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Title Date Summary
151 For all levels of ability; reading improvement services
Northern Iowan 69:3, p.9
9/22/1972 Detailed description of reading improvement services.
152 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 68:9, p.12
10/15/1971 Activities and meetings.
153 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.16
4/9/1971 Activities and meetings.
154 Reading improvement is offered
Northern Iowan 65:45, p.8
3/18/1969 Outline of course objectives.
155 'Send me a man who reads'
Rod--Donald Olaf (Library Director)
College Eye 63:30, p.3
2/7/1967 Contends that the Library is vastly underused for its intended purpose of allowing students to read.
156 US Office of Education approves NDEA Institute
College Eye 63:17, p.1
11/11/1966 The National Defense Education Act Institute for Advanced Study in Reading will be held at SCI during the 1967 summer session.
157 Offer class in reading improvement
College Eye 58:15, p.5
1/17/1964 Professor Comens will offer twelve week class.
158 Improvement in reading begins Monday
College Eye 58:9, p.3
11/15/1963 Nine week class will begin.
159 Classes for improvement in reading will begin Tuesday
College Eye 56:9, p.8
160 Educational Clinic at SCI solves reading problems
College Eye 56:4, p.7
10/6/1961 Provides experience in remedial reading for students; photo.
161 Adult class for reading
College Eye 56:3, p.8
9/29/1961 Will seek to improve reading rate, comprehension, and vocabulary.
162 ISTC to offer extension course here
Public Relations News Release 1960:405, p.1
5/15/1961 Professor Julia Sparrow instructs a summer course on remedial reading in Mason City. Enrollment forms may be obtained from Professor Raymond Schlicher of Extension Services.
163 Wake up and read
College Eye 50:27, p.1
4/17/1959 National Library Week.
164 Untitled
Leet--Richard (Classes of 1958 and 1965)
College Eye 50:13, p.2
12/12/1958 A student finds an alternative use for his books.
165 Students must communicate
College Eye 49:17, p.1
1/31/1958 Faculty now have option to refer students whom they perceive to have difficulty with writing, speech, or reading.
166 A sloppily written letter instigates new TC provision
College Eye 48:31, p.6
5/29/1957 Students must show a competence in reading, writing, and speaking in order to graduate.
167 Johnny does not read
College Eye 47:8, p.2
10/28/1955 Explores the impact of a teacher on a child's ability and desire to read.
168 Why Johnny can read
College Eye 46:39, p.2
7/29/1955 Dr. Flesch has written a book discrediting current teaching methods in elementary schools--his ideas are not supported by the teaching community.
169 Remedial reading course scheduled
College Eye 46:1, p.3
9/10/1954 Non-credit class meets four hours per week.
170 Show reading aids Saturday
College Eye 45:25, p.1
4/2/1954 Will demonstrate machines designed to improve reading skills.
171 The man of the future
College Eye 43:22, p.2
3/21/1952 Encourages future teachers to lead their students away from television, movies and radio, and back to books.
172 J. W. Maucker discusses the problems facing administrators in an article, "A Migraine Headache for School Administrators"
Public Relations News Release 1952:518, p.1
3/13/1952 Pressures on schools to teach more "things" to more children in the face of inflation and increased competition for the tax dollar spell a headache for school acministrators, according to Maucker's article in Midland Schools.
173 The Campus school playground at the College won't be deserted this summer.
Public Relations News Release 1950:283, p.1
3/29/1951 An eight-week elementary school term starting Monday, June 18, and a nine-week high school term starting Wednesday, June 13, were announced today by Dwight Curtis, head of the college's teaching department. The terms will end August 10 and 15, respectivel
174 Specialists are of little value unless consulted in their specialty
Public Relations News Release 1950:266, p.1
3/15/1951 Dwight Curtis, head of the teaching department is partly responsible for a unique position created last Fall in the laboratory schools. The position was designed primarily to help student teachers in the five branch schools gain valuable experience.
