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manual training:

see vocational educationvocational education,
training designed to advance individuals' general proficiency, especially in relation to their present or future occupations. The term does not normally include training for the professions.
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The Institute's approach involved manual training in "agriculture and mechanics" (Croom & Alston, 2009, p.
Although Oleson was new to the Islands, he was quite knowledgeable of the manual training curriculum that was beginning to take hold in the United States.
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The first section deals with establishing the Kamehameha Schools, which includes establishing the impetus for founding the schools as manual training schools, the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, and the operation of the schools.
In Western Australia, he expanded upon his predecessor's tenuous progressive efforts while introducing manual training, Sloyd, (27) science, drawing and nature study.
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Almost always joining with respected Protestant ministers, Heller favored improved sanitation and health care for New Orleans, better education for children, and manual training for unskilled workers.
In the old days the public schools offered something often called "manual training." Among the classes commonly offered was woodshop.
did not seek to deny children a chance in life, nor was he an industrialist seeking trained operatives on the cheap as many later advocates of manual training would be in the South.
By 1900, neighborhood settlement houses provided manual training and vocational education that promoted obedience to external commands instead of internalization middle-class values.
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