An Innovated Teaching Technique for Occupation Investigation

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This study enhances student acceptance of career investigation and contains extensive lesson plans for each day of the school year, plus one copy of each handout to be duplicated. The classroom is run as a business where students work for the instructor and are paid by check at the end of each week. Money is deposited on account and used to purchase course grades. The more money the student earns, the higher grade he can purchase. The findings show that students learn more about careers. Students became aware that the higher paying career fields required more schooling and/or training, resulting ... continued below

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iii, 262 leaves : ill.

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Marburger, Rodney Ging December 1985.

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This study enhances student acceptance of career investigation and contains extensive lesson plans for each day of the school year, plus one copy of each handout to be duplicated. The classroom is run as a business where students work for the instructor and are paid by check at the end of each week. Money is deposited on account and used to purchase course grades. The more money the student earns, the higher grade he can purchase. The findings show that students learn more about careers. Students became aware that the higher paying career fields required more schooling and/or training, resulting in changed attitudes about school. They were able to see how the relationship of the learning process could determine their future.

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Marburger, Rodney Ging. An Innovated Teaching Technique for Occupation Investigation, thesis, December 1985; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc503932/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .