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--- LIBRARY 
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 
. X NEWARK CAMPUS 



Abbreviations of Publications Indexed 

July 1963— June 1964 

For full information consult pages VII-XII 



AAUP Bui— AAUP Bulletin 

ALA Bui— ALA Bulletin 

Adult Ed— Adult Education 

Adult Lead— Adult Leadership 

Aa Ed Mag — The Agricultural Education Maga- 

Am Ann Deaf — American Annals of the Deaf 

Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk- American Asso- 
ciation of Colleges for Teacher Education. 
TTcfiLrbook 

Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q— American 
Association for Health, Physical Education, 
and Recreation. Research Quarterly 

Am Assn Sch Adm Official Report— American 
Association of School Administrators. Official 

Am^i*?ol Teach— The American Biology Teacher 

Am Council Ind Arts Teach Ed Yrbk— American 
Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education. 
Y^GS.rboolc 

Am J Men Deficiency — American Journal of 
Mental Deficiency (Monograph Supplements 
included) ,,.,., . 

Am Mus Teach— American Music Teacher 

Am Sch & Univ — American School and Univer- 
sity (Annual) . „ , , . -,» • 

Am Sch & Univ — American School and Uni- 
versity (Monthly), ^ ^ r, . , -r, j 

Am Sen Bd J — The American School Board 
Journal , „ . „ 

Am Teach Mag— The American Teacher Maga- 

Am Voc J — American Vocational Journal 

Arith Teach — The Arithmetic Teacher 

Ariz Teach — Arizona Teacher 

Art Ed— Art Education , ^ . .^, 

Arts & Activities — Arts and Activities 

Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc — 

Association of School Business Officials of the 

United States and Canada. Proceedings , 
Assn Stud Teach Yrbk — Association for Student 

Teaching. Yearbook 
Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk — Association 

for Supervision and Curriculum Development. 

"YGfl-rbook 
Athletic J— Athletic Journal. , ^ ^ 
Av Comm R — AV Communication Review 
Av Instr — Audiovisual Instruction 



Bal Sheet — The Balance Sheet 

Brit J Ed Psychol — The British Journal of 
Educational Psychology . ^ ^^ 

Brit J Ed Studies — British Journal of Educa- 
tional Studies „ , . „ 

Bsns Ed Forum — Business Education Forum 

Bsns Ed World — Business Education World 



CTA J — CTA Journal 

Calif Ed — California Education 

Formerly California Journal of Elementary 
Education „ . . . .„. 

Calif El Sch Adm Assn M on— California Ele- 
mentary School Administrators Association. 
Monographs 

Calif J Ed Res — California Journal of Educa- 

Calif J El Ed — California Journal of Elementary 
Education 

Continued as California Education 
Can Ed Res Digest — Canadian Education and 

Cath Ed R— The Catholic Educational Review 
Cath Sch J — The Catholic School Journal 
Chicago Sch J — Chicago Schools Journal 
Child Develop — Child Development 
Chlidh Ed— Childhood Education 
Children — Children 

Christian Scholar — The Christian Scholar 
Claremont Read Conf Yrbk — Claremont Reading 

Conference. Yearbook 
Class J — The Classical Journal 
Clearing House — The Clearing House 
Col & Univ — College and University 
Col Engl— College English 
Comp Ed R — Comparative Education Review 



Executives 



Conf on Read Univ Chicago— Conference on 
Reading. University of Chicago. (Supple- 
mentary Educational Monographs) ^ _ 

Conf on Read Univ Pittsburgh Rep — Confer- 
ence on Reading. University of Pittsburgh. 
Report 

Ed — Education „ ... 

Ed & Psychol M — Educational and Psychologi- 
cal Measurement 

Ed Digest — The Education Digest 

Ed Exec Overview — Educational 
Overview 

Ed Forum — The Educational Forum 

Ed Lead — Educational Leadership 

Ed Rec — The Educational Record _ 

Ed Rec Bur Bui — Educational Records Bureau. 
Bulletins , ,„,.,, 

Ed Res — Educational Research (British) 

Ed Screen Av G — Educational Screen and 
Audiovisual Guide 

Ed Theatre J — Educational Theatre Journal 

Ed Theory— -Educational Theory 

El Engl — ^Elementary English 

El Sch J — The Elementary School Journal 

Engl J — The English Journal 

Engl Lang Teach — English Language Teaching 

Excep Child — Exceptional Children 

French R — The French Review 



German Q — The German Quarterly 
Grade Teach — Grade Teacher 



H Points— High Points 

H Sch J — The High School Journal 

Harvard Ed R — Harvard Educational Review 

Higher Ed — Higher Education 

Hispania — Hispania 

Hist Ed Q — History of Education Quarterly 



III Ed— Illinois Education ^ 

Improving Col Univ Teach — Improving College 

and University Teaching 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed — Industrial Arts and Voca- 
tional Education 
Ind Arts Teach — The Industrial Arts Teacher 
Indiana Univ Sch Ed Bui — Indiana University. 

School of Education. Bulletin 
Instr— The Instructor „ 

Int Bur Ed Bui — International Bureau of Edu- 
cation. Bulletin 
Int J Adult Youth Ed — International Journal of 

Adult and Youth Education 
Int J Relig Ed — International Journal of Re- 
ligious Education 
Int R Ed — International Review of Education 
Int Yrbk Ed — International Yearbook of Educa- 
tion 



J Ap Psychol — Journal of Applied Psychology 
J Bsns Ed — Journal of Business Education 
J Chem Ed — Journal of Chemical Education 
J Col Placement — Journal of College Placement 
J Comm — The Journal of Communication 
J Counsel Psychol — Journal of Counseling Psy- 
chology 
J Develop Read — Journal of Developmental 

Reading 
J Ed — Journal of Education 
J Ed Psychol — Journal of Educational Psychol- 

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J Ed Res — Journal of Educational Research 

J Ed Sociol — The Journal of Educational Sociol- 
ogy 
Continued as Sociologj^ of Education 

J Exp Ed — The Journal of Experimental Edu- 
cation , ^ , 

J Gen Ed — The Journal of General Education 

J Geog — The Journal of Geosrraphy 

J Health Phys Ed Rec — Journal of Health. 
Physical Education, Recreation 

J Higher Ed — The Journal of Higher Education 

J Home Econ — Journal of Home Economics 



ABBREVIATIONS OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED jpQRNIA 



J Ind Arts Ed — The Journal of Industrial Arts 

Education 

J Negro Ed — The Journal of Ne^ro Education 
J Nurs Ed — The Journal of Nursery Education 
J Personal — Journal of Personality 
J Res Mus Ed — Journal of Research in Music 

Education 
J Sch Health — The Journal of School Health 
J Sec Ed — Journal of Secondary Education 
J Speech & Hearing Dis — Journal of Speech 
and Hearing Disorders (Monograph Supple- 
ments included) 

J Teach Ed — The Journal of Teacher Education 
John Dewey Soc Yrbk — John Dewey Society. 

Jun Col J — Junior College Journal 



Kan Unlv Kan Studies Ed — Kansas. University. 

Kansas Studies in Education 
Ky Sch J — Kentucky School Journal 



Lang Learn — Language Learning 
Liberal Ed — Liberal Education 



Math Teach — The Mathematics Teacher 
Mich Ed J — Michigan Education Journal 
Middle States Assn Col &. Sec Sch Proc — Middle 

States Association of Colleges and Secondary 

Schools. Proceedings 
Minn J Ed — Minnesota Journal of Education 
Mod Lang J — The Modern Language Journal 
Mont Ed — Montana Education 
Mus Educators J — Music Educators Journal 
Mus J — Music Journal 



NEA J— NEA Journal 

NEA Res Bui— NEA Research Bulletin 

N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui— New York City. 
Board of Education. Curriculum Bulletins 

N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk— New York So- 
ciety for the Experimental Study of Educa- 
tion. Yearbook 

N Y State Ed— New York State Education 

Nat Art Ed Assn Yrbk — National Art Educa- 
tion Association. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui — National Associa- 
tion of Secondary-School Principals. Bulletin 

Nat Assn Stud Council Yrbk — National Asso- 
ciation of Student Councils. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Women Deans &, Counselors J — Na- 
tional Association of Women Deans and 
Counselors. Journal 

Nat Bsns Ed Q — The National Business Edu- 
cation Quarterly 

Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk — National Business Educa- 
tion Yearbook 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui — National Catholic Edu- 
cational Association. Bulletin (Proceedings 
included) 

Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 
— National Commission on Teacher Education 
and Professional Standards. Official Report 

Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk — National 
Council for the Social Studies. Yearbook 

Nat Council Teach Math Yrbk — National Coun- 
cil of Teachers of Mathematics. Yearbook 

Nat Ed Assn Proc — National Education Asso- 
ciation. Addresses and Proceedings 

Nat El Prin — The National Elementary Prin- 
cipal 

Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk — National Society for 
the Study of Education. Yearbook 

Nations Sch — The Nation's Schools 

North Cen Assn Q — The North Central Asso- 
ciation Quarterly 



Ohio Sch — Ohio Schools 
Overseas — Overseas 



PTA Mag— The PTA Magazine 

Pa Sch J — Pennsylvania School Journal 

Pa Unlv Schoolmens Week Proc — Pennsylvania 

University Schoolmen's Week. Proceedings 
Peabody J Ed — Peabody Journal of Education 
Personnel A. Guid J — Personnel and Guidance 

Journal 
Phi Delta Kappan — Phi Delta Kappan 
Prac Forecast — Practical Forecast for Home 

Economics 

Q J Speech — Quarterly Journal of Speech 

R Ed Res — Review of Educational Research 
Read Teach — The Reading Teacher 
Rellg Ed — Religious Education (Research Sup- 
plements included) 



Safety Ed — Safety Education 

Sch Activities — School Activities 

Sch & Com — School and Community 

Sch & Soc — School and Society 

Sch Arts — School Arts 

Sch Life — School Life 

Sch Mgt — School Management 

Sch Musician — The School Musician 

Sch R— The School Review 

Sch Scl & Math— School Science and Mathe- 
matics 

Sch Shop — School Shop 

Schol Coach — Scholastic Coach 

Scl Ed — Science Education 

Scl Teach — The Science Teacher 

Sight-Saving R — The Sight-Saving Review 

Social Ed — Social Education 

Social Studies — The Social Studies 

Soclol of Ed — Sociology of Education 

Formerly The Journal of Educational Soci- 
ology 

Soviet Ed — Soviet Education 

Speech Mon — Speech Monographs 

Speech Teach — The Speech Teacher 

Studies Art Ed — Studies in Art Education 

Sup Stud — The Superior Student 



Teach Col J — The Teachers College Journal 
Teach Col Rec — Teachers College Record 
Tex Outi — The Texas Outlook 
Times Ed Sup — Times (London) Educational 

Supplement 
TIP — Theory into Practice 
Train Sch Bui — The Training School Bulletin 



U S Child Bur Pub— United States. Children's 
Bureau. Publications 

U S Office Ed Bui— United States. Office of 
Education. Bulletins 

U S Office Ed Circ— United States. Office of 
Education. Circulars 

U S Office Ed Voc Div Bui— United States. Of- 
fice of Education. Vocational Division Bul- 
letins 

U S Office Voc Rehab Service Ser — United 
States. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. 
Rehabilitation Service Series 

Univ Q — Universities Quarterly 



Va J Ed — Virginia Journal of Education 
Voc Guid Q — Vocational Guidance Quarterly 
Volta R— The Volta Review 



Wilson Lib Bui — Wilson Library Bulletin 
Wis J Ed — Wisconsin Journal of Education 



Year Book of Ed — Year Book of Education 



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EDUCATION INDEX 

JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



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JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



A CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEX TO A SELECTED LIST OF EDUCATIONAL 
PERIODICALS, PROCEEDINGS, AND YEARBOOKS 



EDITED BY 

MINNIE A. SENG 



INDEXERS 
JULIA W. EHRENREICH 
MARYLOUISE HEWITT 




THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 
NEWYORK 1964 



PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
Library of Congress Catalog No- (30-23807) 



Abbreviations of Publications Indexed 

July 1963— June 1964 

For full Information consult pages VII-XII 



AAUP Bui— AAUP BulleUn 

ALA Bu!— ALA Bulletin 

Adult Ed — Adult Education 

Adult Lead — Adult Leadership 

Ag Ed Mag — The Agricultural Education Maga- 
zine 

Am Ann Deaf — American Annals of the Deaf 

Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk — American Asso- 
ciation of Colleges for Teacher Education. 
Yearbook 

Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q — American 
Association for Health. Physical Education, 
and Recreation. Research Quarterly 

Am Assn Sen Adm Official Report — American 
Association of School Administrators. OtHciaJ 
Report 

Am Biol Teach — The American Biology Teacher 

Am Council Ind Arts Teach Ed Yrbk — American 
Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education. 
Yearbook 

Am J Men Deficiency — American Journal of 
Mental Deficiency (Monograph Supplements 
included) 

Am Mus Teach — Ainerican Music Teacher 

Am Sch & Univ — American School and Univer- 
sity (Annual) 

Am Sch & Univ — American School and Uni- 
versity (Monthly) 

Am Sch Bd J — The American School Board 
Journal 

Am Teach Mag — The American Teacher Maga- 
zine 

Am Voc J — American Vocational Journal 

Arith Teach — The Arithmetic Teacher 

Ariz Teach — Arizona Teacher 

Art Ed — Art Education 

Arts & Activities — Arts and Activities 

Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc — 
Association of School Business Officials of the 
United States and Canada. Proceedings 

Assn Stud Teach Yrbk — Association for Student 
Teaching. Yearbook 

Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk — Association 
for Supervision and Curriculum Development. 
Yearbook 

Athletic J — Athletic Journal 

Av Comm R — AV Communication Review 

Av Instr — Audiovisual Instruction 



Bal Sheet — The Balance Sheet 

Brit J Ed Psychol— The British Journal of 
Educational Psychology 

Brit J Ed Studies — British Journal of Educa- 
tional Studies 

Bsns Ed Forum — Business Education Forum 

Bsns Ed World — Business Education World 



OTA J— CTA Journal 

Calif Ed — California Education 

Formerly California Journal of Elementary 
Education 

Calif El Sch Adm Assn Mon — California Ele- 
mentary School Administrators Association. 
Monographs 

Calif J Ed Res — California Journal of Educa- 
tional Re.«earch 

Calif J El Ed — California Journal of Elementary 
Education 
Continued as California Education 

Can Ed Res Djgest — Canadian Education and 
Research Dieest 

Cath Ed R— The Catholic Educational Review 

Cath Sch J— The Catholic School Journal 

Chicago Sch J — Chicago Schools Journal 

Child Develop — Child Development 

Chiidh Ed— Childhood Education 

Children — Children 

Christian Scholar — The Christian Scholar 

Claremont Read Conf Yrbk — Claremont Reading 
Conference. Yearbook 

Class J — The Classical Journal 

Clearing House — The Clearing House 

Col & Univ — College and University 

Col Engl — CoIIese English 

Comp Ed R — Comparative Education Review 



Conf on Read Univ Chicago — Conference on 
Reading. Uiiiversity of Chicago. (Supple- 
mentary Educational Monographs) 

Conf on Read Univ Pittsburgh Rep — Confer- 
ence on Reading. University of Pittsburgh. 
Report 

Ed — Education 

Ed & Psychol M — Educational and Psychologi- 
cal Measurement 

Ed Digest — The Education Digest 

Ed Exec Overview — Educational Executives' 
Overview 

Ed Forum — The Educational Forum 

Ed Lead — Educational Leadership 

Ed Rec — The Educational Record 

Ed Rec Bur Bui — Educational Records Bureau. 
Bulletins 

Ed Res — Educational Research (British) 

Ed Screen Av G — Educational Screen and 
Aiidiovisual Gtiide 

Ed I heatre J — Educational Theatre Journal 

Ed Theory — Educational Theory 

El Engl — Elementary English 

El Sch J — The Elementary School Journal 

Engl J — The English Journal 

Engl Lang Teach — English Language Teaching 

Excep Child — Exceptional Children 

French R — The French Review 



German Q — The German Quarterly 
Grade Teach — Grade Teacher 



H Points— High Points 

H Sch J— The High School Journal 

Harvard Ed R — Harvard Educational Review 

Higher Ed — Higher Education 

Hispania — Hispania 

Hist Ed Q — History of Education Quarterly 

III Ed — Illinois Education 

Improving Col Univ Teach — Improving College 
and University Teaching 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed — Industrial Arts and Voca- 
tional Education 

Ind Arts Teach — The Industrial Arts Teacher 

Indiana Univ Sch Ed Bui — Indiana University. 
School of Education. Btilletin 

Instr — The Instructor 

Int Bur Ed Bui — International Bureau of Edu- 
cation. Bulletin 

Int J Adult Youth Ed — International Journal of 
Adult and Youth Education 

Int J Relig Ed — International Journal of Re- 
ligious Education 

Int R Ed — International Review of Education 

Int Yrbk Ed — International Yearbook of Educa- 
tion 

J Ap Psychol — Journal of Applied Psychology 
J Bsns Ed — Journal of Business Education 
J Chem Ed — Journal of Chemical Education 
J Col Placement — Journal of College Placement 
J Comm — The Journal of Communication 
J Counsel Psychol — Journal of Counseling Psy- 
chology 
J Develop Read — Journal of Developmental 

Reading 
J Ed — Journal of Education 
J Ed Psychol — Journal of Educational Psychol- 

og>^ 
J Ed Res — Journal of Educational Research 
J Ed Sociol — The Journal of Educational Sociol- 
ogv 

Continued as Sociology of Education 
J Exp Ed — The Journal of Experimental Edu- 
cation 
J Gen Ed — The Journal of General Education 
J Geog — The Journal of Geographv 
J Health Phys Ed Rec — Journal of Health, 

Physical Education. Recreation 
J Higher Ed — The Journal of Higher Education 
J Home Econ — Journal of Home Economics 



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ABBREVIATIONS OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



J Ind Arts Ed — The Journal of Industrial Arts 

Education 
J Negro Ed — The Journal of Negro Education 
J Nurs Ed — The Journal of Nursery Education 
J Personal — Journal of Personality 
J Res Mus Ed — Journal of Research In Music 

Education 
J Sch Health— The Journal of School Health 
J Sec Ed — Journal of Secondary Education 
J Speech & Hearing DIs — Journal of Speech 
and Hearinff Disorders (Monograph Supple- 
ments included) 
J Teach Ed — The Journal of Teacher Education 
John Dewey Soc Yrbk — John Dewey Society. 

Yearbook 
Jun Col J — Junior College Journal 



Kan Unlv Kan Studies Ed — Kansas. Unlveralty. 

Kansas Studies in Education 
Ky Sch J — Kentucky School Journal 



Lang Learn — Language Learning 
Liberal Ed — Liberal Education 



Math Teach — The Mathematics Teacher 
Mich Ed J — Michigan Education Journal 
Middle States Assn Col & Sec Sch Proc— Middle 

States Association of Colleges and Secondary 

Schools. Proceedings 
Minn J Ed — Minnesota Journal of Education 
Mod Lang J — The Modern Language Journal 
Mont Ed — Montana Education 
Mus Educators J — Music Educators Journal 
Mus J — Music Journal 



NEA J— NEA Journal 

NEA Res Bui — NBA Research Bulletin 

N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui — New York City. 
Board of Education. Curriculum Bulletins 

N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk — New York So- 
ciety for the Experimental Study of Educa- 
tion. Yearbook 

N Y State Ed— New York State Education 

Nat Art Ed Assn Yrbk — National Art Educa- 
tion Association. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui — National Associa- 
tion of Secondary- School Principals. Bulletin 

Nat Assn Stud Council Yrbk — National Asso- 
ciation of Student Councils. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J — Na- 
tional Association of Women Deans and 
Counselors. Journal 

Nat Bsns Ed Q — The National Business Edu- 
cation Quarterly 

Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk — National Business Educa- 
tion Yearbook 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui — National Catholic Edu- 
cational Association. Bulletin (Proceedings 
included) 

Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 
— National Commission on Teacher Education 
and Professional Standards. Official Report 

Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk — National 
Council for the Social Studies. Yearbook 

Nat Council Teach Math Yrbk — National Coun- 
cil of Teachers of Mathematics. Yearbook 

Nat Ed Assn Proc — National Education Asso- 
ciation. Addresses and Proceedings 

Nat El Prin — The National Elementary Prin- 
cipal 

Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk — National Society for 
the Study of Education. Yearbook 

Nations Sch — The Nation's Schools 

North Cen Assn Q — The North Central Asso- 
ciation Quarterly 



Ohio Sch — Ohio Schools 
Overseas' — Overseas 



PTA Mag — The PTA Magazine 

Pa Sch J — Pennsylvania School Journal 

Pa Univ Schoolmens Week Proc — Pennsylvania 

University. Schoolmen's Week. Proceedings 
Pea body J Ed — Peabody Journal of Education 
Personnel &, Guid J — Personnel and Guidance 

Journal 
Phi Delta Kappan — Phi Delta Kappan 
Prac Forecast — Practical Forecast for Home 

Economics 



Q J Speech — Quarterly Journal of Speech 



R Ed Res — Review of Educational Research 
Read Teach — The Reading Teacher 
Relig Ed — Religious Education (Research Sup- 
plements included) 



Safety Ed — Safety Education 

Sch Activities — School Activities 

Sch & Com — School and Community 

Sch & Soc — School and Society 

Sch Arts — School Arts 

Sch Life — School Life 

Sch Mgt — School Management 

Sch Musician — The School Musician 

Sch R — The School Review 

Sch Sci & Math — School Science and Mathe- 
matics 

Sch Shop — School Shop 

Schol Coach — Scholastic Coach 

Sci Ed — Science Education 

Sci Teach — The Science Teacher 

Sight-Saving R — The Sight-Saving Review 

Social Ed — Social Education 

Social Studies — The Social Studies 

Sociol of Ed — Sociology of Education 

Formerly The Journal of Educational Soci- 
ology 

Soviet Ed — Soviet Education 

Speech Mon — Speech Monographs 

Speech Teach — The Speech Teacher 

Studies Art Ed — Studies in Art Education 

Sup Stud — The Superior Student 



Teach Col J — The Teachers College Journal 
Teach Col Rec — Teachers College Record 
Tex OutI— The Texas Outlook 
Times Ed Sup — Times (London) Educational 

Supplement 
TIP — Theory Into Practice 
Train Sch Bui— The Training School Bulletin 



U S Child Bur Pub— United States. Children's 
Bureau. Publications 

U S Office Ed Bui— United States. Office of Edu- 
cation. Bulletins 

U S Office Ed CI re — United States. Office of 
Education. Circulars 

U S Office Ed Voc Div Bui— United States. Of- 
fice of Education. Vocational Division Bul- 
letins 

U S Office Voc Rehab Service Ser — United 
States. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. 
Rehabilitation Service Series 

Univ Q — Universities Quarterly 



Va J Ed — Virginia Journal of Education 
Voc Guid Q — Vocational Guidance Quarterly 
Volta R— The Volta Review 



Wilson Lib Bui — Wilson Library Bulletin 
Wis J Ed — Wisconsin Jotirnal of Education 



Year Book of Ed Year Bonk of Education 



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List of Publications Indexed 



All data as of latest issue received 



AAUP Bulletin— $3.50. q American Asso- 
ciation of University Professors, 1785 
Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

ALA Bulletin — Free to members. m(bi-m 
Jl-Ag) American Library Association, 50 
E. Huron St, Chicago 60611 

Adult Education — $5. q Adult Education As- 
sociation of the United States of America. 
1225 19th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Adult Leadership — $5. m(S-Je) Adult Edu- 
cation Association of the United States of 
America, 1225 19th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

The Agricultural Education Magazine — $3. m 
The Interstate Printers and PubHshers, 19- 
27 N. Jackson St, Danville, 111. 61832 

American Annals of the Deaf — $5. 5 times a 
yr. (S-My) Editor, American Annals of 
the Deaf, Gallaudet College, Washington, 
D.C. 20002 

American Association for Health, Physical 
Education, and Recreation. Research 
Quarterly — $5. q American Association for 
Health, Physical Education, and Recrea- 
tion, National Education Association, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The American Association of Colleges for 
Teacher Education. Yearbook — $3. arm 
Anrerican Association of Colleges for 
Teacher Education, Edward C. Pomeroy, 
Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

American Association of School Administra- 
tors. Official Report — $3. ann American 
Association of School Administrators, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The American Biology Teacher— $10. m(0- 
My) National Association of Biology 
Teachers, Jerry Lightner, Secretary 
Treasurer, Great Falls High School, Great 
Falls, Montana 59401 

American Business Education — $2.50. q Joint 
Publication Commission of the Eastern 
Business Teachers Association and the 
National Business Teachers Association, 
G E. Dittamo, Manchester Regional High 
School, Haledon, N.J. 07508 

Ceased publication June 30. 1962 

American Business Education Yearbook — $5. 
ann N.Y. University Bookstore, Washing- 
ton Sq, N.Y. 10003 

Ceased publication with v 19. 1962 

American Council on Industrial Arts Teach- 
er Education. Yearbook — $4. ann Amer- 
ican Council on Industrial Arts Teacher 
Education, McKnight and McKnight Pub- 
lishing Co, Bloomington, 111. 61701 

American Journal of Mental Deficiency — 
(Monograph Supplements included) $14. 
bi-m The American Association on Mental 
Deficiency, P.O. Box 96, Willimantic, 
Conn. 06226 

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American Music Teacher — $3. bi-m(S-Jl) 

Music Teachers National Association, 
C. W. Bercaw, jr. Business Manager, 2209 
Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 

American School and University (Annual) — 
$10. Buttenheim Publishing Corp, 757 3d 
Av, N.Y. 10017 

Superseded by American School and Uni- 
versity (monthly) 

American School and University (Monthly) 
— $8. m Buttenheim Publishing Corp, 757 
3d Av, N.Y. 10017 

Began publication September 1963 with 
v36 

Supersedes Educational Executives' Over- 
view and American School and University 
(annual) and assumes the latter's volume 
numbering 

The American School Board Journal — $4.50. 
m The Bruce Publishing Co. 400 N. 
Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 

The American Teacher Magazine — $1.50. q 
American Federation of Teachers, 716 N. 
Rush St, Chicago 60611 

American Vocational Journal — $3. m(S-My) 
American Vocational Association, Inc, 
1010 Vermont Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20005 

Tjie Arithmetic Teacher— $7. m(O-My) Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Arizona Teacher — $2. bi-m (S-My) Arizona 
Education Association, 2102 W. Indian 
Sch. Rd, Phoenix, Ariz. 85015 

Art Education— $4. m(O-Je) The National 
Art Education Association, Charles M. 
Dorn, Executive Secretary, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Arts and Activities — $6. m(S-Je) Publishers' 
Development Corporation, 8150 N. Central 
Park Av, Skokie, 111. 60076 

Association for Student Teaching. Yearbook 
— $4.75. ann Association for Student 
Teaching, A. C. Moon, Secretary, Iowa 
State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa 
50613 

Association for Supervision and Curriculum 
Development. Yearbook — $4. ann Associa- 
tion for Supervision and Curriculum De- 
velopment, National Education Associa- 
ton, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Association of School Business Officials of 
the United States and Canada. Proceed- 
ings — $5. ann Association of School Busi- 
ness Officials of the United States and 
Canada, C. W. Foster, Secretary, 2424 W. 
Lawrence Av, Chicago 60625 

Athletic Journal— $3. m(S-Je) Athletic 
Journal Publishing Co. 1719 Howard St, 
Evanston, 111. 60202 

Audiovisual Instruction — $5. m(S-Je) De- 
^partment of Audiovisual Instruction, Na- 
tional Education Association, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 



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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



AV Communication Review — $6. q De- 
partment of Audiovisual Instruction, Na- 
tional Education Association, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Balance Sheet — gratis m(S-My) South- 
western Publishing Co, 5101 Madison Rd, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 

The British Journal of Educational Psychol- 
ogy — £2. 3 times a yr. (FJe.N) The Man- 
ager. B.J.E.P. Dept, Methuen & Co, Ltd, 
11 New Fetter Lane, London EC 4 

British Journal of Educational Studies — 16s. 
8d. ($2.35) bi-ann(My,N) Faber & Faber, 
Ltd. 24 Russell Sq, London VVC 1 

Business Education Forum — 35. m(O-My) 
National Business Education Association, 
Hollis P Guy, Executive Director. 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Business Education World— $4. m(S-Je) 
Business Education World, 330 W. 42d St, 
N.Y. 10036 

CTA Journal— $2. 4 times a yr (O, Ja, Mr, 
My) California Teachers Association, 1705 
Murchison Drive, Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

California Education — $4. m(S-Je) California 
State Department of Education, Bureau of 
Textbooks and Publications, Sacramento, 
Calif. 95814 

Supersedeg California Journal of Ele- 
mentary Education 
V 1, no. 1 issued September 1963 

California Elementary School Administra- 
tors Association. Monographs — irregular 
California Elementary School Administra- 
tors Association, Dan Dawson, Executive 
Secretary, 1705 Murchison Drive, Burlin- 
game, Calif. 94011 

California Journal of Educational Research — 
$6. bi-m(S-My) California Journal of Edu- 
cational Research, 1705 Murchison Drive, 
Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

California Journal of Elementary Education 
— $1.50. q California State Department of 
Education, Bureau of Textbooks and Pub- 
lications, Sacramento, Calif. 
Cea.sed publication May 1963 
Name changed to California Education 
with September 1963 number 

Canadian Education and Research Digest — 
$3. q Canadian Education Association, 
151 Bloor St, W, Toronto 5, Ontario 

The Catholic Educational Review— $5. m(S- 
My) The Catholic Educational Review, 
The Catholic University of America, 
Washington, D.C. 20017 

The Catholic School Journal— $4. m(S-Je) 
The Bruce Publisliing Co, 400 N. Broad- 
way, Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 

Chicago Schools Journal — $2. m(0-My; 
Managing Editor, Chicago Schools Joux- 
nal, 6800 Stewart Av, Chicago 60621 

Child Development— $12. q Child Develop- 

y/ment Publications, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Ind. 47907 

Childhood Education— $4.50. m(S-My) Asso- 

Vfciation for Childhood Education Inter- 
national, 3615 Wisconsin Av, N.W, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20016 
Children— $1.25. bi-m(S-Jl) Superintendent 
of Documents, Government Printing 
Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 
The Christian Scholar — $5. q Christian 
Scholar, 475 Riverside Drive, N.Y. 10027 

Educ X 7763-6/64 



Claremont Reading Conference. Yearbook — 

ann Claremont Graduate School, Cur- 
riculum Laboratory, Claremont, Calif. 
91711 

The Classical Journal— $4.25. m(O-My) 
Classical Association of the Middle West 
& South, Inc, Paul R. Murphy, Circulation 
Manager, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 
45701 

The Clearing House— $5. m(S-My) The 
Clearing House, 205 Lexington Av, Sweet 
Springs, Mo. 65351 

College and University — $3. q American As- 
sociation of Collegiate Registrars and Ad- 
missions Officers, Edward M. Stout, De- 
Paul University, 25 E. Jackson Blvd, Chi- 
cago 60604 

College English— $5. m(O-My) National 
Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 6th 
St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

Comparative Education Review — $3. 3 times 
a yr. (F,Je,0) Comparative Education 
Society, Business Office, Kent State Uni- 
versity, Kent, Ohio 

Conference on Reading, University of Chi- 
cago — (Supplementary Educational Mon- 
ographs) $4.50. ann University of Chicago 
Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

Conference on Reading, University of Pitts- 
burgh. Report — $3.50. ann University of 
Pittsburgh, Reading Laboratory, 2630 
Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh 15213 

Education— $5.50. m(S-My) Education, 4300 
W. 62d St, Indianapolis, Ind. 46206 

The Education Digest— $5. m(S-My) The 
Education Digest, 416 Longshore Drive, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103 

Educational and Psychological Measurement 
— $10. q Educational and Psychological 
Measurement, Box 6907, College Station, 
Durham, N.C. 27708 

Educational Executives' Overview — $5. m 
Buttenheim Publishing Corp, 757 3d Av, 
N.Y. 10017 

Ceased publication August 1963 

Superseded by American School and University 

The Educational Forum — $4. bi-m(N-My) 
General and Publication Office, J. Richard 
McElheny, P.O. Box 645, West Lafayette, 
Ind. 47906 

Educational Leadership— $4.50. m(O-My) 
Association for Supervision and Curricu- 
lum Development, National Education 
Association. 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Educational Record — $6. q American 

y Council on Education, 1785 Massachusetts 
Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Educational Records Bureau. Bulletins — ir- 
regular Educational Records Bureau, 21 
Audubon Av, N.Y. 10032 

Educational Research (British) — 16s. 6d. 3 
times a yr. (F,Je,N) Newnes Educational 
Publishing Co, Ltd, Tower House, South- 
ampton St, London WC 2 

Educational Screen and Audiovisual Guide — 
$4. m Educational Screen, Inc, 415 North 
Dearborn, Chicago 60610 

Educational Theatre Journal — $5. q Amer- 
ican Educational Theatre Association, Ex- 
ecutive Office, School of Speech, North- 
western University, Evanston, 111. 60201 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



IX 



Educational Theory — $5. q Editorial Office, 
105 Gregory Hall, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. 61803 

Elementary English — $5. m(O-My) National 

/Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 
6th St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

The Elementary School Journal— $4.50. m 
(O-My) University of Chicago Press, 5750 
Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

Th| English Journal — $5. m(S-My) National 
/Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 6th 

V^St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

English Language Teaching — 8s. q Subscrip- 
tion Department, Oxford University Press 
Warehouse, Press Rd, Neasden. London, 
NW 10 

Exceptional Children — $7. m(S-My) Council 
ter Exceptional Children, National Educa- 

\/tion Association, 1201 16th St. N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

The French Review — $5. 6 times a yr. (O- 
My) American Association of Teachers of 
French, J. Henry Owens, Circulation 

\/Manager, Eastern Michigan University, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 

The German Quarterly— $7.50. bi-m (S-My) 
American Association of Teachers of Ger- 
man, Herbert H. J. Peisel, Business Man- 
ager, Department of German, Syracuse 
University, Syracuse, N.Y. 13210 

Grade Teacher— $5.50. m(S-Je) Grade 
v'Teacher, 23 Leroy Av, Darien, Conn. 06820 

Harvard Educational Review — $5. q Sub- 
scription Office, Margaret K. O'Hara, 
Business Manager, Longfellow Hall, 13 
Appian Way, Cambridge, Mass. 02138 

High Points — m(S-Je) New York City, 
Board of Education. 110 Livingston St, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201 

The High School Journal- $3. m(O-My) 
University of North Carolina Press, 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

Higher Education — $1.25. 9 times a yr. Su- 
perintendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 

Hispania — $5. q American Association of 
. yTeachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Pro- 
l/fessor Laurel H. Turk, DePauw Univer- 
sity, Greencastle, Ind. 46135 

History of Education Quarterly — $5. q Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh Press, Room 3309, 
Cathedral of Learning, University of Pitts- 
burgh, Pittsburgh 15213 

Illinois Education — $2. m(S-My) Illinois Ed- 
ucation Association, 100 E. Edwards St, 
Springfield, 111. 62704 

Improving College and University Teaching 
— $3. q Graduate School, 10 Commerce 
Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, 
Ore. 97331 

Indiana University. School of Education. 
Bulletin— $5. bi-m(S-Jl) School of Educa- 
tion, Indiana University, Bloomington, 
Ind. 47405 

Industrial Arts and Vocational Education — 
$4. m(S-Je) The Bruce Publishing Co, 400 
N. Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 

Educ X 7/63-6/64 



The Industrial Arts Teacher — $5. bi-m(S- 

My) American Industrial Arts Association, 
Inc, Kenneth E. Dawson, Executive 
Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Wasliing- 
ton 6, D.C. 

Ceased publication Nov. -Dec. 1963 
Superseded by The Journal of Industrial 
Arts Education January 1964 

The Instructor — $6. m(S-Je) The Instructor, 
Dansville, N.Y. 14437 

International Bureau of Education. Bulletin 
— 10 Swiss francs, q International Bureau 
of Education, Palais Wilson, Geneva, 
Switzerland 

International Journal of Adult and Youth 
Education — $1.50. q Division of Educa- 
tional Information and Materials, Unesco, 
Place de Fontenoy, Paris 7*, France 

International Journal of Religious Education 
— $5. m(S-Jl) International Journal, Na- 
tional Council of Churches, Box 303, N.Y. 
10027 

International Review of Education — (Text 

and title in English, French and German) 
$5.85. q Martinus Nijhoff, Lange Voorhout 
9. 's-Gravenhage, P.O.B. 269. Holland 

International Yearbook of Education— 1962 
$6.50. ann Columbia University Press, In- 
ternational Documents Service, 2960 
Broadway, N.Y. 10027 

John Dewey Society. Yearbook— $5.95. ann 
Harper & Brothers, 49 E. 33d St, N.Y. 
10016 

Ceased publication with v 16, 1962 

Jo^nal of Applied Psychology— $10. bi-m 
American Psychological Association, 1333 

' 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Journal of Business Education — $4. m(0- 
My) Robert C. Trethaway. 15 S. Franklin 
St,..Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18701 

Jmifnal of Chemical Education — $4. m Jour- 

,/nal of Chemical Education, Business and 
Publication Office, 20th & Northampton 
Sts, Easton, Pa. 18042 

Journal of College Placement— $5. bi-mCO- 
Ap) College Placement Council. Inc, 35 E. 
Elizabeth Av, Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 

The Journal of Communication — $4. q Na- 
tional Society for the Study of Com- 
munication, Roger L. Baumeister, Business 
Alanager, Box 336, Tampico, 111. 

Journal of Counseling Psychology — $8. q 
Journal of Counseling Psychology, Ohio 
State University, 1945 N. High St, Colum- 
bus, Ohio 43210 

Journal of Developmental Reading — $3.50. q 
Developmental Reading Staff, Dept. of 
English, Purdue University, Lafayette. 
Ind. 47907 

Journal of Education— $3. bi-m(O-Ap) Bos- 
ton University, School of Education, 765 
Commonwealth Av, Boston 15, Mass. 

Journal of Educational Psychology — $10. bi- 
m(O-Ag) American Psychological Asso- 
ciation, Inc, 1333 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Educational Research — $7.50. 
m(S-Ap; bi-m My, Jl) Dembar Educa- 
tional Research Services, Inc, Box 1605, 
Madison, Wis. 53701 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



The Journal of Educational Sociology— $4. 

m(S-My) Payne Educational Sociology 
Foundation, Inc, New York University, 
Washington Sq, N.Y. 3 

Ceased publication Spring 1963 
Name changed to Sociology of Education 
with Fall 1963 number 

The Journal of Experimental Education— 
$7.50. q Dembar Educational Research 

V'Services, Inc, Box 1605, Madison, Wis. 
53701 

The Journal of General Education— $5. q 
The Pennsylvania State University Press, 

^/Jniversity Park, Pa. 16802 

The Journal of Geography— $5. m(S-My) 
A J. Nystrom & Co, Pub, Journal of 
Geography, 3333 Elston Av, Chicago 60618 

Journal of Health, Physical Education, Rec- 
reation— $10. m(S-N, Ja-Je) American 
Association for Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, and Recreation, National Education 
Association, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Higher Education— $6. m(0- 
Je) Ohio State University Press, 164 W. 
19th Av, Columbus, Ohio 43210 

Journal of Home Economics — $8. m(S-Je) 
American Home Economics Association, 
1600 20th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20009 

The Journal of Industrial Arts Education— 
$6. bi-m(S-My) American Industrial Arts 
Association, Inc, Kenneth E. Dawson, Ex- 
ecutive Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Negro Education— $4. q The 
Journal of Negro Education, Howard Uni- 
versity, Washington, D.C. 20001 

The Journal of Nursery Education— $5. q 
National Association for Nursery Educa- 
tion, 155 E. Ohio St, Chicago 60611 

Journal of Personality— $6.50. q Duke Uni- 
versity Press, Box 6697, College Station, 
Durham, N.C. 27708 

Journal of Research in Music Education— 
$6. semi-ann Music Educators National 
Conference, NEA Bldg, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of School Health— $5. m(S-Je) 
American School Health Association, A. O. 
DeWeese, Executive Secretary, 515 E. 
Main St, Kent, Ohio 44240 

Journal of Secondary Education — $5. m(0- 
My) Journal of Secondary Education, 1705 
Murchison Drive, Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders — 
(Monograph Supplements included) $7._ q 
American Speech and Hearing Associa- 
tion, Kenneth O. Johnson, Business Man- 
ager, 1001 Connecticut Av, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Teacher Education — $3. q 
National Commission on Teacher Educa- 

^ tion and Professional Standards, Nation- 
al Education Association, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Junior College Journal — $4. m(S-My) Amer- 
ican Association of Junior Colleges, Ed- 
mund J. Gleazer, jr. Executive Director, 
1777 Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 



Kansas, University. Kansas Studies in Edu- 
cation — irregular Kansas. University, 
School of Education, Lawrence, Kan. 66044 

Kentucky School Journal — ^$2. m(S-My) 
Kentucky Education Association, 2303 S. 
3d St, Louisville, Ky. 40208 

Langfuage Learning — $3. q Language Learn- 
ing, 3038 N. University Bldg, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 48104 

Liberal Education — $4. q Association of 
American Colleges, Irene Childress, Busi- 
ness Manager, 1818 R St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20009 

The Mathematics Teacher— $7, m(O-My) 
National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 
matics, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

Michigan Education Journal — $3. m(S-My) 
Michigan Education Association, 935 N. 
Washington Av, Lansing, Mich. 48905 

Middle States Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools. Proceedings — ann Mid- 
dle States Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools, Elwood C. Kastner, 
Secretary, New York University, N.Y. 
10003 

Minnesota Journal of Education — $2. m(S- 
My; semi-m,S) Minnesota Education As- 
sociation, 41 Sherburne Av, St Paul, Minn. 
55103 

The Modern Langfuage Journal — $4. m(0- 
My) Modern Language Journal, Wallace 
G. Klein, Acting Business Manager, 7144 
Washington Av, St. Louis, Mo. 63130 

Montana Education — $4. m(S-My) Montana 
Education Association, 1232 E. 6th Av, 
Helena, Mont. 59601 

Music Educators Journal — $3.50. bi-m(S-Je) 
Music Educators National Conference, Na- 
tional Education Association, 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Music Journal — $6. m(S-My) Music Journal, 
Inc, 1776 Broadway, N.Y. 10019 

NEA Journal — Available only to members. 
m(S-My) National Education Association 
of the United States, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

NEA Research Bulletin— $2. q Research Di- 
vision, National Education Association, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Art Education Association. Year- 
book — ann National Art Education Asso- 
ciation, Charles M. Dorn, Executive 
Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

National Association of Secondary-School 
Principals. Bulletin— $15. m(S-My) Na- 
tional Association of Secondary-School 
Principals, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Association of Student Councils. 
Yearbook — $2. ann National Association of 
Student Councils, Paul E. Elicker, Execu- 
tive Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20036 



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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



XI 



National Association of Women Deans and 

Counselors. Journal — $5. q National Asso- 
ciation of Women Deans and Counselors, 
National Education Association, 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The National Business Education Quarterly 
— $3. q National Business Education Asso- 
ciation, National Education Association, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Business Education Yearbook — 
$4.75. aim National Business Education 
Association, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Catholic Educational Association. 
Bulletin — (Proceedings included) $3. q Na- 
tional Catholic Educational Association, 
1785 Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

National Commission on Teacher Education 
and Professional Standards. Official Report 
— $4, pa $3 ann National Commission 
on Teacher Education and Professional 
Standards, Don Davies, Secretary, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Council for the Social Studies. 
Yearbook — $5; pa $4. ann National Council 
for the Social Studies, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 
matics. Yearbook — $3; pa $1.50. ann Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Education Association. Addresses 
and Proceedings — $5. ann National Educa- 
tion Association, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

The National Elementary Principal — $5.50. 
6 times a yr (S, N, Ja-F, Ap-My) Depart- 
ment of Elementary School Principals, 
National Education Association, 1201 16tl) 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Society for the Study of Education. 
Yearbook (2pts)— pt. 1 $6.50; pt. 2 $4.50. 
ann University of Chicago Press, 5750 
Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

The Nation's Schools — $4. m The Nation's 
Schools, Circulation Department, 1050 
Alerchandise Alart, Chicago 60654 

New York City. Board of Education. Cur- 
riculum Bulletins — irregular New York 
City, Board of Education, Publication 
Sales Office, 110 Livingston St, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 11201 

New York Society for the Experimental 
Study of Education. Yearbook — $3. biennial 
110 Livingston St, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201 

New York State Education— $2. m(O-Je) 
New York State Teachers Association, 
152 Washington Av, Albany, N.Y. 12210 

The North Central Association Quarterly — 
$4; to libs $3. q North Central Association 
of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 5454 
South Shore Drive, Chicago 60615 

Ohio Schools— $3.50. m(S-My) Ohio Edu- 
cation Association, 225 E. Broad St, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio 43215 

Educ X 7/63-6/64 



Overseas— $2. m(S-My) Institute of Inter- 
national Education. Inc, 800 2d Av. N.Y. 

10017 

Ceased publication May 1964 

The PTA Magazine— $1.50. m(S-Je) PTA 
Magazine, 700 N. Rush St, Chicago 60611 

Peabody Journal of Education— $3.50. bi-m 
(S-Jl) George Peabody College for Teach- 
ers, Nashville, Tenn. 37205 

Pennsylvania School Journal— $3. m(S-My) 
Pennsylvania State Education Associa- 
tion, 400 N. 3d St, Harrisburg, Pa. 17105 

Pennsylvania. University. Schoolmen's 
Week. Proceedings— $3.75. ann University 
of Pennsylvania Press, 3436 Walnut St. 
Philadelphia 19104 

The Personnel and Guidance Journal — $10. m 
(S-Je) American Personnel and Guidance 
Association, 1605 New Hampshire Av, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20009 

Phi Delta Kappan— $5. m(S-Je) Phi Delta 
Kappan, Jules Harcourt, Business Man- 
ager, 8th St. and Union Av, Bloomington 
Ind. 47403 

Practical Forecast for Home Economics — 
$4.50, m(S-My) Practical/Forecast, 900 
Sylvan Av, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 

The Quarterly Journal of Speech— $10. q 
Speech Association of America, William 
Work, Executive Secretary, Statler Hilton 
Hotel, New York, N.Y. 10001 

The Reading Teacher— $4.50. 8 times a yr. 
(S-My) International Reading Association, 
P.O. Box 119, Newark, Del. 19711 

Religious Education— (Research Supplements 
included) $8.50. bi-m(Jl-My) The Reli- 
gious Education Association, 545 W. 111th 
St, N.Y. 10025 

Review of Educational Research— $7. bi-m 
^O-Je) American Educational Research 

./'Association, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Safety Education— $3.75. m(S-My) National 
Safety Council, 425 N. Michigan Av, 
Chicago 60611 

Scholastic Coach— $3. m(S-Je) Scholastic 
Coach, 50 W. 44th St, N.Y. 10036 

School Activities— $4.50. m(S-My) School 
Activities Publishing Co, 1041 New Hamp- 
shire St, Lawrence, Kan. 66044 

School and Community — $4. m(S-My) Mis- 
souri State Teachers Association. Colum- 
bia, Mo. 65202 

School and Society — (Summer annual includ- 
ed) $7.50. bi-w(O-My) Society for the 
Advancement of Education, Inc, 1834 
Broadway, N.Y. 10023 

School Arts— $6. m(S-Je) School Arts, 
Printers Bldg, 44 Portland St, Worcester, 
Mass. 01608 

School Life— $1.75. 9 times a yr. School 
Life, Superintendent of Documents, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office, Washington, D.C, 
^0402 

School Management— $8. m School Manage- 
ment Magazines, Inc. 22 W. Putnam Av 
Greenwich, Conn. 06830 

The School Musician— $4. m(S-Je) School 
Musician, 4 E. Clinton St, Joliet, 111. 60431 



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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



The School Review — $5. q University of 
/Chicago Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Chicago 
^' 60637 

School Science and Mathematics — $6. m(0- 

/je) School Science and Mathematics, 

V Luther Shetler, Business Manager, P.O. 

Box 108, Bluffton, Ohio 45817 
School Shop — $4. m(S-Je) School Shop. 416 
Longshore Drive, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107 
Science Education — $5. m(F-Ap;bi-m,0,D) 
Science Education, Inc, C. M. Pruitt, 
Ujiiversity of Tampa, Tampa, Fla. 33606 
Tbfe Science Teacher— $10. m(S-D, F-My) 
/National Science Teachers Association, 
National Education Association, 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 
The Sight-Saving Review— $3.50. q National 
Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 
Inc, 16 E. 40th St, N.Y. 10016 
Social Education — $5. m(O-My) Social Ed- 
ucation, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 
The Social Studies— $5. m(O-Ap) McKinley 
Publishing Co, 809-811 N, 19th St, Phila- 
delphia 19130 
Sociology of Education — $7. q American 
, Sociological Association, Suite 215, 1755 
Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Supersedes The Journal of Educational 
Socioloffy 

v3 7. no. 1 issued Fall 1963 

Soviet Education — $70. m International Arts 
and Sciences Press, 156 Fifth Av, N.Y. 
10010 

Speech Monog^raphs — $10. q Speech Associa- 
tion of America, William Work, Executive 
Secretary, Statler Hilton Hotel, New York, 
N.Y. 10001 

The Speech Teacher — $10. q Speech Asso- 
ciation of America, William Work, Execu- 
tive Secretary, Statler Hilton Hotel, New 
York, N.Y. 10001 

Studies in Art Education — $3 semi-ann Na- 
tional Art Education Association, Charles 
M. Dorn, Managing Editor, 1201 16tb 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Superior Student — gratis bi-m(S-Je) 
University Honors Information Service of 
the Inter-University Committee on the 
Superior Student, 924 Broadway, Uni- 
versity of Colorado, Boulder, Col. 80304 

The Teachers College Journal — gratis m(0- 
Ja; bi-m,Mr,My) Indiana State College, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 47809 

Teachers College Record — $5. m(O-My) 
Teachers College, Bureau of Publications, 
Columbia University, 525 W. 120th St, 
N.Y. 10027 



The Texas Outlook— $4. m Texas Outlook, 

316 W. 12th St, Austin, Tex. 78701 

Theory into Practice — $3.75. 5 times a yr. 
Egon G. Cuba, Editor, Arps Hall, 1945 
North High St, Columbus, Ohio 43210 

The Times (London) Educational Supple- 
ment — £2 14s. 2d. w Times Publishing 
Co, Ltd, Printing House Sq, London, 

EC 4 

The Training School Bulletin— $2. q Public 
Relations Department, The Training 
School at Vineland, Vineland, N.J. 08360 

United States. Children's Bureau. Publica- 
tions — irregular Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Government Printing Office, 
Washington, D.C. 20402 

United States. OfRce of Education. Bulletins 
— irregular Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office, Washington, 
D.C. 20402 

United States. Office of Education- Circulars 
— irregular Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office, Washington, 
D.C. 20402 

United States. Office of Education- Voca- 
tional Division Bulletins — irregular Super- 
intendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 

United States. Office of Vocational Rehabili- 
tation. Rehabilitation Service Series — ir- 
regular Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office, Washington, 
D.C. 20402 

Universities Quarterly — 30s. q Turnstile 
Press, Ltd, 10 Great Turnstile, London, 

WC 1 

Virginia Journal of Education — $3. m(S- 
My) Virginia Education Association, Inc, 
116 S. 3d St, Richmond, Va. 23219 

Vocational Guidance Quarterly — $3 q Na- 
tional Vocational Guidance Association, 
1605 New Hampshire Av, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20009 

The Volta Review— $5. m(S-Je) Alexander 
Graham Bell Association for the Deaf. 
1537 35th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20007 

Wilson Library Bulletin— $4. m(S-Je) H. W. 
Wilson Co, 950 University Av, Bronx, N.Y. 

10452 

Wisconsin Journal of Education — $2. m(S- 
My;semi-m,Ja) Wisconsin Journal of Ed- 
ucation, 404 Insurance Bldg, Madison, 
Wis. 53703 

Year Book of Education — ^$10.50. ann Har- 
court. Brace and World, 750 3d Av, N.Y. 
10017 



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KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS 



+ continued on later 

pages of same issue 

Ag August 

Am America, American 

ann annually 

Ap April 

assn association 

auth author 

av avenue 

bd board 

bi-ann bi-annually 

bibliog bibliography 

bi-m bi-monthly 

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bros brothers 

bul bulletin 

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circ circular 

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cond condensed 

conf conference 

cong congress 

cont continued 

corp corporation 

curric curriculum 

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For those unfamiliar with the form of reference to magazines used in the entries the 
following explanation is given: 

Sample entry: AUDIO-visual education 

Administration 
How Rood is your A-V director? T. C. Cobun. 
Nations Sch 73:118-1- Mr '64 

Explanation: An article on the subject AUDlO-visual edu- 

cation — Administration entitled "How good 
is your A-V director? by T. C. Cobun will 
be found in volume 73 of the Nation's 
Schools, page 118 (continued on later pages 
of the same issue) of March 1964 number 



Educ X 7/63-6/64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



July 1963— June 1964 



A.A.C. See Association of American colleges 

A.A.C.R.A.O. See American association of col- 
legiate registrars and admissions officers 

A.A.C.T.E. See American association of colleges 
for teacher education 

A.A.H.P.E.R. See American association for 
health, physical education, and recreation 

AAHPER honor award 
AAHPBR honor award, il J Health Phys Ed 

Rec 34:54-6 Je '63 
President Kennedy accepts AAHPER award, 
il J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:10 N '63 

AAHPER youth fitness test 
Analysis of the AAHPER youth fitness test. 
N. A. Ponthieux and D. G. Barker, bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
525-6 D '63 

A.A.J.C. See American association of junior 
coHgs'gs 

A.A.S.A. See American association of school 
administrators 

A.A.T.S.P. See American association of teach- 
ers of Spanish and Portuguese 

A.A.U.P. See American association of univer- 
sity professors 

A.B.A. See American bar association 

AC test of creative ability 
Effects of variations in test directions on 
originality test response. V. S. Gerlach and 
others. J Ed Psychol 55:79-83 Ap '64 

A.C.E.I. See Association for childhood education 
international 

A.C.E.S.I.A. See American council for ele- 
mentary school industrial arts 

A.C.I.A.S. See American council of industrial 
arts supervisors 

A.C.R.L. See Association of college and re- 
search libraries 

A.C.S. See American cancer society 

ACSSAVO. See Association of chief state school 
audiovisual officers 

A.C.T. See American college testing program 
examination 

A.D.A, See American dental association 

A.E.A. See Adult education association of the 
United States of America; Arizona edu- 
cation association 

A.E.C. See Association of education commit- 
tees, England; United States — Atomic 
energy commission 

A.E.T.A. See American educational theatre 
association 

A.F.S. See American field service 

A.F.T. See American federation of teachers 

A.H.E.A. See American home economics asso- 
ciation 

A. I. A. A. See American industrial arts asso- 
ciation 

A.I.D. See United States — Agency for interna- 
tional development 

A.L.A. See American library association 

A.M. A. See American medical association 

AMF. See American machine and foundry com- 
pany 

A.P.G.A. See American personnel and guidance 
association 

ARL. See Association of research libraries 

A.S.B.D.A. See American school band directors 
association 

A.S.B.O. See Association of school business 
officials of the United States and Canada 

A.S.C.A. See American school counselor asso- 
ciation 

ASCAP. See American society of composers, 
a\ithors and publishers 

A.S.C.D. See Association for supervision and 
curriculum development 

ASCUS. See Association for school, college, 
and university staffing 

AS FA. See American science film association 

A.S.H.A. See American school health associa- 
tion 



A.S.T.A. See American string teachers asso- 
ciation 

A.T.C.D.E. See Association of teachers in col- 
leges and departments of education, Eng- 
land 

A. T.T.I. See Association of teachers in tech- 
nical institutions, England 

A.U.T. See Association of university teachers, 
England 

A.V.A. See American vocational association 
AVE. See Archdiocesan vocation endeavor 
ABACUS 
Don't write off the abacus. E. J. Haga. 

Clearing House 38:398 Mr '64 
Effective projects in inathematics and science 

teaching; back to the abacus; ed. by L. A. 

Ostlund. D. Stone, diags Sch Sci & Math 

63:600-1 O '63 
Experiment with a variable base abacus. 

K. W. Jamison, jr. Arith Teach 11:81-4 

F '64 
Fractional quantities on the abacus. W. F. 

Wyatt. jr. Class J 59:268-71 Mr '64 
Use of manipulative devices in teaching 

mathematics. A. L. Bernstein, il Arith 

Teach 10:280-3 My '63 
ABBEYS 

Netley abbey project; scale model of an 

abbey, il Times Ed Sup 2520:260 S 6 '63 
ABBOTT, Norman H. 
For two Yankee placement directors: new 

bridges to cross, il J Col Placement 24: 

71-2 Ap '64 
ABELIAN groups 
History of group theory leading to the de- 
velopment of infinite abelian groups. B. 

Litvak. bibliog Math Teach 57:30-2 Ja '64 
Permutation group and its isomorphs. M. L. 

Ingraham. bibliog Nat Council Teach Math 

Yrbk 28:150-61 '63 
ABERYSTWYTH, University college of. See 

Wales. University — University college of 

Aberystwyth 
ABIDJAN university, Ivory Coast 
Abidjan university. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 3d 

quarter:151 '63 
ABILITIES, Special. See Aptitudes 
ABILITY 
Changes in conventional and deviation IQ's. 

B. W. Lindholm. bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 

110-13 Ap '64 
Educability and endowment. K. Mierke. Year 

Book of Ed 1962:106-14 
Project talent; some early findings from a 

nationwide survey. J. C. Flanagan, il 

NEA J 53:8-10 Ja '64; Same. Ed Digest 29: 

20-2 Ap '64 
Rim of ability. M. Witherow. Bsns Ed World 

43:4-5 Je '63 
Sex differences in academic prediction basod 

on scholastic, personality and interest fac- 
tors. J. M. Long. J Exp Ed 32:239-48 Spr 

'64 
Talent and performance: a report from 

Columbia university. E. Ginzberg. Year 

Book of Ed 1962:438-44 
See also 
Artistic ability 
College aptitude 
Correlation of abilities 
Creative ability 
Mathematical ability 
Motor ability 
Musical ability 
Physical ability 
Scientific ability 

Research 
Ability levels of students transferring be- 
tween the School of education and the 
College of arts and science at Miami uni- 
versity during calendar year I960. D. S. 
Parkinson. J Ed Res 57:364-7 Mr '64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ABI LITY — Research — Continued 

Experimental conditions for measuring indi- 
vidual differences. D. W. Fiske and J. M. 
Butler, biblios Ed & Psychol M 23:249-06 
Sum '63 
ABILITY, Influence of age on 

Age. IQ. and improvement of readmg. N. M. 
Cliansky. J Ed Kes 56:439 Ap '63 

Concept attainment and adolescent develop- 
ment. Li. Yudin and S. L. Kates, bibliog J 
Ed Psychol 54:177-82 Ag.'63 

Never too late to learn. Times Ed Sup 2549: 
799 Mr 27 '64 * ^ t^^ 

New loolc at readmess; excerpts from De- 
mocracy and excellence in American sec- 
ondary education. H. S. Broudy and others, 
biblioff Sch & Soc 91:424-30 D 28 '63 

Teaching of adults, a polemic. R. D. Boyd, 
bibliog Adult Lead 12:227-8-1- F '64 
ABILITY and achievement 

Age, IQ, and impix)vement of readmg. N. M. 
Chanslvy. J Ed Res 56:439 Ap '63 

Analysis of the grade expectancy and actual 
reading achievement of sixth grade pupils, 
vsrith special attention to six of the pos- 
sible factors in reading underachieyement 
V W Mitchell. Teach Col J 35:52-3 N '63 

Are we losing bright failing students? R. 
Schmelzlee. Sch & Soc 92:189-90 Ap 18 '64 

Art and the under-achiever; a study. G. F. 
Horn, il Art Ed 17:10-14 My '64 

Briglit achiever and under-achiever: a com- 
parison. J. V. Pierce. Year Book of Ed 
1962 :143-54 

Case of Andrew Miller: a retarded reader of 
above average intelligence. H. Scliwartz- 
berg. El Sch J 64:200-4 Ja '64 

Characteristics of working and non-workmg 
mothers among intellectually gifted high 
and low achievers. E. Frankel. Personnel 
& Quid J 42:776-80 Ap '64 

Chicago's vocational guidance and education 
centers; a program for over-age elementary 
school youth. N. F. Simeon. 11 Chicago 
Sch J 45:15-21 O '63 , .^ . 

Comparison of two methods for classifymg 
underachievers with respect to selected 
criteria. R. Pippert and N. S. Archer, bib- 
liog Personnel & Guid J 41:788-91 My 63 

Courage to do. J. W. Gordon. Childh Ed 40: 
239-41 Ja '64; Same. Ed Digest 29:29-31 
Mr '64 , . , 

Description of twenty arithmetic under- 
acliievers. R. Ross. Arith Teach 11:235-41 
Ag '64 

Effect of counselling on the achievement of 
liigh-ability pupils. G. Shouksmith and J. 
W. Taylor, bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34: 
51-7 F '64 ^ , 

Gifted underachiever. J. Cauthen. il Tex Outl 
48:30-1 Ap '64 

Imagination and humor in creative writing 
by achieving and underachieving students. 
R. Pippert. Peabody J Ed 41:157-03 N '63 

Intellectual strengths and weakness shown 
by reading clinic subjects on the WISC. 
M. C. Robeck. bibliog J Develop Read 7: 
120-9 Wint '64 

Marking and reporting practices in the Amer- 
ican secondary .school. C. D. Jarrett. bib- 
liog Peabody J Ed 41:36-48 Jl '63 

Motor characteristics of underachieving boys. 
J. Keogh and D. Benson. J Ed Res 57:339- 
44 Mr '64 

My son, the underachiever. J. W. Kessler. 
il PTA Mag 57:12-14 Je '63 

Ninety per cent should be women. J. R. 
Frymier. Ed 84:498-500 Ap '64 

Perceptual training with young mental re- 
tardates. N. M. Cliansky and M. Taylor, 
bibliog il Am J Men Deficiency 68:460-8 
Ja '64 

Personality differences between high-achiev- 
ing and low-achieving gifted children. 
"W? K. Durr and R. R. Schmatz. Read Teach 
17:251-4 Ja '64 

Preliminary report on a pilot study for edu- 
cating low achievers; Experimental fresh- 
man year program. H. L. Cohen and oth- 
ers. Sup Stud 6:36-45 Ja '64 

Program for underachievers. S. Rein. Instr 
73:152 S '03 

Relation between concept formation ability 
and reading achievement at three develop- 
mental levels. J. S. Braun. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:675-82 S '63 

Relationship of certain science concepts to 
mental ability and learning of first grade 
children. E. K. Weaver and S. G. Cole- 
man, bibliog Sci Ed 47:490-4 D '63 

Some objective evidence of immaturity In 
underacliieving college students. W. J. 
Powell and S. M. Jourard. bibliog J Counsel 
Psychol 10:276-82 FaU '63 

Theory of underachieyement. D. J. Chabassol. 
bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 3:216-20 S '63 



Underachievement and vocation. P. F. 

D'Arcy. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:512-14 

A.g '63 
Wasted talent. J. Tenenbaum. H Points 46: 

55-8 Mr '64 
Willingness to accept limitations and college 

achievement: a replication. E. M. Berger. 

J Counsel Psychol 10:176-8 Sum '63 

Research 

Attitude and achievement in arithmetic. H. 
Bassham and others. Arith Teach 11:66-72 
F '64 

Cliildren's dependent and achievement be- 
haviors in social situations and their per- 
ceptual field dependence. V. J. Crandall 
and C. Sinkeldam. bibliog J Personal 32:1- 
22 Mr '64 

Cross validation of an underachievement 
scale. M. Fink. Calif J Ed Res 14:147-52 S 
'63 

Further investigation of sex differences in 
achievement of under-, average-, and over- 
achieving students within five IQ groups 
in grades four through eight. K. M. Pars- 
ley, jr, and others, bibliog J Ed Res 57: 
268-70 Ja '64 

Personality traits and discrepant achieve- 
ment. R. G. Taylor, bibliog J Counsel Psy- 
chol 11:76-82 Spr '64 

Prediction of academic achievement using 
the Edwards need achievement scale. J. G. 
Bachman. bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:16-19 
F '64 

Researcher and the underachiever: never the 
twain shall meet. J. Peterson, bibliog f 
Phi Delta Kappan 44:379-81 My '63 

Self-concept of bright academic under- 
achievers. M. C. Shaw and G. J. Alves. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:401-3 D '63 
ABILITY grouping 

Group flexibility. M. Adler. Ohio Sch 42:26 
Mr '64 

School-wide program for language arts. B. 
V. Chidekel. il Chicago Sch J 45:277-80 Mr 
64 

There's a job for all who can be trained. 
W. K. Dun ton. il diag Sch Shop 23:48-51 
Ap '64 
See also 

Classification — Students 

Group instruction 

Evaluation 

Effects of homogeneous grouping in seventh- 
grade arithmetic. I. H. Balow. Arith Teach 
11:186-91 Mr '64 

Grouping for the gifted. M. M. Pilch. Minn 
J Ed 44:21 Ap '64 

Is ability grouping taking schools in the 
wrong direction? R. Tillman; J. H. HuU. 
Nations Sch 73:70-H- Ap '64 

Research 

Achievement in eighth grade science by het- 
erogeneous and homogeneous classes. L. J. 
Bicak. bibliog diag Sci Ed 48:13-22 F '64 

Discriminant analysis of achievement char- 
acteristics for multi-grade grouping of stu- 
dents. D. A. Leton and H. E. Anderson, 
jr. J Exp Ed 32:293-7 Spr '64 

Gifted children and learning experiences. N. 
L. Pielstick. bibhog J Ed Res 57:125-30 N 
'63 

Grouping children for instruction, a confer- 
ence points the way; symposium. Sch Life 
45:5-12+ Je '63 

Research and experience; an extended note: 
streammg in schools. W. Pattinson. bibliog 
Ed Res 5:229-35 Je '63 

Research in grouping: a review. J. Franseth. 
Sch Life 45:5-6 Je '63; Same cond Ed 
Digest 29:25-7 D '63 

Scholastic attainments as related to size and 
homogeneity of classes. S. Marklund. Ed 
Res 6:63-7 N '63 

Search for the multiple effects of grouping 
junior high school pupils. J. Wilcox, bib- 
liog f Peabody J Ed 41:216-25 Ja '64 

Elementary schools 
Ability grouping: yes or no? P. O. Edwards. 

Grade Teach 81:60+ S '63 
Elementary solution to high-school dropouts. 

Sch & Com 50:16-17+ S '63 
Grouping and human values. J. W. Gordon. 

Sch Life 45:10-15 Jl '63 
Grouping children for instruction, a confer- 
ence points the way; symposium. Sch Life 

45:5-12+ Je '63 
Grouping for the gifted. M. M. Pilch. Minn 

J Ed 44:21 Ap '64 
Grouping of children; its meaning for the 

preservice education of teachers C. M. 

Long. Sch Life 46:17-19 D '63 ' 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



ABILITY grouping — Elementary schools — Cont. 

Questions parents ask: homogeneous group- 
ing H. Heffernan. bibliog Grade Teach 81: 
8+ Ap '64 . , ^ ^ 

Research in groupmg: a review. J. Franseth 
Sch Life 45:5-6 Je '63; Same cond. Ed 
Dieest 29:25-7 D "63 „ . 

Using reading as a basis for groupmg. R. A. 
McCracken. Ed 84:357-9 F '64 

High schools 

Ability grouping, a third look. L. H. Clark. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:69-71 D '63 

Do we expect too much from ability group- 
ing? C. E. Hood. Clearing House 38:467-70 
Ap '64 

Grammar school streaming: the case agamst. 
M. Higginson. Times Ed Sup 2503:994 My 
10 '63 ^ 

High-school ability grouping programs. G. 
Cawelti. Ed Digest 29:23-5 S '63 

Intermediate grades 
Interclass grouping for reading instruction. 
W. F. Moorhouse. El Sch J 64:280-6 F '64 

Junior high schools 
Search for the multiple effects of grouping 
junior high school pupils. J. "Wilcox, bib- 
liog f Peabody J Ed 41:216-25 Ja '64 

Seventh grades 

Effects of homogeneous grouping in seventh- 
grade arithmetic. I. H. Balow. Arith Teach 
11:186-91 Mr '64 
ABILITY level. See Ability 
ABILITY tests 

Effect of childrearing practices on develop- 
ment of differential cognitive abilities. E. 
Bing. bibliog Child Develop 34:631-48 S '63 

Study of abilities of women students enter- 
ing the colleges of Letters and science and 
Applied arts at the University of Cali- 
fornia. Lo.s Angeles. F. Obst. J Ed Res 
57:84-6 O '63 

Using and interpreting tests. J. M. Ivanoff 
and N. .T. Topetzes. Cath Sch J 63:23-6 D '63 
See also 

Achievement tests 

Cooperative school and college ability tests 

Henmon-Nelson tests of mental ability 

Motor ability tests 

Musical ability tests 

Otis quick-scoring mental ability tests 

Physical ability tests 

SRA primary mental abilities test 

Research 
Measurement of learning ability. G. W. S. 
Mackay and P. E. Vernon, bibliog Brit J 
Ed Psychol 33:177-86 Je '63 
ABILITY to learn. See Educability 
ABORTION 
Moral tension and an ethical frontier; fer- 
tility control. J. Fletcher. Christian Scholar 
46:256-61 Fall '63 

ABSENCES 

Attendance headaches? E. L. Shultz. Clear- 
ing House 37:546 My '63 

Research 

Factors associated with absenteeism among 
students in two metropolitan high schools. 
J. E. Greene, sr. J Exp Ed 31:389-94 Sum 
•63 

Inter-school comparisons of selected individ- 
ual characteristics of enrollees in t'wo 
metropolitan high schools. J. E. Greene, sr. 
J Exp Ed 32:53-8 Fall '63 

Colleges and universities 
Cutting: permissive or controlled. J. P. 
Williams. Sch & Soc 91:306-7 O 19 '63 
ABSORPTION of rays 

Absorption, dispersion, circular dichroism, 
and rotary dispersion. J. G. Foss. bibliog 
J Chem Ed 40:592-7 N '63 
ABSTRACT art. See Art. Abstract 
ABSTRACT mathematics. See Mathematics. 

Abstract 
ABSTRACTION 

Commentary inspired by the new mathe- 
matics programs. R. J. Diamond. Sch Sci & 
Math 63:658-64 N '63 
Concepts from semantics as avenues to read- 
ing improvement. D. Cooper. Engl J 53:85- 
90 F '64 
Levels of questioning. R. L. Garner. Ed 83: 

546-50 My '63 
Logical model for conceptualizing and other 
related activities. K. B. Henderson. Ed 
Theory 13:277-84 O '63 



Tests and scales 
Relationship of differential abstraction ability 
levels to psychological test performances in 
mentally retarded subjects. C. G. Mat- 
thews and R. M. Reitan. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:235-44 S '63 
ABSTRACTS 

Student investigations; abstracts of award- 
winning reports, ed. by V. Showalter and 
I. Slesnick. Sci Teach 30:30-2 O; 45-7 N; 
78-SO D '63; 31:62-4 F '64 
ABSTRACTS, Educational 

Abstracts. See issues of Journal of home 

economics 
Abstracts of staff studies, 1962. Can Ed Res 

Digest 3:152-65 Je '63 
Abstracts of theses in the field of speech; 
ed. by C. W. Dow. Speech Mon 30:175-257 
Ag '63 
Catholic university research abstracts. See 

issues of Catholic educational review 
Digest of theses; Indiana state college. Teach 

Col J 35:68-73 N '63 
Reporter: clearinghouse of studies on higher 
education. United States. Office of educa- 
tion. Division of higher education 
(OB-50004-6) US Office Ed Circ 720:1-53 '63 
Research abstracts. See issues of AV com- 
munication review 
Research abstracts. American association for 
health, physical education, and recreation. 
Research council. Research abstracts com- 
mittee. See issues of American association 
for health, physical education, and recrea- 
tion, Research quarterly 
Selected abstracts of current publications of 
interest to workers in the field of mental 
retardation. American association on men- 
tal deficiency. Project on technical planning 
in mental retardation. See issues of Amer- 
ican journal of mental deficiency 
Summaries of graduate theses in education, 

1902. Can Ed Res Digest 3:132-51 Je '63 
Summaries of researches reported in degree 
theses. See issues of British journal of 
educational psychology 
Title VII research abstracts (cont) W. H. 
Allen. Av Comm R 11:A 143-A 172 S '63; 
12:109-26 Spr '64 
ACADEIVIIC attitude preference Inventory. See 

Attitudes — Tests and scales 
ACADEMIC costume 
Note on academic degrees. A. J. Clark. 
bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:532-42 N '63 
ACADEIVIIC credits. See Credits and credit 

systems 
ACADEMIC degrees. See Degrees, Academic 
ACADEMIC dissertations. See Dissertations, 

Academic 
ACADEMIC freedom 

Academic due process. L. Joughin. AAUP 

Bui 50:19-35 Mr '64 
Academic freedom and adult education. H. W. 
L'Hommedieu. Adult Lead 12:110 O '63; 
Reply. R. C. O'Reilly. 12:173 D '63 
Academic freedom and tenure; 1940 state- 
ment of principles. AAUP Bui 49:192-3 Je 
'63 
Academic freedom and the public school 

teacher. J Teach Ed 14:231-3 S '63 
Bertrand Russell on teaching the importance 
of mental independence. J. Van Patten. 
Sch & Com 50:16 F '64 
Educational freedom in the courts. W. P. 
Murphy, bibliog f AAUP Bui 49:309-27 D '63 
H. Gordon Hullflsh and educational freedom. 
W. W. Brickman. bibliog f Ed Theory 13: 
176-82 Jl '63 
Have our schools kept us free? W. H. Boyer. 

bibliog Sch R 71:222-8 Sum '63 
Statement by the Board of regents of the 
University of Minnesota on freedom and 
the university. Sch & Soc 92:108-9 Mr 7 '64 
University and freedom. H. S. Commager. J 
Higher Ed 34:361-70 O '63; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:15-18 D '63 
See also 
American association of university professors 
— Committee on academic freedom and ten- 
are 

Great Britain 
Academic freedom in England: the case of 
University college. Nottingham. In the 
1880's. A. "W. Coats, bibliog f AAUP Bui 
49:328-35 D '63 
ACADEMIC rank 
See also 
Student achievements 

Colleges and universities 
Middle 60 per cent an untapped gold mine? 
H. L. Manning and W. H. Cato. J Col 
Placement 24:55-6-1- Ap '64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ACADEMIC rank — Continued 
High schools 

Abilities and careers of Connecticut high 
school graduates in vocational asriculture 
1958-1960. W. H. Martin. As Ed Mas 35: 
266-7 Je '63 , ^ ^. r. . . 

Collese enrollments of the highest ten per 
cent of Michigan high school graduates, 
1960. J. B. Milholland and others. Col & 
Univ 39:64-71 Fall '63 
ACADEMIC success. See Student achievements 
ACADEMIC tenure. See Tenure 
ACCELERATION (education) 

Action research study m arithmetic. O. B. 
Aftreth and D. G. MacEachern. Arith Teach 
11:30-2 Ja '64 , . ^ .. ,t- ^ 

Books tie in with accelerated education. Mich 
Ed J 41:26 F '64 

Research 

Effects of accelerating bright older elemen- 
tary pupils: a follow up. H. J. Klausmeier. 
taibliog J Ed Psychol 54:165-71 Je '63 

Effects of condensing content in mathematics 
and science in the junior and senior high 
school H. J. Klausmeier and W. Wiersma, 
bibliog Sch Sci & Math 64:4-11 Ja '64 

Gifted children and learning experiences. N. 
L,. Pielstick. bibliog J Ed Res 57:125-30 N 
'63 , TT 

Research and educational improvement. H. 
J. Klausmeier. bibliog Teach Col J 34:139- 
41 Mr '63 . ^. ^ 

Using research: condensing subject matter. 
H. J. Klausmeier. Wis J Ed 96:10-11 D '63 

Elementary schools 
Ability of elementary-school children to 
learn the new mathematics; vertical ac- 
celeration of gifted first graders. P. Suppes. 
TIP 3:59-60 Ap '64 

High schools 

Advanced placement via TV for gifted stu- 
dents; high school students earn college 
mathematics credit. H. M. Chausow and 
J. J. Zigerell. il Chicago Sch J 45:181-5 Ja 
'64 

Effects of condensing content in mathematics 
and science in the junior and senior high 
school. H. J. Klausmeier and W. Wiersma. 
bibliog Sch Sci & Math 64:4-11 Ja '64 

Survey concerning advanced mathematics 
curriculum. W. R. Blank. Math Teach 57: 
208-11 Ap '64 

Using research: condensing subject matter. 
H. J. Klausmeier. Wis J Ed 96:10-11 D '63 

With college in mind, Amarillo redesigned 
its math curriculum. B. M. Savage and 
D. M. Teague. Tex Out! 48:26-7 Ja '64 

Junior high schools 

Acceleration for the overage potential drop- 
out? G L.. Chamberlin and C. D. Catterall. 

Phi Delta Kappan 45:98-100 N '63; Same 

cond. Ed Digest 29:11-13 Ja '64 
Acceleration or enrichment in the junior high 

schools. M. Reich. H Points 45:49-51 N '63; 

Same. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:19-21 

D '63 
Acceleration versus enrichment. G. A. Swen- 

son. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:9-10 

O '63 
Effects of condensing content in mathematics 

and science in the junior and senior high 

school. H. J. Klausmeier and W. Wiersma. 

bibliog Sch Sci & Math 64:4-11 Ja '64 
Two-year study of eighth-grade algebra I. 

W. J. Hegstrom and D. E. Riffle. Math 

Teach 56:419-23 O '63 
Using research: condensing subject matter. 

H. J. Klausmeier. Wis J Ed 96:10-11 D '63 
ACCELERATION (mechanics) 
Another way to measure g; acceleration due 

to gravity. R. Gardner, diags Sci Teach 

31:55-7 Mr '64 
ACCENTS and accentuation 
See also 
English language — Accents and accentuation 
ACCESSORIES (dress) See Clothing and dress 
ACCIDENT prevention. See Accidents — Pre- 
vention 
ACCIDENTS 
Accidents and education. Safety Ed 43:15 

N '63 
Learn how to fall. A. F. Gillett. il Safety 

Ed 43:2-6 Mr '64 
Student accidents. National commission on 

safety education. NEA J 52:78 O '63 
Submerged vehicle study. B. J. Kuhn. J 

Health Phvs Ed Rec 34:61-2 N '63 
Was one of your students killed today? il 

Am Sch & trniv 36:50-2 S '63 



What happens to the children inside? J. 

Mockus. il Safety Ed 43:8-10 Mr '64 
Where auto accidents happen. Safety Ed 

43:31 F '64 
Would you be liable if. . . D. J. Kigin. il 

Safety Ed 43:2-7 F '64 
Year's oddest accidents. T. Dodds. Safety 

Ed 43:8-9 F '64 
See also 
First aid in illness and injury 
Medical emergencies 
Sports — Accidents and injuries 

Prevention 

Asks for help to stop parked-car deaths; 

preventing deaths from accidental cai'bon 

monoxide exposure. A. E. Heustis. Sch Ac- 
tivities 35:134 Ja '64 
How to make school buses heard as well as 

seen. Nations Sch 73:84 F '64 
Last prom; one of the most stirring trafHc 

safety documentaries ever created. T. A. 

Bland, il Safety Ed 43:2-7 Ap '64 
Preventing playtime accidents; safety tips 

for teaching kindergarten and primary- 
grade physical education classes, il Safety 

Ed 43:12-14 Mr '64 
Responsibility for accident prevention. N. V. 

Steere. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:A27-t- Ja '64 
Road manners in France; nationwide contests 

on traffic accident prevention. Times Ed 

Sup 2524:436 O 4 '63 
Stop in time; a new way to teach your 

pupils how to do it. R. W. Bishop, il Safety 

Ed 43:2-6 Ja '64 
Ten ways to guard against Christmas tragedy. 

T. K. Flaum. il Safety Ed 43:14-17 D '63 
That nice, safe office, il Safety Ed 43:10-14 

Ja '64 
Tips for keeping teachers safe, il Safety Ed 

43:16-18 O '63 
Trouble in the lunchroom? Safety Ed 43:2-4 

N '63 
When is an accident not an accident? K. F. 

Licht. Safety Ed 43:23-4 F '64 
Why don't you get out of the offlce! K. P. 

Licht. il Safety Ed 43:2-5 S '63 
vSee also 
Fire protection 
Safety devices and measures 
Safety education 

Psychological aspects 
Kid with two strikes against him. G. P. 

Liddle and R. E. Rockwell, il Safety Ed 

43:2-5 D '63 
Tales computers can't tell. D. E. Hamachek. 

il Safety Ed 43:20-2 F '64 
When is an accident not an accident? K. F. 

Licht. Safety Ed 43:23-4 F '64 

Research 

Accident patterns in a nursery school sample 
of children. S. O. Bitner and V. de Lis- 
sovoy. J Nurs Ed 19:194-7 Ap '64 

Near-accidents and minor mishaps in the 
nursery school; factors related to their 
frequency. S. S. Federer and H. C. Dawe. 
J Nurs Ed 19:188-93 Ap '64 

Statistics 
Grim statistics on traffic safety. Chicago Sch 

J 45:39 O '63 
Highway statistics for 1962 show school bus 

ride safest. Calif Ed 1:28 Ja '64 
National accident fatality toll. Safety Ed 43: 

31 Ap '64 
Nev/ fact.=) on near drownings. R. L. Brown. 

il J Health Phys Ed Reo 34:38-9 S "63 
Schoolchildren's deaths; accident toll. P. 
Henderson. Times Ed Sup 2525:493 O 11 "63 
ACCIDENTS, Liability for. See Liability (law) 
ACCOMPANIMENT, Musical. See Musical ac- 
companiment 
ACCORDION 
Accordion briefs; ed. by L. Holzhauer. See 
issues of School musician through June 
1963 
Accordion news from the AAA. B. M. Ben- 
nett. Sch Musician 34:29-1- Je '63 
ACCORDION music 
New music for accordion: are commissions 
valid? M. Ellegaard. il Mus J 22:28-)- F '64 
New music for the accordion. P. TregeUas. 
Mus J 21:384- My '63 
ACCOUNTANTS 
See also 
Accounting as a profession 

Qualifications 
Outcomes in developing vocational compe- 
tence in bookkeeping occupations. M. H. 
Freeman. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:35-52 '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



ACCOUNTING 

How to keep tabs on what your district owns. 

