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Training Implications For The Space Age

Stanley L. Levine | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

In the not too distant future we can visualize more than one astronaut or-biting the earth in a specially designed vehicle. There may be one, three, five or more persons in each vehicle. The vehicle will have many different pur-poses; some may be communic

Sensitivity Training A Case History

Norman R. Miller | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

This is a description of how sensi-tivity training was introduced into and used in an industrial organization. As you read the events which follow, you will notice that the introduction of sensitivity training was the outgrowth of a normal sequence of eve

Programming For Groups A Small Beginning

Hartley W. Ferguson | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

"You can't call that 'Programmed In-struction!'," sizzled a fellow training specialist, "It has no self-pacing feature." But I was too busy doing it to worry about naming it.

Training In Depth

Charles V. Youmans | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

The "training function" has been looked on with contempt by some educators. "Animals are trained," declared one college professor, "but people are educated." Still another stated that training is merely the development of manipulative skills, while educat

Letters To The Editor January 1963

W. Douglas Seymour | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

My attention has been drawn to the interesting article by Dr. Hinrichs on 'Research on Human Motor Skills, in the Mav 1%2 issue of vour journal. In view of the relevance of British research and application of research to Dr. Hinrich's comments (last parag

Reference Files For Training Directors

Nick L. Taral | January 01, 1963 | TD Magazine Archive

Ever read the popular little sign, "PLAN AHEAD" - the one that is scarcely able to crowd the last letters on the card? I suppose we have all chuckled over it at one time or another. After all, It's human to laugh at our own short-comings.

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