situation is explained by the economical contexts thatevolve from the agricultural sector to the industrial development of certain zones, which are those who have a better network of vocational schools. In this article three levels of analysis are addressed: the first one, related to the politics and educational legislation, in order to notice the process of formalization; the second one, focused on the relevance of the Church on this sector and, the third one is the role played by the Union Organization during the Franco's regime. In this way, the intervention of the different agents who have contributed to the development of the vocational training in Spain remains clear up to the General Law of Education of 1970.

  17. Human Resources Development: Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training. Report VIII (2).

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    International Labour Office, Geneva (Switzerland).

    The report presents responses from 57 member States of the International Labor Organization (ILO) to 16 questions as part of the preparation for placing an item entitled "Human resources development: vocational guidance and vocational training" on the agenda of the 59th (1974) Session of the ILO Conference. For each of the questions, the question…

  18. Relationship of Vocational Satisfaction to the Correspondence of Job Reinforcement and Vocational Needs.

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    Golden, Robert R.; Weiss, David J.

    The Theory of Work Adjustment proposes that vocational satisfaction is a function of the correspondence between the reinforcers in the work environment and the individual's vocational needs. This hypothesis is tested by comparing the means and variances of measures of satisfaction for groups differing in degree of need-reinforcer correspondence.…

  19. From Vocational Training to Open Learning Environments: Vocational Special Needs Education during Change

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    Hirvonen, Maija

    2011-01-01

    This paper describes the development of education of students with special needs in vocational education. The paper is based on a case study research conducted in 2001-2005 in Jyvaskyla Municipal Federation of Vocational Education in Central Finland. The study consisted of two parts: firstly of the historical analysis of special educational…

  20. Vocational Education and Training in Kuwait: Vocational Education versus Values and Viewpoints

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    Bilboe, Wendy

    2011-01-01

    Since the opening up of private universities and colleges in the Kuwait education system in the late 1990s, there has been an explosion of tertiary institutions (both domestic and international) established in the country, with many of them offering vocational education and training. The move towards vocational and educational training forms part…

  1. Business as a Vocation: Catholic Social Teaching and Business Education

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    Turkson, Peter K. A.

    2012-01-01

    Building on "Vocation of the Business Leader," the recently released document from the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, along with input from Catholic business and educational leaders from around the world, this essay examines five pillars on which a Catholic business school should build its mission: foundations; the purpose of…

  2. Cause Analysis of English Writing Apprehension of Secondary Vocational Students

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    刘芩利

    2015-01-01

    English writing apprehension is an inevitable problem in secondary vocational schools.In the paper,the author analyzes causes in terms of second language proficiency,self-efficacy,first language writing competence and other factors,ultimately,gives teachers some practical proposals.

  3. Vocational Education and Connecticut's Common Core of Learning.

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    Connecticut State Dept. of Education, Hartford. Div. of Vocational, Technical, and Adult Education.

    The Connecticut State Board of Education policy known as the Common Core of Learning, outlines the skill, knowledge and attitudinal attainments expected of the state's secondary school graduates. This guide identifies the common core elements that can and should be reinforced through the vocational education curriculum. Information on the common…

  4. Florida Vocational Program Guide for Basic Precision Machining, Precision Machining.

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    University of South Florida, Tampa. Dept. of Adult and Vocational Education.

    This program guide has been developed to provide information that will be useful to local school district and community college administrators, instructors, program advisory committee members, regional coordinating councils, and others charged with the responsibility of offering vocational education programs in Florida. It identifies the major…

  5. Vocational Indecision in College Graduates. Educational Assessment Center Reports.

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    Lunneborg, Patricia W.

    This study compared 127 vocationally undecided college graduates matched by sex, age, and major with graduates who had selected an occupation on a Survey of Graduating Seniors. Undecideds had a significantly lower GPA than decideds, intended noncareer activities following graduation, less often were going to graduate school, and were far less…

  6. Extended Teams in Vocational Education: Collaboration on the Border

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    Mazereeuw, Marco; Wopereis, Iwan; McKenney, Susan

    2016-01-01

    Extended Teams (ETs), in which teachers and workplace supervisors are jointly responsible for the quality of education, were established to solve problems concerning school-workplace connections in vocational and professional education. Six ETs were investigated during their 1st year of collaboration. In addition to recordings of ET meetings,…

  7. Experimental Evaluation of Field Trips on Instruction in Vocational Agriculture.

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    McCaslin, Norval L.

    To determine the effect of field trips on student achievement in each of four subject matter areas in vocational agriculture, 12 schools offering approved programs were randomly selected and divided into a treatment group and a control group. Uniform teaching outlines and reference materials were provided to each group. While no field trips were…

  8. Extended Teams in Vocational Education: Collaboration on the Border

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    Mazereeuw, Marco; Wopereis, Iwan; McKenney, Susan

    2016-01-01

    Extended Teams (ETs), in which teachers and workplace supervisors are jointly responsible for the quality of education, were established to solve problems concerning school-workplace connections in vocational and professional education. Six ETs were investigated during their 1st year of collaboration. In addition to recordings of ET meetings,…

  9. Business as a Vocation: Catholic Social Teaching and Business Education

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    Turkson, Peter K. A.

    2012-01-01

    Building on "Vocation of the Business Leader," the recently released document from the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, along with input from Catholic business and educational leaders from around the world, this essay examines five pillars on which a Catholic business school should build its mission: foundations; the purpose of…

  10. The Structure of Vocational Interests in Filipino Adolescents

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    Primavera, Michele T.; Church, A. Timothy; Katigbak, Marcia S.; Bruna, Lisa; White, Joy R.; Peradilla, Imelda

    2010-01-01

    The structure of vocational interests was investigated in Filipino high school students (N = 503), who rated their interest in 303 culture-relevant occupational titles and 93 major fields of study. Item-level principal components analyses identified general interest, prestige, and sex-type dimensions, rather than Prediger's (1982) People/Things…

  11. Oversight Report on Nontraditional Vocational Training for Female Inmates.

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    Florida State House of Representatives, Tallahassee.

    In January 1993, Florida's Correctional Education School Authority (CESA) studied the vocational interests of 125 randomly selected female inmates at the 3 female state correctional facilities in Florida. After two additional informal studies, an interim oversight review was conducted to determine the following: whether CESA was in compliance with…

  12. Cause Analysis of English Writing Apprehension of Secondary Vocational Students

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    刘芩利

    2015-01-01

    English writing apprehension is an inevitable problem in secondary vocational schools.In the paper,the author analyzes causes in terms of second language proficiency,selfefficacy,first language writing competence and other factors,ultimately,gives teachers some practical proposals.

  13. Rescaling Vocational Education: Workforce Development in a Metropolitan Region

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    Lakes, Richard D.

    2008-01-01

    This article profiles a vocational charter school located in Atlanta as an institutional model for customized industry training in the high-tech production firms located nearby. Social partnerships with business and industry, parents and educators, and elected officials will be illuminated, exhibiting new forms of neoliberalism that reconstitute…

  14. Analysis of General Personality Characteristics of High School Students Who Take and Do not Take Vocational Music Training according to Personality Inventory

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    Nihan Yağışan

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The authorities claim that music training helps children and young people gain insight and actualize themselves and it contributes to their self-expression, self-confidence and socialization process. As known, music education that children and adolescences get varies for several reasons, and particularly the aims, the ways, and the intensity of courses differ according to the school types. From this context, the students of the high schools of fine arts getting vocational musical training and the students of general high schools not getting the vocational training were investigated by means of a general personality inventory, and a research was conducted to examine whether or not music education supports the personality development of the high school students. In the study, 140 students attending the last grade of high schools of fine arts, 140 students attending last grade of general high schools with total amount of 280 were randomly selected. The students were administered a 168 item personality inventory to determine their characteristics of ‘social, personal and general adaptation’ levels. Following findings were obtained as a result of the survey: When the total scales “general adaptation”, “social adaptation” and “personal adaptation” levels, including the sub-scales of ‘family affairs, social affairs, social norms, anti-social tendencies’, ‘self-actualization, emotional decisiveness, neurotic tendencies and psychotic symptoms’, were examined, the scores of students who get vocational music training were found significantly higher than the students who do not get it. The results of the study show that music training supports the personality development of adolescences positively.

