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Multidisciplinary Minor In Gerontology, The College At Brockport, College Senate Mar 1981

Multidisciplinary Minor In Gerontology, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

Outlines the rationale, structure, courses, administration, implementation and funding for an interdisciplinary minor in Gerontology.


A,B Course Designations, The College At Brockport, College Senate Feb 1981

A,B Course Designations, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

Some courses are now registered (A, B) and should be re-registered as either A or B, depending on whether the majority of the course content is liberal arts, or non-liberal arts.


Guidelines For Distinctions Between Liberal Arts And Non-Liberal Arts Courses, The College At Brockport, College Senate Feb 1981

Guidelines For Distinctions Between Liberal Arts And Non-Liberal Arts Courses, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

Distinguishes between characteristics of a liberal arts course and a non-liberal arts course, using the categories of locus of value, subjects taught, skills taught, and end or objective.


Assessing Achievement In Quantitative Skills, The College At Brockport, College Senate Feb 1981

Assessing Achievement In Quantitative Skills, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

Discusses the goal of the Quantitative Skills requirement, and provides policies and procedures for determining students' achievement in this area.


A Training Program To Develop Specific Manual Dexterity Skills Of Down’S Syndrome Children, Susan Patterson Jan 1981

A Training Program To Develop Specific Manual Dexterity Skills Of Down’S Syndrome Children, Susan Patterson

Kinesiology, Sport Studies, and Physical Education Master’s Theses

This study was designed to determine if the fine motor skills of three young Down’s Syndrome children functioning below average in manual dexterity skills could be improved through a systematic training program. The selected subjects were met individually for thirty minutes a day, four days per week (Monday through Thursday), for a period of seven weeks. Each child was trained by repeated practice on ten specific tasks involving arm, hand, and finger manipulation. Subjective data recorded during each session by the investigator indicated that, generally, all three subjects appeared to improve on the manual dexterity tasks. These results were ...