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A Study Of Centralized Technical Services For The Organization Of Learning Resource Materials With Examples From Three Selected School Districts, Marilyn Ann Drengson Dec 1968

A Study Of Centralized Technical Services For The Organization Of Learning Resource Materials With Examples From Three Selected School Districts, Marilyn Ann Drengson

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to examine the methods used by three school districts--a small district, a medium-sized district, and a larger district--which have set up centralized technical services for the organization of learning resource materials, thereby relieving the individual librarian within the buildings of certain necessary, but time-consuming tasks. These methods will be set down herein and studied with the possibility in mind that districts which do not now provide these services may find some suggestions to consider in deciding upon the feasibility of such services.


Audio-Visual Aids, Manipulative Materials, And Arithmetic Achievement In Grade Four, Janice Cameron Mccolaugh Aug 1968

Audio-Visual Aids, Manipulative Materials, And Arithmetic Achievement In Grade Four, Janice Cameron Mccolaugh

All Master's Theses

The central problem of this study was to determine whether children using an above-normal amount of audio-visual aids and manipulative materials would achieve significantly higher in arithmetic.


An Instructional Film Illustrating Leg Wrestling Moves, Counters, And Drills, Vernon Lyle Merkely Aug 1968

An Instructional Film Illustrating Leg Wrestling Moves, Counters, And Drills, Vernon Lyle Merkely

All Master's Theses

This study is concerned exclusively with offensive and defensive leg wrestling. The maneuvers included in such an instructional film should have a wide enough range to be used in a high school physical education program or in varsity college wrestling. The problems of this study were first, to determine the moves, counters, and drills used in effective leg wrestling that were taught by leading coaches, and second, to present these moves, counters, and drills in action film with a comprehensive printed description and analysis of these moves.


A Study Measuring The Effectiveness Of Visual Recall Provided By A Videotape Recorder In Teaching Golf Performance Skills, Rodney G. Morrow Aug 1968

A Study Measuring The Effectiveness Of Visual Recall Provided By A Videotape Recorder In Teaching Golf Performance Skills, Rodney G. Morrow

All Master's Theses

This is a study to determine if beginning golf students who view a videotape replay of themselves practicing a full swinging golf shot with an instructor's critique will improve their golf performance skills significantly more than students whose full swinging golf shot is videotaped but who are not exposed to a videotape replay of their performance; however, they were provided an instructor's critique.


A Survey And Evaluation Of Creative Writing Through The Media Of Individualized Movies In The Seventh Grade, Loy Victor Sutton Aug 1968

A Survey And Evaluation Of Creative Writing Through The Media Of Individualized Movies In The Seventh Grade, Loy Victor Sutton

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to determine if creative writing could be improved through the motivation of individualized movies as compared to the standard creative writing assignment.


The Development And Evaluation Of Six Eight Millimeter Cartridge Films And Study Guides On The Care And Maintenance Of The Clarinet And Cornet Or Trumpet, Marshall Richard Pancheau Jul 1968

The Development And Evaluation Of Six Eight Millimeter Cartridge Films And Study Guides On The Care And Maintenance Of The Clarinet And Cornet Or Trumpet, Marshall Richard Pancheau

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to produce eight millimeter (8mm) cartridge films to illustrate for the beginning instrumentalist the proper procedures to follow in caring for his instrument. The study endeavored to prove that 8mm cartridge films provide a valuable means of individualizing instruction in instrumental music. For the purpose of this study, six cartridge films and study guides were produced. This series was then evaluated by a panel of instrumental music teachers.


A Survey Of The Existing Production Facilities In The School Districts In The State Of Washington, Edward Stewart Ellis Jul 1968

A Survey Of The Existing Production Facilities In The School Districts In The State Of Washington, Edward Stewart Ellis

All Master's Theses

A survey conducted to determine: (1) what facilities exist now in Washington State's public schools for the production of instructional materials; (2) who staffs these facilities; and (3) how these facilities are utilized so it can be decided what is necessary for an adequate production program.


An Analytical Bibliography Of Recent Writings On Mass Media (Particularly Television) That Have Special Significance For Secondary School Teachers Of English, Vernal E. Allen Jun 1968

An Analytical Bibliography Of Recent Writings On Mass Media (Particularly Television) That Have Special Significance For Secondary School Teachers Of English, Vernal E. Allen

All Master's Theses

Our students should have criteria for judging good television just as they have for literature. We, as a profession dedicated to the enrichment of lives through the humanities, are remiss if we neglect this major means of humanizing.


A Pilot Study Measuring The Effect Of The Video Tape Recorder In Improving Student Teacher Auditory And Overt Behavior Performance Skills During Their Student Teaching Experience, Robert Charles Wiley Jun 1968

A Pilot Study Measuring The Effect Of The Video Tape Recorder In Improving Student Teacher Auditory And Overt Behavior Performance Skills During Their Student Teaching Experience, Robert Charles Wiley

All Master's Theses

The purposes of this study were to (1) measure the effectiveness of the video tape-recorder as a teaching tool in improving student teacher performances in their application of specific teaching behaviors and (2) determine if student teachers' self-confidence in their ability to teach can be increased through video tape replay experiences.


Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions Jun 1968

Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions

All Master's Theses

Because literature teachers have little understanding of the art of film, they often consider the film to be a frill rather than an aid to learning. The author contends in this study that literature teachers must be convinced that the motion picture is an art, and that the motion picture teaches the student to appreciate and understand literature more thoroughly. The problem is to convince the literature teacher of the art and the power of the film.


The Development Of Colored Multi-Layer Transparencies For Coaching Football, Walter Harvey Arlt Jun 1968

The Development Of Colored Multi-Layer Transparencies For Coaching Football, Walter Harvey Arlt

All Master's Theses

The purpose or this study was to develop transparencies to more greatly utilize the overhead projector in the instruction and coaching of football.


A Study Of The Benefits Received And The Problems Encountered By Students Using The Student Audiovisual Production Laboratory At Central Washington State College, Otis R. Hollar May 1968

A Study Of The Benefits Received And The Problems Encountered By Students Using The Student Audiovisual Production Laboratory At Central Washington State College, Otis R. Hollar

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to investigate the Student Production Services provided by the Audiovisual Library to the students of Central Washington State College, with a view toward determining the benefits received and the problems encountered by the students in producing instructional media required for their college activities. The hypothesis of the study is as follows: Students using the Student Audiovisual Production Laboratory at Central Washington State College are not experiencing any major difficulties in producing the materials to meet their needs.


A Study To Measure The Value Of Videotape Replays For Self-Evaluation By Teacher-Trainees Prior To Their Student Teaching Experience, John Edwin Bieber Jan 1968

A Study To Measure The Value Of Videotape Replays For Self-Evaluation By Teacher-Trainees Prior To Their Student Teaching Experience, John Edwin Bieber

All Master's Theses

A study to determine if teacher-trainees who view a videotape replay of themselves practicing specific teaching skills prior to receiving an analysis of their lesson will score significantly higher on a specially designed rating instrument than trainees who practice the same skills but receive no videotape-replay and must rely on their ability to recall a mental image as they receive an analysis of their lesson.