  15. Analysis of General Personality Characteristics of High School Students Who Take and Do not Take Vocational Music Training according to Personality Inventory

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    Nihan Yağışan

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The authorities claim that music training helps children and young people gain insight and actualize themselves and it contributes to their self-expression, self-confidence and socialization process. As known, music education that children and adolescences get varies for several reasons, and particularly the aims, the ways, and the intensity of courses differ according to the school types. From this context, the students of the high schools of fine arts getting vocational musical training and the students of general high schools not getting the vocational training were investigated by means of a general personality inventory, and a research was conducted to examine whether or not music education supports the personality development of the high school students. In the study, 140 students attending the last grade of high schools of fine arts, 140 students attending last grade of general high schools with total amount of 280 were randomly selected. The students were administered a 168 item personality inventory to determine their characteristics of ‘social, personal and general adaptation’ levels. Following findings were obtained as a result of the survey: When the total scales “general adaptation”, “social adaptation” and “personal adaptation” levels, including the sub-scales of ‘family affairs, social affairs, social norms, anti-social tendencies’, ‘self-actualization, emotional decisiveness, neurotic tendencies and psychotic symptoms’, were examined, the scores of students who get vocational music training were found significantly higher than the students who do not get it. The results of the study show that music training supports the personality development of adolescences positively.

  16. Career Management Skills Among Vocational Students

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    Zakaria, Normah; Yamin, Azlin; Maarof, Rosmawati

    2017-08-01

    Career management skills are important elements that should be present in each individual, because career selection process is crucial for school leavers. The phenomenon of students who are less knowledgeable about career at the end of school is among the main reasons they choose a career that does not fit. The situation is very worrying and poses various negative implications such as work stress and frequent swapping of jobs. In fact, research has found that most vocational students have a low level of career management. Therefore, this study is aimed to identify career management skills that students possess. The research design was a survey using a quantitative approach with a number of samples, n = 480. Data was analysed using statistical software, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The results show that students’ overall career management skills are moderate. To develop human capital with the right competence, career management skills are critical requirements that can fill the gaps in industry.

  17. 中职英语词汇教学研究%Research on English Vocabulary Teaching in Secondary Vocational Schools

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    刘彦彦

    2016-01-01

    词汇学习是英语教学和学习的前提、基础和重要组成部分。目前中职生在学习英语词汇时还存在一些问题,作为教师应该对此问题高度重视,在教学过程中应遵循词汇教学的原则和注意事项,注重词汇教学的技巧,使学生掌握科学有效的学习策略,形成良好的学习习惯,提高语言综合运用能力,为以后的学习和工作打下良好的基础。%Vocabulary learning is the premise, foundation and important part of English teaching and learning. At present, the secondary vocational school students have some problems in learning English vocabulary. The teachers should pay more attentions to these problems. In the teaching process, they should follow the vocabulary teaching principles and matters needing attention, pay attention to vocabulary teaching skills and make students to grasp scientific and effective learning strategies, form good habits of study, improve the comprehensive ability of using language, to lay a good foundation for the further study and work.

  18. Development of Balanced Scorecard in Higher Education Institutions: Example of Çanakkale Vocational School of Social Sciences

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    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Higher education institutions which must adopt themselves to the rapid changes in the world should measure their performance and connect it to a system in the process of continuous development and improvement. Balanced Scorecard which offers an opportunity to the institutions to evaluate their performance from so many different aspects comes to the fore in performance measurement systems and is widely used. In this study, a Balanced Scorecard which can be used in higher education institutions has been proposed. This study, designed as a case study, has been carried out at the Çanakkale Vocational School of Social Sciences. The data obtained from the primary and secondary sources has been analyzed via the descriptive analysis. First, the current situation of the college has been discussed, then performance dimensions, objectives and measures of the Balanced Scorecard have been identified considering the mission, the vision and SWOT analysis results of the college and the applicability of the Balanced Scorecard have been evaluated. As a result, it is concluded that Balanced Scorecard can be formed in all units of the universities and applied effectively in academic and administrative units.

  19. The Business English Teaching in Vocational Technology College

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    张洁

    2013-01-01

    The vocational business English teaching should adapt to the requirments of enterprise, focus on the practical applica⁃tion of business English, and empolder a teaching mode with vocational characteristics.

  20. Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries

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    Poor, Charles R.

    1975-01-01

    Reviews historical development of organized vocational rehabilitation programming for the spinal cord injured in the United States. Significant factors that affect vocational rehabilitation outcomes with spinal cord injured persons are listed and discussed. (Author)

  1. Bilingual Vocational Education for Youths with Limited English Proficiency.

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    Bateman, Mary Jo

    1993-01-01

    Describes the Bilingual Vocational Education Program for Refugee Youth in Richmond, Virginia. Presents data that support the concept of mainstreaming refugee youth with limited English proficiency into public vocational education programs using the assistance of bilingual aides. (Author)

  2. Effective Management of Wastages in Vocational Education for ...

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    Jul 26, 2012 ... Abstract. This paper focused on the management of wastages in vocational Education for sustainable ... A number of strategies were proffered to curb wastages in vocational ..... CHEEBAL Global Prints, Ltd. Offiong A.A., Okon ...

  3. Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice and Postulated Value Dimensions.

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    Laudeman, Kent A.; Griffeth, Paul

    1978-01-01

    The validity of Holland's vocational personality types and their relationship to value dimensions were examined in light of Holland's theory of vocational choice. The results generally supported Holland's postulated personality typologies and value dimensions. (Author/JKS)

  4. Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice and Postulated Value Dimensions.

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    Laudeman, Kent A.; Griffeth, Paul

    1978-01-01

    The validity of Holland's vocational personality types and their relationship to value dimensions were examined in light of Holland's theory of vocational choice. The results generally supported Holland's postulated personality typologies and value dimensions. (Author/JKS)

  5. Teachers’ perceptions of the coaching role in secondary vocational education

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    Ketelaar, Evelien; Den Brok, Perry; Beijaard, Douwe; Boshuizen, Els

    2012-01-01

    Ketelaar, E., Den Brok, P., Beijaard, D., & Boshuizen, H. P. A. (2012). Teachers’ perceptions of the coaching role in secondary vocational education. Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 64(3), 295-315. doi:10.1080/13636820.2012.691534

  6. 职业教育校企合作制度设计探析%Analysis of the Design of School-Enterprise Partnerships in Vocational Education

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    邓志虹

    2015-01-01

    以制度经济学的视角探究职业教育校企合作制度设计的内涵.针对"市场失效"问题,对于国民经济有重要意义的职业教育发展问题,作为提供"公共产品"、满足"公共利益"的政府,应在校企合作中起到主导作用.宏观层面上,校企合作制度设计应在政府主导下搭建框架与平台;中微观层面,在具体路径与实施上可借鉴世界银行项目管理的经验,政府采购校企合作项目;此外,还应发挥企业、职业院校的"双主体"作用.%This paper is intended to explore the implication of the design of school-enterprise partnerships in voca-tional education from the perspective of institutional economics. As the development of the vocational education is of significance to national economy, the government, part of whose functions is to provide pubic goods to meet pub-lic interests, shall play a leading role in the school-enterprise partnerships. At the macro level, the frameworks and platforms should be set up under government's guidance for the design of school-enterprise partnership;at the inter-mediate and micro levels, the government, by drawing the experience from the World Bank in project management in terms of specific paths and implementation, may procure for school-enterprise partnerships projects; moreover; it shall give play to the"double-player"role of enterprises and vocational schools.

