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Central Washington University

All Master's Theses

Teacher Education and Professional Development

1954

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A Survey Of The Public High School Commercial Departments In The State Of Washington, Ralph Vernon Thomas Dec 1954

A Survey Of The Public High School Commercial Departments In The State Of Washington, Ralph Vernon Thomas

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to survey the commercial curriculum of the high schools of the State of Washington. Of particular emphasis was (1) the number of high school commercial teachers employed; (2) commercial subjects offered, grade level at which offered, and total semesters offered; (3) the availability of business machines; (4) commercial courses least needed, and (5) commercial course subjects that could be added. This survey reveals the common characteristics of the commercial departments of the high schools at this time.


A Manual For Design Education At The College Level, June King Mcfee Aug 1954

A Manual For Design Education At The College Level, June King Mcfee

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to examine and explore the creativity, techniques, the philosophy and the principles of the broad area called design, as it is applicable to training of students in junior high and senior college with emphasis on teacher education.


A Study Of Music In The Elementary School As Taught By Graduates Of Central Washington College Who Are Non-Music Majors And Minors, Years 1949-1953, Kay S. Kimmel May 1954

A Study Of Music In The Elementary School As Taught By Graduates Of Central Washington College Who Are Non-Music Majors And Minors, Years 1949-1953, Kay S. Kimmel

All Master's Theses

The majority of music supervisors in the public schools examined in the study said that the classroom teacher should teach music in her classroom from the grade level of kindergarten through fourth grade. These supervisors felt that the classroom teacher was better qualified to correlate and enrich the curriculum for her children than the special music teacher.