To Determine the Varying Degrees of Growth in Worthy Civic Attitudes and in Scientific Thinking Attained by Students in the Secondary School

To Determine the Varying Degrees of Growth in Worthy Civic Attitudes and in Scientific Thinking Attained by Students in the Secondary School

Date: August 1939
Creator: Cagle, Claudia
Description: This thesis determines the growth of scientific thinking and civic attitudes attained by students in the Grandfalls Royalty High School in West Texas.
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The Extent of Cheating and Factors Related to Cheating in the Junior High School Grades

The Extent of Cheating and Factors Related to Cheating in the Junior High School Grades

Date: August 1938
Creator: Watson, Lillian
Description: Thesis studying instances of cheating in junior high school. According to the introduction, the purpose of the study is: 1. To determine the extent to which pupils in the junior high school grades will cheat when allowed to score their own examination papers. 2. To determine the relation between the professed attitude toward cheating on examinations and actual cheating behavior. 3. To determine some factors related to cheating (p. 1).
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An Evaluation of Zavala Elementary School, Austin, Texas

An Evaluation of Zavala Elementary School, Austin, Texas

Date: August 1939
Creator: Lamb, W. Edwin
Description: This study is an evaluatioon of Zavala Elementary School in Austin, Texas in order to determine administration strengths and weaknesses.
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Attitudes, Perceptions, and Personal Problems of Three Groups of High School Students

Attitudes, Perceptions, and Personal Problems of Three Groups of High School Students

Date: August 1972
Creator: Arnold, Anna Beth
Description: The problem of the study was to compare three groups of high school seniors--college preparatory, vocational preparatory, and general diploma students--in scholastic achievement, attitudes, and types of personal problems.
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A Study of the Attitudes of Parents, Teachers and Principals Toward Parental Involvement in School Activities

A Study of the Attitudes of Parents, Teachers and Principals Toward Parental Involvement in School Activities

Date: May 1973
Creator: Baker, Jeroline Ann, 1932-
Description: The problem with which this investigation was concerned was that of surveying the attitudes of parents, teachers, and principals toward parental involvement in school activities. The study had a threefold purpose. The first was to determine the attitudes of parents toward involvement in school activities. The second was to determine the attitudes of teachers and principals toward parental involvement in schools. The third was to identify attitudes of parents, teachers, and principals toward various methods of involvement.
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A Comparison of Selected Attitudes and Values of the Adolescent Society in 1957 and 1972

A Comparison of Selected Attitudes and Values of the Adolescent Society in 1957 and 1972

Date: May 1973
Creator: Artmann, Edwin August
Description: The purpose of this paper was to investigate the structure and process of selected social influences during adolescence in one large high school. It was hypothesized that adolescents would be more oriented to peers and activities outside school and less oriented to academics, athletics, and other school-related activities. The study sought to answer questions about the social climate of the adolescent in a large high school and to analyze the implications of these findings for administrators and others who are interested in the optimum adjustment of teenagers.
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Comparison of the Change in Attitudes toward Youth of Two Selected Groups of Student Teachers

Comparison of the Change in Attitudes toward Youth of Two Selected Groups of Student Teachers

Date: August 1961
Creator: McCullough, Henry E.
Description: The problem of this study was to compare the attitudes toward youth of students enrolled in two selected programs of student teaching at North Texas State College.
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Don't judge a book by its Cover: The Human Library

Don't judge a book by its Cover: The Human Library

Date: February 19, 2013
Creator: Lawrence, Samantha
Description: This poster introduces the lecture series UNT Speaks Out on the Human Library. The "books" at this event are people who have volunteered to challenge prejudice through respectful conversation with members of the UNT campus and the greater Denton community who borrow them for fifteen to thirty minute conversation.
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To Determine the Status of Sex Education of High School Seniors

To Determine the Status of Sex Education of High School Seniors

Date: August 1940
Creator: Knowles, Winlon
Description: The average level of sexual knowledge and attitudes about sexual situations among surveyed high school seniors in Gregg County, Texas are presented in this thesis.
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Faculty Attitudes Toward Residential and Distance Learning: A Case Study in Instructional Mode Preferences Among Theological Seminary Faculty

Faculty Attitudes Toward Residential and Distance Learning: A Case Study in Instructional Mode Preferences Among Theological Seminary Faculty

Date: May 2003
Creator: Scott, Benjamin G.
Description: Twenty-first century learners have bought into a cafeteria-style mentality for obtaining higher education that learning should be available at the student's convenience. Institutions that ignore this postmodern trend will likely find their applicant pools dwindling along with significant reductions in entering class sizes. Students will simply choose other schools able to provide respected, accredited, and useful learning which fits their busy lifestyles. Since 1987, Dallas Theological Seminary (Texas), a 76-year-old graduate school of theology in the conservative, evangelical, free-church movement, has offered distance learning classes in both extension and print-based delivery models. Because the faculty plays a pivotal role in the successful or unsuccessful implementation of online courses (McKenzie, Mims, Bennett, & Waugh, 2000), the present study uncovered the attitudes of full-time, graduate theological faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) regarding distance learning and the likelihood of faculty to adopt this delivery innovation. Bruce Manning's (1976) Trouble-Shooting Checklist (TSC) for Higher Education Institutions was the instrument used in the study. The TSC is a nonparametric test designed to uncover differences between the observed and expected levels of acceptance that a department, program, or institution possesses regarding change toward distance learning in contrast to residential learning. The checklist's two major purposes ...
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