  7. The European Dimensions of Vocational Training

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The research examined the connection between vocational education, training and the world of work, and the social situation in Hungary in a European outlook. The accentual issues of the analysis disclosing the problem are: youth unemployment, the tendencies of secondary vocational education, proportions of enrollment and the features of training tendencies, the growing number of early dropouts, the effect of family background on student performance. This work tried to find the answer to the question: What variations have the changes in the regulations of vocational training, encouraging dual education brought on in the connection between trainers and work places? The research did not prove that the central vocational training system would be more effective than a varied, flexible, permeable, transparent decentralized operation with parts built on each other. The introduction of the complex exam overshadowed the evaluation of the competency areas, and fits less to the modularity of the framework curricula. With the legal regulation of vocational training in force the modular system has become a formality. Taking prior knowledge into account has become more difficult. The efficiency of professional structural decisions is questionable, it has not triggered the extension of employment among career starters, and does not mean a guarantee of finding a job either. Creating the motivation of economic role players may bring on steps forward to take up bigger tasks in vocational training. The research has confirmed the importance of improving the basic competency areas when planning vocational training, of life-long learning, of practice orientation, and also of the continuous connection with the labor market.

  8. Evolution of vocational rehabilitation competencies in Australia.

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    Matthews, Lynda R; Buys, Nicholas; Randall, Christine; Biggs, Herbert; Hazelwood, Zoe

    2010-06-01

    Over the past decade, there has been growth in the delivery of vocational rehabilitation services globally, as countries seek to control disability-related expenditure, yet there has been minimal research outside the United States on competencies required to work in this area. This study reports on research conducted in Australia to determine current job function and knowledge areas in terms of their importance and frequency of use in the provision of vocational rehabilitation. A survey comprising items from the Rehabilitation Skills Inventory-Amended and International Survey of Disability Management was completed by 149 rehabilitation counselors and items submitted to factor analysis. T-tests and analyses of variance were used to determine differences between scores of importance and frequency and differences in scores based on work setting and professional training. Six factors were identified as important and frequently used: (i) vocational counseling, (ii) professional practice, (iii) personal counseling, (iv) rehabilitation case management, (v) workplace disability case management, and (vi) workplace intervention and program management. Vocational counseling, professional practice and personal counseling were significantly more important and performed more frequently by respondents in vocational rehabilitation settings than those in compensation settings. These same three factors were rated significantly higher in importance and frequency by those with rehabilitation counselor training when compared with those with other training. In conclusion, although 'traditional' knowledge and skill areas such as vocational counseling, professional practice, and personal counseling were identified as central to vocational rehabilitation practice in Australian rehabilitation agencies, mean ratings suggest a growing emphasis on knowledge and skills associated with disability management practice.

  9. My opinion of the secondary vocational school form teacher's work%中职班主任工作之我见

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    胡春艳

    2013-01-01

    Most of the students attends secondary vocational school is due to the failure of senior high school entrance examination or th e poverty of the family.Treatment of secondary vocational school students, the form teacher should pay greater efforts to keep them growing sturdily in the right direction:Based on various types of student characteristics, carrying out careful and strict guidance education work;Stren gthen the construction of class, creating a harmonious atmosphere; Special attention should be paid to help students build up confidence, cultivate and increase the students' interest in learning, to form a good style of study;Pay attention to the class construction, promote the class management, and promote the survival and the development of secon dary vocational schools.%  就读中职的学生多数是由于家庭、社会和学校等诸多因素,导致中考失利或者因为家庭贫困,而来到中职学校。对待中职生,班主任要付出更多更大的努力才能使他们朝着正确的方向茁壮成长:在掌握各种类型学生特点的基础上,针对性开展细致严格的引导教育工作;加强班集体建设,塑造和谐班风;要特别重视帮助学生树立信心,培养提高学生的学习兴趣,形成良好的学风;重视班委建设,促进班级的管理,进而促进中职学校的生存和发展。

  10. Evaluation and Research on the Learning Quality of Vocational School Students%职业院校学生学习质量评价与研究

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    2012-01-01

    Vocational schools for the evaluation of the quality of student learning or examinations,tests and other traditional single way.For the evaluation of the level of students' academic in this way a certain error and unscientific.So shall adopt the scientific method of evaluation,multi-angle,the whole process of evaluation.Evaluation of the quality of student learning should be based on the school situation,teacher evaluation,the overall quality of students' abilities and students to develop evaluation mechanisms.This paper for the analysis and discussion on issues of vocational school students learning quality evaluation system,and at the same time,for the quality evaluation system reform measures and programs for students in vocational schools.%职业院校对于学生学习质量的评价还是采用考试、测验等传统单一方式。这种方式对于学生学业水平的评价都存在一定的误差性和不科学性。所以应当采取科学的评价方法,多角度、全过程进行评价。评价学生的学习质量,应根据学校情况、教师评价、学生能力及学生综合素质来制定评价机制。本文就职业院校学生学习质量评价体系方面存在的问题进行分析和探讨,与此同时,针对职业院校学生学习质量评价体系方面改革措施和方案进行阐述。

  11. 20 CFR 229.81 - Refusal to accept vocational rehabilitation.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 20 Employees' Benefits 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Refusal to accept vocational rehabilitation... Refusal to accept vocational rehabilitation. The DIB O/M is not payable for any month in which the disabled employee refuses, without good reason, to accept vocational rehabilitation services...

  12. A Theory-Ridden, Computerless, Impersonal Vocational Guidance System.

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    Holland, John L.

    Beginning with a brief summary of the need for practical vocational guidance systems, the author explains his Self Directed Search for Educational and Vocational Planning (SDS), which was developed to provide a cheap, practical, vocational guidance system having a high degree of scientific validty and client effectiveness. The SDS is a…

  13. Institutionalization of Higher Vocational Education in China: A Neoinstitutionalist Perspective

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    Xiong, Jie

    2013-01-01

    From the perspective of neoinstitutionalism, higher vocational education has become an emerging institution in Chinese society. Its development over three decades entails a trend of institutionalization of higher vocational education. In such a process, higher vocational education is gaining legitimacy and experiencing isomorphic changes. Various…

  14. History of Adult Vocational Education in New Brunswick.

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    New Brunswick Dept. of Education, Fredericton (Canada).

    This paper traces the development of adult vocational education in New Brunswick from its beginning in 1918 to the present. Highlights summarize the adult vocational history before confederation and to World War I, when the first Vocational Education Act was passed in 1918. The paper then summarizes the events of World War I and the Depression…

  15. Vocational Profiles and Internship Quality among Portuguese VET Students

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    Gamboa, Vitor; Paixão, Maria Paula; de Jesus, Saúl Neves

    2014-01-01

    The provision of workplace-based experiences (internships) is an important component of the training program for students attending vocational education courses. The purpose of this study was to clarify the relationship between internship quality and students vocational development, considering students' vocational profiles, in a sample of 346…

  16. Working Partnerships: A Joint Venture in Vocational Education.

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    Campbell, Clifton P.

    Joint Ventures in Vocational Education projects link participating businesses with secondary vocational programs in a cooperative relationship. These are voluntary arrangements between vocational programs and a public or private sector agency that combine the energies and resources of the partners to enrich various aspects of the vocational…

  17. Recent Research on Labor Market Outcomes of Secondary Vocational Education.

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    Lewis, Morgan V.

    This paper synthesizes the results of recent research on the labor market outcomes associated with participation in secondary vocational education. It is based on 10 studies conducted with national data and reported since passage of the 1976 amendments to the Vocational Education Act of 1963. Despite the problems of analyzing vocational outcomes…

  18. The Vocational Baccalaureate: A Gateway to Higher Education?

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    Gendron, Benedicte

    2009-01-01

    Access to the baccalaureate and higher education in France has become more democratic. The introduction of the vocational baccalaureate has been part of this process, but remains a modest step forward given the very low take-up of vocational baccalaureate courses. If vocational education pathways in France are to become true gateways to higher…

  19. Critical Perspectives on Adolescent Vocational Guidance in Chile

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    McWhirter, Ellen Hawley; McWhirter, Benedict T.

