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Survey Of 1968 Graduates Of Home Economics Programs At Intermountain School In Brigham City, Utah, Aty Bakker Bitton May 1969

Survey Of 1968 Graduates Of Home Economics Programs At Intermountain School In Brigham City, Utah, Aty Bakker Bitton

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The Home Economics Program of Intermountain School in Brigham City, Utah was studied by a survey of graduates of the program of the year 1968. Research data was obtained from two sources: (1) a questionnaire to students who had graduated from the Home Economics Programs of Intermountain School in Brigham City in the year 1968, and (2) a questionnaire to employers of these students.

Findings of the study were that Home Economics education is useful to students in their personal life as well as in post high school training and employment and that a majority of the employers questioned rated ...


The Use Of Programmed Texts For Remedial Mathematics Instruction In College, Charles C. White May 1969

The Use Of Programmed Texts For Remedial Mathematics Instruction In College, Charles C. White

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Many universities and colleges have a considerable number of students enroll whose entrance examination scores indicate deficiencies in high school and pre-high school mathematics. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of programed texts, as compared with conventional procedures, for teaching basic mathematics to remedial mathematics students. The effects of mental ability, study skills and attitudes on achievement through the use of programed texts also carne under investigation.

For one quarter an experimental group of 73 subjects used a set of three linear programed texts for their sole mode of instruction in mathematics. A control group of ...


Guidelines For Establishing A Cooperative Distributive Education Program At Box Elder High School, Keith Fillmore May 1969

Guidelines For Establishing A Cooperative Distributive Education Program At Box Elder High School, Keith Fillmore

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The development of education in the United States to its present standard has been a major contribution to the concept of democracy the world over. The education of people has been all-important to industrial progress.

Vocational training for distributive occupations is not in opposition to other kinds of education; in fact, vocational education is a vital part of education for a great number of persons. vocational training for distributive occupations has definite fundamental contributions to make toward the achievement of the major purposes of education in a democracy. These major purposes of vocational education are usually stated as: self-realization, civic ...