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A Survey Of First Year Elementary Teacher Attitudes Regarding Supervision And Evaluation Practices Of Their Principals, Larry L. Thomas Jul 1968

A Survey Of First Year Elementary Teacher Attitudes Regarding Supervision And Evaluation Practices Of Their Principals, Larry L. Thomas

All Master's Theses

It is the opinion of this writer that a teacher's attitude toward his building principal greatly affects his ability to perform in the classroom. If he is receiving the assistance he deserves and needs, his chances of success and continuance in the teaching field are greatly enhanced. This is especially true in the case of the beginning teacher who faces the innumerable problems inherent in teaching for the first time.


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 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.


A Comparative Study Of The Needs And Values Of Prospective Teachers Of Special Education And Regular Education, James H. Olson Jun 1968

A Comparative Study Of The Needs And Values Of Prospective Teachers Of Special Education And Regular Education, James H. Olson

All Master's Theses

It was concluded in the present study that there were areas of significant difference between the prospective teachers of special education and the prospective teachers of regular education with regard to their needs and values. The two instruments used to obtain this information were the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule and the Allport Vernon Lindzey Study of Values. The tests were administered to both groups of prospective teachers in the initial stage of their preparation for the teaching profession.


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.