A. J. Peters, il Sch Mprt 8:80-2 Mr '64 
How to keep track of property. R. S. 

Ricketts. Nations Sch 73:984- Ap '64 
Introducing an accounting manual for 

Catliolic schools. L. V. Ryan, biblios f 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 59:13-18 My '63 
Manual for uniform financial accounting. 

L. V. Ryan. Cath Sch J 63:28-9 Je '63 
Needed: better school financial accounting. 

B. K. Adams and J. A. Perkins, jr. Sch 
Life 45:11-14 My '63 

Property accounting in Jefferson County, 
Colorado. M. Abbott. Assn Sch Bsn.q Offi- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 48:313-20 '62 

Realistic property accounting. C. T. Roberts. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 48:81-94 '62; Same cond. diags Sch 
Life 56:25-7 N '63 

United services forum: bookkeeping and ac- 
counting; ed. by L. A. Brendel. See issues 
of Business education forum 
See also 

Auditing 

Billing 

Bookkeeping 

Cost accounting 

Computer aids 
Student activity accounting; Automation and 
student activity accounting. S. B. Tidwell; 
H. G. Gray; W. P. Riddoch: A. "W. Parker, 
bibliog Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 48:235-48 '62 
See also 
Data processing in education 

Curriculum 
Accounting, bookkeeping, recordkeeping: a 
three- track program. W. Carpenter and J. 
Lesak. Bsns Ed Forum 18:21-f F '64 

Mechanical aids 
See also 
Punched card system 

Motivation 
What accounting image are you creating? 
R. Charvonia. J Bsns Ed 39:67-8 N '63 

Teaching 

Colleges and universities 
Cal poly internship program mixes on-the-job 
training with studies, il J Col Placement 
24:55 D '63 
Relation of high school bookkeeping to col- 
lege accounting. A. Howard. Bal Sheet 45: 
68-70 O "63 

High schools 
College accounting for high school? B. G. 
Plymire. Bal Sheet 45:259-60 F '64 
ACCOUNTING, School. See Reports and rec- 
ords; School finance 
ACCOUNTING as a profession 
Career in bookkeeping and accounting. A. E. 
Carlson. Bsns Ed Forum 18:10-11 Ja '64 
Needs and values in three occupations. J. 
T. Gray, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42: 
238-44 N '63 
What accounting image are you creating? 
R. Charvonia. J Bsns Ed 39:67-8 N '63 
ACCREDITED colleges and universities 

Accredited higher institutions outside N.C.A. 
territory. North Cen Assn Q 38:37-48 Sum 
•63 
List of accredited institutions of higher 
education, 1963-64. North Cen Assn Q 38: 
19-30 Sum '63 
Member institutions, higher education, Jan- 
uary 1, 1963. Middle states association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Middle 
States Assn Col & Sec Sch Proc 1962:98-110 
Survey of professional education offerings in 
NCATE-accredited institutions. B. J. 
Humphry, bibliog J Teach Ed 14:406-10 D 
'63 
ACCREDITED high schools 
List of accredited secondary schools, January 
1, 1963. Middle states association of col- 
leges and secondary schools. Middle States 
Assn Col & Sec Sch Proc 1962:111-39 
List of member schools by states. North Cen 
Assn Q 38:65-134 Sum '63 
ACCREDITED library schools. See Library 

schools and education 
ACCREDITED secondary schools. See Accred- 
ited high schools 
ACCREDITING 
Not two cultures, but one hundred and two. 
W. K. Selden. Teach Col Rec 65:50-6 O "63 



Place of accreditation In insuring expert- 
ness; symposium. J Sec Ed 38:280-318 My 
'63 
See also 

Standards 

Research 

Are accredited teacher education programs 
worthwhile? T. Whiteley. Calif J Ed Res 
15:94-8 Mr '64 
ACCREDITING associations 

Professional organizations and education; de- 
velopments in accreditation of teacher edu- 
cation. S. Elam and R. Garvue. R Ed Res 
34:108-9 F '64 
See also 

Accrediting commission for business schools 

American bar association 

American dental association 

American library association 

American medical association 

Middle states association of colleges and 
secondary schools 

National commission on accrediting 

National council for accreditation of teacher 
education 

National league for nursing 

New England association of colleges and 
secondary schools 

North central association of colleges and 
secondary schools 

Northwest association of secondary and high- 
er schools 

Southern association of colleges and schools 

Western association of schools and colleges 
ACCREDITING commission for business 
schools 

Decade of service; the Accrediting commis- 
sion for business schools. H. B. Post. Bal 
Sheet 45:214-15 Ja '64 
ACCULTURATION 
See also 

Intercultural education 
ACCURACY 

Accuracy and variability of information 
sources as determiners of performance and 
source preference of decision makers. J. C. 
Naylor. J Ap Psychol 48:43-9 F '64 

Accuracy, reliability, and refractoriness in a 
coincidence-anticipation task. J. J. Belisle. 
bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res 
Q 34:271-81 O '63 

Analysis of the control concept in typewriting 
L. W. Erickson. Bal Sheet 45:292-54- Mr 
'64 

Comparison of the ice hockey wrist and slap 
shots for speed and accuracy. J. F. Alex- 
ander and others, bibliog diags Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:259-66 O '63 

Development of accuracy in typing. J. L. 
Rowe. Bsns Ed World 44:23-5-t- Ap '64 

Personal-social changes reflected in reading 
accuracy ratings. S. M. Cohn and M. W. 
Fite. Read Teach 17:97-9 N '63 

Try a cost approach to accuracy. R. E. 
Hoskinson. Bsns Ed Forum 18:17-]- N '63 
ACETYLENE 
See also 

Oxyacetylene welding 
ACHIEVEMENT 

Achievement in conflict. E. E. Sampson, bib- 
hog J Personal 31:510-16 D '63 

Research 
Achievement. V. J. Crandall. bibliog Nat Soc 
Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1:416-59 '63 
ACHIEVEMENT, Prediction of. See Prognosis 
of success 

ACHIEVEMENT and ability. See Ability and 

achievement 
ACHIEVEMENT tests 
Achievement tests are essential? J, C. 

Campbell, il Ohio Sch 41:14-15 N '63 
Difficulties in the use of achievement test 

gains as measures of growth. M. Weiner 

and J. J. Howell. Personnel & Guid J 42: 

781-6 Ap '64 
Gains in various measures of communication 

skills relative to three curricular patterns 

in college. \\. B. Michael and others. Ed 

& Psychol M 23:365-74 Sum '63 
Improvement of tests. M. D. Engelhart and 

J. M. Beck. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 

pt2:163-92 '63 
Intellective abilities of deaf and hearing 

children compared by factor analyses. 

R. H. Farrant. bibliog Am Ann Deaf 109: 

306-25 My '64 
1963 achievement testing program in inde- 
pendent schools and supplementary studies. 

Educational records bureau. Ed Rec Bur 

Bui 84:1-83 '63 
Question of abuses in the use of aptitude 

and achievement tests. E. J. Furst. TIP 

2:199-204 O '63 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ACHIEVEMENT tests— Continued 

Relations among social desirability, achieve- 
ment, and anxiety measures in children. 
P. W. Lunneborg. Child Develop 35:169-82 
Mr '64 
Use of group tests of ability and attainment: 
a follow-up study from primary to second- 
ary school, N. France. Brit J Ed Psychol 
34:19-33 F '64 
Using and interpreting tests. J. M. Ivanoff 
and N. J. Topetzes. Cath Sch J 63:23-6 D 
'63 
What to look for in a review of an achieve- 
ment test. M. D. Bngelhart. bibliog Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:616-19 F '64 
See also 
American college testing program exanaina- 

tlon 
California achievement tests 
Graduate record examinations 
Iowa tests of educational development 
Metropolitan achievement tests 
Sequential tests of educational progress 
Stanford achievement tests 
Wide range achievement test 
ACHIEVEMENTS, Student. See Student 

achievements 
ACIDITY 

See also 
Hydrogen ion concentration 
ACIDS 
Acid-base equilibria, pH; Lewis-Bronsted 
acid -base theory, H. N. Alyea. J Chem Ed 
41:A384 My '64 
Acids, bases. H. N. Alyea. diag J Chem Ed 

40:A947-A948 D '63 
Entropy and equilibrium; interpretations of 
ionization data for organic acids. C. R. 
Allen and P, G. Wright. J Chem Ed 41:251- 
3 My '64 
Indicators: a historical perspective; tr. by 
R. B. Oesper. F, Szabadv^ry. J Chem Ed 
41:285-7 My '64 
What is humic acid? C. Steelink. bibliog diag 
J Chem Ed 40:379-84 Jl '63 
See also 
Amino acids 
GibbereDic acid 
ACORNS 
From little acorns. L. Gabrilska. il Grade 
Teach 81:47-f N '63 
ACOUSTIC analysis. See Sound 
ACOUSTIC nerve 

Tumors 
Modified SISI technique for selected cases 
with suspected acoustic neurinoma. G. 
Thompson. J Speech & Hearing Dis 28:299- 
302 Ag '63 
Problems in auditory evaluation for neuro- 
surgical diagnosis. S. Brand and P. E. 
Rosenberg, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 
28:355-61 N '63 
Tone decay in Vlllth nerve and cochlear 
lesions, E. Owens. J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:14-22 F '64 
ACOUSTIC tumors. See Acoustic nerve — 

Tumors 
ACOUSTICAL materials 
Acoustical materials for schools. L. S. Good- 
friend, il Am Sch Bd J 147:21-3 N '63 
Role of glass in sound control. L. F. Terges. 
il Am Sch Bd J 147:48-9 N '63 
ACOUSTICS. See Sound 
ACOUSTICS. Architectural 
Acoustical design of multi-purpose college 
auditoriums. R, Johnson, Am Sch & Univ 
34:H5-H 14 '62 
Acoustical studies in school design, D, Pyle, 
il Am Sch Bd J 147:46-7 N '63 
See also 
Acoustical materials 
ACQUISITIONS. See Libraries — ^Acquisitions; 

Libraries, College — ^Acquisitions 
ACTING 
Phonic aspects of language in the theater, 
L. W. Cor. bibliog f French R 37:31-40 O 
•63 
See also 
Dramatization in schools 

Study and teaching 

Actors in action; expression in movement, 
il Times Ed Sup 2495:509 Mr 15 '63 

Honors program in dramatic art, T. Bogard. 
Sup Stud 5:16-19 My '63 

Speech in the theatre: the importance of 
voice science to director and actor. A, 
Stambusky, bibliog f Speech Teach 12:289- 
98 N '63 

University drama education: a modest pro- 
posal. W, L, Phillips. Ed Theatre J 15:219- 
23 O '63; Same cond. Sup Stud 5:13-15 My 
63 



ACTION potential. See Electrophysiology 
ACTION research 

Action research study in arithmetic. O. B. 
Aftreth and D. G. MacEachern. Arith Teach 
11:30-2 Ja '64 

Classroom research as a source of satisfaction 
in teaching. W, S, Harris, Mich Ed J 41: 
10-11 Mr '64 

Classroom research in industrial arts; 
thirteenth yearbook. American council on 
industrial arts teacher education, 191p bib- 
liog '64 McKnight 

School-centered research experience for sci- 
ence teachers. M. PI. Bruce, jr, and P. G. 
Johnson, il Sci Teach 30:16-20 S '63 

Selected problem areas with implications for 
action research. C. N. Grote and C. M. 
Hackler. Am Council Ind Arts Teach Ed 
Yrbk 13:123-50 '64 

Supervision and action research. M. N. Co- 
lumbro. bibliog Ed Lead 21:297-300+ F '64 

Teacher of secondary school English as re- 
searcher, W, H. Evans, Engl J 53:7U-84-{- 
F '64 

Teachers-in-the-becoming. A. T. Allen and 
D. I. Seaberg. El Sch J 64:332-8 Mr '64 
ACTIONS and defenses 

Board may legally restrict use of teacher's 
leave of absence. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd 
J 148:21-2 Ap '64 

Can you Are a teacher for unprofessional 
conduct? L. O. Garber. Nations Sch 73: 
90+ Ap '64 

Closing schools, within board's discretionary 
authority? S. F. Roach. Sch Mgt 7:8 Ag '63 

College professors and income taxes. S. 
Jacobson. J Higher Ed 35:121-9 Mr '64 

Court calls neighborhood schools legal in 
Gary; Chicago is next test. Nations Sch 72: 
74 D '63 

Court excuses accidental school segregation. 
L, O. Garber. Nations Sch 71:88 My '63 

Deductibility of expenses; a professor's re- 
search and a study in his home. W. W. 
Oliver. AAUP Bui 50:14-18 Mr '64 

Economic, legal, and social status of teach- 
ers; legal status. H. Davis and others. R 
Ed Res 33:401-2 O '63 

Educational freedom in the courts. W. P. 
Murphy, bibliog f AAUP Bui 49:309-27 
D '63 

Elections of necessity must be held in all 
kinds of weather. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:11-12 F '64 

Four big educational issues dominate court 
cases. L. O. Garber. bibliog Nations Sch 
73:76-7+ Mr '64 

Great train scene robbery. S. Faulkner. Q J 
Speech 50:24-8 F '64 

Investigate; then consolidate. L. O. Garber. 
Nations Sch 72:64 N '63 

Judicial review of college-admission policies; 
the Lesser decision. S. Jacobson. J Higher 
Ed 34:432-7 N '63 

Judicial rhetoric: a field for research. W. E. 
Wright, Speech Mon 31:64-72 Mr '64 

Law suit won, in favor of young children. 
C. Goldsmith. J Nurs Ed 19:96-7 Ja '64 

Minnesota joins growing list of states abro- 
gating historic immunity doctrine. M. C 
Nolte. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 147:13+ D '63 

Neglected landmark: California's Jack Owens 
case. C. Tyner. Phi Delta Kappan 45:270-7 
Mr '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:12-16 My 
'64; Reply. J. M. Williamson. Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:339-41 Ap '64 

Once a merger, alway.s a merger, district 
finds. L. O. Garber. Nations Sch 71:58 Je 
•63 

Opinions from the Attorney General's oflHce; 
taken from the Kentucky school boards 
journal. Ky Sch J 42:52-3 Ap '64 

School buildings may not be sub.iect to mu- 
nicipal construction regulations. M. C. 
Nolte, bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 148:11-12 Ja 
•64 

School districts can be sued in Minnesota 
and in Illinois; is your state next? L, O. 
Garber. Nations Sch 71:66 Ap ^63 

School law. S. F. Roach. See issues of School 
management 

Schools that earn money may lose their 
immunity. L. O. Garber. Nations Sch 72:54 
S '63 

Tenure rights protected. T. E. Stanton, jr. 
CTA J 60:42-6 Mr '64 

Tenure teacher entitled to hearing when dis- 
trict merges with another. M. C. Nolte. 
Am Sch Bd J 148:11-12 Mr '64 

Would you be liable if. . . D. J. Klgin. il 
Safety Ed 43:2-7 F '64 
ACTIVATION 

Kinetics experiment for the physical chem- 
istry laboratory. R. D. Whitaker. J Chem 
Ed 40:264-5 My '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



ACTIVITIES. See Creative activities; Kinder- 
garten — Activities; Primary grades — Ac- 
tivities: Student activities 
ACTIVITIES Index. See Personality tests 
ACTIVITY coefficients 
Determining activity coefHclents by gas 
chromatography; a physical chemistry ex- 
periment. S. Kenworthy and others. bib- 
Hog J Chem Ed 40:541-3 O '63 
Dissociation quotient of bromcresol green; a 
class study of ionic strength effects. R. W. 
Ramette. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:252-4 My 
'63 
ACTIVITY level 
Studies in activity level: effects of amphet- 
amine drug administration on the activity 
level of retarded children. T. R. McConnell. 
jr. and others. Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
647-51 Mr '64 
ACTIVITY method. See Project method 
ACTIVITY programs 
See also 
Projects 
ACTORS, Irish 
See also 
Sheridan, T. 
ACTORS and actresses 
See also 
Make-up, Theatrical 
ADAM de Saint-Victor 
Medieval sequence; for St Stephen's day by 
Adam of St Victor. J. J. Welch, bibbog f 
Class J 59:76-8 N "63 
ADAPTATIONS. Film. See Film adaptations 
ADDICTS. See Narcotic habit 
ADDING machines. See Calculating machines 

ADDITION 
Modern mathematics and the elementary 
teacher. E. H. Harper, bibliog Arith Teach 
10:412-16 N '63 
ADDRESS of abdication. See Speeches, ad- 
dresses, etc. 
ADELL, James Claude 

Forty-first Science education recognition 
award. C. M. Pruitt. por (cover) Sci Ed 48: 
201-18 Ap '64 
ADHESIVES .^ . 

Adhesives for book labels. G. T. Piez. AX^A 
Bui 57:1051-2 D '63 
ADJECTIVE 
See also 
English language — Adjective _ ,. . 

ADJECTIVE check-list. See Gough adjective 

cliGclv.-list 
ADJUSTMENT. Emotional. See Adjustment, 

Personal; Emotional problems 
ADJUSTMENT, Occupational. See Job satis- 
faction; Occupational adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT, Personal 
Empirical test of the mongoloid stereotype. 
A. B. Silverstein. Am J Men Deficiency 
68:493-7 Ja '64 ^ , „ , 

Growing up in the USA. K. M. Cobb. Teach 

Col Rec 65:380-4 Ja '64 
Identification, ego control, and adjustment. 
J. Block and E. Tunila. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:945-53 D '63 
Maternal anxiety during pregnancy and ade- 
quacy of mother and child adjustment 
eight months following childbirth. A. Davids 
and others, bibliog Child Develop 34:993- 
1002 D '63 
Psychology for today's living. H. M. Boodlsh. 

Social Studies 55:108-11 Mr '64 
Teacher judgments of high and low adjust- 
ment. J. Seeman. bibliog J Ed Res 57:213- 
16 D '63 
See also 
Maladjustment 
ADJUSTMENT, Social. See Social adjustment 

and development 
ADJUSTMENT, Student. See College students 
— Adjustment; High school students — ^Ad- 
justment; Junior high school students — ^Ad- 
justment: School children — ^Adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT. Teacher. See Teachers- 
Mental hygiene 
ADJUSTMENT, Vocational. See Job satisfac- 
tion: Occupational adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT inventory 

Test reviews: Adjustment inventory: student 
form. L,. Siegel. J Counsel Psychol 11:98-9 
Spr '64 
ADJUSTMENT tests 
See also 
Bills index of adjustment and values 
ADMINISTRATION, See Management 
ADMINISTRATION, Public 
See also 
Public service 

Peru 
Public administration in Peru. Higher Ed 
19:20 Je '63 



ADMINISTRATION, Theory of 
Consequences of executive behavior. H. J. 
Leavitt. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 

167-76 Ap '64 

ADMINISTRATION buildings 

Fulton County's new services building. N. J. 

Aaron. Am Sch & Univ 34:K4-K8 '62 
New school administration building in 

Memphis. R. Wells, il plans Am Sch Bd J 

147:23-4-f O '63 

ADMINISTRATION of schools 

Administration was just as rugged 100 years 
ago. A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 72:24 D '63 

Administrative prob!<^ms related to the 
eleven- or twelve-month school year. J. R 
Childress and H. A. Philippi. H Sch J 47 
230-7 Mr '64 

Administrator's clinic. C. Grieder. See is- 
sues of Nation's schools 

Barriers to change in educational organiza- 
tions. D. J. Willower. bibliog f TIP 2:257- 
63 D '63 

Change in the schools. J. Culbertson TIP 
2:249-51 D '63 

Climate for self-improvement. R. D Foster. 
Ed Lead 21:275-6+ F '64; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:26-7 My '64 

Comparative studv of educational develop- 
ments in 1961-1962; administration. Int 
Trbk Ed 1962:sup 13-19 

Countdown on the space age superintendent, 
N. Estes and D. Myers. Sch & Com 50:14-1- 
Mr '64 

Education is a cooperative enterprise. R. M. 
Cole and G. W. Smith. Ill Ed 52:117-20 
N '63 

Educational consultant and educational plan- 
ning. G. R. Rasmussen. Am Sch Bd J 147; 
15-16 S; 17-18-4- O '63 

Examining educational innovations. G. T. 
Kowitz. Am Sch Bd J 147:5-6+ D '63; 148: 
17-18 Ja '64 

Extended school year, is it administratively 
feasible? G. W. Holmes, 3d. and W. H. 
Seawell. H Sch J 47:224-9 Mr '64 

Getting a grip on organization. M. Shaw. 
Ed Exec Overview 4:38-40+ Je '63 

How to spend time on things that count. 
P. F. Drucker. Nations Sch 73:75 Ap '64 

Local control of public schools. K. S. Haus- 
sler. Am Sch Bd J 147:9-12+ O '63 

Next twenty years in school administration. 
A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 71:52-3+ Ap '63 

Problems faced in organizing a school differ- 
ently^ J L. Trump. Am Sch Bd J 147:7- 

Schoolman's judgment. R. E. Brown. Nations 
Sch 73:109-13 Mr '64 

What schools are doing; developing adminis- 
trative handbooks. G. Wagner, bibliog Ed 
84:315-17 Ja '64 

Women in administration. H. A. Taylor. 11 
Am Sch & Univ 36:21-3 D '63 

Tour AASA in 1962-63. American association 
of school administrators. 224p il pa '63 The 
assn. 
See also 

Adult education — Administration 

Agricultural education — Administration 

Art education — Administration 

Boards of education 

Business administration of schools 

Business managers 

House plans 

Libraries. School — Administration 

Public relations 

Rules and regulations 

Special education — Administration 

Summer schools — Administration 

Superintendents 

Vocational education — Administration 

Bibliography 
Selected references on school administration; 
general administration (cont) comp. by 
D. H. Cooper and others. El Sch J 64: 
401-2 Ap '64 

Where to get help. See issues of School man- 
agement 

City 

Democracy. expertise, and schools. L. 
Smith, bibliog f J Ed Sociol 36:442-8 My '63 

Public education department guides and 
controls. P. Zhidkov. Soviet Ed 6:10-16 N 
•63 

See also 

Boards of education — City 

County 

Effective intermediate unit. R. DeShane. 
Ill Ed 52:205-8 Ja '64 

How Shiawassee County mastered reorgani- 
zation. J. R. Francis, il Mich Ed J 40: 
645 My '63 



8 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ADMINISTRATION Of schools— County — Cont. 
School board operations in Jefferson Parish. 
Louisiana. W. D. Maxwell and J. A. Hart- 
man. Am Sch Bd J 148:25-6+ Ap '64 

Democratic practices 

Chanee that counts. V. Harvey and others, 
biblioff Ed Lead 21:292-6+ F '64 

Cooperative improvement of school admin- 
istration. B. Hughes. Mont Ed 40:8-9 F 64 

Democracy and school administration. D 
Duncanson. Teach Col J 3o:l()5-7 Mr b4 

Democratic administrative behavior. ■«•. ^■ 
Lien. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:31-8 Mr 

Democratic school board leadership. J. W. 
Tucker. Am Sch Bd J 148:24 F 64 . . 

Interview with a secondary school Princi- 
pal and his staff. E. Spaishts. J Sec Ed 39. 
20-3 Ja '64 , .. ^ ,.• , 

Role of authority in democratic educational 
administration. . F. M. Ci'owley and G. F. 
Cleminson. biblios f Am Sch Bd J 146:15- 
17 Je; 147:13-14 Jl; 11-12 As '63 

Task of administration in the pursuit of 
excellence; decentralization can supply 
climate for growth. P. M. Katz. Chicago 
Sch J 45:267-9 Mr '64 

See also . „ 

Administration of schools— Personnel prac- 

Administration of schools — Public participa- 
Administration of schools— Student participa- 
Administration of schools— Teacher partici- 
pation ,,. X • 4. 

District 

Investigate; then consolidate. L. O. Garber. 
Nations Sch 72:64 N '63 ,. ^ • ^ 

Once a merger, always a merger, district 
finds. L. O. Garber. Nations Sch 71:58 Je 
•63 , , 

Portrait of the administrator as an old 
Zuni W. G. Monahan. Ed Exec Overview 
4:34-5 Jl '63 ^ , , . ... 

State or local control: who is responsible 
for education? A. L,. McPherran. Calif 
Ed 1:17-18 O '63 . ^. . • . , ^ 

Three concepts of democratic district leader- 
ship. D. D. Pascoe. Ed Lead 21:89-92+ 
N '63 
See also 

School districts 

Parent participation 
See Parent participation in school activi- 
ties 

Personnel practices 

Changing Umes . require cooperative action. 
W A. Stoneking. Ill Ed 52:234-5 F 64 

Compelling need for written policies. F. 
Vescolani. Mich Ed J 41:16-19 My '64 

Good judgment is impersonal .ludgment. R. 
E Brown. Nations Sch 73:105-9 Ap 64 

Has this district found a substitute for bar- 
gaining? Minnetonka school district. R. P. 
Kleeman. il Sch Mgt 8:58-61 F .'64 

How to avoid collective bargaining. R. 
Fisher. Nations Sch 72:59 D '63 

How to superintend the board. N. B. Bur- 
bank. Nations Sch 72:41-2+ Ag '63 

Right to talk or the right to be heard. L. E. 
McCann. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 146:11-12 
Je '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:19-21 
N '63 

Staff allocation and school quality. Sch & 
Com 50:44-5 O '63 

Techniques of motivating People. . R. E. 
Stoltz bibliog Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S 
and Canada Proc 48:426-34 '62 

What schoolmen should do to attract better 
teachers. J. D. Koerner. Nations Sch 73: 
£0+ F '64 
See also 

Principals and teachers 

Bibliography 
Selected references on scliool administration: 
staff personnel (cont) comp. by D. H. 
Cooper and others. El Sch J 64:402-4 Ap 

'64 

Research 

Human side of school management or just 
how good are personnel relationships in 
New York state schools? D. J. McCarty and 
V. C. Nuccio. N Y State Ed 51:12-14 Ap 
•64 

Pressure group control 

Conflicting pressures: the educator and 
politics. R. E. Cleary. Peabody J Ed 40: 
323-9 My '63 

Educators need a pressure group. L. Pryer. 
Ohio Sch 41:22-3 D '63 



Influencing the power elite. A. Dykes. Ed 
Digest 29:28-9 O '63 

Local pressures in education. C. H. Wilson. 
Nat El Prin 43:32-6 Ja '64 

Pressure groups in politics and education. J. 
H. Bunzel. Nat El Prin 43:12-16 Ja '64 

Pressure or planning: which shall activate 
change? panel on critical issues in audio- 
visual education. M. W. Divizia. Av Instr 
9:81 Ja '64 

Public participation 

Democracy, expertise, and schools. L. Smith, 
bibliog f J Ed Sociol 36:442-8 My '63 

How shall the citizen be involved? H. E. 
Turner. Ed Lead 20:499-502 My '63 

Is the curriculum our business? with study- 
discussion program by D. B. Harris and 
B. S. Harris. A. H. Marckwardt. il PTA 
Mag 58:7-9, 35-6 Ap '64 
See also 

Citizens committees 

Parent participation in school activities 

Research 

Observation instrument for theory orientated 
research into administrative behavior; Ver- 
bal administrative behavior. A. Fibish and 
others, bibliog f Calif J Ed Res 14:208-13 
N '63 

Teacher role expectations and the internal 
organization of secondary schools. S. Soles, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:227-38 Ja '64 

Theory, research, and practice: three legs 
of administrative science. R. J. Hills, bib- 
liog Sch R 71:478-92 Wint '63 

State 

Establishing curriculum requirements; trends 
in state-level policies and practices. R. L. 
Cox. Ed Lead 21:171-2+ D '63 

Official rulings which support sound educa- 
tional practice. L. E. McCann. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:21-2 P '64 

State or local control: who is responsible 
for education? A. L. McPherran. Calif 
Ed 1:17-18 O '63 

Supervision and recognition of Illinois schools. 
R. Page, map 111 Ed 52:71-2 O '63 

Trends in the use of state curriculum com- 
mittees. R. L. Cox. H Sch J 47:260-3 Mr '64 

Will outside control on school budgets in- 
crease? H. C. de Bruin, bibliog f Am Sch 
Bd J 147:5-6 Ag '63 
See also 

Boards of education — State 

Departments of education. State 

Student participation 
Students should get a crack at decision- 
making. Nations Sch 71:10+ My '63 
See also 
Student self-government 

Teacher participation 

Cooperative improvement of school adminis- 
tration. B. Hughes. Mont Ed 40:8-9 F '64 

Democracy, teachers, and educational deci- 
sion-making. A. R. Dykes. Sch & Soc 92: 
155-6 Ap 4 '64 

Educators on school boards? D. Chaput. Mich 
Ed J 41:9 O '63 

Local associations work for better teaching 
conditions, il NEA J 53:28-31 F '64 

System uses cooperation in setting salary 
scale. H. E. Robinson. Ohio Sch 42:38-9+ 
Ap '64 

Teacher and administrator; plea for inter- 
changeability. T. C. Rising. Times Ed Sup 
2497:647 Mr 29 '63 

Teacher as administrator. H. E. Beck. Chica- 
go Sch J 45:209-15 F '64 

Teachers as councillors. L. F. W. White. 
Times Ed Sup 2528:627 N 1 '63 

Teacher's role in policy determination. G. H. 
Goold. N Y State Ed 51:8-9 My '64 

Teaching complex: focus of in-service edu- 
cation. A. Haan. Ed Lead 21:285-7 F "64 
See also 

Curriculum development — Teacher participa- 
tion 

Theories and principles 

Administrative theory in international per- 
spective: review of Comparative educational 
administration, ed. by T. L. Reller and 
E. L. Morphet. G. F. Kneller. J Higher Ed 
34:401-6 O '63 

Can educational theory guide practice? D. B 
Gowin; reply with rejoinder. H. J. Perkln- 
son. Ed Theory 14:93-8 Ap '64 

Depressive state of educational leadership. 
A. J. Bartky. Clearing House 38:131-6 
N 63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:4-7 F '64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



ADMINISTRATION of schools— Theories and 
principles — Conthuied 

Lay and professional decisions in education. 
D J. Willower. Peabody J Ed 41:226-8 Ja 
'64 

Observation instrument for theory orientated 
research into administrative behavior; Ver- 
bal administrative behavior. A. Fibish and 
others, bibliog f Calif J Ed Res 14:208-13 N 
•63 

Principles for principals. Sch & Com 50:6-7 
Ja- "64 , . . . , 

Role of authority in democratic educational 
administration. F. M. Crowley and G. F. 
Cleminson. biblios f Am Sch Bd J 146:15- 
17 Je; 147:13-14 Jl; 11-12 Ag '63 

Ten tenets of junior-high-school administra- 
tion. Council on junior-high-school admin- 
istration. Clearin.? House 38:329-32 F '64 

Theory, research, and practice: three legs 
of administrative science. R. J. Hills, bib- 
liog Sch R 71:478-92 Wint '63 

Use of authority, subsidiarity and obedience 
in Catholic school administration. \V. F. 
Hogan. Cath Ed R 61:601-7 D '63 

What are innovators like? E. M. Rogers, 
bibliog f TIP 2:252-6 D '63 

Catholic schools 
See Catholic schools — Administration 

Church schools 
See Church schools — Administration 

Colleges and universities 
See Colleges and universities — Adminis- 
tration 

Elementary schools 
Departmentalization: the space age elemen- 
tary program. B. B. Hirsch. N Y State Ed 
51:34-5 O '63 
Elementary-school principal and change m 
the school system. D. E. Griffiths. TIP 
2:278-84 D '63 
Elementary solution to high-school dropouts. 
Li. a. Murphy. Sch & Com 50:16-17+ S '63 
Impact of testing on school organization. 
W. W. Cook and T. Clymer. Nat Soc Study 
Ed Yrbk 62 pt2:62-81 '63 
Self-contained classroom: the stage for peda- 
gogical practices in the elementary school. 
T. D. Butterfield. N Y State Ed 51:12 F '64 
See also 
Self-contained classrooms 

High schools 
Elements of scheduling a flexible curriculum. 

D. W. Allen. J Sec Ed 38:84-91 N '63 
Impact of testing on school organization. 

W. W. Cook and T. Clymer. Nat Soc Study 

Ed Yrbk 62 pt2:62-81 '63 
Oasis amid negativism. R. A. AJterman. il 

Mich Ed J 40:634-5+ My '63^ ^ ^. 
Selling your ideas. W. Fox and G. Gardiner. 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:72-8 Mr '64 
Tackling the big problem of administrative 

and supervisory staffing. D. B. Austin. 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:47-59 Ap 

'64 
Ungraded high schools: why those who like 

them love them. S. P. Rollins. Nations Sch 

73:110+ Ap '64 
See also 
Public relations — ^High schools 

Junior high schools 

Articulation between the junior and senior 
high school. S. H. Frey. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 47:35-43 O '63 

Interview with a secondary school principal 
and his staff. E. Spaights. J Sec Ed 39: 
20-3 Ja '64 „^ „ 

Junior high school: a changing view. vv. M. 
Alexander. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 
15-24 Mr '64 

JHS in transition. G. A. Gogo. Clearmg 
House 38:275-7 Ja '64 

Ten tenets of junior- high- school administra- 
tion. Council on junior-high- school admin- 
istration. Clearing House 38:329-32 F '64 

Private schools 
See Private schools — Administration 

Rural schools 
See also 
Administration of schools — County 
Administration of schools — District 

Secondary schools 
See Administration of schools — High 
schools 

Arab states 
Problfemes d'^ducation dans le monde Arabe. 
A. K. Kinany, Int R Ed 8 no3/4:276-91 
'63 



California 
District organization patterns change. R. 

Clemo and L. A. Wann. Calif Ed 1:25-7 

F '64 
State or local control: who is responsible 

for education? A. L. McPherran. Calif 

Ed 1:17-18 O '63 

Canada 

Canada: report on educational developments. 
Sept. 1962- June 1963; school administration. 
Canadian education association. Can Ed 
Res Digest 3:71-3 Je '63 

Great Britain 
Hierarchy in English education. S. Morris. 

Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:356-62 '63 
Off the rates? Times Ed Sup 2516:175 Ag 9 

'63; Discussion. 2517:195; 2518:215; 2519:238; 

2520:267 Ag 16-S 6 '63 
School scene in England. T. R. Weaver. Am 

Assn Sch Adm Official Report 1963:22-38 
Teachers as councillors. L. F. W. White. 

Times Ed Sup 2528:627 N 1 '63 

Greece 
La r^forme de I'enseignement en Gr^ce. B. 
HaronJs. bibliog f Int R Ed 9 no3:334-9 
'63/64 

Guinea 
Administrative measures. Int Biu- Ed Bui 37 
2d quarter:81 '63 

Illinois 

Supervision and recognition of Illinois schools. 
R. Page, map 111 Ed 52:71-2 O '63 

Michigan 
How to cement board-administration rela- 
tions with management workshops. J. J. 
Herman. Sch Mgt 7:61-3+ S '63 

New Yorl< (state) 
Human side of school management or just 
how good are personnel relationships in 
New York state schools? D. J. McCarty 
and V. C. Nuccio. N Y State Ed 51:12-14 
Ap '64 

Russia 
Public education department guides and con- 
trols. P. Zhidkov. Soviet Ed 6:10-16 N '63 

Scotland 
Bigger and better? local government reform 

plan. Times Ed Sup 2514:120 Jl 26 '63 
Scots changes. Times Ed Sup 2511:17 Jl 5 

'63 

ADMINISTRATION offices 
In- school cooperative secretarial training. 
D. J. Kappel. H Points 46:46-8 Ja '64 

Equipment and supplies 

Tools, techniques and methods. S. Willins. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 48:162-74 '62 
ADMINISTRATIVE assistants 

Role of a coordinator. Sister Elizabeth Ann. 
il Cath Sch J 63:65-6 N '63 
ADMINISTRATIVE handbooks. See Manuals 

and handbooks 
ADMINISTRATORS. See Business managers; 
College admission officers; College presi- 
dents; Deans; Executives; School adminis- 
trators; Superintendents 
ADMISSION officers. See College admission 

officers 
ADOLESCENCE 

Adolescent behavior and American society. 
R. H. Potvin. Cath Ed R 62:19-24 Ja '64 

Awkward age. D. Beckmann. PTA Mag 58: 
23 S '63 

Case for individual latitude. A. Whitson. 11 
Sch Arts 63:36-8 My '64 

Juvenatrics: study of prolonged adolescence. 
A. Goldberg. Clearing House 38:488-92 Ap 
'64 

Teen-age manners and make-up; with study- 
discussion program by E. M. Duvall. R. H. 
Loeb, jr. bibliog il PTA Mag 58:30-2, 36 
D '63 

When teens have growing pains; excerpts 
from Patience and fortitude, by G. B. 
Blaine, jr. il Prac Forecast 9:10-11+ Ja 
'64 

Would you like to be an adolescent today? 
symposium; with study- discussion program 
by E. M. Duvall. il PTA Mag 58:7-9, 36 
My '64 

Youth and authority. W. B. Simon. Ed Di- 
gest 29:16-18 S '63 
See also 

Boys 

Girls 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ADOLESCENCE— See also — Continued 
Hiffh school stvidents 
Junior high school students 
Puberty 

"Voice, Chanse of 
Youth ^ , 

Crime 

See Juvenile delinquency 

Psychology 

Adolescent society, by J. Coleman; review 
C. W. Gordon. Sch R 71:377-85 Autumn 63 

Adolescents, aspirations, and the older gen- 
eration. F. G. Jennings. Teach Col Rec 
65:335-41 Ja '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 
29:8-11 Mr '64 . ^ .^. ^ „ 

Changes in tvi^o dimensions of cognition dur- 
ing adolescence. D. Freides and others. 
Child Develop 34:1047-55 D '63 ,, ^ , 

Comparison of adolescent and adult behav- 
ioral norm properties. R. D. Strom, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 54:322-30 D '63 

Cost of conformity; with study- discussion 
program by E. M. DuvaU. R. Squires. PTA 
Mag 58:4-6, 36 Mr '64 

Dilemma of counselor identity. D. H. Blocher 
and others, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 10: 
344-9 Wint '63 .^^ . , 

Emotional life of the teen-ager; with study- 
discussion program by E. M. Duyall. J. K. 
Gallagher, bibliog il PTA Mag 58:26-8. 36-7 
F "64 ^ . 

High school culture and academic progress. 
M. E. Gilliom. H Sch J 147:153-8 Ja '64 

Idea and emotion. R. Henkes. il Art Ed 16: 

Let them eat cake. F. C. Neff. Ed Forum 
28:405-12 My '64 ^ ^ . 

Parental model attributes, nurturant . rein- 
forcement, and consistency of behavior in 
adolescents. A. B. Heilbrun, jr. bibliog 
Child Develop 35:151-67 Mr 64 

Psychology of adolescent anti-smoking edu- 
cation. M. P Lawton. bibhog J Sch Health 
33:337-45 O '63 .i, r> r. 

Rebellious youth subculture; a myth. R._C. 
Bealer and others, bibliog Children 11:43-8 
Mr '64; Reply. I. M. Josselyn. 11:122-3 My 
'64 

Rehabilitating disturbed adolescents. T. 
Seligman. H Points 45:59-65 D '63 

Role- conflict in adolescence. F. Musgroye. 
bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:34-42 F '64 

Self concepts in children. A. S. Phillips. 
bibliog Ed Res 6:104-9 F '64 . . 

Stress and distress and identity formation in 
college and high school. G. B. Blaine, jr. 
Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 27: 
25-31 O '63 

Youth-adult relationships: the social milieu. 
O Wilfert. Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no 1: 
43-9 '63 

Research 

Concept attainment and adolescent develop- 
ment. L. Yudin and S. L. Kates, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 54:177-82 Ag '63 
Relation of childliood intelligence, maternal 
behaviors, and social class to behavior 
during adolescence. J. Kagan and M. Free- 
man, bibliog Child Develop 34:899-911 D '63 
ADOLESCENT delinquency. See Juvenile de- 
linquency 
ADOPTION 

Differential utilization of social work person- 
nel. H. B. Montgomery. Children 11:103-7 
My '64 
Independent adoptions, ten years later; 
review of Independent adoptions: a follow- 
up study, by H. L. Witmer and others. 

E. G. Meier. Children 10:230-2 N '63 

ADSORPTION 

Adsorption isotherm using a colonmetric 
method; a general chemisti-y experiment. 
A. J. Dandy, diag J Chem Ed 41:47 Ja '64 
ADSORPTION apparatus. See Chemical ap- 
paratus 
ADULT-child relationship. See Child-adult re- 
lationship; Parent-child relationship 
ADULT education 
Academic freedom and adult education. H. 
W. L'Hommedieu. Adult Lead 12:110 O '63; 
Reply. R. C. O'Reilly. 12:173 D '63 
Adult education, dimensions and necessities. 

F. E. Engleman. Sch Life 45:8-13 F '63 
Aged: a challenge to education. T E. Linton 

and D. L. Spence. Adult Lead 12:261-2-f 

Mr '64 
Alchemy for non-conductors. J. Goodman. 

Adult Lead 12:273 Mr '64 
Attitudes toward adult education by social 

class. J. London, bibliog Adult Ed 13:226- 

33 Sum '63 



Best of F.E.E; the re-education of the 
adult. F. E. Engleman. Am Sch & Univ 
36:59 F '64 
Case study in co-operation. H. T. Spitze. 

Adult Lead 12:1854- D '63 
Continuing education (cont) ed. by A. Kap- 
lan. J Higher Ed 34:470-1; 35:110-11 N '63. 
F '64 

Crash program for more adult education? 
J. W. Russell. Adult Lead 12:70 S '63 

Divine imperative to learn and to teach. 
J. C. Pritchard. bibliog f Adult Lead 12: 
39-40-1- Je '63 

Educational pursuits of American adults. 
J. W. C. Johnstone. Adult Ed 13:217-22 
Sum '63 

Extended day teaching. T. W. Hatten. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:42-3 Wint '64 

Growing needs of adults. G. Burch. Adult 
Lead 12:37-8-1- Je '63 

Informing the adult citizenry about changing 
mathematics curriculums. D. F. Devine. 
Math Teach 56:528-30 N '63 

Let's put adult education in the main 
stream! J. B. Holden. Adult Lead 12:66-7-1-, 
112-1- S-O '63 

No room at the bottom, il NEA J 53:44 My 
'64 

School dropout and adult education. W. W. 
Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:179 Ap 18 '64 

Superintendents and adult education; sum- 
mary of Opinions of school superintendents 
on adult education. National education as- 
sociation. Research division. NEA Res Bui 
42:8-11 F '64 

They came to us. H. Hyberger and others. 
Adult Lead 12:105-64- O '63 

Topsy and apathy. R. D. Yeo. Adult Lead 
12:145-6 N '63 
See also 

Ability. Influence of age on 

Adult education, Rural 

Adult education association of the United 
States of America 

Agricultural education — Adult 

Business education — Adult 

Community development 

Council of national organizations for adult 
education 

Distributive education — Adult 

Home economics education — Adult 

Illiteracy 

International education — Adult 

Languages, Modern — Teaching — Adults 

Mathematics — Teaching — Adults 

Parent education 

Part time education 

Programmed teaching — Adults 

Reading — Remedial teaching — Adults 

Religiou.'J education — Adult 

Technical education — Adult 

United States — Army — Education 

Vocational education — Adult 

Administration 

Advisory committees in adult education. M. 

Babitz. Calif Ed 1:13 D '63 ^ ^ 

Advisory council for adult education. J. L. 

Gable. Adult Lead 12:235-64- F '64 

Aims and objectives 

Adult education for a better quality of life. 

T. P. Gnagey. Adult Lead 12:46-8 Je^'63 
Challenge confronting American adult educa- 
tion. W. B. Cotton, bibliog Adult Ed 14: 

80-8 Wint '64 
Means and ends for adult education. P. 

Bergevin. Adult Lead 12:149-524- N '63 
New horizons for liberal adult education. 

A. A. Liveright. J Higher Ed 34:437-42 

N '63 
Shaping the urban culture. K. Haygood. 

Adult Ed 14:111-16 Wint '64 
Teaching mature students. R. K. Morton. 

Improving Col Univ Teach 11:84-6 Spr '63 
Undereducation in our American society. 

E. W. Brice. Ill Ed 51:387-9 My '63 
Vision of greatness. A. P. J. Crabtree. Adult 

Lead 12:163-4-1- D '63 

Bibliography 
Professional literature; ed. by J. B. Whipple. 
See issues of Adult education 

Curriculum 
Lebensschulen of Vienna. J. Kulich. Adult 

Lead 12:293-4 Ap '64 
Vision of greatness. A. P. J. Crabtree. Adult 

Lead 12:163-4+ D "63 

Evaluation 
Evaluating the adult education curriculum. 

F. R. Martinez. Adult Lead 12:237-8 F '64 



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11 



ADULT education — Continued 
Federal aid 
Adult education and federal legislation. B. 

Carstenson. Adult Lead 12:249-50 F '64 
Adult under- education. P. Thompson, jr. 

Adult Lead 12:49-50 Je '63 „ ^^ , ^ ^ 

Dangers of adult illiteracy. F. Keppel. Sch 

& Soc 92:9.S-f- Mr 7 '64 
Jensen testifies for Senate bill. G. Jensen. 

Adult Lead 12:82+ S '63 

Finance 
Adults and out-of-school youth; teacher- 
opinion poll. National education association. 
Research division. NEA J 53:77 F '64 

Graduate work 

Internships in adult education. A. B. Knox, 
bibliog Adult Lead 12:265-6-1- Mr '64 

Survey of graduate training needs in adult 
education. R. W. Axford and D. F. Wil- 
son. Adult Ed 13:222-5 Sum '63 

History 

Adult education in Los Angeles. T. S. War- 
burton. Adult Lead 12:177-84- D '63 

Challenge confronting American adult edu- 
cation. W. E. Cotton, bibliog Adult Ed 
14:80-8 Wint '64 

Continuing education of Jean-Marie Roland 
(1734-1793) C. A. Le Guin. bibliog Hist Ed 
Q 3:123-33 S '63 

What do we know about the field of adult 
education? M. S. Knowles. bibliog Adult 
Ed 14:67-79 Wint '64 

International aspects 
UNESCO and the future of adult education. 
Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no2:89-96 '63 

Library participation 

Libraries: active agents in adult reading 
improvement. H. A. Robinson, bibliog f 
ALA Bui 57:416-20 My '63 

Library adult education activities in public 
libraries of Germany, Denmark, and Eng- 
land; report. G. T. Stevenson, bibliog f 
il ALA Bui 57:643-54 Jl '63 

Library aide volunteers. E. B. Sigman. bib- 
liog Adult Lead 12:295-6+ Ap '64 

Research 

Johnstone study and world affairs education. 

R. R. Woock. Adult Lead 12:291-2+ Ap '64 
Research and investigations in adult educa- 
tion. W. Thiede and J. Draper. Adult Ed 

13:195-216 Sum '63 
Research on higher education for adults. E. 

J. McGrath. Ed Rec 45:89-96 Wint '64 
Research team in adult education. G. C. 

Husted. Adult Lead 12:136-8+ N '63 
Study of adult education participants in Green 

Bay. Wis. W. D.'Dowling. J Exp Ed 32:85- 

93 Fall '63 

Subject matter 
Case for creative problem-solving. W. T. 

Kingsbury. Adult Lead 12:230-2+ F '64 
Experimental booklets project: 1963; adult 

students adjust to changing conditions in 

New York city. E. K. Sussman. Adult 

Lead 12:171-2 D '63 

Summer programs 
Utilization of school facilities for adult edu- 
cation during the summer. E. R. Watson. 
H Sch J 47:253-9 Mr '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Experimental booklets project: 1963; adult 
students adjust to changing conditions in 
New York city. E. K. Sussman. Adult 
Lead 12:171-2 D '63 
See also 
Radio in adult education 
Television in adult education 

Teaching methods 
Teaching mature students. R. K. Morton. 
Improving Col Univ Teach 11:84-6 Spr '63 
See also 
Discussion method 

Theories and principles 

Adult education: a philosophv of communi- 
cation. J. W. Powell. Adult Lead 12:194-6+ 
J '64 

Autonomer fernunterricht; ein beitrag zur 
theorie der erwachsenenbildung. K. Graff, 
bibliog f Int R Ed 9 no3:290-300 '63/64 

Teaching of adults, a polemic. R. D. Boyd, 
bibliog Adult Lead 12:227-8+ F '64 

Vision of greatness. A. P. J. Crabtree. Adult 
Lead 12:162-4+ D '63 



Value 

Can and able of upward mobility. J. W. Rus- 
sell. Adult Lead 12:199 Ja '64 

Does your team do nough plowin? M. Ken- 
nedy. Calif Ed 1:14 D '63 

Education for risk. J. W. Russell. Adult Lead 
12:108+ O '63 

Human interest in adult education. Calif 
Ed 1:14 D '63 

New horizons for liberal adult education. 
A. A. Liveright. J Higher Ed 34:437-42 
N '63 

Catholic colleges 

Role of the Catholic college in the field of 
adult education. L. V. Ryan, bibliog f 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:171-8 Ag '63 

Colleges and universities 

Find and deliver the truth! G. A. Sabine. 

Adult Lead 12:34-6+ Je '63 
New horizons for liberal adult education. 

A. A. Liveright. J Higher Ed 34:437-42 

N '63 
Research on higher education for adults. 

E. J. McGrath. Ed Rec 45:89-96 Wint '64 
Seen in the gallery! D. R. McNeil. Adult 

Lead 12:5-6+ My '63 
Shaping the urban culture. K. Haygood. 

Adult Ed 14:111-16 Wint '64 
High schools 
High school study program for adults. J. 

Shank. Adult Lead 12:167 D '63 
Only high school graduates need apply. E. M. 

DeGabriele. Calif Ed 1:19-20 O '63 
Australia 
Adult education in Australia. P. Corbett. 

Adult Ed 14:88-95 Wint '64 

Austria 
Lebensschulen of Vienna. J. Kulich. Adult 
Lead 12:293-4 Ap '64 

California 

Adult education in Los Angeles. T. S. 
Warburton. Adult Lead 12:177-8+ D '63 

Adult school trains garment workers; Jeffer- 
son adult school, Los Angeles, il Calif Ed 
1:20 F '64 

Meeting change, the challenge to adults, il 
Calif Ed 1:23-4 S '63 

Only high school graduates need apply. E. M. 
DeGabriele. Calif Ed 1:19-20 O '63 

Weeping won't help Willie McGee. P. C. 
Hertert. il Calif Ed 1:11-12 Ja '64 

Canada 

Canada; report on educational developments, 

Sept. 1962- June 1963; adult education. 

Canadian education association. Can Ed 

Res Digest 3:80 Je '63 
New sound in the air. P. G. Stensland. Ad\ilt 

Lead 12:113-15 O '63 

China (Peoples Republic) 
Housewife becomes literate in Communist 

China; testimony, tr. bv D. C. Chu. L. Y. 

"Wang. Sch & Soc 91:379-80 N 30 '63 
Winter schools for farmers. Int Bur Ed Bui 

37 3d quarter:148 '63 

Colorado 

See also 
Adult education council of metroiwlitan 
Denver 

Florida 
Operation diploma; evening adult program, 
Pinellas County. P. W. Fitzgerald and W. 

F. Perry, il Voc Guid Q 12:104-6 Wint 
'63/64 

France 

Continuing education of Jean-Marie Roland 

(1734-1793) C, A. Le Guin. bibliog Hist Ed 

Q 3:123-33 S '63 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
Adult education. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 3d quar- 

ter:150 '63 

Ghana 
Adult education in Ghana. Times Ed Sup 

2539:90 Ja 17 '64; Reply. J. S. Gregory. 

2543:371 F 14 '64 

Great Britain 

Adult education Albemarle. E. H. Littlecott. 
Times Ed Sup 2513:91 Jl 19 '63 

Education for adults; over to L.E.A.s? Times 
Ed Sup 2522:343 S 20 '63 

Education of adults; new Manchester train- 
ing course. R. D. Waller. Times Ed Sup 
2547:663 Mr 13 '64 

For adults only; centres surveyed. M. Page. 
Times Ed Sup 2526:543 O 18 '63 



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ADULT education — Great Britain — Continued 

Universities at the crossroads. Times Ed 
Sup 2523:398 S 27 '63 

Using sound broadcasts; a tool in adult edu- 
cation. T. I. JeffreyS-Jones. Times Ed Sup 
2516:171 Ag 9 '63 

Zooming up to the skies; Liverpool's cul- 
ture plans. Times Ed Sup 2529:669 N 8 '63 
See also 

Educational centres association 

Illinois 
New effort in adult education in southern 
Illinois. F. H. Sehnert. Adult Lead 12:288- 
90-1- Ap '64 

India 

Adult education. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 2d quar- 
ter:81 '63 

Iowa 

Advisory council for adult education; Cedar 
Rapids. J. L. Gable. Adult Lead 12:235-6-1- 
F "64 

Kenya 

Adult education in Kenya: a fresh start; 
College of social studies, Kikuyu. H. Wilt- 
shire, il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no2:73- 
80 '63 

Latin America 

Analysis of inter- American adult education 
programs. E. Jones, bibliog f 11 Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:189-92 Ja '64 

Minnesota 
Retraining the unemployed and the under- 
employed. H. D. Hill, il Minn J Ed 44: 
6-7 D '63 

Netherlands 
See also 
Folk high schools — Netherlands 

New York (state) 

Experimental booklets project: 1963; adult 
students adjust to changing conditions in 
New York city. E. K. Sussman. Adult 
Lead 12:171-2 D '63 

Rhodesia, Northern 

U.S. educators aid Africa; College of further 
education. Higher Ed 19:20 Je '63 

Scotland 
Inquiry for action; Scottish plans. Times 
Ed Sup 2529:664 N 8 '63 

Singapore 
Adult education in Singapore (1950-61) L. 

Comber, il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no2: 

65-72 '63 

Sudan 
Some notes on adult education in the Sudan. 

S. V. Rao. il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 

no3:116-19 '63 

Wisconsin 
Programs in education for business in voca- 
tional, technical, and adult evening schools. 

R. J, Hosier. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:351-67 

•63 
Success story; Wisconsin alumni seminars. 

C. R. Reich. Adult Lead 12:1094- O '63 
ADULT education, Rural 
Universita agraria. R. MacGregor-Hastie. 

Univ Q 18:187-92 Mr '64 
ADULT education association of the United 

States of America 
Adult education association. USA, to move 

its headquarters to Washington. Adult 

Lead 12:210-11+ Ja '64 
Annual report, AEA executive director, 1963. 

E. I. Johnson. Adult Lead 12:307-9 Ap '64 
Introducing AEA's new director: E. I. John- 
son, il Adult Lead 12:18 My '63 
Shall AEA move? Adult Lead 12:55-7 Je '63 
Vision of greatness. A. P. J. Crabtree. Adult 

Lead 12:162-4+ D '63 
What are we waiting for? R. E, Sharer. Adult 

Lead 12:98-100 O '63 
What do we know about the field of adult 

education? M. S. Knowles. bibliog Adult Ed 

14:67-79 Wint '64 
See also 
National commission for adult literacy 

Meetings, 1963 
AEA Miami Beach conference offers you all 

this! Adult Lead 12:85-6+ S '63 
Removing roadblocks to the effective use of 

television in adult education; report from 

the 1963 conference. E. I. Johnson. Adult 

Lead 12:203-6 Ja '64 
Reports from Miami Beach conference. Ad\ilt 

Lead 12:213-16 Ja '64 



Committee on goals and structure 

Report of the AEA goals and structure com- 
mittee. A. P. Crabtree. Adult Lead 12:76-8 
S "63 

Committeo on social philosophy 
Accent on social philosophy. Sea issues of 
Adult leadership January 1962- 
ADULT education council of metropolitan 
Denver 
Developing community leaders; Rocky Moun- 
tain workshop for group development. E. 
M. Lewis. Ed Lead 21:158-60+ D '63 
ADULT education directors 
When were you last a teacher, or a student, 
with adults? E. H. Sargent, jr. Adult Lead 
12:119+ O '63 

Education 

Internships in adult education. A. B. Knox. 

bibliog Adult Lead 12:265-6+ Mr '64 
ADULT education students 

Report on an informal foreign language 

opinionnaire. M. Nevin. Adult Ed 13:240-2 

Sum '63 
San Diego students participate in letters to 

a dropout contest. L. E. Koehler. Calif 

Ed 1:13-14 N '63 
See also 
Evening school students 
ADULT education teachers 
When were you last a teacher, or a student, 

with adults? E. H. Sargent, jr. Adult Lead 

12:119+ O '63 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 

That professor of mine. H. S. Jones. Adult 
Lead 12:41+ Je '63 

Education 
Education of adults; new Manchester train- 
ing course. R. D. Waller. Times Ed Sup 
2547:663 Mr 13 '64 
ADULT guidance. See Counseling 
ADULT residential colleges. See Adult educa- 
tion — Great Britain 
ADVANCED placement program. See College 
entranco examination board — ^Advanced 
placement program 
ADVENT 

Plays, pageants, etc. 

O antiphons. Sister Mary RosaJre. Cath Sch J 

63:33-4 N '63 
What the prophets said. Sister ISIaria. Cath 

Sch J 63:32-3 N '63 

Projects 

Advent offerings. Sister Mary Cephas, il Cath 
Sch J 63:37 N '63 
ADVENTISTS, Seventh day. Sea Seventh day 

Adventists 
ADVERB 

See also 
English language — Adverb 
ADVERTISEMENTS. See Advertising 
ADVERTISING 

Current developments in consuiner economics; 
classified advertisements. I. D. Satlow. Bsns 
Ed World 44:38 F '64 
Modern advertising versus spelling. E. B. 
Suhrie. Ed 84:40-3 S '63 
See also 
Religious advertising 
Sales promotion 

Research 
Factors affecting perceptual integration of il- 
lustrated material. J. M. McKendry and 
others, bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:293-9 O '63 

Tests and scales 
Clas.'Jroom advertising tests. R. C. Geist. 
H Points 45:68-9 My '63 

Units of work 
Advertising, a study in creativity and depth. 
G. Erlandson. Bsns Ed Forum 18:24 F '64 
Resource unit in advertising. C. Vance. Bsns 
Ed World 44:17-19 D '63 
ADVERTISING, School. Sea Publicity 
ADVERTISING art. See Art, Commercial 
ADVICE 
Dear Ovid: my problem is. . . B. L. Fox. 
Class J 59:156-9 Ja '64 
ADVICE columns. See Newspapers 
ADVISERS. See Counselors; Student counselors; 

Vocational counselors 
ADVISORY centre for education, England 
A.C.B. defends its survey. Times Ed Sup 
2545:516 F 28 '64 



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13 



ADVISORY committees. See Citizens commit- 
tees 
ADVISORY periods. See Home rooms 
AERODYNAMICS ^ , ^, 

Aerodynamic and mechanical forces In ais- 
cus flight. R. V. Genslen. il diag Athletic J 
44:504- Ap '64 
AERONAUTIC engineering. See Aviation engi- 
neering' 
AERONAUTIC research 
See also 
Airplanes, Experimental 
AERONAUTICS, Military 
See also 
Space flight — Military applications 
AEROS (artificial satellite) See Artificial satel- 
lites — Meteorological applications 
AEROSPACE education 
Aerospace-age education. J. M. Ogle, il Mont 

Ed 40:30-2 Ap '64 
Aerospace is a challenging interest activity. 
B. Blackmon. Sch Activities 35:195-6 Mr 
'64 
AEROSPACE industries 

Manpower futures in NASA. C. G. Ferguson. 
Higher Ed 19:3-64- My '63 
AESTHETIC perception (test) 
Test reviews: Aesthetic perception. L.. Siegel. 
J Counsel Psychol 11:98 Spr '64 
AESTHETICS 
Aesthetic experience in music. E. T. Gaston, 
bibliog f Mu3 Educators J 49:25-64- Je 

Aesthetics and the teaching of art. E. F. 

Kaelin. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-56 Spr '64 
Appreciation of beauty; review of The ex- 
perimental psychology of beauty, by C. W. 

Valentine. C. Burt. Brit J Ed Psychol 33: 

194-201 Je '63 
Beauty and ugliness in painting. R. Henkes. 

Ed 84:247-50 D '63 
Beauty around our town. J. Stillion. il Sch 

Arts 63:22-4 F '64 
Field, philosophy, and esthetics. E. R. Fagan. 

il Sch Arts 63:25-8 My '64 
Musician and aesthetics. V. L. Kliewer. Mus 

J 21:584- O '63 
On teaching aesthetic sensitivity. G. L. 

Duerksen. Mus Educators J 50:85-6 Ja '64 
Role of the visual arts in the education of 

the academically talented. J. K. McFee. 

il Art Ed 17:15-16 Mr '64 
Structure of aesthetics, by F. E. Sparshott; 

review. T. F. Saunders. Studies Art Ed 

5:75-7 Spr '64 
Vision in art in people to people. E. D. 

Stone, il Art Ed 17:5-11 Ja '64 
See also 
Nature (aesthetics) 
AFFECTION. See Love 
AFFILIATION (psychology) 
Birth order and needs for affiliation. C. K. 

Conners. bibliog J Personal 31:408-16 S '63 
Emotional comparison and self-esteem as 

determinants of afliliation. P. Zimbardo 

and R. Formica, bibliog J Personal 31:141- 

62 Je '63 
Some personality and behavioral factors re- 
lated to birth order. E. E. Smith and J. D. 

Goodchilds. bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:300-3 O 

'63 
AFGHAN language 
English and other languages in Afghanistan. 

G. Cannon. Mod Lang J 47:314-18 N '63 
AFGHANISTAN 
See also 
Education — Afghanistan 

English language — Teaching — ^Afghanistan 
Languages. Modern — Teaching — Afghanistan 
Technical assistance in Afghanistan 
AFRICA 
Rise of new nations in Africa. P. Wallin. 

bibliog Social Studies 54:211-18 N '63 
See also 
American educators in Africa 
American students in Africa 
American teachers in Africa 
Americans in Africa 
English language in Africa 
Ethiopia 
Liberia 
Somalia 

Technical assistance in Africa 
Timbuktu 

also subhead Africa under the following 

subjects 
Colleges and universities 

Colleges and universities — Entrance require- 
ments 
Conferences and conventions. Educational 
Correspondence schools and courses 
Cost and standard of living 
Education 
English language — Teaching 



Higher education 

Legal education 

Libraries 

Medical education 

Scholarships and fellowships 

Sports 

Teacher education 

Teacher recruiting 

Television in education 

Testing programs 

Women 

Women — Education 

Economic conditions 
Changing Africa. E. Eiselen. bibliog f J Geog 



62:253-8 S '63 



Languages 



See also 
Bantu languages 

Native races 
Settling nomadic people; bushmen at home, 
il Times Ed Sup 2536:934 D 27 '63 

Study and teaching 
Are you prepared to teach about Africa? 

A. B. Du Plessis. map Pa Sch J 112:110-11 
N '63 

Films: Africa. L. C. Carter. J Geog 63:226- 

7 My '64 
Teaching about Africa. H Sch J 47:46-99 
N '63 
AFRICA, CENTRAL 
See also 
Education — Africa. Central 
AFRICA, EAST 
See also 
Electric engineering — Teaching — Africa. East 
Higher education — Africa, East 

Economic conditions 
Family expenditure studies in developing 
economies; East Africa and Rhodesia. J. 
M. Due. bibliog J Home Econ 56:321-8 My 
•64 
AFRICA, SOUTH. See South Africa 
AFRICA. SUB-SAHARAN 
Sociological perspective of Africa. A. H. 
Burrows. Social Studies 55:88-96 Mr '64 
See also 
Church and education — ^Africa, Sub-Saharan 
Education — Africa. Sub-Saharan 

Economic conditions 
African economic prospects. J. J. Spengler. 
H Sch J 47:71-88 N '63 

Nationalism 
Role and importance of Africa south of the 
Sahara: a challenge to American education. 
C. K. Snvder. H Sch J 47:46-59 N '63 

Native races 
Some observations on native life in Africa. 
E. T. Thompson, bibliog f H Sch J 47:60-70 
N '63 

Social conditions 
Some observations on native life in Africa. 

B. T. Thompson, bibliog f H Sch J 47:60-70 
N '63 

AFRICA, WEST 
See also 
Education — Africa, West 

English literature — Teaching — Africa, West 
Exaininations — Africa, West 
Social classes — Africa, West 

Economic conditions 

Family expenditure studies in developing 
economies; West Africa. J. M. Due. bib- 
liog J Home Econ 56:169-75 Mr '64 
AFRICA and the United States 

Africa, teacher education, and the United 
States; the fourth Charles W. Hunt lecture. 
K. W. Bigelow. Am Assn Col Teach Ed 
Trbk 16:102-12 '63 

Role and importance of Africa south of the 
Sahara: a challenge to American education. 

C. K. Snyder. H Sch J 47:46-59 N '63 
AFRICAN-AMERICAN institute. New York 

AID extends contract for Guinean training 
program. Hisrher Ed 19:12 Ap '63 
AFRICAN children 

Note on the frequency of left-handedness In 

African children. P. Verhaegen and A. 

Ntumba. J Ed Psychol 55:89-90 Ap '64 

AFRICAN folk songs. See Folk songs, African 

AFRICAN literature 

African literature in English. Times Ed Sup 

2500:810 Ap 19 '63 ^^ .^ . 

Teaching Ensrlish literature to West African 
students. P. Edwards and D. R. CarroU. 
Engl Lang Teach 18:38-44 O '63 



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AFRICAN musical Instruments. See Musical 

instruments, African 
AFRICAN poetry ^. _, _ ocit. 

Modern Mashona poetry. Times Ed Sup 2517. 

189 Ag 16 '63 
See also 
Folk songs, African „ , ^ . , • 

AFRICAN sculpture. Sea Sculpture. African 
AFRICAN students , . ^ .... ^ 

Challenge to higher education; Competition 

for Africa's students. Overseas 3:29 N bS 
Teaching English literature to West African 

students. P. Edwards and D. R. Carroll. 

Engl Lang Teach 18:38-44 O '63 
AFRICAN students in Communist countries 
Students behind the curtain; photographs. 

Times Ed Sup 2542:294-5 F 7 '64 
AFRICAN students in the United States. 
AID extends contract for Guinean training 

program. Higher Ed 19:12 .Ap '63 _. ,, ^ 
A.I.D. sponsored foreign visitor. L. Nadler. 

Adult Lead 12:200-2+ Ja.'64 
Africans study in U.S. Higher Ed 20:17 S 63 
Exploratory study of problems of academic 

adjustment of Nigerian students in 

America. G. D. Morgan, bibliog J Negro 

Ed 32:208-17 Sum '63 . „^ , . , . „ 

Some thoughts on education in West Africa 

P. Sammartino. Liberal Ed 50:43-8. Mr 64 
Teachers for Africa. K. W. Bigelow. il Over- 
sea.? 3:18-22 N '63 ^ ^ . .^ u -c tvt 
Teaching foreign students, in French. E. M. 

Sinauer. il Overseas 3:12-15 D 63 
U S influence on East African education. 

K. D. Luke. 11 Overseas 3:4-9 O '63 

AFTER images ,,.,., „„ 

Spiral afterimage in cultural- familial re- 
tardates. T. E. Smith and A. A. Baii- 
meister. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
91-3 Jl '63 
AFTRETH. Orville B. , , ^ 

President of the Department of elementary 
school principals, por Nat El Pnn 43:6-7 
S '63 

AGE 

Effect of early father absence on scholastic 
aptitude. L. Carlsmith. bibliog Harvard Ed 
R 34:3-21 Wint '64 , ^ , , * , 

Individual variation in the rate of skeletal 
maturation between five and eighteen 
years. F E. Johnston, bibliog Child De- 
velop 35:'r5-80 Mr '64 

Ontogenetic change in the meaning of con- 
cepts as measured by the Semantic dif- 
ferential. H. E. Maltz. bibhog Child De- 
velop 34:667-74 S "63 , .,. ^ *t. 

Relation of age and mental growth to the 
CFF response in children; critical flicker 
frequency. J. P. Cross, bibliog Child De- 
velop 34:739-44 S '63 , .. • , 

Restudy of relationships between physical 
piirformances of school children and age. 
height, and weight. A. S. Espenschade. 
bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec 
Res Q 34:144-53 My '63 
.See also 

Aged 

College students — Age 
AGE (animals) , ^^ ^^ ^^.,^ ., 

Parturition calendar. H. H. Hillemann. il 
Am Biol Teach 25:632-3 D '63 

AGE, Psychology of 
Determining worker preferences among em- 
ployee benefit programs. S. M. Nealey. 
J Ap P.sychol 48:7-12 F '64 
See also 
Age differences 
AGE, Reading. See Reading age 
AGE, School. See School age 
AGE and ability. See Ability. Influence of 

age on 
AGE and employment 

Advantages of employing older college pro- 
fessors. T. Ticker. Phi Delta Kappan 45: 
344+ Ap '64 , . 

Meaningfulness of work. H Rusalem and A. 
Speiser. Voc Guid Q 12:119-22 Wint '63/64 
Retirement practices in colleges and uni- 
versities; the report of a recent study 
conducted by the Research division of 
the National education association. R. C. 
Maul. J Higher Ed 35:79-82 F '64 
See also 
College professors and instructors. Retired — 

Employment 
Scientists, Retired — Employment 
AGE and grade of students leaving school. See 

Educational attainment 
AGE and grade placement. See Grade place- 
ment 
AGE differences 
Age and normal hearing. L. L. Price. J 
Speech & Hearing Dis 29:91-3 F '64 



Age and other correlates of self-concept in 
children. E. V. Piers and D. B. Harris, bib- 
liog J Ed Psychol 55:91-5 Ap '64 
Age changes in accuracy of self-perceptions. 
B. N. Phillips, bibhog Child Develop 34: 
1041-6 D '63 

Age differences in performance on tne 
Stroop color-word test. G. Rand and 
others, bibliog J Personal 31:534-58 D '63 

Changes in conventional and deviation IQ s. 
B. W. Lindholm. bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 
110:13 Ap '64 

Children's dependent and achievement be- 
haviors in social situations and their per- 
ceptual field dependence. V. J. Crandall 
and C. Sinkeldam. bibliog J Personal 32: 
1-22 Mr '64 

Comparison of programmed learning and 
note- making at two age levels. P. K. 
Poppleton and K. Austwick. bibliog Brit 
J Ed Psychol 34:43-50 F '64 

Effect of instructions, penalty, and age on 
probability learning. G. B. Gruen and M. 
W. Weir, bibliog Child Develop 35:265-73 
Mr '64 

Experimental examination of the size-weight 
illusion in young children. H. B. Robinson, 
bibliog il Child Develop 35:91-107 Mr '64 

Motor characteristics of underachieving boys. 
J. Keogh and D. Benson. J Ed Res 57: 
339-44 Mr '04 

Oral behavior of newborn infants as a func- 
tion of age and time since feeding. L. S. 
Hendry and W. Kessen. Child Develop 35: 
201-8 Mr '64 , ^ 

Reaction time and speed of movement in 
males and females of various ages. J. Hodg- 
kins. bibliog diag Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 34:335-43 O "63 

Recognition by children of inverted photo- 
graphs of faces. R. M. Brooks and A. G. 
Goldstein, bibliog Child Develop 34:1033-40 

Recognition of children's faces. A. G. Gold- 
stein and J. E. Chance, bibliog Child De- 
velop 35:129-36 Mr '64 ,, . „, , 

Research on children's thinking. M. A. W^al- 
lach. bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 
pt 1:236-76 '63 

Socially desirable responses in relation to 
grade level. D. B. Cruse, bibliog Child De- 
velop 34:777-89 S '63 

Stability of language age modifications over 
time. M. Mueller and J. O. Smith. Am J 
Men Deficiency 68:537-9 Ja '64 

Studies in perceptual development: part- 
whole perception. D. Elkind and others, 
bibliog il Child Develop 35:81-90 Mr "64 

Word meaning difficulties. M. Wozencraft. El 
Engl 41:44-6 Ja '64 
AGED 

Community service. Kansas style; working 
with handicapped children and visiting the 
aged. L. S. Kelley. il J Home Econ 55:780-1 
D '63 

Golden age center. E. K. Sussman. bibhog f 
Adult Lead 12:13-14+ My '63 

Our responsibilities to senior citizens; report. 
H. T. Hucklebridge. J Health Phys Ed Rec 
35:38+ Ap '64 

Senior citizens month; proclamation by the 
President of the United States. J. F. Ken- 
nedy. Sch Life 45:23 Ap '63 „ 

Some facts about our older people. M. F. 
Baer. Personnel & Guid J 42:112-13 O 63 

Toward happier years for older adults. H. W. 
Byrnes. Adult Lead 12:73-4 S '63 
See also 

Church work with the aged 

Adjustment problems 

Aged: a challenge to education. T. E. Linton 
and D. L. Spence. Adult Lead 12:261-2+ 
Mr '64 

Positive view of aging asks much of edu- 
cation. H. L. Dunn, il Sch Life 46:30-4 
Ja '64 



See also 
Geriatrics 



Care and hygiene 



Case studies 



Meaningfulness of work. H. Rusalem and A. 
Speiser. Voc Guid Q 12:119-22 Wint '63/64 

Economic conditions 
Economic status of elderly. M. F. Baer. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:652-3 Mr '64 

Employment 
See Age and employment 

Mental hygiene 
Volunteer's contribution to the mental health 
of the geriatric patient. I. M. Hulicka. 
Adult Lead 12:130-2+ N '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



15 



AGE D — Continued 



Nutrition 



Better nutrition for senior citizens: Pasa- 
dena. A. Xedes and V. Cardinal. J Home 
Econ 56:188 Mr '64 

Psychological aspects 
See Age, Psychology of 
AGENCIES. Social. See Social asencies 
AGENCY for international development. See 
United States — Asency for international 
development . . 

AGGRESSIVENESS (psychology) 

Influence of anti-agsressive communications 
upon the response to provocation. H. Kauf- 
mann and S. Feslibach. biblios J Personal 
31:428-44 S '63 
Interpersonal stimuli as interference in a 
sorting task. M. Brodsky. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 31:517-33 D 'G3 
On the high-magnitude theory of aggression. 
R. H. Walters. Child Develop 35:303-4 Mr 
'64 
Social class, parental punishment for aggres- 
sion, and child aggression. L. D. Eron 
and others, bibliog Child Develop 34:849-67 

D '63 . ^ .^ r. ,- T 

Understanding aggressiveness. Catn Sen J 
64:32 Ap '64 
See also 
Hostility 

Research 
Aggression. A. Bandura and R. H, "Walters, 
bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1: 
364-415 '63 
Studies of reinforcement of aggression: ef- 
fects of emotionally-arousing antecedent 
conditions. H. Hops and R. H. Walters, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:553-62 S '63 
Studies of reinforcement of aggression: ef- 
fects of scheduling. P. A. Cowan and R. H. 
Walters, bibliog Child Develop 34:543-51 S 
•63 
Studies of reinforcement of aggression: trans- 
fer of response.^! to an interpersonal situa- 
tion. B. H. Walters and M. Brown, bibliog 
Child Develop 34:563-71 S '63 
AGING , , 

Positive view of aging asks much of educa- 
tion. H. L. Dunn, il Sch Life 46:30-4 Ja 
•64 
AGRIBUSINESS. See Agriculture — Economic 

aspects 
AGRICULTURAL chemicals 
.See also 
Pesticides 
AGRICULTURAL clubs. Sea 4-H clubs: Future 
farmers of America; Young farmers associa- 
tions 
AGRICULTURAL colleges 
See also 
Arkansas. Agricultural, mechanical and 

normal college 
Florida agricultural and mechanical univer- 
sity 
Land grant colleges 
Michigan state university of agriculture and 

applied science 
South Dakota state college of agriculture and 
mechanic arts 

Curriculum 
See Curriculum — Agricultural colleges 
Entrance requirements 
Letter to Robin. A. H. Krebs. Ag Ed Mag 
36:11 Jl '63 

Latin America 

Educated manpower produces better crops. 
L. M. Roberts, il Overseas 2:6-11 My '63 
AGRICULTURAL contests 
Corn contest sparks adult course. P. E. 

Burns. Ag Ed Mag 36:89-90 O '63 

Michigan FFA poultry contest keeps abreast 

of new technology. C. Sheppard and AV. A. 

Householder, i! Ag Ed Mag 36:133-4 Ja '64 

Relevance of youth organizations and awards 

to youth problems. H. H. Punke. Am Voc J 

39:8-11+ Mr ^64 

AGRICULTURAL cooperation. See Agriculture, 

Cooperative 
AGRICULTURAL credit 

$52,000 worth of credit for farming programs. 
M. J. Iverson. il Ag Ed Mag 36:39-40 Ag 
'63 
AGRICULTURAL economics 
See also 
Agriculture — Economic aspects 

Teaching 
Farm business analysis can be taught. R. P. 
Marvin. Ag Ed Mag 36:57-8 S •es 



AGRICULTURAL education 

Acquaint the community with the vocational 
agriculture program. J. Anderson and R. 
Beach, il Ag Mag 36:178-9 F ^64 

Better communications through better cor- 
respondence. W. W. Carnes. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
176-7 P ^64 

Community changed. I decided to stay. R. 
Franz. Ag Ed Mag 36:42+ Ag '63 

Finding the time for quality teaching. J. C. 
Atherton. Ag Ed Mag 36:128-9 Ja ^64 

FFA banquet may provide an avenue of com- 
munication for revitalizing the vocational 
agriculture image. H. E. Todd. Ag Ed Mag 
35:265-6 Je '63 

How to prepare fo" teaching. N. K. Quarles. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:16 Jl '63 

Letter to Robin. A. H. Krebs. Ag Ed Mag 
36:11 Jl '6.-! 

Radio-television farm director, your public 
relations counsel. B. Davies. il Ag Ed Mag 
36:173-4 F ^64 

Securing faculty support. J. C. Atherton. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:147-8 D '63 

Students or sheep? C. West. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
65 S ^63 

Study the whole community; there is more 
than meets the eye. L. W. Drabick. bibliog 
Ag Ed Mag 35:253-4 Je '63 

Thirty-two years of vo ag at Shawnee mis- 
sion. H. Garver. Ag Ed Mag 36:18-19 Jl 
'63 

Using the press for better public relations. 
J. C. Atherton. Ag Ed Mag 36:177-8 F '64 
Seo also 

Agricultural mechanics 

Future farmers of America 

National center for advanced study and re- 
search in agricultural education, Ohio 

Young farmers associations 

Administration 

Five ways to a new era in adult farmer edu- 
cation. H. W, Deems. Ag Ed Mag 36:77-8 
O '63 

Flexibility in planning. D. C. Towne. il 
Ag Ed Mag 36:7-8 Jl ^63 

Adult 

Conference reports on the future of adult 
and young farmer education: Southwestern 
young and adult farmer and rancher edu- 
cation conference. A. Bjergo. Ag Ed Mag 
36:184 F ^64 

Evolving patterns of farm management 
teaching. L. W. Boucher and F. G. Mc- 
Cormick. Ag Ed Mag 36:53-4 S '63 

Farm business analysis can be taught. R. P. 
Marvin. Ag Ed Mag 36:57-8 S ^63 

Farm management education programs in 
Minnesota. E. J. O'ConneU. Ag Ed Mag 
36:66-7 S '63 

Farm management for whom? C. Scar- 
borough. Ag Ed Mag 36:54-5+ S '63 

Five ways to a new era in adult farmer edu- 
cation. H. W. Deems. Ag Ed Mag 36:77-8 
O '63 

He didn't know. J. C. Atherton. Ag Ed Mag 
36:75 O '63 

In our adult farmer program you start with 
a farm management core. A. G. Bullard. 
diag Ag Ed Mag 36:79-81 O '63 

Our young farmer enrollment has doubled. 
R. E. .James. Ag Ed Mag 36:92-3 O '63 

Packaged young farmer program. A. E. Mar- 
shall. Ag Ed Mag 36:82-3 O '63 

Profit is the goal of adult farmer teaching. 
M. J. Peterson, il Ag Ed Mag 36:182-4 F '64 

Ten ways to please adult farmers. R. L. 
Anderson. Ag Ed Mag 36:81-2 O '63 

Universita aerraria. R. MacGregor-Hastie. 
Univ Q 18:187-92 Mr '64 

Using a state directory of resource personnel 
for adult and young farmer education in 
Texas. E. L. Tiner. il Ag Ed Mag 36:136-7 
Ja '64 

Using full-time teachers for young and adult 
farmers. M. W. Cooper, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:114-16 N '63 

Vo-ag specialists spark Texas adult programs. 
B. Craig, il Ag Ed Mag 36:112-13 N '63 

Aims and objectives 

Agriculture education for a changing agri- 
culture: report. D. Dunnett. Am Voc J 39: 
19-20 F '64 

Appraisal of twenty-five purposes of voca- 
tional agriculture. J. K. Coster and others. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:212-14 Mr '64 

California considers new directions for agri- 
cultural education. E. M. Juergenson. Ag 
Ed Mag 35:256-7 Je '63 

Influence of science education felt in voca- 
tional agriculture. C. W. Anderson. Ag 
Ed Mag 35:268 Je '63 



16 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AGRICULTURAL, education — Aims and objec- 
tives — Continued , 

National center seminar outlmes new roles. 
R. E. Taylor. Ag Ed Mag 36:110-11 N ^63 

Pumpkins on oak trees. A. Floyd. As Ed 
Mat: 36:13 Jl '63 , , . . 

