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The Evolution of Doors and Doorways
It has been desired that this work will provide interested students informative reading concerning doorways as a part of architecture. It is hoped that it will be a literary contribution to the beginning architectural student and that he study will provide a point of interest for the further study of architecture and its many elements.
The Evolution of Educational Philosophy Underlying the Modern Program of Industrial Arts with Particular Emphasis upon the Contributions of John Locke
This thesis is a study of the evolution of educational philosophy underlying the modern program of industrial arts with particular emphasis upon the contributions of John Locke. The problem is limited to the study of the philosophy and theories of Locke with a brief coverage of Greek, [mediaeval], and modern periods of philosophy. It is impossible to cover in detail all the works of the three historical periods. Only the important general aspects which have a direct bearing on Locke and his influence upon industrial arts are discussed in detail in this study.
The Evolution of the Cornice
The purpose of this study was to make an investigation into the historical development and evolution of the cornice as an element in architectural design.
The Evolution of the Window as a Functional Part of the Home with Special Reference to Architectural Design
This study will deal specifically with the architectural design of windows used in the homes, temples, cathedrals, and churches in Europe from primitive times to the eighteenth century, and during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries in America. The study will not include the construction of windows nor the manufacture of the glass used in windows.
An Experimental Investigation of the Relative Effectiveness of Two Methods of Teaching Mechanical Drawing
The purpose of this study was twofold: First, to analyze two methods of teaching mechanical drawing in the seventh grade by conducting an experiment to determine by which method the greatest amount of achievement was obtained by the students in the ability to visualize, sketch, letter, and understand three-view drawing; and second, to recommend a work plan and certain teaching techniques for teaching mechanical drawing in the seventh grade of the Santa Fe, New Mexico Junior High School, based upon the method by which the greater amount of achievement was indicated in the study.
The Extent to which Texas High School Woodworking Laboratories Comply with Standards of the Texas Occupational Safety Board
The purpose of this study is threefold: (1) to identify and compile recommended safety standards for woodworking laboratories concerning guarding of machines, electrical wiring, fire prevention, flooring materials, and aisles; (2) to identify the standards that pertain to the physical facility and equipment used in industrial arts laboratories and to make them available to teachers and administrators for use in renovation of existing facilities and planning new ones; and (3) to determine the extent to which industrial arts woodworking laboratories in Texas high schools are in compliance with the safety standards set forth by the Texas Occupational Safety Board.
The Extent to Which Work and Training Beyond High School are Influenced by Industrial Arts
The purpose of this study was to determine the influence industrial arts had on post-high school students in regard to their present field of work or study. The respondents were working in or pursuing additional education in fields directly related to the industrial arts courses they took in high school.
A Follow-up Study of the Semi-professional Engineering Graduates of Arlington State College
The purposes of this study are to evaluate the effectiveness of the training program at Arlington State College; to evaluate the curricula of the Semi-Professional Engineering Program at Arlington State College; and if needed, suggest improvements in the Semi-Professional Engineering curriculum at Arlington State College.
The Formulation of Wood Stain Solvents and Color Formulas Suitable for Use in the School or Home Laboratory
The problem with which this study was concerned was that of developing wood stain formulas from a small supply of materials. These formulas should produce a wide variety of colors from which to select, the use of which should be suited to the school or home laboratory.
The Growth and Development of Technical Education in Nigeria
The problem of this study was to determine whether or not technical education has grown and developed in Nigeria and to identify problems affecting its growth.
The Growth of Industrial Arts in the Secondary Schools of Texas from 1927 to 1948
The purpose of this study was to determine the growth of industrial arts in the secondary schools of Texas from the year of 1927 to 1948.
A Historical Study of the Use of Wood and the Kinds of Woods Used in the Construction of Implements, Furniture and Buildings
This is a study of the woods used by man in the construction of implements, furniture and buildings from the the first known use of wood to the present day use of this material.
The Identification of Effective Practices for Teaching Multiple Shop Activities
This study was conducted to identify certain effective practices currently being utilized in teaching multiple activity industrial arts classes. The study was concerned with those practices being used in middle school, junior high school, and intermediate school general shop classes where multiple activities were being taught.