    2012-01-01

    In this article, the lens of critical psychology is applied to adolescent career development and vocational guidance in Chile. The authors describe and critique the status of adolescent vocational guidance in Chile, the reproduction of extant social inequities in Chilean education, and offer recommendations for enhancing vocational guidance…

  20. The Relative Good of Work: Reconsidering Vocation Eschatologically

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    Vos, Pieter

    2017-01-01

    Vocation, interpreted as the calling of every individual believer to serve God in ordinary life, has been an important feature of Protestantism. However, not only has the notion of vocation gradually disappeared from the late modern understanding of work and profession, the identification of vocation and work has also been criticized by…

  1. Erik Erikson's Theory of Psychosocial Development and Vocational Behavior

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    Munley, Patrick H.

    1975-01-01

    Stage resolution attitudes, derived from the first six stage crises outlined by Erikson, were explored as variables influencing problems in vocational choice and vocational maturity. Findings indicated students who made adjusted vocational choices and developed mature career attitudes had also been more successful resolving the first six…

  2. Working Partnerships: A Joint Venture in Vocational Education.

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    Campbell, Clifton P.

    Joint Ventures in Vocational Education projects link participating businesses with secondary vocational programs in a cooperative relationship. These are voluntary arrangements between vocational programs and a public or private sector agency that combine the energies and resources of the partners to enrich various aspects of the vocational…

  3. Critical Perspectives on Adolescent Vocational Guidance in Chile

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    McWhirter, Ellen Hawley; McWhirter, Benedict T.

    2012-01-01

    In this article, the lens of critical psychology is applied to adolescent career development and vocational guidance in Chile. The authors describe and critique the status of adolescent vocational guidance in Chile, the reproduction of extant social inequities in Chilean education, and offer recommendations for enhancing vocational guidance…

  4. Financing Technical and Vocational Education: Modalities and Experiences.

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    German Foundation for International Development (DSE), Bonn (Germany).

    The two papers in this document explain various options and modalities for UNEVOC (International Project on Technical and Vocational Education) Member States' financing of their individual systems of technical and vocational education and disseminating experiences in this area. "Financing Vocational Education and Training in Developing…

  5. 中职学校会计专业实践课程体系建设的探究%Study on Practical Curriculum System Construction of Accounting Major in Secondary Vocational Schools

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    沈楠

    2013-01-01

    This paper analyzed the present situation of practical curriculum of accounting major in secondary vocational schools, in view of the problems existing in practical teaching of accounting curriculum in secondary vocational school, put forward some methods and suggestions on the construction of practical curriculum system of accounting major in secondary vocational schools.%  本文分析了中职学校会计专业实践课程的现状,针对中职会计课程实践性教学中存在的问题,提出建立中职学校会计专业实践课程体系的一些方法和建议。

  6. 中等职业学校办学特色的认识与思考%Understanding and Reflection of Characteristics of Secondary Vocational Schools

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    王玲; 彭海涛

    2013-01-01

      办学特色是中职学校发展的品牌生命力,也是当前中职学校发展的关键。当教育者争先谋求学校学科和专业门类的全方位发展时,认识办学特色的特征,进行学校发展过程的独创性构建显得尤为重要。中职学校办学特色的创建要以“类”特色为前提,找准自身发展的策略、最终构建独特先进的学校个性。%Features for running the school are the vitality and the key to operate a vocational school well .While educators have strived to fulfill complete progress comprising disciplines and specialties , features for running the school and the construc-tion of courses should be promoted simultaneously .And distinguishability should be taken as the premises of vocational schools advancement.Moreover, the unique tactics to be adopted to construct a school with its own characteristic .

  7. 试论职校生社会主义核心价值观的培养思路%The cultivation of vocational schools students' socialist core values

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    李志浩

    2015-01-01

    在当今社会意识形态和价值观念日益多元化的大背景下,职业学校德育工作面临着更多的问题和更大的挑战。本文认为,在新环境下职业学校首先需要打牢德育工作的根基,即对职校生社会主义核心价值观的培养,这不仅关系到职业学校德育工作能否产生应有的效果,更加关系到职校生的人格建构和职业生涯发展。本文从理论学习、价值认同、道德行为规范三个方面切入探讨职校生社会主义核心价值观的培养思路。%In this social ideology and values increasingly diversified, vocational school moral education work is facing more and more challenges. This paper argues that in the new environment vocational school first need to firm the foundation of the moral education work, to vocational schools to give birth to the cultivation of the socialist core values, it is not only related to the vocational school moral education work can produce due effect, more related to the construction of vocational schools raw personality and career development. Based on the theoretical study and value identity, moral norms into three aspects to explore vocational schools to give birth to the cultivation of the socialist core values.

  8. A REGIONAL INSTITUTE TO AID IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES, MATERIALS AND STUDENT EXPERIENCES FOR COORDINATORS AND INSTRUCTORS OF VOCATIONAL ORIENTATION PROGRAMS. FINAL REPORT.

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    BLAIR, MARGARET; AND OTHERS

    APPROXIMATELY 100 EDUCATORS FROM FIVE STATES AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS PARTICIPATED IN AN INSTITUTE TO HELP INSTRUCTIONAL AND GUIDANCE PERSONNEL IMPROVE THE VOCATIONAL ORIENTATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ARE PREPARING TO ENTER THE WORLD OF WORK. THE AGENDA CONSISTED OF SPEECHES ON VOCATIONS, GROUP SESSIONS TO DISCUSS VOCATIONAL PROGRAM…

  9. The Effects of Vocational Leadership Development for Individuals Who Participated in the Ohio Vocational Education Leadership Institute.

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    Leimbach, Gale John

    The effects of vocational leadership development were studied for 23 Fellows enrolled in the 1992 Ohio Vocational Education Leadership Institute (OVELI). A literature review focused on four components: leadership styles, educational leadership development, vocational leadership development, and visionary leadership development. The Leadership…

  10. THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE ACTIVITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NECESSITY OF KNOWING THE VOCATIONAL INTERESTS IN A DYNAMIC EUROPE

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    Maria-Elena, GHEORDUNESCU

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Strategy Europe 2020 aims to ensure an economic growth: smart, more efficient throught investment in education, reseatch and innovation; durable, by decisive orientation to a new economy with low-emisions of carbon dioxide and favorable to inclusion, by focusing on creating jobs and redcuing poverty. The priorites of the strategy will be achieved through five objectives, one which is linked to emplyment, namely: employment rate of 75% for population aged between 20 and 64 years. Providing such rate of occupancy implies policies at microeconomical level, but we consider also at individual level. So the young, future employees must be properly trained, and have the right to be able to handle a job. Current realities show that employers are interested in having by their side in accomplishing their goals, employees who are proactive, who improvise, who can cope with various demands in which they are involved, and respond positively to companies. They require a career choice to meet the vocational interests. Based on these issues, this paper aims to analyze the importance of knowing the vocational interests in school orientation by highlighting the correlation between the selected profile and personality of each. However, in this paper we try to show that school guidance is an early process and that if they knew their vocational interests, young people would be more decisive in the choice of future profession. We believe that, if the counseling activites and school oriantation would be conducted in a professiona way, youth might focus on those occupations which best define them and also could access appropriate university programs with favorable effects on employment levels.

  11. 中职生病理性网络使用调查%To Explore Pathological Internet Use of Secondary Vocational School Students

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    魏昶; 张碧云

    2015-01-01

    目的:考察中职生病理性网络使用的特点。方法:采用病理性网络使用量表对267名中职生进行调查。结果:男生病理性网络使用得分显著高于女生;独生子女中职生病理性网络使用得分显著高于非独生子女得分;学业排名和病理性网络使用显著负相关。结论:中职生病理性网络使用存在显著的性别和是否独生子女差异,需要更多关注男生和独生子女病理性网络使用。%Objective:To explore the status of pathological Internet use of secondary vocational school students. Method:A total of 267 secondary vocational school students were assessed about the Pathological Internet Use. Results:Boys’ score were significantly higher than girls’ in pathological Internet use; only child's scores in pathological Internet use were significantly higher than sibling child; a cademic ranking was significantly negative associated with pathological Internet use. Conclusion:Pathological Internet use of secondary vocational school students had significant differences among different genders and being only-child or not, it' s necessary to pay more attention to pathological Internet use of the boys and only-children.

