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A Study To Determine The Contribution Of Laboratory Training To Student Activities In Auburn High School, Howard Conway Webb Iii Aug 1969

A Study To Determine The Contribution Of Laboratory Training To Student Activities In Auburn High School, Howard Conway Webb Iii

All Master's Theses

The purposes of the study are (1) to develop a practical rating scale to evaluate the activity program, and (2) to determine the contribution of laboratory training to student activities in Auburn High School. This study was conducted at Auburn High School during the 1968-1969 school year.


Attitudes Of Principals Concerning Their Role As A Result Of Professional Negotiations In The State Of Washington, Karl Michael Fankhuaser Aug 1969

Attitudes Of Principals Concerning Their Role As A Result Of Professional Negotiations In The State Of Washington, Karl Michael Fankhuaser

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to examine the attitudes of principals as to whether they saw their roles changing as a result of professional negotiations, (2) to show how the principals felt their roles would be changed, (3) to examine which type or group of principals felt most threatened by professional negotiations, and (4) what stratagem principals may follow in the future as a reaction to teacher militancy.


Periodical Use In Secondary School Libraries In The State Of Washington: A Survey With Recommendations, Lillian C. Canzler Aug 1969

Periodical Use In Secondary School Libraries In The State Of Washington: A Survey With Recommendations, Lillian C. Canzler

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to assess through a questionnaire-study the use of 213 selected periodicals by faculty and students in high schools in first and second class districts in the State of Washington, and (2) to determine some general values held regarding periodicals.


The Major Factors That Have Affected The Game Of Basketball Since Its Inception, Robert Charles Werner Aug 1969

The Major Factors That Have Affected The Game Of Basketball Since Its Inception, Robert Charles Werner

All Master's Theses

There are five major factors that have affected this game of basketball since it had its beginning back in 1891 and the writer will attempt to cover these in the next five chapters of this publication .


A Comparative Study Of The Extra-Curricular Programs Of The Middle Schools And Junior High Schools Of The State Of Washington, Alfred A. Pflugrath Jr. Jul 1969

A Comparative Study Of The Extra-Curricular Programs Of The Middle Schools And Junior High Schools Of The State Of Washington, Alfred A. Pflugrath Jr.

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to compare the extra-curricular programs in the junior high schools and middle schools of the state of Washington. The study will test the general hypothesis that there is currently no difference in the activity program 6f junior high schools and middle schools.


A Comparative Engineering Analysis Of Food Service Operations, Adolf Carl Hock Jun 1969

A Comparative Engineering Analysis Of Food Service Operations, Adolf Carl Hock

All Master's Theses

The purpose of the study was to measure objectively the effectiveness of the a la carte and scramble systems in each of the three Central Washington State College dining halls--East Holmes, West Holmes, and the Commons. No data at this time were available for the new system as it pertains to the serving line rate, the serving time per person, the number of people in the serving line, the dining time per person and the number of people in the dining room.


Birth Order And Its Relationship To Dogmatism, John Richard Downs Jun 1969

Birth Order And Its Relationship To Dogmatism, John Richard Downs

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to take one definable personality pattern, open and closed mindedness, and to see if this dimension is reflected in ordinal birth position, specifically first- and later-born. The literature reviewed in this study appears to describe the first-born very much like Rokeach (1960) describes his closed-minded person. Further, the description of the later-born is very much in line with Rokeach's description of the open-minded person.


A Comparative Study Of The Role And Responsibility Of The Head Resident As Seen By The Head Resident And Students Of Selected Residence Halls At Central Washington State College, John Emmett Ward Jun 1969

A Comparative Study Of The Role And Responsibility Of The Head Resident As Seen By The Head Resident And Students Of Selected Residence Halls At Central Washington State College, John Emmett Ward

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to investigate and gather data from many sources which pertained to college and university housing; to compare and evaluate other institutions of higher learning with that of Central Washington State College in regards to residence halls, student activities, and the Head Resident position; and to gain a better understanding of the position of Head Resident by soliciting the opinions of students and Head Residents in the form of a questionnaire so that meaningful information could be compiled and evaluated.


The Effects Of Distraction On The Simple Reaction Time Of Normal And Retarded Students, Franklin Dean Carlson May 1969

The Effects Of Distraction On The Simple Reaction Time Of Normal And Retarded Students, Franklin Dean Carlson

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate the possible effects of auditory and visual distraction on the simple reaction time performance of normal and mentally retarded high school students. Specifically, these tests were concerned with assessing the effect of various combinations of loud popular music and bright flashing lights upon an individual's ability to attend to a simple reaction test device.


Preferential Food Habits Of Aplodontia Rufa, Lennis Orville Allen Mar 1969

Preferential Food Habits Of Aplodontia Rufa, Lennis Orville Allen

All Master's Theses

In summary, the findings of this study are that the mountain beaver does exhibit preferences in his food habits. It selects for food just less than one-half of the available plant species. Three species are preferred over all others selected for food, those species being sword-fern, salal, and brake-fern.