Re- planning high school programs m agri- 
cultural education. H. M. Byram. Ag Ed 
Mag 36:90-1 O "63 . , „ -c, tt..^ ^ 

Teachers must communicate. H. E. Edwards. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:171 F '64 .^ , , 

Teaching for occupational guidance in agri- 
culture. N. K. Hoover. Ag Ed Mag 36:226- 
7+ Ap "64 . , . ,, ,, 

Training doers in vocational agriculture. N. 
H. Clark. Ag Ed Mag 35:270 Je '63 
Curriculum 

Agricultural college and technical education. 
F. Snyder. Ag Ed Mag 36:105-6 N 63 

California considers new directions for agri- 
cultural education. E. M. Juergenson. Ag 
Ed Mag 35:256-7 Je '63 . ^, , , 

Canadian approach to training the farmer of 
tomorrow. E. H. Lange. il Am Voc J 39: 
16-17 Ap '64 

Exploring farm related occupations; three 
years experience with a three-phase pro- 
gram in Indiana. R. L. Sparrow, il Ag Ed 
Mag 36:228-9 Ap '64 . , 

New demands in agriculture; ornamental 
horticulture. W. J. Maynard. il Calif Ed 
1:23-4 Mr '64 

Non-farm agricultural occupations and cur- 
riculum planning. E. W. Courtney and J. 
K. Coster, bibliog Ag Ed Mag 36:32-4 Ag 
'63 . . , 

Ohio seniors given work experience in farm 
related occupations. R. Cunningham, il Ag 
Ed Mag 36:44-5 Ag '63 . , , 

Organizing the high school curriculiim around 
farm business management. G. R. Fuller, 
il Ag Ed Mag 36:60-1 S '63 

Re-planning high school programs in agricul- 
tural education. H. M. Byram. Ag Ed Mag 
36:90-1 O '63 , . , * ^ 

Science and farm mechanics for future 
teachers. C. E. Johnson, il Ag Ed Mag 36: 
198-9+ Mr '64 , ...-..••• 

Six types of supervised practice for Virginia 
high school students. E. G. Thompson. Ag 
Ed Mag 36:30-1 Ag '63 , . 

State plan aids in teaching_farm rnanage- 
ment. H. W. Green, il Ag Ed Mag 36:163-4 

Study of the influence of teaching integrated 
subjects in the first grade of secondary 
agricultural schools. E. G. Jungwirth. Int 
R Ed 9 no3:339-41 '63/64 

Teaching basic principles in science m the 
vocational agriculture curriculum. C. E. 
Richard. Ag Ed Mag 36:129-30 Ja '64 

Technical education in the agricultural edu- 
cation program. J. H. Blackmon and C. G. 
Dawson, il Ag Ed Mag 36:101-3 N '63 

Three curricula for training agricultural 
technicians at Modesto junior college. J. J. 
Halterman. il Ag Ed Mag 36:106-8 N '63 
See also 

Curriculum — Agricultural colleges 

Demonstrations 
There is a place for more science in voca- 
tional agriculture teaching. A. E. Starosta. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:3-4 Jl '63 

Enrollment 
Our young farmer enrollment has doubled. 
R. E. James. Ag Ed Mag 36:92-3 O '63 

Exhibits 
Parents enjoy an exhibit at the FFA banquet. 
C. G. Devin. Ag Ed Mag 36:20 Jl '63 

Federal aid 

Arguments for and against special funds for 

public school education in agriculture J. R. 

Warmbrod. Ag Ed Mag 36:9-10 Jl '63 ^ 
Public school education in agriculture, before 

and after federal aid. J. R. Warmbrod. Ag 

Ed Mag 35:262-3 Je '63 

Follow up 

Abilities and careers of Connecticut high 
school graduates in vocational agriculture 
1958-1960. W. H. Martin. Ag Ed Mag 35: 
266-7 Je '63 , . , , , ,. , 

Factors influencing high school vocational 
agriculture graduates' choices of occupa- 
tions. J. E. Bishop. Ag Ed Mag 36:19 Jl "63 

Occupations of former vocational agricultijre 
students in Alabama. H. W. Green. Ag Ed 
Mag 35:268-9 Je '63 

Graduate work 

Fellowships and assistantships available for 
graduate study in agricultural education. 
V. R. Cardozier. Ag Ed Mag 36:130-1 Ja '64 



Why don't vo-ag teachers get a master's 

degree? L. La Rue. Ag Ed Mag 36:160-1 

D '63 

Problem solving 
Is problem- solving instruction worth saving? 

R. H. ^Vilson. Ag Ed Mag 36:127-8 Ja '64 
Using problem solving in supervised farming. 

I. Parker and J. Hannemann. il Ag Ed Mag 

36:14-15 Jl "63 

Programmed teaching 
Programed learning in agricultural education. 
J. Hannemann. il Ag Ed Mag 36:5-6 Jl '63 

Projects 
At Okemos one in six take agriculture. R. 

Cook, il Ag Ed Mag 36:223-|- Ap '64 
Farm skills for prospective teachers. H. W. 

Gadda. il Ag Ed Mag 36:159-60 D '63 
Farming programs are basic to occupational 

experience in agriculture. D. C. Aebischer. 

il Ag Ed Mag 36:34+ Ag '63 
Farming programs or supervised practice 

programs? C. S. McLearen. Ag Ed Mag 

36:67 S '63 
$52,000 worth of credit for farming programs. 

M. J. Iverson. il Ag Ed Mag 36:39-40 Ag 

'63 
Is a test plot an asset to your department? 

H. J. McPheron. Ag Ed Mag 36:230 Ap '64 
Parents need to understand our goals. J. 

Harper. Ag Ed Mag 36:236 Ap '64 
Planning agricultural experiences. G. W. 

Wiegers. jr. Ag Ed Mag 36:27-8 Ag '63 
Procedures for providing on-farm instruction 

for in-school students. C. J. Hudson, jr. Ag 

Ed Mag 36:15+ Jl '63 
Promoting better supervised farming pro- 
grams. J. N. Auel. Ag Ed Mag 36:138-9 Ja 

'64 
Providing occupational experience for boys 

with limited opportunities. E. M. Juergen- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 36:40-1 Ag '63 
Providing supervised practice, school and 

community should share. T. R. Miller. Ag 

Ed Mag 36:45-6 Ag '63 
Six tips on developing farming programs. 

D. Nestingen. Ag Ed Mag 36:69 S '63 
Six types of supervised practice for Virginia 

high school students. E. G. Thompson. Ag 
Ed Mag 36:30-1 Ag '63 

Using problem solving in supervised farming. 
I. Parker and J. Hannemann. il Ag Ed Mag 
36:14-15 Jl '63 

Wmning entries in the exchange of ideas 
contest at the National vocational agricul- 
ture teachers convention (cont) Ag Ed Mag 
35:270 Je '63 

Records 
Record book daze, diagnosis and treatment. 
A. L. Utech. Ag Ed Mag 36:93-4 O '63 

Research 

Bibliography 
Studies in progress in agricultural education. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:83-9 O '63 

Short courses 
Vo-ag specialists spark Texas adult pro- 
grams. B. Craig, il Ag Ed Mag 36:112-13 N 
•63 

Subject matter 
Farm ownership studied in Iowa vo ag class. 

E. H. Frink. il Ag Ed Mag 35:259 Je '63 

Supervised practice 

See Agricultural education — Projects 

Teacher education 
See Agricultural teachers — Education 

Teachers 

See Agricultural teachers 

Teaching aids and devices 
Wisconsin teaching aids contest. Ag Ed Mag 
36:69 S '63 

Teaching methods 
Improving teaching practice. P. Hemp, il Ag 
Ed Mag 36:124-6 Ja '64 

Textbooks 
First agricultural textbook. T. K. Shotwell. 
il Ag Ed Mag 36:68 S '63 

Value 

Are high-school curricula meeting student 

needs? G C. Matzner and B. G. McClard. 

Ill Ed 51:382-4 My '63 
Both sides of the issue; the commumty 

changed. R. Franz: J. P. Bressler, Ag Ed 

Mag 36:42-3+ Ag '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



17 



AGRICULTURAL education — Value — Continued 
Importance of agriculture to today's Amer- 
ican youth. G. S Mclntyre. Teach Col J 
35:96-8 D '63 
Is vocational asriculture Kood college prep- 
aration? M. L. Welker. Ohio Sch 42:34-5 
F '64 
Need for vocational agricultural training. 

C. R. Owen. Ag Ed Mag 36:12-13 Jl '63 ^ 
Vocational agriculture as preparation for 

college. L. M. Thompson. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
221-2 Ap '64 

High schools 

Are we out-guidanced? J. K. Bailey. Ag Ed 
Mag 36:230 Ap '64 

Interest inventory test developed for pro- 
spective vo-ag students. R. W. Walker. Ag 
Ed Mag 36:235-6 Ap '64 

Vocational agriculture as preparation for 
college. L. M. Thompson. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
221-2 Ap '64 

Junior colleges 
Junior colleges pioneer in training agricul- 
tural technicians. S. S. Sutherland. 11 Ag 
Ed Mag 36:103-4 N '63 

Brazil 
Brazil expands agricultural education. Higher 
Ed 20:14 O '63 

California 

California considers new directions for agri- 
cultural education. E. M. Juergenson. Ag 
Ed Mag 35:256-7 Je '63 

New demands in agriculture. W. J. Maynard. 
il Calif Ed 1:23-4 Mr '64 

Canada 
Canadian approach to training the farmer of 
tomorrow. E. H. Lange. il Am Voc J 39: 

16-17 Ap '64 

Indiana 
Bill of rights aids Indiana administrators 
and Vo-Ag teachers. W. S. Weaver. Ag Ed 

Mag 36:185 F '64 

Italy 
Universita agraria. R. MacGregor-Hastie. 
Univ Q 18:187-92 Mr '64 

Latin America 
Agricultural education in Latin America and 
Its promise for the future. F del Rio. bib- 
liog f il Phi Delta Kappan 45:202-7 Ja '64 

Russia 
For better production training In rural 

schools. K. A. Ivanovich. Soviet Ed 5:38- 

43 O '63 

Texas 
Vo-ag specialists spark Texas adult pro- 
grams. B. Craig, il Ag Ed Mag 36:112-13 

N '63 
Who will do the public relations job? J Hol- 

comb and A. D. Ice il Ag Ed Mag 36:175-6 

F '64 

Virginia 
Procedures for providing on-farm instruction 

for in-school students. C. J. Hudson, jr. Ag 

Ed Mag 36:15-1- Jl '63 

Washington (state) 
Who wants to be stationed by the owl? J. H. 
Magisos. Ag Ed Mag 36:157-8 D '63 
AGRICULTURAL education associations 
See also 
Association of state universities and land- 
grant colleges 
National vocational agricultural teachers 
association 
AGRICULTURAL education departments. See 
High schools — Departments of agricultural 
education 
AGRICULTURAL education magazine 

Dr Earl T. Carpenter named research editor. 

Ag Ed Mag 36:239 Ap '64 
From former issues. See issues of Agricul- 
tural education magazine February 1963- 
Magazine reports a year of progress, il Ag 

Ed Mag 36:214-15 Mr '64 
Proposal and an opinion on changing the 
name of the Agricultural education maga- 
zme. J. T. Horner; M. G. Linson. Ag Ed 
Mag 35:258 Je '63 
AGRICULTURAL employment. See Farm labor 
AGRICULTURAL extension workers 

Guidance role in extension. E. Jones and 

D. B. Guinouard. bibliog Voc Guid Q 11:188- 
91 Spr '63 

Improving relationship.^ with county exten- 
sion agents. A. M. Omar. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
180-1 F '64 



AGRICULTURAL machinery 

Importance of agriculture to our nation. R. 

K. Doerk. Am Voc J 38:20-1 My '63 
Report on an integrated shop program set 

up to teach industrial methods. G. H. 

Campbell, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:24-5 

Je '63 
Unit operations for teaching farm machinery. 

R. P. Marvin. Ag Ed Mag 36:205-7 Mr '64 
When teachmg farm power, start with small 

engmes. J. P. Clouse and J. M. Ebbert. 

il Ag Ed Mag 36:1974- Mr '64 
See also 
Agricultural mechanics 

Maintenance and repair 
Teach them hard- surface welding. A. W, 
Hollander, il Ag Ed Mag 36:208-9 Mr '64 
AGRICULTURAL marketing. See Marketing 
AGRICULTURAL mechanics 
Curriculum 
Science and farm mechanics for future teach- 
ers. C.E. Johnson, il Ag Ed Mag 36:198- 
94- Mr '64 

Research 
Maryland farmers suggest farm mechanics 
Sl^F^S^'H.'?- ^- ^- Tugend. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
^10 Mr 64 

Projects 
Hay racks or hat racks? V. E. Christensen. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:207 Mr '64 

Teaching 
Agricultural mechanics; what now. C F 

Albrecht. Ag Ed Mag 36:195-6 Mr '64 
My students demonstrate their shop skills. 

J. L. Yates, il Ag Ed Mag 36:203 Mr '64 
Teach small engine repair to all age groups. 

A. Lingle. il Ag Ed Mag 36:92 O '63 
Teach them hard-surface weldin.g. A W 

Hollander, il Ag Ed Mag 36:208-9 Mr '64 

Teaching methods 
Unit operations for teaching farm machinery. 
R. P. Marvin. Ag Ed Mag 36:205-7 Mr '64 
AGRICULTURAL research 
More wealth from agriculture. W. P. Ratch- 
ford and N. E. Roberts, bibliog il diag J 
Chem Ed 40:556-8 O '63 ^ « ^ 

AGRICULTURAL rooms 
Equipping the modern Vo-ag department 
A. H. Hollenberg. il Am Voc J 39:16-18 Ja 
64 

AGRICULTURAL schools 

See also 
Graduates — ^Agricultural schools and colleges 

Israel 

Study of the influence of teaching integrated 
subjects in the first grade of secondary 
agricultural schools. E. G Jungwirth Int R 
Ed 9 no3:339-41 '63/64 
AGRICULTURAL students 

Abilities and careers of Connecticut high 
?Sl^o°°A.?''^?.V^tf^ yi vocational agriculture 
1958-1930. W. H. Martin. Ag Ed Mag 35: 
/DD-7 Je 63 

Broader concept of guidance is needed. J. 
H. Rodgers. Ag Ed Mag 36:233 Ap '64 

Do today's teenagers have less initiative? 
J. Havens. Ag Ed Mag 35:269 Je '63 

Factors inrtuencing the vocational choices of 
agriculture college freshmen. R. R. Bentley 
bibliog Ag Ed Mag 36:153-4 D '63 

Interest inventory test developed for pro- 
spective vo-ag students. R. W. Walker. Ag 
Ed Mag 36:235-6 Ap '64 vamei. ^s 

Occupational valu&s and anticipated occupa- 
tional frustration of agricultural college 
students. P. Glick, jr. bibliog Personnel 
& Guid J 42:674-9 Mr '64 

Occupations of former vocational agriculture 

Personal values of vocational agriculture 

students and their teachers. O. E. Thomp- 

son. Ag Ed Mag 36:234-5 Ap '64 
Students or sheep? C. West. Ag Ed Mag 

ob:bo ci b3 
Training doers in vocational agriculture. N. 

H. Clark. Ag Ed Mag 35:270 Je '63 
See also 
Student selection — ^Agricultural schools and 

colleges 
AGRICULTURAL teachers 
Both sides of the issn«; should I stay In 

teaching? J. Kusel; F. Foreman. Ag Ed 

Mag 35:260-1 Je '63 '>- • « ^^ 

Both sides of the issue; the community 

changed. R. Franz; J. P. Bressler. Ag Ed 

Mag 36:42-3-h Ag '63 



18 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AGRICULTURAL teachers — Continued 

Improving relationships with county extension 
agents. A. M. Omar. Ar Ed Mae 36:180-1 
P '64 

Making up your mind to teach. C. F. Archer. 
As Ed Mas 36:1584- D '63 ^ ^ 

Nebraska recognizeis teachers^of teachers; 
Proven sire awards. C. ,A. Cromor. il Ag 
Ed Mag 36:152+ D '63 . , . ,^ 

Personal values of vocational agriculture 
students and their teachers. O. E. Thomp- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 36:234-5 Ap '64 ^ ^ ,^ 

Using full-time teachers for young and adult 
farmers. M. "W. Cooper, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:114-16 N '63 

Duties 

Community and the man. M. J. Peterson. As 
Ed Mag 35:251 Je '63 

Guidance functions in promoting farm part- 
nerships. J. T. Horner and D. R. Sandy. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:231-2 Ap '64 . ^ -^ 

Improving counseling interviews. J. t. 
Thompson, il Ag Ed Mag 36:224-5 Ap '64 

Modern guidance role of the teacher of agri- 
culture. H. M. Byram. Ag Ed Mag 36:219 
Ap '64 

Problem method and nondirective guidance. 
H. Chase, il Ag Ed Mag 36:132-3 Ja '64 

Study the whole community; there is, more 
than meets the eye. L. W. Drabick. bibliog 
Ag Ed Mag 35:253-4 Je '63 

Using the press for better public relations. 
J. C. Atherton. Ag Ed Mag 36:177-8 F '64 

Who will do the public relations Job? J. Hol- 
comb and A. D. Ice. il Ag Ed Mag 36:175-6 
F '64 

Educatton 

Agricultural teacher education developments. 
C. R. Smith. J Teach Ed 15:77-80 Mr '64 

Farm skills for prospective teachers. H. W. 
Gadda. il Ag Ed Mag 36:159-60 D '63 

Graduate guidance courses for vo ag teachers. 
M. Ebbert. Ag Ed Mag 36:17-18 Jl '63 

Science and farm mechanics for future 
teachers. C. E. Johnson, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:198-9+ Mr '64 

Study of the participating experiences of stu- 
dent teachers of vocational agriculture. 
J H. Hutchinson. Ag Ed Mag 36:187-8 F 
'64 

Education in service 

In-service education in farm management. 
J. M. Campbell. Ag Ed Mag 36:55 S '63 

Michigan workshop studies nonfarm agricul- 
tural business. R. M. Clark, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:108-10 N '63 

Why don't vo-ag teachers get a master's 
degree? L. La Rue. Ag Ed Mag 36:160-1 
D '63 
AGRICULTURAL technicians 

Agricultural college and technical education. 
F. Snyder. Ag Ed Mag 36:105-6 N '63 

Junior colleges pioneer in training agricul- 
tural technicians. S. S. Sutherland. 11 Ag 
Ed Mag 36:103-4 N '63 

Technical education in the agricultural edu- 
cation program. J. H. Blackmon and C. G. 
Dawson, il Ag Ed Mag 36:101-3 N '63 

Three curricula for training agricultural tech- 
nicians at Modesto junior college. J. J. 
Halterman. il Ag Ed Mag 35:106-8 N '63 
AGRICULTURE 

Students or sheep? C. West. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
65 S '63 
See also 

Farms 

Correlation with other subjects 
Agri-business project; pilot project in Penn- 
sylvania. J. T. Weyant. Am Voc J 38:24-5 
D '63 
Teaching basic principles in science In the 
vocational agriculture curriculum. C. E. 
Richard. Ag Ed Mag 36:129-30 Ja '64 
There is a place for more science in voca- 
tional agriculture teaching. A. E. Starosta. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:3-4 Jl '63 

Economic aspects 

Agri-business project; pilot project in Penn- 
sylvania. J. T. Weyant. Am Voc J 38:24-5 
D '63 

Consumer-labor interests in food and agri- 
cultural trade. E. Poyner. J Home Econ 
56:251-2 Ap '64 

Importance of agriculture to our nation. 
R. K Doerk. Am Voc J 38:20-1 My '63 

Importance of agriculture to today's American 
youth. G. S. Mclntyre. Teach Col J 35:96-8 
D '63 



Problem approach: an effective tool for eco- 
nomic education. L. Senesh. Grade Teach 
81:26+ Ap '64 
See also 

Agricultural economics 

Land utilization 

Periodicals 

See also 
Agricultural education magazine 

Research 

See Agricultural research 

Teaching 

See Agricultural education 

California 
Youth: an answer to California in its need 
for seasonal workers. G. P. Couper. CaUf 
Ed 1:13-14 O '63 

Malta 
Agricultural landscapes of the „Maltese„„ is- 
lands. B. S. Young il map J Geog 63:23-32 
Ja '64 

Southeastern states 
Hairy indigo in the Southeast. B. G. Vander- 
hill. il maps J Geog 63:149-55 Ap '64 

United States 

Importance of agriculture to our nation. 
R. K. Doerk. Am Voc J 38:20-1 My '63 

Importance of agriculture to today's American 
youth. G S. Mclntyre. Teach Col J 35:96-8 
D '63 
AGRICULTURE, Cooperative 

Experiment in cooperative agriculture: the 

rice communities of the Po River delta. D. 

L. Wheeler, bibliog f il map J Geog 62:310- 

16 O '63 

AGRICULTURE, Vocational. See Agricultural 

education 
AGRICULTURE as a profession 

Achievement orientations and career patterns 
of rural youth. G. H. Elder, jr. bibliog £ 
Sociol of Ed 37:30-58 Fall '63 

Agricultural occupations, a course for seniors. 
L. D. Lawrence. Ag Ed Mag 36:140 Ja '64 

Both sides of the issue; should I stay in 
teaching? J. Kusel; F. Foreman. Ag Ed Mag 
35:260-1 Je '63 ., . ^ ., ., 

Broader concept of guidance is needed. J. 
H. Rodgers. Ag Ed Mag 36:233 Ap '64 

Exploring farm related occupations; three 
years experience with a three-phase pro- 
gram in Indiana. R. L. Sparrow, il Ag Ed 
Mag 36:228-9 Ap '64 

Factors influencing the vocational choices of 
agriculture college freshmen. R. R. 
Bentley. bibliog Ag Ed Mag 36:153-4 D '63 

Fifteen years experience in teaching for agri- 
cultural careers in North Carolina. J. W. 
Allison. Ag Ed Mag 36:20 Jl '63 _ , , 

Making up your mind to teach. C. F. Archer. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:158+ D '63 

Modern guidance role of the teacher of 
agriculture. H. M. Byram. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
219 Ap '64 

Non-farm agricultural occupations and cur- 
riculum planning. E. W. Courtney and J. 
K. Coster, bibliog Ag Ed Mag 36:32-4 Ag 
'63 . ^ 

Ohio seniors given work experience in farm 
related occupations. R. Cunningham, il Ag 
Ed Mag 36:44-5 Ag '63 

Our graduates operate dairy farms. R. L. 
Mitchell, il Ag Ed Mag 36:29-30 Ag "63 

Recruitment responsibilities. R. E. Bender, 
il Ag Ed Mag 36:150-2 D '63 

Slide and tape presentation of agricultural 
careers in an Iowa community. A. Cubit, il 
Ag Ed Mag 35:255-6 Je '63 

Study of the influence of teaching Integrated 
subjects in the first grade of secondary 
agricultural schools E. G. Jungwirth. Int R 
ETd 9 no3:339-41 '63/64 

Teaching farm related occupations in Mary- 
land. W. L. Harris, il Ag Ed Mag 36:16-17 
Jl '63 

Teaching for occupational guidance in agri- 
culture. N. K. Hoover. Ag Ed Mag 36:226- 
7+ Ap '64 

Three farms for every vo ag graduate. J. T. 
Horner and D. Benson. Ag Ed Mag 36:62- 
3 S '63 
AGRIPPA, Marcus Vipsanius 

Plinv's ideal Roman. M. A. T. Burns. Class 
J "59:253-8 Mr '64 
AID to dependent children program. See Child 

welfare — United States 
AIDES, Teachers. See Teachers aides 
AIDS In teaching. See Audio-visual aids; 
Teaching — Aids and devices 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



19 



AIKEN. Charles 

New school honors music educators. C. L. 

Gary, il por Mus Educators J 50:88 S '63 

AIKEN. Louis 

New school honors music educators. C. L. 

Gary. 11 por Mus Educators J 50:88 S '63 

AIKEN. Walter 

New school honors music educators. C. L. 

Gary, il por Mus Educators J 50:88 S '63 

AIMS of education. See Education — Aims and 

objectives 
AINSWORTH test of security in personal 
adjustment. See Security and Insecurity 
(psycholoffy) — Tests and scales 
AIR 
Burning candle experiment. J. Glanz. diags 
Sci Teach 30:29-31 N '63 
AIR brush work. See Airbrush work 
AIR conditioning 

AchievinfT thermal comfort in educational 
buildings. L. Slote. Am Sch & Univ 34 :C 
1-C4 '62 
Mvths and facts about ventilation. "W. M. 
Peiia and J. B. Thomas. Am Sch & Univ 
35:41-4 '63 
New school heating-air-conditionins ap- 
proach, il plans Am Sch Bd J 146:31-2 Je 
'63 
Systems that circulate air. Am Sch & Univ 

36:36 F '64 
Systems that cool the air. Am Sch & Univ 

36:36-7 F '64 
Trends in air conditioning for schools and 
colleges. M. J. Wilson. Am Sch & Univ 
34:C3-C 12 '62 
AIR cushion vehicles. See Ground effect ma- 
chines 
AIR force bands. See Bands (music) 
AIR force reserve officers training corps. See 
United States — Reserve officers training 
corps 
AIR pilots 

Good musicians make good pilots. P. L. 
Long, il Sch Musician 35:54-5+ Ap '64 
AIR pollution 

Suggestions for teaching about air pollution. 
A. B. Carr. Sch Sci & Math 64:229-35 Mr 
'64 
AIR pressure. See Pressure 
AIR raid shelters 
See also 
Atoinic bomb shelters 
AIRBRUSH work 
Use of the air brush in drafting. S. William- 
son, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:50 S '63 
AIRCARS. See Ground effect machines 
AIRPLANES, Experimental 
X-15 and me. R. M. White. Am Assn Sch 
Adm Official Report 1963:162-70 
AIRSPACE (international law) See Space law 
AKERS. Howard E. 
Howard B. Akers. por Sch Musician 35:24 
Ag '63 
AKRON, Ohio 

Public schools 
Science facilities: a planetarium your dis- 
trict can afford; portable planetarium, il 
Sch Mgt 7:70-1 Je '63 
AKRON. University, Ohio 

Closed-circuit television: one answer C. V. 

Blair, il Am Sch Bd J 148:53-4 F '64 
Teach yourself French. Higher Ed 20:12 
O '63 
ALABAMA 

See also 
Reformatories — Alabama 
ALABAMA. Livingston state college 

Evaluation as an integral part of a summer 
science program for talented high school 
students. M. C. Lyon. Sci Ed 47:377-82 O 
'63 
ALAMOSA, Colorado 

High school 
Alamosa plan for athletics. J. H. Suehr. Sch 
Activities 35:45-8 O '63 
ALARC6N, Pedro Antonio de 
Distinction of structure In A]arc<5n's El 
sombrero de tres picoa and El capitdn 
Veneno. R. W. Winslow. bibliog Hispania 
46:715-21 D '63 

AL-AZHAR university, Cairo. See Azhar uni- 
versity 
ALBANIA 

See also 
Education — Albania 
ALBANY, Georgia 

Mamie Brosnan school 
What is news to fourth- graders. I. McLen- 
don. 11 Instr 73:97 Ja '64 



ALBANY medical college. See Union college 
and university — Medical college 

ALBEE, Edward 
Fun and games of Edward Albee. A. Lewis. 
Ed Theatre J 16:29-39 Mr '64 

ALBERTA teachers association. See Teachers 
associations — Canada 

ALBERTA. University, Edmonton, Canada 
Some problems of English and Canadian edu- 
cation. N. V. Scarfe. Can Ed Res Digest 
3:235-50 D '63 

ALBION, New York 

Central high school 
Marching bands. New York state. 1963 M. 
Sherman, il Sch Musician 34:42-34- Ja '63 
AL-BIRUNI. Abu al Raihan. See BirOnl 
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico 

Hayes Junior high-Embudo school 
Hayes junior high-Embudo elementary 
school. C. R. Spain and L. G. Hesselden. 
il plans Am Sch Bd J 148:13-16 Ja '64 

Hodgin school 
Continuous exercise course. L B. Saavedra. 
il J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:69 Ja '64 
ALCALA GALIANO, Antonio 

Antonio Alcal4 Galiano y la Fontana de oro. 
C. G. Barr6n. Hispania 47:91-4 Mr '64 
ALCOHOL 

Physiological effect 
Teenage drinking and driving. T. K. Flaum. 
il Safety Bd 43:2-5 My '64 
ALCOHOL education 

Alcohol. R. D. Russell. NBA J 53:66-7 Mr '64 
ALCOHOLISM 

Differentiation in alcoholic women. S. A. 
Karp and others, bibliog J Personal 31:386-93 
S '63 
Highball or oddball? R. J. Stine. Adult Lead 
12:116-17 O '63 
ALDRIDGE, Ira Frederick 

Taras Shevchenko and Ira Aldridge; the 
story of friendship between the great 
Ukrainian poet and the great Negro tra- 
gedian. D. M. Corbett. J Negro Ed 33:143- 
50 Spr '64 
ALEXANDER Graham Bell association for the 
deaf 
Association's 1964 summer meeting to be 
held in Salt Lake City, Utah, il Volta R 
66:17-18 Ja '64 
Northwest regional meeting; Portland. Ore, 
Oct. 4-5. 1963. Volta R 65:347-8, 455. S, 
N '63 

Adult deaf section 

Marsters gift establislies memorial fund to 
aid oral deaf adult section, il Volta R 65: 
578 D '63 

New adult deaf section: a statement of ob- 
jectives, purposes and organization. A. B. 
Simon. A^olta R 66:217-18 Ap '64 

Proposed adult deaf section. H. L. Breunig. 
Volta R 65:292-3 Je '63 

Parents section 
Parents' section. See issues of Volta review 
ALEXANDER Graham Bell award 
A. G. Bell award dinner, il Volta R 65:188 

Ap '63 
Alexander Graham Bell award, 1964. Volta R 

66:116 Mr '64 
Alexander Graham Bell honors citation, 1964. 

Volta R 66:117 Mr '64 
Nominations for candidates for 1964. Volta R 

65:454 N '63 
ALEXANDER Meiklejohn award 

Sixth Alexander Meiklejohn award; H. L. 

Bowden. AA.UP Bui 49:136-7 Je '63 
ALGAE 
Closing an ecological system consisting of a 

mammal, algae, and non-photosynthetic 

microorganisms. C. G. Golueke and W. J. 

Oswald, il diag Am Biol Teach 25:522-8 

N '63 
Continuous culture of algae under high light 

intensity. R. O. Matthern and R. B. Koch. 

bibliog il diags Am Biol Teach 25:502-11 

N '63 
Laboratory exercise on the green algae. 

R. W. Hoshaw. Am Biol Teach 26:107-11 F 

'64 
Living algae in the classroom. R. C. Starr. 

Am Biol Teach 26:112-13 F '64 
Use of algae and other plants in the develop- 
ment of life support systems. C. H. Ward 

and others. bibUog il Am Biol Teach 25:512- 

21 N '63 



20 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ALGEBRA , ^ , . , j. 

Some axioms for teachmg real exponents. 
O. E. Falbo. Math Teach 57:212-14 Ap '64 
See also 
Equations 

Factors and factormg 
Matrices 

Numbers. Theory of 
Permutations 

Achievements, Student 
Two-year study of eishth-grade algebra I. 
W J Hegstrom and D. E. Riffle. Math 
Teach 56:419-23 O '63 

Bibliography 

Annotated bibliography of articles in period- 
icals; algebra. Nat Council Teach Math 
Yrblt 28:221-5 '63 

Problem solving 
Importance of elementary operations. Brother 

U. Alfred. Math Teach 56:614-19 D '63 
Teaching the quadratic equation m mter- 

mediate algebra. A. Vavoulis. Sch Sci & 

Math 63:753-4 D '63 
Techniques of solving rational equations. F. 

T. Kocher and R. T. Heimer. bibliog Math 

Teach 56:486-9 N '63 
See also 
Iteration, Method of 

Problems, exercises, etc. 

Integers modulo 3. C. F. Brumflel. Nat 
Council Teach Math Yrbk 28:27-33 '63 

Random walks. J. G. Kemeny. bibliog Nat 
Council Teach Math Yrbk 28:285-300 '63 

Prognosis of success 
Prediction of proficiency in a modern and 
traditional course in beginning algebra. H. 
G. Osburn and R. S. Melton, bibliog Ed 
& Psychol M 23:277-87 Sum '63 

Programmed teaching 
Comparison of four techniques of program- 
ming algebra. P. T. Hountras and F P. 
Belcastro. bibliog Sci Ed 47:388-93 O '63 

Teaching 

Colleges and universities 
Experiment in the teaching of college al- 
gebra. R. A. Dobyns. Math Teach 57:86- 
8 F '64 , , 

Elementary schools 

Algebraic approaches to developmental work 
with the operations. E. Deans. Arith Teach 
11:266-9 Ap '64 

Junior high schools 
Two-year study of eighth-grade algebra I. 
W. J. Hegstrom and D. E. Rlflie. Math 
Teach 56:419-23 O '63 

Teaching methods 
Evaluation 
Experiment in the teaching of college al- 
gebra. R. A. Dobyns. Math Teach 57:86-8 
F '64 
Instructional television and student attitudes 
toward teacher, course, and medium. B. H. 
Westley and H. K. Jacobson. bibliog Av 
Comm R 11:47-60 My '63 
Preliminary evaluation of SMSG instruction 
in arithmetic and algebra for seventh, 
eighth, and ninth grade pupils. R. N. 
Cassel and M. Jerman. bibliog Calif J Ed 
Res 14:202-7 N '63; Reply with re.ioinder. 
H. A. Bowman. 15:52-5 Mr '64 
ALGEBRAIC fields. See Fields. Algebraic 
ALGERIA 

See also 
Education — Algeria 
ALGORISM , „ 

Algorism is born. L. E. DriscoU. Arith Teach 

11:93 F '64 
Rationale for duplation-mediatlon multiply- 
ing. B. E. Adkins. Arith Teach 11:251-3 
Ap '64 
Study of teaching division through the use of 
two algorisms. I^. Scott, bibliog Sch Sci & 
Math 63:739-52 D '63 
ALHAMBRA, California 

Public schools 
Educational defenses against quackery. F. V. 

Hein. J Sch Health 34:97-105 Mr '64 
Noon-duty assistant program. R. F. Valdez. 

NEA J 53:63 Ap '64 



ALIQUIPPA, Pennsylvania 

Hopewell -Independence- 
Raccoon high school 
School library nmst have books. J. P. Milano- 
vich. il Am Sch Bd J 148:79 Ap "64 
ALKALI metals 

Alkali metal-water reactions. M. M. Marko- 
witz. bibliog il J Chem Ed 40:633-6 D '63 
ALKYLATION 
Friedel-Crafts alkylation of benzene; a first 
year organic laboratory experiment. H. C. 
Dunathan. J Chem Ed 41:278-9 My '64 
ALL year schools. See School year — Length 
ALLEGORY 

Four masters: an allegory. M. LaPray. Read 

Teach 17:8-9 S '63 , „ 

Lord of the flies: Beelzebub revisited. B. 

Oldsey and S. Weintraub. bibliog f Col Engl 

25:90-9 N '63 

Loist magic of communication; an allegory. 

R. Mehling. J Comm 13:215-16 D '63 
Pearl : realism and allegory. H. Morris. Engl J 
52:487-95+ O '63 
ALLEN, Dana W. 
Dana W. Allen heads literacy commission, 
por Adult Lead 12:209+ Ja '64 
ALLERGY 

See also 
Hay fever 
ALLIANCE for progress 
Alliance education programs for Costa Rica. 

Higher Ed 19:12 My '63 
Alliance for progress. Higher Ed 20:18 S; 

14 O '63 
Education and Latin America. Overseas 3:29 

O '63 
Expanding Alliance programs in education. 

Higher Ed 19:11 My '63 
Making democracy work in Latin America. 

P. M. Holt, il Overseas 3:4-8 Ja '64 
OAS and education. J. Marin. Teach Col Rec 

65:11-16 O '63 
School lunch, Latin American style; Opera- 
tion ninos. il Mich Ed J 41:44-5 My '64 
U.S. and Venezuela continue education pro- 
gram. Higher Ed 19:12 My '63 
U.S. technical assistance to Latin American 
education. H. B. Leavitt. Phi Delta Kappan 
45:220-5 Ja '64 
ALLOCATION of places. See Student selection 

— Great Britain 
ALLPORT-Vernon-Lindzey study of values. 

See Study of values test 
ALPENA, Michigan 

High school 
To develop appreciation of education, Alpena 
schools teach about Alpena schools. R. H. 
Wilson, il Nations Sch 71:62-3+ Ap '63 
ALPENA community college, Michigan 
Besser technical school. R. M. Sandell. 11 
plan Am Sch Bd J 148:25-7 Mr '64 
ALPHABET 
Amerikan fonetik alfabet; as revizd ble N. 

W. Tune. Mich Ed J 41:26 O '63 
Fas'^ination of phonics. J. F. Travers. bib- 
liog f Ed 84:19-22 S '63 
Interested in a new alfabet? il Mich Ed J 

41:27 O '63 
Learning to read; Initial teaching alphabet. 
J. Downing. Times Ed Sup 2548-725 Mr 
20 '64 
Learning to read ITA style. A. M. Todd. 

Pa Sch J 112:222-4+ Ja "64 
New alphabet helps beginning readers; Initial 
teaching alphabet. J. Downing, il Cath 
Sch J 63:46-8 S '63 
Teaching reading with I.T.A. in Britain. J. 
Downing. Phi Delta Kappan 45:322-9 Ap 
'64 
"Visual discrimination of alphabet letters. 
H. M. Popp. bibliog Read Teach 17:221-6 
Ja '64 
Wuns upon a tiem; Initial teaching alpha- 
bet, il Wilson Lib Bui 38:109 O '63 
ALPINE, New Jersey 

Alpine school 
Alpine elementary school, il plan Am Sch 
Bd J 147:15-17 D '63 
ALTERNATIVE expressions test. See Tech- 
nical writing — Tests and scales 
ALUMINUM foil sculpture. See Paper sculp- 
ture 
ALUMINUM work 

Projects 
Cast hacksaw frame. A. K. Zink. il diags 

Ind Arts <fe Voc Ed 53:36 Ja '64 
Sectional gaff hook. J. R. Nelson. 11 dlags 
Ind Arts & Voc Bd 52:30 O '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



21 



ALUMNI. See Colleges and universities — 

Alumni 
ALUMNI associations 
International alumni groups. B. Duge. 11 

Overseas 3:9-11 D '63 
Is he one of our alums? R. J. Moser. Jun 

Col J 34:28-31 F '64 
ALUMNI funds 
Is alma mater on their gift list? W. R. Long. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 59:19-23 My '63 
ALVIN. Laurence 
Obituary 

Ed Theatre J 15:317 D '63 
AMADO, Jorge ^ 

Poetrv and progress in Jorge Amado's Ga- 

briela, cravo e canela. R. A. Mazzara. His- 

pania 46:551-6 S '63 
AMARILLO, Texas 

Public schools 
Lesson in American business; student loan 

company. J. G. Miller, il Tex Outl 48:16-17 

My '64 
With college in mind. Amarillo redesigned its 

math curriculum. E. M. Savage and D. M. 

Teague. Tex Outl 48:20-7 Ja '64 
AMATEUR musicians. See Musicians, Amateur 
AMATEUR radio operators. See Radio oper- 
ators. Amateur 
AMATEUR theater. See Theater. Amateur 
AMATEURISM In sports. See Professionalism 

in sports 
AMBIGUITY 

Model of item ambiguity in personality 

assessment. L. R. Goldberg, bibliog Ed 

& Psychol M 23:467-92 Autumn '63 
Perceptual set in young children (cont) H. 

W. Reese, bibliog Child Develop 34:451-4 

Je '63 
Suprasegmentals and the performance of 

poetry. S. R. Levin; reply. R. A. Hopkins. 

Q J Speech 49:446-7 D '63 
AMBIGUITY in literature 
Ambiguity of the Anouilh Medea. C. R. 

Lyons, bibliog f French R 37:312-19 Ja 

'64 
Dramatic method of James Bridie. H. L. 

Luyben. bibUog f Ed Theatre J 15:332-42 

D '63 
AMEBIASIS. See Dysentery 
AMENDMENTS, Constitutional. See United 

States — Constitution — Amendments 
AMERICAN artists. See Artists, American 
AMERICAN association for adult education. 

See Adult education association of the 

United States of America 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 

education and recreation 
AAHPER scholarships, 1964. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 35:6 Ja '64 
Appeal to the membership. B. W. Miller. J 

Health Phys Ed Rec 35:28 Ap '64 
Board of directors and staff, 1963-64. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 34:33 O '63 
Board of directors, 1963-64; portraits. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 34:36 O '63 
Committees. 1963-64. J Health Phys Ed Rec 

34:38-42 O '63 
District officers, 1963-64. map J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 34:37 O '63 
Division and section officers, 1963-64. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 34:34-6 O '63 
National directors for student services, 1963- 

64. J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:46 O '63 
New dimensions for progress. B. W. Miller. 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:18-22 N '63 
1963-64 roster of AAHPER officers and com- 
mittees, il map J Health Phys Ed Rec 34: 

33-48 O '63 
Now I truly know. A. Aldrich. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 34:22 Je '63 
Plans and progress. B. W. Miller. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 34:20-3-1- S '63 
Professional service in the Peace corps, il J 

Health Phys Ed Rec 34:12-f My '63 
Publications directors; membership directors, 

1963-64. J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:47 O '63 
Role of elected officials and headquarters 

staff. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:23-5 Ja 

'64 
Service to AAHPER members. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 35:10 Ja '64 
State association pre.9idents- elect hold con- 
ference at AAHPER headquarters; ninth 

annual conference, il J Health Phys Ed 

Rec 34:85 S '63 
State association presidents; portraits. 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:43-5 O '63 
State directors of health, physical education, 

recreation, 1963-64. J Health Phys Ed Rec 

34:48 O '63 



Tour district convention, 1964. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 35:26-7-1- Ja '64 
See also 
National conference on leader.ship for leisure 
Society of state directors of health, physical 

education, and recreation 

Meetings, 1963 
Convention story, Minneapolis, May 3-7, 1963. 
il J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:13-56 Je '63 

Meetings, 1964 
AAHPER national convention Washington, 
D.C, May 8-12, 1964. il J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 35:36-44-1- Mr '64 

Committee on aging 
Our responsibilities to senior citizens; report. 
H. T. Hucklebridge. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 35:38+ Ap '64 

Council of city and county 
directors and supervisors 

See also 
National conference of city and county 
directors and supervisors of health, phys- 
ical education, and recreation 

Division for girls and womens sports 
Statement of policies for competition in girls 
and women's sports. J Health Phys Ed Rec 
34:31-3 S '63 
See also 
American association for health, physical 
education, and recreation — National girls 
athletic association project 
National institute on girls sports 

Division of health education 
Institutions offering undergraduate and grad- 
uate programs of specialization in health 
education; prepared as a project of the 
Teacher education commission. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:28-32-f- N '63 
News from the Health education division. W. 
Cushman. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:74-5 Ja 
'64 

Division of safety education 

Safety component in education. O. N. Hunter. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:18 My '63 

National girls athletic association 
project 
Serving the girls of the Nation. B. Spray- 
berry. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:25 Ap 
'64 

National section on dance 
Probationary period challenges dance educa- 
tors. M. Fee. J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:67- 
9 S '63 

Peace corps projects 

Creating an image of the profession abroad. 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:31-2-1- Mr '64 
Majors to the corps. R. A. Ciszek. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 35:77-8 Ap '64 

Professional preparation implementation 
committee 
Professional preparation. G. Drew. See issues 
of Journal of health, physical education, 
recreation January 1964- 

Research council 
Research abstracts committee 
Research abstracts. See issues of American 
association for health, physical education, 
and recreation. Research quarterly 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Central section) 
Central district, AAHPER convention. Des 
Moines. Iowa, April 2-4. 1964. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 35:444- F '64 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Midwest section) 
Midwest district, AAHPER convention, De- 
troit. April 10-13, 1964. il J Health Phys 
Ed Rec 35:42-3 F '64 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Northwest sec- 
tion) 
Northwe.st district AAHPER convention, Spo- 
kane. Wash, March 7-9, 1964; program. J 
Health Phys Ed Rec 35:32-3 Ja '64 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Southern sec- 
Southern district AAHPER convention, Jack- 
sonville, Fla, Feb. 28-March 2, 1964; pro- 
gram. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:33-4-1- Ja 
'64 



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AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Southwest sec- 
Southwest district AAHPER convention, 
Honolulu, June 10-14, 1964. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 35:42-3 Ap '64 
AMERICAN association of colleges for teach- 
er education •, .• r^ <-. ,~.-i 

Basic issues in teacher education. K. C. Gil- 
man. Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 16:50- 
6 '63 . ^ „ , . . 

International orientation for college adminis- 
trators. L,. J. Stiles. Sch & Soc 91:356-8 N 
16 '63 , , ^ 

International understanding and teacher edu- 
cation. H. K. Barker. Nat Comm Teach Ed 
Prof Stand Official Report 1963:488-93 

Looking at the association. C. W. Friedman. 
Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 16:57-64 '63 

NCATB relationships. C. Travelstead. Am 
Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 16:65-6 'C.3 

Sixteenth yearbook, annual meeting, Chicago, 
1963; Strength through reappraisal. 257p 
pa $3 '63 The assn. 

Statement of the theme; Strength throi^h 
reappraisal. J. W. Maucker. Am Assn Col 
Teach Ed Yrbk 16:1-12 '63 ^,^ ^ -n. 

Teachers teach as they are taught. R. B- 
Lawrence, il Av Instr 8:417-18 Je '63 
AMERICAN association o1 collegiate registrars 
and admissions officers 

You can take it with you. G. C. Wilson. Col 
& Univ 38:399-409 Sum '63 
AMERICAN association of Junior colleges 

AAJC approach; the circle widens. E. J. 
Gleazer, jr. Jun Col J 34:3 Ap 64 

Annual J.C.L.P. meeting. J. R. Barnet. Jun 
Col J 34:32 F '64 

Association development program, 1960-68. 
B. J. Gleazer, jr. Jun Col J 34:2-3 Mr 64 

New student personnel project. M. R. Raines. 
Jun Col J 34:32-3 D '63 

Publications program. E. J. Gleazer. Jr. Jun 
Col J 34:2 D '63 „ ^ . ^ ,., 

Three cliches; junior colleges are being callea 
upon to make good their long-standing 
claims. D. E. Deyo. Jun Col J 34:6-7 S '63 

Meetings, 1964 
AAJC approach; 1964 convention, Miami 
Beach, Fla, March 30-April 2. E. J. Gleazer, 
jr. Jun Col J 34:3 N '63 

Commission on administration 
Commission on administration. D. Wimpress. 
Jun Col J 34:31-2 S '63 , ,, 

Concerning a leadership program. A. M. 
Weinreis. Ed 83:560-3 My '63 

Commission on Instruction 
Commission on instruction. L. L. Bethel. 
Jun Col J 34:30 Mr '64 

Curriculum commission 
Curriculum commission. W. G. Dwj^er. Jun 
Col J 34:30 N '63 

Student personnel commission 

Student personnel commission. H. J. Shef- 
field. Jun Col J 34:36 Ap '64 
AMERICAN association of land-grant colleges 
and state universities. See Association of 
state universities and land-grant colleges 
AMERICAN association of school administra- 
tors „, .^ _ , . 

Ad astra per conventions, vv. D. Cocking. 
Am Sch & Univ 36:69 F "64 

A.A.S.A. is 100 years old; what s next for 
schoolmen? A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 73:28+ 
Ja '64 

Annual report of the executive secretary. S. 
E. Engleman. Am Assn Sch Adm Official 
Report 1963:5-16 

Honored history in support of music educa- 
tion. Mus Educators J 50:42 Ja '64 

Your AASA in 1962-63; official report, includ- 
ing a record of the annual meeting and 
■work conference on School administration 
keeps pace with space, Atlantic City. Feb. 
16-20, 1963. 224p il pa $3 '63 The assn. 
.See also 

Educational policies commission 

Meetings, 1964 

AASA: candid jottings from the editors' 
notebooks. Am Sch & Univ 36:40-1 Mr '64 

AASA in 1964. Am Sch Bd J 148:24 Ap '64 

American association of school administra- 
tors; 100th convention. Ky Sch J 42:66-8 
Mr '64 

Are local school boards on the way out? cen- 
tennial convention, Atlantic City, Feb. 15- 
19, 1964. E. Exton. Am Sch Bd J 148:19-204- 
Ap '64 



Keppel tells schoolmen: don't be complacent, 
nor so defensive, il Nations Sch 73:103-8 
Mr '64 , ,„^, 

PCPF and AAHPER join forces at the 1964 
AASA convention, il J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 35:35 Ap '64 

Professional problems dominate AASA con- 
vention, il Pa Sch J 112:380-1 Ap '64 

What to watch for at this month's A.A.S.A. 

convention. Nations Sch 73:824- F '64 

AMERICAN association of teachers colleges. 

See American association of colleges for 

teacher education 

AMERICAN association of teachers of German 

Membership issue, September 1, 1963. Ger- 
man Q 36:327-87 S '63 
AMERICAN association of teachers of Span- 
ish and Portuguese 

Chapter news; ed. by J. C. Herman. See Is- 
sues of Hispania 

Meetings, 1963 

Forty- fifth annual meeting. Hispania 47:3- 
16 Mr '64 

Program of the 1963 annual meeting, Chi- 
cago, Dec. 28-30. Hispania 46:792-3 D '63 
AMERICAN association of university professors 

Academic freedom and tenure: 1940 statement 
of principles. AAUP Bui 49:192-3 Je '63 

Association letters in the case of Profes- 
sor Frederick C. Barghoom. AAUP Bui 49: 
372-3 D '63 

Censured administrations. See issues of 
AAUP bulletin . .„„ -r. , 

Committees of the association. AAUP Bui 
49:270-4 S '63 

Record of council meeting; San Francisco, 
April 25 and April 28, 1963. AAUP Bui 49: 
264-9 S '63 

Record of council meeting, Washington, D.C, 
Oct. 25-26. 1963. AAUP Eul 50:65-8 Mr '64 

Statement on recruitment and resignation of 
faculty members. AAUP Bui 49:374-5 D '63 
See also 

Alexander Meiklejohn award 

Joint committee of the American association 
of university professors and the Associa- 
tion of American colleges 

Meetings, 1963 
Fortv-ninth annual meeting; San Francisco, 
April 26-27, 1963. AAUP Bui 49:188-91 Je 
'63 

Meetings, 1964 
Fiftieth annual meeting. AAUP Bui 50:63-4 
Mr '64 

Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure 

Academic freedom and tenure: Arkansas 
agricultural, mechanical, and normal col- 
lege. AAUP Bui 50:36-43 Mr '64 

Academic freedom and tenure; Mercy college. 
AAUP Bui 49:245-52 S '63 

Academic freedom and tenure: the College 
of the Ozarks. AAUP Bui 49:352-9 D '63 

Academic freedom and tenure: the Univer- 
sity of Arizona. AAUP Bui 49:336-43 D '63 

Academic freedom and tenure: the Univer- 
sity of South Florida. AAUP Bui 50:44-57 
Mr '64 

Academic freedom and tenure: University of 
Arkansas. AAUP Bui 49:344-51 D '63 

Developments relating to censure by the 
association. W. P. Fidler. AAUP Bui 50: 
58-61 Mr '64 

Report of committee A. 1962-1963. D. Fell- 
man. AAUP Bui 49:125-35 Je '63 

Committee on college and 
university government 

Faculty participation in college and univer- 
sity government; statement of principles. 
AAUP Bui 49:253-9 S '63 

Tulane university: faculty participation In 
the government of the university. R. P, 
Adams. AAUP Bui 49:221-5 S '63 

University of California at Berkeley: faculty 
participation in the government of the uni- 
versity. L. W. Eley. AAUP Bui 50:5-13 Mr 
•64 

University of Pennsylvania; faculty partici- 
pation in the government of the university. 
G. R. Morrow. AAUP Bui 49:114-22 Je '63 

Committee on the economic 
status of the profession 
Economic status of the profession. 1962-63: 
annual report by committee Z. W. J. 
Baumol. AAUP Bui 49:138-40 Je '63 
Economic statvis of the profession. 1962-63: 
report on the self-grading compensation 
survey. AAUP Bui 49:141-87 Je '63 
AMERICAN association on mental deficiency 
Four score and seven. W. Sloan, bibliog Am 
J Men Deficiency 68:6-14 Jl '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



23 



AMERICAN association on mental deficiency — 

Continued 

Meetings. 1964 
Eierhty- eighth annual meeting, Kansas City. 
Mo. May 5-9. 1964; program. Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:559-79 Mr '64 

Project on technical planning in 
mental retardation 
Selected abstracts of current publications of 
interest to workers in the field of mental 
retardation. See issues of American jour- 
nal of mental deficiency through May 1963 
Standards for slate residential in.stitutions 
for the mentally retarded. Am J Men De- 
ficiency Mon Sup 68:1-101 Ja '64 
AMERICAN authors. See Authors, American 
AMERICAN bandmasters association 
Meetings, 1963 
American bandmasters association progress 
report; fourth annual meeting, December 
18, 1963. Chicago. Sch Musician 35:59 Ap 
•64 

Research center 
Do we appreciate our band heritage? C. B. 
Whiting. Mus J 22:35+ Ap '64 
AMERICAN bar association 

Citizen, the law and the school. J. D. Stecher. 

Teach Col J 35:118-19 D '63 
NEA. ABA. ADA. and AMA; a comparison. 
L. Kendall. Peabody J Ed 41:270-5 Mr '64 
AMERICAN board on counseling services 
American board on counseling services. G. J. 
Lindley. Personnel & Quid J 42:104-7 S 
'63 
AMERICAN board on professional standards in 
vocational counseling. See American board 
on counseling services 
AMERICAN cancer society 
Cigarette smoking and cancer; a new book- 
let by the American cancer society. J Sch 
Health 33:266-8 Je '63 
AMERICAN chemical society 
Decade of unusual progress. E. L. Haenisch. 
J Chem Ed 40:460-4 S '63 

Division of chemical education 
Condensed norms: ACS cooperative examina- 
tions. J Chem Ed 41:166-7 Mr '64 
AMERICAN children. Sea Children— United 

States 
AMERICAN civil liberties union 
Operation abolition vs. Operation correction; 
two controversial political films. B. S. 
Greenberg. bibliog Av Comm R 11:40-6 My 
'63 
Teachers' right to strike. Sch & Soc 92:93-4 
Mr 7 '64 
AMERICAN civilization. See United States- 
Civilization 
AMERICAN college testing program 
American college testing program. P. L. 
Trump. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 27:40-3 O '63 
AMERICAN college testing program examina- 
tion 
American college testing program examina- 
tion. D. V. Tiedeman. Personnel & Guid J 
41:814-19 My '63 
AMERICAN colleges. Sea Colleges and uni- 
versities 

AMERICAN composers. See Composers. Amer- 
ican 
AMERICAN council for elementary school 
industrial arts 

American council for elementary school in- 
dustrial arts. E. E. Hunt, il Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 52:42+ Je '63 

American council for elementary school in- 
dustrial arts; first annual convention. Ind 
Arts Teach 22:6 My '63 

ACESIA; how can it improve elementary in- 
dustrial arts? E. B. Hunt, il Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 52:20+ D '63 
AMERICAN council of industrial arts super- 
visors 

American council of industrial arts super- 
visors. T. G. Boyd. Ind Arts & Voc Bd 52:46 
Je '63 

AMERICAN council of learned societies 

See also 
Commission on the humanities 
AMERICAN council on education 

Committee on equality 
of educational opportunity 
Equalizing educational opportunity in col- 
leges and universities. L. E. Dennis. Phi 
Delta Kappan 45:401-5 My '64 



AMERICAN council on education psychologi- 
cal exammation for college freshmen 
ACE scores as a possible means of predict- 
ing success in general college physics 
courses. G. F. Powers and P. Witherspoon. 
Sci Ed 47:416 O '63 
Comparative effectiveness of intellective and 
non-intellective measures in the prediction 
of the completion of a major in theater 
arts. J. Morrison. Ed & Psychol M 23: 
82'. -30 Wint '63 
AMERICAN council on Industrial arts teacher 
education 
Action and thought in industrial arts educa- 
tion; twelfth yearbook; ed. by B. A. T. 
Svendsen. 136p bibliog $4 '63 McKnight 
Classroom research in industrial arts; 
thirteenth yearbook; ed. by C. B. Porter. 
191p bibliog '64 McKnight 
AMERICAN dental association 

NEA. ABA. ADA, and AMA; a comparison. 
L. Kendall. Peabody J Ed 41:270-5 Mr '64 
AMERICAN drama 
Great works in twentieth century American 
fiction and drama. R. M. Bossone. bibliog f 
H Sch J 47:123-31 D '63 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See American literature — ^Appreciation 
and interpretation 

Technique 

See American literature — Technique 
AMERICAN economic association 
See also 
National task force on economic education 
AMERICAN education award 

Presentation of American education award 

to Harold R. Medina. R. M. Bowen. Am 

Assn Sch Adm Official Report 1963:190-2 
AMERICAN education week 
American education week 1963. Higher Ed 20: 

13 O '63 
AEW, 1963. il Instr 73:35+ N '63 
American education week; November 10-16, 

1963. NBA J 52:60 S '63 
American education week proclamation for 

New York state. N. A. Rockefeller. N Y 

State Ed 51:6 N '63 
Education strengthens the NaUon. Ky Sch J 

42:9+ O '63 
Education week. Ind Arts Teach 23:16 S '63 
Hand in hand with parents. NEA J 52:13 D 

'63 
Let's promote it: American education week. 

J. Buzzelli. il Minn J Bd 44:16-17 S '63 
1963 American education week. Art Ed 16:27-9 

My '63; Same cond. il Ariz Teach 51:15 My 

'63 
President's message. J. Siegman. Pa Sch J 

112:115 N '63 
I'roclamation. J. F. Kennedy, il Pa Sch J 112: 

105 N '63 
When mothers visited school; St Anthony of 

Padua school, Kenosha, Wis. il Cath Sch J 

64:28 Ap '64 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Great teachers. R. W. Saxe. Grade Teach 81: 

25+ N '63 

AMERICAN educational research association 

Curriculum planning and development; re- 
views the literature for the three- year pe- 
riod since June 1960. R Bd Res 33:227-335 
Je '63 

Language arts and fine arts; reviews the 
literature for the three-year period since 
April 1961. bibliog R Ed Res 34:115-258 
Ap '64 

Philosophical and social framework of edu- 
cation; reviews the literature for the three- 
year period since February 1961. bibliog R 
Bd Res 34:1-113 P '64 

Statistical methodology; reviews the litera- 
ture for the three-year period since De- 
cember 1960. bibliog R Bd Res 33:451-578 
D '63 

Teacher personnel; reviews the literature for 
the five-year period since June 1958. bibliog 
R Ed Res 33:339-448 O '63 
AMERICAN educational theatre association 

AETA projects. W. R. McGraw Bd Theatre J 
16:64-9 Mr '64 

AETA reports. 1963. Ed Theatre J 15:398-404 
D '63 

1963-1964 directory; ed. by R. L Schneideman. 
Ed Theatre J Sup 15:1-114 D '63 

Playwright's program of AETA. Bd Theatre J 
15:178-80 My '63 

Meetings, 1963 
Report of the twenty- seventh AETA conven- 
tion. J. A. Walker. Ed Theatre J 15:385- 
94 D '63 



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AMERICAN educational theatre association — 

Continued 

American community theatre association 
American community theatre association. D. 
P. Hatfield. Ed Theatre J 15:397 D '63 

Childrens theatre conference 
Children's theatre conference. Mrs K. Wil- 
son. Ed Theatre J 15:394-6 D '63 

Secondary school theatre conference 
Secondary school theatre conference. G. C. 
Schuermann. Ed Theatre J 15:396-7 D '63 
AIVIERICAN educators in Africa 

Some thoughts on education in West Africa. 
P. Sammartino. Liberal Ed 50:43-8 Mr '64 
AMERICAN educators in foreign countries 
American higher education in service abroad. 
W. W. Marvel. Liberal Ed 49:541-52 D '63 
Peripatetic comparative education. J. Katz. 
Phi Delta Kappan 45:311-12 Mr '64 
AMERICAN educators in Germany 
Your state superintendent goes to Germany. 
A. B. Rothwell. il Wis J Ed 96:10-11 N '63 
AMERICAN educators In Russia 

Russian tour: I was a multilateral exchange 
participant. J. T. Flanagan. Col Engl 25: 
85-90 N '63 
AMERICAN federation of teachers 
American federation of teachers: what it 
wants, how it bargains, where it's headed. 
D. Selden. il Sch Mgt 8:56-8-1- F '64 
Ideas from abroad for winning teacher loy- 
alty; Teachers syndicate of the United Arab 
Republic. L. J. Stiles. Phi Delta Kappan 45: 
278-82 Mr '64 
President's page. C. J. Megel. See issues 
of American teacher magazine 
See also 
Teachers unions 
AMERICAN fiction 

American Action and American life. P, Young. 

J Gen Ed 15:109-23 Jl '63 
Great worits in twentieth century American 
fiction and drama. R. M. Bossone. bibliog f 
H Sch J 47:123-31 D '63 

History and criticism 

See American literature — History and 
criticism 

Technique 
See American literature — Technique 
AMERICAN field service 

From Poona to Port Washington. C. R. Reich. 

il N Y State Ed 51:8-104- F '64 
In view: Stephen Galatti, il Overseas 3:23-5 
N '63 

AMERICAN film festival. See Moving picture 
exhibits 

AMERICAN folk songs. See Folk songs, Amer- 
ican 

AMERICAN geological institute 

See also 
Earth science curriculum project 

AMERICAN history. See United States— His- 
tory 

AMERICAN home economics association 
-'^?>S-'^ fellowship awards. J Home Econ 55: 

508-9. 705 S, N '63 
AHEA legislative program for 1962-64. J 

Home Econ 55:558 S '63 
FOCU.S on the future. F. W. Low. il J Home 

Econ 55:491-4 S '63 
1962-63 report of activities. J Home Econ 

55:512-53 S '63 
Officers and committees, 1963-64. J Home 

Econ 55:575-82 S '63 
Plan.s for action for subject-matter sections 

?'f"J^„P''of6ssional sections. J Home Econ 

55:560-6 S '63 
Program of work for 1962-1964. J Home Econ 

55:556-7 S '63 

Meetings, 1963 
Highlights of the AHEA convention, Kansas 

City, Mo. il Prac Forecast 9:40-1+ S '63 
^''r°r^!.'?-P^;,.5ith annual meeting. J Home Econ 

55:429-36 Je '63 
Pulse of progress. V. V. Brickler. il J Home 

Econ 55:501-6 S '63 

Accreditation committee 
Accreditation program progress proposals. P. 
C. Paul. J Home Econ 55:688-92 N '63 

College chapters section 

Interpreting the plan for action. M. E. 

Hamelman. J Home Econ 56:108-9 F '64 
Section challenges: present and future. M. E. 

Hamelman. il J Home Econ 55:510-11 S 

63 



Home economists in business section 

Traveling trophy is awarded St Louis; first 
annual Betty Crocker recruitment and vo- 
cational guidance award. N. K. Cavanaugh. 
il J Home Econ 55:702-3 N '63 
AMERICAN Indians. See Indians of North 

America 
AMERICAN industrial arts association 
Association bulletins. See issues of Industrial 
arts teacher through November 1963 
See also 
American council for elementary school in- 
dustrial arts 
American council on industrial arts teacher 
education 

Meetings, 1963 
AIAA in Indianapolis; April 10-12, 1963. il 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:17+ Je '63 
AIAA meets at Indianapolis. Sch Shop 22:37 
Je '63 

Meetings, 1964 
AIAA convention in Washington, March 29- 
April 3. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:42+ Ap '64 
Industrial arts group prepares national con- 
vention. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:4+ Ap 
'64 
AMERICAN institute for research 
See also 
Project talent 
AMERICAN institute of biological sciences 
See also 
Biological sciences curriculum study 
AMERICAN institute of graphic arts 

Study of children's book choices. B. J. 
Peltola. bibliog El Engl 40:690-5+ N '63 
AMERICAN institute of management 

Odds are nine to one. E. J. Kehoe. J Col 
Placement 24:37+ O '63 
AMERICAN instructors of the deaf 
American instructors of the deaf establish 
new headquarters. R. M. Stella and L. A. 
Ambrosen. Am Ann Deaf 108:356-8 S '63 
American instructors of the deaf. October 1, 
1963. Am Ann Deaf 109:2-93 Ja '64 
AMERICAN international school, Vienna. See 

Vienna — Schools 
AMERICAN language. See English language in 

the United States 
AMERICAN legion 
Greetings. J. E. Powers. Nat Ed Assn Proc 

101:44-5 '63 
Legion to campaign for eye safety in schools. 
Sight-Saving R 33:171 Fall '63 
AMERICAN library association 
American adults read more fiction; ALA 

report. Wilson Lib Bui 38:441+ F '64 
American library association and civil rights; 
excerpts from report. J. E. Bryan. ALA 
Bui 57:747 S '63 
ALA makes administrative changes. Wilson 

Lib Bui 38:728 My '64 
ALA organization and information, 1963-64. 

ALA Bui 57:885-6+ N '63 
Coordination of library statistics. Wilson Lib 

Bui 38:121 O '63 
Library 21 report. Wilson Lib Bui 37:830 Je 

'63 
Look at the new headquarters. S. Smith, il 

ALA Bui 57:655-8 Jl '63 
Membership in ALA. R. Land. ALA Bui 57: 

809-10 O '63 
New ALA headquarters; a symbol of accom- 
plishment. R. Munn. il ALA Bui 57:729-33 
S '63 
News from the divisions. See issues of ALA 

bulletin 
1963 ALA awards winners. R. Austin, il AJuA 

Bui 57:768-71 S '63 
Obligations to the future. F. H. Wagman. 
ALA Bui 57:761-6 S '63 

Meetings, 1963 

ALA conference roundup. Wilson Lib Bui 
38:5+ S '63 

Chicago conference; symposium, il ALA Bui 
57:725-73 S '63 

Enjoy your stay at ALA. B. Fast. ALA Bui 
57:413+ My '63 

Explosion—. Wilson Lib Bu] 38:43 S '63 

Figure in the carpet; report on the ALA 
conferenca within a conference. K. Molz. 
il Wilson Lib Bui 38:44-9 S '63 

Highlights of the Chicago conference pro- 
gram. ALA Bui 57:401-12 My '63 

Meetings, 1964 

ALA midwinter meeting 1964; tentative pro- 
gram. ALA Bui 58:32 Ja '64 

ALA midwinter report. Wilson Lib Bui 38: 
558-9+ Mr '64 



I 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



25 



AMERICAN library association — Meetings, 1964 
— Gontimied 
HiRhliRhts of tlie midwinter meeting; with 
report by F. H. Wagman. ALA Bui 68:191- 
6+ Mr '64 
St Louis conference program planning. ALA 
Bui 58:215-18 Mr '64 

Adult services division 
Notable books council 
Notable books of 1963: a selected list^ ALA 
Bui 58:223-4 Mr '64; Same. NEA J S3:74-5 
Ap '64: Wilson Lib Bui 38:5904- Ap '64 

Ciiildrens services division 
Book evaluation committee 
Notable children's books of 1962. PTA Mag 

57:31-2 Je '63 
Notable children's books of 1963. il ALA Bui 
58:307-10 Ap '64; Same cond. Wilson Lib 
Bui 38:710-1- My '64 

Intellectual freedom committee 
ALA as amicus curiae: Tropic of Cancer be- 
fore the U.S. Supreme court; excerpts from 
brief. A. L. McNeal; T. M. Thomas and 
R. L. Hedlund. ALA Bui 58:290-8 Ap '64 

international relations office 
ALA at work in other countries; excerpts 
from memorandum. ALA Bui 58:138-40 F 
■64 

Library administration division 
Library administration division: culprit or 

victim? ALA Bui 57:585-90 Je '63 
Report on the study of Access to public 

libraries. ALA Bui 58:299-304 Ap '64 
Shortcomings of LAD; letter to the editor. 
R. B. Ellsworth. ALA Bui 57:692-3 S '63; 
Reply. H. S. Hacker. 57:1001 D '63; Re- 
joinder. 58:9 Ja '64 

Library technology project 
Data processing equipment in libraries. ALA 

Bui 58:227-30 Mr '64 
Film coatings; concerning program of LTP. 

G. T. Piez. ALA Bui 58:237 Mr '64 

Program evaluation and budget 
committee 
Begun, progressing, completed; activities and 
projects. ALA Bui 57:423-31 My '63 

Young adult services division 
Significant adult books for young people, 1963. 
Wilson Lib Bui 38:597-8 Ap '64; Same cond. 
NEA J 53:34 Mr '64 
AMERICAN literature 
Modem American humor; the Janus laugh. 

H. Hill. Col Engl 25:170-6 D '63 
Russian tour: I was a multilateral exchange 
participant. J. T. Flanagan. Col Engl 25: 
85-90 N '63 
See also 
Folklore — United States 

Appreciation and interpretation 
American fiction and American life. P. Young. 

J Gen Ed 15:109-23 Jl '63 
Ballad of the sad cafe. E. J. Shoben. Teach 

Col Rec 65:.372-4 .Ja '64 
City in the sea: a re- examination. T. F. 

Keefer. Col Engl 25:436-9 Mr '64 
Death wish in Stopping by woods. J. Arm- 
strong. Col Engl 25:440-1- Mr '64 
Dreiser's An American tragedy; a critical 

study. R. Lehan. Col Engl 25:187-93 D '63 
Fun and games of Edward Albee. A Lewis. 

Ed Theatre J 16:29-39 Mr '64 
Insensibility in The red badge of courage. 

W. B. Dillingham, bibliog f Col Engl 25: 

194-8 D '03 
Multi-faceted blackbird and Wallace Stevens' 

poetic vision. P. L. McNamara. Col Engl 

25:446-8 Mr '64 
Pearl: realism and allegory. H. Morris. Engl J 

52:487-95-1- O '63 
I*udd'nhead Wilson; a literary caesarean op- 
eration. R. A. Wiggins. Col Engl 25:182-6 

D '63 
Robert Frost, the middle-ground: an analysis 

of Neither out far nor in deep. D J. 

Lepore. Engl J 53:215-16 Mr '64 

Correlation with other subjects 

New approach to early American literature. 
M. B. Quinn. Col Engl 25:267-73 Ja '64 

History and criticism 
Cotton Mather's Manuductio ad ministerium,. 
^ E. E. White. Q J Speech 49:308-19 O '63 
Is poetry an American art? K. Shapiro. Col 
Engl 25:395-405 Mr '64 



O'Hara's Appointment in Samarra: his first 

135 - 41 "n" '63^^^ '^°^^^' "^' ■^'®''- ^°' ^^^^ ^^' 
Silas Phelps' unwritten sermon. M. H. Bern- 
wv5®.'"- bibliog f Relig Ed 58:257-61 My '63 
^^EnT25fm}rM%' 'ir^'- ^- B'-id^"^^"- Col 
William Carlo.s Williams: giant. L W 

Wagner. Col Engl 25:425-30 Mr '64 " 
W^oodsman, spare those Trees! B. G Ken- 

ney. Col Engl 25:431-3 Mr '64 

Teaching 

■^".'',\*^"'^S?- scourge of education today? A D 
Alley. Clearmg House 38:393-5 Mr '64 " * 

Woodsman, spare those Trees! B G Kennev 
Col Engl 25:431-3 Mr '64 ' -^^n^ey. 

Colleges and universities 
New approach to early American literature. 
M. B. Qumn. Col Engl 25:267-73 Ja '64 

High schools 

And children learn to walk on frozen toes; 
^ H?^*^?*^ the literature of New England. 
J. S. Simmons. Engl J 52:591-54- N" '63 

Human side of Puritan literature J P 
Warner, jr. En.gl J 52:587-904- N '63 ' 

•'■'}''ee^ novels for comparative study in the 
twelfth grade; Huckleberry Finn Tht 
catcher in the rye, and Intruder in the 
dust. G. B. Little. Engl J 52:501-5 O '63 

Technique 

Discovering theme and structure In the 
novel: To kill a mockingbird. E. H. Schu- 

^ster. Engl J 52:506-11 O '63 

Dramatic art .vs. autobiography; a look at 
Long day s journey into night. G. H. Red- 
ford. Col Engl 25:527-35 Ap '64 

Henry James in the advanced composition 
course. D. M. Murray. Col Engl 25:26-30 

\J bo 

Question of Poe's narrators. J. W. Gargano. 
bibhog f Col Engl 25:177-81 D '63 

Units of work 
And children learn to walk on frozen toes- 
^ "git on the literature of New England. 
J. S. Simmons. Engl J 52:591-54- N '63 

New England 
And children learn to walk on frozen toes; 
^ H?it on the literature of New England. 
J. S. Simmons. Engl J 52:591-54- N '63 
Human side of Puritan literature. J. F 
Warner, jr. Engl J 52:587-904- N '63 
AMERICAN loyalists 
Colonists who wouldn't rebel. W. E. Gandy 
bibhog f Social Ed 27:385-9 N '63 
AMERICAN machine and foundry company 
Multi-screen technique critical to AMF 
training program. E. T. Albaugh and M. A. 
Lipkowitz. 11 Ed Screen Av G 42:616-18 N 
63 

AMERICAN medical association 
NBA. ABA ADA. and AMA; a comparison. 
L. Kendall. Peabody J Ed 41:270-5 Mr '64 
AMERICAN music. See Music, American 
AMERICAN music center, incorporated, New 
York 
American music center comes of age. J 
Browning. Mus J 22:34 F '64 
AMERICAN opera. See Opera, American 
AMERICAN painting. See Painting, American 
AMERICAN personnel and guidance associa- 
tion 
Association activities: ed. by C. McDaniels. 
See issues of Personnel and guidance jour- 
nal 
Branches in highlight. See issues of Per- 
sonnel and guidance journal through Octo- 
ber 1963 
Counselor; professional preparation and role; 

5li^l??^?ii*T°^ ,PP'i<^y- Personnel & Guid J 
42:536-41 Ja 64 

From the executive director. A. A. Hitch- 
cock. See issues of Personnel and guidance 
journal through October 1963 

New officers assume duties on May 1. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 41:834-6 My '63 

1963-1964 directory of officers and committees 
of APuA and its divisions, state member- 
ship coordinators, branch officers. Person- 

^nel & Guid J 42:213-30 O '63 

President reports. W. E. Dugan. Personnel 
& Guid J 42:418 D '63 
See also 

American board on counseling ser^aces 

Meetings, 1964 

•^'i?o'*?i'"^JZ..Pi"o^''^"^- San Francisco. March 
23-26, 1964 Personnel & Guid J 42:sup 
i-xxiv Mr 64 



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AMERICAN personnel and guidance associa- 
tion — Continued 

Committee on ethics 
Ethical standards and APGA; progress re- 
port. Personnel & Guid J 42:90 S "63 

Professional preparation and 
standards committee 
Report. Personnel & Guid J 42:535 Ja '64 

Research awards committee 
Winning: studies for 1961-1962 selected. J. L. 
French. Personnel & Guid J 41:837 My '63 
AIVIERICAN poetry 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See American literature — ^Appreciation 
and interpretation 

History and criticism 
See American literature — History and 
criticism 

Teaching 

See American literature— Teaching 
AMERICAN poets. See Poets, American 
AMERICAN psychological association 

Project on scientific 
information exchange in psychology 

APA project on scientific information ex- 
change in psychology. W. D. Garyey and 
B C. Griffith. J Counsel Psychol 10:297-302 
Fall '63 
AMERICAN school and university, 1962-63, 
1963; Educational purchasing guide ,and 
plant reference. (V34-35) 2v il plans diags 
ea $10 '62-'63 Buttenheim pub. corp. 
AMERICAN school band directors association 

American school band directors' association; 
ed. by S. Okun. See issues of School musi- 
cian February 19t>3- 

63-64 programs pondered at Elkhart meetmg. 
S. Okun. Sch Musician 35:56-9 Ja '64 
AMERICAN school counselor association 

Progress report of the ASCA counselor study. 
J."^ W. Loughary and P. W. Fitzgerald. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:191-3 O '63 

Tentative guidelines for implementation or 
the ASCA statement of policy for school 
counselors. Personnel & Guid J 42:198-203 
O '63 , ,. , 

Tentative statement of policy for secondary 
school counselors. Personnel & Guid J 42: 
194-8 O '63 
AMERICAN school health association 

A.S.H.A. study committees. J Sch Health 
:^4:18 Ja '64 ., ^ ^ . , 

Annual report of the president. I. Fricke. 
J Sch Health 33:433-8 D '63 

Second generation of our association; the 
annual report of the executive secretary. 
A. O. DeWeese. J Sch Health 33:438-42 
D 'fi3 . ,„„„ 

Standing committees, association year 1963- 
64. J Sch Health 34:149-50 Mr '64 

Studv committees for 1963-64. J Sch Health 
33:234-7 My '63 

Meetings, 1963 
Program for the thirty-seventh annual meet- 
ing, Kansas City, Mo. Nov. 9-10, 1963. J Sch 
Health 33:289-92 S '63 

Committee on eye health 

Eve health programs: a statement of policy 
by the American school health association. 
J Sch Health 33:263-5 Je '63 

Committee on mental health in 
the classroom 
Mental health in the classroom; report. J Sch 
Health 33 sup:l-36 S '63 

Committee on school physician 
responsibilities 
Committee on school physician responsibili- 
ties; report to the governing council Novem- 
ber 11, 19G3. J Sch Health 34:243-9 My '64 
Report on school physician remuneration. J 
Sch Health 33:364-71 O '63 

Committee on study committees 
Report. J. K. Rash. J Sch Health 34:14-15 Ja 
'64 

Committee on tuberculosis 

Twentv-eighth annual report; Denver. May 
13, 1963. J Sch Health 34:59-64 F '64 

Research council 
Research council. W. H. Southworth. J Sch 
Health 34:15-17 Ja '64 



Resolutions committee 
Report. J Sch Health 34:40-2 Ja '64 
AMERICAN schools abroad 

Reflections on the international school. C. 
Malik. Ed Rec 44:282-7 Jl '63 
-See also 
Military post schools, American 
AMERICAN schools in Japan 

Creative music education; American school in 
Tokyo, Japan. D. P. Berger. Mus Educa- 
tors J 50:79-81 N '63 
AMERICAN science film association 
What is ASFA? W. Webb. Ed Screen Av Q 
43:133 Mr '64 
AMERICAN society of composers, authors and 
publishers 
ASCAP story. Mus Educators J 50:103 Ap 
•64 
AMERICAN standards association 

New American standard for home cooking 
and baking utensils. A. F. Rush, il J Home 
Econ 55:417-19 Je '63 
AMERICAN string teachers association 
American string teachers' association; ed. by 
R. C. Marince. See issues of School musi- 
cian September 1962-August 1963 
AMERICAN students 

Teaching political science at a British uni- 
versity. C. A. McCoy. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 11:234-7 Autumn '63 
AMERICAN students in Africa 
American student in Africa. P. Hagberg. 11 
Overseas 3:18-22 O '63 
AMERICAN students in foreign countries 

American responsibilities in international edu- 
cation. F. Bowles. Ed Rec 45:19-26 Wint 
'64 
College students and faculty abroad. R. M. 