Industrial Application of Three-dimensional Engineering Models to Development of Product Design and Its Relation to Industrial Arts Programs
The problem encountered in this study was threefold: 1. To analyze the field of engineering models used in design studies and identify and define the way in which they are applied to product development. 2. To determine the degree and extent of skills and knowledge necessary for constructing engineering models. 3. To compare the skills and knowledge associated with model building to course content offered in industrial arts.
The Industrial Arts and the Philosophy of Herbart
This study attempts to analyze the philosophy of Johann Friedrich Herbart in the field of the science of education and to determine if the philosophy of industrial arts would make his philosophy more meaningful and far-reaching.
Industrial Arts in the Carrollton High School, Carrollton, Texas
This study is to determine a sound industrial arts program which will meet better the needs of the students attending Carrollton High School and the community.
The Influence of Comenius upon Current Interpretations of Industrial Arts
This study was made to determine the contributions of John Amos Comenius to the field of education and to analyze specifically his work in this field which would indicate that his philosophy contained concepts for industrial arts which are applicable today.
The Influences of the Manual Labor Movement on Industrial Arts in America
This is a study of the influences of the Manual Labor Movement in Europe and in America on industrial arts taught in the secondary schools of the United States.
Interpreting Industrial Arts in the School-Community
The purpose of this study is threefold: (1) to review the literature concerning school interpretation programs and the industrial arts phase of the public relations program based upon research studies, opinions and recommendations of leaders in education and industrial arts education; (2) to gather data concerning current practices used in the industrial arts departments during the year 1953-1954; and (3) to analyze the data in order to determine whether the current practice of industrial arts interpretation coincide with the interpretation program recommended by leaders in the field of education.
James P. Haney's Contribution to Industrial Arts
The study of James Parton Haney is threefold in purpose. The first purpose is to study the life and educational background of Haney in order to gain an understanding of the man and his educational objectives. A second purpose is to gain an insight into Haney's philosophy of education, and the third purpose is to examine the available writings of Haney in an attempt to analyze his philosophy of industrial arts as a phase of general education.
Measures Available to Industrial Arts Teachers to Control Discipline in Industrial Arts Laboratories
This study was concerned with corrective and preventive measures available to and used by industrial arts teachers to maintain and control student discipline in industrial arts laboratories.
An Occupational Therapy Curriculum Study
In order to provide an understanding of the curricula of the colleges and universities active in the training of occupational therapists and to assist in gaining knowledge from their experience, this study attempts to analyze the training program of all these schools. The available information, as well as a resulting "connecting thread" in these different curricula, will aid any college or university that wishes to accept the challenge of the aforementioned demand in establishing an outstanding department of occupational therapy.
Principles and Application of Numerically Controlled Machines
The purpose of this study is threefold. First, numerical control will be analyzed objectively to ascertain its justification in terms of meeting the requirements of the basic manufacturing process phases. Secondly, the study will consist of an evaluation of the field of industrial arts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to determine how numerical control has been accepted in the educational field and what preparation, if any, is being made to include the teaching of this new industrial concept. Thirdly, the study will investigate the feasibility and cost of installing numerically controlled equipment in the industrial arts laboratories of North Texas State University.
Proposed Guidelines for an Industrial Arts Program for the Mentally Retarded in Public School Systems
The problem was concerned with determining what skills were necessary for the employment of the mentally retarded and what guidelines may be used in developing these skills in the secondary level industrial arts program. The study developed guidelines which should prove useful to an industrial arts instructor having mentally retarded students in his classroom. The guidelines were based upon the results of an industrial survey and available literature.
The Religious Aspects of Labor
The purpose of this study is to determine if it is possible that training in the crafts as used in industrial arts today could be an aid to a better understanding of the meaning of religion or at least to give the student room for philosophic thinking rather than merely training in crafts.
A Study and Evaluation of the Lighting in the Industrial Arts Shops of the Fort Worth Public Schools
There are many factors to be considered when studying the lighting of industrial arts shops. Adequate light is one of the most important factors, and by adequate lighting is meant light that is sufficient in quantity and quality. Other factors to be considered include the location of the shops in the building, the windows, interior painting, width, and length, and the ceiling height of the shoprooms. The study herein is directed toward better lighting in the industrial arts shops for more efficient work.
