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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 13, Salve Regina College Dec 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 13, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 12, Salve Regina College Dec 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 12, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 11, Salve Regina College Dec 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 11, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 10, Salve Regina College Nov 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 10, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 9, Salve Regina College Nov 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 9, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 8, Salve Regina College Nov 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 8, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 7, Salve Regina College Oct 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 7, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 6, Salve Regina College Oct 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 6, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 5, Salve Regina College Oct 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 5, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 4, Salve Regina College Oct 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 4, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 3, Salve Regina College Oct 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 3, Salve Regina College

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Teacher Vs. Learner Responsibility In Management Education, J. Scott Armstrong Oct 1980

Teacher Vs. Learner Responsibility In Management Education, J. Scott Armstrong

Marketing Papers

A literature review suggested that behavioral changes occur more rapidly when the learner assumed responsibility. Natural learning, an approach to help learners assume responsibility, was compared with the traditional strategy in seven field experiments. It produced more than twice as many long-term behavioral changes. It was superior also for attitude change, but not for gains in knowledge.


Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 2, Salve Regina College Sep 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 2, Salve Regina College

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Sailing Toward Oceania, Richard Warch Sep 1980

Sailing Toward Oceania, Richard Warch

Presidential Addresses

The Matriculation Convocation is the traditional start of the academic year. President Warch used many of his Convocation addresses to articulate the values and virtues of liberal learning.


Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 1, Salve Regina College Sep 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 9, No. 1, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 31, Salve Regina College Aug 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 31, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 30, Salve Regina College Jul 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 30, Salve Regina College

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Education And Income Distribution In Developing Countries: A Review Of The Literature, Gary S. Fields Jul 1980

Education And Income Distribution In Developing Countries: A Review Of The Literature, Gary S. Fields

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] This paper is a survey of the available literature on education and income distribution in developing countries. Education may affect the distribution of income in a variety of ways: by raising the level of income; by changing, for better or worse, the dispersion of income; by opening up new opportunities for the children of the poor and thereby serving as a vehicle for social mobility and/or, by limiting participation to the children of the well-to-do, transmitting intergenerational inequality; by offering greater access to favored segments of the population (boys, city-dwellers, certain racial groups); by rewarding differently the education ...


Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 29, Salve Regina College May 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 29, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 29 [Version 2], Salve Regina College May 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 29 [Version 2], Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 28, Salve Regina College May 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 28, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 27 [Sic], Salve Regina College May 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 27 [Sic], Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 27, Salve Regina College May 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 27, Salve Regina College

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Proposal For M.A. In Dance, The College At Brockport, College Senate Apr 1980

Proposal For M.A. In Dance, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

There are only seven broadly conceived master's degree programs in dance in the country, and none are in the SUNY system. The proposed M.A. in Dance is a terminal degree which speaks to the needs of artist-teachers, production specialists, notation-specialists, kinesiology specialists, and must for dance specialists. This extensive proposal outlines the structure of the program, including facilities and equipment needed, sample course sequence, course description, library holdings, and faculty names and vitae.


Proposed Revisions To The Certification / Degree Program, M.S. In Education: Reading Teacher (Or Alternate Degree M.P.S.: Reading Teacher), The College At Brockport, College Senate Apr 1980

Proposed Revisions To The Certification / Degree Program, M.S. In Education: Reading Teacher (Or Alternate Degree M.P.S.: Reading Teacher), The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

The credit load for EDI 795: Seminar in Reading Instruction will be increased from 3 hours to 6 hours to reflect increased learning competencies. The total hours for the program will be increased from 30 hours to 33 hours.


Proposed Revisions To Competency Based Teacher Education Elementary Permanent Certification Program, Master Of Science In Education, The College At Brockport, College Senate Apr 1980

Proposed Revisions To Competency Based Teacher Education Elementary Permanent Certification Program, Master Of Science In Education, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

Due to an amendment in the Education Law- Section 207, persons obtaining provisional certification after January 1, 1978 are required to complete graduate study which leads to a masters degree and which is "functionally relevant" to the area in which they seek permanent certification. In addition, two years of appropriate professional experience is required. This proposed revision for the masters degree in general elementary education is designed to offer a program of studiesto student which meets the requirements of a degree program of the state, and the needs and expectations of candidates for permanent certification.


Program Revision - Elementary Competency Based Teacher Education Program, The College At Brockport, College Senate Apr 1980

Program Revision - Elementary Competency Based Teacher Education Program, The College At Brockport, College Senate

College Senate Resolutions

This proposed revision is based upon evaluation and assessment of the initial program, and changes in Federal and state legislation and guidelines.


Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 26, Salve Regina College Apr 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 26, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 25, Salve Regina College Apr 1980

Newsbulletin Vol. 8, No. 25, Salve Regina College

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The Population-Food Squeeze: Education For Survival, N. Keith Roberts Apr 1980

The Population-Food Squeeze: Education For Survival, N. Keith Roberts

USU Faculty Honor Lectures

One in every four people living on our planet goes to bed hungry each day, and many more survive on inadequate diets only to die prematurely. At the same time, many of the world's natural resources are producing food far below their potential. Almost 25 percent of the Earth's adult population are illiterate, and many more are severely deficient in basic educational skills.