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Attitudes Of High School Students In Small Rural Schools Toward Interactive Satellite Instruction, Janet Kaye Johnson Jan 1988

Attitudes Of High School Students In Small Rural Schools Toward Interactive Satellite Instruction, Janet Kaye Johnson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Linguistic Content Analysis Of The Holt, Rinehart And Winston Series Of High School Biology Textbooks: A Longitudinal Study Focusing On The Use Of Inquiry , Elizabeth Miles Eltinge Jan 1988

Linguistic Content Analysis Of The Holt, Rinehart And Winston Series Of High School Biology Textbooks: A Longitudinal Study Focusing On The Use Of Inquiry , Elizabeth Miles Eltinge

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

A content analysis was performed on one series of high school biology textbooks spanning a thirty-year time period from 1956 to 1985. Science textbooks were selected for the study because, in general, the textbook is the major curriculum guide in a science classroom. The subject of biology was selected because it is the science course most frequently taken by high school students, and for many students, it is their only high school science course;The textbook series selected for this longitudinal study was Modern Biology, published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. The Holt series was selected because it has been ...


A Conceptual Framework For The Design And Delivery Of A University-Level Credit Course By Communications Satellite , Michael James Albright Jan 1988

A Conceptual Framework For The Design And Delivery Of A University-Level Credit Course By Communications Satellite , Michael James Albright

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The past few years have seen increased interest in the use of communications satellites for delivering instruction at the postsecondary level. This study was conducted to (1) compile a set of guidelines for the use of course developers in designing, delivering, and evaluating a satellite course; (2) identify those colleges and universities in the United States with experience in using satellites for credit course delivery; and (3) determine the degree to which the actual practices of these institutions conformed with the guidelines;A literature review in the fields of instructional telecommunications, distance education, and adult education was conducted, and twenty-three ...