Prose Writings of José Rubén Romero

Prose Writings of José Rubén Romero

Date: August 1967
Creator: Ballard, Shirley S.
Description: This thesis presents a brief biography of the Mexican writer José Rubén Romero and discusses his prose writings, with an emphasis on his novels.
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A Comparison of Selected Educational Cost Factors with Twelve Related Indices

A Comparison of Selected Educational Cost Factors with Twelve Related Indices

Date: January 1970
Creator: Meeker, Thomas Bailey
Description: This study involved a determination of the relationships between certain educational indices in each of the fifty states and the District of Columbia and various factors pertaining to the cost of education.
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The Effects of Feedback on Teachers' Verbal Behavior and Attitudes Toward In-Service Education

The Effects of Feedback on Teachers' Verbal Behavior and Attitudes Toward In-Service Education

Date: August 1969
Creator: Bond, Patricia Y. (Patricia Yarborough)
Description: The problem of this study was to determine the effect of the use of Flanders' system of interaction analysis on the verbal behavior of an elementary school faculty and on their attitudes toward in-service education.
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Pedagogical and Andragogical Principles of John Wesley's Anthology

Pedagogical and Andragogical Principles of John Wesley's Anthology

Date: August 1998
Creator: Hall, Elaine Friedrich
Description: This study is a historical and philosophical analysis of significant educational concepts John Wesley espoused during his lifetime from 1703-1791. Specifically this document examines Wesley's use of pedagogical and andragogical principles through the educational undertakings of the early Methodist movement.
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Academic Lineage and Student Performance in Medical School

Academic Lineage and Student Performance in Medical School

Date: August 1999
Creator: Wright, James Scott
Description: This research investigated the association between academic lineage and student performance in medical school. The purposes of the study were to: (1) determine whether the Carnegie classifications of medical school applicants' institutions of origin are associated with academic performance in medical school; (2) consider the relationship between the admission selectivity of the schools of origin and the academic performance of medical school students; (3) compare the performance of medical students from institutions under public governing control with students from privately controlled institutions; and (4) establish a model by which the relative academic strengths of applicants from a variety of undergraduate institutions can be understood more clearly based on the previous performance of medical students from schools with similar institutional characteristics. A review of the literature on medical school admissions was completed and used to develop this research. Medical students from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas who enrolled between the years 1990 and 1994 and graduated or were dismissed between the years 1994 and 1998 were selected as the sample for the study (n=933). The undergraduate institution of origin for each student was coded based on its Carnegie classification, admissions selectivity group, and whether its governing control ...
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A Study of the Effectiveness of Four Instructional Techniques of Teaching ARC Welding at the University Level

A Study of the Effectiveness of Four Instructional Techniques of Teaching ARC Welding at the University Level

Date: January 1970
Creator: Chrisman, Joseph P., 1934-
Description: The problem was to study the effectiveness of four instructional techniques of teaching arc welding at the university level.
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An Evaluation of the University of North Texas' "Youth Opportunities Unlimited" Program (a Compensatory Education Program for At-Risk, Secondary School Students)

An Evaluation of the University of North Texas' "Youth Opportunities Unlimited" Program (a Compensatory Education Program for At-Risk, Secondary School Students)

Date: August 1995
Creator: Stovall, Pat Weeks
Description: Even though the Youth Opportunities Unlimited program has been in effect for ten years, there exists no current, comprehensive, effectiveness research on YOU. Such analysis is needed to determine the value of the YOU program. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the YOU program. Both quantitative and qualitative research methods are used in this study. Quantitative analysis is provided through factual data collected through an alumni survey. Qualitative analysis is provided through personal opinion information obtained from YOU alumni through the survey and by personal interview. The YOU program at UNT is a successful compensatory education program that helps improve the education and the lives of America's at-risk students.
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