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vocational training educator

Clifton Paul Campbell,, American vocational training educator. Achievements include research in in field.

Background

Campbell,, Clifton Paul was born on July 5, 1938 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Clifton Paul and Kathleen Marie (Calhoun) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, California State College, 1964. Master of Education, University Maryland, 1968. Doctor of Education, 1971.

Postgraduate, University Maryland. Postgraduate, University Delaware, 1973—1975.

Career

Instructor James Madison High School, Vienna, 1964—1966. Assistant professor, coordinator drafting and design University Maryland, College Park, University Maryland, Far East division, 1966—1973. Coordinator undergraduate occupational teacher education University Delaware, Newark, 1973—1975.

Dean instruction Delaware Technology and Community College, Stanton, 1975—1976. Vocational training advisory Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1976—1978. Advisory, training and contract administration Royal Saudi Naval Forces, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, 1978—1983.

Professor technological and adult education University Tennessee-Knoxville, since 1983. Vice president Delta Tau Alpha Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware, since 1983. Adviser West Lake Industrial Vocational School, Taipei, Taiwan, 1971—1972, Kuwait Public Authority Applied Education and Training, 1985.

Member Technology Assistance Corps, United States Department Labor, since 1976. Consultant Virginia Peninsula Vocational & Technology Schools, 1983—1984, United States Military Training Mission, Saudi Arabia, 1983, 86, Chattanooga State Technology Community College, 1984—1987, International Labor Organization, Geneva, Turin, Italy, 1986—1990, World Bank, 1990, Saudi Arabian Oil Corporation, 1992. Judge Vocational Industrial Clubs American, since 1983, Health Occpl.

Students American, Tennessee, since 1983. Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1955-1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in in field.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Job Performance Analysis for Educators and Trainers, 1976, A Digest on Instructional Systems Development, 1984, Job Analysis, 1985. Co-author (with Mary C. Muller): Non-Formal Vacational Training Programmes as a Means of Developing Occupational Skills, 1986. Author: Task Performance Tests, 1987, Instructional Systems Development Methodology, 1987, Adapting Instructional Materials, 1988, Identifying and Locating Instructional (Training) Materials, 1989, A Comprehensive Model for Validating Instructional Materials, 1989.

      Editor: Workforce Development in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1993. Contributor chapters to books to monographs, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served to commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1955-1993. Member American Vocational Association (speaker confs. since 1979, resolutions committee 1983^), American Society Training and Development, American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education (chairman plant and facility committee 1984), National Association Industrial and Technology Teacher.Educators (chairman auditing committee 1984-1986), National Association Trade and Indsl.Edn. (commission to recognize excellence 1984, board directors 1988), Reserve Officers Association, Naval Reserve Association, Fleet Reserve Association, Navy League United States, Disabled American Veterans, Omicron Tau Theta, Iota Lambda Sigma, Epsilon Pi Tau (Laureate Citation 1988).

Clubs: National Sojourners (Wilmington, Delaware).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, travel.

Connections

Married Linda Lee Reavis, April 30, 1971. Children: Scott Alan, Douglas Eric.

father:
Clifton Paul Campbell

mother:
Kathleen Marie (Calhoun) Campbell

spouse:
Linda Lee Reavis

children:
Scott Alan Campbell,

Douglas Eric Campbell,