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A Comparative Study Of Methods Of Reporting Pupil Progress To Parents In The Elementary Schools, Harry E. Haynes Aug 1953

A Comparative Study Of Methods Of Reporting Pupil Progress To Parents In The Elementary Schools, Harry E. Haynes

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to survey the trends of reporting to parents in selected communities. From this and from the study of literature on the national level, it was hoped that the good points of the cross section could be taken and used as the bases for a new reporting system in Lewiston elementary schools.


Developing Number Concepts In Grade One, Hazel Haynes Elfbrandt Aug 1953

Developing Number Concepts In Grade One, Hazel Haynes Elfbrandt

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this paper is twofold: (1) to review current research materials as they pertain to a first grade number program, and (2) to develop a number program for first grade dependent upon a logical progression through children’s understanding and meaning.


A Study Of The Industrial Arts Safety Conditions In The County And City Public Schools Of Yakima, Washington, Stanley Arthur Dudley May 1953

A Study Of The Industrial Arts Safety Conditions In The County And City Public Schools Of Yakima, Washington, Stanley Arthur Dudley

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to make a study of the research that has been done in the field of safety in the industrial arts woodshop programs and to compare the recommendations, as they are found, with the actual existing circumstances in the junior and senior high schools of the county of Yakima.


The Identification And Education Of The Gifted Child In The Regular Classroom, Charles M. Chapman Feb 1953

The Identification And Education Of The Gifted Child In The Regular Classroom, Charles M. Chapman

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this study to prepare the way for a better understanding of the mentally gifted child and how his needs can best be met in the regular classroom.