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Theses/Dissertations

Academic theses

1963

Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research

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The Relationship Of Instruments’ Size And Shape To Handwriting Achievement, Thomas M. Hindman Aug 1963

The Relationship Of Instruments’ Size And Shape To Handwriting Achievement, Thomas M. Hindman

All Master's Theses

This experiment is concerned with the design of handwriting instruments. It is the purpose of this experiment to determine if the Zaner-Bloser finger-fitting instruments have any advantages as to speed and quality of handwriting over the conventional instruments as regularly used at sixth grade level.


An Experimental Study Of The Influence Of The Educational Comic Upon Content Achievement And Retention, Hugh Donald Jacobs Aug 1963

An Experimental Study Of The Influence Of The Educational Comic Upon Content Achievement And Retention, Hugh Donald Jacobs

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine (1) whether educational comics influence subject-matter learning, (2) whether this influence is related to sex differences, and (3) whether this influence is related to reading achievement.


Development Of Cardiovascular Fitness In Swimming By The Interval Training Method, Donald Leroy Cleman Aug 1963

Development Of Cardiovascular Fitness In Swimming By The Interval Training Method, Donald Leroy Cleman

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to evaluate the physical fitness of swimmers; (2) to evaluate the cardiovascular-respiratory responses and strength to a swimming program; and (3) to present various physical fitness tests results which were administered to a sampling of boys and girls ranging from ages seven to fifteen.


An Examination Of Written School Policies As They Pertain To School Leadership, Ralph L. Von Kaenel Aug 1963

An Examination Of Written School Policies As They Pertain To School Leadership, Ralph L. Von Kaenel

All Master's Theses

The result of this study will serve as an aid to help build a better understanding between the different units of the school. It will serve as a guide to the prospective administrator by listing an acceptable standard of responsibilities and duties for each position in our local schools, if such exists.


A Study Of The Expectations Of High School Seniors Concerning Marriage And College, Allen W. Gustafson Aug 1963

A Study Of The Expectations Of High School Seniors Concerning Marriage And College, Allen W. Gustafson

All Master's Theses

The problem was: (1) to study the expectations of high school seniors concerning marriage and education, and (2) to ascertain the amount of conflict between two of the important roles confronting many of the young adults, marriage and a college education.


A Comparative Study Of Basic Concerns Of Eighth And Tenth Grade Students, Paul S. Yeend Aug 1963

A Comparative Study Of Basic Concerns Of Eighth And Tenth Grade Students, Paul S. Yeend

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to compare the basic concerns of a group of early adolescent students with those of a mid-adolescent group.


A Partial Survey Of The Practices And Problems In The Hiring Of Negroes To Teach In The Public Schools Of Washington, Lila A. Hanson Jun 1963

A Partial Survey Of The Practices And Problems In The Hiring Of Negroes To Teach In The Public Schools Of Washington, Lila A. Hanson

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this survey to investigate the practices and problems in the hiring of Negroes to teach in the Public schools of Washington State.


A Study Of The Desirability Of The State Music Supervisor, Dwight Eduard Morris May 1963

A Study Of The Desirability Of The State Music Supervisor, Dwight Eduard Morris

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study has been to compare certain data and general information between states that do and states that do not employ a state music supervisor.


An Investigation Of Social Acceptance As A Function Of An Extra-Curricular Formal Dramatics Program Involving Sixth Grade Students, Larry B. Bowen Mar 1963

An Investigation Of Social Acceptance As A Function Of An Extra-Curricular Formal Dramatics Program Involving Sixth Grade Students, Larry B. Bowen

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this investigation to discover whether participation in formal dramatics as an extra-curricular activity in the elementary school affects the social acceptance of the children involved.