A Study of Achievement and Term Grades of Beginning Drafting Students in College Relating to Their High School Drawing Instruction
This study was to ascertain what relationship exists between the semester grades earned by students enrolled in the beginning drafting course at North Texas State University and the number of years of mechanical drawing that the student had in high school.
A Study of Building Materials and Processes and Their Influence on the Design and Construction of Contemporary Small Homes
The purpose of this study is to make an investigation of the most common new building materials and to determine how their uses are changing the design of modern small home architecture.
A Study of Calvin Milton Woodward's Contribution to the Present-Day Field of Industrial Arts
This study was made to determine the contributions of Calvin Milton Woodward to the field of industrial arts. His work will be analyzed so as to prove that his philosophy of manual training is directly related to the underlying philosophy of the industrial arts system.
A Study of Contemporary Industrial Arts Education and Industrial Technology Education Programs
This study is an investigation of the baccalaureate degree requirements in industrial arts education and industrial technology education with special emphasis on the similarities and differences between the two curriculums. The criteria used as a basis for comparison are (1) clarification of terminology, (2) historical trends in the development of the present programs, (3) basic program philosophies, (4) curriculum content, (5) objectives sought by each curriculum, (6) number of graduates from each program, and (7) employment of the graduates.
A Study of Current Practices in Maintaining Industrial Arts Laboratories in Secondary Schools in the State of Texas
The problem of this study was to determine what are the maintenance practices and to what extent are they being used by industrial arts teachers in the subject areas of woodworking, metalworking, and drafting at the secondary level in the state of Texas.
A Study of Facilities and Processes of Finishing Recommended for Industry as Compared with Facilities Available and Processes Used in Ninety-five Industrial Arts Shops in Texas Schools
This is a study of the facilities and processes used in finishing wood and metal projects used in industry as compared with facilities available and the processes used in industrial arts programs in one hundred Texas schools.
A Study of Industrial Arts Programs of the Teacher Training Institutions of Oklahoma to Determine if the Teachers of Industrial Arts in the High Schools of Oklahoma are Receiving Adequate Training
The purpose of this study is to determine to what extent the high school teachers of industrial arts in the State of Oklahoma are being used and trained to meet the apparent needs and trends in the field of industrial arts; and to make the results available in a helpful way to all persons interested in working in the field, or in preparing for, or preparing others for service in the field.
A Study of Industrial Arts Students and Non-industrial Arts Students in Midland High School
The purpose of this study was to compare industrial arts and non-industrial arts students in Midland High School, Midland, Texas. Data were gathered and analyzed to compare industrial arts and non-industrial arts students' chronological ages, family background, I. Q, scores and percentile rankings from intelligence tests, final grade point averages, vocational interests as described by the Kuder Occupational Interest Survey, vocational and educational ambitions, hobby interests, and reasons for election or non-election of industrial arts.
A Study of Industrial Arts Woodworking Housing and Equipment Facilities in Texas
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A Study of Job Prerequisites for Certain Female Employees in the Electronics Industry in the Dallas Metropolitan Area
This study attempted to find out what the employment opportunities and requirements were for women in certain areas of electronic manufacturing.
A Study of Junior College Plastics Curriculums and the Requirements of the Reinforced Plastics Industry in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
The study is a comparison of junior college plastics curriculums in Dallas, Tarrant, and surrounding counties and the requirements of the reinforced plastics industry in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A Study of Methods, Organization and Subject Matter in the Laboratory of Industries Plan in Seventy-five Public Schools of Texas
A study of methods, organization and subject matter in the Laboratory of Industries plan in seventy-five public schools of Texas.
A Study of Numerically Controlled Machines
This is a study of numerical control, its application, and the design of a numerical control program for a drilling machine. The study sought to obtain information on the function of numerical control; the different types of numerical control used by industry; and, the advantages of using numerical control.