Walker. Sch Life 45:12 My '63 
Opportunities and problems involved in the 
study abroad of U.S. students; panel dis- 
cussion. D. J. Shank and others. Col & 
Univ 38:434-60 Sum '63 
Programs for American students abroad: a 
critique. D. J. Shank. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:74-6 Wint '64 
Small college discovers the world. L. R. 
Boiling, il Overseas 3:12-17 Ap '64 
See also 
Colleges and universities — Overseas extension 
Orientation programs for foreign students 
AMERICAN students in France 

How to set up a summer school abroad. S. 
Laidig. Sch Mgt 7:88 D '63 
AMERICAN students in Great Britain 

Oxford the complement; American Oxonians 
look back. Times Ed Sup 2511:8 Jl 5 '63 
AMERICAN students in Italy 

Fulbrighters in the arts; Susan Draper and 
Raymond Ciarrochi. il Overseas 3:14-17 O 
'63 
AMERICAN students in Japan 

Summer marine biology seminar for U.S. 
fifth air force high school students. R. F. 
Osner. il map diag Am Biol Teach 26: 
40-2 Ja '64 
AMERICAN students in Mexico 

Kent students go to Mexico. M. Baker. 11 
Ohio Sch 42:26 Ap '64 
AMERICAN students in Scotland 
Foreign student poetry by: John Shaw, an 
American at Edinburgh 1801-1803. S Eraser, 
Peabody J Ed 41:304-7 Mr '64 
AMERICAN students in Yugoslavia 

U.S. student in Yugoslavia. L. Mintz. il Over- 
seas 3:11-15 F '64 
AMERICAN studies 

Aberystwyth goes American, Times Ed Sup 

2514:121 Jl 26 '63 
American studies and the social studies; a 

symposium. Social Ed 27:416-35 D '63 
American studies overseas; the Johnson 

report. Overseas 3:29 D '63 
Summer seminar brings European students 
to Ohio. D. N. Nelson, il Overseas 3:16-19 
F '64 
We have left no art unturned. C. S. Burks. 

il NEA J 53:22-4 My '64 
Where does American studies begin? M. W. 
Fishwick. bibliog f Social Ed 27:419-22 
D '63 
AMERICAN teachers In Africa 

Noise comes in several sizes. S. Fisher. El 

Sch J 64:186-7 Ja '64 
Teachers for Africa. K. W. Bigelow. II Over- 
seas 3:18-22 N '63 
Teachers for East Africa: 1964. Higher Ed 
20:15 Mr '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Finland 

Christmas letter. R. Pangle. Peabody J Ed 
41:154-6 N '63 
AMERICAN teachers in foreign countries 
College students and faculty abroad. R. M, 
Walker. Sch Life 45:12 My '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



27 



AMERICAN teachers in foreign countries — 

Continued 
Happiness i3 a warm pupil. M. Milmoe. 11 

Ariz Teach 52:22-3 Ja '64 
LansuaKe teaching: around the world. D. 
Lasher-Schlitt. Improving Col Univ Teach 
11:126-33 Sum '63 
No spectator sport; Missourians in the Peace 
corps. P. Hardberger. 11 Sch & Com 50:24- 
5+ N '63 
Teachers around the world. J. V. Sheahan. 
J Sec Ed 38:109-12 D '63 
See also 
Teachers. Interchanpe of 
AMERICAN teachers in Great Britain 
Business and economic education at a city 
(junior) collese in England. A. Jacobson. 
J Bsns Ed 38:333-5 My '63 
Teaching political science at a British uni- 
versity. C. A. McCoy. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 11:234-7 Autumn '63 
AMERICAN teachers in India 
Arthur Earl in India. Ind Arts Teach 23:7 
S '63 
AMERICAN teachers in Indonesia 

Improving preparation of Indonesian second- 
ary school science teachers. H. Gould, 
il Sci Ed 48:275-95 Ap '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Japan 
How travel can broaden a curriculum. N. 
Anastasiow. Sch Mgt 7:87 D '63 
AMERICAN teachers in Malaya 
Peace corps teachers in Malaya. F. R. Shaftel. 
Ed Lead 21:347-51-f Mr '64 
AMERICAN teachers In the Philippines 

Teaching Internship in the Philippines. R. C. 
Weil. Teach Col Rec 65:152-6 N '63 
AMERICAN teachers in Turkey 
Turkish street scene. H. L. Shelton. Sch & 
Com 49:16 My '63 
AMERICAN teachers in Venezuela 

Teaching English in Venezuela. R. F. Amove 
and J. F. Seely. il Overseas 3:3-8 D '63 
AMERICAN technical assistance. See Technical 

assistance, American 
AMERICAN technical education association 
Meetings, 1963 
American technical education association 
program. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:12 N '63 
AMERICAN telephone and telegraph company 
Today's search for tomorrow's leaders. R. W. 
Walters, jr, and D. W. Bray, il J Col Place- 
ment 24:22-3+ O '63 
AMERICAN trade dollars. See Silver as money 
AMERICAN university In Cairo 
Educational trends at the American univer- 
sity in Cairo during a generation of na- 
tionalism: 1920-1962. E. F. Gossett. Col & 
Univ 39:274-80 Spr '64 
AMERICAN university of Beirut, Lebanon 
AID and AUB: partners in Middle East de- 
velopment. M. H. Vent. Higher Ed 19: 
8-12 Ap '63 
AMERICAN vocational association 
AVA announces 1963 award winners. II Am 

Voc J 39:38-9-1- F '64 
AVA committee memberships. Am Voc J 38: 

23-6 O '63 
AVA resolutions adopted by the House of 
delegates, Atlantic City, Dec. 12, 1963. 
Am Voc J 39:40-2 F '64 
AVA supports expanded vocational educa- 
tion programs. Am Voc J 38:25-6 My '63 
Dr Joseph Barber heads new AVA teacher 

recruiting service. Am Voc J 39:43 Ja '64 
House of delegates to vote on proposal to 
increase AVA dues. Am Voc J 38:12 N '63 
Momentous year for vocational education. 
M. J. Peterson. Am Voc J 39:8+ F '64 
See also 
National center for advanced study and re- 
search in agricultural education, Ohio 

Meetings, 1963 
57th annual American vocational association 

convention. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:9+ Ja 

'64 
57th annual vocational convention, Atlantic 

City. Dec. 9-13. 1963: program and notes. 

11 Am Voc J 38:33-8 O '63 
57th amiual vocational convention; exhibit 

guide and preview, il Am Voc J 38:38-46 

N '63 

Agricultural education division 
Agriculture education for a changing agri- 
culture; report. D. Dunnett. Am Voc J 39: 
19-20 F '64 

Business education division 
Annual convention, Atlantic City, Dec. 10-12, 

1963; program. Bal Sheet 45:179 D '63 
Businessman speaks to the business educator. 

D. Dunnett. U Am Voc J 39:31 F '64 



Distributive education division 
Some challenges to distributive education; re- 
port. D. Dunnett. il Am Voc J 39:21-2+ P 
'64 

Home economics division 
Home economics education: next steps In 
curriculum development. R. S Fleming. 
Am Voc J 39:23-5 F '64 

Industrial arts division 
-^'iV'l power: an industrial anonymltv. A J. 
MacDonald. il Am Voc J 39:26-7 F '64 

Trade and industrial 
education division 
Technical education programs for the em- 
ployment of highly skilled technical occu- 
pations to accommodate rapidly changing 
requirements. D. Dunnett. il Am Voc J 
39:28-30 F '64 
AMERICANISM 

Tempest tost. H. Barnes. Ariz Teach 51:18 
My '63 
.See also 
Patriotism 

Teaching 
American heritage and the quarrel among the 
heirs. M. Diamond. Claremont Read Conf 
Yrbk 27:47-54 '63 

Units of work 
February, a month of meaning. D. K. Snyder. 
Grade Teach 81:32+ F '64 
AMERICANISMS 
See also 
English language in the United States 
AMERICANS in Africa 

Letter from Dakar. J. O. Cross. Mod Lang J 

47:327-9 N '63 
Operation crossroads Africa. J. H. Robin- 
son. Relig Ed 59:89-91 Ja '64 
View from Africa of American race relations. 
A»,^r,.§.®i*iow. J Negro Ed 33:201-2 Spr '64 
AMERICANS in Europe 

Arnericans' music reaches hearts where words 
don't. J. Schmalfeldt. Mus Educators J 
50:132-3 Ap '64 
See also 
United States — Army — Forces in Europe 
AMERICANS in foreign countries 
Can your faith travel? D. D. MacBryde. il 

Int J Relig Ed 39:14-15+ Je '63 
Home economists observe familv life abroad. 
F. W. Low. il J Home Econ 55:684-7 N '63 
Peace corps: a new learning situation. R. W. 
Iversen. Mod Lang J 47:301-4 N '63 
AMERICANS In Germany 
Notes on the 1963 VEA European tour. E. C. 
Peple. Va J Ed 57:18 N '63 
AMERICANS in Mexico 

Good neighbor policy in action. C. A. Wiley, 
il Sch Musician 35:66-7 F '64 
AMERICANS in Russia 
Adventures in a police state. O. J. M. Smith. 

Sci Ed 48:239-48 Ap '64 
Controlled camping or USSR in heterospect. 
, O. J. M. Smith. Sci Ed 48:262-75 Ap '64 
AMERICANS in the British West Indies 

Step in world understanding. M. Du Bose. 
J Home Econ 56:261-2 Ap '64 
AMERICANS in the Middle East 

Orientations: adventures in the Mid-East. 
D. Ellington, il Mus J 22:34-6+ Mr '64 
AMERICANS in the Philippines 
Peace corps training for businessmen; Dole 
pineapple company. J. N. Stalker, il Over- 
seas 3:23-5 Mr '64 
AMHERST college, Massachusetts 
Kennedy speaks at Frost library dedication. 
J. F. Kennedy, il Wilson Lib Bui 38:317 
D '63 
Transfer students at Amherst. Sch & Soc 
92:44 F 8 '64 
AMIDON plan. See Washington, D.C. — Amidon 

school 
AMINES 

Limitation of the Hinsberg method for 
primary amines. P. E. Fanta and C. S. 
Wang. J Chem Ed 41:280 My '64 
AMINO acids 
Efficiency of vegetarian diets as a source of 
protein for growth and maintenance. C. H. 
Edwards and others, bibliog J Home Econ 
56:164-8 Mr '64 
AMISH Mennonites. See Mennonites 
AMMONIA 
I'extbook errors; catalytic inhibition bv ad- 
sorbed hydrogen. S. R. Logan, bibliog J 
Chem Ed 40:473-4 S '63 

AMMONIA-soda process. See Sodium carbon- 
ates 

AMMONS full-range picture vocabulary test. 
See FuU-rang© picture vocabulary test 



28 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AMOUNT of schooling. See Educational at- 
tainment 

AMPHETAMINE , ^ . , i, * 

Studies in activity level: effects of amphet- 
amine drug administration on the activity 
level of retarded children. T. R McConnell, 
jr. and others. Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
647-51 Mr '64 
AMPHIBIA 

See also 
Fross 
AMPLIFIERS 
AC differential biological amplifier for detec- 
tion and demonstration of biopotential 
phenomenon. H. I. Runion. bibliog il diags 
Am Biol Teach 25:598-609 D '63 
Influence of attack and release in compres- 
sion amplification on understanding of 
speech by hypoacusics. G. Lynn and R. 
C^rhart. bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 
28:124-40 My '63 
See also 
Light amplifiers 
Transistors 
AMUSEMENTS 
See also 
Games 
Hobbies 
ANAHEIM, California 

City elementary school district 
Closed-circuit TV in Anaheim city elementary 
school district. R. E. Shanks. 11 Am Sch 
Bd J 148:34-64- F '64 

Union high school district 
Fourth summer of pupil -parent- counselor 
conferences completed at Anaheim, il Calif 
Ed 1:20 S '63 

Brookhurst Junior high school 

Flexible scheduling; Brookhurst junior high 
school. G. Swenson. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 47:84-6 My '63 

ANALOGY , , , -r. 

Analogue bases for research in creativity. B. 
Murray and J. L. Stewart, bibliog f J Comm 
13:246-51 D '63 
ANALYSIS (mathematics) See Functions 
ANALYSIS (philosophy) 
Dimensions of analysis and recognized mean- 
ings. P. G. Smith, bibliog f Ed Theory 13: 
183-8+ Jl '63 
ANALYSIS of variance 
Developments in analysis of variance and 
design of experiments. D. W. Norton, bib- 
liog R Ed Res 33:490-500 D '63 
Effect of correlation on the repeated measures 
design R. E. Lana and A. Lubin. bibliog 
Ed & Psychol M 23:729-39 Wint '63 
Report on high school foreign language: 
directed study experiment 1960-1961. R. S. 
Rathee and V. V. Mennes. J Exp Ed 32: 
107-13 Fall '63 
ANALYTIC chemistry. See Chemistry, Analytic 
ANALYTIC geometry. See Geometry, Analytic 
ANATOMICAL models 
Use of disposable brain models. D^ N. Nai- 
man. il Am Biol Teach 26:178-81 Mr '64 
ANATOMY 

See also 
Dissection 
Knee 

Physiology 
Skeleton 

Teaching 
How to Improve the course In human anato- 
my, physiology and hygiene. I. D. Zverev. 
Soviet Ed 5:29-31 O '63 
ANCESTOR w/orship. See Religion, Primitive 
ANCIENT history. See History. Ancient 
ANCIENT sculpture. See Sculpture, Ancient 
ANDREAN high school, Gary, Indiana 
Organization structure and charts. Sister 
Mary Daniel. Cath Sch J 64:80-3 Ja '64 
ANDREWS, Benjamin Richard 
Obituary 

J Home Econ por 55:507 S '63 
ANECDOTAL records. See Personnel records 
ANGER 
Infiuence of anti-aggressive communications 
upon the response to provocation. H. Kauf- 
mann and S. Feshbach. bibliog J Personal 
31:428-44 S '63 
ANGLE 

Problem of the angle bisectors. J. Hol- 
zinger. diag Math Teach 56:321-2 My '63 
ANGLE, Trisection of. See Trisection of angle 
ANGLING. See Fishiner 



ANGLO-SAXON literature 

See also 
Beowulf 
ANIMAL behavior (psychology) 

Relationships between carbon chain length 
and avoidance responses in rats. F. J. 
Blaisdell. J Ap Psychol 47:284-8 Ag '63 
See also 
Instinct 
ANIMAL chemistry. See Physiological chem- 
istry 
ANIMAL growth. See Growth (animals) 
ANIMAL heat 
Thermochemistry and animal metabolism: a 
historical survey. V. M. Schelar. bibliog 
J Chem Ed 41:226-9 Ap '64 
ANIMAL learning 
Biochemical factors in learning. W. J. 
Hudspeth, bibliog Claremont Read Conf 
Yrbk 27:101-5 '63 

Electric shock method 
Lest we forget, the viable memory. R. L. 

Forney, bibliog Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 

27:106-9 '63 
ANIMAL light. See Luminescence, Biological 
ANIMAL psychology. See Animal behavior 

(psychology) 
ANIMAL stories 
At the Crossforest grocery. L. Leurgans. 

Grade Teach 81:59 Ap '64 
Bat in the belfry. R. Bloom. Grade Teach 

81:33 O '63 
Chris, the thirsty camel. R. Bloom, Grade 

Teach 81:20-1 Ap '64 
Martin, the mouse from Mars, M. Brown. 

Grade Teach 81:28-9 F '64 
Mischievous Mulberry Monkey. S. Crawford. 

il Instr 73:30 S "63 
Mouse party. G. Bell-Zano. il Grade Teach 

81:22 N '63 
Mouse who was king. M. O. Slicer. Instr 73: 

102 Ja '64 
Simba. M. Anderson. 11 Grade Teach 81:59 N 

'63 
Smallest Rabbit learns a lesson. J. C. Bark- 
house, il Instr 73:35 D '63 
Squeak of the little gray mouse. F. B. "Watts. 

il Grade Teach 81:23 N '63 
Tug of war. J. C. Soule. il Instr 73:25 Mr 

'64 
Valentine package. M. Hopkins. Grade Teach 

81:60 F '64 
Whale who wante-d to be a minnow. J. H. 

Yolen. il Grade Teach 81:19 Ap '64 
ANIMALS 

Animals in the kindergarten. M. F. Bartlett. 

bibliog Grade Teach 81:16+ Mr '64 
Small animal friends. B. J. Syrocki. il Grade 

Teach 81:25+ O '63 
See also 
Camels 
Minks 
Pets 
Rats 
Seals (animals) 

Age 
See Age (animals) 

Food and feeding habits 
Visit to Treetops; African animals coming 
to gather salt and Water. Z. Subarsky. Am 
Biol Teach 26:43-5 Ja '64 

Units of work 
Along animal trails. A. C. Lee. bibliog Grade 

Teach 81:50+ F '64 

ANIMALS, Aquatic. See Marine fauna 

ANIMALS, Diseases of. See Veterinary medi- 
cine 

ANIMALS in literature 
Animal symbolism in the fiction of Ram6n 
Sender. K. Schwartz, bibliog Hispania 46: 
496-505 S '63 

ANIMATED cartoons. See Moving picture car- 
toons 

ANNOTATIONS 
Annotations of doctoral dissertations relevant 
to religious education, 1962; comp. by R. P. 
Scherer and others. Relig Ed 58:491-528 N 
'63 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 
Epistle of Paul to the pedants; against the 
long discursive footnote. J. Shera. Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:485 F '64 
ANNUAL reports. See Reports and records 
ANNUITIES 
Internal revenue service gives ruling on tax- 
sheltered annuities. R. L. Drury. Ohio Sch 
41:31 D '63 



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29 



A N N U I T I E S — Continued 

Legal aspects of teacher annuities. H. Brans- 
comb, jr. Tex Outl 47:8-10 Ag '63 

Tax-saving opportunity in tax-deferred an- 
nuities. J. J. Walsh. Ohio Sch 41:10-11 My 
•63 

Tax-sheltered annuities. J. A. Lawrence. 
Wis J Ed 96:15 O '63 

Tax-sheilered annuities. J. A. Lawrence; J. 
D. Slaybaush; G. A. Wilson. Assn Sch Bsns 
OfTicials U S and Canada Proc 48:132-9 '62 

Tax-sheltered annuitle.<i for public school em- 
ployees. E. T. Prostano. Am Sch Bd J 
147:26-7 Agf '63 

Tax-sheltered annuity program. T. Borek. 
Ariz Teach 52:18-20 S "63 
ANOUILH, Jean 

Ambiguity of the Anouilh Medea. C. R. 
Lyons, bibliog f French R 37:312-19 Ja '64 
ANTARCTIC REGIONS 

Ends of the earth. N. A. Ostenso. bibliog 
maps Sci Teach 30:11-15 S '63 

Polar lands; science facts and activities. J. 
G. Navarra. maps Instr 73:86-7 Ja '64 
ANTHEMS, National. See National songs 
ANTHOLOGIES 

Anthologies and workbooks. M. L'Amoreaux. 
bibliog Read Teach 17:447-52 Mr '64 

Anthologies: do we get out of them what we 
want? J. S. Simmons. Clearing House 
38:368-72 P '64 

Critical review of High school English text- 
books, by J. J. Lynch and B. Evans. A. 
Jewett. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin BiU 48:129- 
34 P '64 

Lynch-Evans study of High school English 
textbooks; two reviews. M. J. Early; W. 
W. Douglas. Engl J 53:298-305 Ap '64 
ANTHROPOLOGY 

Anthropology. G. D. Spindler. bibliog 11 NEA 
J 52:28-31 S '63 

Anthropology and education; anthropology's 
contribution to education: a general view. 
W. R. Shunk and B. Z. Goldstein. R Ed 
Res 34:72-4 P '64 
See also 

Educational anthropology 

Social anthropology 

Bibliography 

To learn, to look, to live; a bibliography 
of children's literature. K. Marantz. Art Ed 
17:24-5 My '64 

Teaching 
Research 

Anthropology and education; anthropology in 
the secondary curriculum. W. R. Shunk 
and B. Z. Goldstein. R Ed Res 34:79-80 
F '64 
ANTHROPOMETRY 

Anthropometric measurements, somatotype 
ratings, and certain motor fitness tests of 
physical education majors in South Africa. 
M. Hebbelinck and J. W. Postma. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
327-34 O "63 

Buoyancy as predicted by certain anthropo- 
metric measurements. E. C. Lane and J C. 
Mitchem. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec 
Res Q 35:21-8 Mr "64 

Determination of the optimum setting of an 

adjustable grip dynamometer H. J. Mon- 

toye and J. A. Faulkner, bibliog Am Assn 

Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:29-36 Mr '64 

See also 

Children — Anthropometry 
ANTIOCH college, Yellow Springs, Ohio 

America needs the experimental college. 
R. W. Tyler. Ed Forum 28:151-7 Ja '64: 
Same cond. Ed Digest 29:40-2 D '63 

Co-op education: contribvition to teacher edu- 
cation. B. Thompson. Nat Comm Teach 
Ed Prof Stand Offlcial Report 1963:291-300 

Different kind of discipline; International 
work-study program. P. Abrams and I. 
Abrams. il Overseas 2:17-22 My '63 
ANTIQUES 

See also 

Collectors and collecting 

ANTI-SEMITISM 

See also 
Jews 
ANTI -SOCIAL behavior. See Behavior, Anti- 
social 
ANXIETY 
Effect of differential failure on expectation 
of success, reported anxiety, and response 
uncertainty. N. T. Feather, bibliog J Per- 
sonal 31:289-312 S '63 
Level of anxiety, interference proneness, 
and defensive reactions to fear-arousing 
information. P. R. Robbins. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 31:163-78 Je '63 



Man: anxious or guilty? a second look at 
Kierkegaard's The concept of dread. K. 
Hamilton, bibliog f Christian Scholar 46: 
293-9 Wint '63 

Maternal anxiety during pregnancy and ade- 
quacy of mother and child adjustment eight 
months following childbirth. A. Davids and 
others, bibliog Child Develop 34:993-1002 D 
'63 

Measurement of speech disturbance in anxi- 
ous children. P. G. Zimbardo and others, 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 28:362-70 
N '63 

Need to predict and control under conditions 
of threat. L. A. Pervin. bibliog J Personal 
31:570-87 D '63 

Physiological and the psychological con- 
comitants of stage fright. A. Y. Martin. 
Mus Educators J 50:100-8 Ja '64 

Relation of test anxiety, defensiveness, and 
intelligence to sociometric status. K. T. 
Hill, bibliog Child Develop 34:767-76 S '63 

Relationship between the ability to acquire 
interviewing skills and authoritarianism 
and manifest anxiety. A. Dispenzieri and 
B. Balinsky. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
42:40-2 S '63 

Studies of reinforcement of aggression: ef- 
fects of emotionally-arousing antecedent 
conditions. H. Hops and R. H. Walters, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:553-62 S '63 

Tension and anxiety. P. S. Gold. J Sec Ed 
38:13 O '63 

Test anxiety and performance on projective 
tests. J. Doris and others, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:751-66 S '63 

Tests, snakes, and the dark. K. Reeves, il 
Grade Teach 81:8-f O '63 

Visual discrimination and social reinforce- 
ment in normal and emotionally disturbed 
boys. R. M. Knights, bibliog J Personal 32: 
145-61 Mr '64 
See also 

Fear 

Research 

Anxiety. B. K. Ruebush. bibliog Nat Soc 
Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1:460-516 '63 

Anxiety and academic prediction. L. R. Mal- 
nig. bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11:72-5 Spr 
'64 

Children's manifest anxiety scale: validity 
and applicability for retarded subjects and 
comparison to normals. S. A. Warren and 
H. L. Collier. bibUog Train Sch Bui 60:192- 
200 P '64 

Identifying anxieties experienced by student 
teachers. M. L. Thompson. J Teach Ed 14: 
435-9 D '63 

Mathematical-verbal ability differentials of 
situational anxiety as measured bv blood 
pressure change. R. L. Milliken. J Exp Ed 
32:309-11 Spr '64 

Personality and adjustment of high and low 
anxious children. J. P. Feldhusen and J. R. 
Thurston, bibliog J Ed Res 57:265-7 Ja '64 

Research report on anxiety in the classroom. 
L. Pocchiarl and J. Ness, bibliog J Ed Res 
57:163-5 N '63 
ANXIETY scales 

Effectiveness of the Anxiety differential in 
examination stress situations. T. R. Husek 
and S. Alexander. Ed & Psychol M 23:309- 
18 Sum '63 

Scoring the S-R inventory of anxiousness on 
the IBM basic 650. N. S. EndJer and others. 
Ed & Psychol M 24:143-6 Spr '64 

Test anxiety and defensiveness in Institu- 
tionalized and noninstitutionalized normal 
and retarded children. R. M. Knights, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:1019-26 D '63 
See also 

Taylor manifest anxiety scale 

Chlldrens forms 

Children's form of the Alpert-Haber achieve- 
ment anxiety scale. D. Stanford and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:1027-32 D '63 

Children's manifest anxiety scale: validity 
and applicability for retarded subjects 
and comparison to normals. S. A. Warren 
and H. L. Collier, bibliog Train Sch Bui 
60:192-200 P '64 

Exploratory study of the CMAS lie scale. H. 
E. Rie. bibliog Child Develop 34:1003-17 D 
'63 

Personality and adjustment of high and low 
anxious children. J. F. Feldhusen and J. R. 
Thurston, bibliog J Ed Res 57:265-7 Ja 
'64 

Reading ability and CMAS scores In educable 
mentally retarded boys. R Reger bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 68:652-5 Mr' '64 

Relations among social desirability, achieve- 
ment, and anxiety measures In children. 
P. W. Lunneborg. Child Develop 35:169-82 
Mr '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



APARTHEID. See South Africa— Race prob- 
lems 
APARTMENT houses 

Music, city livinj?, and the future. S. Diller. 
dias Mus J 22:68+ Mr '64 
APHASIA 
Art classes for aphasic children. J. B. Helms. 

il Sch Arts 63:35-6 Ja '64 
Black light box for reducing- attention scatter 
in aphasoid cases. M. F. Palmer and J. 
Hanselman. diags J Speech & Hearing Dis 
28:396-8 N '63 
Filmstrips as an adjunct to language therapy 
for aphasia. J. M. Wepman and A. 
Morency. J Speech & Hearing Dis 28:191-4 
My '63 

Case studies 
Case of aphasia. H. L. Gerstman. J Speech 

& Hearing Dis 29:89-91 F '64 
Case report of an edentulous aphasic laryn- 
gectomee. L. P. Goldstein. J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 29:86-7 F '64 
APHORISMS and apothegms 
On the uses of aphorisms in ethics. H. Mar- 
golius. bibliog Ed Forum 28:79-85 N '63 
APOLOGETICS 

Teaching methods 
Form criticism goes to college. E. Finn. Relig 
Ed 59:125-32 Mr '64 
APPARATUS, Chemical. See Chemical appara- 
tus 
APPARATUS, Physiological. See Physiological 

apparatus 
APPARATUS, Scientific. See Scientific appara- 
tus 
APPARATUS for the blind. See Blind. Ap- 
paratus for the 
APPARENT movement 
Perception of autokinetic movement by brain- 
injured and familial retardates. S. W. 
Bennett and C. H. Poit. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:413-16 N '63 
APPERCEPTION 

Tests and scales 
See also 
Childrens apperception test 
APPETITE, Abnormal. See Pica (pathology) 
APPLETON, Wisconsin 

Public schools 
Appleton educators successfully promote EBI 

day. il Wis J Ed 96:42 S '63 
How to grow elementary school principals in 
your own backyard. R. E. Kurtz. Sch Mgt 
8:106+ Mr '64 
APPLICATIONS for college admission. See 
Student selection — Colleges and universi- 
ties 
APPLICATIONS for positions 

Ethics opinion 44: employment application 

forms. NEA J 53:55 My '64 
Help the professional secretary market her 
talents. M. Wood. Bsns Ed World 43:19- 
21 Je '63 
How to get hired: advice to new Ph.D.'s. 

R. B. Hovey. Col Engl 25:1-6 O "63 
Individual differences in selection decisions. 
P. M. Rowe. bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:304-7 
O '63 
Job-hunting in a big city. J. N. Baker. 11 

J Col Placement 24:35+ D '63 
Letters and resumes; what the personnel 
men want. C. E. Peck, il J Col Placement 
24:125-6+ F '64 
Monroe offers a clinic for job-seekers. D. W. 
Stetz. Mich Ed J 41:34 Ja '64 
APPLIED mathematics. See Mathematics. Ap- 
plied 
APPLIED science. See Technology 
APPLIQUe work 
Appliciu(§ with upholstery samples. W. B. 
Toole, il Instr 73:107 N '63 
APPORTIONMENT 
Is your vote equal? M. Nord. map PTA Mag 
58:16-18 D '63 
APPRECIATION 
See also 
Aesthetics 
Art — Appreciation 

Drama — Appreciation and interpretation 
Literature — Appreciation and interpretation 
Moving picture!? — Appreciation 
Music — Appreciation 

Poetrv^ — Appreciation and interpretation 
Television broadcasting — ^Appreciation 

Research 
Evaluation in the noncognitive areas. L. B. 
Urdal. bibliog f TIP 2:213-17 O '63 
APPRENTICE teachers. See Student teachers 



APPRENTICES 

Training before entrance to the labor mar- 
ket. E. E. Goshen. Sch Shop 22:15-16 Je 
•63 

United association training program forges 
ahead; tenth annual apprentice contest and 
instructor training courses. Purdue univer- 
sity, il Am Voc J 38:19-22 O '63 

Great Britain 
Selecting the apprentice. R. A. Abel, bibliog 
Ed Res 6:110-20 F "64 

Netherlands 
Harbour apprenticeships; Rotterdam's Dock- 
ers' training school, il Times Ed Sup 2540: 
154 Ja 24 '64 

West Indies, British 

Apprenticeship system in the British West 
Indies. J. Latimer, bibliog f J Negro Ed 
33:52-7 "Wint '64 
APPRENTICESHIP system. See Apprentices — 

West Indies, British 
APPROVED schools. See Reformatories — Great 

Britain 
APPROXIMATE computation 

Iterative application for elementary algebra. 
L. Leake, jr. il Math Teach 57:12-15 Ja 
'64 

Iterative methods in high school algebra. 
A. R. Hesse, bibliog il Math Teach 57:16-19 
Ja '64 

On lifting oneself by one's own bootstraps: 
iteration schemes. A. A. Blank. Nat Council 
Teach Math Yrbk 28:274-84 '63 
See also 

Iteration, Method of 
APTITUDE. See Aptitudes 
APTITUDE tests 

Analysis of certain factors which may affect 
completion in supervised correspondence 
study. G. B. Childs. J Exp Ed 32:101-5 
Fall '63 

Anxiety and academic prediction. L. R. Mal- 
nig. bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11:72-5 Spr 
•64 

Challenge to vocational guidance: the spe- 
cialty oriented student. K. B. Hoyt. bibliog 
Voc Guid Q 11:192-8 Spr '63 

Comparative prediction of college major-fleld 
grades by pure-factor aptitude, interest, 
and personality measures. J. W. French, 
bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23:767-74 Wint '63 

Improvement of tests. M. D. Engelhart and 
J. M. Beck. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 
pt2:163-92 '63 

Prediction of proficiency in a modern and 
traditional course in beginning algebra. 
H. G. Osburn and R. S. Melton, bibliog Ed 
<fe Psychol M 23:277-87 Sum '63 

Prediction of vocational success. R. L. Thorn- 
dike. Voc Guid Q 11:179-87 Spr ^63 

Question of abuses in the use of aptitude and 
achievement tests. B. J. Furst. TIP 2:199- 
204 O '63 

Selection and guidance of students for tech- 
nical and vocational education. M. L. Craw- 
ford. Am Voc J 39:14-15+ Ap '64 

Teachers and re.'jources for urban education; 
stvident appraisal. H. R. Schueler. Nat 
Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 
1963:238 

What I look for in a review of a scholastic 
aptitude test or battery. J. R. Hills. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:711-14 Mr '64 

What to look for in a review of a vocational 
aptitude test. W. L. Layton. Personnel 
& Guid J 42:815-17 Ap '64 
See also 

College aptitude — Tests and scales 

College entrance examination board scho- 
lastic aptitude test 

Differential aptitude tests 

Drake musical aptitude tests 

Flanagan aptitude classification tests 

General aptitude test battery 

Preliminary scholastic aptitude test 

APTITUDES 

Excellence and the later bloomer. R. K. 

Merton. Sup Stud 5:37-8 Mr '63 
Need and the settin.g. J. AVest and R. C. 

Doll, bibliog Assn Sup & Curric Develop 

Yrbk 1964:1-8 
Project talent; some early findings from a 

nationwide survey. J. C. Flanagan, il 

NEA J 53:8-10 Ja '64; Same. Ed Digest 

29:20-2 Ap '64 
Talent and performance: a report from 

Columbia university. E. Ginzberg. Year 

Book of Ed 1962:438-44 
Talent and today's schools. J. N. Bryan. Sup 

Stud 6:3-9 N '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



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APTITUDE S — Continued 
Vocationally talented pupils. W. Spence. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 53:20+ Mr '64 
See also 
College aptitude 

Research 
Effect of early father absence on scholastic 
aptitude. L. Carlsmith. biblioj? Harvard Ed 
R 34:3-21 Wint '64 
Relationship of interest to aptitude by profiles 
and bv interest areas. W. P. Ewens. bib- 
lioff Personnel & Guid J 42:359-63 D '63 
AQUARIUMS 
Pollywog-s to frogrs. J. E. Hyer and M. D. 
Hyer. il Grade Teach 81:44-f Ap '64 
AQUATIC animals. See Fresh water fauna; 

Marine fauna 
AQUATIC plants 
See also 
Duckweed 
AQUATIC sports 
Takine: to the water. H. Littlewood. il Times 

Ed Sup 2543:357-62 F 14 '64 
Water prames add to confldence, control and 
competence. B. E. Empleton. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:37 My '63 
See also 
Swimming 

Research 
Research as an aid to improved instruction 
in aquatics skills. H. T. Friermood. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:44 My '63 

Safety devices and measures 
Twelve water emergencies: could your pupils 
save themselves? J. de Cicco. il Safety Ed 
43:10-13 Ap '64 
ARAB states 
See also 
Education — Arab states 
United Arab Republic 
ARABIC language 
English and other languages In Afghanistan. 
G. Cannon. Mod Lang J 47:314-18 N '63 
ARBOR day 

To plant a tree is a wonderful thing. R. W. 
Stevens, il Grade Teach 81:68-1- Ap '64 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Because today is Arbor day. O. Menius. 

Grade Teach 81:39+ Ap '64 
It's Arbor day. R. Nathanson. Instr 73:34 Mr 

'64 
Talking trees. H. F. McKee. Grade Teach 
81:38+ Ap '64 
ARC welding. See Electric welding, Arc 
ARCATA, California 

High school 
Christmas art show. P. C. Degenhart. il Arts 
& Activities 54:27-9 N '63 
ARCHDIOCESAN vocation endeavor 
Modern techniques for promoting sisters 
vocations: Archdiocesan vocation endeavor. 
Sister Marie and others. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:519-26 Ag '63 
ARCHEOLOGY 

Bibliography 
To learn, to look, to live; a bibliography of 
children's literature. K. Marantz. Art Ed 
17:24-5 My '64 
ARCHERY 
Having a first shot at archery, il Times Ed 

Sup 2520:266 S 6 '63 
Safety in archery. Safety Ed 43:27-30 O '63 

Equipment 
Archery tarsret idea. D. McCain, il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:59 N '63 
ARCHITECTS 
Keyman in the battle for space. H. J. Har- 
man. Am Sch Bd J 147:28 S '63 

Selection 
How to select an architect. M. Llebeskind. 

Nations Sch 73:61 Ja '64 
Selecting the architect; sjTnposium of com- 
ments by thirteen architects. Am Sch & 
Univ 34:15-22 '62 
ARCHITECTS, American 
See also 
Gropius. "W. 
ARCHITECTURAL acoustics. See Acoustics, 

Architectural 
ARCHITECTURAL education 

Technical schools 
Architectural technology. P. J. Lougeay. 11 
Sch Shop 23:40-1+ O '63 



Great Britain 
Statistical framework; Royal Institute of 
British architects new series of tables. 
Times Ed Sup 2529:666 N 8 '03 
Training the architect. Times Ed Sup 2514: 
123 Jl 26 '63 
ARCHITECTURAL models 
21st century school has room at the top to 
grow, World's fair exhibit shows, il Nations 
Sch 73:132+ Ap '64 
ARCHITECTURE 
jSee also 
Space (architecture) 

Exhibitions 

Plant and spirit. Teach Col Rec 65:420-1 
F '64 
ARCHITECTURE. Ancient 
Man-made miracles, il Ind Arts Teach 23:16- 
18 N '63 
ARCHITECTURE, College. See College archi- 
tecture 
ARCHITECTURE, Gothic 
Grandpa would also approve. M. D. Marshall, 
il Arts & Activities 55:31-2 Ap '64 
ARCHITECTURE, Junior college. See Junior 

coHesres — Buildings 
ARCHITECTURE, Modern 

Brasilia. J. B. Searles. il plan Sch Arts 63: 

24-8 O '63 
Man-made miracles. 11 Ind Arts Teach 23:16- 

18 N '63 
Modern architecture. E. D. Stone, bibliog 

il NEA J 53:54-7 P '64 
Vision in art in people to people. E. D. Stone, 
il Art Ed 17:5-11 Ja '64 
ARCHITECTURE, School. See School buildings 
ARCHIVES 

Indiana 
National D.E. archives established. F. H. 
Carter, il Am Voc J 38:8 D '63 
ARCTIC REGIONS 

Ends of the earth. N. A. Ostenso. bibliog 

maps Sci Teach 30:11-15 S '63 
Polar lands: science facts and activities. J. 
G. Navarra. maps Instr 73:86-7 Ja '64 
ARDMORE, Pennsylvania 

Lower Merion township school 
district 
Do teachers deserve credit for travel? Inter- 
views. P. Hampton; D. W. Stager; R. Dl- 
Batista; H. D. Donald. Sch Mgt 7:46-8+ 
D '63 

Lower Merion township high school 

Eclectic, experimental program in composi- 
tion; Lower Merion township, Ardmore, 
Pa. E. L. Prestwood. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:38-43 F '64 
AREA measurement 

Area of a rectangle. L. A. Ringenberg. diags 
Math Teach 56:329-32 My '63 
AREA redevelopment act. See Educational laws 

and legislation — United States 
AREA studies 

Backdoor to the future. D. N. Bigelow. Lib- 
eral Ed 49:481-7 D '63 

Foreign area studies in New York schools 
and colleges. W. Morehouse. Sch & Soc 91: 
280-2 O 5 '63 

Four college area studies. W. E. O'Donnell. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:12-17 F '64 

Language research in non-western studies. 
Higher Ed 19:14-15 Ap '63 

Modern foreign lansruages and NDEA, title 
VI. D. L. Hamilton. Higher Ed 19:3-8+ 
Jl '63 

Non-western studies in Indiana undergradu- 
ate education. J. M. Thompson. Teach 
Col J .'?4:148-52 Mr '63 

Retooling for a new liberal arts program. 
W. L. Hickman. Liberal Ed 50:22-7 Mr '64 

Two languaere and area centers added for 
1963-64. Hisher Ed 19:14 Ap '63 

University studies in minority cultures; a 
plea for strengthening the study of neg- 
lected civilizations. J. Neusner. J Higher 
Ed 35:202-6 Ap '64 
See also 

American studies 

>^=!ian .=tudies 

Chinese studies 

Latin American studies 
AREA tests. See Graduate record examinations 
AREA vocational schools. See Vocational 

schools 
ARGENTINA 
See also 

Education — Argentina 

Education and the state — Argentina 



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ARGENTINA in literature 
Eugenio Cambac6r6s: the vortex of contro- 
versy. P P. Beck, bibliog Hispania 46:755- 
9 D '63 
ARGENTINE literature , ^ . 

Aim and function of costumbrxsmo porteno. 
H. li). L.ewald. bibliog Hispania 46:525-9 
S '63 

Appreciation and interpretation 
Renunciation and hope in Nal6 Roxlo's ma- 
ture poetry. J. F. Tull, jr. bibliog Hispania 
46:533-5 S '63 
ARGENTINE poetry 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See Argentine literature — ^Appreciation 
and interpretation 

ARGUEDAS, Alcldes .,v, /,. -cr, i ^c. 

Kaza de bronce. H. L. Alberdl. Hispania 46: 
53U-2 S '63 
ARGUMENT ^ ^. 

Classiflca-tion of the argumentative proposi- 
tion. W. F. Terris. Q J Speech 49:266-73 
O '63; Reply with rejoinder. H. Howard. 
50:75-7 F '64 . . ^ ^ *• 

Minucian, On epicheiremes: an Introduction 
and a translation. P. A. Meador, jr. Speech 
Mon 31:54-63 Mr '64 
See also 
Debates and debating 
Persuasion 
ARISTA league , ^ i, a • * c, t 

Origin and early stages of Arista. S. J. 
Ellison. H Points 46:42-52 Ap '64 
ARISTOPHANES^^ ^ ^^^. ^ ^ 

Aristophanes, Athens and Attica. C. T. 
Murphy, il Class J 59:306-23 Ap '64 

Aristotle and Sidney on imitation. T. C. 

Kishler. Class J 59:63-4 N '63 
Associationism and the internal senses of 

Aristotle. T. J. Gannon, bibliog f Cath Ed R 

61:505-18 N '63 

ARITHMETIC ^ ^ ^ ,. ^ . o T.,r ^u 

Finding squares. R. A. Lee. Sch Sci & Math 
63:672-3 N '63 , . ,,. .^ . . 

Utilization of feral intelligence criteria in a 
critical assessment of the qualitative values 
accruing under new math; satire. M. Gar- 
barini. Mich Ed J 41:19-20 Ap '64 
See also 

Addition 

Algorism 

Decimal system 

Division 

Factors and factoring 

Fractions 

Multiplication 

Numerals 

Numeration 

Ratio and proportion 

Square root 

Subtraction 

Zero (the number) 

Achievements, Student 

Action research study in arithmetic. O. B. 
Aftreth and D. G. MacBachern. Arith 
Teach 11:30-2 Ja '64 „ , , 

Arithmetic achievement in England and cen- 
tral Minnesota. R. T. Johnson and R. A. 
Anderson. Arith Teach 11:176-80 Mr '64 

Attitude and achievement in arithmetic. H. 
Bassham and others. Arith Teach 11:66-72 
F '64 

Comparison of arithmetic achievement in 
England, central California, and Georgia. 
G. M. Thomason and A. F. Perrodin. Arith 
Teach 11:181-5 Mr '64 

Competence in arithmetic of prospective 
Georgia elementary teacher. J. L. Creswell. 
Arith Teach 11:248-50 Ap '64 

Description of twenty arithmetic under- 
achievers. R. Ross. Arith Teach 11:235-41 
Ap 'G4 

Educational disability in emotionally dis- 
turbed children. F. B. Stone and V. N. 
Rowley. Excep Child 30:423-6 My '64 

Effect of Culsenalre materials on reasoning 
and computation. R. A. Passy. Arith Teach 
10:439-40 N '63 

Effects of homogeneous grouping in seventh- 
grade arithmetic. I. H. Balow. Arith Teach 
11:186-91 Mr '64 

Evaluation of an In-servlce arithmetic pro- 
gram. A. K. Ruddell land I. H. Balow. J Ed 
Res 57:34-8 S '63 

Evaluation of topics in modern mathematics. 
H. I. Peck. Arith Teach 10:277-9 My '63 

Growth in number readiness in kindergarten 
children. W. H. Dutton. bibliog Arith Teach 
10:251-5 My '63 

Improving problem solving by improving 
verbal generalization. E. H. Irish. Arith 
Teach 11:169-75 Mr '64 



In-service education in arithmetic: three ap- 
proaches. A. K. Ruddell and G. W. Brown. 
El Sch J 64:377-82 Ap '64 

Mathematics in-service education: teacher 
growth increases pupil growth. W. R. 
Houston and M. V. DeVault. bibliog f Arith 
Teach 10:243-7 My '63 

Parents and children learn about arithmetic. 
B. Sitts and M. Sitts. El Sch J 64:31-5 O 
'63 

Pre-service and in-service education of ele- 
mentary school teachers in arithmetic. 
W. H. Dutton and A. P. Cheney. Arith 
Teach 11:192-8 Mr '64 

Reading and computation ability as de- 
terminants of problem solving. I. H. Balow. 
bibliog Arith Teach 11:18-22 Ja '64 

Survey of the attainments and Interests of 
ten-year-old children from differing geo- 
graphical environments within a county. A. 
N. Smith. Brit J Ed Psychol 33:325-6 N '63 

Testing the Culsenalre method. W. H. Lucow. 
Arith Teach 10:435-8 N '63 

Time allotment and pupil achievement. O. T. 
Jarvls. bibliog f Ed 84:300-3 Ja '64 

Time allotment relationships to pupil 
achievement in arithmetic. O. T. Jarvis. 
bibliog Arith Teach 10:248-50 My '63 

Activities 
Fun, fact, and fancy. C. R. Parrish. Arith 

Teach 11:39-41 Ja '64 
Open-ended practice exercise. E. Deans. 
Arith Teach 11:119-21 F '64 

Aims and objectives 

Aligning traditional with new mathematics. 
A. J. Lynch, bibliog Arith Teach 11:23-7 
Ja '64 

Beginning number experiences and structured 
materials. B. E. Andrews and L. D. Nel- 
son, bibliog f Arith Teach 10:330-3 O '63 

New math: what is it? F. Smith. Tex Outl 
48:32-34- Ap '64 

Bibliography 
Annotated bibliography of articles in peri- 
odicals; arithmetic. Nat Council Teach 
Math Yrbk 28:219-21 '63 

Correlation with other subjects 
Is the traditional ninth-grade mathematics 

course needed? O. L. Petersen. Sch Sci & 

Math 63:477-8 Je '63 
Math (like art) is everywhere. O. Sutton, il 

Arts & Activities 53:33-4 Je '63 

Curriculum 

Effecting change in a large county system; 

Dade County, Florida. J. F. Weaver. Arith 

Teach 10:294-7 My '63 
Elementary school mathematics; new empha- 
sis on thought. Times Ed Sup 2527:574 O 25 

'63 
Fundamentals of modern mathematics. L. M. 

Fur bush. Nat Cath Bd Assn Bui 60:408-12 

Ag '63 
How to implement a modern mathematics 

program: Interviews. G. Balrd; H. A. 

Scheetz: E. D. Andrews; G. W. Booth, il 

Sch Mgt 7:55-60-1- O '63 
New look at the old mathematics. V. 

Schult. il NBA J 53:12-15 Ap '64 
New mathematics. Calif Ed 1:16 N '63 
Revolution in mathematics. D. T. j:)awson 

and W. F. McCllntock. Nat El Prin 43: 

15-21 S '63 
What schools are doing; elementary school 

mathematics. G. Wagner, bibliog Ed 83: 

571-3 My '63 

Difficulties 
Arithmetic and the difficulties of calculative 

thinking. J. D. Williams. Ed Res 5:216-28 

Je '63 
Does the order of presentation of numerical 

data in multi-steps arithmetic problems 

affect their difficulty? P. C. Burns and J. 

L. Yonally. Sch Sci & Math 64:267-70 Ap 

•64 
Reasons for the failure of first-graders in 

arithmetic. A. M. Leushina. Soviet Ed 6: 

7-16 Ja '64 

Errors 
Importance of elementary operations. Brother 

U. Alfred. Math Teach 56:614-19 D '63 

Exhibits 

Math (like art) Is evei-ywhere. O. Sutton. 
11 Arts & Activities 53:33-4 Je '63 

Motivation 

Arithmetic is fun. L. Rapp. Arith Teach 10: 
256-8 My '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



53 



A R I T H M E T I C — Continued 

Problem solving 

Does the order of presentation of numerical 
data in multi-steps arithmetic problenis 
affect their difUculty? P. C. Burns and J. 
L. Yonally. Sch Sci & Math 64:267-70 Ap 
'64 . „ ,^ 

Importance of elementary operations. Brother 
U. Alfred. Math Teach 56:614-19 D '63 . 

Improving problem solving by improvmg 
verbal generalization. E. H. Irish. Arith 
Teach 11:169-75 Mr '64 

Readinff and computation ability as de- 
terminants of problem solving. I. H. Balow. 
bibliog Arith Teach 11:18-22 Ja '64 

Understanding relationships: an essential for 
solving equations. F. Flournoy. El Sch J 
64:214-17 Ja '64 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^, 

Use of the common denominator and the 
reciprocal in dividing fractions. A. J. 
Shrvock and A. Riedesel. Sch Sci & Math 
64:53-9 Ja '64 

Problems, exercises, etc. 
Can present-day students work problems of 

seven or eight generations ago? C. B. Read. 

il Math Teach 56:538-40 N '63 
Finding the area of the black. R. T. Walls. 

Arith Teach 11:98+ F '64 
Finding the LCM and GCD in base seven 

using the Euclidean algorithm. E. C. 

Johnson. Arith Teach 11:1004- F '64 
Historical mathematics materials for use in 

teaching arithmetic. P. C. Burns. Arith 

Teach 11:262-6 Ap '64 
Multiplication: using equations and postu- 
lates in patterned form. P. Dubitsky. Arith 

Teach 10:509-13 D '63 
Open-ended practice exercise. E. Deans. 

Arith Teach 11:119-21 F '64 
Roman numerals can be challenging. C. A. 

Riedesel and A. N. Schwartz. Sch Sci & 

Math 64:143-5 F '64 
Sixth graders compose space problems. K. 

Reuter. il Arith Teach 11:201-4 Mr '64 
Some mathematical notebooks of the late 

18th century. C. B. Read, il Sch Sci & 

Math 6::l:447-50 Je '63 
Three problems of using equations in ele- 
mentary arithmetic programs. F. B. May. 

Arith Teach 11:166-8 Mr '64 
Verbal problem solving. F. E. Grossnickle. 

Arith Teach 11:12-17 Ja '64 . „ 

What has eighteen legs and catches flies? 

B. E. Adkins. Arith Teach 10:293 My '63 
Word problems in elementary mathematics. 

A. P. Hagaman. Arith Teach 11:10-11 Ja 

'64 ^ . . 

Programmed teachmg 

Arithmetic enrichment through the use of 

the modified program. C. A. Riedesel. Arith 

Teach 10:501-3 D '63 
In slow gear: on teaching arithmetic to slow 

learners. C. A. Riedesel. Instr 73:28 N '63 
Shift to new math. B. G. Nunley. Tex Outl 

47:29 S '63 

Projects 
Constructing an inexpensive sphere. N. C. 

Whitman and S. Okita. Arith Teach 11: 

261-2 Ap '64 
Problems in presenting a grocery store les- 
son. R. A. Korey. Arith Teach 10:446-8 N 

•63 

Readiness 
Growth in number readiness in kindergarten 

children. W. H. Dutton. bibliog Arith 

Teach 10:251-5 My '63 
Ready for numbers. L. R. Mohn and N. C. 

Mohn. il Grade Teach 81:38+ F '64 

Research 

Bibliography 
Research on elementary school mathematics, 

1962. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 10:297-300 
Mv '63 

Research on elementary school mathematics, 

1963. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 11:273-5 
Ap '64 

Subject matter 
As good as gold. T. J. Jennings. Arith Teach 

11:118-19 F '64 
Elementary school principal and mathematics 

instruction. B. E. McArthur. Arith Teach 

10:339-43 O '63 
Reading and writing Roman numerals. J. Q. 

Long. Grade Teach 81:65+ N '63 
Solving algebraic equations in grade 2. R. H. 

Gimmel. Arith Teach 10:357-8 O '63 

Teacher education 
Competence in arithmetic of prospective 
Georgia elementary teacher. J. L. Creswell. 
Arith Teach 11:248-50 Ap '64 



Pre-service and in-sei^ice education of ele- 
mentary school teachers in arithmetic. 
W. H. Dutton and A. P. Cheney. Arith 
Teach 11:192-8 Mr '64 

Uneven progress of the revolution In elemen- 
tary school mathematics. J. L. Marks. Arith 
Teach 10:474-8 D '63 

Teacher education in service 

Effecting change in a large county system; 
Dade County, Florida. J. F. Weaver. Arith 
Teach 10:294-7 My '63 

Evaluation of an in-service arithmetic pro- 
gram. A. K. Ruddell and I. H. Balow. J Ed 
Res 57:34-8 S '63 

Foundations of mathematics for elementary 
schools: an in-service project. J. F. 
Weaver. Arith Teach 10:359-64 O '63 

In-servnce course for elementary arithmetic 
teachers. D. Tredway. Arith Teach 10:344-6 
O '63 , „ 

In-service education and the teacher. J. F. 
"\Veaver. Arith Teach 10:456-7 N '03 

In-service education in arithmetic: three ap- 
proaches. A. K. Ruddell and G. W. Brown. 
El Sch J 64:377-82 Ap '64 

Mathematics in-service education: teacher 
growth increases pupil growth. W. R. 
Houston and M. V. DeVault. bibliog f 
Arith Teach 10:243-7 My '63 

New math; training for transition. J. B. 
Bass. Tex Outl 48:36 Ap '64 

Pre-service and in-service education of ele- 
mentary school teachers in arithmetic. 
W. H. Dutton and A. P. Cheney. Arith 
Teach 11:192-8 Mr '64 

Shift to new math. B. G. Nunley. Tex Outl 
47:29 S '63 

Teaching 

Activity approach to critical thinking. P. F. 

Kavett. Instr 73:116+ N '63 
Comments and advice from your counselors; 

mathematics. E. J. Swenson. See issues 

of Instructor 
Does modern math Ignore learning theory? 

D. Rappaport. Phi Delta Kappan 44:445-7 

Je '63: Same cond. Ed Digest 29:47-9 N '63 
Elementary school mathematics; new em- 
phasis on thought. Times Ed Sup 2527:574 

O 25 '63 
Elementary school principal and mathematics 

instruction. B. E. McArthur. Arith Teach 

10:339-43 O '63 
How to teach base 5 in the grades. Sister 

Mary Teresa, il Cath Sch J 63:27-30 O '63 
In the classroom; ed. by E. Deans. See is- 
sues of Arithmetic teacher 
Modern mathematics and the elementary 

teacher. E. H. Harper, bibliog Arith Teach 

10:412-16 N '63 
New math: what is it? F. Smith. Tex Outl 

48:32-3+ Ap '64 
Revolution in mathematics. D. T. Dawson 

and W. F. McClintock. Nat El Prin 43:15-21 

S '63 , . , . 

Self-estimates of ability to teach arithmetic. 

P. J. Groff. Arith Teach 10:479-80 D '63 
Using a spring scale in arithmetic class. 

H. J. Murphy, jr. il Volta R 65:378-80 S '63 
Waynesboro's Westwood Hills school adopts 

sweeping change in mathematics teaching. 

M. Collins, il Va J Ed 56:13-14 My '63 

Bibliopraphy 
Selected references on elementary-school In- 
struction; arithmetic (cont) comp. by M. 
L. Hartung. El Sch J 64:169-71 D '63 

Evaluation 
Effect of Cuisenaire materials on reasoning 

and computation. R. A. Passy. Arith Teach 

10:439-40 N '63 
Evaluation of topics in modern mathematics. 

H. I. Peck. Arith Teach 10:277-9 My '63 

History 
Some mathematical notebooks of the late 
18th century. C. B. Read, il Sch Sci & 
Math 63:447-50 Je '63 

Research 

Focal point; ed. by .T. F. Weaver. See issues 

of Arithmetic teacher January 1963- 
Research on elementarv school mathematics. 

1962. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 10:297-300 
My '63 

Research on elementary school mathematics, 

1963. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 11:273-5 
Ap '64 

Fifth grades 

Exploring rate graphs with gifted ten-year- 
olds. B. Lansdown. Arith Teach 11:146-9 
Mr '64 

Fifth graders play the stock market. N. Bal- 
mer. Chicago Sch J 45:87-8 N '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ARITHMETIC— Teaching— Fifth grades— Cpnt. 
Individualized teaching of fifth- and sixth- 
grade arithmetic. W. A. Graham. Arith 
Teach 11:233-4 Ap '64 

First grades 

Evaluation of an in-service arithmetic pro- 
gram. A. K. Ruddell and I. H. Balow. J Ed 
Res 57:34-8 S '63 , „ ,, , a -kt n 

Ready for numbers. L. R. Mohn and N, C. 
Mohn. 11 Grade Teach 81:384- F '64 

Reasons for the failure of first-graders in 
arithmetic. A. M. Leushina. Soviet Ed b. 
7-16 Ja '64 

Fourth grades 

Action research study in arithmetic. O. .B. 
Aftreth and D. G. MacBachern. Arith 
Teach 11:30-2 Ja '64 *• n rt 

Experiment in individualized arithmetic. C O. 
Potamkin. El Sch J 64:155-62 D 63 

Fourth-grade pupils study a number system 
with base five. H. H. Lerch. J Ed Res 57: 
59-63 O '63 

Intermediate grades 

Creative mathematics lesson. H. Ruchlis. 

Does the ' order of presentation of numerical 
data in multi-steps arithmetic problenis 
affect their difficulty? P. C. Burns and J. 
lT Yonally. Sch Sci & Math 64:267-70 Ap 
'64 

New approach to the teaching of fractions 
in the intermediate grades.^ A. P. Ri ess. 
il Sch Sci & Math 64:111-19 F '64 

Junior high schools 
Preliminary evaluation of SMSG instruction 
in arithmetic and alg;ebra for seventh, 
eighth, and ninth grade pupils. R. W. 
Cassel and M. Jerman. bibhog Calif J Ed 
Res 14:202-7 N '63; Reply with rejoinder, 
H. A. Bowman. 15:52-5 Mr '64 

Kindergarten 
Clocks in kindergarten. M. Rice. Arith Teach 

10:455 N '63 . ^ ,.^ ^ _ „, 

Guiding number experiences. Calif J El Ed 

31:237-9 My '63 . ^ ^.^ . 

Kindergarten mathematics. L. Fitzsimons. 

diags Arith Teach 11:33-5 Ja '64 

Primary grades 
Approach to subtraction using easy facts. 

E S. Irwin. Arith Teach 11:260-1 Ap '64 
School mathematics study group project on 

elementary school mathematics, grades K-3. 

J F. Weaver. Arith Teach 10:514-16 D 

•63 

Second grades 
Arithmetic experiment in second grade. S. 

Barry and B. Stroetzel. Instr 73:54+ O 63 
Arithmetic is fun. L. Rapp. Arith Teach 10: 

256-8 My '63 . ^. . ^ „ x> tt 

Solving algebraic equations in grade 2. R. H. 

Gimmel. Arith Teach 10:357-8 O '63 
Triangle number game, recommended for 

grade 2. E. A. Maline. Arith Teach 11:270- 

2 Ap '64 

Sixth grades 
Individualized teaching of fifth- and sixth- 
grade arithmetic. W. A. Graham. Arith 

Teach 11:233-4 Ap '64 „ _ „ „ , 
Metric system in grade 6. D. R. Bowles. 

Arith Teach 11:36-8 Ja '64^ ,.. , . 

Rationalizing inverting and multiplying. A. 

M. Chabe. Arith Teach 10:272-3 My '63 

Third grades 
Parents and children learn about arithmetic. 
E. Sitts and M. Sitts. El Sch J 64:31-5 
O '63 

California 
Comparison of arithmetic achievement in 
England, central California, and Georgia. 
G. M. Thomason and A. F. Perrodin. Arith 
Teach 11:181-5 Mr '64 

Georgia 
Comparison of arithmetic achievement in 
England, central California, and Georgia. 
G. M. Thomason and A. F. Perrodin. Arith 
Teach 11:181-5 Mr '64 

Great Britain 
Arithmetic achievement in England and 

central Minnesota. R. T. Johnson and R. A. 

Ander.son. Arith Teach 11:176-80 Mr '64 
Comparison of arithmetic achievement in 

Eng-land. central California, and Georgia. 

G. M. Thomason and A. F. Perrodin. Aritb 

Teach 11:181-5 Mr '64 



Logic in the primary school; Lewis Carroll's 
Game of logic, il Times Ed Sup 2523:391 S 
27 '63 

Mathematics for all; primary and sixth form 
ideas. Times Ed Sup 2524:444 O 4 '63 

Minnesota 
Arithmetic achievement in England and 
central Minnesota. R. T. Johnson and R, A. 
Anderson. Arith Teach 11:176-80 Mr '64 

Russia 

Current problems of teaching arithmetic. A. 
S. Pchelko. Soviet Ed 5:13-22 S '63 

Reasons for the failure of first-graders in 
arithmetic. A. M. Leushina. Soviet Ed 6: 
7-16 Ja '64 . „ ^ „^ 

Soviet nonbase-ten numeration. H. C. Sher- 
man. Arith Teach 11:99 F '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Arithmetical abstractions, progress toward 
maturity of concepts under differing pro- 
grams of instruction. W. A. Brownell. 
Arith Teach 10:322-9 O '63 

Beginning number experiences and struc- 
tured materials. E. E. Andrews and L. D. 
Nelson, bibliog f Arith Teach 10:330-3 O 
'63 

Bulletin boards for elementary school arith- 
metic. D. E. Hall, il Arith Teach 11:114-15 
F '04 

Easily made arithmetic aids. R. B. Bridgers, 
jr. diag Arith Teach 10:507-8 D '63 

Effect of Cuisenaire materials on reasoning 
and computation. R. A. Passy. Arith Teach 
10:439-40 N '63 ^ „ .„ 

Fun. fact, and fancy. C. R. Parrish. Anth 
Teach 11:39-41 Ja '64 

Game of Ave. H. J. Shurlow. il Arith Teach 
10:290-1 My '63 . , , 

Historical mathematics materials for use in 
teaching arithmetic. P. C. Burns. Arith 
Teach 11:262-6 Ap '64 

How to teach base 5 in the grades. Sister 
Mary Teresa, i! Cath Sch J 63:27-30 O '63 

Inexpensive devices for teaching arithmetic. 
M. M. Ingersol and B. Massarsky. Chicago 
Sch J 45:283 Mr '64 

Kindergarten mathematics. L. Fitzsimons. 
diags Arith Teach 11:33-5 Ja '64 , ^ 

Math for the blind; an unusual approach In 
teaching mathematics. U. Auld. il Mich 
Ed J 41:22-4 Ap '64 

Multiplication tables and dominoes. J. Ken- 
nedy and V. Blume. il Arith Teach 10:283 

My '63 , . , .. ^ 

Register receipts teach arithmetic. C. 

Schaafsma. Chicago Sch J 45:281 Mr '64 
Teaching guide on a pack rat's shelf. B. 

M. Irving, il Arith Teach 10:504-7 D '63 
Triangle number game, recommended for 

grade 2. E. A. Maline. Arith Teach 11:270- 

2 Ap '64 „„ . 

Try an arithmetic tournament. L. White. 

Instr 73:140 S '63 
Use of manipulative devices in teaching 

mathematics. A. L. Bernstein, il Arith 

Teach 10:280-3 My '63 
Using a math caddy to store and display 

manipulative devices. I. M. Heard, il Arith 

Teach 10:355-7 O '63 
See also 
Abacus 

Teaching methods 
Adventure in discovery. M. Pincus. Arith 

Teach 11:28-9 Ja '64 
Aligning traditional with new mathematics. 

A. J. Lynch, bibliog Arith Teach 11:23-7 

Ja '64 , , ., 

Arithmetic enrichment through the use of 

the modified program. C. A. Riedesel. Arith 

Teach 10:501-3 D '63 
Arithmetical abstractions, progress toward 

maturity of concepts under differing pro- 
grams of instruction. W. A. Brownell. 

Arith Teach 10:322-9 O '63 

Emphasis on the individual. U. Auld. il Mich 

Ed J 41:22-4 N '63 
Experiment in individualized arithmetic. C. 

C. Potamkin. EI Sch J 64:155-62 D '63 
Grouping plus individualized instruction aids 

arithmetic understanding. V. W. Browning. 

Rch Sz Com 50:144- O '63 
Individualized teaching of fifth- and sixth- 
grade arithmetic. W. A. Graham. Arith 

Teach 11:233-4 Ap '64 
Learning by discovery; what Is learned? B. 

Y. Kersh. bibliog Arith Teach 11:226-32 Ap 

'64 
Math for the blind; an unusual approach in 

teaching mathematics. U. Auld. il Mich 

Ed J 41:22-4 Ap '64 
New math means better method. Sister Mary 

Ann Joachim, il Cath Sch J 63:44-5 S '63 



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35 



ARITHMETIC — Teaching methods — Continued 

Tv offers new experiences in arithmetic. H. 
M. Anderson. Wis J Ed 95:19 My '63 

Use of the common denominator and the 
reciprocal in dividing fractions. A. J. 
Shryock and A. Riedesel. diags Sch Sci 
& Math 64:5.3-9 Ja '64 

You can individualize arithmetic Instruction. 
P. Searight. Arith Teach 11:199-200 Mr 
•64 

Evaluation 

Action research study in arithmetic. O. B. 
Aftreth and D. G. MacEachern. Arith 
Teach 11:30-2 Ja '64 

Effects of homogeneous grouping in seventh- 
grade arithmetic. I. H. Balow. Arith Teach 
11:186-91 Mr '64 

Evaluation of an in-service arithmetic pro- 
gram. A. K. Ruddell and I. H. Balow. J Ed 
Res 57:34-8 S '63 

Frames, frames, and more frames. M. Folsom. 
Arith Teach 10:484-5 D '63 

Grade placement and meaningful learning. 
P. Krich. Sch Scl & Math 64:131-7 F '64 

Preliminary evaluation of SMSG instruction 
in arithmetic and algebra for seventh, 
eighth, and ninth grade pupils. R. N. Cassel 
and M. Jerman. bibliog Calif J Ed Res 14: 
202-7 N '63; Reply with rejoinder, H. A. 
Bowman. 15:52-5 Mr '64 

Testing the Cuisenaire method. W. H. Lucow. 
Arith Teach 10:435-8 N '63 

Research 
Experimental study of two approaches to 
teaching percentage. D. C. T.redway and 
G. E. Hollister. Arith Teach 10:491-5 D 
'63 

Tests and scales 
Applying basic mathematical ideas in arith- 
metic. F. Flournoy. Arith Teach 11:104-8 
F '64 

Textbooks 
Comparison: textbooks, domestic and foreign. 
M. M. Dominy. bibliog Arith Teach 10:428- 
34 N '63 
Critical view of some professional literature 
in mathematics education. C. W. Schminke. 
bibliog f diags Sch Sci & Math 63:535-40 
O '63 
Learning tools for the new mathematics. 
E. J. Swenson. bibliog Instr 73:57+ Mr '64 
ARITHMETIC, Commercial 

Alms and objectives 
Outcomes in the refinement of computational 
knowledges and skills. J. Gruber. Nat 
Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:170-82 '63 

Diagnostic tests 
Outcomes in the refinement of computational 
knowledges and skills. J. Gruber. Nat 
Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:170-82 '63 

Problem solving 
Success without arithmetic? P. F. Menges. 
Bal Sheet 45:391-4 My '64 

Subject matter 
Relationship of base, rate, and percentage in 
business arithmetic. C. E. Roberts. Bal 
Sheet 45:114-164- N '63 

Teaching 
Success without arithmetic? P. F. Menges. 
Bal Sheet 45:391-4 My '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Television instruction in business mathemat- 
ics. R. E. Fairbank. Nat Comm Teach 
Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963:246-52 
Visualizing business mathematics calcula- 
tions. M:. R. Guthrie, diags Bal Sheet 45: 
296-7-f Mr '64 

Teaching methods 
Relationship of base, rate, and percentage In 
business arithmetic. C. B. Roberts. Bal 
Sheet 45:114-16-t- N '63 

Units of work 
Arithmetic project, automobile operation. C. 
D. Nadler. J Bsns Ed 39:108-10 D '63 
ARITHMETIC, Mental 

Mental arithmetic. R. H. Koenker. Grade 

Teach 81:128-31 S '63 
Verbal problem solving. F. E. Grossnickle. 
Arith Teach 11:12-17 Ja '64 
ARITHMETIC comprehension tests. See Com- 
prehension tests 
ARITHMETIC readiness. See Arithmetic — 
Readiness 

ARITHMETICAL ability. See Mathematical 
ability 



ARIZONA 

See also 

Conferences and conventions, Educational — 
Arizona 

Curriculum development — Arizona 

Educational laws and legislation — Arizona 

Junior colleges — Arizona 

School finance — Arizona 

Secondary education — Arizona 

Teachers — Pen-sions and retirement — Arizona 

Teachers workshops — ^Arizona 

Water supply — Arizona 
ARIZONA education association 

Committees for 1963-1964. Ariz Teach 52:30-1 
Mr '64 

Happy new year! J. P. Hindman. 11 Ariz 
Teach 52:10-11 S '63 

How long is a year? P. Harrington. Ariz 
Teach 51:74- My '63 
ARIZONA state university, Tempe 

Personalization through computerization. R. 
P. Menke and L. Yehle. il J Col Placement 
24:42-3+ O '63 
ARIZONA. University, Tucson 

Academic freedom and tenure: the University 
of Arizona. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:336-43 D 
•63 

Experimental learning center. J. T. Greer. 
Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official 
Report 1963:102-9 

Honors program at the University of Arizona. 
A. H. Seattle. Ariz Teach 51:12-13 Mv '63 
ARKANSAS 
See also 

Housing — Arkansas 
ARKANSAS. Agricultural, mechanical, and 
normal college, Pine Bluff 

Academic freedom and tenure: Arkansas 
agricultural, mechanical, and normal col- 
lege. American association of university 
professors. Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure. AAUP Bui 50:36-43 Mr '64 
ARKANSAS. University, Fayetteville 

Academic freedom and tenure: University of 
Arkansas. American association of univer- 
sity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:344-51 D 
'63 

Can the college promote string playing? M. 
Pales. Sch Musician 35:56-7 Ag '63 

Housing for married students at University 
of Arkansas. R. M. Jones. Am Sch & Univ 
34:J 1-J4 '62 

College of arts and sciences 

Evaluation of honors at the University of 
Arkansas. H. D. Hantz and E. P. Trapp. 
Sup Stud 6:27-9 Ja '64 
Honors course in the arts at the University 
of Arkansas. E. A. Albin. Sup Stud 5:25-8 
My "63 
ARM 
Relation between muscular force of a limb, 
under different starting conditions, and 
speed of movement. L. E. Smith and J. D. 
Whitley, bibliog diag Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:489-96 D '63 
ARMENIA 

See also 
Education — Armenia 
ARMISTICE day. See Veterans day 
ARMOR. See Arms and armor 
ARMS and armor 
Arms and armour: Middle ages to the mid- 
nineteenth century: photographs. Times Ed 
Sup 2501:872 An 26 '63 
ARMY alpha test 
Child mind myth and college admission: a 
historical perspective. J. C. Bentley. bib- 
liog Col & Univ 39:147-56 Wint '64; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 29:5-8 Ap '64 
ARMY cadet force, England 
Army cadets in Somerset. Times Ed Sup 
2501:866 Ap 26 '63 
ARMY specialized training program. See United 

States — ^Army — Education 
ARNOLD, Matthew 

Le concept d' Education compar^e. L. P. 
Hernandez. Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:365-6 '63 
AROMATIC compounds 

Ultraviolet spectra of aromatic hydrocarbons; 
predicting substitution and isomerism 
changes. P. E. Stevenson, diags J Chem 
Ed 41:234-9 My '64 
ARRANGEMENT, Music. See Musical arrange- 
ment 
ART 
Fine arts: issues and developments, prin- 
cipal's view. C. M. Dorn; V. Lawler; W. B. 
Mitchell; L. K. Wechsler. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 47:42-58 N '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ART — Continued 

Institutional responsibilities for culture and 

the arts. H. Ransom. Ed Rec 45:16-18 Wint 

•64 
Women in the arts. R. Murtagh. 11 Mus J 21: 

544- O '63 
See also 
Arts and crafts 
Childrens art 

Christian art and symbolism 
Collectors and collecting 
Creation (literary, artistic, etc) 
Cubism (art) 
Design, Decorative 
Drawing 

Imitation (in art) 
Impressionism (art) 
Paintins? 
Pictures 
Prints 
Sculpture 

Appreciation 
Art appreciation. See issues of Arts and 

activities 
Integrated arts program for the gifted. O. 

B. Davis. Ed Theatre J 15:327-31 D '63 
Mona Lisa: comments by kindergartners. E. 

Sangiuliano and A. G. O'Sullivan. il Grade 

Teach 81:40-1 S '63 
Widening horizons; a philosophical basis. R. 

S. Stites. il Art Ed 17:22-4 P '64 
See also 
Aesthetics 
Pictura study 

Bibliography 
Books. K. Marantz. See issues of School arts 
Books and films in review. See issues of Art 

education , , 

Paperbacks preferred; arts and the theatre. 

D. M. Perks. H Points 46:74-6 F '64 

To learn, to look, to live; a bibliography of 
children's literature in art. K. Marantz. 
Art Ed 16:12-13 O '63; 17:11-13 F '64 

Correlation with other subjects 

Animals in their winter homes. H. K. O'Hare. 
il Instr 73:106 N '63 

Art goes to school in Fairfield. A. Duck- 
worth and E. A. Millward. il Am Sch Bd J 
147:13-14 Ag '63 

Art in the world history curriculum. F. T. 
Feldman and M. Feldman. H Points 45: 
56-8 D '63 

Canadian panorama. L. Cloutier. il Arts & 
Activities 55:17 Ap '64 

Cultural project of the New York state edu- 
cation department. Clearing House 38:125-7 

Flags for space. P. Zich. il Sch Arts 63:43 

N '63 
Handbell ringing correlated with the arts. 

B. P. Erb. 11 Mus Educators J 50:117 Ja '64 
Life of man; paper mache historical figures. 

E. H. Whitehead, il Arts & Activities 54: 
28-31 S '63 

Magic dragons. E. Tschida. 11 Grade Teach 

81:36-7 Ap '64 
Math (like art) is everywhere. O. Sutton, il 

Arts & Activities 53:33-4 Je '63 
Painting to music. E. Hunt and M. Dishron. 

il Tex Outl 48:30-1 Ja '64 
Personality teeth. J. Walker. 11 Grade Teach 

81:41 F '64 
Poetry and art. M. Ray. bibllog El Engl 41: 

56-61 Ja '64 
Roads make history. B. Zimo. 11 Sch Arts 

63:18-20 Mr '64 
Tales of America in pictures. B. I. Forman. 

Grade Teach 81:58-9-1- S '63 
We have left no art unturned. C. S. Burks. 

il NEA J 53:22-4 My '64 

Criticism 

See Art criticism 

Exhibitions 

See Art exhibits 

Galleries and museums 
Art news and notes; ed. by B. Wasserman. 

See issues of Art education 
Sheldon art gallery. University of Nebraska. 

N. A. Geske. Am Sch & Univ 34 :H 1-H4 

■62 
See also 
Prool\lyn museum 
Chicago art Institute 
Music in museums 

National gallery of art, Washington, D.C. 
Rochester, New York, memorial art gallery 

France 
•See also 
Havre. Le — Mus6a maison de la culture 



History 

Historical survey of printmaking. A. H. 
Mayor. 11 Art Ed 17:4-9 Ap '64 

TeacJiing 
Art history: high school. H. P. Collins. 11 

Art Ed 16:6-9 My '63 
Art in the world history curriculum. F. T. 

Feldman and M. Feldman. H Points 45:56- 

8 D '63 
Need for understanding art in the secondary 

school. G. Evans. 11 Teach Col J 35:115-17 

D '63 
Taste of art history. N. Baldo and R. P. 

Knopf, il Arts & Activities 55:11-12 Ap '64 

Laws and legislation 

Arts; federal legislation, il Art Ed 16:13-18 

My '63 
Encouraging legislation in the arts. F. Keppel. 

Higher Ed 20:3-4-1- Mr '64 

Philosophy 

Aesthetics and the teaching of art. E. F. 

Kaelin. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-56 Spr '64 
Artist and teacher. C. Everts. 11 Sch Arts 

62:21-3 Je '63 
Promoting artistic creativity. R. E. Dodson. 

bibliog Improvin.g Col Unlv Teach 11:173-6 

Sum '63 
Solitude, modernity and art education. J. A. 

Richardson, bibliog 11 Sch Arts 63:34-7 S 

'63 
Structure of aesthetics, by F. E. Sparshott; 

review. T. F. Saunders. Studies Art Ed 

5:75-7 Spr '64 
See also 
Ugliness 

Psychology 
Idea and emotion. R. Henkes. il Art Ed 16: 

20-1 N '63 
Silent images. G. K. Stark, bibliog il Art 

Ed 16:14-19 N '63 
See also 
Art therapy 

Research 
Non-verbal manipulation and creativeness in 

art. P. R. Henrickson. bibliog Studies Art 

Ed 5:60-70 Fall '63 

Social aspects 
See Art and society 

Technique 
Art techniques and society. R. Henkes. Clear- 
ing House 38:309-11 Ja '64 

Terminology 
Art vocabulary: kindergarten. C. Kolson and 
G. Kaluger. bibliog 11 Art Ed 16:11-12 My 
'63 

Themes 
See also 
Flowers in art 
Realism in art 

Therapeutic use 
See Art therapy 

Europe, Western 
Subsidy of the arts in Free Europe and the 
United States. H. L. Munson. Mus J 22: 
46-1- Ja '64 

United States 
Arts and American education. F. Engleman. 

Mus Educators J 50:30-2+ F '64 
Arts: federal legislation. 11 Art Ed 16:13-18 

Mv '03 
Central role of the arts. A. Heckscher. 11 

Mus J 22:13+ Ja '64 
Encouraging legislation in the arts. F. Keppel. 

Higher Ed 20:3-4+ Mr '64 
Quality of life in this technological age. C. 

D. Jackson. 11 Mus J 22:11-12+ Ja '64 
Quality of life in this technological age. 

S. L. Udall. Mus J 22:19-20+ F '64 
Subsidy of the arts in Free Europe and the 
United States. H. L. Munson. Mus J 22: 
46+ Ja '64 
ART, Abstract 
Designs that rise into space. A. Matthews, 
il Arts & Activities 53:25-6 Je '63 
ART, American 
See also 
Painting, American 
ART, Commercial 

Teaching 
Look at real-life art applications. L. Weame. 
il Arts & Activities 54:6-10 O '63 
ART, Contemporary. See Modernism (art) 
ART, Decorative. See Design, Decorative 



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ART, Greek 

See also 
Vases. Greek 
ART, Inca. See Incas — Art 
ART, Influence of. See Art therapy 
ART, Latin American 

Arts, il Instr 73:39-41 Ap '64 
ART, Modernist. See Modernism (art) 
ART, Primitive 
See also 
Cave drawings and paintings 
ART, Religious. See Christian art and symbol- 
ism 
ART and children. See Children and art 
ART and communism. See Communism and art 
ART and industry 

Foundation and the arts. W. M. Lowry. Mus 
J 22:48+ Mr '64 
ART and literature 
Art through literature. D. Y. Kuhn. bibliog 

ChildJi Ed 40:301-4 F '64 
Children's stories in sculpture, il El Sch J 
64:68-9, 122-3, 188-9, 246-7, 304-5 N '63- 
Mr '64 
Some explorations of the effect of creative 
visual art experiences upon the poetry 
writing quality of eighth grade students. 
L. Frankston. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-59 
Fall "63 
ART and music 
Interrelationship of the arts. A. Satz. il Mua 
J 21:54+ S '63 
ART and nature 
Adventures in nature's fantastic menagerie. 
R. Batcheller. il Arts & Activities 55:11- 
13 F '64 , , , , 

Follow nature: a synthesis of eighteenth cen- 
tury views. A. S. Mattingly. Speech Mod 
31:80-4 Mr '64 
Through the looking glass. F. W. Metzke, 
jr. il Arts & Activities 54:6-8 Ja '64 
ART and poetry. See Art and literature 
ART and psychology 

Ten tests of the visual haptic aptitude. P. B. 
Flick, bibliog Studies Art Ed 4:24-34 Spr 
'63 
ART and science 
Sociology of music: a perspective. H. L. Cady. 
bibliog Mus Educators J 50:25-74- N '63 
ART and society 
Art techniques and society. R. Henkes. Clear- 
ing House 38:309-11 Ja '64 
Central role of the arts. A. Heckscher. il 

Mus J 22:13+ Ja '64 
Commitment to culture and the arts. W. M. 

Lowry. Ed Rec 45:11-15 Wint '64 
Composer and the American scene; with list 
of works. N. Dello Joio. il Mus J 22:30-2+ 
Mr '64 
Conteinporary art and art education. J. J. 
Hausman. bibliog f Studies Art Ed 5:82- 
91 Fall '63 
Democracy, education and art. F. T. Ville- 
main. bibliog f Ed' Theon' 14:1-14+ Ja '64 
Encouraging legislation in the arts. F. Keppel. 

Hisrher Ed 20:3-4+ Mr '64 
Quality of life in this technological age. C. 

D. Jackson, il Mus J 22:11-12+ Ja 64 
Quality of life in tills technological age. S. 
L. Udall. Mus J 22:19-20+ F '64 
ART and the state 
Arts: fedei-al legislation, il Art Ed 16:13-18 

Mv 63 
Arts in today's world. A. Heckscher. Teach 

Col Rec 65:72-8 O '63 
Encouraging legislation in the arts. F. Keppel. 

Higher Ed 20:3-4+ Mr '64 
Subsidy of the arts in Free Europe and the 
United States. H. L. Munson. Mus J 22: 
46+ Ja '64 
ART as a profession 
Industrial design: a profession? R. R. Kostel- 

low. Ind Arts Teach 23:20-2 S '63 
Why I want to teach art; statements by 
art education students. T. K. Kurzband. il 
Sch Arts 63:5-7 N '63 
ART consultants. See Educational consultants 
ART contests 
Artist of the month. O. P. Baker, il Sch 
Arts 63:37-8 Ja '64 
See also 
International school art program 
ART criticism 
Diderot's art criticism: a controversy. V. "W. 
Topazio: G. May. bibliog f French R 37: 
3-21 O '63 
Factor analysis of three dimensions of the 
art judgment complex: criteria, art objects, 
and judges. K. R. Beittel. bibliog J Exp 
Ed 32:167-73 Wint '63 
ART education 
Art and blind children. M. Bains, il Sch 
Arts 63:3-9 Ja "64 



Art programs for mentally handicapped stu- 
dents. R. G. Wiggin. Art Ed 17:21-3 Mr 
'64 

Contemporary art and art education. J. J. 
Hausman. bibliog f Studies Art Ed 5:82-91 
Fall '63 

Creative education and the special student. 
G. Barlow, il Sch Arts 63:29-34 Ja '64 

Encouraging legislation in the arts. F. Kep- 
pel. Higher Ed 20:3-4+ Mr '64 

Questions you ask. A. A. D. Baumgamer. 
See is.s.ues of School arts 

Sir Herbert Read on the teaching of art. 
J. S. Keel, bibliog il Sch Arts 63:19-21 D '63 

Solitude, modernity and art education. J. A. 
Richardson, bibliog il Sch Arts 63:34-7 S 
•63 

Visually handicapped youngster in art. I. 
Borodziej. il Sch Arts 63:27-8 Ja '64 

Whatever happened to the arts in education? 
H. D. Cater. Sch Arts 63:20 F '64 
See also 

Museum educa.tion 

Administration 
Anatomy of a consultant program. D. 

AVhipple. il Mich Ed J 41:12-13 S "63 
Art education and the principal of it. M. 

Swynehart. il 111 Ed 52:63-5 O '63 
Role of the art consultant. P. Greenberg. il 

Sch Arts 63:21-3 Ap '64 

Aims and objectives 
Art and uncertainty. D. F. Guillaume. 11 Sch 

Arts 63:23-4 Mr '64 
Elementary art to develop visual sensitivity. 

G. S. Wright, jr. il Sch Arts 63:19-20 N '63 
NEA status study: professional imperatives; 

Music and art in the public schools. E. 

Ziegfeld. Art Ed 16:22-4 D '63 
Performing arts: the necessity for a new 

tradition. J. H. Clancy. Ed Theatre J 16: 

25-8 Mr '64 
Some inadequate doctrines in art education 

and a proposed resolution. D. W. Ecker. 

bibliog Studies Art Ed 5:71-81 Fall '63 
Who should teach art in the elementary 

school and where? H. E. HofCa. Art Ed 

17:8-11 Mr '64 

Bibliography 
Books and audio-visual guide. I. E. Johnson. 

See issues of Arts and activities 
Selected references on elementary- school 

instruction; art (cont) comp. by E. W. 

Eisner. El Sch J 64:174-5 D '63 

Creative activities 

Adventures in nature's fantastic menagerie. 

