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Teacher Education and Professional Development

Teachers

1966

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A Study Of The Influencing Factors Causing Teachers To Change Teaching Positions, John A. Mckay Aug 1966

A Study Of The Influencing Factors Causing Teachers To Change Teaching Positions, John A. Mckay

All Master's Theses

Since there is an annual migration of teachers from one school district to another, the purpose of this study will be to discover some valid answers and to determine some sound hypotheses concerning teacher turnover.


Analysis Of Personal And Social Characteristics Requisite For High Grade Institutional Teaching Of Delinquent Children, Neil Jerome Hoing Aug 1966

Analysis Of Personal And Social Characteristics Requisite For High Grade Institutional Teaching Of Delinquent Children, Neil Jerome Hoing

All Master's Theses

The goal of this study was to select those particular characteristics pertinent to successful teaching, and by which a more intelligent selection of institutional teachers of delinquent youth could be made.


Attitudes Of Washington State Elementary And Secondary Teachers Toward School Psychologists, Jim D. Gower Aug 1966

Attitudes Of Washington State Elementary And Secondary Teachers Toward School Psychologists, Jim D. Gower

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine the attitudes held by a group of Washington State elementary and secondary teachers toward school psychologists with whom they may have had contact in their teaching experience.


Analysis Of Personal And Professional Requirements For Special Education Teachers In Eastern Washington, Samuel P. Rust Jr. Jun 1966

Analysis Of Personal And Professional Requirements For Special Education Teachers In Eastern Washington, Samuel P. Rust Jr.

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to determine the criteria used for the employment of special education teachers in Eastern Washington; (2) to compare current qualifications with professional standards suggested by nationally recognized studies; and (3) evaluate these findings for teacher selection.