An evaluation of the visual education program in the social studies of the sixth grade in the Wichita Public Schools

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Issue Date
1949-05
Authors
Foreman, Anna M.
Advisor
Sipple, Leslie B.
Citation
Abstract

Statement of the problem. The purpose of this study is to show how such visual aids as the sixteen millimeter film, the opaque projector, and the film strip can vitalize the learning process and make teaching more effective and permanent by encouraging pupils to make better generalizations about the world and life about them.

Table of Content
Acknowledgement -- Table of contents -- Introduction -- Summary of previous investigations -- The classroom teacher and audio-visual education -- Techniques and the utilization of materials -- Techniques for the selection of materials -- The opaque projector and its use -- The film strip -- The place of the motion picture in the educational program -- Local investigation of the use and value of visual aids -- Future trends -- Summary and conclusions -- Bibliography
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Thesis (M.A.)-- University of Wichita, College of Education, Dept. of Education
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