R. Batcheller. il Arts & Activities 55:11-13 

F '64 
Art for learning's sake. M. Q. Dix. il Sch 

Arts 63:36-7 Ap '64 
Children and the arts. E. L. Mattil. il Childh 

Ed 40:286-91 F '64 
Creative art experiences. H. B. Lemmerman. 

Grade Teach 81:48+ D '63 
Creative crafts. P. Johnson, bibliog il Childh 

Ed 40:292-7 F '64 
Design.s that rise into space. A. Matthews. 

il Arts & Activities 53:25-6 Je '63 
Designs that yearn for yarn. D. M. Chilcutt. 

il Arts & Activities 54:9-10 Ja '64 
The 500. P. L. Brown, il Grade Teach 81: 

46-7+ My '64 
Let's accent art with a needle. I. Bancroft. 

il Arts & Activities 53:11-13 Je '63 
Magic dragons. E. Tschida. il Grade Teach 

81:36-7 Ap '64 
Proposed structure of the art experiences. 

R. B. Dodson. Arts & Activities 55:33-6 Ap 

'64 
Road to success is paved with clay. R. 

Sherin. il Arts & Activities 55:6-8 Mr '64 
School art fosters creativity. Sister Mary 

Louis, il Cath Sch J 63:49-51 S '63 
Seen profiles. S. Gruenberg. il Sch Arts 63: 

8-9 N '63 
Squares, anyone? R. N. Wild, il Grade Teach 

81:35+ F '64 
Tales of America in pictures. B. 1. Forman. 

Grade Teach 81:58-9+ S '63 
Using emotional impact creatively. I. Robbins. 

il Instr 73:80 F '64 

Criticism 
Art education, criticism; a reply to D. Man- 
zella's. Educationists and the evisceration 
of the visual arts. R. A. Smith, bibliog 
Art Ed 17:4-8 F '64 

Curriculum 
Course requirements for prospective teach- 
ers of art 1941-1962: a comparison. J. 
Difflly. Studies Art Ed 4:52-8 Spr '63 



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ART education — Curriculum — Continued 

Developing a basic art proRram in the Inter- 
mediate classroom. E. W. Linderman. bib- 
lioK il Grade Teach 81:354- Ap '64 
Identifying what to teach in art. J. Schwartz. 

il Sch Arts 63:48 My '64 
Profile of art in the secondary schools; report 
of a national survey. R. Hastie and D. 
Templeton. il Art Ed 17:5-9 My '64 

Evaluation 
Criteria for evaluation of children's art. 

S. W. Cromartie. Arts & Activities 55:38 

Ap '64 
Grading and pupil evaluation. M. E. Godfrey. 

biblioK il Art Ed 17:17-20 Mr '64 

History 
Research 
Research review: the history of art educa- 
tion. J. S. Keel, bibliog Studies Art Ed 
4:45-51 Spr '63 

IVIotivation 
Artist of the month. O. P. Baker, il Sch 

Arts 63:37-8 Ja '64 
Key to action. M. McMullan. 11 Sch Arts 

63:5-7 Mr '64 
Motivation: new ways of seeing. M. Pappas. 

il Sch Arts 63:8-11 S '63 
No inagic formula! E. Hyatt. Ariz Teach 51: 

20-14- My '63 

Programmed teaching 

Programmed instruction: challenge or threat 
to art education? D. W. Ecker. bibliog il 
Sch Arts 63:3-6 O; 12-14 N; 8-10 D '63 

There is a place for prograinmed instruc- 
tion in the teaching of the visual arts. 
L. M. Quirke. il Sch Arts 63:31-4 Iklr '64 

Projects 
Activity approach to critical thinking. P. F. 

Kavett. Instr 73:116-f N '63 
Art for learning's sake. M. Q. Dlx. il Sch 

Arts 63:36-7 Ap '64 
Art-o-rama. J. E. Olds, il Art Ed 17:16-18 

My '64 
Art projects for the retarded. V. McPharlin. 

il Mich Ed J 41:22-3 S '63 
Blot plots! J. P. Feldmeier. 11 Grade Teach 

81:334- F '64 
Box cover, a bit of sand, some broken glass. 

D. M. Chilcutt. il Arts & Activities 54:21-3 

O '63 
Canadian panorama. L. Cloutier. il Arts & 

Activities 55:17 Ap '64 
Clay etching on paper. R. T. Cameron, il 

Instr 73:29 Ja '64 
Composition in sand. L. S. Parker, il Sch 

Arts 63:11-12 D '63 
Crayon, cement prints. D. Beringer. il Sch 

Arts 63:39-40 My '64 
Crayon -resist plaques. I. Bobbins, il Instr 

73:113 P '64 
Crayon transparencies. J. Lidstone. il Grade 

Teach 81:42-3 Mr '64 
Detergent, water and paint. J. L. Bloom, il 

Instr 73:27 Ja '64 
Dragons in tempera and glitter. R. N. Day. 

il Instr 73:26 Ja '64 
Flags for space. P. Zich. il Sch Arts 63:43 

N '63 
Foil sculptures. D. A. Moore, il Grade Teach 

81:60-14- S '63 
From little acorns. L. Gabrilska. il Grade 

Teach 81:47-1- N '63 
How to enjoy a box of space. E. McSherry. 

il Arts & Activities 55:37 Ap '64 
Intercommunity exchange. E. C. Fielding, il 

Instr 73:67 S '63 
It all comes out in the wash! H. R. Ring- 

genberg. il Arts & Activities 55:25-6 Mr '64 
Kinder im garten der skulptur. E. McSherry. 

il Arts & Activities 55:30 F '64 
Leaf rubbings. I. Robbins. il Grade Teach 

81:31 O '63 
Let's carve a log; a fourth grade project 

in wood sculpture. H. McWhinnie. il Sch 

Arts 63:16-17 F '64 
Lives of heroes suggest original postage 

stamps. I. Robbins. il Instr 73:114 F '64 
Magazine mosaics. I. Robbins. il Grade Teach 

81:41-1- Mr '64 
Make yourself big. H. M. Waltermire. il 

Grade Teach 81:24-5 Ap '64 
Mock commercial art. I. Robbins. il Grade 

Teach 81 :122 F '64 
Mosaic wall of N.Y.C. P. Greenberg. il Sch 

Arts 63:5-7 S '63 
Of rafHa and reticules. L. W. Robinson, il 

Arts & Activities 54:12-13 S '63 
Our neighborhood as inspiration. T. Prentise. 

il Sch Arts 63:21 Mr '64 
Painting with wool. P. Greenberg. il Grade 

Teach 81:52-34- My '64 



Painting with yarn. E. Brockway. il Arts & 

Activities 55:31-2 F '64 
Paper mosaics. M. S. Shaw, il Sch Arts 63: 

33 F '64 
Paste and print. J. Lidstone. il Grade Teach 

81:40-1 N '63 
Pine cone art. Sister Mary Josepha. il Cath 

Sch J 63:39 D '63 
Plaster and burlap; large landscape models. 

R. Carboni. il Sch Arts 63:16-17 S '63 
Plaster planets. K. K. Agee. il Grade Teach 

81:614- Ap '64 
Portraits in depth. C. J. AJkema. il Arts & 

Activities 54:33-4 O '63 
Proposed structure of art experiences. R. E. 

Dodson. Arts & Activities 55:33-6 Ap '64 
Specimens in stereo; 3-d effect. S. B. Faier. 

il Arts & Activities 54:12-13 O '63 
Squares anyone? R. N. Wild, il Grade Teach 

81:354- F '64 
Stained glass, and we did it ourselves. E. 

Radin. il Sch Arts 63:14-15 D '63 
Stars, stripes and stimulation. R. N. Wild. 

il Instr 73:113 F '64 
Stitchery. M. K. Kight. il Sch Arts 63:32-3 

S '63 
Story and color on film. Sister Mary Laurus. 

il Sch Arts 63:17-18 N '63 
Tales of America in pictures. B. 1. Forman. 

Grade Teach 81:58-94- S '63 
Texture says: please touch! G. P. Broniiner. 

il Arts & Activities 53:16-18 Je '63 
Things to make. See issues of Grade teacher 
This could happen to you! B. A. Crump and 

F. Abrams. il Arts & Activities 54:28-31 

Ja '64 
Through the looking glass. F. W. Metzke, 

jr. il Arts & Activities 54:6-8 Ja '64 
Tissue takes us to cubism. H. Souder. U 

Arts & ActiviUes 54:23-5 S '63 
To add to your art idea file, il Instr 73:128-9 

S '63 
Together wa build. N. Lawson. il Arts & Ac- 
tivities 53:30-2 Je '63 
Toy invasion slated for holidays. E. Stein. 

il Arts & Activities 54:23-5 D '63 
Want ads reclassified; introducing inter- 
mediate grade students to design. C. J. 

Alkema. il Arts & ActiviUes 54:21-2 D '63 
Washington architecture in the spring. H. 

K. O'Hare. il Instr 73:112 F '64 
Who is it that can tell me who I am? J. 

Lerman. il Arts & Activities 53:6-9 Je '63 
Young artist. See issues of Arts and activ- 

itieu 
See also 
Block printing 
Paper sculpture 
Posters 

Psychology 
Case for individual latitude. A. Whitson. il 

Sch Arts 63:36-8 My '64 
Classroom as a sensitizing factor. S. A. 

Czurles. il Art Ed 17:5-7 Mr '64 

Research 
Art and the under-achiever; a study. G. F. 

Horn, il Art Ed 17:10-14 My '64 
Art education. R. M. Thomas, bibliog R Ed 

Res 34:236-48 Ap '64 
Language arts and fine arts; reviews the 

literature for the three-year period since 

April 1961. American educational research 

association, bibliog R Ed Res 34:115-258 

Ap '64 
Profile of art in the secondary schools; report 

of a national survey. R. Hastie and D. 

Templeton. il Art Ed 17:5-9 My '64 
Short evaluation of the research reviewed 

in language arts and fine arts. W. B. 

Michael. R Ed Res 34:249-56 Ap '64 
Some explorations of the effect of creative 

visual art experiences upon the poetry 

writing quality of eighth grade students. L. 

Frankston. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-59 Fall 

'63 
Strategies of spontaneous, divergent, and 

academic art students. K. R. Beittel and 

R. C. Burkhart. bibliog il Studies Art Ed 

5:20-41 Fall '63 

Bibliography 
Survey of research. National art education 
association. Information studies committee. 
Art Ed 17:24-5 Mr '64 

Subject matter 
Weaving in the elementary grades. C J. 
Alkema. il Arts & Activities 55:22-4 Mr; 20- 
3 Ap '64 

Supervision 
Role of the art supervisor: a definition. S. W, 
Cromartie. Arts & Activities 54:25 Ja '64 

Teacher education 
See Art teachers — Education 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



39 



ART education — Continued 

Teaching aids and devices 
Cultural project of the New York state edu- 
cation department. Clearing: House 38:125-7 
O '63 
On location; sketches via 35mm color slides. 
L. Wearne. il Arts & Activities 55:23-4 F 'fi4 
Visual materials. D. Irving, il Sch Arts 63: 
28-9 D '63 
See also 
Moving pictures in art education 
Television in axt education 

Teaching methods 

Art and uncertainty. D. F. Guillaume. il 
Sch Arts 63:23-4 Mr '64 

Art education. R. M. Thomas, bibliog R Ed 
Res 34:236-48 Ap "64 

Integrated arts program for tho gifted. O. 
B. Davis. Ed Theatre J 15:327-3) D '63 

Let's not teach creativity out of children. 
H. Sartain. il Pa Sch J 112:230-H- Ja '64 

Sequential program to develop textural sensi- 
tivity. P. A. Sisk. il Sch Arts 63:21-6 Ja '64 

Textbooks 
Textbooks that motivate the art program. 
I. E. Johnson. Instr 73:654- Mr '64 

TheorJes and principles 
Aesthetics and the teaching of art. E. F. 

Kaelin. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-56 Spr '64 
Art techniques and society. R. Menkes. Clear- 
ing House 38:309-11 Ja '64 
Creativity, a rusty old halo! C. H. Larson. 

il Art Ed 16:11-14 N '63 
la there a discipline of art education? M. 

Barkan: P. M. Logan; Art education; a 

discipline? I. Kaufman. Studies Art Ed 4: 

4-23 Spr 63 
Liberal tradition of art education. R. A. 

Smith, bibliog Studies Art Ed 4:35-44 Spr 

'63 
On the impossibility of theory in art educa- 
tion. B. W. Eisner, bibliog f Studies Art 

Ed 5:4-9 Fall '63 
Paradigm for teaching the visual art. E. 

Eisner, il Sch Arts 63:29-31 My '64 
Promoting artistic creativity. R. E. Dodson. 

bibliog Improving Col Univ Teach 11:173-6 

Sum '63 
Some inadequate doctrines in art education 

and a proposed resolution. D. W. Ecker. 

bibliog Studies Art Ed 5:71-81 Fall '63 
Toward a personal philosophy. R. E. Dodson. 

Arts & Activities 55:30-3 Mr '64 

Units of work 
Let's learn about art. E. W. Linderman. 
bibliog Arts & Activities 54:31-2 D '63 

Value 

Art as education. H. Wilson, il Sch Arts 63: 
30-2 D '63 

Art for the deaf child, its potentialities. R. 
Silver, bibliog il Volta R 65:408-13-1- O '63 

Art programs for all secondary school stu- 
dents. J. A. Schinneller. il Art Ed 17:11- 
14 Mr '64 

Creative crafts. P. Johnson, bibliog il Childh 
Ed 40:292-7 F '64 

Da Vinci had it! J. E. Olds, il Wis J Ed 
95:8-9 My '63 

Democracy, education and art. P. T. Ville- 
main. bibliog f Ed Theory 14:l-14-f- Ja '64 

Education by theatre. H. Taylor. Ed Theatre 
J 15:299-310 D '63 

Higher horizons; art. S. P. Gordon, il Art 
Ed 16:18-19 Ja '63 

President views art education. P. Bulger, 
il Sch Arts 63:37-8 Mr '64 

Role of the visual arts in the education of 
the academically talented. J. K. McFee. 
il Art Ed 17:15-16 Mr '64 

Schismogenesis in contemporary art educa- 
tion. V. Lanier, bibliog Studies Art Ed 5; 
10-19 Fall '63 

Two related crises. P. R. Henrickson. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 11:177-9 Sum '63 

Vision in art in people to people. R. Arnheim. 
il Art Ed 17:14-15 Ja '64 

Colleges and universities 

Honors course in the arts at the University 
of Arkansas. E. A. Albin. Sup Stud 5:25- 
8 My '63 

Honors programs in the arts. S. C. Pepper. 
Sup Stud 5:10-12 My '63 

Inter-collegiate student conference on art 
education. M. F. Andrews and K. Matoba. 
il Art Ed 16:14-17 O '63 

President views art education. P. Bulger, 
il Sch Arts 63:37-8 Mr '64 

Rescuing the artist; work for the new uni- 
versities. Times Ed Sup 2500:809 Ap 19 '63: 
Reply. E. Forrest. 2503:996 My 10 '63 



University and the creative arts. W. M. 
Lowry. Ed Theatre J 14:99-112 My '62; 
Same cond. Sup Stud 5:4-9 My '63; Dis- 
cussion. Ed Theatre J 15:97, 158-62, 212-18 
Mr-O '63; Sup Stud 5:35-7 My '63 

Elementary schools 
Art and the student teacher. L. B. Kennon 

and T. Markle. il Sch Arts 63:5-10 Ap '64 
Art and uncertainty. D. F. Guillaume. 11 Sch 

Arts 63:23-4 Mr '64 
Art as education. H. Wilson, il Sch Arts 63: 

30-2 D '63 
Art education today for tomorrow. L. J. 

Groome. bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 3:304- 

15 D '63 
Art enrichment. M. Sheridan, il Sch Arts 

63:19-20 My '64 
Art in the sun: classes outdoors. D. Carlson. 

il Sch Arts 63:5-9 F '64 
Art instruction in the public schools; sum- 
mary of Music and art in the public schools. 

National education association. Research 

division. NEA Res Bui 41:90-3 O '63; Art 

Ed 16:5-14 D '63 
Assuring the place for art in the school 

curriculum. R. W. Reynolds. Calif Ed 1: 

17-184- F '64 
Beginning teacher. J. Schwartz, il Sch Art.s 

63:46 S '63 
Comments and advice from your counselors: 

art. I. E. Johnson. See issues of Instructor 
Elementary art to develop visual sensitivity. 

G. S. Wright, jr. il Sch Arts 63:19-20 N '63 
Evaluating children's art. E. W. Eisner, il 

Sch Arts 63:20-2 S '63 
The 500. P. L. Brown, il Grade Teach 81: 

46-7-t- My '64 
Horse I wish I had. E. La Tronico. il Mich 

Ed J 41:10-11 S '63; Same. Sch & Com 50: 

234- N '63 
Identifying what to teach in art. J. Schwartz. 

il Sch Arts 63:48 My '64 
Integration of the arts in the curriculum. 

G. Peterson and R. M. Borstad. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:37-9 Ap '64 
Let's go places. M. Hammerl. 11 Grade Teach 

81:48-94- Mr '64 
Let's not teach creativity out of children. 

H. Sartain. il Pa Sch J 112:230-14- Ja '64 
NBA status study: professional imperatives; 

Music and art in the public schools. E. 

Ziegfeld. Art Ed 16:22-4 D '63 
Painting; a fundamental art experience for 

children. W. Stewart, il Sch Arts 63:21-3 

N '63 
Paste, paper and paint. J. Lidstone. il Grade 

Teach 81:64-5 My '64 
Proposal concerning art education at the 

elementary level. B. Chernow. il Sch Arts 

63:30 S '63 
Research implications. Music and art in the 

public schools; symposium. Art Ed 16:14- 

21 D '63 
This could happen to you! B. A. Crump and 

F. Abrams. il Arts & Activities 54:28-31 

Ja '64 
Who should teach art in the elementary 

school and where? H. E. Hoffa. Art Ed 

17:8-11 Mr '64 
With inner tube and linoleum block; print 

making in the elementary school art pro- 
gram. A. Hurwitz. il NEA J 53:32-3 My '64 

High schools 

Art history: high school. H. P. Collins, il Art 
Ed 16:6-9 My '63 

Art mstruction in the public schools; sum- 
mary of Music and art in the public schools. 
National education association. Research 
division. NEA Res Bui 41:90-3 O '63; Art 
Ed 16:5-14 D '63 

Art programs for all secondary school stu- 
dents. J. A. Schinneller. il Art Ed 17:11-14 
Mr '64 

Fine arts: issues and developments, visual 
?f*?-.rP-.„¥-,.PPJ."- N'at Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 47:42-7 N '63 

High school dumping grounds. M. Venable. 
il Sch Arts 63:32-4 My '64 

Integrated arts program for the gifted. O. 
B. Davis. Ed Theatre J 15:327-31 D '63 

NEA status study: professional imperatives; 
Music and art in the public schools. E. 
Ziegfeld. Art Ed 16:22-4 D '63 

Need for understanding art in the secondary 
school. G. Evans, il Teach Col J 35:115-17 
D 63 

New directions in secondary school art; 

promising practices in secondary programs. 

il Art Ed 17:18-23 My '64 
Non-creative practices in art education. K. 

E. Anderson. Sci Bd 47:437-9 D '63 
Profile of art in the secondary schools; report 

of a national survey. R. Hastie and D. 

Templeton. il Art Ed 17:5-9 My '64 



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ART education — High schools — Continued 
Research implications. Music and art in the 

public schools; symposium. Art Ed 16:14- 

21 D '63 , „ 

Secondary school art program: challenges and 

design. L. C. Leatherbury. il Art Ed 17:4 

My '64 

Bibliography 
Art education in the secondary school; a 

selected bibliography. Art Ed 16:22-5 N '63 

Intermediate grades 
Developing a basic art program in the inter- 
mediate classroom. E. W. Linderman. bib- 
liog il Grade Teach 81:354- Ap '64 

Junior high schools 
Art and the under-achiever; a study. G. F. 

Horn, il Art Ed 17:10-14 My '64 
Art in the difficult school; a program. 

R. Micherdzinski. il Art Ed 16:14-16-1- Je '63 
Art in the difficult school; a study. D. E. 

Wilson, il Art Ed 16:4-84- Je '63 ^^ _ 
Art in the difficult school; problems. N. Fass. 

il Art Ed 16:9-14 Je '63 ^ 

Art talent classes in junior high school. P. 

Albenda. H Points 45:53-5 D '63 
Case for individual latitude. A. Whitson. 

il Sch Arts 63:36-8 My '64 
Oils for jr. high? R. Henkes. 11 Arts & Ac- 
tivities 55:25-7 F '64 

Kindergarten 
Art expression. Calif J El Ed 31:240-3 My '63 
Experimenting with art. E. D. Strubel. Instr 

73:344- F '64 
Kinder im garten der skulptur. E. McSherry. 

il Arts & Activities 55:30 F '64 

Sunday schools 

Christmas, a venture in art; Edgewood peo- 
ples church of East Lansmg, Mich, E, S. 
Morrison, il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-114- O '63 

Australia 
Some aspects of the debate on art education 
in Australia. J. Burke. Studies Art Ed 5: 
5-11 Spr '64 

California 
Assuring the place for art in the school cur- 
riculum. R. W. Reynolds. Calif Ed 1:17- 
184- F '64 

Canada 
Art education today for tomorrow. D. J. 
Groome. bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 3:304- 
15 D '63 

Egypt 
Art education in Egypt. T. Abdul-Razik. il 
Sch Arts 63:34-8 F '64 

Florida 
Printmaking in the Dade County schools. A. 
Hurwitz. il Art Ed 17:21-3 Ap '64 

France 

Art education in France. M. M. Rabec- 
Mailiard. Studies Art Ed 5:57-66 Spr '64 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
German art education. J. A. Soika. Studies 
Art Ed 5:67-74 Spr '64 

Great Britain 

Art in English education now, D, Young. 

Studies Art Ed 5:28-41 Spr '64 
Art locally. Times Ed Sup 2545:519 F 28 '64 
Art rationalized. Times Ed Sup 2503:1009 

My 10 '63; Discussion. 2504:1081; 2505:1142 

My 17-24 '63 
Dip. A.D. as seed-ground; diploma of art 

and design. Times Ed Sup 2545:515 F 28 

•64 
Revolt of the students; art course campaign. 

Times Ed Sup 2508:1313 Je 14 '63 
Social side of art. il Times Ed Sup 2500:812 Ap 

19 '63 

Michigan 
Arts for everyone; symposium, il Mich Ed J 

41:9-244- S '63 

New York (state) 

Cultural project of the New York state edu- 
cation department. Clearing House 38:125-7 
O '63 

New York state arts project. Mus Educa- 
tors J 50:129 S '63 

Pakistan 
Changing function of art education in Pakis- 
tan. A. Peshkin. Studies Art Ed 5:12-20 
Spr '64 



Russia 

Venus de Milo ousted; arts' low status. Times 

Ed Sup 2502:922 My 3 '63 

United Arab Republic (Egypt) 

Art education in the United Arab Republic; 

Egypt. M. Y. El-Bassiouny. Studies Art 

Ed 5:21-7 Spr '64 
See also 
Art education — Egypt 
ART education associations 
See also 
Eastern arts association 
International society for education through 

art 
National art education association 
Pacific arts association 
Southeastern arts association 
Western arts association 
ART exhibits 

Arts in the community. B. L. Raichle. 11 Art 

Ed 16:19-22 My '63 
Cave for a child; Des Moines art center's 

junior art museum. D. Parker, il Sch Arts 

63:14-18 My '64 
How children respond through art. J. F. 

Sheridan and I. R. Foster, il Int J Relig Ed 

39:10-11 Je '63 
In Flint, schools are integral with a renais- 
sance, A. Koskinen. il Mich Ed J 41:14-15 

S 'G3 
See also 
Childrens art — Exhibitions 

Elementary schools 
Beauty around our town. J. Stillion. il Sch 

Arts 63:22-4 F '64 
Latin learning. V. P. Ryder, il Arts & 

Activities 53:19 Je '63 

High schools 
Art-o-rama. J. E. Olds, il Art Ed 17:16-18 

My '64 
Christmas art show. P. C. Degenhart. il 

Arts & Activities 54:27-9 N '63 
Students-about-town exalt the steel industry. 
M. Bradley, il Arts & Activities 54:38 D '63 
See also 
National high school print show 

Great Britain 
Distaff and brush; Women's institute painters 
come to London, il Times Ed Sup 2501:869 
Ap 26 '63 
Goya exhibition; photographs. Times Ed Sup 

2533:838 D 6 '63 
Paintings of 1963; Royal academy of arts 
summer exhibition. Times Ed Sup 2502:926 
My 3 '63 
Piccadilly treasure house, il Times Ed Sup 

2523:393 S 27 '63 
Ruskln and his circle; photographs. Times 
Ed Sup 2539:94 Ja 17 '64 
ART festivals. See Art exhibits 
ART museums. See Art — Galleries and museums 
ART objects 
See also 
Collectors and collecting 
ART of living. See Conduct of life 
ART rooms 
Creative education and the special student. 

G. Barlow, il Sch Arts 63:29-34 Ja '64 
Ideal art room. L. E. Eben. Instr 73:150 S '63 
Who should teach art in the elementary 
school and where? H. E. Hoffa. Art Ed 
17:8-11 Mr '64 
ART schools 

Great Britain 
Art in English education now. D. Young. 

Studies Art Ed 5:28-41 Spr '64 
New developments at the Central school of 
arts and crafts, il Times Ed Sup 2510:1412 
Je 28 '63 
Rescuing the artist; work for the new univer- 
sities. Times Ed Sup 2500:809 Ap 19 '63: 
Reply. E. Forrest. 2503:996 My 10 '63 
See also 
Royal college of art 
ART students 
Militant art students. Times Ed Sup 2549:803 

Mr 27 '64 
Strategies of spontaneous, divergent, and 
academic art students. K. R. Beittel and 
R. C. Burkhart. bibliog il Studies Art Ed 
5:20-41 FaU '63 
ART supplies 

Message for spendthrifts. Sister Thomas 

Mary. Arts & Activities 54:47 S '63 
Mutual need. A. W. Malony. Art Ed 16:10-11 
O '63 

Becoming and being a teacher of art. L. 
Chapman. Art Ed 16:18-20 O '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



41 



ART teachers — Continued 
Mutual need. A. W. Malony. Art Ed 16:10-11 

O '63 
Who should teach art in the elementary 
school and where? H. E. Hoffa. Art Ed 
17:8-11 Mr 'G4 
See also 
Art as a profession 

Duties 
Opportunities for counseling in the hish 
school art department. J. L. Ullman. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:610-11 F '64 

Education 
Art and the student teacher. L. B. Kennon 

and T. Markle. il Sch Arts 63:5-10 Ap '64 
Art in English education now. D. Younff. 

Studies Art Ed 5:28-41 Spr '64 
Artist and teacher; a plea for a more liberal 

education. E. Forrest. Times Ed Sup 2529: 

654 N 8 '63 
Course requirements for prospective teachers 

of art 1941-1962: a comparison. J. Difflly. 

Studies Art Ed 4:52-8 Spr '63 
Placement and teaching level concerns of 

students. C. Canon. Art Ed 16:7-10 O '63 

Education in service 
Horse I wish I had. E. La Tronico. il Mich 
Ed J 41:10-11 S '63; Same. Sch & Com 50: 
23-f N '63 
Strike him sharply with some hard object. 
D. Manzella. il Sch Arts 63:35 Mr '64 
ART tlierapy 
Art classes for aphaslc children. J. B. Helms, 
il Sch Arts 63:35-6 Ja '64 
ART typing. See Typewriting — Projects 

ART workshops 

Summer's place for art. D. M. Chilcutt. il Art 
Ed 16:9-11 My '63 
ARTEMIDORUS DALDIANUS 

Notes on Artemidorus' Oneirocritica. A. S. 
Osley. bibliog Class J 59:65-70 N '63 
ARTESIA, New Mexico 

Abo school 

Windowless in Artesia; really a mole's life. 
Times Ed Sup 2523:388 S 27 '63 
ARTICLE. See English language — ^Article 
ARTICULATION (education) 

Articulation between the junior and senior 
higli school. S. H. Frey. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 47:35-43 O '63 

College-high school conferences on foreign 
language teaching. Mod Lang J 48:236-7 
Ap '64 

Diff^rents facteurs de la politique de T^cole 
comprehensive; 1' integration de I'enseigne- 
ment primaire et de I'enseignement second- 
aire. V. Garcia Hoz. Int R Ed 9 no2:196- 
202 '63/64 

Entering levels and college courses m fresh- 
man mathematics. C. B. Lindquist. Sch 
Life 45:14-17 Ap '63 

From school to college in foreign languages. 
T. Andersson. NEA J 53:35-6 Ap '64 

Ounce of prevention. D. Antman. H Points 
45:60-2 My '63 

Outcomes in preparing students for transfer 
from junior college to four-year colleges 
and universities. W. L. "Winnett. Nat Bsns 
Ed Yrbk 1:384-92 '63 

Pittsburgh curriculum continuity demonstra- 
tion. J. S. Gow, jr. Sup Stud 6:13-15 N '63 

Secondary education in Latin America. I. 
Salas. il Phi Delta Kappan 45:173-7 Ja '64 

Summary of evaluators' reports and partic- 
ipants' evaluation responses to workshop 
sessions. H. Bard. Middle States Assn Col 
& Sec Sch Proc 1962:90-5 

Summary of workshop sessions from record- 
ers' reports. J. P. Lozo. Middle States Assn 
Col & Sec Sch Proc 1962:77-89 

Teaching of foreign languages; current issues 
and the future. W. Starr. Sch Life 46:7-10 
N '63 

Want quality? correlate the high school and 
college music curricula! W. D. Revelli. 
Mus J 22:42+ Mr '64 

What junior and senior high teachers expect. 
H. E. Hale. Instr 73:59 Ja '64 
ARTICULATION (speech) 

Auditory discrimination ability and consist- 
ency of articulation of /r/. L. F. Aungst 
and J. V. Frick. bibliog J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:76-85 F '64 

Phonetic approach to voice and speech im- 
provement. W. H. Canfield. bibliog f Speech 
Teach 13:42-6 Ja '64 

Speech pattern and etiology in mental re- 
tardation. I. Blanchard. Am J Men De- 
ficiency 68:612-17 Mr '64 



Research 

Research in articulation and intelligence. H. 
Winitz. bibliog Child Develop 35:287-97 Mr 
'64 

ARTICULATION tests. See Speech tests 
ARTIFICIAL intelligence. See Intelhgence, 
Artificial 

ARTIFICIAL larynx. See Larynx. Artificial 
ARTIFICIAL satellites 

Communication applications 
Communication in the space age. K. B. 

Hobbs. il Av Instr 8:391-3 Je '63 
International classroom likely, but not yet. 
V. Bronson. il Av Instr 8:394-5 Je '63 

Meteorological applications 
Ranger III satellite. D. J. Collins, il Sci Ed 

47:468-71 D '63 
Recent advances in atmospheric sciences. 

L. W. Trowbridge, il maps Sci Teach 31:12- 

17 Mr '64 
ARTISTIC ability 
Art talent classes in junior high school. P. 

Albenda. H Points 45:53-5 D '63 
Defining artistic creativity. R. E. Dodson. 

Arts & Activities 55:16-18 F; 30-3 Mr; 

33-6 Ap; 24-6 Je '64 
Effect of hypnotically induced change in the 

self-imase on drawing ability. D. Manzella. 

bibliog il Studies Art Ed 4:59-67 Spr '63 
Non-verbal manipulation and creativeness in 

art. P. R. Henrickson. bibliog Studies Art 

Ed 5:60-70 Fall '63 
To balance our talent. C. H. Greenewalt. 

Teach Col Rec 65:375-9 Ja '64 
ARTISTS 
Contemporary art and art education. J. J. 

Hausman. bibliog f Studies Art Ed 5:82-91 

Fall '63 

University and the creative arts. W. M. 
Lowry. Ed Theatre J 14:99-112 My '62; 
Same cond. Sup Stud 5:4-9 My '63; Dis- 
cussion. Ed Theatre J 15:97, 158-62, 212-18 
Mr-O '63; Sup Stud 5:35-7 My '63 
See also 

Creation (literary, artistic, etc) 
ARTISTS, American 

American artist in a changing world. R. 
Peters, il Mus J 22:40-l-f- Mr '64 
ARTISTS as authors 

Wax figures and mannequins in Solana. W. 
Flint, bibliog Hispania 46:740-7 D '63 
ARTISTS as teachers 

Artist and teacher; a plea for a more liberal 
education. E. Forrest. Times Ed Sup 2529: 
654 N 8 '63 

Two related crises. P. R. Henrickson. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 11:177-9 Sum '63 
ARTISTS colonies 

Tolstoy colony, a Chilean Utopian-artistic 
experiment. L. C. Bourgeois. bibliog 
Hispania 46:514-18 S '63 
ARTS and crafts 

Crafts in a technocracy and education. J. 
W. Cataldo. il Sch Arts 63:29-33 Ap '64 

Creative crafts. P. Johnson, bibliog il Childh 
Ed 40:292-7 F '64 
See also 

Applique work 

Batik 

Collage 

Folk art 

Jewelry 

Papier-m§,ch6 

Pottery 

Silk screen printing 

Wood carving 

Teaching 

High school dumping grounds. M. Venable. il 
Sch Arts 63:32-4 My '64 

Latin America 
Art by young Latin Americans. 11 Instr 73: 

80-1 Ap '64 
Rich legacy of arts and crafts, il Instr 73: 
40-1 Ap '64 

Okinawa 
Two cultures view Okinawan handicraft 
products. M. Higa and C. K. Snyder, bib- 
liog il J Home Econ 55:613-16 O '63 
ASCENDANCY 

Complementary-needs hypothesis, authori- 
tarianism, dominance, and other Edwards 
personal preference schedule scores. G. 
Becker, bibliog J Personal 32:45-56 Mr '64 
ASHLAND, Kentucky 

Paul G. Blazer high school 
Landscape blending high school. J. E. Baker. 
Am Sch & Univ 34:31-4 '62 



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ASIA 

See also 
Costume — Asia 
Education — Asia 
Family life — Asia 
Illiteracy — Asia 
Primary education — Asia 
Teacher education — ^Asia 
Unemployment — Asia 

Economic conditions 
Economic prospects in Asia. J. J. Spengler. 
H Sch J 47:353-68 My '64 

Study and teaching 

School experiences in teaching about Asia. 
J. D. Gault. H Sch J 47:398-405 My '64 

Some considerations and materials for teach- 
ins about Asia. S. Fersh. H Sch J 47: 
341-4 My '64 
See also 

Indians tudy and teaching 
ASIA, SOUTHEASTERN 

Study and teaching 

Films: Southeast Asia. J Geog 62:320-1 O '63 
ASIAN students 

Asian education and unemployinent: the con- 
tinuing crisis. J. M. Van Der Kroef. bibliog 
Comp Ed R 7:173-80 O '63 

Orientation afloat. A. Bens and J. Bens, il 
Overseas 3:20-3 F '64 
ASIAN students in Australia 

Role of kinship and authority patterns in 
the cross-cultural education of Asian stu- 
dents. M. C. Hodgkin. bibliog f Sociol of 
Ed 37:71-89 Fall '63 
AS I A N S'tud i 6S 

Asia: a study in depth. W. Morehouse and 
D. V. Hart. Clearing House 38:493-7 Ap 
•64 

Co-operation of six small colleges in non- 
western studies program. H. Gleason. Cath 
Ed R 61:470-4 O '63 

Small college discovers the world. L. R. 
Boiling, il Overseas 3:12-17 Ap '64 

Summer session in Tokyo; Sophia university. 
Mich Ed J 41:43 F '64 
ASPIRATION level 

Achievement orientations and career pat- 
terns of rural youth. G. H. Elder, jr. bib- 
liog f Sociol of Ed 37:30-58 Fall '63 

College and the American dream. R. J. 
Fisher, il Mich Ed J 41:28-9 Ap '64 

Need to aspire. J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:68 My 
'64 

Theory of vocational choice; vocational day- 
dreanas. J. L. Holland, bibliog Voc Guid Q 
12:93-7 Wint '63764 

Research 

Changes in career aspirations; a study of 

NDEA counseling and guidance institute 

participants. C. Coleman and B. Shertzer. 

Voc Guid Q 12:133-9 Wint '63/64 
Confusing literature on the OL. scale of the 

SVIB. R. R. Carkhuff and J. Drasgow. 

bibliog J Counsel Psychol 10:283-8 Fall '63 
Life goals and vocational choice. A. W. 

Astin and R. C. Nichols. J Ap Psychol 

48:50-8 P '64 
Test of academic aspiration. P. S. Anderson. 

J Ed Res 57:274-5 Ja '64 

Tests and scales 
Measure of level of occupational aspiration. 
I. W. Miller and A. O. Haller. bibliog Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:448-55 Ja '64 
ASSEMBLIES 
Did the family get out alive? dramatic as- 
sembly program on home fire drills. 11 
Safety Ed 43:22-6 Mr '64 

High schools 
Assembly and its presentation, a lost art? 
J. Cosby. Sch Activities 35:187-8 F '64 
Assembly programs. See Issues of School 

Spotlight Carver high. Mrs J. H. Copeland. 

Sch Activities 35:235-6 Ap '64 
Wide world of assembly programs. D. M. 

Teichler. H Points 45:12-17 My '63 

Junior colleges 
Instructor joins the assembly committee. A. 
Flanter. Ed 84:105-9 O '63 

Junior high schools 
Assemble your country. J. R. Sahli. Sch 
Activities 35:53-5 O '63 
ASSEMBLY line methods 
Effects of magnification on a subminiature 
assembly operation. R M. Nayyar and J. R. 
Simon, bibliog diags J Ap Psychol 47:190-5 
Je '63 



Industrial arts in Liberia; American Red 
cross- industrial arts team. W. H. Dyson 
and K. E. Dawson. 11 Ind Arts Teach 23: 
10-11 N '63 
ASSEMBLY rooms. See Auditoriums 
ASSIGNMENTS, Lesson 

New techniques for checking knowledge 
(based on work and observations in upper 
grades) N. G. Dairi. Soviet Ed 6:42-53 Ja 
•64 
Teacher responsibility for handwriting in 
junior and senior high schools. E. A. En- 
strom. H Sch J 47:34-9 O '63 
ASSISTANT teachers 

Education 
Senior teaching fellows. J. R. Wilson. Col 

Engl 25:48 O '63 
Training of the foreign language teaching 
assistant. S. 0ksenholt. Mod Lang J 47: 
368-71 D '63 

ASSISTANTS 

See also 
Administrative assistants 
ASSOCIATED colleges of the Midwest 

Cooperative inter-institutional personnel re- 
search of the Associated colleges of the 
Midwest. J. B. Tompkins. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:15-19 O '63 
Correlation of foreign language speaking 
competency and grades in ten midwestem 
liberal arts colleges. K. A. Mueller and W. 
Wiersma, jr. Mod Lang J 47:353-5 D '63 
New look in teacher education; ACM- Chicago 
urban semester. W. D. Lewis, il 111 Ed 
52:386-7 My '64 
ASSOCIATED schools project. See United Na- 
tions educational, scientific and cultural 
organization — Associated schools project 
ASSOCIATION (psychology) 

Cognitive balance and the development of 
meaning. E. P. Bettinghaus. bibliog f J 
Comm 13:94-105 Je '63 
Development of classificatory behavior. E. 
Rossi, bibliog Child Develop 35:137-42 Mr 
'64 
See also 
Associationism 
Word association 
ASSOCIATION, Freedom of. See Freedom of 

association 
ASSOCIATION for a world language, incorpo- 
rated, New York 
Other places, other times. J. H. Janis. J 
Comm 13:267-70 D '63 
ASSOCIATION for childhood education inter- 
national 
See also 
Joint committee of the Association for child- 
hood education international. Association 
for supervision and curriculum develop- 
ment. International reading association and 
the National council of teachers of English 

Meetings, 1964 
1964 ACEI study conference, il Childh Ed 

40:149 N '63 
Preliminary program, Portland, Ore, March 

29- April 3, 1964; study conference. Childh 

Ed 40:191-§ D '63 

Research committee 
Research: children's concepts. H. F. Darrow. 
Childh Ed 40:247-54 Ja '64 
ASSOCIATION for school, college, and univer- 
sity staffing 
Want a job? ASCUS. L. A. Eason. NEA J 
52:53-4 D '63 
ASSOCIATION for science education, England 
Need so desperate. Times Ed Sup 2538:46 

Ja 10 '64 
New lines in science; annual meeting of 
the A.S.E. il Times Ed Sup 2538:47 Ja 10 
•64 
ASSOCIATION for student teaching 
Concern for the individual in student teach- 
ing; forty-second yearbook, 1963. 240p bib- 
liog $4.75 '63 The assn. 
ASSOCIATION for supervision and curriculum 
development 
Individualizing instruction; yearbook 1964; ed. 
by R. C. Doll. 174p bibliog $4 ^64 The assn, 
N.E.A. 
See also 
Joint committee of the Association for child- 
hood education international. Association 
for supervision and curriculum develop- 
ment. International reading association and 
the National council of teachers of English 

Meetings, 1963 
18th annual conference, St Louis. March 10- 
14. Nations Sch 71:110-h My '63 



I 



JULY 1963— JUNF 1964 



43 



ASSOCIATION for supervision and curriculum 
development — Continued 

Commission on current curriculum 
developments 
Current curriculum developments. NEA J 
52:47-8 N '63 

Commission on teacher education 
Philosophic bases of decisions probed in 
ASCD report; Criteria for curriculum de- 
cisions in teacher education. Mich Ed J 
41:28-9 F '64 

Yearbook committee 

Composite of ideas about release of poten- 
tial. Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1964: 
159-61 

Fostering individualization in the classroom. 
Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrblt 1964:75- 
97 
ASSOCIATION of American colleges 

Academic freedom and tenure; 1940 statement 
of principles. AAUP Bui 49:192-3 Je '63^^ 

Report of board of directors. Liberal Ed 50: 
98-104 Mr '64 ^ . ^. ^, 

Report of executive director. T. A. Distler. 
Liberal Ed 50:112-19 Mr '64 

Statement on recruitment and resignation of 
faculty members. AAUP Bui 49:374-5 D '63 
See also 

Council for the advancement of small colleges 

Joint committee of the American association 
of university professors and the Associa- 
tion of American colleges 

IVleetings, 1964 

Minutes of the 50th annual meeting, Wash- 
ington, D.C, Jan. 13-16, 1964. Liberal Ed 
50:120-6 Mr '64 

State of liberal education; 50th annual meet- 
ing, Washington, D.C. January 13-16, 1964. 
W. W. Anderson. Sch & Soc 92:208-9 My 
2 '64 

Commission on academic freedom 
and tenure 
Commission on academic freedom and tenure. 
H. Borton. Liberal Ed 50:78-9 Mr '64 

Commission on Christian 
higher education 
Commission on Christian higher education. 
H. E. Dunn. Liberal Ed 50:81 Mr '64 

Commission on college finance 
Commission on college finance. S. G. Um- 
beck. Liberal Ed 50:83 Mr '64 

Commission on faculty and staff 
benefits 
Commission on faculty and staff benefits. 
J. D. Brown. Liberal Ed 50:84 Mr '64 

Commission on international 
understanding 
Commission on international understanding. 
J. R. Murray. Liberal Ed 50:85-7 Mr '64 

Commission on legislation 
Commission on legislation. C. N. Ellis. 
Liberal Ed 50:88-92 Mr '64 

Commission on liberal education 

Commission on liberal education. H. F. 
Lowry. Liberal Ed 50:93-4 Mr '64 

Commission on professional and 
graduate study 
Commission on professional and graduate 
study. L. W. Norris. Liberal Ed 50:95 Mr 
'64 

Commission on teacher education 
Commission on teacher education. P. W. 
Ness. Liberal Ed 50:96-7 Mr '64 

Commission on the arts 
Commission on tlie arts. G. C. Simpson. 
Liberal Ed 50:80 Mr '64 

ASSOCIATION of American geographers 

See also 
Joint committee on education of the Associa- 
tion of American geographers and the Na- 
tional council for geographic education 
ASSOCIATION of chief state school audio, 
visual officers 
ACSSAVO looks ahead. H. C. Ruark 11 Av 
Instr 8:444-5 Je '63 
ASSOCIATION of college and research libraries 
Shortcomings of LAD; letter to the editor. 
R. E. Ellsworth. ALA Bui 57:692-3 S '63; 
Reply. H. S. Hacker. 57:1001 D '63; Re- 
aoinder. 58:9 Ja '64 



ASSOCIATION of education committees, Eng- 
land 
A.E.C. case on Burnham. Times Ed Sup 2500: 
819 Ap 19 '63 

ASSOCIATION of ideas. See Association (psy- 
chology) 

ASSOCIATION of nations. See United Nations 

ASSOCIATION of research libraries 
From the Library of Congress; Union catalog 
of microfilms. E. Hamer and A. McCormick. 
ALA Bui 57:1017-19 D '63 
Sharing the cataloging load; planning com- 
mittee of ARL with LC. Wilson Lib Bui 
38:5254- Mr '64 

ASSOCIATION of school business officials of 
the United States and Canada 
Proceedings; forty- eighth annual meeting 
and educational exhibit, Dallas, October 
15-19, 19G2; theme: Enlightened school 
business administration aids educational 
development; ed. by C. AV. Foster. 481p 
bibliog il map plan diags $5 '63 The assn. 
Some questions and answers on ASBO partic- 
ipation in university centered workshops. 
G. F. Hansen. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S 
and Canada Proc 48:337-41 '62 

IVleetings, 1963 
A.S.B.O. meets in Denver; business officials 
worry about labor relations, professional 
standards. Nations Sch 72:58-9-f D '63 
1963 A.S.B.O. convention in Denver. R. M. 
Abbott, il Am Sch Bd J 148:47-8-f- Ja 
'64 
ASSOCIATION of state universities and land- 
grant colleges 

Rural development office 

Rural development office. Sch & Soc 92:117+ 
Mr 21 '64 
ASSOCIATION of teachers in colleges and de- 
partments of education, England 

Homerton homilies. Times Ed Sup 2499:773 
Ap 12 '63 
See also 

Joint working party of the British psycholog- 
ical society and the Association of teach- 
ers in colleges and departments of educa- 
tion 
ASSOCIATION of teachers in technical Insti- 
tutions, England 

Patronage or freedom; universities' testi- 
mony. Times Ed Sup 2534:883 D 13 '63 

Radical wing. Times Ed Sup 2507:1263 Je 7 
'63 
ASSOCIATION of technical institutions, Eng- 
land 

Down to earth technicians; signs of change 
at A.T.I. Times Ed Sup 2510:1420 Je 28 '63 
ASSOCIATION of universities of the British 
Commonwealth 

Commonwealth congress. K. Urwin. Times 
Ed Sup 2512:47 Jl 12 '63 

Commonwealth universities, il Times Ed Sup 
2513:92 Jl 19 '63 
ASSOCIATION of university teachers, England 

No dreaming amid the spires; A.U.T. puts 
N.I.C. right. Times Ed Sup 2524:447 O 4 '63 

Quid pro quo for expansion; A.U.T, N.I.C. 
and Robbins. Times Ed Sup 2533:848 D 6 
'63 

So many to teach; A.U.T, report plan. Times 
Ed Sup 2506:1207 My 3i '63 
ASSOCIATIONISM 

Associationism and the internal senses of 
Aristotle. T. J. Gannon, bibliog f Cath Ed 
R 61:505-18 N '63 
ASSOCIATIONS 

Documentation activities of associations. M. 
F. Tauber. bibliog il Wilson Lib Bui 38: 
768-72 My '64 

New cultural organization; Education and 
world affairs. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 3d quarter: 
156 '63 

Unearthing an organization's hidden per- 
ceptions: relationships between volunteers 
and staff. W. L. Brown. Adult Lead 12: 
239+ F '64 
See also 

Trade associations 

Youth serving organizations 

also names of associations, e.g. National 
association for the advancement of colored 
people 
ASSOCIATIONS, Educational 

Collection of educational data. L. Fernig. 
Int R Ed 9 no2:215-25 '63/64 

Local scholarships: an investment in the 
future; Oakridge-Westfir community schol- 
arship association, Oregon. W. Sybouts. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:80-8 D '63 

New dimensions for progress. B. W. Miller. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:18-22 N '63 



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ASSOCIATIONS, Educational — Continued 

Professional associations gain in elections. 
Pa Sch J 112:39G Ap '64 

Professional negotiations: toward quality edu- 
cation. D. H. Kruger. Mich Ed J 41:30-1+ 
Ap '64 ^. . ^ ^ 

Professional organizations: an editorial. P. C. 
Reed. Ed Screen Av G 42:261 My '63 

Schools are not factories. G. W. Denemark. 
NEA J 53:25-7 Mr '64 

Toward professional strength and responsible 
freedom. R. H. Wyatt. il NEA J 53:18-20 
F '64 
See also 

Accrediting associations 

Audio-visual associations 

Business education associations 

Conferences and conventions. Educational 

Parent-teacher associations 

Teachers associations 

Research 
Professional organizations and education. S. 

Elam and R. Garvue. bibliog R Ed Res 34: 

101-11 F '64 

Great Britain 
More for everybody; C.A.S.E. conference. 

Times Ed Sup 2522:342 S 20 '63 
More we are together; towards a teachers 

general council. Times Ed Sup 2507:1261 Je 

7 '63 ..... 

Not today, thank you; national centre for 

education in London. Times Ed Sup 2536: 

938 D 27 '63 

New York (state) 

See also 
Association for a world language, incorporated 

Scotland 
How much authority? Wheatley report con- 
sidered; General teaching council. Times 
Ed Sup 2511:17 Jl 5 'G3 
Rival professional bodies; dissidence in Scot- 
land. Times Ed Sup 2534:879 D 13 '63 
Scottish teaching council. Times Ed Sup 
2510:1422 Je 28 '63 
ASSOCIATIONS, Library. See Library associa- 
tions 
ASSOCIATIONS, Professional 
NEA, ABA, ADA, and AMA; a comparison. 
L. Kendall. Peabody J Ed 41:270-5 Mr '64 
Why join a professional association? J. F. 
Fairman. Av Instr 8:548 S '63 
ASTRONAUTS 
See also 
Space flight — Manned flights 
ASTRONOMY 
See also 
Earth 
Planetaria 
Solar system 

Teaching 
Stars in their skies. O. G. Thompson, il 111 
Ed 52:284-54- Mr '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Astronomy, student- size. C. A. Scott, diag 
Sci Teach 31:51+ P '64 

Equatorial mount for each student. R. S. 
Vrana. il Sch Sci & Math 64:107-9 F '64 

Overhead pro.iection constellations. J. E. 
Morlan. il Sci Teach 31:64 Mr '64 
ASTRONOMY, Spherical and practical 

Computing a lunar eclipse: an exercise in 
classical mathematics. S. L. Greitzer. Nat 
Council Teach Math Yrbk 28:265-73 '63 
ATARAX. See Tranquilizing drugs 
ATHEISM 

Anti- religious education: an important ele- 
ment in the ideological work of higher 
schools; review of articles. Soviet Ed 5: 
17-21 Je '63 

Concerning an individual approach in the 
atheistic upbringing of pupils. A. M. 
Netylko. Soviet Ed 6:28-34 N '63 
ATHENS in literature. See Greece in litera- 
ture 
ATHLETES 

Health needs in school athletic programs. 
J. H. Shaw, bibliog J Sch Health 33:205-9 
My '63 

Keeping the high school athletic candidate 
active. A. A. Savastano. Athletic J 44:38+ 
O '63 

Psychology of athletic success V F Krum- 
dick and N. C. Lumian. Athletic J 44:52+ 
S '63 
See also 

Baseball players 

Basketball players 

Football players 

Wrestlers 



Nutrition 

Effect of eating at vaj-ious times on sub- 
sequent performances in the 440-yard dash 
and half-mile run. G. M. Asprey and 
others. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec 
Res Q 34:267-70 O '63 

Improvements in physical fitness associated 
with a course of U.S. navy underwater 
trainees, with and without dietary supple- 
ments. T. K. Cureton. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:440-53 D '63 

Pre-game meal in a can! A. Kiess. il Schol 
Coach 33:60 Mr '64 

Personality 
Getting to really know your players. D. O. 
Nelson and P. Langer. Athletic J 44:39+ S 
•63 

Scholastic achievements 
High school athletes are brighter. R. M. 
Eidsmoe. Sch Activities 35:75-7 N '63 

Training 

Baseball in the gym. R. A. Briner and R. E. 
Smith, il diags Schol Coach 33:12-13+ D '63 

Complete training program. C. Martin, il 
Scbol Coach 33:30+ Ja '64 

Developing a 9.4 junior sprinter. B. S. Rock- 
hold, il Schol Coach 33:26+ Ap '64 

Developing the sprinter. J. U. Stein, il Schol 
Coach 33:22+ D '63 

Distance training the Arthur Lydiard way. 
K. Doherty. Schol Coach 33:47-9+ N '63 

Effects of dynamic and static training on 
vertical jumping ability. R. A. Berger. Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:419-24 
D '63 

Effects of five training combinations of swim- 
ming and weight training on swimming the 
front crawl. C. R. Jensen, bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:471-7 D '63 

Endurance via isometric exercise. B. Mor- 
gan, bibliog Athletic J 44:18+ N '62 

Improvements in physical fitness associated 
with a course of U.S. navy underwater 
trainees, with and without dietary supple- 
ments. T. K. Cureton. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:440-53 
P '63 

Individual defense: stance, position, move- 
ment. B. Kloppenburg. diags Schol Coach 
33:10-11+ D '63 

Indoor baseball drills in a confined area. R. 
Ellis, diags Athletic J 44:30+ Ja '64 

In-season isometrics for football. S. R. 
Brown, il Schol Coach 33:54+ Ap '64 

Isometric contraction program for football. 
B. J. Pickford. il Schol Coach 33:36+ N '63 

Mechanical analysis of the ideal approach 
to the javelin throw. T. K. Lambert, il 
Athletic J 44:18+ P '64 

Nature of endurance in running. J. K. Doher- 
ty. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:29-30+ Ap 
•64 

New concept in resistance training. W. E. 
Perrin. il Athletic J 44:16-17+ F '64 

Off-sea.=?on conditioning program for linemen. 
B. Hickey. il diags Athletic J 44:8+ Ja '64 

Planning the track man's daily workout 
schedule. T. Ecker. Athletic J 44:44+ F '64 

Practice regimen for young swimmers. D. 
Barrows, il Schol Coach 32:30+ Je '63 

Progressive calisthenics for football prac- 
tice. G. H. Storck. Schol Coach 33:90-1+ 
Ap '64 

Relationship between the team physician and 
the coach. B. Troppmann. Athletic J 44: 
54+ Ja '64 

Tournament experience for younger wres- 
tlers. G. H. Evans, il Schol Coach 33;22+ 
Ja '64 

Train your vaulters on the ropes. J. U. Stein. 
11 Schol Coach 33:46+ Ja '64 

Training and development of the college 
javelin thrower. J. McWilliams. il diag 
Athletic J 44:24+ Ap '64 

Training program for discus and javelin 
throwers. J. L. Kennison. Athletic J 44:58 
F '64 

Training program for high school distance 
runners. J. L. Kennison. Athletic J 44; 
33+ Ap '64 

Training trends in distance running. F. Wilt, 
il Schol Coach 33:10-11+ F '64 

Weight training for swimmers? C. Jensen, 
bibliog Athletic J 44:44-5 O '63 

Warming up practices 
Effect of passive warm-up on muscular 
strength and endurance. A. W. Sedgwick 
and H. R. WTialen. bibliog diags Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:45-59 Mr 
'64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



45 



ATHLETES^Warming up practices — Continued 
Influence of fatiguing warm- up exercises on 

speed of movement and reaction latency. 

W. H. Phillips, bibliog- Am Assn Health 

Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:370-8 O '63 
Looseness factor in speed on O2 consumption 

of an anaerobic 100 -yard dash. H. A. 

deVries. biblios Am Assn Health Phys Ed 

Rec Res Q 34:305-13 O '63 
ATHLETIC ability. See Physical ability 
ATHLETIC ability tests. See Physical ability 

ATHLETIC associations 

See also 
International federation of womens hockey 
associations 
ATHLETIC clubs 
Grinnell college Faculty kids club. K. El- 
liott, il J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:73 S '63 
ATHLETIC directors. See Coaches and coach- 
ing (athletics) 
ATHLETIC injuries. See Sports — Accidents and 

injuries 
ATHLETIC officials 
Coach vs. officials. O. Jorgensen. Sch Activi- 
ties 34:278 My "63 
Guide for track officiating. D. O. Matthews. 

Schol Coach 33:80-4+ S '63 
Officials and coaches are on the same team. 

C. J. Alderson. il J Health Phys Ed Rec 
34:40-2 N '63 „ 

Officiating in girls and women's sports. F. 
Koenig; M. Aitken; L. ]Magnuson. il J 
Health Phys Ed Rec 34:22-9 O '63 

Selecting your basketball officials. S. Ver- 
derame. il Schol Coach 32:24+ Je '63 

Training 
Intramural officiating. J. H. Naylor. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:77-8 S '63 
ATHLETIC record forms 
Charting basketball with a tape recorder. 

D. Blickenstaff. il Schol Coach 33:18+ Ja 
'64 

Fitness testing chart: an effective visual 
tool. H. Willis, sr. J Health Phys Ed Rec 
35:71 Ja '64 

Game-chart data processing for pitching per- 
fection. J. E. Nulton. il Schol Coach 33: 
22+ Mr '64 
ATHLETIC teams 
See also 

Football teams 
ATHLETIC tracks 

Quarter-mile track; layout. Schol Coach 33: 
52 Ja '64 

Those existing rubber tracks: how have they 
been working out? S. Westervelt. il 
Athletic J 44:30+ O '63 

ATHLETIC trainers 

See also 
Coaches and coaching (athletics) 
ATHLETIC training rooms 
High school training room. "W. Kanicki. il 

plan Schol Coach 33:36 Ja '64 
ATHLETICS 
Do sports and music mix? T. Haller. il Sch 

Musician 34:50-3 Ap '63 
Games are for playing. G. W. Hawks, il 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:46-7 My '63 
Health in physical education and athletics: 

ed. by J. H. Shaw. See issues of Journal of 

school health June 1963- 
Misconceptions in athletics and physical 

education. T. E. Shaffer, bibliog J Sch 

Health 33:346-50 O '63 
See also 
Baseball 
Basketball 
Boxing 

Coaches and coaching (athletics) 
Cricket 

Discus throwing 
FootbaJl 
Golf 
Hockey 

Javelin throwing 
Olympic games 
Physical education 
Professionalism in sports 
Shot-putting 
Sports 
Swimming 
Tennis 
Tournaments 
Volleyball 
Wrestling 

Bibliography 
Book.^ and bulletins. See issues of Journal of 

health, physical education, recreation 
New books. See issues of Athletic journal 
New books on the sport shelf. See issues of 

Scholastic coach 



Equipment 
Fiber glass pole vaulting. T. T. Pikulsky. 

diags Athletic J 44:16+ Mr '64 
Fiberglass pole vaulting. F. Ryan, il Schol 

Coach 33:8-9+ Mr; 7-9+ Ap; 20+ My 

'64 
Misconceptions about protective equipment 

and procedures in athletics. C. B. Fagan. 

J Sch Health 34:168-73 Ap '64 
New equipment. See issues of Scholastic 

coach 
New items in equipment and ideas. See issues 

of Athletic journal 
1964 second annual directory of sources of 

equipment and supplies for athletics, health 

education, physical education, outdoor edu- 
cation, and recreation. J Health Phys Ed 

Rec 35:45-52 Ap '64 
1963 buyer's guide to sports equipment for 

high schools and colleges. Schol Coach 

32:sup 1-30 Je '63 
Overhead projector at a track meet. J. W. 

Kautz. il Athletic J 44:23 Ja '64 
Palm Springs fitness run. R. Hough, il diag 

Athletic J 44:16+ N '63 
Palmistry for the gjonnast. E. J. Scrobe. 11 

Schol Coach 33:58+ S '63 
Products parade. See issues of Journal of 

health, physical education, recreation 
Trainer for fiberglass pole vaulting. W. E. 

Perrin. il Athletic J 44:76-8 Ja '64 
See also 
Archery— Equipment 
Baseball — Equipinent 
Football — Equipment 

Medical aspects 
See Sports medicine 

Rules and regulations 
Eligibility standards versus eligibility rules. 

Sch Activities 35:106 D '63 

Score cards 

Charting the hitters. D. Starrett. diags Ath- 
letic J 44:22+ F '64 

Total base average; latest system of base- 
ball averaging. T. J. Conroy. il Athletic J 
44:32+ F '64 

Utilization of game film. J. E. McVay. il 
Athletic J 44:14+ F '64 

Track and field 
See Track and field athletics 
Value 
Big time athletics' commitment to education. 
W. R. Reed. J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:29- 
30+ S '63 
Muscles and money. E. J. Shoben. Teach 
Col Rec 65:623-6 Ap '64 

Elementary schools 
Integrated public-parochial school activity 
program, il Schol Coach 33:30 D '63 

High schools 

Eligibility standards versus eligibility rules. 
Sch Activities 35:106 D '63 

Fitness today; what about tomorrow? F. N. 
"Williams. Sch Activities 35:21-3 S '63 

Participation in secondary school athletics. 
R. Erickson. Sch Activities 35:143-4 Ja '64 
See also 

Coaches and coaching (athletics) — High 
schools 

Junior high schools 

Needs of pupils in relation to athletic com- 
petition at the junior high school level. 
C. R. Meyers and F. W. Ohnmacht. Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:521- 
4 D '63 

Great Britain 
Far cry from Volgograd, il Times Ed Sup 
2524:442 O 4 '63 

Russia 

Rise of Soviet athletics. J. A. Marchiony. 
bibliog Comp Ed R 7:17-27 Je '63 
ATHLETICS. Intercollegiate 

As Michigan's Ruthven sees it. A. G. Ruth- 
ven. Mich Ed J 41:31 N '63 

Education-athletics nonsense; a proposal for 
severing the connection between higher edu- 
cation and competitive sports. J Higher Ed 
34:487-90 D '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 
29:34-6 F '64 

Intercollegiate and interschool athletics, as- 
sessing the accomplishments and problems. 
W. R. Reed. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
48:271-80 Ap '64 

Value 

Intercollegiate sports in academe. L. B. 
Perry. Liberal Ed 49:333-9 O '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ATHLETICS, Interscholastic , , ,, , .. 

Intercollegiate and interschool athletics, as- 
sessing the accomplishments and problems. 

W. R. Reed. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

48:271-80 Ap '64 , . , r, ^ 

Who savs we gotta win? R. M. Allen. Sch 
Activities 34:262 My '63 

Standards 
Standards for junior high school athletics. 
J. H. Shaw. J Sch Health 34:164-8 Ap '64 

Value 
Athletics are a menace to education. J. 

Cosby. Sch Activities 35:11-14 S '63 ^, . 
Athletics in education. A. T. Vincent, il Ohio 

Sch 41:30-1 O '63 . „ ^ ^ ,. 

Plea for j.h.s. athletics. R. D. Graham. 

Clearing House 38:79 O '63 

High schools 
Alamosa plan for athletics. J. H. Suehr. Sch 

Activities 35:45-8 O '63 
Eligibility standards versus eligibility rules. 

Sch Activities 35:106 D '63 
Emphasis on academic achieveinent and stu- 
dent interest in sports. L. R. Campbell. Sch 

Activities 35:137-8 Ja '64 
Health needs in school athletic programs. 

J. H. Shaw, bibliog J Sch Health 33:205-9 

My '63 
Hosting a high school basketball tournament. 

C. R. Gilbert. Sch Activities 35:109-11. 

147-9. 169-72 D '63-F '64 . , , 

Interscholastic wrestling for the high school; 

revival of interest in ancient sport. F. R. 

Krasnowski. Chicago Sch J 45:132-5 D '63 

Junior high schools 
Interscholastic athletics, yes or no? J. W. 

Jordan. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:5-6 

O '63 
Plea for i.h.s. athletics. R. D. Graham. 

Clearing House 38:79 O '63 
Standards for junior high school athletics. 

J. H. Shaw. J Sch Health 34:164-8 Ap '64 

Great Britain 
Competitors at Keswick for Cumberland 
championships. 11 Times Ed Sup 2506:1202 
My 31 '63 
ATHLETICS, Intramural 

Colleges and universities 
Intramural officiating. J. H. Naylor. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:77-8 S '63 

Elementary schools 
Springtime is tracktime. J. E. Ragsdill. il 
Tex Outl 48:20-1+ F '64 

High schools 

Co-recreational intramurals. P. Mallory. Sch 
Activities 35:68 N '63 

High school recreational program. R. Jacob- 
son, il "Wis J Ed 95:11-12 My '63 

Intramurals are recreation for all in the high 
school. R. O. Jacobson. Sch Activities 35: 
183-4 P '64 
ATHLETICS for girls and women 

Girls' sports blast off; first National insti- 
tute on girls sports. C. Bonner. Sch & Com 
50:28 Mr '64 

Officiating in girls and women's sports. F. 
Koenig; M. Aitken; L,. Magnuson. 11 J 
Health Phys Ed Rec 34:22-9 O '63 

Physical activities for girls: grades 7-9. New 
York (city) Board of education, bibliog 
diags N T C Bd Ed Curric Bui 1961-62 
no ll:205p 

Should men teach or coach girls' sports? 
G. N. Magness; H. M. Starr; D. Tipple. 
J Sch Health 33:278-80 Je '63 

Statement of policies for competition in girls 
and women's sports. American association 
for health, physical education, and recrea- 
tion. Division for girls and womens sports. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:31-3 S '63 

Track program for teen-age girls. K. Gibson, 
il Schol Coach 33:40+ Ja '64 
See also 

Hockey 

Lacrosse 
ATLANTA 

Public schools 

Desegregation in Atlanta schools. J. "W. Let- 
son, il NEA J 52:46-7 D '63 
• ATLANTA university system 

Project home economics at the Atlanta uni- 
versity center. F. Davis and M. Waymer. 
Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official 
Report 1963:239-46 



Atlanta university 
Negro colleges in Atlanta. G. Sisk. J Negro 
Ed 33:131-5 Spr '64 

Spelman college 
Negro colleges in Atlanta. G. Sisk. J Negro 
Bd 33:131-5 Spr '64 
ATLANTIC. Iowa 

High school 
How our library club functions. B. Mason. 
Sch Activities 35:138-9 Ja '64 
ATLANTIC college, Glamorgan, Wales 

Sixth form international; Atlantic college s 
second year. Times Bd Sup 2525:497 O 11 
'63 
ATLANTIC OCEAN _ , , 

Floor of the Atlantic Ocean. W. C. Difford. 
il map Instr 73:18-19 N '63 
ATMOSPHERE 

Recent advances in atmospheric sciences. 
L. W. Trowbridge, il maps Sci Teach 31: 
12-17 Mr '64 
ATMOSPHERIC humidity. See Humidity 
ATMOSPHERIC pressure 

Physiological effect 
Relationship between barometric pressure 
and relative humidity and classroom be- 
havior. G. I. Brown. J Bd Res 57:368-70 
Mr '64 
ATOMIC bomb shelters 
Below ground school and community shelter 
for 2,400 per.sons. F. M. Standhardt. Assn 
Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 
48:380-7 '62 
Constituent-congressional communication on 
fallout shelters: the congressional polls. 
R. A. Brody and E. R. Tufte. J Comm 
14:34-49 Mr '64 
Higher education and civil defense. S. L. 

Pittman. Ed Rec 44:332-5 O '63 
National shelter program. G. F. "West. Assn 
Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 
48:387-92 '62 
Public school buildings as air raid shelters. 
H. H. Ferris. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S 
ctnd Canada Proc 48:232-4 '62 
San Diego County school gets school fallout 

shelter, il Am Sch Bd J 147:29-30 D '63 
Sheltered life; teachers volunteered to learn 
shelter management techniques. M. L. 
Greene, il N Y State Ed 51:16-17 Ap '64 
Study of a school fallout shelter. J. Button 
and R. L. Pearce. plans Am Sch Bd J 147: 
31-3 O '63 
ATOMIC energy commission. See United States 

— Atomic energy commission 
ATOMIC nuclei 
Atomic nucleus models. L. Panush. il Sch 
Sci & Math 64:312-18 Ap '64 
ATOMIC orbitals 

Models 
Contour surfaces for atomic and molecular 
orbitals. E. A. Ogryzlo and G. B. Porter, 
bibliog il diags J Chem Ed 40:256-61 My '63 
ATOMIC theory 
Prout's chemical Bridgewater treatise. W. H. 
Brock, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:652-5 D "63 
ATOMIC warfare 

Children's responses to the nuclear war 
threat. S. K. Escalona. Children 10:137-42 
Jl '63 
ATOMS 

See also 
Atomic nuclei 
Atomic theory 
Isotopes 
Neutrons 
Stereochemistry 

Models 
Atomic and molecular models made from 
vinyl covered wire. G. O. Larson. II 
J Chem Ed 41:219-20 Ap '64 
ATTAINMENT tests 
See also 
Achievement tests 
ATTENDANCE 
See also 
Absences 
Enrollment 

Catholic schools 
Correlates of parochial school attendance. 
A. M. Greeley and P. H. Rossi. Sch R 
72:52-73 Spr '64 

Colleges and universities 

Changing plans of high school graduates. 

S- .?• ,rBli;<^lt ?-";? Aa ^- Hood. Personnel & 
Guid J 42:43-6 S "63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



47 



ATTENDANC E — Colleges and universities — 

Continued 
Collese enrollments of the hlphest ten per 

cent of Michigan hish school graduates. 

19G0. J. E. Milholland and others. Col & 

Univ 39:64-71 Fall '63 
Personal values and attitudes as determi- 
nants of post-highschool plans. R. F. 

Berdie and A. B. Hood. Personnel & 

Guid J 42:754-9 Ap "64 
Prediction of college attendance; Preliminary 

scholastic aptitude test. D. W. Seibel. bib- 

liog Voc Guid Q 11:265-72 Sum '63 
Relationship of ability to college attendance. 

A. B. Hood and R. F. Berdie. Col & Univ 

39:309-18 Spr '64 

High schools 

Factors associated with absenteeism among 
students in two metropolitan high schools. 
J. E. Greene, sr. J Exp Ed 31:389-94 Sum 
•63 

Improving attendance. L. Goldstein. H Points 
45:57-9 Je '63 

Inter-school comparisons of selected individ- 
ual characteristics of enrollees in two met- 
ropolitan high schools. J. E. Greene, sr. 
J Exp Ed 32:53-8 Fall '63 

Junior high schools 

Attendance in study halls. H. D. Carter and 
L. Hochberg. Calif J Ed Rea 15:18-23 Ja 
•64 
ATTENDANCE, Compulsory. See Compulsory 

education 
ATTENDANCE records. See Student account- 
ing — Record systems 
ATTENTION 

Application of an attention theory to retard- 
ate word learning. D. J. Moore. Teach Col 
J 35:49-50 N '63 

Black light box for reducing attention scat- 
ter in aphasoid cases. M. F. Palmer and 
J. Hanselman. diags J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 28:396-8 N '63 

Maintenance of vigilance in an auditory mon- 
itoring task. J. S. Kidd and A. Micocci. 
J Ap Psychol 48:13-15 F '64 

Perceptual development. E. J. Gibson, bib- 
liog Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1:144-95 
•63 

Use of written responses in the stimulated 
recall method. C. J. Krauskopf. bibliog J 
Ed Psychol 54:172-6 Je '63 
See also 

Set (psychology) 
ATTENTION seeking. See Emotional depend- 
ency 
ATTENTION span tests 
See also 

Memory span tests 
ATTICA in literature. See Greece in literature 
ATTITUDE, Change of 

Attitude change by parents of trainable men- 
tally retarded children as a result of group 
discussion. J. A. Bitter, bibliog Excep 
Child 30:173-7 D ^63 

Attitude changes in an N.D.E.A. institute. 
V. Jones. Personnel & Guid J 42:387-92 
D ^63 

Attitude changes of student teachers. T>. 
Corrigan and K. Griswold. J Ed Res 57: 
93-5 O '63 

Attitudes and education: a limited statement. 
A. R. Mead. Ed 84:427-32 Mr '64 

Changes in career aspirations; a study of 
NDEA counseling and guidance institute 
participants. C. Coleman and B. Shertzer. 
Voc Guid Q 12:133-9 Wint '63/64 

Changes in critical thinking, attitudes, and 
values from freshman to senior years. I. J. 
Lehmann. bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:305-15 
D '63 

Counselor movement as a result of an inten- 
sive six-week training program in counsel- 
ing. G. D. Demos and F. H. Zuwavlif. bib- 
liog Personnel & Guid J 42:125-8 O '63 

Development and modification of the elusive 
attitude. R. Edwards. Ed Forum 28:355-8 
Mr '64 

Effects of a program of advanced summer 
study on the self-perceptions of academ- 
ically talented high school students. E. 
Frankel. bibliog Excep Child 30:245-9 F ^64 

Effects of personal contact on intergroup re- 

Effects of threat appeals and media of trans- 
mission. K. D Frandsen. bibliog f Speech 
Mon 30:101-4 Je 63 

Effects of training in group processes on 
open-mindedness. F. S. Haiman. bibliog f 
J Comm 13:236-45 D ^63 

Ethics of debating both sides. R. Murphy. 
bibhog t Speech Teach 12:242-7 S '63 



Evaluation of first steps In the counseling of 

superior students. R. P. Koeppe and J. W. 

M. Rothney. Personnel & Guid J 42:35-9 S 

•63 
Factors related to the shift of professional 

attitudes of students in teacher education. 

L. T. Ofchus and W. J. Gnagey. bibliog J 

Ed Psychol 54:149-53 Je '63 
Group guidance with mothers of retarded 

readers. J. M. Studholme. Read Teach 

17:528-30 Ap '64 
Instructional approach to the development 

of an emergent value orientation. K. H. 

Hoover, bibliog J Teach Ed 14:402-5 D '63 
Operation abolition vs. Operation correction; 

two controversial political films. B. S. 

Greenberg. bibliog Av Comm R 11:40-6 My 

•63 
Small group discussion and modification of 

attitudes. H. H. Reiter. Improving Col Univ 

Teach 12:24-5 Wint '64 
Study of attitudes of teachers and pupils 

toward MPATI. L. Beymer and C. W. 

Hardaway. Teach Col J 34:177-9 My '63 
See also 
Personality change 

Research 

Attltudinal effects of a group discussion on 
a proposed change in company policy. K. 
Giffin and L. Ehrlich. Speech Mon 30:377-9 
N '63 

Attitudinal effects of Inadequate justification, 
J. L. Freedman. bibliog J Personal 31:371- 
85 S '63 

Changes in semantic compatibility during the 
production of a play. P. H. Tannenbaum 
and others, bibliog f Speech Mon 30:340-4 N 
'63 

Changes in the concepts of self and others 
of NDEA guidance institute members. R. C. 
Winkler and others, bibliog J Counsel 
Psychol 10:227-31 Fall '63 

College student subcultures: their structure 
and characteristics in relation to student 
change. D. Gottlieb and B. Hodgkins. bib- 
liog Sch R 71:266-89 Autumn '63 

Influence of anti-aggressive communications 
upon the response to provocation. H. Kauf- 
mann and S. Feshbach. bibliog J Personal 
31:428-44 S '63 

Language intensity, social Introversion, and 
attitude change. J. W. Bowers, bibliog f 
Speech Mon 30:345-52 N '63 

Sex and persuasibility. T. M. Scheidel. bib- 
liog f Speech Mon 30:353-8 N '63 

Student values: methods of appraisal and 
some Implications. D. W. Robinson, bibliog 
Liberal Ed 49:226-34 My '63 

Teletalk project: a study of the effective- 
ness of two public relations speeches. J. V. 
Irwin and H. H. Brockhaus. Speech Mon 
30:359-68 N '63 

Time, awareness, and order of presentation 
In opinion change. D. P. Schultz. bibliog J 
Ap Psychol 47:280-3 Ag '63 
ATTITUDE tests. See Attitudes— Tests and 

scales 
ATTITUDES 

Attitudes: a dialogue. K. Hoag. Ed Forum 
27:423-8 My '63 

Attitudes of Americans toward pronunciation. 
M. Twomey. bibliog f Speech Teach 12:204- 
13 S '63 

Attitudes toward adult education by social 
class. J. London, bibliog Adult Ed 13:226-33 
Sum '63 

Attitudes toward composers as reflected in 
three general encyclopedias of the early 
1960's. P. R. Farnsworth. J Res Mus Ed 11: 
142-3 Fall '63 

Barriers to change In educational organiza- 
tions. D. J. Willower. bibliog f TIP 2:257- 
63 D ^63 

Cultural values and employee attitudes: 
United States and Japan. A. M. Whitehill, 
jr. J Ap Psychol 48:69-72 F '64 

Danger beyond smoking. N. Cousins. Va J 
Ed 57:21 Mr '64; Same. Ed Digest 29:32-3 
My ^64 

Development and modification of the elusive 

attitude. R. Edwards. Ed Forum 28:355-8 

Mr '64 
Dimensions of analytic attitude In cognition 

and personality. S. Messick and F. J. 

Fritzky. bibliog diags J Personal 31:346-70 

S '63 
Effect of environment. A. Beery, bibliog 

Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1964:98- 

124 
Effects of testing programs on the attitudes 

of students, teachers, parents, and the 

community. C. Mahler and H. Smallen- 

burg. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt2:103-25 

'63 



48 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ATT I T U D E S — Continued 
Ends tor which we educate. F. H. Horn. 

Ed Forum 28:133-43 Ja '64 
From campus to company to company. A. G. 

Athos. J Col Placement 24:22-3+ D '63 
Human difference; how should we regard it? 

J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:53 O '63 
Job attitudes in management (cont) L. W. 

Porter, bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:267-75, 386- 

97; 48:31-6 As, D 'G3-F '64 
Professional image. G. D. Demos and M. V. 

Belok. Voc Guid Q 12:46-9 Autumn '63 
Sectarians and schooling. B. R. Wilson, 

Sch R 72:1-21 Spr '64 
See also 
Attitude, Change of 

Dogmatism , , ■, j.. 

National attitudes (attitudes toward other 

nationalities) 
Opinions (psychology) 
Political attitudes 
Race attitudes 
Religious attitudes 
Sex attitudes 
Social attitudes 
Stereotypes (psychology) 
Student opinion ^ ^^_ , 

Tests and scales — Influence of attitude 

College students 

All-university honors program; Edmund J. 
James scholars, R, Schoenbeck, il 111 Ed 
52:149+ D '63 ^ , 

Attitudes of college students toward employ- 
ment among married women, V, H. Hewer 
and G. Neubeck, Personnel & Guid J 42: 
587-92 F '64 ^ , ^ . . . 

Attitudes of university faculty, administra- 
tors, teachers, supervisors, and university 
students toward the gifted. J. L. Wiener 
and H. E. O'Shea. Excep Child 30:163-5 

Attitudes toward a programed text: The 
analysis of behavior compared with A text- 
book of psychology. T. J. Banta. bibliog 
Av Comm R 11:227-40 N '63 

Catholic students' attitudes toward college 
authority. M. Kinnane. Cath Ed R 61:294- 
301 My '63 , , ^ ^ „. 

Characteristics and problems of Indian uni- 
versities and their students. L. D. Eyde. 
bibliog Int R Ed 9 no4:461-76 '63/64 

College student subcultures: their structure 
and characteristics in relation to student 
attitude change. D. Gottlieb and B. Hodg- 
kins. bibliog Sch R 71:266-89 Autumn '63 

Connotative meaning of concepts: teachers 
and children. M. C. Wittrock, CaUf J Ed 
Res 15:60-7 Mr '64 , . 

Development of an academic predictor scale 
based on students' attitudes toward educa- 
tion; Academic attitude preference inven- 
tory. A. E. Juola. bibliog Personnel & 
Gui'd J 42:381-6 D '63 

Effects of training in group processes on 
open-mindedness. F. S. Haiman. bibliog 
f J Comm 13:236-45 D '63 

Exploring student attitudes about dating. 
E M. Duvall. J Home Econ 56:86-8 F '64 

Factored scales for measuring characteristics 
of college environments. J. C. Nunnally 
and others, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23: 
239-48 Sum '63 

Knowledge about psychology test. F. Costin. 
bibliog J Exp Ed 31:395-400 Sum '63 

Meletus or Socrates? H, L, Parsons. Liberal 
Ed 49:411-20 O '63 

Personality correlates of attitude toward 
mathematics. L. R. Aiken, jr. bibliog J Ed 
Res 56:476-80 My '63 

Relationship of cost of instruction and at- 
titudes toward instruction. G. H. Stempel. 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:207-9 D '63 

Small group discussion and modification of 
attitudes. H. H. Reiter. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 12:24-5 Wint '64 

Student values: methods of appraisal and 
some Implications. D. W, Robinson, bibliog 
Liberal Ed 49:226-34 My '63 

Subjective reactions of students to a pro- 
grammed workbook for a Continental class- 
room course. E. J. Robinson and O. Ler- 
binger. Av Comm R 11:241-52 N '63 

Wav to measure classroom teaching effective- 
ness. R. B. Hayes, bibliog f J Teach Ed 
14:168-76 Je '63 

Wav to measure teaching. R. B. Hayes. J Ed 
Res 57:47-50 S '63 

What's wrong with education in West Africa. 
E. H. Lieb. il Overseas 3:3-9 N '63; Reply 
with rejoinder. J. A. Majasan. 3:3 Ja '64 

Willingness to accept limitations and college 
achievement: a replication. E. M, Berger. 
J Counsel Psychol 10:176-8 Sum '63 



Research 
Presentation of test information to college 
freshmen. J. E. Holmes. J Counsel Psychol 
11:54-8 Spr '64 

Elementary school students 
Attitude and achievement in arithmetic. H. 

Bassham and others, Arith Teach 11:66-72 

F '64 
Attitude control. K. Reeves, 11 Grade Teach 

81:8+ Ja '64 
Children's perception of educable mentally 

retarded children, E, T, Clark, bibliog Am 

J Men Deficiency 68:602-11 Mr '64 
Development of racial bias in young children. 