  12. The role and meaning of vocations in the transition from education to work

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    Jørgensen, Christian Helms

    complex, and with growing problems of dropout and low retention rates. Secondary vocational education and training based on a Dual System and occupational labour markets are generally noted for having low levels of youth unemployment and a smooth transition to work. This is assumed to be an effect...... of the central institution of this regime, the vocation (‘Beruf') that provides a close link between education and work and a specific form of socialisation to working life. The Danish system of VET is based on this type of transition regime. Still the drop out rate of secondary vocational education has remained...... discusses some of the properties of this regime and reports the results of two studies on school to work transition that have followed the former vocational student 6 years after they completed their educations. A special interest was given to the role of vocations both considered as social institutions...

  13. Teaching Thoughts of Natural Medicine Chemistry of Higher Vocational School%高职高专天然药物化学教学体会

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    陈君; 裴世成; 冯学珍

    2012-01-01

    对高职高专天然药物化学教学,文章从激发学生兴趣,开展启发式、讨论式、比较教学的教学方法,采用多媒体教学5个方面阐述了自己的教学体会。%To teaching thoughts of natural medicine chemistry of higher vocational school,the text from five facets of excited student's study interst,heuristic teaching method,disussing tesching method,comparing teaching method,use multimedia to expatating my teaching thoughts.

  14. On English Teaching to Minority Students in Higher Vocational Schools%高职院校民语言学生英语教学问题探析

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    钟蜀玲

    2011-01-01

    English teaching to minority students with both English and students’ native languages is an important part of English teaching in higher vocational schools.The paper analyzes the problems in English class with all minority students and proposes some solutions.%民语言学生的英语教学是高职院校英语教学的一个重要组成部分,针对民语言学生英语教学中存在的问题,提出了相关的应对策略。

  15. Vocational and Technical Education Master's Employment-oriented Study

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    王晋琳

    2011-01-01

    In recent years,as China's rapid economic development,vocational and technical education has been gradually recognized by the society.As highly educated people,vocational and technical education graduate is an important force in the development of vocational education.But in reality,their employment orientation deviate from the trend of the profession and only a small part of them do related work after graducation.Combined with the current development status of vocational education,the article analysis the reasons of this problem and give policy recommendations,so as to create a good environment for vocational and technical education talented people.

  16. Reforming vocational didactics by implementing a new VET teacher education

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    Duch, Henriette; Andreasen, Karen Egedal

    2015-01-01

    A new education program, Diploma of Vocational Pedagogy, has recently been implemented in Denmark to upskill vocational college teachers and improve didactics at VET colleges in general. Among many challenges, vocational college teachers have to adapt their pedagogy to a large number of students...... interviews with students from the Diploma of Vocational Pedagogy program and concepts developed by Bernstein and Bourdieu, the article analyzes how these aspects might affect the development of new vocational didactics. We know that it is not easy to change the culture of educational institutions...

  17. Reforming vocational didactics by implementing a new VET teacher education

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    Duch, Henriette; Andreasen, Karen Egedal

    2015-01-01

    from backgrounds with no tradition for education. Despite historical changes, the education as vocational college teacher also struggles with the interplay between theory and practice in the program and great diversity among vocational college teachers. Based on empirical data from focus group......A new education program, Diploma of Vocational Pedagogy, has recently been implemented in Denmark to upskill vocational college teachers and improve didactics at VET colleges in general. Among many challenges, vocational college teachers have to adapt their pedagogy to a large number of students......, and the analysis uncovers several factors that are expected to hamper the development processes....

  18. Vocation in theology-based nursing theories.

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    Lundmark, Mikael

    2007-11-01

    By using the concepts of intrinsicality/extrinsicality as analytic tools, the theology-based nursing theories of Ann Bradshaw and Katie Eriksson are analyzed regarding their explicit and/or implicit understanding of vocation as a motivational factor for nursing. The results show that both theories view intrinsic values as guarantees against reducing nursing practice to mechanistic applications of techniques and as being a way of reinforcing a high ethical standard. The theories explicitly (Bradshaw) or implicitly (Eriksson) advocate a vocational understanding of nursing as being essential for nursing theories. Eriksson's theory has a potential for conceptualizing an understanding of extrinsic and intrinsic motivational factors for nursing but one weakness in the theory could be the risk of slipping over to moral judgments where intrinsic factors are valued as being superior to extrinsic. Bradshaw's theory is more complex and explicit in understanding the concept of vocation and is theologically more plausible, although also more confessional.

  19. Investigation of Learning Behaviors and Achievement of Vocational High School Students Using an Ubiquitous Physics Tablet PC App

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    Purba, Siska Wati Dewi; Hwang, Wu-Yuin

    2017-01-01

    In this study, we designed and developed an app called Ubiquitous-Physics (U-Physics) for mobile devices like tablet PC or smart phones to help students learn the principles behind a simple pendulum in Physics. The unique characteristic of U-Physics is the use of sensors on mobile devices to collect acceleration and velocity data during pendulum swings. The data collected are transformed to facilitate students' understanding of the pendulum time period. U-Physics helped students understand the effects of pendulum mass, length, and angle in relation to its time period. In addition, U-Physics was equipped with an annotation function such as textual annotation to help students interpret and understand the concepts and phenomena of the simple pendulum. U-Physics also generated graphs automatically to demonstrate the time period during which the pendulum was swinging. Results showed a significant positive correlation between interpreting graphs and applying formula. This finding indicated that the ability to interpret graphs has an important role in scientific learning. Therefore, we strongly recommend that physics teachers use graphs to enrich students' information content and understanding and negative correlation between pair coherence and interpreting graphs. It may be that most of the participants (vocational high school students) have limited skill or confidence in physics problem solving; so, they often seek help from teachers or their high-achieving peers. In addition, the findings also indicated that U-Physics can enhance students' achievement during a 3-week time period. We hope that this app can be globally used to learn physics in the future.

  20. Investigation of Learning Behaviors and Achievement of Vocational High School Students Using an Ubiquitous Physics Tablet PC App

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    Purba, Siska Wati Dewi; Hwang, Wu-Yuin

    2017-06-01

    In this study, we designed and developed an app called Ubiquitous-Physics (U-Physics) for mobile devices like tablet PC or smart phones to help students learn the principles behind a simple pendulum in Physics. The unique characteristic of U-Physics is the use of sensors on mobile devices to collect acceleration and velocity data during pendulum swings. The data collected are transformed to facilitate students' understanding of the pendulum time period. U-Physics helped students understand the effects of pendulum mass, length, and angle in relation to its time period. In addition, U-Physics was equipped with an annotation function such as textual annotation to help students interpret and understand the concepts and phenomena of the simple pendulum. U-Physics also generated graphs automatically to demonstrate the time period during which the pendulum was swinging. Results showed a significant positive correlation between interpreting graphs and applying formula. This finding indicated that the ability to interpret graphs has an important role in scientific learning. Therefore, we strongly recommend that physics teachers use graphs to enrich students' information content and understanding and negative correlation between pair coherence and interpreting graphs. It may be that most of the participants (vocational high school students) have limited skill or confidence in physics problem solving; so, they often seek help from teachers or their high-achieving peers. In addition, the findings also indicated that U-Physics can enhance students' achievement during a 3-week time period. We hope that this app can be globally used to learn physics in the future.

