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Central Washington University

Academic theses

1956

Educational Methods

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An Experimental Study Of The Effect Of Library Facilities And Instruction On Work-Study Skills Of Fourth Grade Students, Jessie Marilyn Wilkinson Aug 1956

An Experimental Study Of The Effect Of Library Facilities And Instruction On Work-Study Skills Of Fourth Grade Students, Jessie Marilyn Wilkinson

All Master's Theses

The primary purpose of the study is to determine the effectiveness of a method of teaching the work-study skills to fourth grade students by the school librarian in the library.


A Survey Of The Attitudes And Opinions Of Elementary Teachers Concerning The Values Of Workbooks In The Reading Program, Richard Ellis Case Aug 1956

A Survey Of The Attitudes And Opinions Of Elementary Teachers Concerning The Values Of Workbooks In The Reading Program, Richard Ellis Case

All Master's Theses

The purposes of this study were (1) to determine the attitudes and opinions of Okanogan, Yakima, and Kittitas county elementary teachers toward the value of reading workbooks in the reading program: (2) to determine the extent to which workbooks are utilized in the reading program of these counties; (3) to show the relation of the attitudes and opinions of teachers concerning the use of workbooks in the reading program to such factors as the teachers’ sex, years of experience, school enrollment, and grade level taught; (4) to make recommendations to schools of these counties concerning the use of workbooks in ...


A Statistical Comparison Of Permanent And In-Transfer Students In Grades Six, Seven, Eight, Nine And Ten Of The South Bend School System South Bend, Washington, Thomas Edwin Mattoon Aug 1956

A Statistical Comparison Of Permanent And In-Transfer Students In Grades Six, Seven, Eight, Nine And Ten Of The South Bend School System South Bend, Washington, Thomas Edwin Mattoon

All Master's Theses

This investigation is based upon the hypothesis that there is no true difference in academic achievement between two independent groups of students, permanent and in-transfer, in grades six through ten in the South Bend Schools of South Bend, Washington, when intelligence, age, sex and socio-economic factors are controlled.


Prediction Of First Year Mathematic Grades At Central Washington College Of Education With The Ace Psychological Examination, Mary Ann Wining Jun 1956

Prediction Of First Year Mathematic Grades At Central Washington College Of Education With The Ace Psychological Examination, Mary Ann Wining

All Master's Theses

The purposes of this study are: (1) to acquaint the reader with some of the studies already published on the relationship between the ACE and mathematic grades and other devices for predicting success in mathematics; (2) to present information on the relationship between the ACE and the first year mathematics grades at Central Washington college of Education; and (3) to present information on the relationship between grades in the different mathematics classes taught primarily during the freshman year at CWCE.