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- A Comparative Study of the Students' Recreational Program in the North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas, and the Teachers' Recreational Program in Amarillo, Texas
- This study is a comparative analysis of the recreational activities and facilities of 150 students attending the North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas, during the summer of 1940 and of 150 teachers in service in the public schools of Amarillo, Texas during 1940-41. The three-fold purpose of this investigation was to compare the recreational activities in which teachers in service and students in college participated, to secure from each subject a ranking of activities as to his choice for participation, and to determine the adequacy of recreational facilities for both groups.
- A Survey of Eye Hygiene in Ascher Silberstein Elementary School, Dallas, Texas
- The problem of this research was to make a survey of cumulative and permanent records of the children in the Ascher Silberstein Elementary School in order to discover the eye conditions, and to determine the necessity for an expanded program of eye hygiene.
- To Determine the Physical Activity Interests of the Junior High School Boys of Amarillo, Texas, to be Used as a Basis for a Physical Education Program
- The purpose of this study was to make an analysis of the physical activity interests of the junior high school boys of Amarillo, Texas, in order better to determine the content of the physical education program based on the physical activities in which boys indicated they were interested.
- To Revise the Program of Playground Activities for Grades One, Two, and Three for Rosemont Elementary School of Dallas, Texas, Based on the Evaluation of Twenty-Nine Playground Teachers and on the Game Choices of 750 Third-Grade Children of the Dallas City Schools
- The purpose of this study was to collect and tabulate material which would be embodied in a revised course of study for the playground activities for grades one, two, and three of the elementary schools of Dallas, Texas.