J. K. Morland, bibliog f TIP 2:120-7 Je '63 
Development of responsibility perceptions of 

lower and middle class children, M. Zunich. 

bibliog J Ed Res 56:497-9 My '63 
Development of tiie child's conception of the 

teacher, R. H, Ojemann and B, C. F. 

Snider, bibliog J Exp Ed 32:73-80 Fall 

'63 
Exploratory study of the attitudes of non- 
crippled children toward crippled children 

in three selected elementary schools, H, K. 

Billings, J Exp Ed 31:381-7 Sum '63 
Germany's European children. S. M, Shafer. 

Teach Col Rec 65:361-71 Ja '64 
Programed learning, some recommendations 

and results, M. H. Maier and P. I. Jacobs. 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:242-55 Ap '64 
Some relationships of peer liking patterns in 

the classroom to pupil attitudes and 

achievement. R. Schmuck. bibliog Sch R 

71::^,:i7-59 Autumn '63 
Teacher leader behavior and pupil respect 

and liking. L. M. Smith and F. W. Lutz. 

J Ed Res 57:434-6 Ap '64 
What do marks mean to your pupils? E. F. 

DeRoche. Instr 73:79 My '64 

Graduate students 

Changing the behavior of graduate students 
in education. W, D. Hedges. Phi Delta 
Kappan 44:447-9 Je '63 

Ideal traits of the professional nurse de- 
scribed by graduate students in education 
and in nursing, J, Holliday, J Ed Res 57: 
245-9 Ja '64 

High school students 

Attitude formation in high- school seniors: a 
study of values and attitudes. E. G. Nolan 
and others, bibliog J Ed Res 57:185-8 D 
•63 

Comparison of adolescent and adult behav- 
ioral norm properties. R. D. Strom, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 54:322-30 D 63 

Do today's teenagers have less initiative? 
J. Havens, Ag Ed Mag 35:269 Je '63 

Elt'ect of classwork in economics on attitudes 
and understanding of a select group of sec- 
ondary school pupils, E. G. Sewell, J Ed 
Res 57:131-6 N '63 

Effects of sex differences on protective atti- 
tudes in delinquents and nondelinquents. 
W, C, Washburn, bibliog Excep Child 30: 
111-17 N '63 

Evaluation of the relationship between atti- 
tudes toward self and attitudes toward a 
vocational high school, D. Silverman, bib- 
liog J Ed Sociol 36:410-18 My '63 

Germany's European children. S. M, Shafer, 
Teach Col Rec 65:361-71 Ja '64 

High school seniors' images of California col- 
leges and universities. N. S. Hutchinson. 
Jun Col J 34:12-13 S '63 

How radical are our students? H. A, Tonne, 
J Bsns Ed 39:228-9 Mr '64 

Personal values and attitudes as determinants 
of post-high school plans, R. F. Berdie 
and A. B. Hood. Personnel & Guid J 42:754- 
9 Ap '64 

Slow learner in the academic high school. 
M. B. Slack and M. A, Boyer, Ed Lead 21: 
380-3+ Mr '64 

Subjective reactions of students to a pro- 
gramed workbook for a Continental class- 
room course. E. J. Robinson and O, Ler- 
binger. Av Comm R 11:241-52 N '63 

Teaching the Bill of rights to high school 
students; case study approach gives sub- 
stance to ideals. M. G. Guysenir. il Chi- 
cago Sch J 45:161-7 .Ta '64 

Tragedy of false gods. E. E. Hummel. Ed 84: 
176-80 N '63 

Junior college instructors 
Faculty image of the junior college. N. S. 

Hutchinson. Jun Col J 34:14-15 S '63 
Human relations are important. C, E, 

Blocker and R, C. Richardson, jr. il Jun 

Col J 34:19-22 Ap '64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



49 



ATT I T U D E S — Continued 

Junior college officials 
Survey of facts and attitudes concerning 
junior college offerings in education in 
eighty-three western junior colleges, Jan- 
uary 1962. D. K. Gast and J. B. Barnes, 
bibliog J Teach Ed 14:391-8 D '63 

Junior college students 
College students' images of Florida junior 
colleges. N. S. Hutchinson. Jun Col J 34: 
13-14 S '63 

Junior high school students 
Instructional television and student attitudes 

toward teacher, course, and medium. B. H. 

Westley and H. K. Jacobson. bibliog Av 

Comm R 11:47-60 My '63 
Study of attitudes of Negro teachers and 

pupils toward their school. N. L. Arnez. 

J Negro Ed 32:289-93 Sum '63 

Kindergarten children 
Children love it. J. L. Hymes. jr. Grade 
Teach 81:17+ S '63 

Parents 

Attitude change by parents of trainable 
mentally retarded children as a result of 
group discussion. J. A. Bitter, bibliog 
Excep Child 30:173-7 D '63 

Dimensional analysis of child-rearing atti- 
tudes of parents of handicapped children. 
J. J. Cook, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:354-61 N '63 

Group guidance with mothers of retarded 
readers. J. M. Studholme. Read Teach 
17:528-30 Ap '64 

Insurance practices of urban families with 
minor children. E. D. White and M. Dun- 
sing, bibliog f J Home Econ 55:707-14 N '63 

Inventory to measure the parental attitude 
variables in Roe's theory of vocational 
choice; with comment by R. F. Berdie. 
R. J. Brunkan and J. O. Crites. bibliog 
J Counsel Psychol 11:3-12 Spr '64 

Investigation of some child-rearing attitudes 
of mothers with retarded children. H. P. 
Dingman and others, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 67:899-908 My '63 

Moderately and severely retarded child: ma- 
ternal perceptions of retardation and sub- 
sequent seeking and using services ren- 
dered bv a community agency. W. H. 
Ehlers. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68:660- 
8 Mr '64 

Survey of problems of families of 168 men- 
tally deficient children: the medical serv- 
ices. C. G. Davies. Calif J Ed Res 14:153-63 
S '63 

What parents think of homework. G. Lang- 
don and I. W. Stout. NEA J 52:9-11 D '63 

Why not plow the young children under? R. 
Gans. J Nurs Ed 19:69-72 Ja '64 

Principals 

Comparison of teacher and principal attitudes 
toward faculty meetings. A. Blumberg and 
E. Amidon. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
48:45-55 Mr '64 

Elementary counselor as perceived by ele- 
mentary principals. W. P. McDougall and 
H. M. Reitan. Personnel & Guid J 42:348-54 
D '63 

Interview with a secondary school principal 
and his staff. E. Spaights. J Sec Ed 39:20-3 
Ja '64 

Research 

Changing concepts of teacher leadership. L. 
Nelson, bibliog Ed Lead 21:177-82 D '63 

Exploratory study of the attitudes of non- 
crippled children toward crippled children 
in three selected elementary schools. H. K. 
Billings. J Exp Ed 31:381-7 Sum '63 

Public's perception of social welfare agencies 
and organizations in an industrial com- 
munity. L. W. Shannon. J Negro Ed 32: 
276-85 Sum '63 

Retention of school learning as influenced by 
selected affective tone variables. C. M. 
Garverick. J Ed Psychol 55:31-4 P '64 

Study of attitudes of Negro teachers and 
pupils toward their school. N. L. Arnez. 
J Negro Ed 32:289-93 Sum '63 

Study of the attitudes of adolescent girls to 
their own physical, intellectual, emotional 
and social development. M. Hall. Ed Res 
6:68-70 N '63 

School administrators 
Attitudes of university faculty, administra- 
tors, teachers, supervisors, and university 
students toward the gifted. J. L. Wiener 
and H. E. O'Shea. Excep Child 30:163-5 
D '63 



Educators' attitudes toward educational prac- 
tices. R. S. Miller. J Ed Res 56:424-7 Ap '63 

Human side of school management or just 
how good are personnel relationships in 
New York state schools? D. J. McCarty 
and V. C. Nuccio. N Y State Ed 51:12-14 
Ap '64 

Instrumental music and the viewpoint of 
the school administrator^ L. A. Dalhaus. 
Sch Musician 35:62-3 F '64 

Reactions of a group of school administrators 
to Conant's recommendations for educa- 
tion in the junior high school years. O. 
Hughes and D. C. Manlove. bibliog In- 
diana Univ Sch Ed Bui 39:1-64 N '63 

Schoolmen tell views on small and big issues; 
A.A.S.A. survey. Nations Sch 73:92 Ap '64 

Superintendents and adult education; sum- 
mary of Opinions of school superintendents 
on adult education. National education as- 
sociation. Research division. NEA Res Bui 
42:8-11 F '64 

Student teachers 
Attitude changes of student teachers. D. 

Corrigan and K. Griswold. J Ed Res 57: 

93-5 O '63 
Experience in teacher training. T. J. Cole. 

Peabody J Ed 41:144-6 N '63 

Teachers 

Aftermath of a revolution. F. G. Delon. 
Arith Teach 10:481-3 D '63 

Amidon: a return to essentialism? from a 
Canadian point of view. F. H. Johnson. Ed 
Digest 29:29-31 N "63 

Attitudes and values: tools or chains? T. W. 
Parsons, bibliog Ed Lead 21:343-6+ Mr '64 

Attitudes of teachers towards their profes- 
sion in the Netherlands. H. W. F. Stell- 
wag. Year Book of Ed 1963:425-31 

Attitudes of university faculty, administra- 
tors, teachers, supervisors, and university 
students toward the gifted. J. L. Wiener 
and H. E. O'Shea. Excep Child 30:163-5 
D '63 

Attitudes toward the handicapped. D. A. 
Fendei-son. Minn J Ed 44:27+ F '64 

Causes of annoyance among Ceylonese grad- 
uate teachers. T. L. Green, bibliog J Ed 
Res 57:11-20 S '63 

Check on individualized reading. P. J. Groff. 
Ed 84:397-401 Mr '64 

Comparison of adolescent and adult behav- 
ioral norm properties. R. D. Strom, bib- 
liog J Ed Psychol 54:322-30 D '63 

Comparison of teacher and principal at- 
titudes toward faculty meetings. A. Blum- 
berg and E. Amidon. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:45-55 Mr '64 

Comparison of world-minded attitudes of 
Georgia and Oregon school teachers. K. C. 
Garrison. J Teach Ed 14:151-3 Je '63 

Current thinking about the future of busi- 
ness education. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 
39:140-2 Ja '64 

Do social studies teachers want curriculum 
change? W. T. Lowe. Social Studies 55: 
96-9 Mr '64 

Economic, legal, and social status of teach- 
ers; morale, opinions, and attitudes of 
teachers. H. Davis and others. R Ed Res 
33:409-11 O '63 

Educators' attitudes toward educational 
practices. R. S. Miller. J Ed Res 56:424-7 
Ap '63 

Human side of school management or just 
how good are personnel relationships in 
New York state schools? D. J. McCarty 
and V. C. Nuccio. N Y State Ed 51:12-14 
Ap '64 

Instructional television and the classroom 
teacher. J. O. Fritz and B. G. Massialas. 
Av Comm R 12:5-15 Spr '64 

Interview with a secondary school principal 
and his staff. E. Spaights. J Sec Ed 39:20-3 
Ja '64 

Lagging learners. J. R. Dettre. Clearing 
House 38:396-8 Mr '64 

Personalities, teachers and curriculum 
change. R. Urick and J. R. Frymier. bib- 
liog f Ed Lead 21:107-11 N '63 

Principal's role in facilitating innovation. M. 
Chesler and others. 11 TIP 2:269-77 D '63 

Problems in predicting teacher attitudes In 
Norway. J. Sandven. Year Book of Ed 
1963:419-24 

Professional attitudes toward a first course 
in speech and its requirement in American 
colleges. N. T. London, bibliog f Speech 
Teach 13:25-31 Ja '64 

Programed learning, some recommendations 
and results. M. H. Maier and P. I. Jacobs. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:242-55 Ap '64 

Questions parents ask. H. HefCernan. Grade 
Teach 81:42+ D '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ATTITUDES— Teachers — Continued 

Securing faculty support. J. C. Atherton. 

A? Ed Mas 36:147-8 D '.63 , ^ ^ 
Self-image and role perceptions of teachers: 

towards a typology. D. F. Swift and I. 

Rootman. Can Ed Res Digest 4:5-16 Mr 64 
Self-inventory for the teacher of general 

business. M. M. Brady. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 

22-3 F '64 , .;. 

Study of attitudes of Negro teachers and 

pupils toward their school. N. L. Arnez. 

J Negro Ed 32:289-93 Sum '63 
Survey of beliefs and practices relative to 

creativity. W. C. Wolf, jr. J Ed Res 57:384- 

5 Mr '64 . . , . , 

Survey of teachers' opinions of guidance 

services. J. C. Russell and A. R. Willis. 

Personnel & Guid J 42:707-9 Mr '64 
Teacher- counselor in the small high school. 

Sister Mary Julia Clare, bibliog Cath Sch 

J 63:45-6 O '63 , , . ,. 

Teacher reactions to school faculty meetings. 

A. Blumberg and E. Amidon. J Ed Res 

56:466-70 My '63 „„ , , , 

Varied attitudes of 488 teachers toward cur- 
riculum development. J. H. Littrell. Clear- 
ing House 38:339-41 F '64 
What do beginning teachers think of teacher 

training programs? H. M. Chase. Ohio Sch 

41:30-l"My '63 , . , ^ ^ ^ 
What teachers think of teacher education. 

Mich Ed J 41:20 Mr '64 ^ ,, .^ , _ _ , 

What thev really think. R. M. Palmer. J Col 

Placoment 24:33+ F '64 ^ ^ „. ,. 

Why do teachers reject change? G. C. Eidn- 

holz. TIP 2:264-8 D '63; Same cond. Ed 

Digest 29:26-8 Ap '64 

Teachers college students 
Attitudes of intending teachers to school 

reform in Sweden. S. Marklund. Year 

Book of Ed 1963:432-42 
Attitudes toward labor. R. E. Doherty. Ed 

Digest 29:4-7 O '63 , . , 

Factors related to the shift of professional 

attitudes of students in teacher education. 

L. T. Ofchus and W. J. Gnagey. bibUog 

J Ed Psychol 54:149-53 Je '63 
Social climate of teacher education. B. R. 

Joyce. J Teach Ed 14:179-83 Je '63 

Tests and scales 

Attitude changes of student teachers. D. Cor- 
rigan and K. Griswold. J Ed Res 57:93-5 O 
'63 , . . 

Attitudes of university faculty, administra- 
tors, teachers, supervisors, and university 
students toward the gifted. J. L. Wiener 
and H. E. O'Shea. Excep Child 30:163-5 
D '63 

Children's feelings of personal control as 
related to social class and ethnic group. 
E. S. Battle and J. B. Rotter, bibliog J 
Personal 31:482-90 D '63 

Comparison of world-minded attitudes of 
Georgia and Oregon .^^chool teachers. K. C. 
Garrison. J Teach Ed 14:l.'Sl-3 Je '63 

Conforming role of successful food service 
workers; Worker attitude inventory. J. P. 
Armatas. J. Counsel Psychol 10:304-6 Fall 
'63 

Counselor movement as a result of an inten- 
sive six-week training program in coun- 
seling. G. D. Demos and F. H. Zuwaylif. 
bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:125-8 O '63 

Development of an academic predictor scale 
based on students' attitudes toward edu- 
cation; Academic attitude preference in- 
ventory. A. E. Juola. bibliog Personnel & 
Guid J 42:381-6 D '63 

Development of the child's conception of the 
teacher. R. H. O.iemann and B. C. F. 
Snider, bibliog J Exp Ed 32:73-80 Fall '63 

Effect of classwork in economics on attitudes 
and understanding of a select group of 
secondary school pupils. E. G. Sewell. J Ed 
Res 57:131-6 N '63 

Effects of sex differences on protective atti- 
tudes in delinquents and nondelinquents. 
W. C. Washburn, bibliog Excep Child 30: 
111-17 N '63 

Effects of training in group_ processes on 
open-mindedness. F. S. Haiman. bibliog f 
J Comm 13:236-45 D '63 

Evaluation in the noncognitive areas. Li. B. 
Urdal. bibliog f TIP 2:213-17 O '63 

Factorial invariance and other psychometric 
characteristics of five opinions about men- 
tal illness factors. E. L. Struening and 
J, Cohen, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23:289- 
98 Stun '63 

Human relations are important. C. E. 
Blocker and R. C. Richardson, jr. il Jun 
Col J 34:19-22 Ap '64 



Note on job performance: differences be- 
tween respondent and nonrespondent sales- 
men to an attitude survey. W. K. Kirchner 
and N. B. Mousley. bibliog J Ap Psychol 
47:223-4 Je '63 

Note on the Nagle attitude scale. R. M. 
Guion and J. E. Robins. J Ap Psychol 48: 
29-30 F '64 

Q-sort instrument to assess the meaning of 
work. W. S. Neff and A. Helfand. bibUog J 
Counsel Psychol 10:139-45 Sum '63 

Retention of school learning as influenced by 
selected affective tone variables. C. M. 
Garverick. J Ed Psychol 55:31-4 F '64 

Self-image and role perceptions of teachers: 
towards a typology; Index of teacher ori- 
entation. D. F. Swift and I. Rootman. Can 
Ed Res Digest 4:5-16 Mr '64 

Self- percept and consumer attitudes toward 
small cars. E. Jacobson and J. Kossoff. J 
Ap Psychol 47:242-5 Ag '63 

Study of attitudes of teachers and pupils 
toward MPATI. L. Beymer and C. W, 
Hardaway. Teach Col J 34:177-9 My '63 
See also 

Minnesota teacher attitude inventory 

Parental attitude research instrument 

Research 
Graphic ratings and attitude measurement: a 
comparison of research tactics. J. B. Tay- 
lor and H. A. Parker. J Ap Psychol 48: 
37-42 F '64 
ATTITUDES, Professional. See Professionalism 
ATTORNEYS, See Lawyers 
AUBURN, Washington 

High school 
Thirty-nine shells solved school's expansion 
problem; hyperbolic paraboloids. 11 Nations 
Sch 73:52-5 F '64 
AUBURN university, Alabama 

School of home economics 
New labs stimulate nutrition research, il 
Prac Forecast 9:38-9+ F '64 
AUCTIONS 
More education and less glamour needed in 
junior steer sales. D. Miskell. Ag Ed Mag 
35:264-5 Je "63 
AUDIENCE reaction to moving pictures. See 

Moving pictures — Audience reaction 
AUDIENCE reaction to television. See Televis- 
ion broadcasting — Audience reaction 
AUDIENCES 

Imaginary forces; a minority report. D. 

Krempel. Q J Speech 49:383-8 D '63 
Palmar sweat investigation of the effect of 
audience variation upon stage fright. D. L. 
Bode and E. J. Brutten. bibliog f Speech 
Mon 30:92-6 Je '63 
Technique for teaching audience awareness 
and audience response to high school stu- 
dents. D. F. Behan. Speech Teach 13:52-4 
Ja '64 
Word and deed: Jefferson's addresses to the 
Indians. A. Hillbruner. bibliog f Speech 
Mon 30:328-34 N '63 

Research 

Effect of variations in nonfluency on audience 
ratings of source credibility. G. R. Miller 
and M. A. Hewgill. Q J Speech 50:36-44 
F '64 
AUDIO-lingual method (language teaching) See 
Languages, Modern — Teaching methods; 
Spanish language — Teaching methods 
AUDIOMETER. See Audiometry 
AUDIOMETRY 

Ability of deaf children to perceive speech 
sounds through the OL56 hearing aid sup- 
plied under the National health service. J. 
O. Darbyshire and F. Fee. bibliog Ed Res 
5:236-9 Je '63 

Age and normal hearing. L.. L. Price. 
J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:91-3 F '64 

Audiologic assessment of children. D. C. 
Shepherd and others, bibliog Volta R 65: 
486-95 N '63 

Clinical masking of air- and bone- conducted 
stimuli. G. A. Studebaker. bibliog diag 
J Speech &- Hearing Dis 29:23-35 P '64 

Detection and assessment of pseudohypoacusls 
among school -age children. W. Rintelmann 
and E. Harford, bibliog J Speech & Hear- 
ing Dis 28:141-52 My '63 

Effects of training upon audiometry with 
the mentally retarded. B. B. Schlanger and 
N. J. Christensen. bibliog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 68:469-75 Ja '64 

Electroencephalic audiometry in young chil- 
dren. R. Goldstein and others, bibliog J 
Speech & Hearing Dis 28:331-54 N '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



51 



AUDIOMETRY — Continued 

Elements of an effective public school hear- 
ing conservation prograni. A. T. Garber. 
biblios J Sch Health 34:132-7 Mr '64 

Evaluation of a recommended program of 
identification audiometry with scliool-age 
children. W. Mel nick and others. J Speech 
& Hearing Dis 29:3-13 F '64 

Method to test the hearing of mentally 
retarded children. E. L. LaCrosse and H. 
Bidlake. bibliog Volta R 66:27-30 Ja "64 

Nonorganic hearing loss in children and 
B6k6sy audiometry. J. L. Peterson. 
J Speech & Hearing Dis 28:153-8 My '63 

Pure tone air conduction thresholds of deaf 
children. E. H. Nober. bibliog Volta R 65: 
229-334- My '63 

Reliability of pure tone audiometry with 
the mentally retarded: some practical and 
theoretical considerations. N. J. Kopatic. 
Train Sch Bui 60:130-7 N '63 

Report on the use of the B6k6sy audiometer 
in the performance of the Stenger test. 
J. E. Watson and R. J. Voots. bibliog diag 
J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:36-46 F '64 

Tone decay in Vlllth nerve and cochlear 
lesions. E. Owens. J Speech & Hearing Dis 
29:14-22 F '64 

Research 

Spondee threshold measurement: a compari- 
son of 2- and 5-dB methods. J. B. Chaiklin 
and I. M. Ventry. bibliog J Speech & Hear- 
ing Dis 29:47-59 F '64 
AUDIO oscillators. See Oscillators 
AUDIO-vlsual aids 

Aids is obsolete. P. C. Reed. Ed Screen Av Q 
42:615 N '63 

Audio. M. U. Bildersee. See issues of Educa- 
tional screen and audiovisual guide 

Audio-visual advisory. J. Tanzman. See is- 
sues of School management 

Audio-visual aids. See issues of Journal of 
health, physical education, recreation 

Audio-visual aids: ed. by M. Oberle. See 
issues of Speech teacher through January 
1964 

Audio-visual aids in education. Times Ed 
Sup 2513:91 Jl 19 '63 

Audio-visual approach to Italy. J. F. Aceti. 
il Instr 73:98-1- Ja '64 

Audiovisual materials. See issues of NEA 
journal 

Audio-visual materials (cont) J. S&nchez. 
Mod Lang J 47:261-5; 48:156-60 O '63, Mr 

'64 ... 

Audiovisual media m correspondence study. 
Av Instr 8:590-3 O '63 

Av more than movies. A. B. Luce. Minn J 
Ed 43:11 My '63 

Audio visual teaching aids. C. Robinson. 
See issues of Journal of business educa- 
tion through May 1963 

Bringing change into focus. R. P. Abrams. 
Ed Screen Av G 42:364-5 Jl '63 

Copyright revision threatens use of a-v ma- 
terials. Am Sch & Univ 36:18 S '63 

Cross media: defined, explained. J. Tanzman. 
Sch Mgt 7:86-1- O '63 

Educational media for insight and under- 
standing; Project CUE, culture, under- 
standing, enrichment. K. Bloom, il Art 
Ed 17:14-16 My '64 

Effective use of cartoons in the classroom. 
H. R. Smith and D. A. Leptich. bibliog 
Clearing House 38:38-41 S '63 

From flannelboard to etv: an audiovisual 
demonstration. G. Faris and "W. C. Prigge. 
Nat Oath Ed Assn Bui 60:436-7 Ag '63 

Instructional materials; ed. by I. A. Eck- 
hauser. See issues of Social studies 

It's IMC for 1963; the third year of the deci- 
sive decade. H. C. Ruark, jr. il Ed Screen 
Av G 42:674-80 D '63 

Let's make better use of what we already 
have. E. A. George, il Int J Relig Ed 40: 
20-H- F '64 

Local production programs serve; picture 
story. J. Moldstad and G. Faris. Av Instr 
8:292-5 My '63 

Mrs Appleblossom and her many hats. L. 
Saks, il Ed Screen Av G 42:312-13 Je '63 

Modem courts: audiovisual deserts? J. Karas. 
il Ed Screen Av G 42:310-11 Je '63 

New materials. See issues of Educational 
screen and audiovisual guide 

New teaching aids; ed. by J. J. Urbancek. 
See issues of Chicago schools journal 

New visual aids in industrial education. Sch 
Shop 23:1024- Ap '64 

Profile of your next building. B. Castaldi. 
11 Ed Exec Overview 4:30-24- Je '63 

Sight and sound in social studies; ed. by 
W. H. Hartley. See issues of Social educa- 
tion 

So you're on the program. J. E. Kemp. 11 
Ed Screen Av G 43:138-9 Mr '64 



Teaching aids widen communication. H. 

Fleck. Prac Forecast 9:54- D '63 
To rebuild, not to remodel. R. H. Bell. Av 

Instr 9:229-30 Ap '64 
Tool for team teaching. 11 Sch Mgt 7:76-8 

N '63 
West Point AV story; AV in social sciences. 

G. K. Osborn. il Ed Screen Av G 43:31 

Ja '64 
West Point AV story; AV materials in mili- 
tary science. J. J. Dorney. il Ed Screen 

Av G 43:22-3 Ja '64 
What schools are doing; choosing and using 

educational media. G. Wagner, bibliog Ed 

84:379-81 F '64 
See also 
Film strips 
Lantern slides 

Moving pictures — Educational films 
Phonorecords 
Pictures 
Tape recordings 

Bibliography 

American Negro: an annotated list of educa- 
tional films and filmstrips. C. L. Redden. 
J Negro Ed 33:79-82 Wint '64 

Audio- visual aids; ed. by R. F. Freeland. 
See issues of School musician 

Bibliography of current films and filmstrips 
in elementary science, 1955-1962. P. A. Nel- 
son and G. B. Kelley. Sci Ed 48:42-59 F '64 

New publications. See issues of Educational 
screen and audiovisual guide 

Sources of information on audio-visual ma- 
terials for use by social studies teachers. G. 
Faris. Social Studies 54:177-81 O '63 

Cataloging 

Centralization of audio-visual and profes- 
sional materials; Central school district no. 
1, Lake Mohegan. N.Y. S. Mahoney. Wil- 
son Lib Bui 37:868-94- Je '63 

Unique venture in joint audiovisual mate- 
rials cataloguing. L. R. Lindeman. Ed 
Screen Av G 43:84-5 F '64 

Catalogs 
Spread the word. F. Gale. 11 Ed Screen Av G 

42:5684- O '63 
38th annual Blue book audiovisual materials. 

il Ed Screen Av G 42:440-65 Ag '63 

Circulation, loans, etc. 
Filmstrips for home use. O. Jenkins, il Ed 

Screen Av G 42:514 S '63 
Free film. M. Cunningham. Sch & Com 60: 

114- D '63 

Cost 
How big an audiovisual budget is big 

enough? T. C. Cobun. Nations Sch 72:68-f 

N '63 

Evaluation 
Audio-visual aids. See issues of Science 

teacher 
Evaluations of audio-visual aids. E. C. 

Clark. See issues of Catholic school journal 
Learning effects of pictures. O. Magne and 

L. Parknas. bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 33: 

265-75 N '63 
Some common problems in the use of audio- 
visual materials. P. A. Nelson and G. B. 

Kelley. Sci Ed 48:37-41 F '64 
Use of audiovisual materials in elementary 

school science. P. A. Nelson and G. B. 

Kelley. bibliog f Sci Ed 47:495-505 D '63 

Indexes 

See also 
Educational media index 

Production 

Custom filmstrips for your shop. G. Cipol- 
letti. il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:25-7 
Ja '64 

Filmstrips for local needs. K. L. Bowers. 11 
Av Instr 9:179-80 Mr '64 

Future teachers sharpen skills on film-tape 
project. R. B. Lorenz and R. H. Kuipers. 
il Av Instr 9:182-3 Mr '64 

How to plan A-V production facilities. J. 
Tanzman. il plan Sch Mgt 7:54-6 N '63 

Improving the learning environment; a study 
on the local preparation of visual instruc- 
tional materials. United States. Office of 
education. (OB-34n.31) bibliosr il maps plans 
diags US Office Ed Circ 718:1-148 '63 

Literature of local production. W. L. 
Veenendaal. bibliog Av Instr 8:324-30 My 
'63 

Make your own safety slideshow. R. L. 
Meyer, il Safety Ed 43:22-4 N '63 

Preparation of inexpensive lantern slides. W. 
H. R. Shaw and J. N. Aronson. diag J 
Chem Ed 40:483-4 S '63 



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AUDIO-visual aids — ^Production — Continued 
Story and color on film. Sister Mary Laurus. 

il Sch Arts 63:17-18 N '63 . . . 

Take-home workshops for inservice training. 

R A Frye. il Av Instr 8:314-15 My '63 
Tape duplication with speed and economy. 

G. L. Hart, il Av Instr 8:730-1 D 63 
Tape-slide programs. H. C. Laun. Am Biol 

Teach 26:173-7 Mr '64 
See also 
Moving picture production 

Projection 
Multi-screen technique critical to AMF train- 
ing program. B. T. Albaugh and M. A. 
L^kowitz il Ed Screen Av G 42:616-18 N 

Way to improve classroom communication. 

J E Morlan. il Ed Screen Av G 42:510-11 

S '63 
See also 
Moving picture projection 

Research 
Development of audio-visual learning aids. 
M. S. Stokes, bibliog Ed 84:368-72 F '64 
AUDlb-visual associations o rno i^ a 'c? 

Affiliate directory, il Av Instr 8:502-17 S 63 
Affiliate program; symposiiun. il Av Instr 
8:477-80 S '63 ^. , „ .„ 

Membership promotion; symposium, 11 AV 
In.str 8:474-6 S '63 
See also , . . ^. - ^ ,. 

Audio-visual education association of Cali- 
fornia . .. 
National audio-visual association 
National education association— Department 

of audiovisual instruction . _ 

New Hampshire audiovisual association 
New York state audiovisual council 
Rochester audio visual association 
AUDIO-visual centers. See Instructional ma- 
terials centers 
AUDIO-visual clubs 
Noon movies managed by and for the stud- 
ents. J. W. Berg. Sch Activities 35:241-2 
Ap '64 
AUDIO-visual communication 
Communication and audiovisual counter- 
point. H. B. Jackman. Av Instr 8:336-8 My 

Don't overlook the larynx. C. J. Markvart. 
Av Instr 9:125 F '64 

New age of the visible: a call to study. 
K. Winetrout. Av Comm R 12:46-52 Spr 
'64 

Perceptual principles and audiovisual prac- 
tices. M. Fleming, il Av Comm R 12:75-87 
Spr '64 

Evaluation 

Cinema attendance of a sub-elite Latin 
American group. H. W. Ellingsworth. Q J 
Speech 49:262-5 O '63 
AUDIO-visual coordinators. See Audio-visual 

specialists 
AUDIO-visual education 

Audio-visual advisory. J. Tanzman. See is- 
sues of School management 

Audio-visual education for the retarded. 
K. C. Cotter. El Sch J 63:441-7 My '63 

Case for a-v has been proved; now it's your 
move. W. A. Wittich. Nations Sch 71:61-4 
My '63 

Interpreting material presented in graphic 
form. G. H. McCune and N. Pearson, bib- 
liog Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk 
33:202-29 '63 

It's IMC for 1963; the third year of the 
decisive decade. H. C. Ruark, jr. il Ed 
Screen Av G 42:674-80 D '63 

Perceptual principles and audiovisual prac- 
tices. M. Fleming, il Av Comm R 12:75-87 
Spr '64 

You are in the people business. D. K. Berlo. 
il Av Instr 8:372-81 Je '63 
See also 

Audio-visual aids 

Moving pictures in education 

Radio in education 

Television in education 

Administration 
How good is your A-V director? T. C. Cobun. 

Nations Sch 73:118-f Mr '64 
Some somnambulant peregrinations in the 

land of A.S.A.P. W. C. Farlow. Ed Screen 

Av G 43:140 Mr '64 
Study of a small audiovisual community; 

Wantagh public schools, New York. F. M. 

Lehman. Av Instr 9:37-9 Ja '64 
Using tapes in the classroom; ed. bv J. 

Otterness and others. Minn J Ed 44:35 Mr 

•64 



West Point AV story; organization for audio- 
visual communications. A. B. DeWald. il 
Ed Screen Av G 43:20-1 Ja '64 

Aims and objectives 
Import of the Wantagh interviews and a 
modest proposal for next steps. S. Cohen. 
Av Instr 9:61-3 Ja '64 

Equipment 

See Audio-visual equipment 
Evaluation 

How good is your A-V director? T. C. Cobun. 
Nations Sch 73:118+ Mr '64 

What does audiovisual mean to you? a series 
of interviews conducted by S. Cohen in 
the Wantagh public schools. Av Instr 9: 
40-60 Ja '64 

Exhibits 

Audiovisuals at the NCEA convention; in- 
cluding a report on the Catholic audio- 
visual educators' meetings. E. C. Clark. 
Cath Sch J 63:24-6 Je '63 

Directory of exhibits; 1964 DAVI convention. 
Av Instr 9:113-15 F '64 

23d annual National audiovisual convention 
and exhibit, plan Ed Screen Av G 42:353-62 
Jl '63 

International aspects 

International AV committee reports progress, 
il Av Instr 8:756-7 D '63 

International rendezvous. W. A. Spalding. 
il Av Instr 8:424-6 Je '63 

New avenues of international cooperation 
in audiovisual language teaching. E. W. 
Bauer, bibliog Av Comm R 11:200-6 S '63 

Teacher education 
Austin's media dissemination project. H. E. 

Overfield and L. B. Ezell. il Tex Outl 47: 

20-1 N '63 
Cross-media teaching. J. E. Morlan. il Ed 

Screen Av G 42:318 Je "63 
Future teachers sharpen skills on film-tape 

project. R. B. Lorenz and R. H. Kuipers. 

il Av Instr 9:182-3 Mr '64 
Learning in an av equipment laboratory. M. 

Haleff. il Ed Screen Av G 42:564-5 O '63 
Student teachers teach themselves. W. J. 

Mars, il Ed Screen Av G 42:566-7 O *63 

Teacher education in service 

Constant contact: an essential of inservice 
education. B. L. Reed, il Av Instr 8:659-61 
N '63 

EMC directory; 1964 summer courses on 
educational media. Educational media 
council. Av Instr 9:184-6 Mr '64 

Reducing the research-to-practice gap; a 
cooperative learning resource and training 
center. I. J. Singer, il Av Instr 8:652-5 N 
•63 

Re-training. O. R. Bliven. Ed Screen Av G 
42:268-9 My '63 

Take-home workshops for inservice train- 
ing. R. A. Frye. il Av Instr 8:314-15 My '63 

Texas plan: a phased inservice training pro- 
gram. R. A. Frye. il Av Instr 8:671-3 N '63 

Yardstick for your inservice program. C. 
W. H. Erickson. Av Instr 8:678-80 N "63 

Bibliography 
Planning, conducting, and evaluating the 
inservice program or workshop; a selective 
bibliography; comp. by D. H. Currie. Av 
Instr 8:680-8 N '63 

Value 

Dealers, dollars and scholars. P. C. Reed. 
Ed Screen Av G 42:667 D '63 

Role of visual aids in stimulating puwils' 
cognitive activity. A. I. Zil'bershtein. bib- 
liog Soviet Ed 6:35-43 N '63 

Why is a picture worth a thousand words? 
G. L. Gropper. Av Comm R 11:75-95 Jl '63 

Colleges and universities 
Decentralization as a method of optimum 
utilization of educational motion picture 
materials in physical science classes. G. F. 
Powers and H. P. Zimmerman. Sci Ed 
47:454-5 D '63 

Elementary schools 
Better beginnings at Borrego. K. L. Bowers. 

il Av Instr 8:570-3 O '63 
Classroom centers for independent learning; 

viewing, listening and exploration centers. 

G. M. Pastoret. il Av Instr 8:574-7 O '63 
Listen, look, and learn; listening- viewing 

center. E. S. Bernthal. il Av Instr 8:582-3 

O '63 
Mrs Appleblossom and her many hats. L. 

Saks. 11 Ed Screen Av G 42:312-13 Je '63 



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53 



AUDIO-visual education — Elementary schools 
— Continued 

So how is av different in a nongraded pro- 
gram? M. M. Forbes, il Av Instr 8:578-9 
O '63 

High schools 

Early start at Campus high, il Av Instr 8: 
666-7 N '63 

Instructional technology. J. D. Finn. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:99-119 My '63 

California 
How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with L. R. Ramm. J. W. Brown. 
Av Instr 9:23-8 Ja '64 

Canada 
How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with Z. S. Phimister. F. R. 
Branscombe. Av Instr 9:18-20 Ja '64 

Colorado 
How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with N. B. Burbank. R. E. 
deKieffer. Av Instr 9:15-17 Ja '64 

France 
Educational media in France. R. A. Lefranc. 
Av Comm R 11:271-6 N '63 

Hawaii 
Hawaii's public school audiovisual program. 
W. H. Durr. il maps Ed Screen Av G 42: 
670-3 D '63 

Michigan 
Audio-visual minimum standards for Mich- 
igan. Michigan audio-visual association, il 
Mich Ed J 41:21-7 D '63 

Minnesota 
How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with F. B. Conner. N. Pearson. 
Av Instr 9:8-10 Ja '64 

New York (state) 

Educational media for insight and under- 
standing; Project CUE, culture, under- 
standing, enrichment. K. Bloom, il Art 
Ed 17:14-16 My '64 

Emerging instructional resources centers in 
state university colleges of New York state. 
F. Lane, il Ed Screen Av G 43:189-91 
Ap '64 

Four community agencies supporting audio- 
visual education programs in the Rochester, 
N.Y. area. J. Street, il Ed Screen Av G 
43:194-6 Ap '64 

Study of a small audiovisual community; 
Wantagh public schools, New York. F. M. 
Lehman. Av Instr 9:37-9 Ja '64 

What does audiovisual mean to you? a series 
of interviews conducted by S. Cohen In 
the Wantagh public schools. Av Instr 9:40- 
60 Ja '64 

North Carolina 

How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with B. ProfHtt. J. M. Shaver. Av 
Instr 9:28-31 Ja '64 

Ohio 

How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with R. L. McCormick. J. E. 
Dome. Av Instr 9:32-6 Ja '64 

Russia 
Role of visual aids in stimulating pupils' 
cognitive activity. A. I. Zil'bershtein. bib- 
liog Soviet Ed 6:35-43 N '63 

Texas 

Austin's media dissemination project. H. E. 
Overfleld and L. B. Ezell. il Tex Outl 47: 
20-1 N '63 

Demonstrations with a difference; Texas dis- 
semination project, il Av Instr 8:422 Je '63 

How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with D. Williams. E. "Tiemann. 
Av Instr 9:20-2 Ja "64 

Washington (state) 

How effective are our audiovisual pro- 
grams? interview with A. E. Lind. W. G. 
Gnaedinger. Av Instr 9:11-14 Ja '64 
AUDIO-visual education association of Cali- 
fornia 

Coordinating activities in a multi-afliliate 
state. A. Risdon: G. Rohrbough. map Av 
Instr 8:482-3 S '63 
AUDIO-visual equipment 

Audio. M. U. Bildersee. See issues of Edu- 
cational screen and audiovisual guide 

Audio-visual aids keep up with the times. 
W. H. King. Am ^h & Univ 34 :E 1-E6 
'62 



Audiovisual industry and educational change; 

symposium. Ed Screen Av G 42:369-76 Jl 

'63 
Audiovisual management. T. C. Cobun. See 

issues of Nation's schools 
Audio-visual minimum standards for Mich- 
igan. Michigan audio-visual association. 

il Mich Ed J 41:21-7 D '63 
Av more than movies. A. E. Luce. Minn J 

Ed 43:11 My '63 
Bringing change into focus. R. P. Abrams. 

Ed Screen Av G 42:364-5 Jl '63 
Caveat enwtor, audiovisual style; panel on 

critical issues in audio-visual education. 

R. Wyman. Av Instr 9:244-5 Ap '64 
Classroom centers for independent learning; 

viewing, listening and exploration centers. 

G. M. Pastoret. il Av Instr 8:574-7 O '63 
Directory of audiovisual equipment and serv- 
ices. Ed Screen Av G 42:382-8 Jl '63 
Dynamic changes are coming. W. G. Harley. 

Ed Screen Av G 42:368 Jl '6:^ 
Grant to education. 11 Ed Screen Av G 42: 

572-3 O '63 
Hawaii's public school audiovisual program. 

W. H. Durr. il maps Ed Screen Av G 42: 

670-3 D '63 
How many uses for a coathanger? A. L. 

Hyer. Av Instr 8:642+ O '63 
Learning in an av equipment laboratory. M. 

Haleff. il Ed Screen Av G 42:564-5 O '63 
Let's make better use of what we already 

have. E. _A. George, il Int J Relig Ed 40: 

20-1-f- F '64 
Listen, look, and learn; listening- viewing 

center. E. S. Bemthal. il Av Instr 8:582-3 

O '63 
New equipment. See issues of Educational 

screen and audiovisual guide 
Panel of specialists looks at a-v equipment, 

use. Nations Sch 71:65-80 My "63 
Rochester; audiovisual center of the world. 

G. G. Wallington. il Ed Screen Av G 

43:192-3-f Ad '64 
Student teachers teach themselves. W. J. 

Mars il Ed Screen Av G 42:506-7 O '63 
Technology and methodology look ahead. P. 

Lewis, il Ed Screen Av G 42:366-7 Jl '63 
Tool for team teaching, il Sch Mgt 7:76-8 N 

63 
Trade directory for the audiovisual field. See 

issues of Educational screen and audio- 
visual guide 
See also 
Loud speaking apparatus 
Magnetic recorders and recording 
Moving picture projectors 
Projection apparatus 
AUDIO-visual specialists 
Rediscovered art of listening. S. Duker il 

Av Instr 8:744-6 D '63 ^'^^^i. 

Role and function of the audiovisual super- 

y^^?r-J^- Hammersmith. Ed Screen Av G 

43:89 F '64 
^^i^",^, , °f ^^^ building coordinator. M. 

McMahan. Av Instr 8:418-19 Je '63 
we must base our profession on social 

needs. F. F. Harcleroad. il Av Instr 8:382-3 

Je 63 
Who needs an A-V director? T. C. Cobun. 

Nations Sch 73:76 Ja '64 

Duties 

^yy<^ii''F,J'^°0''<^inator: professional partner? 

M. McMahan. Av Instr 8:662-5 N '63 
Communication specialist and the learning 

center. H. R. Jensen. Ed Lead 21:234-74- Ja 
64 
Import of the Wantagh interviews and a 

modest proposal for next steps. S. Cohen. 

Av Instr 9:61-3 Ja '64 
Instructional service center: a new concept? 

J. J, Herman. Am Sch Bd J 148:17-19 F '64 
Superintendent talks to av supervisors. L. E. 

Angene. 11 Ed Screen Av G 42:506-7 S '63 

Education 

Issues of professional preparation; panel on 
critical issues in audiovisual education. R. 
O. Hall. Av Instr 8:712-13 N '63 
AUDIO-visual workers 

Appointed: one volunteer. D. A. Tuller. Ed 
Screen Av G 42:508-9 S '63 
AUDIO-visual workshops 

Constant contact: an essential of inservice 
education. B. L. Reed, il Av Instr 8:659-61 
N '63 

Planning conferences and workshops; sym- 
posium, il Av Instr 8:464-73 S '63 

Take-home workshops for inservice training. 
R. A. Frye. il Av Instr 8:314-15 My '63 

lexas plan: a phased inservice training pro- 
gram. R. A. Frye. 11 Av Instr 8:671-3 IST '63 
See also 

National workshop on educational media 
demonstrations 



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AUDITING . ,. „ ^ 

Closer look at school district audits. H. C. 
de Bruin. Am Sch & Univ 36:47-8 O '63 
Independent audits; an aid to school man- 
agement. R. Zech. Assn Sch Bsns Officials 
U S and Canada Proc 48:78-80 "62 
AUDITIONS. See Music contests 
AUDITORIUM activities. See Assemblies 

AUDITOR! UIVIS 
Acoustical desisrn of multi-purpose college 
auditoriums. R. Johnson. Am Sch & Univ 
34:H5-H 14 '62 
Chameleon auditorium. G. E. Ingham, il Av 

Instr 9:128 P '64 
Colorado school sets stage for new audito- 
rium design, il plans Nations Sch 72:47-51 
D '63 
Connecticut school divides auditorium and 

keeps stage, il Nations Sch 72:52 D '63 
Darien high school auditorium, il plans Am 
Sch Bd J 147:19-21 D '63; Same cond. 
Nations Sch 72:52 D '63 
Tomorrow looks interesting. J. Powell, il 
plan Am Sch Bd J 147:23-5 Ag '63 
AUDITORY blending test. See Roswell-Chall 

auditory blending test 
AUDITORY discrimination. See Discrimination 

(psychology) 
AUDITORY nerve. See Acoustic nerve 
AUDITORY perception. See Sound perception 
AUDITORY span. See Memory 
AUDITORY stimuli 
Clinical masking of air- and bone-conducted 
stimuli. G. A. Studebaker. bibliog diag 
J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:23-35 P '64 
Effectiveness of an educational film without 
direct visual presentation of content. C. H. 
Ketcham and R. W. Heath, bibliog Av 
Comm R 11:114-23 Jl '63 
How infants three, four, and five months of 
age respond to sound. J. Miller and others, 
bibliog Excep Child 30:149-54 D '63 
Maintenance of vigilance in an auditory mon- 
itoring task. J. S. Kidd and A. Micocci, 
J Ap Psychol 48:13-15 P '64 
Pitch and loudnes.s transposition in children 
and adults. D. A. Riley and J. P. McKee. 
Child Develop 34:471-82 Je '63 
Problems in aural reading. H. Kennedy. 
Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 27:86-100 '63 
AUDITORY tests. See Audiometry 
AUDITORY training of the deaf. See Deaf- 
Auditory training 
AUERSWALDS accounting and secretarial 
school, Seattle, Washington 
Roundup of dictation labs. B. W, May. il 
Bsns Ed World 44:15 Ja '64 
AUGIVIENTED Roman alphabet. See Alphabet 
AURAL comprehension. See Chinese language 
— Comprehension; Languages, Modern — 
Comprehension 
AURAL training. See Ear training 
AURORA, Colorado 

Public schools 
Filmstrips spark Aurora program. W. Mur- 
ray. Ed Screen Av G 42:258 My '63 
AUSCULTATION of the heart. See Heart- 
Sounds 
AUSTIN, Texas 

Public schools 
Austin's media dissemination project. H. E. 
Overfield and L. B. Ezell, 11 Tex Outl 47: 
20-1 N '63 
AUSTIN college, Sherman, Texas 
English major at Austin college. J. Nist. 
Col Engl 25:224-5 D '63 
AUSTRALIA 
See also 
Adult education — Australia 
Art education — Australia 
Asian students in Australia 
British teachers in Australia 
Catholic schools — Australia 
Education— Australia 
Higher education — Australia 
Speech education — Australia 
Student selection for teacher education — 

Australia 
Teacher education — Australia 
Teachers — Austral ia 
Television in education — Australia 

History 
Pioneers of Australia. C. M. H. Clark. II 
Times Bd Sup 2545:502-3 F 28 '64 
Native races 
Assimilating the aborigines, il Times Ed 
Sup 2501:864-5 Ap 26 '63 



AUSTRIA 

See also 
Adult education — Austria 
Colleges and universities' — Austria 
Education — Austria 
Personnel service — Austria 
Secondary education — Austria 

Description and travel 

Holiday plans; early winter skiing in Aus- 
tria. K. Wylie. il map Times Ed Sup 2529: 
655-6 N 8 '63 
AUTHORITARIANISM 

Authoritarianism and conceptual functioning 
in varied conditions. O. J. Harvey, bibliog 
J Personal 31:462-70 D '63 

Complementary- needs hypothesis, authoritar- 
ianism, dominance, and other Edwards per- 
sonal preference schedule scores. G. Beck- 
er, bibliog J Personal 32:45-56 Mr '64 

Forms of failure to respond and varieties 
of autlioritarianism. M. Weitman. bibliog 
J Personal 32:109-18 Mr '64 

Logical consistency, values, and author- 
itarianism in a sample of public school 
superintendents. G. L. Newsome, jr, and 
H. W. Gentry, bibliog f J Teach Bd 14:411- 
16 D '63 

Personality, family structure, and social class 
as antecedents of parental power assertion. 
M. L. Hoffman, bibliog Child Develop 34: 
869-84 D '63 

Prejudice: is it societal or personal? G. W. 
Allport. bibliog f Relig Bd 59:20-9 Ja '64 

Relationship between the ability to acquire 
interviewing skills and authoritarianism and 
manifest anxiety. A. Dispenzieri and B. 
Balinsky. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:40-2 
S '63 

Success for new counselors. L. C. Olsen. bib- 
liog J Counsel Psychol 10:350-5 Wint '63 

Two cheers for the authoritarian. A. M. 
Tibbetts. Col Engl 25:370-3 F '64 

Tests and scales 
Attitude formation in high-school seniors: a 

study of values and attitudes. E. G. Nolan 

and others, bibliog J Ed Res 57:185-8 D '63 
AUTHORITY 
Authority inception period in socialization. 

B. R. Dubin and R. Dubin. bibliog Child 

Develop 34:885-98 D '63 
Catholic students' attitudes toward college 

authority. M. Kinnane. Cath Ed R 61:294- 

301 My '63 
Interpersonal stimuli as interference In a 

sorting task. M. Brodsky. bibliog J Personal 

31:517-33 D '63 
Perception of authority in relation to open 

and closed belief systems. C. G. Kemp. Sci 

Bd 47:482-4 D '63 
Role of authority in democratic educational 

administration. F. M. Crowley and G. F. 

Cleminson. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 146:15-17 

Je; 147:13-14 Jl; 11-12 Ag '63 
Use of authority, subsidiarity and obedience 

in Catbolic school administration. W. F. 

Hogan. Cath Bd R 61:601-7 D '63 
Youth and authority. W. B. Simon. Ed Di- 
gest 29:16-18 S '63 
See also 
Authoritarianism 

AUTHORS 

Business education made me a successful 
writer. P. Pasqualini. il Bsns Ed World 44: 
26-7+ N '63 
See also 
Artists as authors 
AUTHORS, American 

American fiction and American life. P. Young. 
J Gen Bd 15:109-23 Jl '63 
See also 
Field, R. L. 
Irving, W. 
Mather, C. 
Miller, H. 
Neville, E. C. 
Poe, E. A. 
Roberts, B. M. 
TourgiSe, A. W. 
AUTHORS, Argentine 
See also 
GAlvez. M. 
AUTHORS, Chilean 
See also 
D' Hal mar, A. 
AUTHORS. English 
See also 
Swift. J. 
AUTHORS, French 
See also 
Chateaubriand, F, A. B. 
Marcel, G. 
Sartre. J. P. 



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55 



AUTHORS, German 

See also 
Goethe, J. W. von 
Hauptmann, G. J. R. 
Kafka. P. 
Mami, li. 
Stifter. A. 
Werfel. F. V. 
AUTHORS, Russian 
See also 
Chukovsku, K. I. 
Gosol. N. V. 
AUTHORS. Spanish 
Sec also 
Guti6rrez-Solana. J. 
Martinez Ruiz, J. 
Ortepa y Gasset. J. 
AUTHORS, Uruguayan 
See also 
Rod6. J. E. 
AUTHORS as teachers 
Jesse Stuart, here's to you! R. L. Tucker. 

Ed Forum 28:165-70 Ja '64 
One kind of anarchy. G. P. Garrett. Col Engl 

25:163-9 D '63 
Teaching of writing. K. Boyle. NEA J 53: 
11-12 Mr '64 
AUTHORSHIP 
Adventures in research. M. E. Andrews, il 

El Eng-1 41:79-83 Ja '64 
Press and school activities. E. H. Schmidt. 

Sch Activities 35:99-101 D '63 
Put it in writing. J. P. Collignon. Clearing 
House 38:281-2 Ja '64 

Textbooks 

American science textbooks and their authors, 

1915 and 1955. W. E. Brownson and J. J. 

Schwab, bibliog Sch R 71:170-80 Sum '63 

Textbook potential. G. H. Rawclift'e. il Times 

Ed Sup 2545:sup viii F 28 '64 
Writers on education; flow of print. H. C. 
Dent. Times Ed Sup 2538:50 Ja 10 '64 
AUTISM 

Teaching reading to an autistic boy through 
operant conditioning. F. M. Hewett. Read 
Teach 17:613-18 My '64 
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL elements in literature 
Biography in the interpretation of poetry. 
A. O. Aldridge. Col Engl 25:412-20 Mr '64 
Dramatic art vs. autobiography; a look at 
Long day's journey into night. G. H. Red- 
ford. Co! Engl 25:527-35 Ap '64 
La realidad artlstica en las tragedias grotes- 
cas de Ramon P6rez de Ayala. M. A, 
Beck, bibliog Hispania 46:480-9 S '63 
AUTO- INSTRUCTIONAL devices. See Teach- 
ing machines 
AUTO-INSTRUCTIONAL programs. See Pro- 
grams. Auto-instructional 
AUTOKINETIC illusion 

Perception of autokinetic movement by brain- 
injured and familial retardates. S. W. 
Bennett and C. H. Poit. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:413-16 N '63 
AUTOMATED test construction. See Tests and 

scales — Construction 
AUTOMATIC control 
See also 
Cybernetics 
AUTOMATIC data storage. See Information 

storage and retrieval systems 
AUTOMATIC information retrieval. See In- 
formation storage and retrieval systems 
AUTOMATIC promotions. See Promotions — 

Students 
AUTOMATIC tutors. See Teaching machines 
AUTOMATION 

Allocation of functions between man and ma- 
chines in automated systems. N. Jordan. 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:161-5 Je '63 
Automation: a must unit for general busi- 
ness. G. A. Myran. bibliog Bsns Ed World 
43:6-9+ Je '63 
Cybernation and the secretary. R. J. Thomp- 
son, il J Bsns Ed 39:189-90 P '64 
Understanding automation. E. J. Haga. See 

issues of Journal of business education 
What teachers should know about automation. 
V. M. Rogers, bibliog il NEA J 52:50-2+ 
O "63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:11-14 D '63 
See also 
Libraries — Automation 
Libraries, School- — Automation 
Ofllice practice — Avitomation 

Economic aspects 

Arresting technology. D. Gabor. Times Ed 
Sup 2527:584 O 25 '63 

Cause and cure of business teacher ob- 
solescence. M. P. Robek. Bsns Ed Forum 
18:16-18 P '64 

Economics and automation. H, M. Boodish. 
Social Studies 54:264-8 D '63 



Enlargement of opportimity in higher educa- 
tion. S. G. Tickton. Ed Rec 45:84-8 Wint 
'64 

General address; New industrial revolution: 
automation. G. E. Arnstein. Assn Sch Bsns 
Officials U S and Canada Proc 48:274-84 
•62 

What shall we teach about automation? H. L. 
Hurwitz. bibliog f Social Ed 27:301-4 O '63 

Educational aspects 

Automation. J. I. Mason and E. W. Moy. 
Clearing House 38:511-12 Ap '64 

Automation and education. D. G. Hogan. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 48:296-300 '62 

Automation and school dropouts. H. M. 
Boodish. Social Studies 55:67-70 P '64 

Automation: new tasks for the schools. V. M. 
Rogers. N Y State Ed 51:19 Ap '64 

Automation of teaching and learning, L. 
Mones. Clearing House 38:136-43 N '63 

Dropouts, automation, and the cities. R. A. 
Dentler. Teach Col Rec 65:475-83 Mr '64 

Help wanted, 1964, V. M. Rogers, il NEA J 
53:53 F '64 

Societal forces influencing curriculum deci- 
sions: economic influences. G. P. Vars and 
W. T. Lowe. R Ed Res 33:262-3 Je "63 
AUTOMATION in documentation. See In- 
formation storage and retrieval systems 
AUTOMOBILE accidents. See Accidents 
AUTOMOBILE camping. See Camping 
AUTOMOBILE drivers 

Allstate study calls for firmer parental hand 
on teenage drivers. Sch Activities 34:271-2 
My '63 

If you decide to ban student driving. W. R. 
Manning and R. V. Jones. J Sec Ed 38: 
262-8 My '63 

Problem drivers. Safety Ed 43:15 N '63 

Rate your date as a driver. Sch Activities 
35:181 P '64 

Signs don't slow motorists. Safety Ed 43: 
31-2 P '64 

Young drivers like speedways. Safety Ed 43: 

31 P '64 
AUTOMOBILE driving 
Athletes on wheels, il Times Ed Sup 2545: 

506 F 28 '64 
Children's values and pre-driver education. 

J. Bauer. Childh Ed 40:362-4 Mr '64 
Stop in time; a new way to teach your pupils 

how to do it. R. W. Bishop. 11 Safety Ed 

43:2-6 Ja '64 
Teenage drinking and driving. T. K. Plaum. 

il Safety Ed 43:2-5 My '64 
See also 
Automobile drivers 

Teaching 
See Driver education 
AUTOMOBILE engines 

Mufflers 
Muffler: a welding project. L. J. Jenkins. 
il diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:28 Je '63 
AUTOMOBILE industry and trade 

Heroic days in the French automobile in- 
dustry. J. M. Laux. bibliog French R 37: 
349-55 Ja '64 
AUTOMOBILE Jacks. See Jacks 
AUTOMOBILE mechanics 

Projects 
Classroom research: auto mechanics. K. W. 
Burk. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:59 O '63 
AUTOMOBILE models 
Job sheet for making a model car. G. Tol- 
bert and G. Benjaminson. il diags Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 53:35-6 F '64 
AUTOMOBILE parking 
If you decide to ban student driving. W. R. 
Manning and R. V. Jones. J Sec Ed 38: 
262-8 My '63 
AUTOMOBILES 
Household service life of durable goods. J. 
L. Pennock and C. M. Jaeger. J Home Econ 
56:22-6 Ja '64 
Self-percept and consumer attitudes toward 
small cars. B. Jacobson and J. KossoflE. 
J Ap Psychol 47:242-5 Ag '63 

See also 
Automobiles — Repairing 

Cost of operation 
Arithmetic project, automobile operation. 
C. D. Nadler. J Bsns Ed 39:108-10 D '63 



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AUTOMOBILES — Continued 
History 
Heroic days in the Frencli automobile indus- 
try. J. M. Laux. biblioK French R 37:349-55 

Ja '64 „ . . 

Repairing 

Body hammers. A. D. Johnson, dia&s Sch 
Shop 23:25 Mr '64 

Safety devices and measures 
See also 
Safety belts: 

AUTUIVIN , „ ^ no , •, o u 

Fall decorative panels. R. O. Burke, il Sch 

Arts 63:15-16 N '63 . ,. „ ^ ^ 

Harvest time. M. P. Bartlett. bibliog 11 Grade 
Teach 81:214- O "63 

Units of work 
It's autumn. V. Beard. Instr 73:32-f S '63 
AUXILIARY teachers. See Teachers aides 
AVANT-garde music. See Music 
AVARICE In literature . ^ ,-,. , , 

Double imase of avarice in Galdos novels 
J. J Alfieri. bibliog Hispania 46:722-9 D '63 
AVIATION engineering „ , ■ -^ 

Aviation electronics at Purdue university, 
avionics. A. S. Drew and J. R. Mans, il 
plans Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:63-5 Mr '64 
AVIATORS, See Air pilots 
AVO schools. See Education — Netherlands 
AVOCATIONS, See Hobbies 
AVOIDANCE reactions 

See also . . , 

Conditioned responses — Avoidance reactions 
AWARDS, See Rewards and prizes 
AWARENESS of self. See Self 
AWKWARDNESS „^ . „ 

Awkward age. D. Beckmann. PTA Mag 58: 
23 S '63 
AXE, Barbara , , .,^ , 

Quads' mother makes child care a science. 
11 Prac Forecast 9:22-3-t- Mr '64 
AXIOMATIC method. See Mathematics — Teach- 
ins methods 

AXIOMS . ^ 

From alg-ebra to geometry in four easy les- 
sons. M. C. Condit. Math Teach 57:40-1 
Ja '64 ^ . , . 

Some axioms for teaching real exponents. 
C. E. Falbo. Math Teach 57:212-14 Ap '64 
AYALA, Ram6n P6rez de. See P6rez de Ayala, 

R. 
al-AZHAR university, Cairo 
Girls at El Azhar; first year ends. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2514:116 Jl 26 '63 
AZORfN, pseud. See Martinez Ruiz, J. 
AZTEC, New Mexico 

High school 
Future teachers busy in Aztec. C. C. Harvey. 
Sch Activities 35:150 Ja '64 

Public schools 
Making pupils safety-conscious. C. C. Har- 
vey. 11 Sch Activities 34:265-6 My '63 



B 



B.S.C.S. See Biological sciences curriculum 

study 
BABIES. See Infants 

BABY sitters , . ^ ,, 

Eighth-graders as baby sitters. C. Morse, 
il Prac Forecast 9:43 O '63 
BACH, Johann Sebastian 
Piano, harpsichord; some additional thoughts. 

K. Speer. Am Mus Teach 12:22-3 My '63 
Problems of Interpretation in the music of 
Bach. F. Neumann. Am Mus Teach 12:20-1 
My: 13:14-15+ N '63 
BACHELARD, Gaston 
Realisine ouvert of Bachelard and Breton. 
M. A. Caws, bibliog f French R 37:302-11 
Ja '64 
BACKWARD areas. See Underdeveloped areas 
BACKWARD children. See Children, Backward 
BACON, Francis 
James G. Carter on Baconian induction. J. J. 
Chambliss. bibliog Hist Ed Q 3:198-209 D '63 
Scope of linguistic study. C. V. Hartung, 
Q J Speech 50:1-12 F '64 



BACTERIA 

Sewage lagoons and biology teachers. G. A. 
Vaughan. Am Biol Teach 26:281 Ap '64 

Culture 

Experiments with non-symbiotic nitrogen- 
fixing bacteria. S. R. Wicks. Am Biol 
Teach 26:282-4 Ap '64 
BACTERIOLOGY 

Experiments 
Experiments in bacterial ecology. R. M. 
Johnson. Am Biol Teach 26:277-81 Ap '64 
Experiments with non-symbiotic nitrogen- 
fixing bacteria. S. R. Wicks. Am Biol 
Teach 26:282-4 Ap '64 
BAEKELAND, Leo Hendrik 
Deo Hendrik Baekeland. 1863-1944: tr. by 
R. E. Oesper. J. GUlis. por J Chem Ed 
41:224-6 Ap '64 
BAER, Clarence Eugene 
Thirty-eighth Science education recognition 
award. C. M. Pruitt. por(cover) Sci Ed 47: 
417-25 D '63 
BAG lunches. See Lunches, School 
BAKERS and bakeries 

Baking industry studies high school voca- 
tional training courses for bakers. Am 
Voc J 38:18 S '63 
BAKING 
Why teach baking techniques and principles? 
F. T. Hall and M. M. Nielsen. J Home 
Econ 56:332-4 My '64 
See also 
Bread 
BAKING utensils. See Kitchen utensils 
BALANCE of nature. See Ecology 
BALDWIN, New York 

Public schools 
Prepare the community for educational 
change. J. Ryan and F. J. Bauerschmldt. 
il N Y State Ed 51:22-3 My '64 
BALL 
Kickball. P. Plummer. J Health Phys Ed Rec 

34:59 S '63 
Physical education games and activities. 11 
Instr 73:38-9 O; 16 N; 63 D '63; 10 Ja; 18 
F; 16 Mr; 12 My '64 
Wall ball. E. Mellen. diag J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 34:59-60 S '63 
BALL bearings. See Bearings (machinery) 
BALLET 

Conscience of educational foundations. W. W. 

Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:199 My 2 '64 
Ford foundation grants for ballet. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:108 F '64 
BALLIOL college. See Oxford. University, Eng- 
land — Balliol college 
BALLROOM dancing. See Dancing 
BALSA wood 
Designing with balsa wood. J. Lidstone. II 
Grade Teach 81:50-1 Ja '64 
BALTIMORE 

Education 
Project help; Early school admissions proj- 
ect. C. Brunner. Ed Digest 29:22-5 Mr '64 

Negro population 
Inter-racial experience of youth in Baltimore 
in out-of-school life. G. H. Bradley. J Ed 
Res 57:181-4 D '63 

Columbus school 
Operation understanding. J. Epstein. 11 
NEA J 53:22-4 Mr '64 

Dumbarton junior high school 
Team teaching; Dumbarton junior high 
school. J. A. Kleman. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 47:43 My '63 

Public schools 
Art and the under-achiever; a study. G. F. 

Horn, il Art Ed 17:10-14 My '64 
Art in the difficult school; a program. R. 

Micherdzinski. il Art Ed 16:14-16+ Je '63 

William S. Baer school 

Activities and attitudes of physically handi- 
capped special education graduates. O. F. 
Furno and M. H. Costello. Excep Child 
30:85-91 O '63 
BALTIMORE COUNTY, Maryland 
Public schools 

Determining obsolescence of school buses. 
W. M. Gordon. Am Sch & Univ 34:D 1-D4 
'62 

General physical science. H. E. Hale and 
C. W. Woodfleld. 11 Scl Teach 31:24-6 Mr 
'64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



57 



BALTIMORE Junior college, Maryland 
Complete training program. C. Martin. 11 
Schol Coach 33:30+ Ja '64 
BALZAC, Honor6 de 
From Godeau to Godot. S. A. Rhodes; reply. 
J. Fletcher. French R 37:78-80 O '63 
BAMBARA antelope headdress. See Head-gear 

BANANAS 
Trends in the banana export industry of 
tropical America. D. R. Hoy. J Geog 63: 
108-16 Mr '64 
BANCROFT, George 
Ms. that would not scour; centennial of the 
Gettysburg address. Wilson Lib Bui 38:378- 
9 Ja '64 
BANCROFT. Idaho 

North Gem public schools 
Why not a social studies laboratory? T, Bell. 
Social Studies 54:181-3 O '63 
BAND directors. See Conductors (music) 

BAND music ^, , 

Band music laboratory; ed. by D. Kaplan. 

See issues of School musician through June 

1963 
Band music reviews (cont of) Heritage of 

the band: ed. by H. B. Akers. See issues of 

School musician August 1963- 
Can we buy individual parts only? Q. C. 

Haskell. Sch Musician 35:62-3 D '63 
In defense of the symphonic band, L. Cail- 

liet. Mus J 21:32 N '63 
Keep yoxir eye on the band. P. Yoder. Mus J 

21:384- N '63 
Stage bands can teach better musicianship., 

L. Breeden. Sch Musician 35:22+ F "64 
Time to clean house? F. C. Bradac. Mus 

Educators J 49:77-8 Je '63 
Toward an ideal band arrangers workshop. 

R. B. Smith. Mus J 22:94-5+ Mr '64 
Uniform instrumentation results gratifying. 

S. Okun. il Sch Musician 35:54-5 F '64 
BANDAGES and bandaging 
Effect of exercise upon the measurable sup- 
porting strength of cloth and tape ankle 

wraps. R. M. Malina and others, bibliog 

11 Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 

158-65 My '63 
Orthopedic ankle strapping. G. L. Thompson. 

11 Schol Coach 33:26+ N '63 
See also 
Splints (surgery) 
BANDMASTERS. See Conductors (music) 
BANDS (music) 
Approach to the band's interpretation. R. 

Spicer. Sch Musician 34:43-4 Je '63 
Band man of the month. 11 Mus J 21:95 S; 87 

O; 72 N '63 
Beginning of a fourth career. G. S. Howard. 

il Sch Musician 35:34-5 D '63 
Contrapunctus to symphonic band. A. R. 

Abramson. il Mus J 22:38+ F '64 
Do we appreciate our band heritage? C. E. 

Whiting. Mus J 22:35+ Ap '64 
In defense of the symphonic band. L. Cail- 

liet. Mus J 21:32 N '63 
Is music to go down the tax cut-back drain? 

F. Li. McAllister. Sch Musician 35:82-3 Ap 

'64 
Karl King's wonderful Fort Dodge municipal 

band; ed. by L. J. Cooley. il Sch Musician 

34:41 D '62 
Keep your eye on the band. P. Yoder. Mus 

J 21:38+ N '63 
Let's look at methods; ed. by J. P. Heren- 

deen. See issues of School musician 
Orientations: adventures in the Mid-East. D. 

Ellington, il Mus J 22:34-6+ Mr '64 
Our town band was born; Brattleboro town 

band. Vt. B. H. Corwin. Sch Musician 35: 

58 N '63 
Southern California's unique youth band 

movement. B. Jani. Sch Musician 35:27-8 

Ag '63 
United States air force academy band. Mid- 
west clinic in Chicago, December 18. il Sch 

Musician 35:68-70 O '63 
United States army band, il Sch Musician 35: 

30-2 F '64 
What makes a champion? Joliet, HI. Ameri- 
can legion band. B. Laraway. il Sch Musi- 
cian 35:56-8 N '63 
See also 
Drum majors 
Wind instruments 
BANDS, School 
Are the high schools doing everything they 

can to develop grade school bandsmen? 

D. Tolosko. il Sch Musician 35:68 N '63 
Band music reviews (cont of) Heritage of the 

band: ed. by H. E. Akers. See issues of 

School musician August 1963- 
Band stand; ed. by A. L. Williams. See is- 
sues of School musician 



Bands vs. bonds. R. McGill. Mus Educators J 

49:77 Je '63 
Basketball bands can be a pleasure. J. L. 

Gerardi. il Sch Musician 34:22+ Ap '63 
Building better public relations. J. McGuin. 

Sch Musician 34:38-9 D '62 
Card sense with files. J. T. Whitney. Sch 

Musician 34:50-1 Mr '63 
Day the band room shrunk. H. Rudoff. Mus 

Educators J 50:130-2 S '63 
Do sports and music mix? T. Haller. il Sch 

Musician 34:50-3 Ap '63 
Excellence in junior college. W. W. Brick- 
man. Sch & Soc 91:297 O 19 '63 
Good neighbor policy in action. C. A. Wiley. 

il Sch Musician 35:66-7 F '64 
Guiding tho band program. J. Contino. 11 

Mus J 21:48-50+ S '63 
How a stage band was born; King super- 20 

showcase, il Sch Musician 34:46-7 Ja '63 
How do you develop a good stage band? D. V. 

Joseph. Sch Musician 35:24+ O; 16+ D '63 
How I plan and conduct a rehearsal. M. H. 

Hindsley. Sch Musician 34:38-9 Ja '63 
How I recruit beginners. C. Aamoth. Sch 

Musician 34:52-3 My '63 
How I recruit beginners. W. Ireland. Sch 

Musician 34:44-5 D '62 
How to improve intonation in your band. 

W. H. Noble. Sch Musician 34:52-3 Mr '63 
Improved tuning procedures. R. R. Pottle. 

Sch Musician 34:39-40 D '62 
It's here: football! make the most of it. V. 

Akers. Sch Musician 35:52 O '63 
Jazz in the classroom; Walt Whitman high 

school dance band. J. Nadeau. il N Y State 

Ed 51:23+ Ap '64 
Just for our teenage readers; ed. by M. 

Dwyer. See issues of School musician 

February 1961-August 1963 
Listening with the high school band. M. O. 

Johnson. Mus Educators J 50:83-4 Ja '64 
Marching bands. New York state, 1963. M. 

Sherman, il Sch Musician 34:42-3+ Ja '63 
Marching bands of the future. J. Berdahl. il 

Mus J 21:30+ D '63 
Meet Hawaii's H. P. Baldwin high school 

band. S. Watanabe. il Sch Musician 34:50-1 

My '63 
Meet two New York championship marching 

bands: the Hawks of Holley; the Little 

Irish of Rochester. M. H. Sherman, il Sch 

Musician 35:56-7+ O '63 
Merits of stage bands. W. Scott. Mus J 22: 

95 Mr '64 
Motivation plus! B. Masoner. il Sch Musi- 
cian 34:56-9 My '63 
Musi-caterers and stage band-its. H. P. 

Henderson. Mus J 22:44+ Ja '64: Reply. R. 

Wright. 22:36+ F '64 
Pan pipes and pigskins. Mus J 21:79 S '63 
Percussion ensembles; should your school 

have one? L. W. McCormick. Sch Musician 

34:12-13 F '63 
Personnel problems in the marching bands. 

J. H. Butler. Mus J 21:40+ My '63 
Quality as well as quantity. R. F. Goldman. 

Sch Musician 34:46 Je '63 
Rehearsal techniques for high school bands. 

K. Mackey. Sch Musician 35:32+ Ja '64 
6,000 stage bands can't be wrong. G. Hall, il 

Mus J 21:64-5 O '63 
Small band clinic; ed. by G. C. Haskell. See 

issues of School musician February 1963- 
Stage band clinic; ed. by D. V. Joseph. See 

issues of School musician October 1963- 
Stage band controversy. W. Barnett. Mus J 

22:94+ Mr '64 
Stage bands can teach better musicianship. 

L. Breeden. Sch Musician 35:22+ P '64 
State ASBDA active in Canal Fulton clinic. 

M. Carr. il Sch Musician 35:74-5 Ap '64 
Student speaks: what band did for me. M. L, 

Brouse. Mus J 22:90 Mr '64 
Use your camera. C. T. Garrison, il Sch Mu- 
sician 34:42-3 D '62 
What causes my band program to be success- 
ful. P. Fuller. Sch Musician 34:46-7 Mr '63 
What causes our band program to be success- 
ful. D. Harper. Sch Musician 34:45-6 D '62 
Why are so many school bands restricted? 

ed. by F. L. McAllister. Sch Musician 35: 

48-9 Mr '64 
Young America goes musical, il Sch Musi- 
cian 34:21-4 Ja '63 
See also 
American school band directors association 
Music camps 

National ROTC band association 
School band of America 

United States of America high school band 
BANDSAWS. See Saws 
BANG, Katherine 
In view: Katherine Bang, por Overseas 3: 

21-2 My '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



BANGKOK institute of child study. See Teach- 
ers colleges — Thailand 
BANK employees 
Cleanliness and successful bank clerical per- 
sonnel. J. C. White. J Counsel Psychol 10: 
192 Sum '63 
BANK Street college of education, New York 
Educational change process in a field proj- 
ect. C. B. Winsor. Am Assn Col Teach 
Ed Trbk 16:199-205 '63 
BANKS and banking 
See also 
Checks 
Savings and loan associations 

Teaching 

As good as gold. T, J. Jennings. Arith Teach 
11:118-19 P '64 , . , , 

California teaches the how and why of bank- 
ing. K. Ray. il Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 D '63 

How a goldsmith became a banker. L. Senesh. 
il Instr 73:38-9. 44 P '64 

Work- study class opens savings accounts. 
D. Joslin. Sch & Com 50:15-H O '63 
BANQUETS. See Father and son banquets 

BANTU languages „ .„, „ „...„ 

Modern Mashona poetry. Times Ed Sup 2517: 

189 Ag 16 '63 
Professor of Xhosa at Wisconsin. Sch & Soc 

92:121 Mr 21 '64 
Traditional Mashona poetry. Times Ed Sup 
2F;12:48 Jl 12 '63 
BANTUS _. _, ^ 

Mashona religious practice. Times Ed Sup 
2541:222 Ja 31 '64 
BAPTISTS 

See also 
Southern Baptist convention 
BAR mitzvah. See Jews — Rites and ceremonies 
BARBECUE grills 
Charcoal lighter. L. A. Braaten. il diag Sch 
Shop 23:52 Mr '64 
BARBER, Joseph 
Dr Joseph Barber heads new AVA teacher 
recruiting service, por Am Voc J 39:43 Ja 
'64 
BARDEEN, John 
Discoverv of the transistor: W. Shockley, 
J. Bardeen and W. Brattain. A. B. Gar- 
rett, bibllog J Chem Ed 40:302-3 Je '63 
BARGHOORN, Frederick Charles 
Association letters in the case of Professor 
Frederick C. Barghoorn, AAUP Bui 49:372- 
3 D '63 
Barghoorn affair and educational exchange. 
W. W. Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:63 F 22 '64 
BARIUM 
Qualitative detection of Ba, Sr, and Ca ions. 
R. Pariza. J Chem Ed 40:417 Ag '63 
BARKER. Ernest 
Pluralism and Christianity: the political 
thought of Ernest Barker. R. B. Ripley, 
bibllog f Christian Scholar 46:300-11 Wint 
•63 
BAROQUE music. See Music, Baroque 
BARR. Wllma Bailey 
Teacher from Alaska, il pors Instr 73:8-9 D 
'63 
BARRON, Francis Xavier 
Creativity explored; two psychologists and a 
business executive will carry convention 
theme, por Av Instr 9:102 F '64 
BARRY, Ruth 
Ode to an epitaph; review of Epitaph foi' 
vocational guidance, by R. Barry and B. 
Wolf. H. Lebensold. bibllog Voc Guid Q 
12:8-11 Autumn '63 
BART6K. Bela 
Keyboard's four most original composers. 
G. Anson. Am Mus Teach 13:22-3 S '63 
BASAL metabolism. See Metabolism 
BASEBALL 
A-bunting we will go! M. McConnell. 11 Schol 

Coach 33:16+ P '64 
Baseball readiness. R. E. Smith and R. A. 

Briner. il Schol Coach 32:20-1- Je '63 
Coaching the first baseman. G. Toporcer. il 
Schol Coach 33:12-13+ Ap '64 (to be cont) 
Coaching your hitters. G. Toporcer. 11 Schol 

Coach 33:34+ P; 14+ Mr '64 
Developing rotation and breaking pitches. J. 

Sain, il Schol Coach 33:7-9+ P '64 

Factor structure of major league ba.seball 

records. D. G. Barker. Am Assn Health 

Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:75-9 Mr '64 

Fifth Inflelder; demonstrated by J. Sanford. 

D. Weiskopf. 11 Athletic J 44:14-18+ Ja '64 

Heads-iip base running. R. J. Tiernev and 

D. O'Brien, il Schol Coach 33:22+ Ap '64 

Juan Marichal's high leg kick. D. Weiskopf. 

il Athletic J 44:8-10+ Mr '64 
Motion pictures as an aid in correcting base- 
ball batting faults. D. L. Watkins. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
228-33 My "63 



Outfield play for enclosed parks. D. Llt- 
whiler. Athletic J 44:54 F '64 

Pattern for the curve- ball pitcher. G. Dun- 
lap, il Schol Coach 33:10-11+ Mr '64 

Pitching; demonstrated by J. Hare and W. 
Howard. V. Ledbetter. il Athletic J 44: 
62-3 Ap '64 

Planned batting practices. L. Watts, il 
Schol Coach 33:26+ Mr '64 

Problem of hitting. L. A. Lande. il Athletic J 
44:12-13+ F '64 

Rear foot in batting. D. Weiskopf. 11 Athletic 
J 44:8-11+ F '64 

Running the bases. D. Curran. 11 Schol Coach 
33:22+ P '64 
See also 

Little leagues 

Equipment 

Indoor pitching mound. L. Kosobucki. II 
Athletic J 44:23 Ja '64 

Safety in your indoor batting cage. D. 
Young. Athletic J 44:36 F '64 

Simultaneously operated three-position elec- 
tric ball and strike indicator. S. J. Berri- 
man. il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:35-7 
N '63 

Signals and signaling 

Baseball sis'nal system. J. Stallings. Schol 
Coach 33:52-4 F '64 

Defensive communication. C. Nelson. Ath- 
letic J 44:24+ Mr '64 

Colleges and universities 
Baseball in the gym. R. A. Briner and R. E. 

Smith. 11 diags Schol Coach 33:12-13+ D '63 
Baseball training. D. Litwhiler and D. Fauls. 

il Athletic J 44:32-5+ D '63 
Bunting strategy: offense and defense. T. 

Russo. il Schol Coach 33:36+ Ap '64 
Bunting with an angled bat. T. Russo. il 

Schol Coach 33:7+ Mr '64 
Correlates of batting order. D. G. Barker. 

Athletic J 44:62+ Mr '64 
Developing a catcher. C. Balciulis. diags 

Athletic J 44:26+ Ap '64 
Offensive game conditions. D. Clegg. Ath- 
letic J 44:32+ Mr '64 
Opposite field hitting. C. Irace. Schol Coach 

33:48-9 Ap '64 
Push and pull phase of pitching. B. Hines. 

il Athletic J 44:12-13 Ap '64 
Seasonal planning and organization. H. H. 

Wolf. Athletic J 44:56+ Mr '64 
Simplify the second baseman's pivot. T, A. 

Petroff. diags Athletic J 44:55+ Mr '64 

High schools 
Baseball classes. B. Brian. Schol Coach 33: 

46+ Ap '64 
Baseball gimmicks. B. Gutierrez. 11 Athletic 

J 44:20+ F '64 
Batting objectively. J. Olszewski. Athletic J 

44:34+ F '64 
Charting the hitters. D. Starrett. diags 

Athletic J 44:22+ F '64 
Come down on the ball and go with the 

pitch! J. O. Herbold. il Schol Coach 33:34- 

6 Mr '64 
Defensive communication. C. Nelson. Ath- 
letic J 44:24+ Mr '64 
Game-chart data processing for pitching per- 
fection. J. E. Nulton. il Schol Coach 33:22+ 

Mr '64 
Indoor baseball drills in a confined area. R. 

Ellis, diags Athletic J 44:30+ Ja '64 
Playing the percentages. W. H. Hatch. 

Athletic J 44:20+ Mr: 28+ Ap '64 
Sure slidin's easy. P. M. Pote. il Athletic J 

44:48+ Mr '64 
Total base average; latest system of base- 
ball averaging. T. J. Conroy. 11 Athletic J 

44:32+ P '64 
Training the base coaches. B. Cohen, il 

Schol Coach 33:42+ Mr '64 
BASEBALL players 
Baseball in the gym. R. A. Briner and R. E. 

