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Lee--Key Ton (Education Faculty)

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1 University of Northern Iowa to offer child development course in Fort Dodge
Public Relations News Release 1990:318, p.1
1/30/1991 UNI to offer Child Development Course at Iowa Central Community College.
2 Three courses to be offered in Marshalltown by the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:308, p.1
12/20/1989 Professor Key Lee instructs a three hour course on child development. Professors Charles Dedrick and Donna Raschke conduct a workshop on learning environments for special needs students. Sharon Smaldino instructs a course on group work strategies.
3 Discipline your children to help them grow, not just to punish them, says University of Northern Iowa professor of educational psychology.
Public Relations News Release 1989:131, p.1
10/3/1989 Key Lee says the purpose of discipline should be to promote and foster development of young children-- a 'developmental discipline.' Lee feels that many children need no further punishment than knowing that they have displeased their parent.
4 If you're a parent, you know how tough it is to discipline.
Public Relations News Release 1989:112, p.1
10/2/1989 Key Lee says parents need to find a way to discipline children in a positive way to help them grow. Parents need to find the underlying causes of behavior problems.
5 Child development course to be offered at Epworth by University of Northern Iowa continuing education.
Public Relations News Release 1989:36, p.1
8/31/1989 "Development of Young Children," focuses on the growth and development of the young child. Emphasis on research having important implications for the education of young children.
6 University of Northern Iowa to offer two courses at Clear Lake.
Public Relations News Release 1988:231, p.1
1/9/1989 Northern Trails Area Education Agency will be the site of the courses offered this Spring. "Development of Young Children" taught by Key Lee and "Educational Research" taught by Don Schmits.
7 UNI professor says children should learn while having fun this summer
Public Relations News Release 1987:413, p.1
6/24/1987 Professor Key Lee explains the need to engage children in educational activities during the summer. Lee suggests getting children involved in camping, insect collecting, and woodworking.
8 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:405, p.1
6/16/1987 Mary Franken examines child care services. Shirley Cropper speaks on Tornado Alley, and summer storms. Donald Sussman explains the various types athletic shoes. Mary Bozik explains the need for listening skills. Key Lee speaks on family activities.
9 Check it out . . .
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Public Relations News Release 83:38, p.11
2/17/1987 A man has his cholesterol checked at the UNI Health Center; photo.
10 University of Northern Iowa to offer course at NITI
Public Relations News Release 1987:210, p.1
1/18/1987 Professor Key Lee instructs a child development graduate course at the Northeast Iowa Technical Institute. The course emphasizes the use of research in the field of education.
11 UNI programs with China strengthened; international studies office notes new arrangements
Public Relations News Release 1986:467, p.1
6/26/1986 Ways to improve an exchange program between UNI and several Chinese schools were discussed during a visit to China by Richard Newell and Jonathan Lu; Newell says UNI has been impressed with the quality of the Chinese scholars who have visited UNI.
12 Panel discusses language prejudice
Mayo--Sandra (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:31, p.4
1/31/1986 Panel talks about judgments made on basis of language abilities; photo.
13 Student's views of teachers from different cultures examined in UNI workshop Jan. 29
Public Relations News Release 1986:205, p.1
1/16/1986 The forum is entitled "Language, Culture and Communication in the Classroom" and will feature presentations from Lee, Vajpeyi, and Gaies.
14 Key Lee in demand to speak about Koreans adjusting to life in United States
Public Relations News Release 1985:187, p.1
12/20/1985 UNI education professor Lee has become one of the most sought after speakers in the US about the transition of Korean immigrants; The Korea Times has asked him to write a series of articles on the subejct which he will then make into a book.
15 Untitled
Northern Iowan 80:23, p.9
11/18/1983 Key Lee spoke about child rearing practices on Wednesday; photo.
16 Lecture set for tomorrow
Northern Iowan 80:22, p.6
11/15/1983 Professor Lee will talk about children.
17 China eager to cooperate
UNI Century 11:4, p.5
9/1/1983 Professors relate experiences of visiting China; establish sister institute with Shaanxi Normal University in Xian; photo.
18 Experience for teachers
Old Gold 0:0, p.19
6/1/1982 UNI Educational Psychology Teaching Program offers participants the opportunity for field experience; photo.
19 Reacts to previous comments
Lee--Key Ton (Education Faculty)
Northern Iowan 77:55, p.3
5/12/1981 Believes that nobody should attack others for positions taken in a democratic process of decision making.
20 Educational Psychology and Foundations
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1979 Educational Psychology a Foundations has four graduate degree programs. The department is responsible for the common professional sequence required of all prospective teachers; photo.
21 Lee sees corn beauty
Bodnar--Edward W. (Class of 1974)
Northern Iowan 70:8, p.5
10/9/1973 Profile of Professor Lee; photo.
22 The road taken
UNI Quarterly 3:2, p.61
1/1/1972 A look at why students chose to attend UNI and why faculty chose to work at UNI.
23 Comments on war and peace
Lee--Key Ton (Education Faculty)
Northern Iowan 67:47, p.3
4/23/1971 Immediate withdrawal from Southeast Asia would not bring lasting peace.
24 Thoughts on the lack of mutual understanding among nations
Lee--Key Ton (Education Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:58, p.4
6/12/1970 Professor Lee consider US foreign relations.

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