CHRIS ZIRKLE



CHRIS ZIRKLE
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR



CLASSES

  • ITE 394 Occupational Safety and Liability
  • ITE 470 Course Construction in Technology Education
  • ITE 584 Postsecondary Technical Education
  • ITE 685 Major Project

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • The Ohio State University, Ph.D., 1995, Comprehensive Vocational Education
  • Wright State University, Ed.S., 1990, Educational Leadership
  • Wright State University, M.S., 1987, Business & Industrial Management & Counseling
  • Ball State University, M.A.E., 1984, Industrial Technology Education
  • Central State University, B.S., 1983, Education (Industrial Technology major, Science minor)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

    • Zirkle, C. (1998). Perceptions of vocational educators and human resource/training and development professionals regarding skill dimensions of school-to-work transition programs. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education, 15, (1).
    • Zirkle, C. (1998). Vocational administration requirements, certification and preparation. Journal of Vocational Education Research, 23, 239-251.
    • Zirkle, C. (1998). School-to-Work Transition and Skill Development, NSEE Quarterly, 24, (1), p. 17.
    • Logan, J., & Zirkle, C. (1998). Kentucky tech prep: Serving all students through school, community and business partnerships. Lexington, KY: Kentucky Department of Education
    • Zirkle, C. (1998). Voc-ed teachers, trainers differ on school-to-work preparation. School-To-Work Report, 7, (2), p.13.
    • Zirkle, C. (1998). Vocational administrators: An endangered species? Techniques, 73, 1.

ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATIONS

    • American Vocational Association
    • Indiana Vocational Association
    • American Vocational Education Research Association
    • Omicron Tau Theta
    • Epsilon Pi Tau

INTERESTS

    • Educational leadership and administration
    • Vocational teacher education
    • School-to-work transition
    • Human resource management and development

CONTACT INFORMATION

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