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December 13 1968, Friday Bulletin Dec 1968

December 13 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


December 6 1968, Friday Bulletin Dec 1968

December 6 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


A Study In Application Of Positive Reinforcement For Improving Listening Achievement, Ernest J. Bobko Dec 1968

A Study In Application Of Positive Reinforcement For Improving Listening Achievement, Ernest J. Bobko

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to (1) determine the effectiveness of utilizing positive reinforcement techniques to improve listening awareness during the process of receiving verbal instructions; (2) evaluate the use of reinforcement schedules with and without positive reinforcement; (3) determine to what extent a formal program utilizing reinforcement procedure compares with the absence of such procedure in a classroom.


November 22 1968, Friday Bulletin Nov 1968

November 22 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


November 15 1968, Friday Bulletin Nov 1968

November 15 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


November 8 1968, Friday Bulletin Nov 1968

November 8 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


November 1 1968, Friday Bulletin Nov 1968

November 1 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


October 25 1968, Friday Bulletin Oct 1968

October 25 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


October 18 1968, Friday Bulletin Oct 1968

October 18 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


October 11 1968, Friday Bulletin Oct 1968

October 11 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


October 4 1968, Friday Bulletin Oct 1968

October 4 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


September 27 1968, Friday Bulletin Sep 1968

September 27 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


September 20 1968, Friday Bulletin Sep 1968

September 20 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


September 6 1968, Friday Bulletin Sep 1968

September 6 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


August 23 1968, Friday Bulletin Aug 1968

August 23 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


August 9 1968, Friday Bulletin Aug 1968

August 9 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


August 2 1968, Friday Bulletin Aug 1968

August 2 1968, Friday Bulletin

CSUSB Friday Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Adapting The Montessori Approach To Moderately Handicapped Children, Mary E. Croiser Aug 1968

Adapting The Montessori Approach To Moderately Handicapped Children, Mary E. Croiser

All Master's Theses

This paper is meant for the public school special education teacher of moderately handicapped children who has had some teacher training in the Montessori method. It is not the purpose of the paper to prove the Montessori method, but rather to show how some of it could be adapted for use with moderately handicapped children of primary school age.


An In Depth Study Of A Child With Visual Perceptual Problems And An Attempt To Determine The Effectiveness Of Configuration Analysis As Related To Visual Perception, Gail Hintze Aug 1968

An In Depth Study Of A Child With Visual Perceptual Problems And An Attempt To Determine The Effectiveness Of Configuration Analysis As Related To Visual Perception, Gail Hintze

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to work closely with one child who had been diagnosed as a disabled reader with visual perception problems to determine if the intensive use of visual perceptual training in the use of configuration analysis would improve the subject's reading power.


Integration Of Library Skills With The Teaching Of The Common Curriculum, Vernie M. Young Aug 1968

Integration Of Library Skills With The Teaching Of The Common Curriculum, Vernie M. Young

All Master's Theses

The problem is to develop and field test some integrated library skills for grades four, five and six for the teachers and the librarian to use in cooperatively developed lessons emphasizing the various library skills appropriate to the pupils in the intermediate grades of the Wapato School System.


Designing A Music Listening Program For The Junior High School General Music Class Of Columbia View Intermediate School, Patricia Jeanne Baker Aug 1968

Designing A Music Listening Program For The Junior High School General Music Class Of Columbia View Intermediate School, Patricia Jeanne Baker

All Master's Theses

Faced with the need for providing a listening program without the assistance of an available curriculum guide in junior high school music for the Reynolds School District No. 7, it was the purpose of this writer to construct a design for a program of instruction in music listening. The suggested design is based upon an examination of literature related to listening and is illustrated by sample materials provided in the appendices.