A Study of Personal Traits and Professional Qualities of Prospective Industrial Arts Teachers by School Officials and Industrial Arts Teacher Educators
The purposes of this study were (1) to determine what personal traits and professional qualities school officials seek in their duties of employing industrial arts teachers; (2) to determine what personal traits and professional qualities the industrial arts teacher educators believe to be most important for their students to possess upon completion of their formal education; and (3) to determine what type of appraisal form is considered most helpful by school officials and college educators.
A Study of Practices Used in the Classroom for the Prevention or Correction of Discipline Problems
The purpose of the study was to establish relationships pertaining to the use of practices involving the prevention or correction of discipline problems between academic and industrial arts teachers.
A Study of Safety in the Industrial Arts Laboratories in the Dallas Independent School District
This is a study of the safety in the industrial arts laboratories in the Dallas Independent School System. A questionnaire was sent to each instructor of industrial arts metalworking, woodworking, electricity, and power mechanics, and included nine main areas of safety.
A Study of Safety in the Industrial Arts Programs in the Fort Worth Public Schools, Fort Worth, Texas, Based upon Recommended Safety Standards
The purpose of the study was actually fourfold: first, to study the literature in the field of safety education with special reference to safety education in industrial arts programs concerning the present safety programs and safety standards as compared with those recommended by authorities in the field of safety; second, to visit each of the industrial arts programs and record information concerning the condition of the building and equipment and the use of these facilities; third; to compile the data for interpretation; and fourth, if an analysis of these data indicates a need for revision of the present safety programs, suggestions for improving the programs will be submitted to the supervisor of industrial arts and other administrators of the Fort Worth Public Schools.
A Study of Some "Discipline Dangers" in the Industrial Arts Laboratories of Fort Worth, Texas, Public Schools
This is a study of the opinions of industrial arts teachers(presently teaching in the Fort Worth Public Schools, Fort Worth, Texas) concerning factors affecting discipline in industrial arts laboratories.
A Study of Standards for Industrial Arts Housing Facilities for Industrial Arts at Arlington Heights Senior High School, Fort Worth, Texas
This is a study of the standards and current practices as related to housing facilities for industrial arts programs with recommendations concerning the proposed housing facilities for industrial arts in the Arlington Heights Senior High School, Fort Worth, Texas, based upon present and future estimated scholastic enrollment and accepted standards and practices.
A Study of Student-Personnel Organization Used in the Junior High School Industrial Arts Programs in Texas
The problem of this study is to determine the types of classroom organization and the extent of their use in the junior high school industrial arts programs.
A Study of Tests Available for Use in Industrial Arts and Procedures Used by Industrial Arts Teachers in Ascertaining Student Progress and Semester Grades
The over-all purpose of this study is to ascertain whether industrial arts teachers in Texas are utilizing methods in testing and in assigning final grades.
A Study of the Auto Mechanics Courses Taught in the Senior High Schools of Texas and the Opinions and Recommendations of School Administrators and Industrial Arts Teachers Concerning Auto Mechanics
The purpose of this study is to analyze the adequacy of the automobile mechanics courses taught in certain Texas high schools to determine (1) what high schools of Texas offer courses in auto mechanics; (2) in what place in the curriculum are such courses offered; (3) what methods of teaching auto mechanics are being used; (4) how many units are offered and what is contained in each unit; and (5) the opinions of the school administrators, auto mechanics teachers, and industrial arts teachers as to what should be taught in the auto mechanics courses.
A Study of the Availability of Industrial Arts Teachers and its Effects Upon the Industrial Arts Programs in the Public Schools of North Texas
The purpose of this study was to determine the availability of qualified industrial arts teachers in the twenty-four North Texas area school districts surveyed; and to ascertain the effects of industrial arts teacher availability upon the status of the industrial arts programs in the school districts surveyed.
A Study of the Course Offerings in Machine Woodworking I and II in the High Schools in the State of Texas to Ascertain if Any Deviations are Made from the State Predescribed Course of Study
This is a study of the course offerings in machine woodworking I and II in the high schools in the state of Texas to ascertain if any deviations have been made from the state proscribed course of study to meet the individual needs of the community.