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Some Factors Related To Student Achievement Of Entering Freshmen At The Utah State Agricultural College, James F. Day May 1939

Some Factors Related To Student Achievement Of Entering Freshmen At The Utah State Agricultural College, James F. Day

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The need for study in regard to factors related to student achievement and their possible application as guidance devices for entering freshmen in any college is very evident in our modern life. We have only to look at the increasing college enrollments and to the scarcity of positions for college graduates to realize this. In an effort to meet this need, educators should more and more base their practices on the findings of statistical and experimental studies.


An Analytical Study Of Utah Verse To Determine What Utah Poetry Might Be Recommended For Study In Elementary And Secondary Utah Schools, Lawrence James Sorenson May 1936

An Analytical Study Of Utah Verse To Determine What Utah Poetry Might Be Recommended For Study In Elementary And Secondary Utah Schools, Lawrence James Sorenson

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study has a primary and a secondary purpose. The primary purpose is to call attention to the question of whether or not Utah verse should be introduced for study into the elementary and secondary schools of Utah. The author does not want to imply that he will give a satisfactory answer to this question. He hopes, however, that this effort will emphasize the question and stimulate thought concerning the same. It seems reasonable to suppose that most of the Utah school officials who are concerned in any way with literary material for school curricula will agree that, if there ...


A Survey Of Housing Conditions And Proposed Housing For The Utah State Agricultural College, Lenore Lewis May 1936

A Survey Of Housing Conditions And Proposed Housing For The Utah State Agricultural College, Lenore Lewis

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

One of the most obvious as well as the most complex problems with which the Utah State Agricultural College has to deal is that of finding and keeping suitable living quarters for the students under its care. When the institution was small the matter was fairly easy to adjust. But with the extraordinarily rapid increase in the number of young people attending the college it has become a most perplexing problem.


Cumulative Records For Elementary And Secondary Schools Of Utah, Eugene Labon Morrill May 1936

Cumulative Records For Elementary And Secondary Schools Of Utah, Eugene Labon Morrill

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This problem is to construct a set of cumulative record cards for use in the elementary and secondary schools of Utah.

In order to realize the above purpose it will be necessary to (1) make forms for the systematic recording of the data and (2) provide for standardizing methods of collecting these data.


A Survey Of Utah's Program For Carving Out The Ten Point Plan Of The State Council For Crime Prevention, W. Howard Kunz May 1935

A Survey Of Utah's Program For Carving Out The Ten Point Plan Of The State Council For Crime Prevention, W. Howard Kunz

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The study is to determine what is being done in the schools of Utah to contribute to the realization of the Ten Point Plan, proposed by the Utah State Council for prevention of crime, through social education.


A Study Of The Evaluation With Theories Of Utah Supervisory Practices, Deta P. Neeley May 1935

A Study Of The Evaluation With Theories Of Utah Supervisory Practices, Deta P. Neeley

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study is two fold (1) to discover the current supervisory practices used by county elementary supervisors in the state of Utah: and (2) to evaluate these practices on a basis of the collective judgements of specialists in supervision.


An Evaluation Of The Functions And Types Of Student Body Government In Utah High Schools, In Terms Of Approved Principles And Practices, Lowell E. Stanley Aug 1934

An Evaluation Of The Functions And Types Of Student Body Government In Utah High Schools, In Terms Of Approved Principles And Practices, Lowell E. Stanley

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study is threefold: First, to describe the forms of government used in the Utah High Schools; second, to find out how the Student Body Government functions in the Utah High Schools; third, to show the activities the students participate in as a body.


An Evaluation Of Teaching Practice In The Minimum Essentials Of English Through Grades Six To Twelve In The Schools Of Cache County, Utah, W. Wendell Perkins May 1934

An Evaluation Of Teaching Practice In The Minimum Essentials Of English Through Grades Six To Twelve In The Schools Of Cache County, Utah, W. Wendell Perkins

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

National English Committees insist that composition content is of first importance; organization of ideas, second; and form third. The writer agrees with this point of view, but believes that a large proportion of class time in English, all through the grades, is spent in trying to establish knowledge and skill in the use of grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and mechanics generally.


The Evolution Of The Curriculum Of The Utah State Agricultural College, Alfred B. Hart May 1934

The Evolution Of The Curriculum Of The Utah State Agricultural College, Alfred B. Hart

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The chief purpose of this work is to trace the development of the curriculum of the Utah State Agricultural College from the establishment of the institution to the present time, with emphasis upon the forces shaping it. These forces have been active since colonial times, and in them lies the explanation for much of what the college is today.


Certain Factors Of Mortality From College As Determined By A Study Of The 1925 Freshmen Class At The Utah State Agricultural College And Replacements As Determined By An Analysis Of The 1929 Graduating Class, Dean F. Peterson May 1933

Certain Factors Of Mortality From College As Determined By A Study Of The 1925 Freshmen Class At The Utah State Agricultural College And Replacements As Determined By An Analysis Of The 1929 Graduating Class, Dean F. Peterson

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Administrators and University professors who have a vital interest in young people and who believe that a four year's college course is good preparation for life's activities today are wondering why so many students leave college.

These teachers and administrators bewail the small percentage of upper classmen on the campus and the supefluity of first and second year men. They want to know why it is that so many students leave and what can be done about it.


A Study Of The Reading Habits Of U.S.A.C. Freshmen And Senior Students, Leah D. Merrill May 1933

A Study Of The Reading Habits Of U.S.A.C. Freshmen And Senior Students, Leah D. Merrill

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This investigation is a study of the reading habits of freshmen and senior students of the Utah State Agricultural College. It deals with the amount of reading, kind of reading, and reading practices of these students.


Fire Insurance Of School Buildings In Utah, Elmer Jeppsen May 1932

Fire Insurance Of School Buildings In Utah, Elmer Jeppsen

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

What practices have been followed in insuring school buildings in Utah? Is our present system of insuring school buildings an economical system?


The Construction Of A Standard Health Program For A Rural School With Its Application To Cache County, Wilford Price May 1932

The Construction Of A Standard Health Program For A Rural School With Its Application To Cache County, Wilford Price

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of the study is threefold (1) to formulate standards in health work for rural schools (2) to ascertain the conditions pertaining to health that exist in the Cache County schools (3) to apply standards to the existing conditions.


The Status Of Teacher Rating In Utah, Charles P. Mcgregor May 1928

The Status Of Teacher Rating In Utah, Charles P. Mcgregor

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Any satisfactory amount of literature or information as to the condition of teacher rating in utah is not available. The writer therefore has felt justified in making a search for such information.


The Need Of Public Junior Colleges In Utah, Evan B. Murray May 1927

The Need Of Public Junior Colleges In Utah, Evan B. Murray

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

“The need for junior colleges becomes more urgent from year to year. I would recommend that the legislature make provision for the establishment and maintenance of state junior colleges at such centers as it may deem advisable.” This is a quotation from state Superintendent C. N. Jensen. The following study is intended to answer, to a degree at least, the two questions inherent in this statement: namely, Is there a need for state junior colleges in Utah? If there is a need, where should they be established.