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Investigating of the conceptions of employer and master instructors on students from vocational education center  [cached]
Abdullah I??klar,Ali Haydar ?ar,Mustafa Ko?
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: This study is aimed to investigate the conceptions of employer and master instructors on students from vocational education center. Workgroup of the study comprises totally 318 people who work as employers and master instructors in the field of production and serving in Kayseri and Sakarya cities, in 2011. Data is collected via personal information form and determining conceptions of employer and master instructors on students in vocational education survey, which was developed by researchers for the purpose of determining the conceptions of employers and master instructors on students from vocational education center. Descriptive analysis such as frequency and percent was used in data analysis. Besides, Kay- square technique was used according to positions of employers and master instructors, by the aim of determining the conceptions of employers and master instructors on students from vocational education. According to research, significant differences between conceptions of employers and master instructors about students from vocational education center were found. Results of the study were discussed in related literature and submitted suggestions for future studies.
MOOCs of Inclusive Technology in Teacher Education for Vocational Education  [PDF]
Rosana Wagner, Sandra Piovesan, Liliana Passerino, José Valdeni De Lima, Carlos De Castro Lozano
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.617187
Abstract: Technology is a strong ally the transformation and adaptation of new knowledge, through the use of technology environments as virtual learning environments and virtual reality environments can be made more dynamic learning. This work is part of the training of teachers who work in vocational courses so that they can work with people with disabilities and insert them into the labor market, adapting their job according to your needs. For this we used technological resources that assist in training and make this more dynamic training, adapting to Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs). The technological environment developed as well as the selected learning objects were made available to participants. Questionnaires regarding usability and functionality were performed, allowing to generate an overview of the training provided to these teachers.
Factor Analysis of Competency of Computer Teacher at Vocational Certificate Level  [PDF]
Punnee Leekitchwatana, Paitoon Pimdee, Sangutai Moto
Creative Education (CE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.45051

The research objectives were to analysis the factor and construct the questionnaire on competency of computer teacher at vocational certificate level of educational institute under Office of Vocational Education Commission (OVEC). The descriptive research and structural relationship model were used for the study. Sample groups comprised of 1) 90 experts and 2) 200 educational institutes under OVEC. Research instruments were questionnaires on competency of computer teacher at vocational certificate level for: 1) experts and 2) educational institutes. Data analysis were conducted with: 1) Exploratory factor analysis by using SPSS for Windows for data from experts, 2) The second order confirmatory factor analysis with LISREL 8.72 program and Cronbach’s α formula for data from educational institutes. Research results revealed that competency of computer teacher at vocational certificate level composed of 12 components from 62 variables covered 3 domains of knowledge, skill, and affection. Those 12 components were general knowledge about education, knowledge about curriculum, knowledge about teaching, knowledge about e-Learning and e-Media, knowledge about IT support, knowledge about computer use, teaching skill, skill about e-Learning

Kojusheva Evgenija Aleksandrovna,Petuhova Irina Sergeevna
Magister Dixit , 2011,
Abstract: The article is devoted to the studying of globalization modern lines, difficult and debatable processes in the higher vocational education, including Internet role in the interference of two spaces "informational" and educational. The shown cases give the picture of informational processes of higher vocational education at the present stage, and conclusions of the authors and their predictions offer a clearer view of probable models of its development in the future.
Behavioral Disorders in Vocational Schools for Special Education. A Pilot-study using the Teacher‘s Report Form and the Youth Self Report
Roland Stein,Harald Ebert
Empirische Sonderp?dagogik , 2010,
Abstract: 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 disorders in general, in those specific disorders in the foreground, in differences between some groups of the population and in supplementary qualitative information.Whereas disorder quotas coming from the TRF data were unexpectedly low, YSR data showed just the contrary. The latter findings were supported by the partially impressive qualitative information. Furthermore, differences in the occurrence of disorders between women and men as well as between special subgroups such as young workers without vocational training, persons in courses of vocational preparation and in some various courses of vocational training are being discussed. Finally, in regard of the results of this pilot study, potentials and problems of the used methods are subject to investigation.
P. S. Yaduma,Dabo B. Hammad
Academic Research International , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to find out the determinants of entrepreneurial potentials among vocational technical teacher education students in North eastern states of Nigeria. The population of the study was 766 while the sample was 497. A non dichotomous structured questionnaire was subjected to validation. The internalconsistency reliability yielded 0.89 using the alpha method. The methods of analysis used include mean, standard deviation and analysis of variance. The respondents differ significantly on the characteristics that determine entrepreneurial potentials. Thus a post-hoc test was conducted using Turkey Honestly Significant Difference which revealed that the difference was from students’ weaknesses in identifying the personality potentials that induce entrepreneurial traits. One of the major findings was that ability to work extra hours was considered as an undesirable trait forpotential entrepreneur.
Database Establishment and Practice on the Vocational Education Periodicals in Tianjin Engineering Teacher’s College

Yang Jing Li Hong,

现代图书情报技术 , 2005,
Abstract: In the process of building up the digital library,every university in China makes a great effort to set up the resources of literature and particular databases of its own.This paper introduces the database establishment and practice on the vocational education periodicals based on the special needs of the students and faculty of Tianjin Engineering Teacher's College.
Evaluation Of Teacher’ Ideas On Modular Education Used At Anatolian Hotel and Tourism Vocational High Schools
Cihan SE??LM??,Kurban üNLü?NEN
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2010,
Abstract: In this study, the applicability in compliance to its goals, of the proficiency based modular curriculums that has been put into practice throughout all vocational high schools according to the Strengthening Vocational and Technical Education Project, has beenevaluated regarding the execution in hospitality and tourism vocational high schools. The research was conducted using surveys applied to teachers. The population of the surveys on the teachers consists of tourism vocational course teachers in hospitality and tourism vocational high schools.Results reveal that there exists problems with modular curriculums and their applications. Teachers think that definitions, content and aims in the prepared curriculum was adequate to provide the required proficiency levels. In conclusion, some suggestions as to rid themodular education system of its current defects were presented.
Discussing on Promoting the Innovation of Head Teacher Management in the Construction of Secondary Vocational School Transformation

Creative Education Studies (CES) , 2013, DOI: 10.12677/CES.2013.12006
Class management is an important part of the standardized managements in school at any time, especially in the construction of secondary vocational school transformation. It occupies an important position, plays a prominent role and the effect of it is obvious. The article analyses and studies three aspects of head teacher management in vocational schools: establishing the management concept to adapt the construction of secondary vocational school transformation; improving the management mechanism compatible with the construction of secondary vocational school transformation; exploring the management methods to fit with the construction of secondary vocational school transformation. Consequently, it continuously improves teachers’ management capabilities and provides a theoretical basis for standardized managements on the construction of secondary vocational school transformation.
The Analysis on the Performance Management of Secondary Vocational School Teachers Based on Balanced Scorecard
Xiaoli Deng
Education Research Frontier , 2012,
Abstract: In view of the performance evaluation situation of secondary vocational school in our country, basing on the balanced score card theories (BSC) and the working characteristics of specialized course teachers, this paper analyzes the theoretical feasibility of the BSC performance management model of secondary vocational school teacher, improves the general process of secondary vocational school teacher performance management system, and discusses the problems which should be paid attention to in the application of the system. It can be concluded that the BSC is an effective tool for performance management in the secondary vocational school and the BSC performance management model can effectively guide the development of teachers.
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