ADED 714 Chapter 8 PPP 2

ADED 714 Chapter 8 PPP 2 - Chapter 8: Vocational Education...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/13/10 Chapter 8: Vocational Education Occupational Entry, Change, and Development Julia A. McCain
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5/13/10 The Broader Implications To what degree should the schools be in the business of providing trained workers for the nation’s industry? Is vocational education primarily an individual or a social benefit? Should the colleges get paid on some pro rata basis only when the trainees have been employed?
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5/13/10 Merging Academic and Vocational Studies All contemporary education is vocational since it is designed for people who will enter the workforce. Partnership between community colleges and employers can facilitate integration of the two (academic and vocational). The curriculum for some vocational and bachelor studies are looking similar because employers have higher expectations for levels of competency (reading, writing, critical thinking, leadership abilities) and interpersonal skills
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5/13/10 Merging Academic and Vocational Studies Con’t
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2010 for the course ADED ADED714 taught by Professor Okpala during the Spring '10 term at N.C. A&T.

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ADED 714 Chapter 8 PPP 2 - Chapter 8: Vocational Education...

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