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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.


An Investigation Of Attitudes Towards The Objectives Of And The Preparation For Junior High School Teaching As Expressed By Selected Central Washington State College Graduates, Edward Morris Command Jun 1968

An Investigation Of Attitudes Towards The Objectives Of And The Preparation For Junior High School Teaching As Expressed By Selected Central Washington State College Graduates, Edward Morris Command

All Master's Theses

It was the original purpose of this study to determine the attitudes of the 1962-1966 Central Washington State College graduates, who were placed in junior high school teaching positions, towards the preparation they received for junior high teaching at Central Washington State College.


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 On The Effectiveness Of The Neurological Impress Method As A Remedial Reading Technique, Anthony Cairl Embrey May 1968

A Study On The Effectiveness Of The Neurological Impress Method As A Remedial Reading Technique, Anthony Cairl Embrey

All Master's Theses

There are many students who have quite serious reading problems which are not attributable to below normal intelligence. The task of this research was to determine the effectiveness of the Neurological Impress Method of reading instruction with these kinds of students. The method was evaluated in terms of its effect on the students' reading comprehension and reading vocabulary.


An Investigation Of The Pre-Planning Phases Of The Vale School Team Teaching Program, Conrad W. Lautensleger Mar 1968

An Investigation Of The Pre-Planning Phases Of The Vale School Team Teaching Program, Conrad W. Lautensleger

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to investigate the nature and sequence of the preliminary planning accomplished prior to the actual initiation of the Vale Elementary School team teaching program. This paper will not attempt to establish a relationship between improved instruction and elementary team teaching.


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.