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VOED 240. Organization and Administration of Vocational Education. 3 credits.
An introduction to the field of vocational education. Emphasis is placed
on an examination of the philosophical foundations of vocational education,
legislative foundations and programmatic structures.
VOED 380. Competency-Based Education in Vocational Education. 3 credits.
Methods, procedures and techniques in using the V-TECS system and other
related instructional materials necessary for effective implementation of
competency-based instruction in vocational education.
VOED 383. Classroom Methodology and Lab Management. 3 credits.
A study of the appropriate techniques and programmatic structures necessary
to provide instruction in vocational education at the secondary level. Emphasis
is placed on hands-on activities to strengthen instructional skills.
VOED 385. Advising Student Organizations. 3 credits.
A study of the role and nature of cocurricular student organizations in
secondary vocational education programs. Emphasis is placed on the skills
necessary for the effective administration of such programs. Field experiences
VOED 400. Cooperative Vocational Education Methods. 3 credits.
A study of cooperative vocational education programs and the appropriate
methodology to administer those programs. Emphasis placed on the skills
necessary to operate effective cooperative education programs. Field experience
VOED 480. Student Teaching in Vocational Education. 12 credits.
Teaching experience in public secondary school classrooms under the supervision
of experienced teachers and a university supervisor. Prerequisite: PSYC
160, 270 and EDUC 360; the appropriate methods courses and permission of
the coordinator of field experiences.
VOED 486. Practicum in the Lab Setting. 3 credits.
A practicum experience for individuals seeking endorsement in secondary
vocational education in one of the following areas: marketing education,
trade and industrial education or health occupations education; a part-time
experience in the appropriate lab setting for eight weeks.
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