  1. The Effect of Dynamic Geometry Software on the Vocational High School Students' Succes for Teaching Bisector and the Median Concepts

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    Mihriban HACISALİHOĞLU KARADENİZ

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to examine the effect on the success of the students “Bisector and Median correspond at a point in a triangle” findings stated within Geometry course curriculum by using computer assisted teaching program Dynamic Geometer’s Sketchpad. During this study quasi experimental design was used on preliminary and posttest groups. This research was conducted on twenty five 10th grade students studying Computer Information Systems (CIS at Technical and Vocational High School. “A Success Test” consisting of 12 questions which had been previously formed through the observations of specialized teachers was used as preliminary and posttests. Each group was chosen without any meaningful difference between preliminary test results gathered. Two groups were formed due to preliminary test results: an experiment group T-10 class (13 students and a control group A-10A (12 students. It was targeted to access findings developed by Dynamic Geometer’s Sketchpad programmed in the experiment group but the control group wasn’t intervened. An independent sample t-test on pair comparison was used among different groups paired samples t-test was used on pair comparison among same groups. Findings achieved during the study revealed that Dynamic Geometer’s Sketchpad was more effective on students’ success than traditional teaching methods. A meaningful difference on behalf of the experiment group was determined within the independent sample t-test conducted on final test results. [t(23=3.176, p< .05]. These findings indicate that Dynamic Geometer’s Sketchpad software used in the experiment group is more effective on students’ success compared to traditional teaching methods used in control group.

  2. 中职班级职场化活动设计的研究与探索%The Research and Exploration of the Design of Secondary Vocational Schools' Workplace Professionalism Activities

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    许金生; 张婷婷; 李秀珠

    2016-01-01

    以职业生涯规划理论为指导,设计并开展系统的多样的富有创新精神的职场化班级活动,对学生进行有效的职业生涯教育,培养学生职业技能和职业精神,打造中职班级管理特色,总结班级职场化活动设计经验,为新时期中职班级活动开展提供有益借鉴。%Guided by career planning theories, this paper designs and systematically develops diverse and creative workplace ac-tivities. It promotes effective career planning education for stu-dents. With effective vocational education, students will be e-quipped with vocational skills and professional spirits. Workplace activities will also develop secondary vocational schools' class management features, and summarize vocational activity design-ing experience, thereby providing favorable experience for the secondary vocational schools' workplace activities.

  3. How to Teach Vocational School Accounting Courses in Ethnic Areas%如何教好民族地区高职高专学校会计专业课

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    王国明; 王秀兰

    2014-01-01

    Students minority areas have pervasive language barrier , poor basic features, making vocational vocational edu-cation face great difficulties. In recent years, the state department of education in the national education vocational school attaches great importance to the region, from different angles, different degrees of increased investment in education for eth-nic minority areas. In this paper, Tibet vocational education, for example, on how to teach vocational schools ethnic areas of accounting courses, combined with years of practice, talk about some of the views.%少数民族地区学生普遍存在语言不通、基础差等特点,使得高职高专的职业教育面临很大的困难。近几年,国家教育部门对民族地区高职高专学校的教育问题高度重视,从不同角度、不同程度地加大了对民族地区的教育投资。本文以西藏职业教育为例,就如何教好民族地区高职高专学校会计专业课,结合笔者多年的实践,谈一些看法。

  4. On the Head Teacher's Working Skills and Methods in Vocational School%职业学校班主任工作技巧和方法

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    潘正宏

    2011-01-01

    At present,vocational education is developing vigorously in China.The head teacher's work is particularly important in cultivating comprehensively developed vocational school graduates.As a vocational school teacher,he should unfold his work in accordance with students' psychological features and help them develop correct value of the life and the world,so as to cultivate a number of secondary professional technicians with healthy mental condition,the spirit of teamwork and good moral quality.%目前,我国正在大力发展职业教育。为了使学生全面发展,成为一名合格的毕业生,学校教育的任务相当迫切,其中班主任工作尤其重要。作为职业学校的班主任,应根据学生的心理特点,开展班主任工作,使之树立正确的人生观、世界观、价值观,成为全面发展的实用型人才。班主任是学生班集体的领导者和组织者,也是素质教育的主要实施者。职业学校的班主任要根据职校生的新特点,培养学生的健康心理、团结协作的精神和爱岗敬业的职业道德,以造就大批合格的中等专业技术人才。

  5. Documentary research of the talent cultivation assessment of higher vocational schools%高职人才培养工作评估文献研究

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    龙洋; 闻立欧; 赵晓燕; 吴方; 张广远

    2014-01-01

    为配合2013年教育部高职院校人才培养工作评估调研项目,对2008年以来有关高职教育评估的各类研究文献和政策文件进行了深度研究,梳理出学者、专家和政策制定者对高职人才培养工作评估的理性认识,在总结第二轮评估工作的实施效果、问题与不足的基础上,提出完善评估体系与管理体制、完善评估指标体系、改进评估数据与操作过程等一系列改进建议。%In order to finish the sub project of the Ministry of Education’s investigation and research project about the talent cultivation assessment of higher vocational schools, the research group have deeply studied all kinds of research literature and policy document of higher vocational education since 2008 and sorted out the rational knowledge of scholars, experts and policy makers about the talent cultivation assessment of higher vocational schools. Based on summarizing implementation effects and problems and insufficiency of the second assessment, the group brings forward a series of improving advice on the evaluation system and management system, the evaluation index system as well as the assessment data and operation process.

  6. 职业学校开展创业教育的探讨%Exploration on Entrepreneurship Education in Vocational Schools

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    吴皖林

    2011-01-01

    With the development of social economics and the adjustment of the industrial structure, entrepreneurship education is paid much attention all over the society. Consequently, vocational schools should carry out entrepreneurship education to satisfy the demands of market economy for the talents, to promote students to have a scientific outlook on development, to gear up vocational education to adapt the needs of future scientific development, as well as to advance students' ego lifelong development. Meanwhile, vocational schools should develop the entrepreneurship education by means of creating entrepreneurship atmosphere, building the distinctive entrepreneurship curricula, strengthening the construction of the entrepreneurship teaching faculty team, and providing chances for entrepreneurship education practice communication, etc.%随着我国社会经济的发展和产业结构的调整,创业教育受到了全社会的高度重视。职业学校要通过开展创业教育满足市场经济对人才培养的要求、促使学生树立全新的就业观、促进职业教育能适应未来社会发展的需要、促进学生的自我发展和终身发展。职业学校要努力营造创业文化氛围,构建具有创业特色的课程体系,加强创业教育师资队伍建设,搭建创业教育实践平台等途径实施创业教育。

  7. 中职生抑郁症现状调查分析及预防矫正%Secondary Vocational School Students' Depression Investigation Analysis and Prevention Correction

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    于树林

    2016-01-01

    2005年,丹东市文化艺术学校建立了心理咨询室,在咨询过程中发现学生抑郁症有逐年增长的趋势。2015年9月,抽样选取丹东市文化艺术学校500名学生,运用美国新一代心理治疗专家、宾夕法尼亚大学的David D · Burns博士设计出的自我诊断表“伯恩斯忧郁症清单(BDC)”,对学生进行了自我诊断测量,调查出了中职生抑郁症的现状,分析了中职生抑郁症的原因,提出中职生抑郁症的预防及矫正办法。%In 2005, Dandong City Cultural Art School established counseling room, found the students in the consultation pro-cess with depression have increased year by year trend. September 2015, Dandong City Cultural Arts sampling selected 500 school students, the use of the United States a new generation of therapists, the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. David D · Burns to design a self-diagnostic table,"Burns Depression Inventory (BDC)", the students self-diagnostic measurements, the investigations and the status of vocational students depression, analyzes the causes of depression vocational students, voca-tional students presented depression prevention and redress.

  8. Analysis and Countermeasures of Bad Behaviors of Secondary-Vocational School Student%中职生不良行为习惯的现状与对策

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    陈华峰; 张溪

    2011-01-01

    Exploring the present situation and causes of the bad behaviors of secondary-vocational school students, the article puts forward with the countermeasures to improve the behaviors of students according to the practices of moral education in secondary-vocational schools. That is to say, positive reinforcements are used to build and strengthen the students' good behavior while negative reinforcements are used to improve the bad behaviors. Meanwhile, the fully cooperation between school and family should be emphasized to take advantage of the role of family education.%了解中职生不良行为习惯的现状并分析其成因,根据班级德育教育的实践经验提出改变不良行为习惯的对策,即用正强化建立和巩固学生的良好行为习惯,用负强化矫正不良行为习惯,并采用家校合作充分发挥家庭教育的作用。

  9. Benchmarking Danish Vocational Education and Training Programmes

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    Bogetoft, Peter; Wittrup, Jesper

    This study paper discusses methods whereby Danish vocational education and training colleges can be benchmarked, and presents results from a number of models. It is conceptually complicated to benchmark vocational colleges, as the various colleges in Denmark offer a wide range of course programmes....... This makes it difficult to compare the resources used, since some programmes by their nature require more classroom time and equipment than others. It is also far from straightforward to compare college effects with respect to grades, since the various programmes apply very different forms of assessment...

