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All Master's Theses

Teacher Education and Professional Development

Home and school

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Methods Of Communicating With And Relating To The Parents Of Migrant Children, Marian I. Hines Aug 1968

Methods Of Communicating With And Relating To The Parents Of Migrant Children, Marian I. Hines

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this study to (1) determine the present status of efforts, techniques, and materials used by school personnel to communicate with parents of migrant and culturally deprived or disadvantaged children, and (2) identify ways and methods of improving the presently used efforts, techniques, and materials.


An Investigation Into The Relationship And Outcomes Of Parent Conferences To The Educational Plans Of Freshman Students At Hoquiam Junior High School, C. Don Holmlund Aug 1966

An Investigation Into The Relationship And Outcomes Of Parent Conferences To The Educational Plans Of Freshman Students At Hoquiam Junior High School, C. Don Holmlund

All Master's Theses

Realizing that the parents play an important role in the counseling program, the primary purpose of this study was to prove that parents and students feel the counseling program provides an opportunity for parents to understand the abilities and needs of their youngsters and to share in their educational planning. It is contended that no matter what limitations the student may have, it is possible through parent-counselor conferences to better understand his needs. Then the home and school can work together in establishing a more satisfying environment.


A Proposed Plan For Developing Purposeful Communications Between School And Home For The Wenatchee Elementary Schools, Kenneth P. Shamberger Jul 1962

A Proposed Plan For Developing Purposeful Communications Between School And Home For The Wenatchee Elementary Schools, Kenneth P. Shamberger

All Master's Theses

The problem was to study the area of communication between school and home (1) to ascertain the importance of school-home communications; (2) to help devise a way of providing better education for the children in the Wenatchee schools through a sound program of school-home communications; and (3) to create for the Wenatchee School District elementary schools an effective communication program between the schools and the homes.


Parent-Teacher Conference Practices Of The Elementary Schools In Chelan And Douglas Counties, Washington, Gene Anderson Aug 1959

Parent-Teacher Conference Practices Of The Elementary Schools In Chelan And Douglas Counties, Washington, Gene Anderson

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was threefold: (1) to attempt to disclose how frequently and to what extent parent-teacher conferences are being used as a means of reporting to and counseling with parents in the elementary schools of Chelan and Douglas counties in Washington State; (2) to examine contemporary literature regarding parent-teacher conferences, and (3) to draw implications about current practices in Chelan and Douglas counties.


An Experimental Study In Reporting Pupil Progress Through Parent-Teacher Conferences As A Supplement To Report Cards In The Wishram, Washington, Elementary School, Orville G. Ransford Aug 1959

An Experimental Study In Reporting Pupil Progress Through Parent-Teacher Conferences As A Supplement To Report Cards In The Wishram, Washington, Elementary School, Orville G. Ransford

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to determine if the values derived from parent-teacher conferences used as a supplement to report cards would be worth while in the Wishram, Washington, Elementary School.


A Study Of The Progress Of Guidance Of Elementary School Children Through A Survey Of Reporting Methods Used In Yakima County In The State Of Washington, Carol Lippincott Tate Dec 1958

A Study Of The Progress Of Guidance Of Elementary School Children Through A Survey Of Reporting Methods Used In Yakima County In The State Of Washington, Carol Lippincott Tate

All Master's Theses

Because Yakima County school districts have been progressing toward a more satisfactory reporting method commensurate with their philosophy of education and more closely correlating the objectives they have set for themselves the writer has attempted to present in concise form the types of reporting that are currently being used in the eighteen schools of this county, not as an absolute record but rather as an indication of the trend in progress currently being made in Yakima county educators.