The development of a performance-based adult high school diploma program at Linn Benton Community College : a case study Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this case study was to describe the development of an adult high school diploma program at Linn Benton Community College, Specifically, the purposes of this study are: (1) the creation of an instructional approach utilizing performance objectives as a means of satisfying the minimum adult high school graduation requirements as determined by the State of Oregon and Linn Benton Community College, (2) the development of procedures and guidelines including the jurisdictional release of high school students, record-keeping and counseling these students in the program leading to the adult diploma, Description of Program Development The implementation of this program involved three phases: Phase 1 (Planning and Investigation) describes the selection of a coordinator, the review of material specifically dealing with the problem and the observation of an adult diploma program in operation. Phase 2 (Assessment and Recommendation) describes the examination of existing situation at Linn Benton Community College, reports on findings and presents a proposal to the administration for consideration. Phase 3 (Operation) describes classroom planning and instruction, the development of draft copies of the six sets of performance objectives and the circulation of them to surrounding area school districts for comment and evaluation. Finally, it describes the development of appropriate admission procedures and graduation requirements. Conclusions From this study eight conclusions are drawn, but probably the most important is that a performance objective approach to adult high school completion appears to be a workable format, with the community college system emerging as an appropriate agency for this adaptation. Twenty-seven recommendations were presented on the basis of these findings.
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