Smith, il diags Schol Coach 33:12-13+ D '63 
See nlsn 
Haller. T. F. 
BASEBALL scoreboards. See Scoreboards 
BASES (chemistry) 
Acid-base equilibria, pH; Lewis-Bronsted 

acid -base theory. H. N. Alyea. J Chem Ed 

41:A3.S4 My '64 
Acids, bases. H. N. Alyea. diag J Chem Ed 

40:A947-A948 T> '63 
Indicators: a historical perspective: tr. bv 

R. E. Oesper. P. Szabadvdry. J Chem Ed 

41:285-7 My '64 
BASIC education. See Fundamental education 
BASIC mathematics. See Mathematics 
BASIC research. See Research 
BASIC training. See United States — ^Army — 

Education 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



59 



BASKET making 
Weaving in the elementary grades. C. J. 

Alkema. 11 Arts & Activities 55:20-3 Ap '64 
BASKETBALL 
Beating the zone press. H. Munoz. diags 

Schol Coach 33:32+ N '63 
Fame, frenzy, frustration; the state basket- 
ball tournament. B. A. Stainer. 11 Minn J 

Ed 44:20-1 F '64 
Platoon system in basketball. A, Porter and 

R. Campbell. Athletic J 44:364- O '63 
Selecting your basketball officials. S. Ver- 

derame. il Schol Coach 32:24+ Je '63 
World netball at Eastbourne, il Times Ed 

Sup 2517:192 Ag 16 '63 

Scouts and scouting 
Basketball scouting. F. D. Handler, diaga 
Athletic J 44:32+ O '63 

Colleges and universities 
Blitz basketball system. B. Samaras, diags 

Schol Coach 33:10-11 N '63 
Buddying-up on free-lance plays; photo- 
graphs. Schol Coach 33:8-9 N '63 
Chaser zone offense. M. G. Severson. diags 

Athletic J 44:46-8+ O '63 
Combating basketball staleness. R. A. Briner 

and R. E. Smith. Athletic J 44:70-1 Ja '64 
Cordon the box. J. Sells, diags Athletic J 

44:24+ O '63 
Driving the post; demonstrated by L. Nance 

and J. Street. R. Grady, il Athletic J 44: 

36-7 N '63 
Individual defense: stance, position, move- 
ment. B. Kloppenburg. diags Schol Coach 

33:10-11+ D '63 
Instant offense: attacking by the numbers. 

Z. Hogeland. diags Schol Coach 33:22+ N 

'63 
Low post. R. L. Grady, il Athletic J 44:12-15 

O '63 
Mechanics of the jump shot. R. Wilder, il 

Schol Coach 33:26+ D '63 
Ohio Wesleyan's freeze attack. R. V. C. 

Merrill, diags Schol Coach 33:18+ N '63 
Organizing a fast break. B. A. Key. diags 

Athletic J 44:30-1+ D '63 
Shoot from the wrong foot. J. Sells, diags 

Athletic J 44:19+ D '63 
Simplified combination offense. C Winsor. 

diags Athletic J 44:23+ D '63 
Special setups. C. Wells, diags Athletic J 

44:50-2+ O '63 
Switch in time. R. Rubin, il Schol Coach 33: 

8-9-L D '63 
Theory of shot discipline. F. Lewis, diags 

Athletic J 44:9+ O '63 
Triple feature fast break drill. E. Edmonds. 

diag Athletic J 44:22+ N '63 
Unique basketball drills. F. A. Lindeburg. 

diags Athletic J 44:24+ N '63 
Vertical I. G. Phillips, diags Athletic J 44: 

34+ N '63 

High schools 
Application of sociometric technique in bas- 
ketball. J. J. Mc^Miirter. Athletic J 44; 

32+ N '63 
Attacking man-for-man and zone presses. J. 

M. Hartle. diags Athletic J 44:26+ N '63 
Basketball grows up. Sch Activities 35:208 

Mr '64 
Building an offense in high school. J. Dromo. 

diaes Athletic J 43:24+ Je '63 
Charting basketball with a tape recorder. 

D. BlickenstafC. il Schol Coach 33:18+ Ja 

'64 
Combination drills for the press. J. N. John- 
ston, diags Athletic J 44:24+ D '63 
Combining the shuffle and single post of- 
fenses. G. Carson, diags Athletic J 44:lO- 

11+ O '63 
Concealed switching man-to-man defense. A. 

Nida. il diags Schol Coach 33:12-13+ N '63 
Davies zone offense. J. R. Disler. diags 

Athletic J 44:22+ D '63 
Drills for successful rebounding. G. D. Noch. 

diags Athletic J 44:42-3+ N '63 
Effective out-of-bounds play. R. H. Joor. 

diags Athletic J 44:49-50+ N '63 
Fast break following an opponent's success- 
ful throw. G. E. Hill, diags Athletic J 44: 

44+ Ja '64 
Front covirt out-of-bounds play. A. Avery. 

diags Athletic J 44:28+ O '63 
Fundamental drills to develop a winning team 

at a small school. L. Julian, diags Athletic 

J 44:26+ S '63 
Hosting a high school basketball tournament. 

C. R. Gilbert. Sch Activities 35:109-11, 

147-9. 169-72 D '63-F '64 
Inside- outside zone offense. J. Corr. diags 

Athletic J 44:10+ N '63 



Key the guards. D. Paradise, diags Athletic 

J 44:20 N '63 
Mechanical analysis of jumping in basket- 

JDall. C. Luce, diags Athletic J 44:44+ S 
63 
Moving 1-3-1 offensive pattern. H. C. Linds- 

ley. diags Athletic J 44:20+ O '63 
1-3-1 shuffle. T. Griffin, diags Schol Coach 

33:7+ N '63 
Preparing for tournament play. W. Shublom. 

Athletic J 44:36+ D '63 
Shuffle, cut and deal. A. Poulin. diags Schol 

Coach 33:7+ D '63 
Snowplow offense vs. a man-for-man. J. 

Filor. diags Athletic J 44:20+ D '63 
Switching zone defense. D. L. Gries. diags 

Athletic J 44:8+ N '63 

Junior colleges 
Individual offensive moves. H. Landa. il Ath- 
letic J 44:11-14 N '63 

Junior high schools 
Triangle plus two. T. J. Watman. diags Ath- 
letic J 44:28+ N '63 
BASKETBALL players 
Combating basketball staleness. R. A. Briner 
and R. E. Smith. Athletic J 44:70-1 Ja '64 
Getting to really know your players. D. O. 
kelson and P. Langer. Athletic J 44:39+ 

Individual defense: stance, position, move- 
ment. B. Kloppenburg. diags Schol Coach 
33:10-11+ D '63 
Off-season check-list for junior high basket- 
ball players. G. Hastings, il Schol Coach 32; 
40+ Je '63 
Recipe for good defense. B. Carter. 11 Schol 
Coach 33:42+ Ja '64 
BATHS 

See also 
Shower baths 
BATHS (chemical apparatus) Sea Chemical ap- 
paratus 

BATHYSCAPHE 

Bathyscaph: USN Trieste. W. C. Difford. 
il map diags Instr 73:34-5 S '63 
BATIK 
Batik without the bath. R. D. Martin. 11 

Arts & Activities 55:26-3 Ap '64 
Fabric batik. L. Lauterburg. il Sch Arts 63; 

33-7 N '63 
We're dyeing to make unique batik. G. 
Schreiber. il Arts & Activities 54:24-6 N '63 
BATINTON (game) See Games 
BATONS 
Baton, friend or foe. W. C. Welke. Mus 
Educators J 50:129-30 F; 95-6 Ap '64 
BATS 
Bat in the belfry; story. R. Bloom. Grade 
Teach 81:33 O '63 
BATTERIES. See Storage batteries 
BATTING. See Baseball 
BAY CITY. Michigan 

Central high school 
High school training room. W. Kanlcki 11 
plan Schol Coach 33:36 Ja '64 
BAY VILLAGE. Ohio 

Bay junior high school 
Guidance^ functions only as a team effort. 
E. M. Chonko. il Ohio Sch 42:22-3 Ja '64 
BAYANIHAN dance company. See Dancing, 

Philippine 
BAYONNE, New Jersey 

High school 
Data processing is within your means; less 
paperwork, more administrative control. 
A. X. O'Connor. 11 Sch Mgt 7:52-4 O '63 
BEACHWOOD, Ohio 

High school 
How to start a high school humanities pro- 
gram; interviews. G. C Parker; R F 
Dober; A. Shapiro. 11 Sch Mgt 7:58-66+ D 
63 
BEARD, Ward P. 
Obituary 

Ag Ed Mag por 36:70 S '63 
BEARINGS (machinery) 
Principles of bearings and their applications. 
K Baugrud. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:62+ O 
63 

BEATLES (quartet) See Slngera 
BEAUTY. See Aesthetics 
BEAUTY, Personal 
See also 
Grooming. Personal 
BEAUTY culture. See Cosmetology 



60 



EDUCATION INDEX 



BECK, Lester F. 

Creativity explored; two psychologists and a 
business executive will carry convention 
tlieme. por Av Instr 9:102-3 F '64 
BECKETT, Samuel 
Beckett's verse: influences and parallels. J. 
Fletcher, biblioe f French R 37:320-31 Ja 
'64 
From Godeau to Godot. S. A. Rhodes; reply. 
J. Fletcher. French R 37:78-80 O '63 
BEECHER, Catharine Esther 
Catharine Beecher, crusader for calisthenics. 
W. G. Riordan. J Health Phys Ed Reo 
34:40+ S '63 
BEEF cattle. See Cattle, Beef 

BEES 

Units of work 

Bees are interesting insects. J. Hilton, il 
Instr 73:70 My '64 
BEEVILLE, Texas 

A. C. Jones high school 

Beeville's big switch-over; college-type 
schedule for high school students. T. D. 
Carter, il Tex Outl 48:24-5+ My '64 
BEHAVIOR 

Adolescent behavior and American society. 
R. H. Potvin. Cath Ed R 62:19-24 Ja '64 

Behavioral approach to counseling and guid- 
ance. J. Michael and L. Meyerson; discus- 
sion. Harvard Ed R 33:239-41. 381-3 Spr- 
Sum '63 

Compensatory reaction to angularly dis- 
placed visual feedback in behavior. C. 
McDei-mid and K. U. Smith, bibliog il 
J Ap Psychol 48:63-8 F '64 

Considerations in understanding characteris- 
tics of children and adolescents. S. Eise- 
man. bibliog J Sch Health 33:468-70 D '63 

Creative school mental health program. J. C. 
Lafferty and others. Nat El Prin 43:28-35 
Ap '64 

Developing socially responsible students. G. 
D. Maybee. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
47:32-4 O '63 

Diagnostic consistency and prediction: a note 
on graduate student skills. T. W. Mahan, 
jr. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:364-7 D 
•63 

Effects of positive social reinforcement on 
regressed crawling of a nursery school 
child. F. R. Harris and others. J Ed 
Psychol 55:35-41 F '64 

Influence of breast feeding on children's be- 
havior. M. I. Heinstein. bibliog Children 
10:93-7 My '63 

Linguistic content variable in school coun- 
seling. J. G. Snider, bibliog Personnel & 
Guid J 42:577-80 F '64 

Low pi'obability hypothesis. J. R. Cautela. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:670-3 Mr '64 

Modified model for test validation and selec- 
tion research. M. D. Dunnette. bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 47:317-23 O '63 

Motivation: foundation of persuasion. R. B. 
Fulton. Q J Speech 49:295-307 O '63 

Need to do. J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:48 Mr '64 

Note on the Nagle attitude scale. R. M. 
Guion and J. B. Robins. J Ap Psychol 48: 
29-30 F '64 

On theory-building in communication: some 
conceptual problems. L. O. Thayer, bibliog 
f J Coram 13:217-35 D '63 

One step further, affecting and reflecting. 
B. B. Strasser. il Childh Ed 40:409-15 Ap 
'64 

Personality, family structure, and social class 
as antecedents of parental power assertion. 
M. L. Hoffman, bibliog Child Develop 34: 
869-84 D '63 

Psychometric lawfulness and the prediction 
of behavior. N. J. Pallone. bibliog f Cath 
Ed R 61:433-42 O '63 

Taking the Icids for a ride; school bus prob- 
lem. E. S. Warren. N Y State Ed 51:13 
F '64 

Teen-age manners and make-up; with study- 
discussion program by B. M. Duvall. R. H. 
Loeb, jr. bibliog il PTA Mag 58:30-2, 36 D 
'63 

Thioridazine hydrochloride in the behavior 
disturbance of retarded children. M. Allen 
and others, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:63-8 .11 '63 

Undergraduate careers: alternatives and 
determinants. C. E. Bidwell and others, 
bibliog Sch R 71:299-316 Autumn '63 

Values, value .systems, and the good life. 
R. Palmer. Social Studies 55:129-31 Ap '64 
See also 

Aggressiveness (psychology) 

Animal behavior (psychology) 

Group behavior 

Imitation 

Problem children 

Verbal behavior 



Evaluation by clinicians 

Empirical test of the mongoloid stereotype. 

A. B. Silverstein. Am J Men Deficiency 68: 

493-7 Ja '64 
Gardner behavior chart as a measure of 

adaptive behavior of the mentally retarded. 

M. Dayan and J. McLean, bibliog Am J 

Men Deficiency 67:887-92 My '63 
Observing behavior in preschool children as 

a function of stimulus complexity. G. N. 

Cantor and others, bibliog il Cliild Develop 

34:683-9 S '63 
Screening in schools for behavior disorders: 

use of mothers' reports of symptoms. J. C. 

Glidewell and others, bibliog J Bd Res 56: 

508-15 Jl '63 

Evaluation by parents 
Screening in schools for behavior disorders: 
use of mothers' reports of symptoms. J. C. 
Glidewell and others, bibliog J Ed Res 56: 
508-15 Jl '63 

Evaluation by students 

Social class, parental punishment for aggres- 
sion, and child aggression. L. D. Eron and 
others, bibliog Child Develop 34:849-67 D '63 

Evaluation by teachers 

Screening in schools for behavior disorders: 
use of mothers' reports of symptoms. J. C. 
Glidewell and others, bibliog J Ed Res 56: 
508-15 Jl '63 

Research 

Age differences in performance on the Stroop 
color-word test. G. Rand and others, bib- 
liog J Personal 31:534-58 D '63 

Analysis of the quality of the behaviors of 
principals as observed and reported in six 
critical incident studies. B. Cooper, bibliog 
J Bd Res 56:410-14 Ap '63 

Assessment of teacher beliavior and instruc- 
tion. D. G. Ryans. bibliog R Bd Res 33: 
415-41 O '63 

Authority inception period in socialization. 
E. R. Dubin and R. Dubin. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:885-98 D '63 

Behavioral expectations of Negro and white 
teachers on recently desegregated public 
school faculties. N. Mays, bibliog f J Negro 
Ed 32:218-26 Sum '63 

Behaviors in group guidance (socio process) 
and group counseling (psyche process) C. 
G. Kemp. J Counsel Psychol 10:373-7 Wint 
'63 

Biological correlates of behavior. D. H. 
Bichorn. bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 
62 pt 1:4-61 '63 

Changing concepts of teacher leadership. L. 
Nelson, bibliog Ed Lead 21:177-82 D '63 

Children's dependent and achievement be- 
haviors in social situations and their per- 
ceptual field dependence. V. J. Crandall 
and C. Sinkeldam. bibliog J Personal 32: 
1-22 Mr '64 

Comparison of adolescent and adult behavioral 
norm properties. R. D. Strom, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 54:322-30 D '63 

Current research in mental retardation. D. J. 
Stedman. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:485-91 
Ag '63 

Current research on classroom behavior of 
teachers and its implications for teacher 
education; sympositim, ed. by H. F. Silber- 
man. J Teach Ed 14:235-325 S "63 

Effect of a teaching program in behavioral 
science on changes in causal behavior 
scores. R. H. Ojemann and B. C Snider, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:255-60 Ja '64 

Effects of instructions and initial reinforce- 
ment on fixed-interval behavior in retard- 
ates. M. W. Headrick. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:425-32 N '63 

Effects of work-requirements in two types of 
delay of gratification situations. R. Metz- 
ner. bibliog Child Develop 34:809-16 S '63 

Interpersonal communication behavior analy- 
sis: a research method. R. B. Buehler and 
.1. F. Richmond, bibliog J Comm 13:146-55 
S '63 

Logical consistency, values, and authori- 
tarianism in a sample of public school 
superintendents. G. L. Newsome. jr, and H. 
W. Gentry, bibliog f J Teach Ed 14:411-16 
D '63 

Observing behavior in children as a function 
of stimulus novelty. J. H. Cantor and 
G. N. Cantor, il diags Child Develop 35: 
119-28 Mr '64 

Operant conditioning in mental deficiency. 
M. W. Headrick. bibliog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 67:924-9 My '63 

Oral behavior of newborn infants as a 
function of age and time since feeding. L. 
S. Hendry and W. Kessen. Child Develop 
35:201-8 Mr '64 



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61 



B E H A V I O R — Research — Continued 

Psychological ecology of a nursery school. M. 
B. Shure. bibliog Child Develop 34:979-92 D 
•63 

Relation between intelligence and socially- 
approved behavior: a methodological 
cautionary note. S. M. Unger. Child 
Develop 35:299-301 Mr 'G4 

Relation of childhood intelligence, maternal 
behaviors, and social class to behavior 
during adolescence. J. Kagan and M. 
Freeman, bibliog Child Develop 34:899-911 
D '63 

Relationship between barometric pressure 
and relative humidity and classroom be- 
havior. G. I. Brown. J Ed Res 57:368-70 Mr 
'64 

Resistance to temptation and sex differences 
in children's use of fantasy confession. F. 
G. Rebelsky and others, bibliog Child De- 
velop 34:955-62 D '63 

Role-conflict in adolescence. F. Musgrove. 
bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:34-42 F '64 

School demands. A. Brenner and others. 
El Sch J 64:261-4 F '64 

Social reinforcement effects on child behavior. 
P. D. Horowitz, bibliog J Nurs Ed 18:276-84 
S '63 

Sociological correlates of child behavior. J. 
A. Clausen and J. R. Williams, bibliog 
Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1:62-107 '63 

Studies in diagnosis of brain injury and 
related behavior problems of children. D. 
F. Driggs. Childh Ed 40:277-9 Ja '64 

Teacher behavior theoiv and research: impli- 
cations for teacher education. D. G. Ryans. 
bibliog f diags J Teach Ed 14:274-93 S '63 

Tests and scales 
Appraisal of self-attitudes and behavior fol- 
lowing group psychotherapy with retarded 
young adults. L. Gorlow and others, bib- 
liog Am J Men Deficiency 67:893-8 My '63 
Effect of a teaching program in behavioral 
science on changes in cau.sal behavior 
scores. R. H. Ojemann and B. C. Snider, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:255-60 Ja '64 
Etiology and covariation of obstinacy, order- 
liness, and parsimony in young children. E. 
M. Hetherington and T. Brackbill. bibliog 
Child Develop 34:919-43 D '63 
Experiences with the OScAR technique; Ob- 
servation schedule and record. D. M. Med- 
ley, bibliog J Teach Ed 14:267-73 S '63 
See also 
Child behavior rating scale 
Gardner behavior chart 
BEHAVIOR, Anti-social 
Anti- social behavior among disadvanta§-ed 
vouth: some observations on prevention 
for teachers. C. V. Willie. J Negro Ed 33: 
176-81 Spr '64 
Personality factors in mild mental retarda- 
tion; family background and sociocultural 
patterns. C. E. Benda and others, bibliog 
Am .1 Men Deflciencv 6R:24-40 Jl '63 
Picture drama. W. R. Walsh. Excep Child 
30:427-30 My '64 
BEHAVIOR clinics. See Child guidance clinics 
BEHAVIOR patterns 
Analysis of remedial activities used by ele- 
mentary teachers in coping with classroom 
behavior problems. D. L. Barnes. J Ed Res 
56:544-7 Jl '63 
Best classifying every individual at every 
level. L. L. McQuitty. Ed & Psychol M 
2.T:337-45 Sum '63 
How much of reading is really learned? G. P. 
Sackett. bibliog Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 
27:110-13 '63 
Patterns of imitative behavior in young chil- 
dren. W. W. Hartup. bibliog Child Develop 
35:183-91 Mr '64 
Teacher behavior theory and research: im- 
plications for teacher education. D. G. 
Ryans. bibliog f diags J Teach Ed 14:274-93 
S '63 

Research 
Stereotyped movements of mental defectives. 
G. Berkson and others, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 66:849-52: 67:879-82; 68:409-12. 
511-24 My '62, My, N '63-Ja '64 
BEHAVIOR problems. See Hicrh school students 
— Disciplinary problems; Problem children; 
School children — Disciplinary problems 
BEHAVIORAL genetics. See Genetics 
BEHAVIORAL sciences 
Predictability and ethical freedom. K. C 
Bailey. Christian Scholar 46:126-34 Sum 
'63 
Research team in adult education. G. C. 
Husted. Adult Lead 12:136-8+ N '63 
See also 
Anthropology 



Teaching 

Effect of a teaching program in behavioral 
science on changes in causal behavior 
scores. R. H. Ojemann and B. C. Snider, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:255-60 Ja '64 
BEHAVIORISM 

Behavioral approach to counseling and guid- 
ance. J. Michael and L. Meyerson; discus- 
sion. Harvard Ed R 33:239-41, 381-3 Spr- 
Sum '6:-i 
Behavioristic approach to communication: a 
selective review of learning theory and a 
derivation of postulates. F. R. Hartman. 
bibliog Av Comm R 11:155-90 S '63 
BEING. See Ontology 
BEIRUT university, Lebanon. See Americaji 

university of Beirut 
B^KSSY audiometer. See Audiometry 
BELFAST, Ireland 

Schools 
Social factors and school influence in juvenile 
delinquency, an analysis of police cases in 
the Belfast juvenile court, July, 1961, to 
June, 1962; with comment by A. B. Clegg. 
G. A. Dell, bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 33:312- 
22 N '63 
BELGIUM 

See also 
Education — Belgium 

Mentally superior — Education — Belgium 
Teacher education — Belgium 
Technical schools — Belgium 
BELGRADE university, Yugoslavia 
U.S. student in Yugoslavia. L. Mintz. 11 Over- 
seas 3:11-15 P '64 
BELIEF and doubt 
I behave as I believe. H. Denman. 11 Int J 

Relig Ed 40:3 N '63 
Religion and fears about death: a critical 
review of research. D. Martin and L. S. 
Wrightsman. Relig Ed 59:174-6 Mr '64 
Religious beliefs of students at six colleges 
and universities. H. L. Parsons, bibliog f 
Relig Ed 58:538-44 N '63 
See also 
Faith 
Truth 
BELIEF and doubt (psychology) 
Perception of authority in relation to open 
and closed belief systems. C. G. Kemp. 
Sci Ed 47:482-4 D '63 
BELL, Hobart H. 
Hobart Bell, editor, retires. W. E. Henry, 
il pors Ohio Sch 42:12-13 F '64 
BELL ringing. See Bells 
BELL telephone laboratories 
Training program for secretaries and the 
executives they serve: Bell telephone labo- 
ratories. Whippany. N.J. H. B. Filmer. il 
J Bsns Ed 38:323-5 My '63 
BELLES-iettres. See Literature 
BELLEVILLE, New Jersey 

High school 
Student tutors for floundering classmates. 
Sch Activities 35:255-6 Ap '64 
BELLOWS 
Fireplace bellows. P. A. Zambella. il diag Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 52:42 S '63 
BELLPORT, New York 

High school 
PIP insurance plan and the Bellport school 
fire, il Am Sch Bd J 147:25-6 D '63 
BELLS 
Handbell ringing correlated with the arts. 
B. P. Erb. il Mus Educators J 50:117 Ja '64 
BELLSON, Louis 
Louis Bellson story, por Sch Musician 35:32-3 
D '63 
BELOIT college, Wisconsin 
Curriculum changes at Be'oit. Sch & Soc 

92:210 My 2 '64 
Recipe for revolution: Beloit's nineteen 
ingredients. S. Hayward. Liberal Ed 49* 
493-501 D '63 
BELT racks 
Belt holder. J. T. Sealey. il Sch Shop 23:20 
Ja '64 
BELTS, Safety. See Safety belts 
BENDER gestalt test 
Form copying tests for prediction of first 
grade reading. B. K. Keogh. bibliog Clare- 
mont Read Conf Yrbk 27:141-4 '63 
Performance time and brain damage ratings. 
F. M. Throne and others. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 68:656-9 Mr '64 
BENDING. See Man — ^Attitude and movement 
BENGTSON, Nels August 
Obituary 

J Geog 63:85 P '64. L. Hewe« 



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BENNETT college, Greensboro, North Carolina 
Social science core. G. Breathett. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 11:225-7 Autumn "63 
BENNETT college, Millbrook. New York 
Training good ambassadresses; Bennett's 
Overseas service prog-ram. D. Ahern. il 
Jun Col J 34:17-19 Mr '64 
BENTON visual retention test 
Qualitative analysis of performance on the 
Visual retention test. A. B. Silverstein. Ana 
J Men Deficiency fi8:1 09-13 Jl '63 
Simulation of mental deficiency on a visual 
memory test. O. Spreen and A. L. Benton. 
Am J Men Deficiency 67:909-13 My '63 
Study of immediate and delayed visual reten- 
tion with deaf and hearing adolescents. C. 
P. Goetzinger and T. G. Huber. bibliog 
Am Ann Deaf 109:297-305 My '64 
Visual memory test performance in mentally 
deficient and brain-damaged patients. A. 
Lj Benton and O. Spreen. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 68:630-3 Mr '64 
BENZEDRINE. See Amphetamine 
BENZENE , ^.^, 

Benzene clathrate. V. M. Bhatnagar. bibliog 

diasr J Chem Ed 40:646-7 D '63 
Friedel- Crafts alkylation of benzene; a first 
year organic laboratory experiment. H. C. 
Dunathan. J Chem Ed 41:278-9 My '64 
BEOWULF _ 

Light up the dark ages; contrasting Beowulf 
with The Canterbury tales. L. Mussoff. 
Engl J 52:525-7 O '63 
BEQUESTS, See Junior colleges — Gifts, lega- 
cies, etc. 
BEREA college, Kentucky 
Admission to student teachmg. R. V. 
Buckland. Ky Sch J 42:20 F '64 
BERGAN high school, Peoria, Illinois 
Bergan Catholic high school. 11 plan Cath 
Sch J 64:94-8 Mr '64 
BERLIN (East Berlin) „ 

Notes on the 1963 VEA European tour. E. 

C. Peple. Va J Ed 57:18 N '63 
Talking it over. M. E. Owen, il Instr 73: 
6+ P "64 
BERLIN (West Berlin) 
Talking it over. M. E. Owen, il Instr 73:6-f 
P '64 
BEST books. See Books and reading — Best 

books 
BETHPAGE, New York 

Public schools 
Bargaining vs paternalism; or. The middle 
ground. P. Leahy. N Y State Ed 50:7 Je '63 
BETTY Crocker recruitment and vocational 
guidance award 
Traveling trophy is awarded St Louis; first 
annual Betty Crocker recruitment and voca- 
tional guidance award. N. K. Cavanaugh. il 
J Home Econ 55:702-3 N '63 
BEVERAGES 
Are candy sales in schools justified? C. Mil- 
lican. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:35-1- Ja '64 
BEVERLY HILLS, California 
High school 
How to set up a summer school abroad. 
S. Laidig. Sch Mgt 7:88 D '63 
BIALER locus of control. See Attitudes — Tests 

and scales 
BIBLE 

Allusions 
See Bible in literature 

Criticism, interpretation, etc. 
Biblical teaching about race relations, an Old 
Testament perspective. A. Gilbert, Relig Ed 
59:14-17 Ja '64 
Church and race relations in biblical per- 
spective. D. Kitagawa. Relig Ed 59:7-10 Ja 
'64 
Sacred scripture and race, K. Sullivan. Relig 
Ed 59:10-13 Ja '64 

Examinations, questions, etc. 
Knowledge of the Bible among Protestant 
and Jewish university students: an ex- 
ploratory study. R. Payne, bibliog f Relig 
Ed 58:289-93 My '63 

Influence on literature 
See Bible in literature 

Literary character 
See Bible as literature 



Translations 
See Bible — Versions 

Versions 
We do hear them speak in our tongues. A. T. 
Dale, il Times Ed Sup 2499:760 Ap 12 '63 

Old Testament 
Biblical teaching about race relations, an Old 
Testament perspective. A. Gilbert, Relig Ed 
59:14-17 Ja '64 
BIBLE as literature 
Studying the Bible in public school. T. S. 
Warshaw. Engl J 53:91-4+ F '64 
BIBLE classes. See Sunday schools — Senior 

departments 
BIBLE in literature 
And God said. That's good; an analysis of 
James AVeldon Johnson's The creation, L. 
Miller. Engl J 52:644-6 N '63 
Silas Phelps' unwritten sermon. M. H. Bern- 
stein, bibliog f Relig Ed 58:257-61 My '63 
Stud>ing the Bible in public school. T. S. 
Warshaw. Engl J 53:91-4+ P '64 
BIBLE in the schools. See Religion in the 

public schools 
BIBLE stories 
Bible for young children. E. G. Pitcher. Relig 
Ed 58:384-7 Jl '63 
BIBLE study 
Vocation unit based on the Scriptures. Sister 
Mary Catherine. Cath Sch J 64:6:^ Mr •C4 
We do hear them speak in our tongues. A. T. 
Dale, il Times Ed Sup 2499:760 Ap 12 '63 



High schools 
Studying the Bible in public school. 
Warshaw. Engl J 53:91-4+ F '64 



T, S, 



Study 



See Bible study 



Theoiogic.il schools 
Progress and prospects in Scripture studies 
in the semi'iarios. E. H. Maly. Nat Cach 
Ed Assn Bui 60:59-65 Ag '63 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL services 
Proposal for new bibliographic tools for psy- 
chologists. A. M. Bodin. bibliog J Counsel 
Psychol 10:193-7 Sum '63 
BIBLIOGRAPHY 
See also 
Bio-bibliography 
BIBLIOTHERAPY 
Bibliotherapy. A. R. Stadel. Ohio Sch 42:23+ 

Ap '64 
Books as therapy. A. Townsend. bibliog Read 

Teach 17:121-2 N '63 
Boundaries of reading in satisfying needs, 

S. Weingarten. Ed 84:480-9 Ap '64 
Meeting developmental needs through read- 
ing. P, A, Witty, bibliog Ed 84:451-8 Ap 
'64 
BICYCLES 
Bike inspection checklist, il Safety Ed 43:19- 
21 Ap '64 
BICYCLING. See Cycling 

BILATERAL education. See Secondary educa- 
tion — Great Britain 
BILATERALITY. See Laterality 
BILINGUAL instruction 
Teaching of English in Japan. B. F. Buck, 
il Overseas 3:14-17 N '63 
BILINGUALISM 
Auditory discrimination, spelling and reading 
with bilingual and monolingual children. 
H. D. Love. J Develop Read 6:212-14 Spr 
•63 
Color the apple red. P. W. Shoudel. il Tex 

Outl 47:32-3+ O '63 
Intelligence-test performance of children from 
bilingual environments. J. E. Kittell. bib- 
liog El Sch J 64:76-83 N '63 
Reading problem of a bilingual child. Sister 
Mary Timothy, bibliog El Engl 41:235-7+ 
Mr '64 
Some misconceptions about teaching Ameri- 
can ethnic children their mother tongue. 
G. J. Brault. Mod Lang J 48:67-71 F '64 
Story of Pedro. Sister Jean-Marie, bibliog 
il Cath Sch J 63:42-3 Je '63 

Hawaii 

Effects of a six month remedial English 
program on oral, writing and reading skills 
of third grade Hawaiian bilingual children. 
D. C. Ching. bibliog J Exp Ed 32:133-45 
Wint '63 

BILL of rights. See United States — Constitu- 
tion — Bill of rights 

BILLING 
Voucher tags along with order. E. C. Cod- 
dington. il Nations Sch 73:38 Ap '64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



63 



BILLS Index of adjustment and values 
Self-concept of bright academic underachiev- 

ers. M. C. Shaw and G. J. Alves. Personnel 

& Guid J 42:401-3 D '63 
BINARY system (mathematics) 
Binary can be fun. M. E. Ochsenhlrt and 

M. M. Wedemeyer. Arith Teach 10:354-5 

O '63 , „ , 

Computations with binai-y numerals R. L. 

Morton. Arith Teach 11:96-8 F 64 
How can a binary computer simulate the 

process of reasoning? E. P. Odescalchi. il 

Sci Ed 47:472-4 D '63 
Variation on binary notation. J. M. Kingston. 

Math Teach 56:511-13 N '63 
BINDERS, Loose leaf. See Book covers 

BINET tests 

Changes in conventional and deviation IQ s. 
B. W. Lindholm. bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 
110-13 Ap '64 

Changes in Terman-Merrill I.Qs. of educa- 
tionally sub- normal boys. C. S. Rushton 
and A. E. Stockwin. bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 33:132-42 Je '63 

Comparative validity of the WAIS and the 
Stanford-Binet with college freshmen. A. 
S. Giannell and C. M. Freeburne. bibliog 
Ed & Psychol M 23:557-67 Autumn '63 

Evaluation of two short forms of the Stan- 
ford-Binet, form Li-M, for use with men- 
tally retarded children. A. B. Silverstein. 
Am J Men Deficiency 67:922-3 My '63 

Search for talented pupils. R. A. Schena. 
bibliog J Exp Ed 32:27-41 Fall '63 

Using vocabulary as a measure of general 
ability. A. J. Edwards. Personnel & Guid J 
42:153-4 O '63 

Vineland social maturity scale: utility in 
assessment of Binet MA. L. R. Goulet 
and A. Barclay, bibliog Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 67:916-21 My '63 
BINOCULAR reading tests. See Sight testing 
BIO- BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Paperbacks preferred; biography. D. M. 
Perks. H Points 46:76 F ^64 
BIOCHEMICAL genetics. See Genetics 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Role of biochemistry in the study of mental 
retardation. E. E. McCoy. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:492-4 Ag '63 

Three-dimensional effects In biochemistry. 
L. L. Ingrahani, bibliog diags J Chem Ed 
41:66-9 F '64 
See also 

Bacteriolog-y 

Body composition 

Experiments 
Active transport of sodium ions across frog 
skin; a demonstration experiment. P. R. 
Quinney and H. A. Swartz. diag J Chem 
Ed 41:159-60 Mr.'64 

Research 

Biochemical factors in learning. W. J. Hud- 
speth, bibliog Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 
27:101-5 '63 

Chemical problem related to schizophrenia. 
J. R. Bergen. J Chem Ed 41:168-70 Mr '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Teaching model for alcoholic fermentation. T. 
Staudenmayer. il J Chem Ed 41:46 Ja '64 
BIOGRAPHICAL dictionaries 
See also 
Who's who of American women 
BIOGRAPHICAL information blank. See Per- 
sonal history inventories 
BIOGRAPHICAL inventory. See Personal his- 

torj' inventories 
BIOGRAPHY 
Materials for instruction; biography in the 
social studies. R. A. Brown. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 32:243-55 '62 
See also 
Bio-bibliography 
BIOLOGICAL chemistry. See Biochemistry 
BIOLOGICAL laboratories 
Fable of the little black table. P. R. Fordyce. 
il plan Sci Teach 30:19-20 D '63 

Equipment and supplies 

Biology by yourself; Individualized labs, 
diag Av Instr 8:584-5 O '63 

Carrousel for independent study. D. D. Rupel. 
diags Sci Teach 30:14-15 D '63 

Classroom greenhouse for biology teaching. 
W. Darr. il diags Sci Teach 30:16-17 D '63 

Demonstrations with a difference; individu- 
alized study unit, il Av Instr 8:423 Je '63 

Equipment: how much and what kind? Sch 
Mgt 7:65-7 Je '63 



Instrumentation and the teaching of blologry. 

N. N. Goldstein, jr. il Am Biol Teach 

25:585-8 D '63 
Marine laboratory for high school biology. 

J. T. Woolever. 11 Sci Teach 30:12-13 D '63 
Study carrels: independent study centers for 

students and teachers, il Cath Sch J 63: 

86-7 S '63 
BIOLOGICAL models 
Easily made cell model. E. M. Kniskern. 11 

Am Biol Teach 26:191-2 Mr "64 
Virus' overcoat; models made of corks and 

sponges. L,. Panush. il Am Biol Teach 26: 

185-8 Mr '64 
BIOLOGICAL pigments. See Pigments, Biologi- 
cal 
BIOLOGICAL research 
Biology today. B. Commoner, il NEA J 

53:17-20 Mr '64 
High school research. V. A. Greulach. Clear- 
ing House 38:434-6 Mr '64 
BIOLOGICAL sciences curriculum study 
American biological sciences curriculum 

study. R. W. Crossland. Am Biol Teach 

26:348-53 My '64 
BSCS and advanced biology. J. P. Lightner. 

bibliog il Am Biol Teach 26:338-40 My '64 
BSCS and the slow learner. L. Lisonbee and 

L. A. Fliegler. bibliog Am Biol Teach 26: 

334-7 My '64 
BSCS: biology bandwagon. J. J. w. Baker. 

Sci Teach 30:73-4 O '63; Discussion. 30:64-5 

N '63: 31:73-4 P '64 
B.S.C.S. biology course; blue, green and 

yellow versions, bibliog Times Ed Sup 2502: 

922 My 3 '63 
B.S.C.S. in the yellow version. Q. A. Walsh 

and W.P Kelly, bibliog f il Cath Sch J 

6.'^:47-9 O '63 
BSCS plus. R. L. Weaver. Am Biol Teach 

25:404 O '63; Reply. N. Abraham. 26:263-4 

Ap '64 
Considerations upon the BSCS (Green ver- 
sion) A. Amaro. Am Biol Teach 26:347 My 

'64 
Gifted student program of the BSCS. J. 

Metzner. Am Biol Teach 26:341-4 My "64 
High school biology: on what grade level does 

it belong? H. Grobman. Clearing House 

38:498-9 Ap '64 
Modern biology: a unifying science; AIBS- 

BSCS versions. H. T. Cox. J Sec Ed 39:9- 

13 Ja '64 
New science curriculums: biology. Sch Mgt 

7:63 Je '63 
Objectives. A. E. Lee. Am Biol Teach 25: 

484-1- N '63 
Our first year under BSCS. W. J. Welshar 

and R. E. Terry. Am Biol Teach 26:345-6 

My '64 
Teaching science to the disadvantaged pupil. 

L. Lisonbee. bibliog Sci Teach 30:18-21 O '63 
BIOLOGICAL specimens 

Collection and preservation 

Laboratory exercise: permanent microscopic 

preparation of the frog's tissues. S. Feld- 

man. Am Biol Teach 26:269-70 Ap '64 
Making a collection of preserved animal 

specimens. J. E. Hyer and R. G, Young. 

il Grade Teach 81:28-94- Mr '64 
Parasitism, hyperparasitism, and commen- 

salism. A. Amaro. bibliog Am Biol Teach 

26:264-5 Ap '64 
Sewage lagoons and biology teachers. G. A. 

Vaughan. Am Biol T6ach 26:281 Ap '64 
Swimming trematodes in your biology lab- 
oratory. E. C. Waldbauer. bibliog diags 

Am Biol Teach 26:271-5 Ap '64 
Teaching tips; an answer to your cement 

problems. C. Reed. Am Biol Teach 25:633 D 

'63 
BIOLOGISTS 
Role of American biologists in international 

scientific meetings and projects. R. W. 

Dexter. Am Biol Teach 26:46-50 Ja '64 
See also 
Galvani. L. 
BIOLOGY 

Biology and the evolution of science. C. A. 

Williams, jr. Sci Teach 30:22-3 N '63 
Biology today. B. Commoner, il NEA J 

53:17-20 Mr '64 
See also 
Anatomy 
Biochemistry 
Botany 
Cells 

Embryology 
Genetics 
Marine biology 
Microbiology 
Parasites 
Zoology 



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B I O LOGY — Continued 

Achievements, Student 

Relationship of two methods of teacliinp: to 
the development of critical thinking by high 
school students in advanced biology. W. 
Kastrinos. Sci Ed 48:187-95 Mr '64 

Retention of school learning as influenced by 
selected affective tone variables. C. M. 
Garverick. J Ed Psychol 55:31-4 P '64 

Aims and objectives 
Objectives. A. E. Lee. Am Biol Teach 25: 

484-f N '63 
Science in the high school. J. T. Robinson. 
Calif Ed 1:7-8 Mr '64 

Bibliography 
Book reviews. See issues of American biology 
teacher 

Classification 
Understanding a key; identifying living 
organisms by use of a dichotomous key. 
A. C. Haman. il Sci Teach 31:63 Mr '64 

Correlation with other subjects 

Chemistry approach to biology. Sister Mary 
Joan. Sch Sci & Math 64:101-6 F '64 

Curriculum 
BSCS and advanced biology. J. P. Lightner. 

bibliog il Am Biol Teach 26:338-40 My '64 
BSCS and the slow learner. L. Lisonbee and 

Li. a. Fliegler. bibliog Am Biol Teach 26: 

3:^-7 My '04 
B.S.C.S. biology course; blue, green and 

yellow versions, bibliog Times Ed Sup 2502: 

922 My 3 '63 
B.S.C.S. in the vellow version. G. A. Walsh 

and W. P. Kelly, bibliog f il Cath Sch J 

63:47-9 O '63 . „. , ^ , 

BSCS plus. R. L. Weaver. Am Biol Teach 

25:404 O '63. Reply. N. Abraham. 26:263-4 

Biology mstruction m secondary schools must 

be brought ud to date; with reply by I. D. 

Zverev. B. G. loganzen. Soviet Ed 5:19- 

23 29-31 O '63 
Curriculum patterns in higher education: the 

biological sciences. T. E. Furman. Higher 

Ed 19:17-21 Jl '63 .^ . . ^^^^ 

Modern biology: a unifymg science; AIBS- 

BSCS versions. H. T. Cox. J Sec Ed 39:9- 

13 Ja '64 
New science curriculums: biology. Sch Mgt 

7:63 Je '63 
Our first year under BSCS. W. J. Weishar 

and R. E. Terry. Am Biol Teach 26:345-6 

My '64 
Trends of reform in Europe; OECD project 

for the reform of secondary school biology 

teaching in Europe. J. M. Thoday. Am Biol 

Teach 26:12-18 Ja '64 

Demonstrations 
Continual observation of a living chick em- 
bryo. H. J. Kilmer, diags Am Biol Teach 
25:627-9 D '63 
Demonstration of DNA in general biology. J. 
D. Adams and others, il Am Biol Teach 
26:182-4 Mr '64 , . , . , . ,. 

Incubating and studying chicken eggs m high 
school biology. J. P. McMenamin. Am Biol 
Teach 26:257-63 Ap '64 . , ^ ^ „ 

Mitochondria for the biology student. M. 
Cravats, diags Am Biol Teach 26:254-6 Ap 
•64 

Ecology 
See Ecology 

Experiments 
Effects of gibberellic acid on penicillin yield. 
N. E. Stees. il Am Biol Teach 26:284-6 Ap 
'64 

Laboratory work 

Laboratory exercise: permanent microscopic 
preparation of the frog's tissues. S. Feld- 
man. Am Biol Teach 26:269-70 Ap '64 

Parasitism, hyperparasitism, and commen- 
salism. A. Amaro. bibliog Am Biol Teach 
26:264-5 Ap '64 

Rapid thin layer chromatography of chloro- 
plast pigments for the high school biology 
laboratory. D. Kraus. bibliog il Am Biol 
Teach 25:616-20 D '63 

Swimming trematodes in your biology lab- 
oratory. E. C. Waldbauer. bibliog diags 
Am Biol Teach 26:271-5 Ap '64 
See also 

Dissection 

Philosophy 

Renewal in the life sciences; tr. by W. H. 
Bossart. P. J. J. Buytendijk. bibliog t 
Christian Scholar 46:212-18 Fall '63 



Programmed teaching 

Programing a high school biology course. 

H. K. Wong. 11 diags Am Biol Teach 26: 

109-72 Mr '64 
Use of a card deck unit in teaching biology. 

W. N. Pafford. il Am Biol Teach 26:203-6 

Mr '64 

Projects 
Biology lends itself to enrichment. L. A. 

Miller. Sch Sci & Math 63:460-2 Je '63 
Forest under glass. J. Haberern. Instr 73:79- 

80 O '63 
Hatching chicks in the classroom. G. F. 

Warren, il Instr 73:314- Mr '64 

Research 

See Biological research 

Subject matter 
Bryology for the high school; study of mosses 

and liverworts. C. G. Roehrick. Am Biol 

Teach 26:124-30 F '64 
Cell and tissue culture technique. P. Geisert. 

Am Biol Teach 26:249-52 Ap '64 
Cheinistry approach to biology. Sister Mary 

Joan. Sch Sci & Math 64:101-6 F '64 
Cultivation of mammalian cells in vitro. A. 

E. Sher. Am Biol Teach 26:253-4 Ap '64 
Place of plant pathology in high school biol- 
ogy. C. W. Boothroyd. Am Biol Teach 

26:114-17 F '64 
Should microbiology be a part of secondary 

education? W. Umbreit. Sci Teach 31:29-31 

F '64 

Teaching 
Food for biological thought. Z. Subarsky. Am 

Biol Teach 26:3374- My '64 
Is an era fading? P. Klinge. Am Biol Teach 

26:2444- Ap '64 
Teaching tips. C. Reed. Am Biol Teach 25:633 

D '63 

Evaluation 
Evaluation as an integral part of a summer 

science program for talented high school 

students. M. C. Lyon. Sci Ed 47:377-82 O 

'63 
Science in the high school. J. T. Robinson. 

Calif Ed 1:7-8 Mr '64 

Colleges and universities 

Case for university biology. S. A. Hutchin- 
son, bibliog Univ Q 18:74-9 D "63 

Obligatory fourth term; best possible for 
biologists. N. F. Robertson. Times Ed Sup 
2497:652 Mr 29 'R3: Reply. D. W. Hollomon. 
2499:776 Ap 12 '63 

Elementary schools 
Fascinating life of ponds and ditches. J. E. 
Hyer and M. D. Hyer. il Grade Teach 81: 
48-94- My '64 

Fifth grades 
Science and curious children; Ritenour school 
district in St Louis County. V. G. Smith. 
il Sch & Com 50:184- Mr '64 

High schools 
American biological sciences curriculum 

study. R. W. Crossland. Am Biol Teach 

26:348-53 My '64 
BSCS and advanced biology. J. P. Lightner. 

bibliog il Am Biol Teach 26:338-40 My '64 
BSCS and the slow learner. L. Lisonbee and 

L. A. Fliegler. bibliog Am Biol Teach 

26:334-7 My '64 
B.S.C.S. in the yellow version. G. A. Walsh 

and W. P. Kelly, bibliog f il Cath Sch J 

63:47-9 O '63 
Biology instruction in secondary schools must 

be brought up to date; with reply by I. 

D. Zverev. B. G. loganzen. Soviet Ed 5:19- 

23. 29-31 O '63 
Decade of Advanced placement program in 

biology. E. Frankel. Am Biol Teach 26:357- 

62 My '64 
Established system of biology instruction 

must be improved. P. I. Borovitskii. Soviet 

Ed 6:35-8 D '63 
Gifted student program of the BSCS. J. 

Metzner. Am Biol Teach 26:341-4 My '64 
High school biology: on what grade level 

does it belong? H. Grobman. Clearing 

House 38:498-9 Ap '64 
Instructional and educational significance of 

the course in general biology. M. I. 

Mel'nikov. Soviet Ed 6:39-43 D '63 
Instrumentation and the teaching of biology. 

N. N. Goldstein, jr. 11 Am Biol Teach 

25:585-8 D '63 



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65 



BIOLOGY — Teaching — High schools — Continued 

Modern biology: a unifying science. H. T. 
Cox. J Sec Ed 38:105-8; 39:9-13 D '63-Ja 
•64 

On perfecting the biology education of second- 
ary school pupils. M. I. Mermkov. Soviet Ed 
5:24-8 O '63 

Our first year under BSCS. W. J. Weishar 
and R. E. Terry. Am Biol Teach 26:345-6 
My '64 

Place of plant pathology in high school biol- 
ogy. C. W. Boothroyd. Am Biol Teach 26: 
114-17 F '64 

Problems of biology education in Europe. 

B. Rensch. Am Biol Teach 26:19-23 Ja '64 
Relationship of two methods of teaching to 

the development of critical thinking by 

high school students in advanced biology. 

W. Kastrinos. Sci Ed 48:187-95 Mr '64 
Science in the high school. J. T. Robinson. 

Calif Ed 1:7-8 Mr '64 
Special honors three-in-one biology course. 

A. Jacobelli. Clearing House 38:172 N '63 
Suggested teaching schedule for biological 

science. D. L. Thomas. Am Biol Teach 

26:354-6 My '64 
Wausau story on team teaching. M. O. Pella. 

il Wis J Ed 96:13-14 D '63 

Seventh grades 

Determining the feasibility of presenting a 
marine biology unit in ecology to average 
seventh graders. L. M. Bennett, bibliog 
Sch Sci & Math 64:306-11 Ap '64 

Science, grade 7; the materials of life. New- 
York (city) Board of education. Division 
of curriculum development, bibliog diags 
N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui 1962-63 no9c:41p 

Europe 
Problems of biology education in Europe. B. 

Rensch. Am Biol Teach 26:19-23 Ja '64 
Trends of reform in Europe: OBCD project 

for the reform of secondary school biologry 

teaching in Europe. J. M. Thoday. Am Biol 

Teach 26:12-18 Ja '64 

Great Britain 
Science and biology; an educational tragedy' 
Times Ed Sup 2530:719 N 15 '63: Discussion. 
2531:768 N 22 '63 

Japan 
Biology teaching in Japan. M. Nakji. Am 
Biol Teach 26:9-11 Ja '64 

Latin America 
Considerations upon the BSCS (Green ver- 
sion) A. Amaro. Am Biol Teach 26:347 

My '64 

Russia 
Biology instruction in secondary schools must 

be brought up to date; with reply by I. 

D. Zverev. B. G.- loganzen. Soviet Ed 5:19- 

23, 29-31 O '63 
Established system of biology instruction 

must be improved. P. I. Borovitskii. Soviet 

Ed 6:35-8 D '63 
Importance of general biology course for the 

study of social science. M. I. Mel'nikov. 

bibliog Soviet Bd 5:20-4 Jl '63 
Instructional and educational significance of 

the course in general biology. M. I. 

Mel'nikov. Soviet Ed 6:39-43 D '63 
On perfecting the biology education of sec- 
ondary school pupils. M. I. Mel'nikov. 

Soviet Ed 5:24-8 O '63 

Switiserland 
Biology teaching in Switzerland. T. Schllapfer. 
Am Biol Teach 26:24-6 Ja '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Biological symbols for plant and animal. T. 

C. McKenney. Am Biol Teach 26:197 Mr '64 
Library resources for biology. T. F. Andrews. 

Am Biol Teach 25:580 D '63 
Maze crossword puzzle. L. Holland. Am Biol 

Teach 26:275-6 Ap '64 
Modem biology: a unifying science; AIBS 

film series. H. T. Cox. J Sec Ed 38:105-8 

D '63 
Overhead projector. Sister Mary Ivo. il Am 

Biol Teach 26:195-7 Mr '64 
Peg boards. A. Savage, il Am Biol Teach 26: 

209-10 Mr '64 
Polarized light in biology. C. D. Corbit. i) 

Am Biol Teach 26:201-2 Mr '64 
Teaching tools are important. P. Klinge. Am 

Biol Teach 26:164 Mr '64 
Using pre-typed lecture notes and overhead 

film projector. G. Matter. Volta R 65:313- 

14 Je '63 



Teaching methods 

American biological sciences curriculum 
study. R. W. Crossland. Am Biol Teach 
26:248-53 My '64 

Demonstration is teaching. E. C. Weaver. 
Sci Teach 31:34-5 F '64 

Effective projects in mathematics and science 
teaching: a laboratory exercise in taxon- 
omy. P. M. Green. Sch Sci & Math 64:265- 
6 Ap "64 

Report on team teaching adapted to a stand- 
ard secondary school curriculum. H. Mason 
and others. Am Biol Teach 26:363-5 My '64 

ST-TOP: specialized teaching, the Orange 
program. P. Lozanoff. Am Biol Teach 
26:366-8 My '64 

Team teaching at James Monroe high school. 
L. Weitz. H Points 46:5-39 Ja '64 

Wausau story on team teaching. M. O. Pella. 
il Wis J Ed 96:13-14 D '63 

Evaluation 
Relationship of two methods of teaching to 
the developraient of critical thinking by high 
school students in advanced biology. W. 
Kastrinos. Sci Ed 48:187-95 Mr '64 
Use of a card deck unit in teaching biology. 
W. N. Pafford. il Am Biol Teach 26:203-6 
Mr '64 

Textbooks 

Considerations upon the BSCS (Green version) 

A. Amaro. Am Biol Teach 26:347 My '64 

Suggested teaching schedule for biological 

science. D. L. Thomas. Am Biol Teach 

26:354-6 My '64 

Value 
Biological literacy for all. P. Klinge. Am 
Biol Teach 26:4 Ja '64 
Importance of general biology course for the 
study of social science. M. I. Mel'nikov. 
bibliog Soviet Ed 5:20-4 Jl '63 
BIOLOGY, Chemical. See Biochemistry 
BIOLOGY departments. See Colleges and uni- 
versities — Departments of science 
BIOLOGY students 
Letters to the editor; need for a biology 
students organization. R. A. Pellet. Am 
Biol Teach 26:188-90 Mr '64 
BIOLOGY teachers 
Outstanding biology teacher award program. 
R. Yager. Am Biol Teach 26:192-4 Mr '64 
BIOLOGY teachers associations 
See also 
National association of biology teachers 

BIOLUMINESCENCE. See Luminescence, Bio- 
logical 
BIOTECHNOLOGY. See Human engineering 

BIOTiC communities 

Balanced aquatic microcosms: their implica- 
tions for space travel. R. J. Beyers, bibliog 
Am Biol Teach 25:422-9 O '63 

Information processing behavior of a natural 
plankton community. B. C. Patten, bibliog 
diags Am Biol Teach 25:489-501 N '63 

Limits of remote ecosystems containing man. 
H. T. Odum. bibliog diags Am Biol Teach 
25:429-43 O '63 
BIRCH, John, society. See John Birch society 

BIRD study 
Bird fiyways. E. C. Lewis, il Instr 73:112 O 

'63 
Studying birds. J. G. Navarra. il Instr 73: 
26-7 Mr '64 
BIRDS 

Migration 
Bird flyways. E. C. Lewis, il Instr 73:112 O 
63 
BIRIVl INGHAM, Alabama 
Rabbi and social conflict. R. L. Rubenstein. 
Relig Ed 59:100-6 Ja '64 

George Washington Carver high school 
Spotlight Carver high. Mrs J. H. Copeland. 
Sch Activities 35:235-6 Ap '64 
BIRMINGHAM, England, college of commerce 
Business and economic education at a city 
(junior) college in England. A. Jacobson. 
J Bsns Ed 38:333-5 My '63 
BIRMINGHAM, Michigan 

Public schools 
On planning library rooms. W. S. Corliss il 

plan Am Sch Bd J 147:27-8 Jl '63 
Outline for improving team teaching. R. 

Helser and others. 11 Mich Ed J 41:17-19 

Ja '64 



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BIRTH control , ^ . ., m 

Marriage, parenthood, and prevention or 
pregnancy. M. S. Bass, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:318-33 N '63 
Moral tension and an ethical frontier; fer- 
tility control. J. Fletcher. Christian Scholar 
46:256-61 Fall '63 
BIRTH defects. See Deformities 
BIRTH order , . . ^^ 

Birth-order and curricular choice; is there a 
relationship? L. A. Stone, bibliog Voc 
Guid Q 11:209-11 Spr '63 ^ ^ 

Birth order and needs for ajflliation. C. K. 
Conners. bibliog J Personal 31:408-16 S '63 
Birth order and social reinforcer effectiveness 
in children. J. B. Gilmore and E. Zigler. 
bibliog Cliild Develop 35:193-200 Mr '64 
Familial ordinal position in relation to guid- 
ance and counseling. W. P. Angers, bibliog 
J Ed Res 57:116-24 N '63 
Sex of sibling, birth order position, and 
female dispositions to conform in two- 
child families. R. Schmuck. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:913-18 D '63 
Some personality and behavioral factors re- 
lated to birth order. E. E. Smith and J. D. 
Goodchilds. bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:300-3 
O '63 
Tail-end Charlie. E. Wahleen. 11 PTA Mag 
58:19 Ja '64 
BIRTH rate 
.See also 
Population, Increase of 
al BiRuNI, 9737-1048 
Al-BIruiii on determining the meridian. B. 
S. Kennedy, bibliog diags Math Teach 56: 
635-7 D '63 
BISHOP Turner high school, Buffalo, New 
York 
Prepare now for work and leisure. G. Forton. 
Cath Sch J 63:33-5 Je '63 
BLACK Muslim movement 
Challenge of the Black Muslims. J. M. Kir- 
man, bibliog f Social Ed 27:365-8 N '63 
Negro protest movements and organizations. 
A. Meier, bibliog f J Negro Ed 32:437-50 
Fall '63 
BLACKBOARD T squares. See Drawing in- 
struments 
BLACKBOARDS. See Chalkboards 
BLANCHESTER, Ohio 

High school 
Community and high school cooperate to 
make vocational study program work. C. J. 
Binkely. il Ohio Sch 42:28-9 Mr '64 
BLEACHING materials. See Lavmdry supplies 
BLEEDERS disease. See Hemophilia 
BLIND 
Causes of blindness in school children. E. M. 
Hatfield. Sight-Saving R 33:218-33 Wint 
■63 
Letter. C. Halliday; L. Ehrlich. Peabody J Ed 
40:364-9 My '63 
See also 
Children, Partially seeing 
Liibraries — Work with the blind 
National society for the prevention of blind- 
Adjustment 
Research 
Emotional and social adjustment of blind 
children; a review of the literature pub- 
lished between 1928 and 1962. M. L. K. 
Pringle. bibliog Ed Res 6:129-38 F '64 

Education 

Art and blind children. M. Bains, il Sch 

Arts 63:3-9 Ja '64 
Catholic resources for braille textbooks. A. R. 

McGratty. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:475-9 

Ag '63 
Letter. C. Halliday; L. Ehrlich. Peabody 

J Ed 40:364-9 My '63 
Math for the blind; an unusual approach in 

teaching mathematics. U. Auld. il Mich 

Ed J 41:22-4 Ap '64 
Modern instructional techniques In the edu- 
cation of the visually handicapped. G. D. 

Heltzell. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:480-4 

Ag '63 
Physical education adapts to the visually 

handicapped. F. N. Williams. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 35:25-6 Mr '64 
Three R's plus P for children who are blind. 

J. R. Eichorn. El Sch J 64:301-3 Mr '64 
Visually liandicapped youngster in art. 1. 

Borodziej. il Sch Arts 63:27-8 Ja '64 



Great Britain 
Development of schools for handicapped 

children in England during the nineteenth 
century. D. G. Pritchard. bibliog Hist Ed 
Q 3:215-22 D '63 

Personal narratives 
Long cane. G. Ossentjuk. 11 Mich Ed J 

41:36-8 My '64 
Matter of feeling. R. Roderick. Arts & Ac- 

tiviti&s 54:26-7 Ja '64 

Recreation 
See Recreation for the handicapped 

Schools and institutions 

See also 
Hadley school for the blind 
Iowa braille and sight saving school 
Missouri school for the blind 

Travel 
Three R's plus P for children who are blind. 
J. R. Eichorn. El Sch J 64:301-3 Mr '64 
BLIND, Apparatus for the 
Three R's plus P for children who are blind. 
J. R. Eichorn. El Sch J 64:301-3 Mr '64 
BLIND, Books for the 
Catholic resources for braille textbooks. A. R. 
McGratty. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:475-9 
Ag '63 
Report on Prince study; review of Aid for 
the visually handicapped, by J. H. Prince. 
G. T. Piez. ALA Bui 58:324-5 Ap '64 
BLIND, Teachers for the 
Master's degree for home teachers of the 
adult blind. Higher Ed 19:19 Ap '63 

Education 
Summer courses, 1964. Sight-Saving R 34:39 

Spr '64 
BLIND teachers 
Blind, but he sees. 11 Calif Ed 1:9 O '63 
Long cane. G. Ossentjuk. 11 Mich Ed J 41:36-8 

My '64 
Teacher in room 18. F. S. Barry. 11 N T 

State Ed 51:10-12 My '64 
BLOCK, Herbert Lawrence 
Golden Key awards presented to Herbert 

Lawrence Block (Herblock) and Helen 

Harris. D. E. Matthews. Am Assn Sch Adm 

Official Report 1963:39-45 
BLOCK printing 
Cardboard printing. J. Lidstone. 11 Sch Arts 

63:16-18 O '63 
Corrugation enters print-making field. E. 

Brockway. 11 Arts & Activities 54:14-15 N 

■63 
500 Christmas program covers. M. Williams. 

11 Arts & Activities 54:32-4 N '63 
National high school print show; linoleum. 

11 Arts & Activities 55:14-20 My '64 
Plaster as print-maker. E. Brockway. 11 Arts 

& Activities 54:34-5 S '63 
Printing on colored tissue. M. Nemec and 

D. Weir. 11 Grade Teach 81:39 F '64 
With inner tube and linoleum block; print 

making in the elementary school art pro- 
gram. A. Hurwltz. 11 NEA J 53:32-3 My '64 
Woodcut: for dynamic prints and printers. 

G. F. Brommer. il Arts & Activities 54:11-13 

Ja '64 
BLOCK-time classes. See Curriculum — Core 

program 
BLOOD 

Analysis and chemistry 
Serum proteins and hematocrits of mentally 

retarded patients. W. J. Culley and others. 

bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 67:856-9 My 

'63 

Circulation 

Entoptlcally perceived retinal circulation: a 

method for classroom demonstration of the 
circulatory phenomenon. L. Zusne. bib- 
liog diag Am Biol Teach 25:621-5 D '63 
This body of ours: the circulatory system. 
O. W. Blake. Grade Teach 81:101-4 My '64 

Diseases 

See also 
Hemophilia 

Pressure 
iSee Blood pressure 

Proteins 

Chemical problem related to schizophrenia. 

J. R. Bergen. J Chem Ed 41:168-70 Mr '64 
Serum proteins and hematocrits of mentally 

retarded patients. W. J. Culley and others. 

bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 67:856-9 My 

'63 



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67 



BLOOD flukes. See Trematoda 
BLOOD pressure 
Mathematical-verbal ability differentials of 
situational anxiety as measured by blood 
pressure change. R. L. Milliken. J Exp Ed 
32:309-11 Spr '64 
BLOOMFIELD, Leonard 
Longer look at Let's read; review of Let's 
read: a lingxiistic approach, by L. Bloom- 
field and C. L. Barnhart. C. A. Lefevre. 
El Ensrl 41:199-2034- Mr '64 
Scope of linguistic study. C. V. Hartung. 
Q J Speech 50:1-12 F '64 
BLOXOM, Virginia 

Bloxom school 
Third ?rade geometry easy as pi. S. H. Tay- 
lor, il Va J Ed 57:22-3 F '64 
BLUEMEL, Charles Sidney 
Bluemel's influence on stutterinar theory. J. 
R. McDearmon. Q J Speech 49:282-6 O '63 
BLUEPRINTS 
Blueprints: the sun prints white on a blue 
ground. P. A. Lee. il Arts & Activities 54: 
12-13 N '63 
BLUMFIELD, Coleman 
Flint's artist-in-residence: first in the Na- 
tion, il por Mich Ed J 41:16-17 S '63 
BOARDING schools 
See ulso 
Private schools 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
Right to be different; West German experi- 
ment, il Times Ed Sup 2519:232 Ag 30 '63 

Great Britain 
Boarding schools for girls. 11 Times Ed Sup 

2531 '755 N 22 '63 
Regular private prayer; how much of it at 
boarding school? Times Ed Sup 2503:995 
My 10 ^63; Discussion. 2504:1067 My 17 '63 
See also 
Atlantic college. Glamorgan, Wales 

Russia 

Experiences in training boarding school 
teacher-educators. K. G. Matveeva. Soviet 
Ed 5:22-8 Je '63 
BOARDS and foundations 

Role foundations play in education. R. E. 
Le&stamper. il Wis J Ed 96:16-19-4- D '63 

Role of the American foundations in future 
teacher training. A. C. Eurich. Year Book 
of Ed 1963:507-12 

Schoolmen give foundations a conditional 
o.k: school administrators opinion poll. Na- 
tions Sch 72:53 D '63 
See also 

Carnegie corporation of New York 

Carnegie foundation for the advancement of 
teaching 

Ford foundation 

Freeport community college foundation. Illi- 
nois 

Knapp foundation. New York 

Nuffield foundation, England 

Peabody education fimd 
BOARDS of education 

Are school boards necessary? H. B. Holt. 
Sch & Soc 91:349-50 N 16 '63: Same cond. 
Ed Digest 29:1-3 F '64 

Basic principles for school board policy. P. 
E. Mawhinney. Am Sch Bd J 147:6 Ag '63 

Changing times require cooperative action. 
"W. A. Stoneking. Ill Ed 52:234-5 F '64 

Communication networks of a public school 
board. J. T. Condon, bibliog il plans diags 
Am Sch Bd J 148:13-16 F '64 

Do quality boards produce quality schools? 
J. C. Seiferth. Am Sch Bd J 147:3-4 Ag '63 

Educators and school board elections. M. G. 
Donaldson. Mich Ed J 41:34-5 My '64 

How to superintend the board. N. B. Bur- 
bank. Nations Sch 72:41-2-1- Ag '63 

Is the curriculum our business? with study- 
discussion program by D. B. Harris and 
E. S. Harris. A H. Marckwardt. il PTA 
Mag 58:7-9, 35-6 Ap '64 

Our student council reports to the board of 
education. D. Richmond. Sch Activities 35: 
23-4 S '63 

Right to talk or the right to be heard. L. E. 
McCann. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 146:11-12 
Je '63: Same cond. Ed Digest 29:19-21 N '63 

School board member: whose man is he? 
Mich Ed J 41:35 My '64 

School board members: who they are, what 
they do, how they lead. Sch Mgt 7:54-7-f 
S '63 



School boards and de facto segregation. W. C. 
Riles. Calif Ed 1:7-8 N '63 

Trouble with standing committees. C Grieder. 
Nations Sch 71:12 Je '63 

Who determines policy? D. C. Chaput. Clear- 
ing House 37:521-2 My '63; Summary with 
discussion. Mich Ed J 41:9 O '63 
See also 

National school boards association 

City 
Too-busy school board. F. M. Hechinger. 
Ed Digest 29:1-3 My '64 

Powers and duties 
Board may legally restrict use of teacher's 

leave of absence. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch 

Bd J 148:21-2 Ap '64 
Role of the professional educator as board 

of education member. R. N. Cassel. Am 

Sch Bd J 148:9-10 Mr '64 
Roles of the school board and the superin- 
tendent. J. B. Conant. Am Assn Sch Adm 

Official Report 1963:113-26 
School board operations in Jefferson Parish, 

La. W. D. Maxwell and J. A. Hartman. 

Am Sch Bd J 148:25-6-f Ap '64 
Textbook selection: whose job? interview 

with L. Deighton and others, il Sch Mgt 

8:74-84- Ap '64 
Too-busy school board. F. M. Hechinger. Ed 

Digest 29:1-3 My '64 

Qualifications 
D's of effective school board membership. 
K. F. Jordan. Am Sch Bd J 147:7-8 D '63 

State 

Fable for state boards of teacher certifica- 
tion; satire. C. McKee. J Develop Read 
7:89-96 Wint '64 

Suggested functions and responsibilities; state 
board of education. Mich Ed J 41:17 D '63 

Louisiana 
School board operations in Jefferson Parish, 
La. W. D. Maxwell and J. A. Hartman. 

Am Sch Bd J 148:25-6-f Ap '64 

Michigan 
Board, secrecy and the press. U. Anld. Mich 
Ed J 41:8-10 Ja '64 
BOAT racing 
Schools behind the boat race, il Times Ed 
Sup 2549:798 Mr 27 '64 
BOATS, Toy 
Magnetic mold. E. Scanlan and E. Patter- 
son, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:32 O '63 
BOATS and boating 
See also 
Regattas 
BOB Jones university, Greenville, South Caro- 
lina 
Tribute to Bob Jones university. R. Cumm- 
ing. il Mus J 21:55 N '63 
BODE, Boyd H. 
Hullflsh and Bode. E. E. Bayles. bibliog f Ed 
Theory 13:192-5+ Jl '63 
BODILY maturation. See Maturation 
BODILY posture. See Posture 
BODY and mind. See Mind and body 
BODY awareness. See Body image concept 
BODY build. See Constitution (physiology) — 

Types 
BODY composition 
Body composition relative to motor aptitude 
for preadolescent boys. A. H. Ismail and 
others, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 34:462-70 D '63 
BODY flexibility. See Flexibility (physiology) 
BODY image concept 
Body awareness and selective memory for 
body versus non-bodv references. S. Fisher, 
bibliog J Personal 32:138-44 Mr '64 
Body- image boundaries in relation to clothing 
fabric and design preferences of a group 
of hospitalized psychotic women. N. H. 
Compton. bibliog J Home Econ 56:40-5 Ja 
'64 
Differentiation in alcoholic women. S. A. 
Karp and others, bibliog J Personal 31:386- 
93 S '63 

BODY movement. See Man — Attitude and 

movement 
BODY size. See Size (physiology) 
BODY sound. See Sound 

BODY types. See Constitution (physiology) — 
Types 



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BOLAND, Frederick H. „, „ 

Dublin's new chancellor, il Times Ed Sud 
2534:884 D 13 '63 
BOLIVIA 

See also . 

English lansuaffe — Teachin.? — Bolivia 
BOMB shelters. See Atomic bomb shelters 
BONDS. Government 
jSee also 
United States bonds and savinRs stamps 
BONDS, Municipal. See Municipal bonds 

BONDS, School ^^ 

Bond sales for higher education: 1962; Ornce 
of education survey. W. R. Bokelman and 
E C. Deerins. Sen Life 45:20-4 Mr 63 
Bonds for educational purposes, sales, in- 
terest rates, et cetera; public schools (title 
varies) E. C. Deering. See issues of School 
life September 1961- _ „ „ 

Cost of borrowing- money. O. F. Furno. Sch 

Mfft 7:77-9 .ti '63 . . ^ x. ,^ . 

Elections of necessity must be held m all 
kinds of weather. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:11-12 F '64 . , , ,. , v. ^ 

How to avoid pitfalls in Issuing school bonds; 
excerpts from Pitfalls in issuing public 
bonds. Sch Mgt 7:82-3 D '63 , ^ , 
How to bounce back from a bond issue de- 
feat. Sch Mgt 7:57-624- N '63 , 
How to turn your debt-service dollars into 
profits. W. Hulkower. Sch Mgt 8:119 Ap '64 
School bond sales. C. E. Crowe. As.sn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 48:125-7 
•62 
Underwriting school bonds. O. V. Cecil. Assn 
Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 
48:127-31 '62 
BONES 

See also 
Skeleton 

Wounds and injuries 
Identification of abused children. E. Elmer, 
bibliog Children 10:180-4 S '63 
BOOK and periodical giving campaigns 
Books USA. Higher Ed 19:16-17 My '63 
Literary foreign aid from Rutgers press. G. 
J. Lukac. il Overseas 3:8-10 S '63 
. Our pupil-to-pupil program. M. Kwiatkowski. 

Sch Activities 35:102-3 D '63 
BOOK buying 
See also 
Book selection 
BOOK catalogs. See Catalogs. Library 
BOOK censorship. See Censorship 

BOOK clubs 

Children's book clubs and the reading explo- 
sion. N. Larrick. El Engl 41:165-6 F '64 
Teams from high schools meet to discuss 
books. P. S. Cassman. Chicago Sch J 45: 
26-9 O '63 
BOOK collecting 
Junior book collectors; book fair with a twist. 
H. J. Kunkle. il Wilson Lib Bui 38:176-7 
O '63 
BOOK covers 
Loose-leaf metal binder. C. H. Hubachek. 

il Sch Shop 22:32 Je '63 
Those yearbook covers! Sch Activities 34:269 
My '63 
BOOK exhibits 
See also 
Book fairs 
BOOK fairs 
Book fair that kindled a fire! Sister Mary 

Leonarda. il Cath Sch J 64:45-6 F '64 
Junior book collectors; book fair with a twist. 
H. J. Kunkle. il Wilson Lib Bui 38:176-7 
O '63 
BOOK illustration. See Textbooks — Illustration 
BOOK industries and trade 
Book distribution. D. Lacy. ALA Bui 57:505- 
6 Je '63 
See also 
Booksellers and bookselling 
Publishers and publishing 

Great Britain 
Book distribution in the United Kingdom. 
R. Barker. ALA Bui 57:523-7 Je '63 

Russia 
Book distribution in the USSR. K. Enoch 
and R. W. Frase. ALA Bui 57:518-23 Je 
'63 

United States 
See also 
Franklin publications, incorporated 
BOOK lists. See Reading lists 
BOOK losses. See Libraries — Book losses 
BOOK marks. See Bookmarks 



BOOK-of-the-month club 

See also 
Dorothy Canfield Fisher library awards 
BOOK paper. See Paper 
BOOK rarities 
French books and manuscripts. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2549:795 Mr 27 '64 
BOOK repairing. See Books — Conservation and 

restoration 
BOOK reports 
Using paperbacks with science classes. Sister 
Catherine Virginia, il Cath Sch J 64:58-9 
F '64 

Projects 
Spicing book report assignments. R. C. 
Weaver. Pa Sch J 112:324 Mr '64 
BOOK reviewing 
Rewards and hazards of book reviewing. H. 
Lash. ALA Bui 57:860-1 O '63 
BOOK reviews 
See also 
New York review of books 
New York times book review 
BOOK selection 
Buying better rather than more. M. K. 

Eakin. il Instr 73:67-9 N '63 
Chance to compare; choosing books. Times 

Ed Sup 2510:1419 Je 28 '63 
Cooperative venture; Joint book selection 
committee of Miami public library and 
Dade County school libraries. M. H. Ed- 
monds. Wilson Lib Bui 38:689 Ap '64 
Friends and True friends in New City. E. T. 

Moore. ALA Bui 57:387-8 My '63 
Is vocabulary a basis for selecting books? 

M. Early, bibliog il Instr 73:70-6 N '63 
School libraries. P. Sullivan. Wilson Lib Bui 

38:793 My '64 
School library book catalog. Wilson Lib Bui 

38:713 My '64 
Take me to your reader. F. K. Varn. Instr 

73:73 Ap '64 
What goes on your library shelves? D. M. 
Cole, il Instr 73:45-6 N '63 
BOOK storage. See Books — Storage 
BOOK thefts. See Libraries — Book losses 
BOOK trucks 
Casters for book trucks: what type is best 
for carpeted floors? G. T. Piez. diags ALA 
Bui 57:787-9 S '63 
BOOK week 
Book week, Nov. 10-16, 1963; official poster. 

Cath Sch J 63:27 N '63 
Children's book week; Nov. 10-16, 1963. il 
Wilson Lib Bui 38:174-5 O '63 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Book week carol, il Instr 73:80-1 N '63 
Book week parade. I. Wilson. Tex Outl 47: 

23 Je '63 
First grade at book fair. Sister Mary Phillip. 

11 Cath Sch J 63:27-8 N '63 

Songs 
Let's go and get a book; German folk tune. 
E. S. Daniels. Instr 73:82 N '63 

Stories 
Old Miss Olst. J. W. Krows. Instr 73:40-1 
N '63 

Units of work 
Children's book week unit. M. Rohlfs and 
H. Kinghorn. Instr 73:22 N '63 
BOOKKEEPERS. See Accountants 
BOOKKEEPING 
United services forum: bookkeeping and ac- 
counting: ed. by L. A. Brendel. See issues 
of Business education forum 
See also 
Accounting 

Achievements, Student 

Assessing student achievement in bookkeep- 
ing. R. M. Kessel. Bsns Ed Forum 18:5 
D '63 

Does evaluation In bookkeeping bother you? 
R. Huff. Bsns Ed Forum 18:204- Mr '64 

Aims and objectives 
Outcomes in developing vocational compe- 
tence in bookkeeping occupations. M. H. 
Freeman. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:35-52 '63 

Correlation with other subjects 

Bookkeeping builds basic economic concepts. 

B. B. Griffith. J Bsns Ed 39:233-4 Mr '64 
Integration of economic concepts in beginning 

bookkeeping classes. R. Griffith. Bal Sheet 

45:63-44- O '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



69 



BOOKKEEPING— aontmwed 
Curriculum 
Economic education enrichment in the book- 
keeping course. L. L. Garrison. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:25+ Ap '64 
High school bookkeeping, as it was, so shall 
it always be? a fable. R. B. Woolschlager. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:19-20 Mr '64 
Outcomes in building a foundation for ad- 
vanced study in bookkeeping and accoun- 
ting. A. E. Carlson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1: 
228-39 '63 

Motivation 
Help bookkeeping students see the need for 
new work. I. D. Satlow. J Bsns Ed 38:321- 
2 My '63 

Practice sets 

Don't teach bookkeeping too fast. J. C. 

Harger. Bsns Ed World 44:22-1- Ap '64 

Problem solving 
Problem testing in bookkeeping; some guide- 
lines. L. J. Boggs. Bsns Ed Forum 18:7-8 
D '63 

Projects 

Handling all levels of ability in the classroom. 
L. Del Turco. Bsns Ed World 44:20-2 P '64 

Subject matter 
Enriching high school bookkeeping by relat- 
ing it to business management. M. H. 
Freeman and G. Kahn. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 
16+ N '63 

Teaching 
Static bookkkeeping. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns 
Ed 39:270-1 Ap '64 

Bibliography 

Current thought on teaching bookkeeping 
(cont) I. D. Satlow. J Bsns Ed 39:14-16 
O '63 

High schools 

Enriching high school bookkeeping by relat- 
ing it to business management. M. H. 
Freeman and G. Kahn. Bsns Ed Forum IS: 
16+ N '63 

High school bookkeeping, as it was, so shall 
it always be? a fable. R. B. Woolschlager. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:19-20 Mr '64 

Outcomes in building a foundation for ad- 
vanced study in bookkeeping and accoun- 
ting. A. E. Carlson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1: 
228:39 '63 

Teaching aids and devices 

Boardwork and bookkeeping. M. J. Balsam. 
H Points 45:64 N '63 

Improving teaching effectiveness in book- 
keeping. M. Miller, il J Bsns Ed 39:280-1 
Ap '64 

Teaching methods 

Don't teach bookkeeping too fast. J. C. 
Harger. Bsns Ed World 44:22+ Ap '64 

Individualizing bookkeeping with contracts. 
M. Tener. Bal Sheet 45:248+ F '64 

Six ways to simplify your bookkeeping teach- 
ing. V. A. Musselman. Bsns Ed World 
44:24-5 N '63 

T account speeds learning. G. W. Lees. 
Bal Sheet 'i5:208-10 Ja '64 

Terminology 

Six ways to simplify your bookkeeping teach- 
ing. V. A. Musselman. Bsns Ed World 44: 
24-5 N '63 

Tests and scales 

Assessing student achievement in bookkeep- 
ing. R. M. Kessel. Bsns Ed Forum 18:5 D 
'63 

Does evaluation in bookkeeping bother you? 
R. Huff. Bsns Ed Forum 18:20+ Mr '64 

Essay testing of business infonnation related 
to bookkeeping. R. J. Thompson. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:11-12 D '63 

Objective testing in bookkeeping. L. J. West. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:9-10 D '63 

Problem testing in bookkeeping: some guide- 
lines. L. J. Boggs. Bsns Ed Forum 18:7-8 
D '63 

Textbooks 

Static bookkeeping. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns 
Ed 39:270-1 Ap '64 

Textbook illustrations can illuminate book- 
keeping instruction. H. L. Forkner. Bsns 
Ed Forum 17:22+ My '63 



Value 
Relation of high school bookkeeping to col- 
lege accounting. A. Howard. Bal Sheet 45: 
6S-70 O '63 
BOOKKEEPING as a profession. See Account- 

mg as a profession 
BOOKMARKS 
Book marks. M. Saxer. il Grade Teach 81:57 
Mr '64 
BOOKMOBILES 
Don't undersell good bookmobile service. G. 
K. Schenk. Wilson Lib Bui 38:201 O '63 
See also 
Bookstores, Traveling 
BOOKS 
Respect for books: where does it begin? J. 

Sherman. Grade Teach 81:14+ N '63 
Trade books. R. A. Brown, bibliog Read 

Teach 17:422-7 Mr '64 
We believe in books. Peabody J Ed 41:65 S 
'63 

Conservation and restoration 
How to save book repair costs. C. Zeiger. 
Nations Sch 72:56 D '63 

Labeling, marking, etc. 
Adhesives for book labels. G. T. Piez. ALA 

Bui 57:1051-2 D '63 

Paper covered books 

jSee Paperback books 

Readability 
Value of twenty-five cent books for in- 
dependent recreational reading. G. Maynard. 
bibliog f Peabody J Ed 41:86-90 S '63 
See also 
Textbooks — Readability 

Reprints 

See also 
Paperback books 
Pocket books (reprints) 

Storage 
Space problem; concerning report: Yale's 

selective book retirement program. Wilson 

Lib Bui 38:444-5 P '64 
BOOKS, Filmed. See Film adaptations 
BOOKS, Rare. See Book rarities 
BOOKS and reading 
American adults read more fiction; AT. A 

report. Wilson Lib Bui 38:441+ F '64 
Artist's eyesight. E. L. Wallant. H Points 

46:34-41 Mr '64 
I don't have time to read. J. A. Battle. 

