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Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 6, Salve Regina College Dec 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 6, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 5, Salve Regina College Dec 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 5, Salve Regina College

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No abstract provided.


A Comparison Of Present Position Of Selected College And University Personnel Administrators In The Southeastern United States To The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Roy S. Jones Dec 1983

A Comparison Of Present Position Of Selected College And University Personnel Administrators In The Southeastern United States To The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Roy S. Jones

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The problem was to determine whether a significant relationship existed among the present positions, career goals, and results of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator using selected college and university personnel administrators in the Southern Region of the College and University Personnel Association (CUPA). Literature was reviewed in order to determine the previous research of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as it applies to college and university personnel administrators. The standard Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was chosen as the personality inventory instrument. Colleges and universities surveyed were selected using the Southern Region of the College and University Personnel Association (CUPA) as the group. The Myers-Briggs ...


Analysis Of Teacher Evaluation Instruments In Use In Tennessee Public School Systems, Jane L. Williams Dec 1983

Analysis Of Teacher Evaluation Instruments In Use In Tennessee Public School Systems, Jane L. Williams

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to analyze teacher evaluation instruments in use in Tennessee public school systems relative to type of instrument and content in relation to six school system characteristics. Differences were sought between school systems in relation to participation in teacher contract negotiations, per pupil expenditure, average annual teacher salary, method of selection of superintendents, type of school system, and size of school system in their choice of type of instrument and in the content of their instruments. A content analysis coding sheet was devised for use in the study categorizing the content of teacher evaluation instruments ...


An Assessment Of The Status Of Articulation Between Public Secondary Schools, Vocational Schools, And Community Colleges In Virginia, Linda H. Kilgore Dec 1983

An Assessment Of The Status Of Articulation Between Public Secondary Schools, Vocational Schools, And Community Colleges In Virginia, Linda H. Kilgore

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine the status of general education and occupational program articulation efforts and practices as they existed between community colleges and the public secondary and vocational schools in Virginia. The problem was to also determine if a positive climate existed which was necessary for the planning of articulated programs between the secondary, vocational, and community college systems. The climate was determined by the perceptions reported by administrators toward articulation activities. The population studied included the academic deans from 10 Virginia community colleges and the principals of representative public secondary and vocational schools from each ...


Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 4, Salve Regina College Nov 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 4, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Special Bulletin, November 9, 1983, Salve Regina College Nov 1983

Newsbulletin Special Bulletin, November 9, 1983, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 3, Salve Regina College Nov 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 3, Salve Regina College

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Aera-Sig Curriculum Newsletter, American Educational Research Association Nov 1983

Aera-Sig Curriculum Newsletter, American Educational Research Association

SIG Newsletters (1970-1995)

Issue No. 24


Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 2, Salve Regina College Oct 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 2, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 1, Salve Regina College Oct 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 14, No. 1, Salve Regina College

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Special Newsbulletin, September 12, 1983, Salve Regina College Sep 1983

Special Newsbulletin, September 12, 1983, Salve Regina College

Newsbulletin

No abstract provided.


The Development Of An Oral Test To Assess The English Proficiency Of Bilingual Teachers, Ruth Inzinna Sep 1983

The Development Of An Oral Test To Assess The English Proficiency Of Bilingual Teachers, Ruth Inzinna

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to develop an oral English proficiency test and administer it to a pilot group of students.


A Model Unit For Teaching Career Awareness To Fifth And Sixth Grade Special Education Students, Nancy H. Byers Aug 1983

A Model Unit For Teaching Career Awareness To Fifth And Sixth Grade Special Education Students, Nancy H. Byers

All Graduate Projects

The purpose of this project was to provide teachers of fifth- and sixth-grade special education students with: 1. A career awareness unit on the fast food drive-in industry which includes specific lessons in the curriculum areas of reading, math, language arts, communication skills, health/science, social studies, and art. 2. A pre-postevaluation tool for measuring student's knowledge gained from the unit, student's self-concept, and student's attitude toward school.


Elementary School Principals' Perceptions Of The Importance Of Competencies Within Critical Administrative Task Areas, Melanie W. Greene Aug 1983

Elementary School Principals' Perceptions Of The Importance Of Competencies Within Critical Administrative Task Areas, Melanie W. Greene

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Problem. The problem of this study was to determine the importance of competencies within critical administrative task areas as perceived by selected elementary school principals. Methods. Participants for the study were randomly selected from a total population of 429 elementary principals serving schools containing kindergarten through grade six in the state of North Carolina. A questionnaire was mailed to the 250 principals selected to participate in the study. Of the returned instruments 187 were complete and used for statistical analyses, with the data being analyzed using the SPSS Statistical Package for the Social Sciences. Fourteen null hypotheses were formulated and ...


Elementary School Principals' Perceptions Of The Importance Of Competencies Within Critical Administrative Task Areas, Melanie W. Greene Aug 1983

Elementary School Principals' Perceptions Of The Importance Of Competencies Within Critical Administrative Task Areas, Melanie W. Greene

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Problem. The problem of this study was to determine the importance of competencies within critical administrative task areas as perceived by selected elementary school principals. Methods. Participants for the study were randomly selected from a total population of 429 elementary principals serving schools containing kindergarten through grade six in the state of North Carolina. A questionnaire was mailed to the 250 principals selected to participate in the study. Of the returned instruments 187 were complete and used for statistical analyses, with the data being analyzed using the SPSS Statistical Package for the Social Sciences. Fourteen null hypotheses were formulated and ...


