This study examined the teaching experiences of six elementary student
interns from Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR during fall and winter quarters,
1991. The primary intent of the study was to examine critically the roles and
effects of mind styles as applied in actual classroom instruction and learning, in
The purpose of this study is to list the public school classroom
activities of the Oregon State University sophomore block students
assigned to a public elementary school classroom for four afternoons
per week for one quarter. Results of the study will provide the
Elementary Education Division with partial data to...
There are between one and two million
occurrences of head injuries in this country each
year causing an estimated 140,000 deaths. Fifty to
seventy thousand who survive are left with such
intellectual impairment as to preclude returning to a
normal life. The purpose of this study is to
Approximately one quarter of America's students
leave school prior to graduation. Teaching practices
need to be examined if schools are to effectively deal
with the student population. at highest risk of dropping
out. The purpose of this study was to investigate the
attending behaviors high school teachers directed to
The study of parent attitudes in Portland, Oregon, elementary
schools was designed to accomplish three purposes: (1) To identify
the attitudes of Non-Negro parents toward integration of Negroes into
the schools and community, (2) To measure the effects of socioeconomic
classes (low, middle, upper), of schools (control versus
The Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop an original validated Lickert-type attitudinal survey instrument and administer it to selected samples of teachers and students in the Mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon to determine their attitude toward the "purposes," "functions," and "responsibilities" of student councils and place these results...
This was an historical study which described the procedures used by a thirteen-member committee in an attempt to develop a merit-evaluation program for a middle-sized school district in Oregon.
A random sample of 33.5% of the certificated staff of School District
9 were interviewed in May, 1969. The results of...
Gradeability of log trucks is limited by either
vehicle rimpull or ground-tire adhesion. The analysis presented shows that log trucks in current use in the Pacific Northwest are limited by tire-slip gradeability rather than by rimpull. Analytic techniques were used to determine that gradeability is greatest for piggyback and least...
The purpose of this study was to determine if significant differences
in each of the ten Structure of Intellect (SOI) abilities
measured on the SOI Screening Form for Gifted exist between students
perceived by teachers as gifted and identified gifted students
overlooked by teachers. The influence of teacher and student...