Subtraction - - Whole Numbers When The Minuend Contains Fewer Units Than The Subtrahend, Naida Ruth Pino Aug 1968

Subtraction - - Whole Numbers When The Minuend Contains Fewer Units Than The Subtrahend, Naida Ruth Pino

All Master's Theses

The purpose of the study was to answer the question: Which method or methods of teaching subtraction are being used in the elementary school today? An attempt also was made to answer the question: Why?


A Study Of The Effects Of Certain Physical Activities On The Progress Of Reading Comprehension, Word Knowledge, And Rate, Neil Allen Cummings Aug 1968

A Study Of The Effects Of Certain Physical Activities On The Progress Of Reading Comprehension, Word Knowledge, And Rate, Neil Allen Cummings

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this paper (1) to study the affects of certain physical activities (creeping, crawling, balancing and rhythm) related to the improvement of comprehension, vocabulary, and rate of reading; (2) to compare the amount of progress in reading of the boys to the progress of the girls; and (3) to compare the amount of progress of the high, middle, and low reading groups.


A Survey And Evaluation Of Creative Writing Through The Media Of Individualized Movies In The Seventh Grade, Loy Victor Sutton Aug 1968

A Survey And Evaluation Of Creative Writing Through The Media Of Individualized Movies In The Seventh Grade, Loy Victor Sutton

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to determine if creative writing could be improved through the motivation of individualized movies as compared to the standard creative writing assignment.


A Survey Of Teacher Aides Under Title I Of The Elementary And Secondary Act Of 1965 In The State Of Washington, Richard Lee Evans Aug 1968

A Survey Of Teacher Aides Under Title I Of The Elementary And Secondary Act Of 1965 In The State Of Washington, Richard Lee Evans

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to survey teacher aides in the state of Washington in an effort to obtain factual information about their background, duties performed, and attitudes toward the teacher aide program.


Development Of An Automated Program To Teach Auditory Discrimination, Lawrence A. Porter Aug 1968

Development Of An Automated Program To Teach Auditory Discrimination, Lawrence A. Porter

All Master's Theses

The study was initiated to determine whether or not certain skills which are necessary to the development of good speech could be programed. Students utilizing programed instruction techniques would be able to practice skills which were formerly acquired during regular therapy sessions and, therefore, have the benefit of therapeutic services at their own discretion. The particular phase of speech therapy selected was auditory discrimination ability.


An Analysis Of County And Community Resources Available For Social Studies And Science Classes In The Bisbee, Arizona, Area, Lulu G. Smith Aug 1968

An Analysis Of County And Community Resources Available For Social Studies And Science Classes In The Bisbee, Arizona, Area, Lulu G. Smith

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this study to determine some county and community resources available for use in the social studies and science classes of the elementary schools in the Bisbee, Arizona, area.


A Comparison Of Academic Achievement Between Slow Learning Grouped And Non-Grouped Seventh Grade Students In West Puyallup Junior High School, William George Selig Aug 1968

A Comparison Of Academic Achievement Between Slow Learning Grouped And Non-Grouped Seventh Grade Students In West Puyallup Junior High School, William George Selig

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to compare the academic achievement of seventh grade slow learning students in the modified learning program with those not in the program; (2) to determine if there is any difference in the academic achievement of the two groups. It was the investigator's hypothesis that there would be no significant difference in achievement due to grouping.


A Comparative Study Of Handwriting Practices In The Intermediate Grades, Evelyn Elaine Eisenman Aug 1968

A Comparative Study Of Handwriting Practices In The Intermediate Grades, Evelyn Elaine Eisenman

All Master's Theses

The purpose of the study was to show that teachers in the elementary middle grades were providing functional practices in their handwriting instruction as set forth in the literature published since 1960.


A Survey Of Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding The Effectiveness Of The Nongraded Elementary School, Merton L. Thornton Aug 1968

A Survey Of Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding The Effectiveness Of The Nongraded Elementary School, Merton L. Thornton

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to determine teachers' expressed attitudes regarding the effectiveness of the nongraded elementary school in the state of Washington, as revealed through a questionnaire study.