A Syllabus For First Grade Teachers: Introducing Reading As A Functional Skill Through Food-Related Activities And Food Preparation, Tonia Carlene Mckenzie Jul 1983

A Syllabus For First Grade Teachers: Introducing Reading As A Functional Skill Through Food-Related Activities And Food Preparation, Tonia Carlene Mckenzie

All Graduate Projects

The purpose of the project was two-fold. First, it was developed to teach first grade children the importance of learning to read as a functional necessity. The second purpose was to develop methods of doing this while simultaneously reinforcing several beginning reading and comprehension skills in a motivational way. Both purposes are addressed in a syllabus for first grade teachers that outlines how to use food-related experiences to supplement a beginning reading program.


Curriculum Outline – Health Education Handicapped, Grades 7-12 Woodside School, Elaine A. Elliott Jul 1983

Curriculum Outline – Health Education Handicapped, Grades 7-12 Woodside School, Elaine A. Elliott

All Graduate Projects

The purpose of the project was to develop a curriculum in the area of Health that would meet the specialized needs of the Woodside School population.


The Development And Implementation Of A Program Of In-School-Suspension, Loren Grunenfelder Jul 1983

The Development And Implementation Of A Program Of In-School-Suspension, Loren Grunenfelder

All Graduate Projects

This study concentrates on suspension of students and in-school suspension programs. The end product of this project is a program of ISS which will fit the needs, resources, and facilities of Tumwater Junior High School. This ISS program is to be used to strengthen our existing discipline program.


Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 29, Salve Regina College May 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 29, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 28, Salve Regina College May 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 28, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 27, Salve Regina College May 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 27, Salve Regina College

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Remediating Spelling With Calligraphic Skills, Evelyn A. Heflen May 1983

Remediating Spelling With Calligraphic Skills, Evelyn A. Heflen

All Graduate Projects

In an effort to provide the remedial spelling student with visual-tactile-kinesthetic input, a model of spelling instruction which uses calligraphic equipment and skills was devised. Results from a pretest-posttest control group design revealed supportive evidence for the model.


A Teacher’S Guide To Develop Strategies To Teach Vocabulary Meaning In Social Studies, Jennifer Helen Kyllo May 1983

A Teacher’S Guide To Develop Strategies To Teach Vocabulary Meaning In Social Studies, Jennifer Helen Kyllo

All Graduate Projects

A vocabulary enrichment supplement to social studies for use at the sixth grade was developed. The guide included thirty-two vocabulary activities of various strategies to further enhance the social studies program. The activities developed use strategies from context clues, cloze, categorization, conceptual development, dictionary, thesaurus, vocabulary cards, and review. Student involvement was emphasized throughout the guide.


A Comparison Of Left And Right Brain Hemisphere Processing And Brain Related Sex Differences In Kindergarten Children, Margaret K. Hickerson May 1983

A Comparison Of Left And Right Brain Hemisphere Processing And Brain Related Sex Differences In Kindergarten Children, Margaret K. Hickerson

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of the study was to (1) compare the performance on left and right hemisphere processing tasks of male and female kindergarten students from three instructional approaches, and (2) to determine the effectiveness of an educational application: the use of "hands-on" inquiry-oriented science activities designed to engage the right hemisphere in improving left and right hemisphere processing. Subjects included 79 students enrolled in intact kindergarten classes representative of three instructional approaches: (1) the Traditional-Conventional Instructional Approach, (2) the Montessori Approach, and (3) the Open Activity-Centered Instructional Approach. The students were randomly assigned for treatment to experimental and control groups ...


A Sociolinguistic Profile Of The Pupils In The Bilingual Program At Martin Luther King, Jr. School #9, Silvia Billerio Mannino May 1983

A Sociolinguistic Profile Of The Pupils In The Bilingual Program At Martin Luther King, Jr. School #9, Silvia Billerio Mannino

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is two-fold:

1) to present a questionnaire that can be used to evaluate a child's language situation during an interim assessment of a bilingual program. Questions deal with language use in the domains of home, school and neighborhood and with attitudes toward Spanish and English, and toward bilingual education in general and a specific bilingual program. A self-report by the pupil is involved.

2) to present, via this instrument, a sociolinguistic profile of the 3 pupils in the bilingual program, grades 4 - 6, at Martin Luther King, Jr. School #9 in Rochester, New York ...


An Analysis Of Student Evaluation Of Selected Post Secondary Faculty Based On Student Perceptions Of The Utilization Of The Evaluation, Ann N. James May 1983

An Analysis Of Student Evaluation Of Selected Post Secondary Faculty Based On Student Perceptions Of The Utilization Of The Evaluation, Ann N. James

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine whether students' evaluation of faculty was affected by their perception of the utilization of the evaluation results. Three other variables were also investigated: faculty status, subject area of the class, and sex of the instructor. Data for this study were collected from twenty classes taught by ten instructors at a private post-secondary institution in East Tennessee. Both instructors and their classes were randomly selected. The total number of students surveyed was 303. Two classes for each of the ten instructors were administered the evaluation instrument by the investigator. The control group was ...


Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 26, Salve Regina College Apr 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 26, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 25, Salve Regina College Apr 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 25, Salve Regina College

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Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 24, Salve Regina College Apr 1983

Newsbulletin Vol. 13, No. 24, Salve Regina College

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