2 edition of Subject combinations in the programs of Oregon high school teachers for the fall semester, 1937 found in the catalog.
Subject combinations in the programs of Oregon high school teachers for the fall semester, 1937
Gladys Shank Kelty
Written in English
|Statement||by Gladys Shank Kelty.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 leaves, bound ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
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This course develops mathematical topics needed for elementary school teaching with a focus on reasoning, problem solving, and communication. The topics include elementary statistics and probability, two- and three-dimensional geometry, measurement, coordinate geometry, and graphing.
Meets requirements for elementary school teacher certification. Daniel Dugger, Department Head Fenton Hall University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon Courses offered by the Department of Mathematics are designed to satisfy the needs of majors and nonmajors interested in mathematics primarily as part of a broad liberal education.
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Gene Eakin has a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Oregon and worked in the public school for over 30 years, including 23 years in the Lebanon School District. He is the School Counseling Program Lead in Oregon State University’s College of Education and advocacy chair for the Oregon School Counselor Association (OSCA).
Jasmine Hussain and Angelica Aguilera, juniors at Hayward High School, were among the 8, or so Northern California high-school students to see one of the four EduHam performances in San Francisco. But they were “Hamilton” fans long before their teacher rolled out the Chernow book and played the soundtrack.
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This course is designed for future elementary school teachers. Topics include assessment and maintenance of physical fitness to improve health and performance, the development of movement skill combinations, positive social interaction and group dynamics for K-6 children.
The University of Oregon casebooks are compiled, edited, and designed by the instructors in the Composition Program for use in the composition classroom. The casebooks are produced and printed at the University of Oregon.
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The course will consider approaches to gender in art through select historical and contemporary analyses of education, social status, subject matter, criticism, and public perceptions. Additionally, students will explore select social, political, aesthetic, and economic factors that influence ways cultures define art and artists in gendered terms.lawyers, retirees, and recent high school and college graduates.
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