study of curriculums for occupational preparation and education (Scope program, Phase 1).

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Other titlesSCOPE program, phase 1. Final report.
ContributionsUnited States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. Bureau of Research.
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The major objective of the Study of Curriculums for Occupational Preparation and Education (SCOPE) is to coordinate and contribute to national curriculum development effort at the secondary school level aimed at increasing the relevance of high school education for the large majority of our youth who must seek employment or further job training upon : Bruce Tuckman.

In 2 years of activity the Study of Curriculums for Occupational Preparation and Education (SCOPE) has moved in the direction of systematic, interdisciplinary, self-improving curriculum development.

A major product of this phase of the study is a three-dimensional (domain-process-object) taxonomy covering the perceptual, cognitive, affective, and psychomotor : Bruce W. Tuckman. The major objective of the Study of Curriculums for Occupational Preparation and Education (SCOPE) is to coordinate and contribute to national curriculum development at the secondary school level.

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SCOPE programs attempt to increase the relevance of high school education for the majority of students who must seek employment or further job training upon : Bruce W. Tuckman. A systems model for the design and management of instruction in occupational fields is described.

The model is broken down into these phases: (1) analysis, in Skip to main content. The model is broken down into these phases: (1) analysis, in which occupational tasks are specified via task analysis, tasks are restated as behavioral objectives and a sequence is specified for the objectives, (2) synthesis, in which instructional activities are specified and evaluative procedures designed, and (3) operation, in which instructional activities are carried out and evaluative data is : Bruce W.

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