175 College president see "overwhelming" job ahead
Public Relations News Release 1950:248, p.1
3/2/1951 "They (the schools) are being required to teach more youngsters more things" in the face of spiraling costs and a zooming birthrate, he said. (about 3.7 million babies were born in this country in 1947 compared with 1940's two million.)
176 Slavers leave tribe of "Freemen" in Liberia
Public Relations News Release 1950:205, p.1
2/8/1951 The story is told by 25-year-old Moses Weefur, Liberian school teacher who's in the United States for six months of study. Weefur said the Vai (as in "tie") tribe in the Liberian hinterland is conscious of its "non-slavery record."
177 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
178 Fifth Graders to Study Atomic Science
Public Relations News Release 1950:29, p.1
9/23/1950 Iowa pupils will have a chance this year to probe atomic science and the past and future social implications of the atom bomb. The first program of its kind attempted in the nation is called, "The Iowa Plan for the Study of Atomic Energy."
179 Remedial reading class uses clinical practice
College Eye 41:29, p.7
5/5/1950 Approximately twenty elementary children will be attending a special education center during this year's summer session.
180 Local chapter of Great Books Club discusses works of Plato, Rousseau
College Eye 41:22, p.3
3/17/1950 The group, sponsored by AAUW, met last year for a total of eighteen sessions; Professors Fox and Maurer will lead discussions.
181 IQ tests to be given in county rural schools
College Eye 41:12, p.3
12/9/1949 Will be administering the Stanford-Binet intelligent tests to students with reading difficulties.
182 Remedial reading deemed valuable
College Eye 41:6, p.3
10/21/1949 Article on remedial reading published by Leo T. Phearman and Herbert M. Silvey.
183 In just two seconds you can read 17 words by taking reading course
College Eye 40:22, p.2
3/18/1949 Leo Phearman reports impressive results in his remedial reading course.
184 Reading course
College Eye 39:22, p.3
3/12/1948 Non-credit course on reading improvement offered.
185 Will offer new course in reading
College Eye 39:21, p.4
2/27/1948 Elizabeth Brown will offer non-credit course to students who want help in reading and studying their textbooks.
186 Remedial reading course to be given
College Eye 38:33, p.3
5/23/1947 Elizabeth Brown will offer course this summer; outlines reasons for improving reading skills.
187 Reading class will begin in summer
College Eye 38:29, p.3
4/25/1947 Professor Brown will teach class in remedial reading.
188 New books to be of ethnic groups, predicts author
College Eye 36:21, p.2
2/16/1945 John T. Frederick speculates on the future of reading.
189 Steinbeck, Douglas rate favorites with students
College Eye 36:17, p.4
1/19/1945 Students talk about the books that they enjoy.
190 Adventures lurk in Library stacks
College Eye 36:14, p.1
12/15/1944 Urges students to browse in the stacks, which have been open since February 14, 1944.
191 Readers' Review
Neff--Grace K. (Library Faculty)
College Eye 36:10, p.2
11/10/1944 Discusses the value of children's literature.
192 The campus parade
Old Gold 0:0, p.222
6/1/1944 Photo.
193 'Life' and 'Time' place highest in faculty and student reading poll
College Eye 33:21, p.6
194 Comics intrigue summer coeds
College Eye 31:40, p.3
7/26/1940 Students tell what they read on a daily basis.
195 Juvenile literature valuable to adults
College Eye 31:37, p.3
6/28/1940 Professor Fagan believes that there is good sense to reading some children's books.
196 Comfortable reading in bed is no job for blind student
College Eye 31:20, p.4
2/16/1940 Ernest Walk talks about his experiences as an ISTC student.
197 'Junk' is unpopular to readers
College Eye 31:10, p.5
11/17/1939 A look at the best-selling magazines at Berg's Drugstore.
198 Reader interest
College Eye 29:34, p.1
6/1/1938 A look at what magazines students are buying.
199 Collegians like to read home-town gossip
College Eye 29:22, p.1
2/25/1938 Survey of student reading habits.
200 What's being read
College Eye 28:39, p.4
7/2/1937 Jessie Ferguson tells which books are most popular.


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