  10. Questioning Styles in Vocational College English Classrooms

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    舒立志

    2011-01-01

    This study investigates the effects of TBLT reform in Higher Vocational Colleges from the perspective of questioning styles.It employs three methods to collect data:classroom observation,semi-structured interviews and focus group discussion with eight English teachers and their 384 non-English major students from three Higher Vocational Colleges in Guangdong.The results indicated that the teachers assigned students different tasks to perform in class.They seemed to be adopting the TBLT approach,but their English classes were not totally different from the teacher-centered grammar-focused lessons,the student-centered or communicative lessons.

  11. Collaborative learning in multicultural classrooms: a case study of Dutch senior secondary vocational education

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    Tielman, Kennedy; Brok, Perry den; Bolhuis, Sanneke; Vallejo, Bertha

    2011-01-01

    Abstract This research presents a descriptive study regarding collaborative learning in a multicultural classroom at a vocational education school in The Netherlands. The study bridges two domains of research: research on culturally diverse learning environments - which has mostly concerned primary

  12. The Effect of Occupational Information on a Computerized Vocational Counseling System.

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    Sharf, Richard S.

    1984-01-01

    Discusses the effect of giving or withholding occupational information in terms of impact on reliability and concurrent validity of a computerized vocational counseling system (Exploring Careers), used with 141 high school students. Results showed students found the program helpful. (JAC)

  13. Parenting as a Vocation: Lifelong Learning Can Begin in the Home.

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    Stehlik, Tom

    2003-01-01

    Reviews theories of adult learning over the lifespan grounded in anthroposophy, the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner's Waldorf Schools. Examines parenting as a vocation through this perspective and the implications for the learning needs of parents. (Contains 35 references.) (SK)

  14. THE QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF VOCATIONAL DIRECTORS AT THE LOCAL DISTRICT LEVEL IN THE STATE OF UTAH.

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    EDMUNDS, NIEL A.

    BECAUSE UTAH REQUIRES LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO EMPLOY VOCATIONAL DIRECTORS, A STUDY WAS UNDERTAKEN TO DETERMINE THEIR QUALIFICATIONS, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND DUTIES. DATA WERE OBTAINED FROM PERSONNEL IN 37 OF THE 40 SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN UTAH, 37 OF 50 STATE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DIRECTORS, 48 TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTIONS IN THE NATION, THE U.S.…

  15. Support from Teachers and Trainers in Vocational Education and Training: The Pathways to Career Aspirations and Further Career Development

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    Hofmann, Claudia; Stalder, Barbara E.; Tschan, Franziska; Häfeli, Kurt

    2014-01-01

    Transition from school to work is a challenging period for young people with learning difficulties. In the dual vocational system of Switzerland, teachers at vocational educational and training (VET)-schools, as well as trainers at VET-companies, provide important support. We were interested in the different pathways from this support to…

  16. Strong Vocational Education--A Safe Way to the Labour Market? A Case Study of the Czech Republic

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    Straková, Jana

    2015-01-01

    Background: In its communications, the European Commission stresses the importance of vocational education and endorses apprenticeship training. Educational systems that have dual tracks of academic alongside vocational learning routes have been shown to generate better labour market outcomes for school leavers and smooth the school-to-work…

  17. Brief Discussion of Correcting Misconducts of Students of Vocational Schools%浅谈对职校学生不良行为的矫正

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    石海

    2014-01-01

    misconduct is referred to the conduct that easily causes the juveniles to commit crimes , seriously violates social ethics but isn ’ t required criminal punishment . The education and conversion work to the misconduct students has been the key and difficult point in the vocational school work .On the basis of analyzing the characteristics of students of vocational schools ,it emphasizes the subjective and objective reasons for forming those misconducts and proposes the correcting methods for them during the instructional process .%不良行为指容易引发未成年人犯罪,严重违背社会公德,尚不够刑事处罚的行为,对有不良行为学生的教育转化工作一直是职校工作的重点和难点。文章在分析职校学生特点的基础上,着重分析了职校学生不良行为形成的主、客观原因,并提出要在教学中对学生的不良行为进行矫正的方法。

  18. 浅谈高职高专英语语法教学方法%English-grammar Teaching Methods in Higher Vocational Schools

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    许青

    2013-01-01

    Grammar is the most essential part in learning English. Students in Higher Vocational Schools mostly are poor in Eng-lish, particularly the grammar, which makes it harder for them to use English inside or outside the classroom. This paper firstly demonstrates the importance of learning grammar, and then the author gives some suggestions in teaching grammar on the basis of analyzing students from Higher Vocational Schools. These teaching methods consist of deduction, induction, task-based meth-od, and situational teaching method.%英语语法是学英语的基础。高职高专学生语法基础薄弱,很难在交际中正确的使用英语。该文通过说明学习语法的必要性,分析了高职高专院校学生英语学习现状,并在此基础上提出了自己在英语语法上的一些教学方法和建议,包括演绎归纳法,任务型教学法以及情景教学法,以加强语法教学。

  19. 高职新生英语自主学习状况调查%An investigation on autonomous learning of English among freshmen in higher vocational schools

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    王薇

    2012-01-01

    针对非英语专业高职新生的英语自主学习情况,通过问卷调查和访谈对辽宁科技学院168名该类学生进行了调查。结果表明,学生英语自主学习能力普遍较低,建议改变学生的依赖心理和原有的思维模式,培养学生语言学习的融合性动机,加强元认知和认知策略培训并营造卓有实效的课内外交际环境,改善高职英语教学。%In view of the autonomous learning of English among non-English majors in higher vocation- al schools, questionnaire and interviews were adopted to investigate 168 students in Liaoning Institute of Science and Technology (LIST). Findings show that the general autonomous learning ability is low. Sug- gestions were made that both psychological dependence and original thinking ways should be changed, integrated motivation should be fostered, training in cognitive and metacognitive strategies should be con- solidated, and effective social communication environment in and after class should be created so as to improve the English teaching of higher vocational schools.

  20. 浅谈中职生自信心的培养%Develop the Self-confidence of Students in Secondary Vocational School

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    郑李伟

    2014-01-01

    As long as a person experience a successful joy will inspire the pursuit of endless power and confidence of success. For the loss of self-confidence,muddle along,then the secondary vocational school students, self-confidence training like in the confusion of the sea lit a navigation beacon.From a headmaster’s point of view, from the seven aspects about self-confidence training of secondary vocational school students problem.%一个人只要体验一次成功的欢乐便会激起追求无休止成功的力量和信心。对于丧失自信、得过且过、自暴自弃的学生而言,自信心的培养犹如在迷茫的大海上点燃一盏导航的明灯。从班主任的角度出发,从七个方面谈论了中职生自信心培养的问题。

  1. Re-Contextualizing Vocational Didactics in Norwegian Vocational Education and Training

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    Hæge Nore

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available This article explores teachers and trainers didactical practices in different contexts in Norwegian VET: schools and workplaces. With the introduction of e-resources and e-portfolios in VET, learners as well as teachers and trainers experience a more hybrid learning-arena, which claims for a recontextualization of vocational didactics as well as re-defining roles and responsibilities of the actors. The article discuss new forms of boundary crossing, dealing with e-portfolios as boundary objects, increasing learner autonomy, transformative learning outcomes, interaction between actors and designing learning processes in hybrid learning-arenas. Vocational didactics as understood in a teacher-training context are challenged by more actors and new forms of interactivity with technological tools crossing sites. The study is based on a longitudinal study in a national project on quality assessment, interviews with teachers and trainers as well as apprenticeship training offices supported by documentary evidence from three trades: sales, plumbing and industrial mechanics.

