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Teacher Education

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Title Date Summary
551 Round table discussion by Women's League
College Eye 40:3, p.1
10/1/1948 Vocations group will discuss teaching as a profession.
552 Hilltopics
College Eye 40:1, p.2
9/17/1948 Thanks students for joining the staffs of the Old Gold and College Eye.
553 Films interesting future teachers will be shown
College Eye 39:37, p.1
554 Elementary curriculum to be reorganized
College Eye 39:32, p.7
5/21/1948 Three two-year curricula will become more similar.
555 Merge three top teacher's groups
College Eye 39:21, p.1
2/27/1948 Groups combine to form AACTE.
556 Public is changing attitude toward education, Price tells convention
College Eye 39:21, p.6
2/27/1948 Lengthy excerpts from President Price's NEA address.
557 Approve new change in 2-yr curriculum
College Eye 39:20, p.1
2/20/1948 New program will include fifteen hours of electives.
558 National exams to be Feb. 7, 14
College Eye 39:18, p.1
2/6/1948 National teacher exams given since 1940.
559 To release bulletin on elementary teaching
College Eye 39:18, p.1
560 Must give capable student education even if unable to pay, says Price
College Eye 39:16, p.7
1/23/1948 President Price looks at the future of teacher education; believes more students should attend college.
561 Untitled
Schlegel--Arlene R. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:11, p.2
12/5/1947 Criticizes Dr. Goetch's solution to the problem of properly preparing teachers academically.
562 Untitled
Schlegel--Arlene R. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:10, p.3
11/21/1947 Offers suggestions in order to improve the academic preparation of future teachers.
563 Professional rank to be maintained, Price tells group
College Eye 39:8, p.5
11/7/1947 President Price talks about the trend in many colleges to offer liberal arts courses; says ISTC will remain devoted solely to teacher education.
564 First rural class holds reunion
College Eye 39:3, p.4
10/3/1947 Eight members of first four quarter course of study return; program offered for first time in fall 1941.
565 Teacher enrollment is encouraging
College Eye 39:2, p.2
9/26/1947 Marshall Beard announced that ninety per cent of the 2814 students at TC are preparing to teach after graduation.
566 Teaching conditions will improve, Curtis says; better teachers needed
Schakel--Cornelius (Student--1946-1947)
College Eye 38:21, p.1
2/21/1947 Dwight Curtis takes a lengthy look at conditions in the field of teaching.
567 Admission policy announced
Alumnus 31:1, p.Inside Front Cover
1/1/1947 Announce policy meant to address twin problems of meeting the teacher shortage and providing educational opportunities for veterans.
568 Teaching profession gets publicity
College Eye 38:13, p.2
12/13/1946 Quick look at the problems faced in education in the post-war world.
569 National teacher tests are to be given here on February 9 and 16
College Eye 37:15, p.1
570 I love it, says first year English teacher
Benoit--Mary (Student--1945)
Alumnus 30:1, p.14
1/1/1946 Beverly Smith talks about her first teaching job in Newton; photo.
571 National teaching tests given here for all teachers
College Eye 37:13, p.2
12/7/1945 Results could be an important part of a teacher's credentials.
572 From friend to friend
College Eye 37:4, p.2
9/28/1945 President Malcolm Price announces that TC will serve as the professional college for teaching in the state of Iowa; will serve state in pre-service teacher training, in-service training, and professional publications.
573 Reunion held by first students in four-quarter rural course
College Eye 36:41, p.1
7/27/1945 Four women attend reunion of those who began program initiated by President Price in 1941.
574 New types of observation offered now
College Eye 36:37, p.1
6/29/1945 Schedule of opportunities to visit Campus School classes.
575 Learn to teach by teaching is plan
College Eye 36:36, p.1
6/22/1945 Students in some high school teaching curricula will be spending much more time in Campus School classrooms and outside activities.
576 Art Department tries earlier observation
College Eye 36:33, p.1
5/18/1945 Group of freshmen and sophomores work with Campus School staff.
577 Improved democratic education urged
Maurer--Emma Lou (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:27, p.2
4/6/1945 Student offers suggestions for improving the quality of education.
578 Hold vocations conference
Alumnus 29:2, p.6
4/1/1945 Educational leaders talk about the profession of teaching.
579 New program in effect
Alumnus 29:2, p.6
4/1/1945 ISTC will coordinate with junior colleges in Four Quarter Rural teacher preparation program.
580 Earlier courses in observation prove valuable
College Eye 36:22, p.3
2/23/1945 Professor Denny believes that students benefit from beginning class observation early in their studies.
581 Common problems need discussion
College Eye 36:21, p.2
2/16/1945 Discusses current problems faced by both students and faculty.
582 Conference for vocational guidelines for teachers to be held March 19, 20
College Eye 36:21, p.1
583 Common problems under discussion
College Eye 36:20, p.2
2/9/1945 Discusses problems faced by both faculty and students.
584 Earlier observation say seniors
College Eye 36:12, p.2
12/1/1944 Discusses problems with preparing for student teaching.
585 Four years training for teachers in future, visiting dean believes
College Eye 36:12, p.4
12/1/1944 Excerpts from address by Jessie Pangburn.
586 Earlier training courses discussed
College Eye 36:10, p.1
11/10/1944 Student League makes suggestions for curriculum revision.
587 Good teachers is core of philosophy
College Eye 36:8, p.1
10/27/1944 Faculty committee reports on mission of ISTC.
588 Shall it be education or training?
Palmer--Harold Gilbert (Classes of 1920 and 1924; Industrial Arts Faculty)
College Eye 36:8, p.2
10/27/1944 Professor Palmer gives the pros and cons of each method.
589 Earlier observations sought
Kough--Kathleen J. (Class of 1947)
College Eye 36:6, p.2
10/13/1944 Asks that observation courses be held earlier in the education curriculum.
590 Home of the nation's largest student teaching program
Alumnus 28:4, p.Inside Front Cover
10/1/1944 Training School offers opportunities for student teaching; photo.
591 Civilian students must become conscious of goal, says Dr. Nelson
College Eye 35:36, p.1
6/30/1944 Dean Nelson gives advice on the importance of concentrating on the goal of preparing for the teaching profession.
592 Four years is teacher minimum requirement Ralston tells F. T. A.
College Eye 35:36, p.1
6/30/1944 Believes in strong professional preparation.
593 Why be professionally minded?
Ralston--Edgar A. (Class of 1923; Extension Faculty)
College Eye 35:36, p.2
6/30/1944 E. A. Ralston talks about education and teaching.
594 Rural trainees like four quarter plan
College Eye 35:29, p.6
4/28/1944 Description of the four quarter rural education training program.
595 Keep democracy alive!
Alumnus 28:2, p.Inside Front Cover
4/1/1944 Donald Galbreath in flight training; photo.
596 Cogitations
Patridge--Ruth (Student--1943)
College Eye 34:37, p.2
7/16/1943 Challenges education students to practice what they preach.
597 Teaching laboratory is producing the nation's best
Alumnus 27:2, p.1
4/1/1943 A day in the life of a student teacher; photo.
598 The classroom is a post of duty
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
Alumnus 27:2, p.Inside Front Cover
4/1/1943 President Price states that teaching is never trivial, even during war; photo.
599 More teaching practice improves rural course
College Eye 34:13, p.3
1/8/1943 Believes students training to be teachers in rural schools benefit from program in which they practice teach for three months.
600 Dr. Price introduces rural plan
Alumnus 26:3, p.1
7/1/1942 Plan is attempt to train better rural school teachers; teachers will attend ISTC for three quarters and spend one quarter student teaching.


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