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  Partner: UNT Libraries
 Department: Department of Education
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Year: 1956
 Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertations
Book Selection Practices in a Selected Number of Secondary and Junior High School Libraries

Book Selection Practices in a Selected Number of Secondary and Junior High School Libraries

Date: 1956
Creator: Blair, Leta Earline
Description: The purposes of this study are to make an investigation of practices used in a number of selected schools in selecting library materials for the school libraries and to evaluate these practices against criteria developed from a study of recommended standards and practices in the fields of library science and education.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
A Follow-Up Study of Seventy-Nine Maladjusted Boys who Received Treatment at Camp Woodland Springs, Dallas, Texas

A Follow-Up Study of Seventy-Nine Maladjusted Boys who Received Treatment at Camp Woodland Springs, Dallas, Texas

Date: 1956
Creator: Breining, Wilbur Clarence, Jr.
Description: This research problem concerns a follow-up study of seventy-nine boys who have undergone extensive therapy and supervised training in group-living over an extended period of time at Camp Woodland Springs, Dallas, Texas. The problem under consideration is one of determining the operating efficiency of this institution in its main purpose of rehabilitating boys who have generally lacked the social and personal skills necessary to satisfactory adjustment in their respective environments.
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The Nature of Individual Differences and Ways of Taking Care of Them, With Emphasis Upon Arithmetic in the Higher Grades at the Elementary Level

The Nature of Individual Differences and Ways of Taking Care of Them, With Emphasis Upon Arithmetic in the Higher Grades at the Elementary Level

Date: 1956
Creator: Henderson, Anne Porter
Description: The over-all purpose of this study is to determine the ways in which children differ from one another as related to the instructional program in the school, to point out ways of taking care of individual differences in the learning situations in the classroom, and to apply these principles to the teaching and learning of arithmetic in the higher grades at the elementary level.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries