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Genesis and Early Evolution of the Yearbook Series of the American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education

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Patrick Foster

Central Connecticut State University, US
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An Associate Professor in the Technology and Engineering Education Department at Central Connecticut State University.

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Abstract

This article is an attempt to trace the development of the ACIATE yearbook series to the point at which it established the modus operandi in place today. I sought to discover why and how the series evolved into a form so different from the original plan. In addition to published materials, I drew upon a number of primary sources in the archives of the American Industrial Arts Association (AIAA), the parent organization of the ACIATE. These records are part of the archives of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA), held by the Helen A. Ganser Library, Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Although reliance on the Kinzy (1973) study is problematic, his section on “The Prodigious Undertaking” (pp. 102-112) included valuable data unavailable in the archives.

How to Cite: Foster, P. (2011). Genesis and Early Evolution of the Yearbook Series of the American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education. Journal of Technology Education, 22(2), 22–41. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v22i2.a.2
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Published on 22 Mar 2011.
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