  2. Research on School Training Current Situation the Development of Outward Bound of Higher Vocational Colleges in Jiangsu Province%江苏省高职院校拓展训练校内培训开展情况研究

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    顾问

    2015-01-01

    通过对江苏省高职院校拓展训练校内培训开展的现状调查研究,构建符合高职教育规律的拓展训练培训实践操作模式,提升拓展训练校内培训的针对性、实效性,从而更系统高效地助推高职学生综合素质提升.%Through the investigation and research on the current situation of the development of outward bound of higher vocational colleges in Jiangsu province, the practical operation mode of the higher vocational education was constructed, which can improve the pertinence and effectiveness of the school training so as to more efficient improve the comprehensive quality of higher vocational college students.

  3. Build effective financial management system of secondary vocational school%构建有效的中职学校财务管理体制

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    陈斌兴

    2015-01-01

    新形势下中等职业学校的财务管理工作面临很多新情况,学校要转变理财观念,深化改革,加强理财队伍建设,使财务管理工作更好地为学校建设和发展服务。%Under the new situation, the financial management of secondary vocational school is facing many new situations, school is changing the concept of financial management, deepen reform, strengthen the financial management team construction, make the financial management work better service for school construction and development.

  4. 中高职数学课程衔接的瓶颈及其对策%The Bottle-neck of Curriculum Articulation of Mathematics in Secondary School and Higher Vocational School and Its Countermeasures

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    万里亚

    2014-01-01

    课程衔接是中高职教育衔接的核心与关键,针对数学课程衔接中的诸多问题,必须从课程标准、课程结构、课程教学、学生学习方法等方面采取有效措施,才能实施中高职数学课程的有效衔接。%Curriculum articulation is the essence and the core of secondary school education and higher vocational education. As to many problems related to curriculum articulation of mathematics, we should take measures to efficiently implement the plan of curriculum articulation of mathematics on aspects of curriculum syllabus, curriculum structure, curriculum teaching and students' learning strategy in secondary and higher vocational school.

  5. Perspectives on Vocational Behavior, 1986: A Review.

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    Slaney, Robert B.; Russell, Joyce E. A.

    1987-01-01

    Based on perspectives of counseling psychology and industrial/organizational psychology, this article reviews publications relevant to vocational behavior that appeared during 1986. Of the over 700 articles and 70 books or book chapters located, slightly less than one-half are reviewed. (Author/NB)

  6. Global Reconstructions of Vocational Education and Training

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    Avis, James

    2012-01-01

    In this introduction to the special issue, the author examines the wider context within which vocational education and training (VET) is set and the surrounding debates. He considers the prominence of neoliberalism and notions of competitiveness, crisis, skill and knowledge. Despite differences between systems of VET with respect to their reach…

  7. John Holland's Vocational Typology and Personality Theory.

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    Hogan, Robert; Blake, Rex

    1999-01-01

    The literature provides evidence of links between measures of personality and vocational interests as theorized by Holland. Personality and interest assessments offer critical information for predicting career success. Personality assessment reflects the individual viewed by an observer and interest measurement reflects the individual's…

  8. Vocational Rehabilitation for Women with Disabilities.

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    Stace, Sheila

    1987-01-01

    Women with disabilities have limited access to the labor market owing to the double disadvantage of being both disabled and female. The current rehabilitation system is inadequate to meet this population's needs. Further research, broader action programs, changes in vocational rehabilitation, and active measures against discrimination are needed.…

  9. Achieving Sex Equity via Vocational Education.

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    Goetsch, David L.; Gulledge, Earl N.

    1981-01-01

    Reviews the women's rights movement and discusses the evolution of society's attitudes toward women. Discusses the goals and methods of Okaloosa-Walton Junior College Sex Equity Plan, a vocational education program for achieving sex equity. Highlights five major components: education, student recruitment, self-paced, self-directed instruction, job…

  10. Ordinal Position Research Related to Vocational Interest

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    Gandy, Gerald L.

    1974-01-01

    Birth order studies directly related to vocational interest were reviewed to discern support for certain theoretical susumptions: firstborns are more directing, controlling, and organizing than later borns and later borns are more sociable, empathic, and sympathetic than firstborns. The research was inconsistent, contradictory, and speculative.…

  11. Evaluating Vocational Programs: A Three Dimensional Model.

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    Rehman, Sharaf N.; Nejad, Mahmoud

    The traditional methods of assessing the academic programs in the liberal arts are inappropriate for evaluating vocational and technical programs. In traditional academic disciplines, assessment of instruction is conducted in two fashions: student evaluation at the end of a course and institutional assessment of its goals and mission. Because of…

  12. Vocational Teacher Stress and Internal Characteristics.

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    Adams, Elaine

    1999-01-01

    A survey of 235 Virginia vocational teachers examined 6 internal characteristics that would affect stress: role preparedness, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, illness symptoms, locus of control, and self-esteem. Role preparedness, illness symptoms, and self-esteem were significant contributors in explaining teacher stress. (SK)

  13. Vocational perspectives after spinal cord injury

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    Schonherr, MC; Groothoff, JW; Mulder, GA; Eisma, WH; Schönherr, M.C.

    2005-01-01

    Objective: To give insight into the vocational situation several years after a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) and describe the personal experiences and unmet needs; to give an overview of health and functional status per type of SCI and their relationship with employment status. Design: Descript

  14. Agribusiness Management. The Connecticut Vocational Agriculture Curriculum.

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    EASTCONN Regional Educational Services Center, North Windham, CT.

    These materials in agribusiness management for the Connecticut Vocational Agriculture Curriculum were designed for use in the following areas: Animal Science; Plant Science; Agricultural Mechanics; and Natural Resources and Aquaculture. Each unit of this competency-based guide contains title of unit, unit length, grade level, objectives, teacher…

  15. Dental Assisting Course. Bilingual Vocational Instructional Materials.

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    Lopez-Cox, Guadalupe

    This course in dental assisting, one of a series of bilingual English-Spanish vocational education courses, is designed to prepare the student to assist the dentist at the chairside in the dental operatory, to perform reception and clerical functions, and to carry out selected dental laboratory work. The course covers an introduction to the…

  16. Special Education and Vocational Education Compatibility.

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    Yoshinaga, Myrtle E.; Kallman, James R.

    1977-01-01

    The differences in the developmental philosophies of vocational education personnel and special education personnel, and the effects of these differences on students, are discussed. The need to examine specific job skills, to work with groups and modify group-developed materials, and to look at individual students prescriptively are discussed.…

  17. Children's Vocational Development: A Research Rationale

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    Porfeli, Erik J.; Hartung, Paul J.; Vondracek, Fred W.

    2008-01-01

    Vocational development research and interventions have focused primarily on adolescents and young adults. The lack of attention to career development antecedents in children has led to a serious neglect of this period of life when the foundation is laid for career choices and outcomes in later life. A harmful by-product is the frequent preclusion…

  18. Integrating Computer Literacy into the Vocational Curriculum.

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    Whatley, Myra N.

    In the summer of 1983, a centralized microcomputer laboratory was established on the Sarasota County Vocational Technical Center campus. Computers (IBM PCs, APPLE IIes, and TRS-80s) were installed and the teacher who had written the program proposal was chosen to teach the course of instruction to be offered by the laboratory. When classes began…

  19. Research and Development Needs of Vocational Education.

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    Lewis, Morgan V., Ed.

    Intended to provide information on applied research and development (R&D) priorities in vocational education and on the type of R&D required for each need, this report is divided into (1) an introduction to the problem and procedures, (2) a content analysis of selected documents, and (3) background papers for selected need areas. Chapter 1…

  20. Anticipating Future Influences on Vocational Education.

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    Lewis, Morgan V.; And Others

    In a study conducted to identify the major forces that appear likely to influence vocational education in the next three to five years, a general model or conceptual framework was developed and modified by suggestions from a panel of experts. The following were identified as major influences: (1) a gradual decrease in the number of secondary…