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Special Education

Displaying 101 - 126 of 126
Title Date Summary
101 The gifted child
College Eye 49:37, p.1
7/18/1958 A look at the special summer program.
102 Remedial class enrolls twenty-two children
College Eye 43:34, p.2
6/27/1952 From Black Hawk County.
103 In the January issue of the "Educational Bulletin" Miles V. Zintz discusses problems facing personnel working in special education areas
Public Relations News Release 1952:387, p.1
1/31/1952 The "Educational Bulletin" is the official publication of the Iowa department of public instruction. Zintz says that the first job of the special education supervisor is to find, examine and plan programs for each child in the community.
104 Problems facing personnel working in special education areas are discussed by Miles V. Zintz, assistant professor of education
Public Relations News Release 1952:388, p.1
1/31/1952 Zintz's article is in the January issue of the "Educational Bulletin," which is the official publication of the Iowa department of public instruction. The supervisor needs to have a broad picture of the whole field of handicapped and exceptional children.
105 Second Annual School Public Relations workshop at the college starts Sunday evening, July 8
Public Relations News Release 1950:396, p.1
6/16/1951 The workshop will draw public school administrators from all over the state and officers of state-wide organizations in the fields of farming, labor, finance, management, manufacturing, communications, government, and special education.
106 Handicapped children are children, first; children with some limitations, second, say an authority on that group's education
Public Relations News Release 1950:294, p.1
4/6/1951 Francis E. Lord of Ypsilanti, Michigan, director of the Horace Rackham School of Special Education at Michigan State Normal College, spoke to about 105 persons attending a special education conference. He urged against segregation.
107 April 5-7 to be full weekend at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:277, p.1
3/26/1951 Conferences on Science, special education, hearing and speech and a national wrestling tourney will share the spotlight. Iowa's needs for special education, the education of handicapped and gifted children, will be a topic at Friday's one-day conference.
108 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.)
109 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."
110 Specialist finds children retarded, not deficient
College Eye 41:22, p.2
3/17/1950 Professor Zintz offers views on reading skills.
111 33 students visit state institutions
College Eye 39:30, p.3
5/7/1948 For the care and training of handicapped and dependent children.
112 Two conferences on campus; annual Iowa PTA, education institute meet at Teachers College
College Eye 38:38, p.1
7/11/1947 Highlights of PTA and special education conferences.
113 Institution for teaching handicapped to hold annual meeting July 10 here
College Eye 38:36, p.3
6/20/1947 Lengthy description of the third annual special education conference.
114 Teachers education class tours Vinton to observe school for the blind
College Eye 37:29, p.1
4/19/1946 Special education class gives impressions of trip.
115 Dr. Fossum reports on special education program
College Eye 36:41, p.4
7/27/1945 Program will be phased in over several years.
116 To aid handicapped
College Eye 36:39, p.2
7/13/1945 Professor Fossum attended special education meeting in Iowa City.
117 Handicapped Child Teaching Institute
College Eye 36:38, p.1
7/6/1945 A look at the program to be held on the ISTC campus.
118 Lydia Oberdoerster
Alumnus 23:1, p.25
1/1/1939 Is director of the adjustment room of the Elmhurst, Illinois, Public Schools. The pupils enrolled in this room, of various ages and abilities, have handicaps which require individual study and attention.
119 Classes trek to Des Moines
College Eye 29:40, p.3
7/15/1938 Visit school for handicapped students.
120 Dr. Lambertson visits school for oral deaf; outlines pedagogy used; school instituted eight years ago; now has enrollment of fifty-three
College Eye 23:26, p.2
1/15/1932 In Dayton, Ohio.
121 Nellie B. Sterrett
Normal Eyte 20:30, p.504
4/27/1910 Is working with challenged students in Seattle, Washington.
122 Examination of school children in relation to sight and hearing
Normal Eyte 13:9, p.132
11/1/1902 Continued from last issue.
123 In the study of eye and ear affections
Sage--Fred C. (Class of 1889)
Normal Eyte 12:23, p.355
3/15/1902 Dr. Fred Sage presents his research on the education of handicapped children.
124 Auditor of the state
Normal Eyte 10:2, p.36
9/22/1900 Dora Donald will take charge of the education of child who cannot speak, see, or hear.
125 Linnie Hagewood
Normal Eyte 9:3, p.61
9/30/1899 Will enroll in Training School.
126 Harry E. Thompson
Normal Eyte 6:4, p.42
10/3/1896 Teaching at Iowa School for the Deaf.


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