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Instructional Television – A Possible Solution To Problems In College Physical Growth, Jacob Leon Schloss Jun 1966

Instructional Television – A Possible Solution To Problems In College Physical Growth, Jacob Leon Schloss

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to provide data to aid in providing a solution to some of the instructional space problems at Central Washington State College. This study will explore the feasibility of instructional television as a possible solution to this problem.


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.


A Survey Of The Causes For Suspensions In The Junior High Schools Of The Highline School District, James A. Rick Jun 1966

A Survey Of The Causes For Suspensions In The Junior High Schools Of The Highline School District, James A. Rick

All Master's Theses

This study was undertaken to (1) relate compulsory attendance to the problem of suspension, (2) survey the frequency of and causes for suspensions of junior high school students, (3) survey the course of action taken by the school, school district and/or the parents of the suspended student, and (4) to study the number of cases in which pupils were affected by multiple suspensions.


A Critical Analysis Of “On Wenlock Edge” By Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gary Michael Lawler Jun 1966

A Critical Analysis Of “On Wenlock Edge” By Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gary Michael Lawler

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to examine as thoroughly as possible, with the sources at hand, the song cycle, "On Wenlock Edge," by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The study will include a brief summary of the life of Vaughan Williams, pertinent statements about his music, a general analysis of the entire composition and a detailed analysis of two songs from the cycle. The two songs receiving more detailed analysis were chosen for their contrast and variety of musical ideas.


A Survey And Analysis Of Teacher Credentials In The State Of Washington, Dale Calvin Johnson Jun 1966

A Survey And Analysis Of Teacher Credentials In The State Of Washington, Dale Calvin Johnson

All Master's Theses

Superintendents and personnel directors involved in hiring certified personnel turn to the teacher credential as a vital source of information. Currently, there is a great deal of difference in the information included in the credential depending upon which placement office prepared the document. This research study has attempted to establish the types of information that would be most beneficial to superintendents and personnel directors in their efforts to secure qualified personnel.


An Appraisal Of Teacher-Negotiation Effort As Perceived By School Superintendents, Carl Alan Blumer Jun 1966

An Appraisal Of Teacher-Negotiation Effort As Perceived By School Superintendents, Carl Alan Blumer

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study will be to determine which areas may elicit greatest concern, interest, and participation on the part of teachers due to the passage of the professional negotiations law. Because of the unique position of superintendents, they will be asked to judge those areas of greatest concern, interest, and participation by teachers in professional activities.


The Mirroreading Board Technique Used With Eight Third Grade Problem Readers Who Showed Evidence Of A Mixed Lateral Dominance, Gene Ferguson Knox Jun 1966

The Mirroreading Board Technique Used With Eight Third Grade Problem Readers Who Showed Evidence Of A Mixed Lateral Dominance, Gene Ferguson Knox

All Master's Theses

This experiment is concerned with certain problem readers who possess the physiological problem of having a mixed lateral dominance.


A Study Of Three Nine-Year Old Boys, Retarded In Reading, Who Were Taught Reading, Writing, And Spelling By A Remedial Teacher, Emily Ellen Leslie Jun 1966

A Study Of Three Nine-Year Old Boys, Retarded In Reading, Who Were Taught Reading, Writing, And Spelling By A Remedial Teacher, Emily Ellen Leslie

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine the methods and materials best suited to the improvement of the reading, writing, and spelling skills of three boys, and to discover and alter, if possible, the factors contributing to the reading deficiency and lowered school achievement.


Confirmation Of Creativity, Dorothy N. Phillips Jun 1966

Confirmation Of Creativity, Dorothy N. Phillips

All Master's Theses

Investigated was the accumulated knowledge of what is known or surmised about creativity; practiced was the skill of becoming the kind of person who, while working with children, can establish an atmosphere where creativity is likely to flourish.


Developing Concepts Through The Use Of Pictures, Ellen Louise Anderson May 1966

Developing Concepts Through The Use Of Pictures, Ellen Louise Anderson

All Master's Theses

One of the purposes of this study was to show how concepts could be strengthened through the use of slides and accompanying discussion questions which were aimed at developing a child's thinking. The questions would be directed toward the development of three levels of thinking: concrete, abstract and critical.


A Study Of Vocabulary In Grade One, Carol J. Shockley May 1966

A Study Of Vocabulary In Grade One, Carol J. Shockley

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was (1) to study vocabulary developing methods in grade one, and (2) to determine if a classroom teacher could help first grade children gain a better understanding of vocabulary through extended conceptual methods.


A Comprehensive Music Education Program For The Public Schools Of Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Herbert Terrence Elford Mar 1966

A Comprehensive Music Education Program For The Public Schools Of Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Herbert Terrence Elford

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of the present writer in this study to outline a plan for the organization and administration of a comprehensive music department for Salmon Arm and the Municipality of Salmon Arm, British Columbia. Implicit in the study was the necessity to reconcile local administrative policies and financing with directives of the Department of Education.


Pupil Administrative And Pupil Clerical Ratios Of Junior High Schools In The State Of Washington, William Richard Gourley Jan 1966

Pupil Administrative And Pupil Clerical Ratios Of Junior High Schools In The State Of Washington, William Richard Gourley

All Master's Theses

Specifically, the purposes of this study are to: l. Identify the legal responsibilities of the junior high school principal. 2. Establish criteria for justifying the release of a principal from classroom teaching and the employment of administrative and clerical assistance. 3. Determine the ratio of administrators to the number of pupils enrolled in the three year junior high schools of the State of Washington with enrollments between 500 and 1,000. 4. Make necessary recommendations regarding the administrative staffing of Washington's junior high schools.