NEA J 53:13 F '64 
Letter on reading. R. M. Hutchins. ALA 

Bui 57:1027-33 D '03 
Library and the teen age; concerning Col- 
lege preparatory reading list, by Nioga 

library system. D. R. Watts. Wilson Lib 

Bui 38:795 My '64 
Library honors program. M. Moss. Wilson 

Lib Bui 38:298 N '63 
Press, the public, and the reading program. 

K. Hendrick. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 

M:oo-bO 63 
They look at life through modern books. 

F. P. Hege. Int J Relig Ed 40:21-2 Mr '64 
See also 
Anthologies 
Book selection 
Book week 
Catholic literature 
Childrens literature and reading 
Classical literature 
Educational literature 
Fiction 

High school students — Reading 
Libraries 
Literature 

National book committee 
Professional books and reading 
Reading interests 
Reading lists 
Reference books 
Religious literature 
Textbooks 

Best books 
Great works in twentieth century American 

H^Sch j"47:i2r3!-D'-'6¥- ^°^^°"^- ^'^'^^^ ' 

Introdiicmg elementary children to the 

73^50-Tn°''63^^' ^''°'^®'''<^^- bibliog il Instr 

Notable books of 1963: a selected list Amer- 
ican library association. Adult services di- 
Yo^ooo-^ ^P^'^W? books council. ALA Bui 
?li223-4 Mr '64; Same. NEA J 53:74-5 Ap 
■64; Wilson Lib Bui 38:590+ Ap '64 



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BOOKS and reading — Best books — Continued 

Paperbacks preferred; low-priced paperback 
classics. D. M. Perks. H Points 46:75-6 
Mr '64 

Reading better books in the middle grades. 
M. Gertz. Chicago Sch J 45:30-1 O '63. 

Recent readability studies at Boston uni- 
versity; great classics. C. F. Mulltey. J Ed 
146:28-30 Ap '64 ^ ^ , ^^^^ 

Significant adult books for young people, 1963. 
American library association. Young adult 
services division. Wilson Lib Bui 38:597-8 
Ap '64; Same cond. NEA J 53:34 Mr '64 

Study of children's book choices. B. J. Pel- 
tola, bibliog El Engl 40:690-5+ N '63 

Reading aloud 

Developing listening skills. Sister Mary Edith. 

Cath Sch J 64:72 F '64 __ 

For reading out loud! C. Dane. PTA Mag 

58:13 N '63 . ,^ ^, 

Listen, my children. D. A. McClenathan. il 

N Y State Ed 51:36-7 Ja ■64_ 
Read it aloud! N. Lilienthal. Clearmg House 

38:13-15 S '63 
See also 
Poetry— Reading aloud 

Ghana 
Popular reading materials for Ghana. E. 
Griffin, il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no3: 
125-32 '63 
BOOKS for children. See Childrens literature 

and reading 
BOOKS for the blind. See Blind. Books for 

the 
BOOKS for the gifted. See Reading — Subject 

matter for the gifted 
BOOKS USA program. See Book and periodical 

giving campaigns 
BOOKSELLERS and bookselling 
Paperback books 
Distribution of paperbound books. P. John- 
son, jr. ALA Bui 57:534+ Je '63 
How to make more books available to your 
students, il Sch Mgt 7:47-9 N '63 

California 
Obscenity: U.S. style; United States of 
America vs. West Coast news co, inc; re- 
print. R. R. Kirsch. ALA Bui 58:269-72 
Ap '64 

Russia 
Book distribution in the USSR. K. Enoch 
and R. W. Frase. ALA Bui 57:518-23 Je '63 

United States 
Bookseller serves the community, but who 
serves him? G. Light. ALA Bui 57:528-30 
Je '63 

BOOKSTORES , , . , , .^ 

Using paperbacks: some why s and how s. K. 
L. Donelson. Engl J 53:191-5 Mr '64 
BOOKSTORES, Traveling 
How to make more books available to your 
students, il Sch Mgt 7:47-9 N '63 
BORCHERS, Gladys Louise 
Gladys Louise Borchers: teacher of speech. 
A. T. Weaver. Speech Teach 13:1-5 Ja '64 
BORDEAUX. Universite, France 
Students adapt to French university. Sch & 
Soc 92:150 Ap 4 "64 
BOREDOM 
Boredom in the last year; the barrier of 
English. Times Ed Sup 2538:49 Ja 10 '64 
Boredom, the unhidden enemy. C. W. Obu- 
chowski. French R 37:343-8 Ja '64 

BORGES, Jorge Luis 
Borges' El aleph; some thematic considera- 
tions. D. W. Foster. Hispania 47:56-9 Mr 
•64 
BORROWING of money. See Credit 
BORSTAL system. See Juvenile detention 

homes 
BOSTON 

Hospitals 

Child guidance service in a municipal hos- 
pital; Boston city hospital. E. Pavenstedt. 
il Children 10:207-12 N '63 
BOSTON college, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 
Catholic students' attitudes toward college 
authority. M. Kinnane. Cath Ed R 61:294- 
301 My '63 
BOSTON university. Massachusetts 

College of business 
administration 
Honors course in mathematics. D. L. Rados. 
Sup Stud 5:27 S '63 



BOTANICAL research 

Plant research in the high school. B^J. Try- 
balski. il Am Biol Teach 26:118-23 3P '64 
BOTANY 

See also 
Flowers 
Leaves 
Plants 
Seeds 

Curriculum 
Botany for the elementary school teacher. T. 
R. Porter, bibliog il diags Sch Sci & Math 
63:503-15 Je '63 

Experiments 
Classroom greenhouse for biology teaching. 

W. Darr. il diags Sci Teach 30:16-17 D '63 
Plant physiology, its history and classroom 

application. J. Youngpeter. bibliog il Sch 

Sci & Math 63:479-91 Je '63 

Laboratory work 
Use of living material in the teaching of 
botany; symposium, with introd. by P. A. 
Vestal, bibliog Am Biol Teach 26:89-113 F 
'64 

Programmed teaching 
Practical audio-programmed instruction. S. N. 
Postlethwait. il Ed Screen Av G 43:82-3 
F '64 

Projects 
Plant research in the high school. E. J. Try- 
balski. il Am Biol Teach 26:118-23 F '64 

Research 
See Botanical research 

Subject matter 

Botany for the elementary school teacher. 
T. R. Porter, bibliog il diags Sch Sci & 
Math 63:503-15 Je '63 

Teaching 

Elementary schools 
Botany for the elementai-y school teacher. 

T. R. Porter, bibliog il diags Sch Sci & 

Math 63:503-15 Je '63 
Variations among plants. B. J. Syrocki, 

Grade Teach 81:53+ D '63 

High schools 
Bryology for the high school; study of mosses 
and liverworts. C. G. Roehrick. Am Biol 
Teach 26:124-30 F '64 

Kindergarten 
Flowers in the kindergarten. M. F. Bartlett. 

Grade Teach 81:26+ My '64 
Kindergartners learn about plants and seeds. 

M. F. Bartlett. Grade Teach 81:24+ F '64 

Textbooks 

Colleges and universities 
Botany texts: a survey of their development 
in American higher education, 1643-1906. 
C. B. Ford. Hist Ed Q 4:59-71 Mr '64 
BOULDER, Colorado 

Boulder Valley school district 
How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with N. B. Burbank. R. E. de- 
Kieffer. Av Instr 9:15-17 Ja '64 
BOURDELLE, gmile Antoine 
Andr6 Suares and Antoine Bourdelle: Vates 
and Pygmalion. S. D. Braun. bibliog f 
French R 37:41-6 O '63 
BOURGEOIS society in literature. See Middle 

classes in literature 
BOWDEN, Henry L. 
Sixth Alexander Meiklejohn award. AAUP 
Bui 49:136-7 Je '63 
BOWDOIN college, Brunswick, Maine 
General education for college seniors. J. S. 
Coles. Sch & Soc 91:302 O 19 '63 
BOWLING 
Bowling program introduced to teachers. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:67 F '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Effectiveness of a bowling aid to university 
bowling instruction. L. Dailey and others, 
il Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
136-43 My '63 
BOXES 
How to enjoy a box of space. E. McSherry. 
il Arts & Activities 55:37 Ap '64 
BOXING 
Body-blow to boxing, il Times Ed Sup 2542: 
299 F 7 '64 



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71 



BOX I NG — Continued 
Boxing in public schools. J. M. Lampe. J 

Sch Health 33:414-15 N '63 
Pulling more punches. Times Ed Sup 2501: 

871 Ap 26 '63 
Pulling no more punches. Times Ed Sup 2497: 

659 Mr 29 '63 
Should instruction in boxing be included in 

the school physical education curriculum? 

W. E. Ayling and O. W. Miller. J Sch 

Health 34:87-9 F '64 

BOY scouts 

Scouts and pioneers; areas of overlap. Times 
Ed Sup 2498:707 Ap 5 '63 
BOYS 

Bit brothers to troubled children. C. M. 
Bloomberg and C. H. Troupe, il NELA. J 
53:22-5 Ja '64 

Body composition relative to motor aptitude 
for preadolescent boys. A. H. Ismail and 
others, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 34:462-70 D '63 

Comparison of the performance of normal and 
subnormal boys on structured categoriza- 
tion tasks. W. E. Stephens. Excep Child 30: 
311-15 Mr '64 

Reading ability and CMAS scores in educable 
mentally retarded boys. R. Reger. bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 68:652-5 Mr '64 

Relationships between personal-social mea- 
sures applied to ten-year-old boys. H. H. 
Clarke and W. H. Greene, bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:288-98 O '63 

Special class for over-weight boys. D. Bern- 
stein. H Points 46:68-71 Ja '64 

Education 
Developing the boy's changing voice. R. M. 

Conrad. Mus Educators J 50:68-f- Ap '64 
Whv don't boys take business subjects? D. 

H. Sandham. Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 O '63; 

Reply with rejoinder. D. McKinney. 44:5-|- 

F '64 

Research 
Motor characteristics of underachieving boys. 

J. Keogh and D. Benson. J Ed Res 57:339- 

44 Mr '64 
Visual discrimination and social reinforce- 
ment in normal and emotionally disturbed 

bovs. R M. Knights, bibliog J Personal 

32:145-61 Mr '64 
BOYS. Delinquent 
Academic-activity program at Hawthorne, 

a specially designed educational program 

for the troubled adolescent. H. Cohen. 

Excep Child 30:74-9 O '63 
Effects of sex differences on protective at- 
titudes in delinquents and nondelinquents. 

W. C. Washburn, bibliog Excep Child 30: 

111-17 N '63 
Guv'ners: venture in group guidance. A. A. 

Attwell and R. R. Odom. El Sch J 64:124-30 

D '63 
Health, growth, and physical condition of 

Ohio's institutionalized delinquents. T. G. 

Eynon. bibliog J Sch Health 33:398-407 

N '63 

Performance of male juvenile delinquents on 
four psychological tests. P. J. Finley. Train 
Sch Bui 60:175-83 F '64 
Youthful offender. J. Gastin. Mich Ed J 41: 
25-7 Ja '64 
BOYS books and reading 
Boys' club for middle readers. V. Graff and 
S. Feldman. El Sch J 64:131-6 D '63 
BOYS choirs. See Choirs 
BOYS clubs 
Boys' club for middle readers. V. Graff and 
S. Feldman. El Sch J 64:131-6 D '63 
See also 
Future farmers of America 
Little leagues 
BOYS in literature. See Children in literature 

BOYS schools 
See also 
Private schools 

Great Britain 

National reserves of ability; some evidence 
from independent schools. P. L.. Masters 
and S. W. Hockey. Times Ed Sup 2504: 
1061 My 17 '63; Reply. A. F. Clayton. 2505: 
1149 My 24 '63 
BRACE, David Kingsley 
Gulick award, il por J Health Phys Ed Rec 
34:52-3 Je '63 
BRAILLE books. See BUnd, Books for the 



BRAIN 

Diseases 

Dementia infantilis; Heller. H. J. Dletze. 
bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68:193-202 
S '63 
See <also 
Aphasia 

Diapnosis 
See also 
Electroencephalography 

Localization of functions 

Alleged refractory nature of verbal subtest 
scores in brain-damaged cases. E. E. Bal- 
thazar, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 67: 
871-8 My '63 

Neurological and p.sychological trends in 
reading diagnosis. E. G. Ketchum. bibliog 
Read Teach 17:589-93 My '64 

Models 
See Anatomical models 

Wounds and injuries 

Alleged refractory nature of verbal subtest 
scores in brain-damaged cases. B. E. Bal- 
thazar, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 67 
871-8 My '63 

Brain-injured child in a clinic population 
a statistical description. M. D. Lezak and 
H. H. Dixon, jr. bibliog Excep Child 30 
237-40 F '04 

Differential responses in perceptual ability 
among mentally retarded brain-injured 
children. B. H. Bradley, bibliog J Ed Res 
57:421-4 Ap '64 

In slow gear; class for the brain -damaged. 
K. Hemmer. Instr 73:104- My '64 

Perception of autokinetic movement by 
brain-injured and familial retardates. S. W. 
Bennett and C. H. Poit. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:413-16 N '63 

Performance time and brain damage ratings. 
F. M. Throne and others. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 68:656-9 Mr '64 

Special help for special children; the brain- 
injured child. C. Rounsaville. 'Tex Outl 47: 
36-7 O '63 

Studies in diagnosis of brain injury and re- 
lated behavior problem.'? of children. D. F. 
Driggs. Childh Ed 40:277-9 Ja '64 

Teaching an emotionally-disturbed, brain- 
iniured child. N. Miller. Read Teach 17: 
460-5 Mr '64 

Value of functional training in severely dis- 
abled institutionalized brain damaged chil- 
dren. E. W. Johnson and others, il Am J 
Men Deficiency 57:860-4 My '63 

Visual memory test performance in mentally 
deficient and brain-damaged patients. A. L. 
Benton and O. Spreen. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 68:630-3 Mr '64 
BRANDED merchandise 

Brand loyalty revisited: a twenty-year re- 
port. L. Guest. J Ap Psychol 48:93-7 Ap '64 
BRANDES, Georg Morris Cohen 

Georg Brandes: 1842-1927. H. O. Dyrenforth. 
bibliog f Ed Theatre J 15:143-50 My '63 
BRASILIA, Brazil 

Brasilia. J. E. Searles. il plan Sch Arts 63: 
24-8 O '63 

Brasilia: the emergence of a national capital. 
J. P. Augelli. bibliog f il maps J Geog 62: 
241-52 S '63 

Brasilia, world's newest capital city, il Instr 
73:86-7 Ap '64 
BRASS instruments. See Wind instruments 
BRATTAIN, Walter 

Discovery of the transistor: W. Shockley, 
J. Bardeen and W. Brattain. A. B. Gar- 
rett, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:302-3 Je '63 
BRAZIL 

See also 

Agricultural education — Brazil 

Brasilia 

Conferences and conventions. Educational — 
Brazil 

Education — Brazil 

Science — -Teaching — Brazil 
BRAZIL in literature 

Rub^n Darlo and Brazil. F. P. Ellison. 
Hispania 47:24-35 Mr '64 
BRAZILIAN fiction 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See Brazilian literature — ^Appreciation and 
interpretation 
BRAZILIAN literature 
Rub6n Darfo and Brazil. F. P. Ellison. 
Hispania 47:24-35 Mr '64 



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BRAZILIAN literature — Continued 

Appreciation and interpretation 
Poetry and progress in Jorge Amado's Ga- 
briela, cravo e canela. R. A. Mazzara. His- 
pania 46:551-6 S '63 
BRAZORIA COUNTY, Texas 
Education 
Texas community tackles teen-age food and 
nutrition program. G. S. Lee. il J Home 
Econ 55:763-6 D '63 

B R EAD 

First graders bal<;e bread. "W. E. McCalment. 
11 Tex Outl 48:26-7 Mr '64 
BREAD trays. See Trays 

BREAKFASTS ^ .... -n. ^ 

Better nutrition for senior citizens; Pasadena. 
A Xedes and V. Cardinal. J Home Econ 
56:188 Mr '64 , . ., , , ^ 

Breakfast at school gives pupils a taste for 
learning. L. Monteleone. Nations Sen 72:38 
Jl '63 
BREAST feeding. See Infants— Nutrition 
BREATH I NESS. See Voice disorders 
BREATHING. See Respiration 
BRECHT, Bertolt „ „ ^ , 

Temptation of goodness. B. P. Dukore. bib- 
liog f Ed Theatre J 15:105-11 My '63 
BREMERPLAN. See Education — Germany 

(Federal Republic) 
BRENGLE, Fred E. 
Obituary 

Teach Col J 35:22 O '63 
BRENTWOOD, New York 

Public schools 
Automating the school library: an advance 
report. C. A. Vertanes. il Wilson Lib Bui 
37:864-7 Je '63 
BRESGEN, Cesar 
Orff and Bresgen as music educators. P. L. 
Frank, il Mus Educators J 50:58-604- F '64 

BRETON, Andre 
Andr6 Breton et le paradis perdu. J. D. 

Hubert. French R 37:200-5 D '63 
Realisme ouvert of Bachelard and Breton. 
M. A. Caws, bibliog f French R 37:302-11 
Ja '64 
BRIDGEPORT education association. See 

Teachers associations — Connecticut 
BRIDIE, James 
Dramatic method of James Bridie. H. L. 
Luyben. bibliog f Ed Theatre J 15:332-42 
D '63 
BRIGHAM Young university, Provo. Utah 
Roundup of dictation labs. T. D. Stoddard 
and S. E. Warner, il Bsns Ed World 44: 
18 Ja '64 
BRIGHT children. See Children. Gifted 
BRIGHTNESS, Degree of. See Intelligence quo- 
tient 
BRINKLEY, David McClure 
Golden Key winners, 1964. il por Wis J Ed 
96:14-15 F '64: Same. Ky Sch J 42:30-1- Mr 
'64: Mich Ed J 41:26-8 Mr '64: Ohio Sch 42: 
30-1 Mr '64; Pa Sch J 112:322-3 Mr '64 
BRINNIN, John Malcolm 
Poems for study; Nuns at eve. W. R. Clark. 
Clearing House 38:445 Mr '64 
BRISTOL college of technology, England 
From the city to the plough: Bristol college's 
move. Times Ed Sup 2525:491 O 11 '63 
BRITISH association for the advancement of 
sci 6nc6 
British association. Times Ed Sup 2520:262-3 

S 6 '63 
Ecology of disciplines; ideas spill over at 
Aberdeen. Times Ed Sup 2520:264 S 6 '63 
Investment in man; British association 
meets. Times Ed Sup 2519:236 Ag 10 '63 
BRITISH COLUMBIA vocational school, Burn- 
aby, Canada 
Welding training in a Canadian school. J. E. 
Cooper, il Sch Shop 22:21 Je '63 
BRITISH council of industrial design, England. 

See Council of industrial design 
BRITISH GUIANA in literature 
British Guiana writings. Times Ed Sup 2504: 
1059 My 17 '63 
BRITISH Pestalozzi village. See Sedlescombe, 

Sussex, England. Childrens village 
BRITISH psychological society 
See also 
Joint working party of the British psycho- 
logical society and the Association of teach- 
ers in colleges and departments of educa- 
tion 



BRITISH students 
Self concepts of trainee teachers in two sub- 
cultures. A. S. Phillips, bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 33:154-61 Je '63 
See also 
College students — Great Britain 
BRITISH students in the United States 
Oxford views American debating. J. H. Mc- 
Bath. Q J Speech 50:93-5 F '64 
BRITISH teachers in Africa 
Blackboard safari; stimulating session in 
Africa. Times Ed Sup 2539:107 Ja 17 '64 
BRITISH teachers in Australia 
Pommy professor. E. Powell, il Times Ed 
Sup 2545:sup i F 28 '64 
BRITISH teachers In the United States 
Assault on knowledge; a Briton looks at 
Buffalo. Earl of Gowrie. Times Ed Sup 
2543:381 F 14 '64 
Flight of the scientists; U.S. can offer more. 

Times Ed Sup 2543:379 F 14 '64 
Registers: a protest. N. P. Moyle. N Y State 

Ed 50:15 Je '63 
Year in the Bronx. Times Ed Sup 2544:433 F 
21 '64 
BROADCASTING, Radio. See Radio broadcast- 
ing 
BROADCASTING, Television. See Television 

broadcasting 
BROKEN homes. See Home 
BRONTE, Charlotte 
Jane Byre: fire and water. E. Solomon. Col 
Engl 25:215-17 D '63 
BRONTe, Emily 
Wuthering Heights as epos. V. Bell, bibliog 
f Col Engl 25:199-2004- D '63 
BRONZE doors. See Church portals 
BRONZES 
Children's stories in sculpture; Bremen town 
musicians in Bremen, il El Sch J 64:246-7 
F '64 
BROOK reaction test. See Interest (psy- 
chology) — Tests and scales 
BROOKE, Charles Frederick Tucker 
William to Tuclter to Jess. J. Shera. Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:677 Ap '64 
BROOKFIELD, Wisconsin 

Brookfield east high school 
Our first year under BSCS. W. J. Weishar 
and R. E. Terry. Am Biol Teach 26:345-6 
My "64 
BROOKLINE, Massachusetts 
Public schools 
Control factors for quality floor finishes. 11 
Am Sch & Univ 36:37-8 Ja '64 
BROOKLYN 

Erasmus Hall high school 
Origin and early stages of Arista. S. J. 
Elison. H Points 46:42-52 Ap '64 

George Gershwin Junior high school 
Culinary careers deter dropouts. B. McKeon. 
Prac Forecast 9:14-15 Ja '64 

Midwood high school 
Functions of a student government. D. Feld. 
H Points 45:23-6 Je "63 

Prospect Heights high school 
Hieh school peace corps. S. Sobel and C 
Cherkis. Social Ed 27:310-12 O '63 

Technical high school 

Chemistry seminar for high school seniors. 
L. Weiss. H Points 46:38-45 F '64 

William H. Maxwell vocational 
high school 
Everybody teaches reading. S. Kantowitz. 
H Points 46:40-5 Ja '64 
BROOKLYN college 
Advanced placement helps Brooklyn college 
find honor students. G. Stein. Sup Stud 
5:124- Mr '63 
College basic skills center program. S. U. 
"Wedeen. bibliog J Develop Read 7:138-40 
'Wint '64 
Judicial review of college-admission policies; 
the Lesser decision. S. Jacobson. J Higher 
Ed 34:432-7 N '63 
Workshops in elementary education. R. Zinar. 
Mus J 21:384- O '63 
BROOKLYN museum 
Impresario grows in Brooklyn: concerts in 
a museum. G. Mathew. il Mus J 21:45-6 My 
•63 
BROOKLYN polytechnic Institute. See Poly- 
technic institute of Brooklyn 



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73 



BROOKLYN public library 
Branches 
Access to education; joiner and groer; service 
to Bedford Stuyvesant area. K. Molz. il 
Wilison Lib Bui 38:349-51 D '63 
BROTHERHOOD week 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Brotherhood. C. Bortniker. Instr 73:85+ F '64 

Projects 

Brotherhood week every week. E. Waun and 
M. Sadler, il Grade Teach 81:15+ F '64 
BROWN, Keith 
There's more publicity in pitchinpr than In 
the pit. H. Journey-McCarty. por Sch Mu- 
sician 35:46-7 Mr '64 
BROWN DEER, Wisconsin 

Public schools 
Keep incompetent teachers off tenure. C. J. 
Piskula. il Sch Mfft 7:54-6 D '63 
BROWN university, Providence, Rhode Island 
Horace Mann at Brown. J. C Messerli. bib- 
lio? f Harvard Ed R 33:285-311 Sum '63; 
Reply. T. R. Crane. 33:527-9 Fall '63 
MA- 3 at Brown university. R. O. Schulze. 
Sup Stud 5:18-20 Mr '63 
BROWNING, Montana 

High school 
Browning high school's reading program. 
P. A. Ward. jr. Mont Ed 40:9-10+ Ap '64 
BRUNSWICK, Maine 

Politics and government 
Democracy, expertise, and schools. L. Smith, 
bibliog f J Ed Sociol 36:442-8 My '63 

High school 
Curricuiar innovations; Brunswick senior 
high school. M. Tonon. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 47:130-1 My '63 
BRYAN, William Jennings 
William Jennings Bryan, reformer. F. W. 
Schruben. Social Studies 55:12-17 Ja '64 
BRYAN, Texas 

Sul Ross school 
Children's art from foreign lands. B. C. 
Young, il Tex Outl 48:24-5 F '64 
BRYOPHYTES. See Liverworts; Mosses 

BUBER, Martin 
Philosophical foundation for motivation of 
community health education. H. S. Slasher, 
bibliog J Sch Health 33:353-60 O '63 
Structure and process of self; Martin Buber. 
G. Y. Koo. Ed Theory 14:113-14 Ap '64 
BUCKS COUNTY, Pennsylvania 
Public schools 
In-service education in Bucks County, Penn- 
sylvania. G. F. Raab and L. W. Bender. 
diags Childh Ed 40:457-62 My '64 
BUCYRUS, Ohio 

High schools 
Let alumni evaluate your school's success. R. 
H. Davis. Ohio Sch 42:25+ F '64 
BUDDHA and Buddhism 
See also 
Zen (sect) 

BUDGET, Family. See Budget, Household 

BUDGET, Household 
Job-related expenses of the working mother. 
L. K. Addiss. bibliog Children 10:219-23 N 
'63 
•See also 
Cost and standard of living 

BUDGET, Municipal 
Performance budgeting. L. F. Anderson, bib- 
liog f. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 48:371-9 '62 

BUDGET, School 

Budget preparation and presentation. E. 
Wedge. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 48:321-5 '62 

Budgeting by educational area. H. M. Wil- 
son, jr. il Am Sch Bd J 147:29-30 Jl '63 

Budgets in business education. R. M. Swan- 
son. Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:63-9 My '63 

How is money being spent by your spending 
equals? O. F. Furno. Sch Mgt 8:137-40, 
142, 144+ Ja '64 

How much should you spend on instruction 
and administration? (cont) Sch Mgt 8:102- 
13 Ja 64 



How to keep track of the a-v budget. T. C. 

Cobun. Nations Sch 72:62 S '63 
Manual encumbrance system for your schools. 
O. B. Fjeran. Am Sch Bd J 148:20 F '64 
Setting up the maintenance budget. C. L. 

Koehler. Am Sch & Univ 34:M 1-M4 '62 
Will outside control on school budgets in- 
crease? H. C. de Bruin, bibliog f Am Sch 
Bd J 147:5-6 Ag '63 
BUFFALO. University. See New York. State 

university — University at Buffalo 
BUILDING 

See also 
Windowless construction 

Contracts and specifications 

See also 
School buildings — Contracts and specifications 

Teaching 
Teaching farm building construction. H. D. 
Henderson and C. Saloutos. il Ag Ed Mag 
36:200-2 Mr '64 
BUILDING industry 
See also 
Contractors 

Great Britain 
Building under pressure. Times Ed Sup 2546: 
588 Mr 6 '64 
BUILDING laws and legislation 
School buildings may not be subject to 
municipal construction regvilations. M. C. 
Nolte. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 148:11-12 Ja 
•64 
BUILDING materials 
Building materials standards which reflect 
long-term maintenance and operations sav- 
ings. R. G. Corwin. Assn Sch Bsns Offlcials 
U S and Canada Proc 48:414-21 '62 
How to select the right school face. E. O. 

Moore. Nations Sch 73:46 Ja '64 
New materials for new schools. W. L. Gar- 
vin, il Am Sch & Univ 36:29-33 S '63 
Trends in construction materials. W. L. Gar- 
vin. Am Sch & Univ 35:27-32 '63 
See also 
Plastics 
BUILDING sites 
See also 
School buildings — Sites 
BUILDING surveys. See School building sur 

veys 
BUILDINGS 
See also 
Administration buildings 
Farm buildings 
School buildings 

Colleges and universities 

See Colleges and universities — Buildings 

Junior colleges 
See Junior colleges — Buildings 
BULGARIA 

See also 
Childrens literature and reading — Bulgaria 
Education — Bulgaria 
BULL, Madia Mae 
Teacher from Idaho, il pors Instr 73:14-15 

Ap '64 
BULLETIN boards 
Bright ideas for bulletin boards. W. B. 

Brumbach. il Safety Ed 43:7-9 Ja '64 
Bulletin board exhibits. J. B. White, bibliog 

Ed 84:373-6 F '64 
Bulletin board ffor monthi See issues of 

Grade teacher September 1963- 
Bii'Ietin board of the month. See Issues of 

Practical forecast for home economics Sep- 
tember 1963- 
BuUetin boards. W. C. Brown; P. Brown. 11 

Grade Teach 81:65+ S '63 
Bulletin boards. R. H. Burgert. See issues 

of Instructor 
Bulletin boards, anyone? try these tips. M. 

M. Lees. Bsns Ed World 44:14-15 S '63 
Bulletin boards for elementary school arith- 
metic. D. E. Hall, il Arith Teach 11:114-15 

F '64 
Bulletin boards that work. M. C. Knight. 11 

Grade Teach 81:27 Ap '64 
Care and feeding of bulletin boards. W. Fox. 

Sch Activities 35:172-3 F '64 
Gallery of bulletin boards. G. S. Cunningham; 

V. R. Graver; R. C. Beede. il Bsns Ed 

World 44:16-19 S '63 
Sharpen up your bulletin board! R. Pluss. 

Clearing House 38:437-8 Mr '64 
Tips for tacks. E. B. Epstein. 11 Grade Teach 

81:62-3+ N '63 
Use those bulletin boards. M. Adkins. 11 Tex 

Outl 48:28-9 Ja '64 



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BUNKER HILL ranch resort, Mountain View, 

Missouri. See Summer resorts 
BUNTING. See BasebaJl 
BUINIUEL, Luis _ , ^, 

Literary style of Luis Bunuel; film scripts. 
R. M. Hammond. Hispania 46:506-13 S '63 
BUOYANCY , , , 

Buoyancy as predicted by certain anthro- 
pometric measurements. E. C. Lane and J. 
C. Mitchem. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec 
Res Q 35:21-8 Mr '64 
Demonstration of triple buoyancy reversal. 
N. O. Smith and D. J. Hennessy. J Chem 
Ed 41:43 Ja '64 ^ ^ ^,. , 

BUREAU of Ghana languages. See Publishers 

and publishing — Ghana 
BUREAUCRACY 
Professionalizing an academic occupation: the 
case of student personnel work. R. H. 
Useem. Nat Assn women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 27:94-101 Wint '64 
BURGLARY insurance. See Insurance, Bur- 
s' a i-y 
BURKE, Edmund 
Khetorical criticism in the Middlesex Journal, 
1774. D. C. Bryant. Q J Speech 50:45-52 F 
'64 
BURLESQUE (literature) 
See also 
Parody 
BURLETTA. See Operetta 
BURLINGTON, New Jersey 
High school 
How to plan a school for expansion. 11 plans 
Sch Mst 7:84-7 S '63 
BURLINGTON, North Carolina 
Public schools 
Ho\y effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with B. Proffitt. J. M. Shaver. 
Av Instr 9:28-31 Ja '64 
BURNHAM scales. See Teachers — Salaries — 

Great Britain 
BURNT HILLS, Nevj York 

Burnt Hiils-Ballston Lake high school 
Sensible solution to scheduling. W. E. Sewell. 
il Sch Mgt 7:93-4 O '63 
BURTON, Harold Hitz 
Alexander Graham Bell honors citation, 1964. 
Volta R 66:117 Mr '64 
BUS drivers 
/See also 
School bus drivers 
BUSES, School. See School children — Trans- 
portation 
BUSH, Robert N. 
R. N. B: a tribute. E. P. Andreen and E. A. 
Payne. J Sec Ed 38:257 My '63 
BUSHMEN. See Africa — Native races 

BUSINESS 

Do you know that? M. Walker. See issues 
of Journal of business education 

United services: basic business; ed. by J. W. 
Crews. See issues of Business education 
forum through May 1963 

United services forum: basic business; ed. 
by G. W. Maxwell. See issues of Business 
education forum October 1963- 

What business thinks and says. See issues 
of Journal of business education 
See also 

Advertising 

Corporations 

History 

Business history; an apologia. R. G. Garnett. 
Times Ed Sup 2508:1315 Je 14 '63; Discus- 
sion. 2511:15; 2512:51 Jl 5-12 '63 

Small business 

See Small business 
BUSINESS administration. See Business man- 
agement and organization 
BUSINESS administration of schools 

Building, buying, buses keep school oflicials 
busy; school business literature. D. A. 
Shinneman. bibliog Nations Sch 73:78-80-)- 
Mr '64 

How to ease damaged shipment headaches. 
G. M. O'Brien. Nations Sch 71:64 Je '63 

Meeting address. S. C. Joyner. Assn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 48:355- 
67 '62 

Practice and future use of cost accounting 
in school districts. H. S. Cloyd. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:13-14 Mr '64 

Proceedings; forty-eighth annual meeting and 
educational exhiljit, Dallas, October 15-19, 
1962. Association of school business officials 
of the United States and Canada. 481p bib- 
liog il map plan diags '63 The assn. 



School business practice. See issues of Na- 
tion's schools 
See also 
Auditing 

Business managers 
Purchasing 
School finance 
Supplies 

Bibliography 
Selected references on school administration; 

finance and business administration (cont) 

comp. by D. H. Cooper and others. El Sch 

J 64:405-6 Ap '64 
BUSINESS and education 
Alternative: more non-economic motivations 

or indigent mediocrity. L. A. Appley. J Col 

Placement 24:108 D '63 
Automation, office occupations, and business 

education. M. C. O'Brien. Bsns Ed Forum 

18:26-7 O '63 
Business community and the public schools 

on the eve of the great depression. S. A. 

Rippa. Hist Ed Q 4:33-43 Mr '64 
Business speaks to the consumer through 

home economists via education and public 

relations. H. Hallbert. J Home Econ 55: 

420 Je '63 
Business students see business in action. V. 

Kuethe. Bal Sheet 45:7+ S '63 
Businessman speaks to the business educator. 

D. Dunnett. il Am Voc J 39:31 P '64 
California teaches the how and why of 

banking. K. Ray. il Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 

D '63 
Can industrial laboratories supply part-time 

college teachers? J. W. Nystrom. bibliog f 

Col & Univ 39:135-46 Wint '64 
How we set up a high school investment 

corporation. J. McCrimmon and C. C. Cal- 
houn. Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 My '64 
Industrial arts: the what, how and why of 

our future. D. E. Perry, il Ind Arts & Voc 

Ed 53:12-13 Ja '64 
Industry's needs and the vocational school. 

D. Cavanaugh. il Sch Shop 23:17-19-|- Mr 

•64 
Operation diploma; evening adult program, 

Pinellas County, Fla. P. W. Fitzgerald 

and W. F. Perry, il Voc Guid Q 12:104-6 

Wint "63/64 
Practical data processing through initiative 

and community cooperation. E. Miller. Bal 

Sheet 45:388-90 My '64 
Schools, industry, and new knowledge. R. L. 

Hunt, il Av Instr 9:162-5 Mr '64 
Summer science workshops for students. J. 

B. Lunger, il Va J Ed 56:21-f- My '63 
Today's search for tomorrow's leaders. R. 

W. Walters, jr. and D. W. Bray, il J Col 

Placement 24:22-3+ O '63 
Tools for freedom aids schools abroad. A. 

Wiener, il Overseas 3:3-7 Mr '64 
Way to the faculty's heart. N. Corson. J Col 

Placement 24:39+ D '63 
Who should train technical secretaries: in- 
dustry or educators? M. A. Kurtz. 11 

J Bsns Ed 39:230-2 Mr '64 
Work-study program cooperates with indus- 
try; Academic stenographer training di o- 

gram sponsored by DuPont company. S. R. 

Peters and J. W. Harrison, jr. Bal Sheet 

45:352-4 Ap '64 
See also 
Cooperative education 
Work experience 

Great Britain 

F.B.I, and headmasters; Federation of Brit- 
ish industries. Times Ed Sup 2511:18 Jl 5 
'63 

Industrial fund wound up; third year sixth 
criticized. Times Ed Sup 2546:583 Mr 6 '64 

Industry and schools. Times Ed Sup 2517:193 
Ag 16 '63 

Selecting the apprentice. R. A. Abel, bibliog 
Ed Res 6:110-20 F '64 
BUSINESS and professional women 

Prospect for advancement in business of the 
married woman college graduate. B. L. 
Beck. Nat Assn AVomen Deans & Counsel- 
ors J 27:114-19 Spr '64; Same cond. Nat 
Bsns Ed O 32:17-21 Mr '64 
BUSINESS arithmetic. See Arithmetic. Com- 
mercial 
BUSINESS as a profession 

Adult preparatory education for careers in 
distribution. E. L. Dorr and A. L. DeMond. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:16-18 Ap '64 

Career in the distributive occupations. W. 
G. Meyer and H. O. Toupin. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:12-14 Ja '64 



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75 



BUSINESS as a profession — Continued 
Desired outcomes resulting' from the study 

of career opportunities in business. B. B. 

Paulson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk l:29:?-307 '63 
Gone: the yankee peddler; here the sales 

engineer. W. L. Besselman. il J Col Place- 
ment 24:86-8+ F '64 
Guidance in business education. F. K. Bangs. 

Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:70-5 My '63 
Preparatory education for careers in dis- 
tribution. J. A. Beaumont. Bsns Ed Forum 

18:7-9 Ap '64 
Trends in business occupations in the 1960's. 

H. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 38:314-16 My '63 
BUSINESS classrooms. See Business education 

rooms 
BUSINESS clubs 
Dynamic approach to business education. I. 

W. Elenko. Clearing House 38:50-3 S '63 
See also 
Distributive education clubs of America 
BUSINESS contests 
Commercial contests, spring, 1964. Bal Sheet 

45:322-4 Mr '64 
How D.E. contests benefit businessmen. C. B. 

Arnold, il Bsns Ed World 44:20-1+ Ap '64 
Name it! rate It! your next contest. H. C. 

Jimerson. Bsn.s Ed Forum 18:19 N '63 
BUSINESS correspondence. See Commercial 

correspondence 
BUSINESS districts 
See also 
Shopping centers 
BUSINESS education 
Automation, office occupations, and business 

education. M. C. O'Brien. Bsns Ed Forum 

18:26-7 O '63 
Back of the book. See issues of Journal of 

business education 
Budgets in business education. R. M. Swan- 
son. Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:63-9 My '63 
Business teacher's problem clinic. See is- 
sues of Business education world through 

June 1963 
Dare we be professional? P. F. Muse. Bsns 

Ed Fonun 18:1-2 Ja '64 
Just between us. H. H. Green. See issues 

of Business education world 
Looking ahead in business education. E. C. 

Perry. J Bsns Ed 38:329-30 My '63 
National business education yearbook, 1963; 

New perspectives in education for business. 

National business education association. 

43Sp bibliog '63 The assn. 
Office education today. B. I. Blackstone. il 

Am Voc J 38:15 My '63 
Professional disagreement is wholesome! K. 

Everard. J Bsns Ed 39:6-7 O '63 
Public relations in business education. E. M. 

Lambertson. Bal Sheet 45:99 N '63 
Take a bow. Mr Business Educator. J. Gru- 

ber. Bal Sheet 45:291 Mr '64 
Teach and talk about business. A. Lebeda. 

Bsns Ed Forum 18:5 Mr '64 
United services; ed. by R. Woolschlager. See 

issues of Business education forum through 

May 1963 
See also 
Accounting 

Arithmetic. Commercial 
Bookkeeping 

Business education asociations 
Business English 
Business schools 
Clerical work 

CoTTimerrial correspondence 
Commercial law 
Distributive education 
Electronic data processing — Teaching 
Office practice 
Salesinanship 
Secretarial training 
Shorthand 
Typewriting 

Administration 
Responsibilities of the State department of 

education for the administration and 

supervision of business education. H. 

Huffman, bibliog f Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:12-19 

My '63 

Adult 
Adults appreciate attention. D. N. McKelvey. 

il J Bsns Ed 39:138-9 Ja '64 
Skill courses.^ M. P. Levenson. Adult Lead 

12:133-4 N '63 

Aims and objectives 
Businessman looks at business education in 
^^®,«^'^^, ^f^99J.s- J- H. Morrow. Bal Sheet 
45:105-0+ N 63 



Can business education meet the challenge 

of the vocational act? B. B. Kaufman. 

Bsns Ed Forum 18:28-9 Ap '64 
Desired outcomes in the development of 

vocational competence. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 

1:35-103 '63 
Desired outcomes in the refinement of funda- 
mental processes. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1: 

170-214 '63 
Desired outcomes of education and their re- 
lation to education for business. D. H. 

Crank and F. L. Crank. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 

1:5-11 '63 
Education for today, and tomorrow. V. F. 

Altieri. Bal Sheet 45:12-14+ S '63 
High school business curriculum. S. J. 

Wanous. bibliog f Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:43-57 

My '63 
Image and innovation. J. R. Taylor. Bal 

Sheet 45:10-11 S '63 
Let us not forget. P. F. Muse. Bal Sheet 45: 

3S7 My '64 
Objective: the dynamic force in teaching 

and learning. E. T. Van Derveer. J Bsns 

Ed 38:312-13 My '63 
Preparmg the lower one- third in general 

scholastic ability for business employment. 

E. S. Eyster. J Bsns Ed 39:180-1 F '64 
Pressures and common sense. R. P. Bell. Bal 

Sheet 45:147 D '63 
Reappraisal of business education. W. M 

Polishook. Clearing House 38:102 O '63 
What must the business school do to survive? 

A. Porter. Improving Col Univ Teach 12: 

36-9 Wint '64 

Bibliography 

Book shelf. See issues of Journal of busi- 
ness education 

Summaries of studie's and research in busi- 
ne.ss education, 1962. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32: 
3-56 O '63 

Correlation with other subjects 
Desired outcomes in the development of 

human relations knowledges, skills, and 

attitudes. I. Place. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1: 

215-27 '63 
Outcomes in the refinement of reading-study 

skills. L. Carlton and N. R. Kurth. Nat 

Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:198-214 '63 

Curriculum 

Are economic understandings developed 

through business courses? R. F. Warmke 

Bsns Ed Forum 18:7-9 Mr '64 
Business education and the dropout problem. 

P.. S. Lomax. J Bsns Ed 39:224-5 Mr '64 
Businessman looks at business education in 

the high schools. J. H. Morrow. Bal Sheet 

45:105-8+ N '63 
Challenges in data processing education. M. 

W. Wood. Bsns Ed Forum 18:9-11 F "64 
Desired outcomes in the development of other 

general education values in business 

courses, bibliog Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:308- 

48 '63 
Economic concepts can be taught in the gen- 
eral business course. L. L. Garrison. Bsns 

Ed Forum 18:10-11 Mr '64 
Education for today, and tomorrow. V. F. 

Altieri. Bal Sheet 45:12-14+ S '63 
High school business curriculum. S. J. 

Wanous. bibliog f Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:43- 

57 My '63 
Introduction to bu.=?ines.s a la carte. K 

Crawley. J Bsns Ed 39:113-14 D '63 
Meeting the need of the slow learner in 

business education. R. L. Clippinger. Am 

Voc J 38:26-7 N '63 
New curriculurr patterns in business eduea- 

VnV- i?-./?I^- Newhouse. Bsns Ed Forum IS: 

19+ F 64 

Outcomes in building a foundation for ad- 
vanced study in bookkeeping and account- 
ing. A. E. Carlson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1: 
228-39 63 

^^■S t^f bank; upgrading general business. 
?n n^S^P*t® ^^? "^- -A- Magnesen. J Bsns Ed 
39:277-9 Ap '64 

Research 
Busine.ss teacher education curriculum; a 
study of sub.iect-matter elements. National 
association for business teacher education. 
Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:3-72 D '63 

Enrollment 
Is business education on its way out? R. L. 
Vaughn. J Bsns Ed 39:130 D '63 

Equipment and supplies 
See also 
Typewriters 
Typewriters. Electric 



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BUSINESS education — Continued 
Federal aid 
Ajialysis of H.R. 4955, pai-t A, Vocational 

education act of 1963; special report on 

lesislation affecting: business education. 

Bsns Ed Forum 18:23-4+ D '63 
Are we educating for maturity? H. Guy. 

Bsns Ed Forum 18:5 Ja. '64 , ^. ^ . 

Federal role in distributive education J. A. 

Beaumont. Am Voc J 38:o6-7 p 63 
Implications of^the Vocational education act 

of 1963. E. Green. Bal Sheet 45:305-6 Mr 

'64 
Prospect of federal aid. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns 

Recommendations to the U.S. Office of educa- 
tion regarding the implementation of the 
provisions of Public law 88-210 as they 
relate to the vocational and technical educa- 
tion for business and office occupations. H. 
Li. Forkner and P. F. Muse. Bsns Ed torum 

Re^port to members of NBEA: federal legis- 
lation affecting business education. H. Guy. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:1-2 D '63 

Vocational business education under the 
\'ocalional education act of 1963. H. L.. 
ForUner. Bal Sheet 45:256-8 F '64 

Vocational education act of 1963 and biisiness 
education. H. L. Forkner. Bsns Ed Forum 
18:29 D '63 

Vocational education act of 1963 and sug- 
gested lines of action relating U> vocational 
education for business and office occupa- 
tions. Bsns Ed Forum 18:29-32 Ja '64 

Follow up 
Accounting, bookkeeping, recordkeeping: a 
three-track program. W. Carpenter and J. 
Lcsak. Bsns Ed Forum 18:21-f F '64 
Do students make use of their notehand? a 
follow-up survey. A. Dean. Bsns Ed World 
44:22-4+ S '63 

Motivation 

Bring variety to your general business class- 
room. D. Molder. il Bsns Ed World 44: 
16-17 Ap '64 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Business education on the air; script for 
radio program. W. Selden. Bsns Ed World 
43:22-3 Je '63 

Prognosis of success 
Guidance for business education. W. Selden. 
Voc Guid Q 12:107-12 Wint '63/64 

Programmed teaching 

Programed instruction applied to clerical 
records. G. Manning. Bsns Ed Forum 17: 
23+ My '63 

Projects 

Handling all levels of ability in the class- 
room. L. Del Turco. Bsns Ed World 44:20-2 
F '64 

Teaching the risk concept in general busi- 
ness. C. Eischen. Bal Sheet 45:203+ Ja '64 

'Twas the day before Christmas holidays. E. 
Cash. J Bsns Ed 39:65-6 N '63 

Research 

Let's take advantage of research sources. 

P. M. Moulton. il Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 

N '63 
Research in business education. R. I. Ander- 

.son. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:3-4 Mr '64 
Trouble with research. D. A. Peterson. Bal 

Sheet 45:243 F '64 
Wnat v/e think is our best research, H. A. 

Tonne. J Bsns Ed 39:184-6 F '64 

Bibliography 

Research for classroom teachers. I. D. Sat- 
low. See issues of Journal of business edu- 
cation 

Research in business education completed 
or under way in 1963. H. Guy. Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 32:39-57 Mr '64 

Summarie.s of studies and re.'=iearc}i in busi- 
ness education, 1962. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32: 
3-56 O '63 

Subject matter 

Clerical record keeping; an analytical ap- 
praisal. L. D. Mason. Bal Sheet 45:212-13 
Ja '64 

General business at the crossroads. L. J. 
Porter. Bsns Ed Forum 18:17-18 D '63 

Interest in investments year 'round. J. N. 
Kleindl. il J Bsns Ed 38:320 My '63 



Machine shorthand and our changing times. 

D. M.Woodard. Bal Sheet 45:347+ Ap '64 
Needed: human relations training. G. M. 

Bowden. Bsns Ed World 44:28-9 N '63 

Supervision 

Characteristics of a good city supervisor of 
business education. V. Dotson. Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 31:37-42 My '63 

Characteristics of a good state supervisor of 
business education. J. M. Chrismer. Nat 
Bsns Ed Q 31:20-7 My '63 

Directory of citv and county supervisors of 
business education, 1962-63. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
31:87-94 My '63 

Directory of state supervisors of business 
education, 1962-63. Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:82-6 
My '63 

Responsibilities of a big city supervisor. E. C. 
Perry. Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:28-36 My '63 

Responsibilities of the State department of 
education for the administration and super- 
vision of business education. H. Huffman, 
bibliog f Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:12-19 My '63 

Teacher education 

See Business teachers — Education 

Teaching aids and devices 

Audio visual teaching aids. C. Robinson. See 
issues of Journal of business education 
through May 1963 

Bring variety to your general business class- 
room. D. Molder. il Bsns Ed World 44: 
16-17 Ap '64 

Discovering and utilizing community re- 
sources. F. W. House, bibliog Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 31:58-62 My '63 

Filing by subject. E. M. Jevons. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:31-2 N '63 

Put some fun in the teaching of general busi- 
ness. M. Z. Greco. J Bsns Ed 39:21-2 O 
'63 

Teaching aids. J. F. White. See issues of 
Business education world 

Use the projector for motivating, teaching 
and grading. R. B. Ward, il Bsns Ed World 
44:12-]:!+ Mr '64 

Visual aids. See issues of Balance sheet 
See also 

Television in business education 

Teaching methods 

Anyone can teach general business. I. D. Sat- 
low. Bsns Ed World 44:19+ My '64 

Application of the case method to business 
education. T. V. Greer and J. K. Sta.Tord. 
J Bsns Ed 39:241-3 Mr '64 

Local community, a general business labora- 
tory. R. H. Meyer. Bal Sheet 45:156-8+ 
D '63 

Terminology 

What is business education? we don't agree! 
S. Butcher. Bal Sheet 45:150-1 D '63 

Theories and principles 

Concomitant learnings in business education. 
P. Liles. J Bsns Ed 39:54-6 N '63 

Units of work 

Automation: a must unit for general busi- 
ness. G. A. Myran. bibliog Bsns Ed World 
43:6-9+ Je '63 

Dre.';sing right: a resource unit for business 
education. Bsns Ed Forum 18:31 P '64 

Five days for business ethics. G. Bahr. Bsns 
Ed Forum 18:12-13+ Mr '64 

Value 

Business education made me a successful 
writer. F. Pasqualini. il Bsns Ed World 
44:26-7+ N '63 

Desired outcomes for the building of a found- 
ation for advanced study. Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrbk 1:228-92 '63 

Open letter to parents. D. V. Smith. Bal 
Sheet 45:275 F '64 

Our Susie looks back. G. C. Dupree. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:15-16+ Ja '64 

Catholic schools 
Business ethics in the high school. Sister 

Margaret, bibliog Cath Sch J 64:51-2 Ja '64 
Vote for V.O.T (vocational office training) 

Sister Catharine James, il Cath Sch J 64: 

90-2 Mr '64 

Colleges and universities 
Desired outcomes of education for business 
in four-year colleges and universities. A. 
C. Fries. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:395-426 '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



17 



BUSINESS education — Colleges and universities 
— Continued, „ 

Don't pity tiie liberal arts. B. J. Opulente 
and J. J. Clark, bibliog f Ed Rec 44:237- 
42 Jl '6.3 ^ ^, ^ 

Introduction to business a la carte. K. Craw- 
ley. J Bsns Ed 39:113-14 D '63 

High schools 

Acquaintance with business education. I. 
Ahlering. il J Bsns Ed 39:106-7 D '63 

Business and distributive education: issues, 
developments, principal's view. V. V. 
Payne; T. Woodward; C. Parry. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:7-18 N '63 

Comparison of the beliefs and practices of 
business teachers and administrators in 
Colorado and Wyoming with the publica- 
tion, This we believe about business educa- 
tion in the high school. V. O. Whiting 
and A. M. Tetka. Nat Bsns Ed Q .'"i2:5-10 
Mr '64 

Current thinking- about the future of busmess 
education. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 39:140-2 
Ja '64 

Desirable outcomes of education for business 
at all levels. D. H. Crank and F. L. Crank. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:12-31 '63 

New curriculum patterns in business educa- 
tion. H. L. Newhouse. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 
19-h F '64 

Public understanding of business education 
in selected Illinois communities. R. A. 
Warner. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:11-16 Mr '64 

See the bank; upgrading general business. 
E. Schutte and V. A. Magnesen. J Bsns 
Ed 39:277-9 Ap '64 

Why don't boys take business subjects? D. 
H. Sandham. Bsns Ed World 44:20-1 O '63; 
Reply with rejoinder. D. McKinney. 44:5+ 
F '64 

Junior colleges 

Desired outcomes of education for business 
in the junior college. R. J. Thompson; W. 
L. Winnett. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:371-92 '63 

Junior college and future office worker. C. 
Ostness. J Bsns Ed 39:57-8 N '63 

What a community college has to offer. G. 
A. Myran. Bsns Ed World 44:15+ My '64 

Junior high schools 

Business education in the junior high school. 
H. C. Gulbrandson. Bal Sheet 45:348-9+ 
Ap "64 

Vocational schools 

Programs in education for business in voca- 
tional, technical, and adult evening schools. 
R. J. Hosier. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:351-67 
•63 

Colorado 

Comparison of the beliefs and practices of 
business teacher-s and administrators in 
Colorado and Wyoming with the publica- 
tion. This we believe about business edu- 
cation in the high school. V. C. Whiting 
and A. M. Yetka. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:5-10 
Mr '64 

Great Britain 

Business and economic education at a city 
(junior) college in England. A. Jacobson. 
J Bsns Ed 38:333-5 My '63 

Business teacher education in Great Britain. 
A. Small. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:59-63 Mr '64 

Closer look at business education in England. 
H. H. Bell. Bal Sheet 45:303-4 Mr '64 

Iran 

Business education in Iran. M. A. Sherman. 
J Bsns Ed 39:86 N '63 

Japan 

Education for business; Japan's early start. 

G. C. Allen. Times Ed Sup 2503:1009 My 

10 '63 

Washington (state) 
Computers in the classroom. 11 Am Sch & 

Univ 36:33-5 O '63 

Wisconsin 

Programs in education for business in voca- 
tional, technical, and adult evening schools. 
R. J. Hosier. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:351-67 
'63 

Wyoming 

Comparison of the beliefs and practices of 
business teachers and administrators in 
Colorado and "Wyoming with the publica- 
tion. This we believe about business edu- 
cation in the high school V. C. Whiting 
and A. M. Yetka. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:5-10 Mr 
'64 



BUSINESS education and business. See Busi- 
ness and education 
BUSINESS education associations 

Convention calendar. Bsns Ed World 44:9 O 
'63; 2 F '64 

Convention calendar: fall and winter, 1963. 
Bal Sheet 45:74-6 O '63 

Con\ontion calendar, spring and summer, 
19G4. Bal Sheet 45:266-7 F '64 
See also 

California business education association 

Catholic business education association 

Eastern business education association 

Eastern business teachers association 

Mountain-Plains business education associa- 
tion 

National association for business teacher edu- 
cation 

National association for vocational business 
education 

National association of distributive education 
teachers 

North central business education association 

Southern business education association 

United business schools association 

Western business education association 
BUSINESS education day 

Aiipleton educators successfully promote EBI 
day. il Wis J Ed 96:42 S '63 
BUSINESS education rooms 

Arrangement of desks and wiring for elec- 
tric typewriters. R. P. Painter, il J Bsns 
Ed 39:244-5 Mr '64 

Audio equipnient: what price progress? J. C. 
E. Lord, diags Bsns Ed World 44:10-12 Ja 
'64 

Electronics classroom aids business educa- 
tion. M. Q. Gallagher, il Am Voc J 39:22-3 
Ja '64 

Planning for multiple outlets; shorthand lab- 
oratory. J. Banerdt. il J Bsns Ed 39:187-8 
F '0-1 

Planning for student-selected stenographic 
dictation. E. T. Van Derveer. diags Bsns 
Ed World 44:8-10 Ja '64 

Roimdup of dictation labs, il diags Bsns Ed 
World 44:13-22 Ja '64 
BUSINESS English 

Aims and objectives 

Outcomes in the refinement of oral and writ- 
ten communication skills. V. H. Carmichael. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:183-97 '63 

Curriculum 

Business English. R. Spence. il Tex Out! 
47:26-7 N '63 

Outcomes in the refinement of oral and writ- 
ten communication skills. V. H. Carmichael. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:183-97 '63 

Projects 

Christmas in the newspapers; a business 
English project to promote newspaper read- 
ing. M. S. Taugner. il Bsns Ed World 44:' 
22+ D '63 

Teaching 

WTiat do you mean, grammar? L. Foley. Bsns 
Ed World 44:26-7+ F '64 

High schools 
Business English. R. Spence. il Tex Outl 47: 
26-7 N '63 
BUSINESS ethics 
Business ethics in the high school. Sister 
Margaret, bibliog Cath Sch J 64:51-2 Ja '64 
Five days for business ethics. G Bahr. Bsns 
Ed Forum 18:12-13+ Mr '64 
BUSINESS executives. See Executives 
BUSINESS experience. See Work experience 
BUSINESS failures 
Senate looks at business failure; Senate 
committee on small business R. B. Long. 
Bal Sheet 45:252-3+ F '64 
BUSINESS information 
Essay testing of business information related 
to bookkeeping. R. J. Thompson. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:11-12 D '63 
BUSINESS law. See Commercial law 
BUSINESS letters. See Commercial corre- 
spondence 
BUSINESS literature 
American industry: past, present, future. L. 
H. Smalley. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:56+ 
Ap '64 

BUSINESS machines. See Office appliances 
BUSINESS management and organization 
Consequences of executive behavior. H. J. 
Leavitt. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 
167-76 Ap '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



BUSINESS management and organization — 

Defining the perceived functions of purchas- 
ing personnel. J. C. Denton and E. P. 
Prien. J Ap Psychol 47:332-8 O "63 

Enricliing high school bookkeeping by re- 
lating it to business management. M. H. 
Freeman and G. Kahn. Bsns Ed Forum 
18:16+ N '63 . . ^ . ,^ , 

Long-range plannmg in business. M L. 
Weidenbaum. J Bsns Ed 39:199-200 F '64 

Senate looks at business failure; Senate 
committee on small business. R. B. Long. 
Bal Sheet 45:252-3+ P '64 

Understanding and preparing for the new 
information technology career. L. E. Waltz. 
J Bsns Ed 38:326-8 My '63 
See also 

Corporations 

Decision making 

Curriculum 

Desired outcomes of education for business 
in four-year colleges and universities. A. 
C. Fries. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:395-426 '63 

Outcomes in developing vocational compe- 
tence in management positions. W. H. Wil- 
son. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:95-103 '63 

Graduate work 

Business courses for foreign students. J. Fay- 
erweather and A. E. Johnson, il Overseas 
3:23-4 O "63 

Management in business; courses for post- 
graduates. Times Ed Sup 2540:165 Ja 24 '64 

Prognosis of success 

Effectiveness of intellectual and non-intel- 
lectual factors in predicting achievement 
for business students. D. J. Watley. J Ed 
Res 57:402-7 Ap '64 

Teaching 

High schools 
Outcomes in building a foundation for ad- 
vanced study in business and industrial 
management. F. K. Bangs. Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrbk 1:263-73 '63 

Great Britain 
Grey flannel studies; Liverpool's plans. Times 
Ed SuD 2511:18 Jl 5 '63 



Teaching methods 

Small group case study. S. H. Schoen and 
R. L. Hilgert. Improving Col Univ Teach 
12:31-5 Wint '64 
BUSINESS management of schools. See Busi- 
ness administration of schools 
BUSINESS managers 
See also 
Business administration of schools 

Certification 
Role of institutions of higher education in 
Texas working towards a certification pro- 
gram for school business officials. M. S. 
Wallace. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 48:257-62 '62 

Education 
Role of institutions of higher education in 
California in professionalizing school busi- 
ness management through graduate pro- 
grams. D. L. Nelson. Assn Sch Bsns Offi- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 48:254-7 '62 

Education in service 
How schoolmen can teach on-the-job pur- 
chasing. M. A. Stoneman and F. H, Holm- 
grain, jr. Nations Sch 73:96-7 F '64 

Qualifications 
Can small districts afford a business man- 
ager? interview with A. Claffee and J Mac- 
Allister. Sch Mgt 8:70-3 F '64 
Outcoines in developing vocational compe- 
tence in management positions. W. H. Wil- 
son. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:95-103 '63 
BUSINESS men 
Peace corps training for businessmen; Dole 
pineapple company. J. N. Stalker. 11 Over- 
seas 3:23-5 Mr '64 
See also 
Negro business men 
BUSINESS mens clubs 
Key club as an adjunct to the guidance pro- 
gram; supported by local Kiwanis club. 
J. Stein. H Points 46:70-2 Mr '64 
BUSINESS planning. See Business management 
and organization 



BUSINESS practice. See Business management 

and organization 
BUSINESS school libraries. See Business 

schools — Libraries 
BUSINESS schools 

Desired outcomes of education for business 
in private business schools and colleges. 
P. M. Pair. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:429-38 '63 

Independent business school and community 
leadership. J. W. Miller. J Bsns Ed 39:147-8 
Ja '64 

On looking at private trade and correspond- 
ence schools. B. Sless. Personnel & Guid 
J 42:72-4 S '63 

What must the business school do to sur- 
vive? A. Porter. Improving Col Univ Teach 
12:36-9 Wint '64 
See also 

Auerswalds accounting and secretarial school 

Central city business institute 

Goldey Beacom school of business 

Massey business college 

Libraries 

Private business school library. C. Harbottle. 
Bal Sheet 45:109+ N '63 

Standards 
Decade of service; the Accrediting commis- 
sion for business schools. H. B. Post. Bal 
Sheet 45:214-15 Ja '64 

Great Britain 

Don't mix business. Times Ed Sup 2546:586 

Mr 6 '64 
Franks report; business training in Britain, 

Times Ed Sup 2532:808 N 29 '63 
BUSINESS students 
Business presentation night. E. Crawford. 

Sch Activities 34:267-9 My '63 
Business students see business in action. V. 

Kuethe. Bal Sheet 45:7+ S '63 
Entry jobs: availability for our high school 

graduates and nongraduates; Detroit study. 

F. S. Cook and E. Maliche. Bsns Ed Forum 
18:16+ D '63 

Let the employer be a teaching colleague. 
B. Hackett. Bal Sheet 4fi:298-9 Mr '64 

Let's teach and not exploit! J. L. Wood. 
Bal Sheet 45:117-18 N '63 

Meeting individual differences in general busi- 
ness. V. A. Musselman. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 
24-5 O '63 

Pride goeth before employment. M. J. 
Krawitz. il Bsns Ed World 44:17+ N '63 

Today, twenty five million office jobs; tomor- 
row, seven million more! W. L. Blackledge 
and B. H. Blackledge. il J Bsns Ed 39:96-7 
D '63 

Research 

Effectiveness of intellectual and non-Intel- 
lectual factors in predicting achievement 
for business students. D. J. Watley. J Ed 
Res 57:402-7 Ap '64 
BUSINESS teachers 

Anyone can teach general business. I. D. Sat- 
low. Bsns Ed World 44:19+ My '64 

Are your ethics showing? J. E. Gratz. Bal 
Sheet 45:432 My '64 

Career in teaching the business subjects. 
P. M. Herndon. Bsns Ed Forum 18:7-9 Ja 
•64 

Competencies needed bv a business teacher. 

G. A. Porter. Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:5-11 My 
'63 

Counseling and business education. W. Dur- 
ham. Bal Sheet 45:8-9 S '63 

Current thinking about the future of business 
education. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 39:140- 
2 Ja '64 

Dare we be professional? P. F. Muse. Bsns 
Ed Forum 18:1-2 Ja '64 

Do we teach students to organize? E. Hart. 
J Bsns Ed 38:350 My '63 

Looking to the fviture. B. S. Gulledge. Bal 
Sheet 45:51 O '63 

Peace corps needs business teachers. M. 
Charnow. il Bsns Ed World 43:11+ Je '63 

Self-inventory for the teacher of general busi- 
ness. M. M, Brady. Bsns Ed Forum 18:22-3 
F '64 

Today, twenty five million office jobs; tomor- 
row, seven million more! W. L. Blackledge 
and E. T. Blackledge. il J Bsns Ed 39:96-7 
D '63 

Utilize part-time faculty in education for 
business. R. E. Schmiedicke. Bal Sheet 45: 
398-400 My '64 
See also 

Distributive education teachers 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



79 



BUSINESS teachers — Continued 
Certification 

California business teacher education and the 
new credential law. L. W. Erickson. J Bsns 
Ed 39:13G-7 Ja '04 

California credential program statement. L. 
W. Erickson. J Bsns Ed 39:153-4 Ja '64 

Duties 

Guidance in business education. F. K. Bangs. 
Nat Bsns Ed Q 31:70-5 My '63 

Education 

Are you an effective methods teacher? D. 
Veranth. il J Bsns Ed 39:59-fi0 N '63 

Business teacher education in Great Britain. 
A. Small. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:59-63 Mr '64 

California business teacher education and the 
new credential law. L.. W. Erickson. J Bsns 
Ed 39:136-7 Ja '64 

Cause and cure of business teacher obsoles- 
cence. M. F. Robek. Bsns Ed Forum 18:16- 
18 F '64 

Challenge to business educators for teaching 
data processing. F. W. Lanham. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:74- F '64 

Methods for college and university profes- 
sors? S. Butcher. J Bsns Ed 39:239-40 Mr 
•64 

Practices and trends In student teaching In 
business teacher education. G. P. Culver. 
Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:22-7 Mr '64 

Preparation needed to teach about electronic 
data processing. E. J. Weber. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:14-15 F "64 

Some pointed advice to the student teacher. 
R. S. Dale. Bal Sheet 45:148-9+ D '63 

Television instruction in business mathema- 
tics. R. E. Fairbank. Nat Comm Teach Ed 
Prof Stand Official Report 1963:246-52 

Why the lag in economic education? R. G. 
Price and M. A. Clark. Minn J Ed 43:12- 
13 My '63 

Research 

Business teacher education curriculum; a 
study of subject-matter elements. National 
association for business teacher education. 
Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:3-72 D '63 

Education in service 

Data processing institute for teachers. A, R. 
Kindred, il Am Voc J 39:12-14 Ja '64 

Institutes in business electronic processing. 
Higher Ed 20:14 Mr '64 

Michigan workshop studies nonfarm agricul- 
tural business. R. M. Clark, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:108-10 N '63 

Summer school announcements. Bal Sheet 
45:366-9, 410-15 Ap-My '64 

Summer school directory: course offerings, 
conferences and workshops. Bsns Ed World 
44:27-32 Ap '64 

Supply and demand 
More teachers for business education. B. 
I. Blackstone. Sch Life 45:23 My '63 

Colleges and universities 
Methods for college and university profes- 
sors? S. Butcher. J Bsns Ed 39:239-40 Mr 
•64 
BUSINESS teachers associations. See Busi- 
ness education associations 
BUTLER, Pennsylvania 

High school 
Quality design for terminal enrollments. 11 
Ed Exec Overview 4:6 Ag '63 
BUTLER-Haigh Q sort. See Q-sort 
BUYING. See Purchasing 



CACER. See California advisory council on 

educational research 
CAPS. See Cooperating agencies for public 

schools 

CASC. See Council for the advancement of 

small colleges 
C.A.V. E. See Catholic audio-visual educators 

association 

C.B.A. See Catholic broadcasters association; 
Chemical bond approach project 



C. B.D.N. A. See College band directors na- 
tional association 

C.B.E.A. See Catholic business education as- 
sociation 

CCTV. See Television — Closed circuit 

CD. See Cultural deprivation 

C.E.C. See Council for exceptional children 

CHEAR. See Council on higher education in 
the American republics 

CIC Far Eastern language institute 

Cooperative program in Chinese and Japanese 
language teaching: the first CIC Far East- 
ern language institute, held at the Uni- 
versity of Michigan, June 24-August 17, 
1963. J K. Yamagiwa. Lang Learn 13 no 1: 
41-4 '63 

CITE. See Council for improvement of teach- 
er evaluation 

CLASS (computer-based laboratory for auto- 
mated school systems) See Teaching— Aids 
and devices 

C.L.R. See Council on library resources, in- 
corporated 

C.N.C.A. See Conference for national coopera- 
tion in aquatics 

CORE. See Congress of racial equality 

CREFAL. See Centro regional de educati6n 
fundamental para el desarrollo de la com- 
munidad en la America Latina 

CTA. See California teachers association 

CUPIVI. See Mathematical association of Amer- 
ica — Committee on the undergraduate pro- 
gram in mathematics 

C.W.S. See Church world service 

CABINET work 
See also 
Woodworking 

CABINETS (furniture) 

Band-saw cabinet. R. L. Grandle. 11 diags 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:38 O '63 
Compact key cabinet. A. F. Steiner. 11 diags 

Sch Shop 23:34-5 O '63 
Increasing your tool storage space. H. E. 
Ridenour. il diag Ag Ed Mag 36:237-8 Ap 
'64 
Mobile storage cabinet for circular-saw 
blades. J. A. Kassay. il diags Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 53:70-2 Mr '64 

CABOOL, Missouri 

Public schools 

Guidance project at the elementary level. L. 
H. Moore. Sch & Com 49:15+ My '63 
CADMIUIVI 

Non-cyanide detection of cadmium. R. L. 
Dutta and S. Dutta Choudhury. J Chem 
Ed 40:414 Ag '63 

Separation and identification of copper in 
the presence of cadmium. A. Abrao. J 
Chem Ed 40:413 Ag '63 
CAESAR, Caius Julius 

Caesar in cowardly couplets: a tetrametrical 
trot. C. Packard. Class J 59:249-50 Mr '64 
CAFETERIAS and lunch rooms 

Development of a generalized cafeteria sim- 
ulator. G. L. Ostenso. J Home Econ 55:776 
D '63 

Good questions for better food service. J. L. 
Borough, il Am Sch & Univ 36:24-6 D '63 

Planning food service centers, il plans Am 
Sch & Univ 36:42-4 O '63 

School lunch. See issues of Nation's schools 

Sound control in diflicult areas. R. L. Rich- 
ards and R. B. Krahl. il Am Sch Bd J 147: 
33-5+ N '63 

Administration 

Food clinic. R. Flambert. See Issues of 

School management 
Food service at windows speeds cafeteria 

operation, il Sch Mgt 8:68-9 F ^64 
How to improve next year's lunch program. 

M. D. Bryan. Nations Sch 71:70+ Je '63 
How to swing staff support for centralized 

food service. L. Whitman. Nations Sch 72: 

68 S '63 
Is your cafeteria operating in the red? M. R. 

Whittier and J. A. Perkins, jr. il Sch 

Mgt 7:68-9+ N '63 
Positive side of contract food service, il Am 

Sch & Univ 36:37-9 Ap '64 

Who should manage the cafeteria? M. E. 
Brennan. Nations Sch 73:92 Mr '64 
See also 
Lunch room managers 

Employees 
Trouble in the lunchroom? Safety Ed 43:2-4 
N '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CAFETERIAS and lunch rooms — ^Employees — 
Continued 

Training 
School lunch personnel training. J. M. 

Hemphill, il Calif Ed 1:23-4 Ja '64 
School meals personnel, Sweden. Int Bur Ed 

Bui 37 3d quarter:153 '63 
Training school food service personnel. R. 
White. Am Voc J 38:31 K '63 

Equipment and supplies 
Basis for planning cafeteria operations, il 

Am Sch & Univ 36:46 F '64 
School meals consortium. S. H. Whitaker. il 

Times Ed Sup 2502:921 My 3 '63 
Up to British standard. G. Ashworth. Times 

Ed Sup 2502:920 My 3 '63 
What to do before you buy school kitchen 

equipment. E. Gilbert. Nations Sch 73:62+ 

F '64 

Purchasing 

How schools should buy produce. Nations 
Sch 73:112 Ap '64 

Safety devices and measures 

Trouble in the lunchroom? Safety Ed 43:2-4 
N '63 
CAIRO, American university in. See American 

university in Cairo 
CAKE mixes. See Food mixes 
CALALLEN, Texas 

Annaviile school 
PE Koes elementary. D. Morgan. Tex Outl 48: 
22-3+ F '64 
CALCIUIVI 

Qualitative detection of Ba, Sr, and Ca 
ions. R. Pariza. J Chem Ed 40:417 Ag '63 
CALCULATING machines 
Data processing, from pebbles to pulsations. 
M. Hillestad. Bsns Ed Forum 18:12-13+ F 
'64 
See also 
Computers 

Reports and records — Mechanical aids 
CALCULUS 
Limit concept in the SMSG revised sample 
textbooks. D. W. Hight. Math Teach 57: 
194-9 Ap "64 
See also 
Functions 

Programmed teaching 
It's time to review calculus. L. M. Laper. 
Sch Sci & Math 64:202 Mr '64 

Teaching 
Case against calculus. C. B. Allendoerfer. 
Math Teach 56:482-5 N '63: Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:41-3 F '64 
CALDAS. Universidad, Colombia 
Colombia develops a new school. E. South- 

erland. il Prac Forecast 9:12+ Ja '64 
Home economics school for a Colombian uni- 
versity. E. Southerland. il J Home Econ 
55:444-6 Je '63 
CALDECOTT medal books 
Newbery-Caldecott awards, il Wilson Lib Bui 
38:617+ Ap '64 

CALDER, Alexander 

Calder. B. Chernow. il por Sch Arts 63:24-7 
D '63 

CALDWELL, Taylor, pseud. 

Obviously bad; Your sins and mine, by T. 
Caldwell. A. T. Rottenberg. Engl J 52:496- 
500 O '63 

CALDWELL, New Jersey 

Grover Cleveland Junior high school 
Flexible scheduling; Grover Cleveland junior 
high school. H. Judenfriend and R. A. Pol- 
lara. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:91-3 
My '63 

CALENDAR 

Mathematics of a combination sundial and 
shadow calendar. M. Wenninger, diags Sch 
Sci & Math 63:623-33 N '63 
See also 
Chronology 

CALENDARS 

[Calendar for month] See issues of Grade 

teacher 
Parturition calendar. H. H. Hillemann. il Am 
Biol Teach 25:632-3 D '63 
See also 
School calendars 



CALIFORNIA 

See also subhead California under the fol- 
lowing subjects 
Administration of schools 
Adult education 
Agricultural education 
Agriculture 
Arithmetic — Teaching 
Audio-visual education 
Booksellers and bookselling 
Children. Backward — Education 
Children, Gifted — Education 
Class size 

Colleges and universities 
Community and school 
Conferences and conventions. Educational 
Cooperation. Educational 
Curriculum 

Curriculum — Colleges and universities 
Curriculum development 
Education 

Educational laws and legislation 
Enrollment 
Geography — Teaching 
Handicapped — Education 
Health education 
Health service 
High schools 
Higher education 
Junior colleges 
Junior high schools 
Juvenile delinquency 
Labor supply 
Land utilization 
Languages, Modern — Teaching 
Lunches, School 
Mentally handicapped 

Mentally handicapped children — Education 
Nursery schools 
Nurses and nursing — Training 
Personnel service 
Prisons 
Public schools 

Public schools — Desegregation 
Research, Educational 
Salary schedules 
School buildings 
School children — Transportation 
School districts 
School finance 
Secondary education 
Spanish language — Teaching 
Special education 
State aid to education 
Student achievements 
Student teachers 
Student withdrawals 
Surveys 

Taxation for education 
Teacher education 
Teacher education in service 
Teacher turnover 
Teachers 

Teachers — Certification 
Teachers workshops 
Television in education 
Tenure 

Testing programs 
Vocational education 
"Vocational guidance 

Department of education 
Bureau of audio-visual and school 
library education 
Division of instruction: overview. Calif Ed 
1:22 S '63 

Bureau of health education, physical 
education, and recreation 
Division of instruction: overview. Calif Ed 
1:22+ S '63 

Bureau of junior college education 
Role of the bureau. Calif Ed 1:33+ S '63 

Bureau of National defense education 
act administration 

Division of instruction: overview. Calif Ed 
1:34 S '63 

Bureau of pupil personnel services 

Consultative aid: major function. Calif Ed 1: 
19 S '63 

Bureau of secondary education 

Balanced and thorough education is aim of 
bureau. F. B. Lindsay. Calif Ed 1:25-6 S '63 

Comr)ilssion on equal employment 
opportunity for teachers 



Problems of de facto segregation. 
Riles. Calif Ed 1:39 S '63 



W. C. 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



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CALIFORNIA — Department of education — Cont. 
Division of inst7-uction 
Division of instruction: overview. Calif Ed 
1:22+ S '63 

Division of special schools 
and services 
Educating? the handicapped, division's re- 
sponsibility. F. W. Doyle. 11 Calif Ed 1:31- 

2+ S '63 

Department of the youth authority 
Alternates to institutionalization; Com- 
munity treatment project. M. Q. Grant and 
M. Warren, bibliog Children 10:147-52 Jl 
•63 
CALIFORNIA achievement tests 
Discriminant analysis of achievement char- 
acteristics for multi-grade grouping of stu- 
dents. D. A. Leton and H. E. Anderson, jr. 
J Exp Ed 32:293-7 Spr '64 
Evaluation of the California achievement 
test, elementary, form W, reading vocab- 
vilary. C. Sheppard and W. J. Campbell, 
bibliog J Ed Res 56:481-3 My '63 
Factors of achievement as defined by the 
California achievement tests. D. A. Leton 
and others, bibliog J Exp Ed 32:65-71 Fall 
'63 
CALIFORNIA advisory council on educational 
research 
CACER'g conference: measuring educational 
potential and achievement. S. S. Pricert. 
Calif J Ed Res 14:194 N '63 
Meet your CACER. Calif J Ed Res 14:225 N 
'63 
CALIFORNIA audio-visual education associa- 
tion. See Audio-visual education associa- 
tion of California 
CALIFORNIA business education association 
California meeting; March 21-23. 1964. Bal 
Sheet 45:273 F '64 
CALIFORNIA. Chico state college 

Aymer Jay Hamilton laboratory school 
Retarded children teach; a day in a special 
education class. L. W. Campbell, il Calif Ed 
1:9-10+ Ja '64 
CALIFORNIA F-scale. See Authoritarianism — 

Tests and scales 
CALIFORNIA industrial arts exposition and 
award program 
Exhibits and awards in industrial arts. R. L. 
Woodward, il Am Voc J 39:26-7 Mr '64 
CALIFORNIA Joint study of student health 
problems and school performance 
California joint study of student health prob- 
lems and school performance. J Sch Health 
34:179-80 Ap '64 
CALIFORNIA museum of science and industry, 
Los Angeles 
Magic in numbers; exhibition at the Cali- 
fornia museum of science and industry, 
il Times Ed Sup 2527:575 O 25 '63 
CALIFORNIA physical performance test 
Restudy of relationships between physical 
performances of school children and age, 
height, and weight. A. S. Espenschade. bib- 
liog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
34:144-53 My '63 
CALIFORNIA psychological inventory 
Convergent and discriminant validity of the 
California psychological inventory. C. F. 
Dicken. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23:449-59 
Autumn '63 
Cross validation of an underachievement 
scale. M. Fink. Calif J Ed Res 14:147-52 
S '63 
Good impression, social desirability, and 
acquiescence as suppressor variables. C. 
Dicken. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23:699-720 
Wint '63 
"Value and personality differences between 
offenders and nonoffenders. R. R. Knapp. 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:59-62 F "64 
CALIFORNIA. San Diego state college 
Status images. D. F. Harder, il J Col Place- 
ment 24:58-9 O '63 

CALIFORNIA. San Francisco state college 

Exploring new paths in teacher education. 

F. T. Wilhelms. TIP 3:16-20 F '64 
Lecturing by television: Californian experi- 
ment. A. Rosenthal. Times Ed Sup 2536:939 

D 27 '63 
Professional education period as a time of 

self discovery and persona] development. 

F. T. Wilhelms. Am Assn Col Teach Ed 

Yrbk 16:190-8 '63 
CALIFORNIA. San Jose state college 

Cross-media teaching. J. E. Morlan. il Ed 

Screen Av G 42:318 Je '63 



Longitudinal research program for predicting 

executive success of college students. A. 

Porter, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:160- 

5 O '63 
Providing a new dimension for industrial arts. 

W. Wolansky. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:16- 

17+ F '64 
Use of television in teacher education. J. C. 

Woodward. J Teach Ed 15:56-60 Mr '64 
See also 
National workshop on educational media 

demonstrations 
CALIFORNIA state polytechnic college, San 

Luis Obispo 

Kellogg-Voorhis campus, 
Pomona-San Dimas 

Cal poly internship program mixes on-the-job 
training with studies, il J Col Placement 24: 
55 D '63 
CALIFORNIA teachers association 

Directory of CTA officers. CTA J 60:29+ Ja 
'64 

Neglected landmark: California's Jack Owens 
case. C. Tyner. Phi Delta Kappan 45:270-7 
Mr '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:12-16 My 
'64; Reply. J. M. Williamson. Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:339-41 Ap '64 
CALIFORNIA test of mental maturity 

Comparison of individual and group adminis- 
trations of the Full-range picture vocabu- 
lary test. D. Simkins and J. Burgin. bib- 
liog J Ed Res 57:189-92 D '63 
CALIFORNIA. University, Berkeley 

College qualification tests and differential 
guidance with university freshmen. B. A. 
Kirk and others, bibliog Personnel & Guid 
J 42:47-51 S '63 

Pointers to Robbins; Californian master plan. 
Times Ed Sup 2547:640 Mr 13 '64 

Students adapt to French university. Sch & 
Soc 92:150 Ap 4 '64 

University of California at Berkeley: faculty 
participation in the government of the uni- 
versity. L. W. Eley. AAUP Bui 50:5-13 Mr 
•64 

Los Angeles campus 

Cumulative doctoral examinations; experi- 
ence and practice at UCLA. G. R. Robert- 
son. J Chem Ed 41:212-15 Ap '64 

From Jerusalem to the West; acquisition of 
Hebrew and Judaic books. Wilson Lib Bui 
37:822 Je '63 

Study of abilities of women students enter- 
ing the colleges of Letters and science and 
Applied arts at the University of California. 
Los Angeles. F. Obst. J Ed Res 57:84-6 O 
'63 

U.C.L.A.'s laboratory in junior college ad- 
ministration. P. C. Kintzer. il Jun Col J 
34:26-7 D "63 

University elementary school 
Kindergarteners pace themselves in reading. 
E. Appleton. El Sch J 64:248-52 F '64 

Placement center 
Way to the faculty's heart. N. Corson. J Col 
Placement 24:39+ D '63 

Riverside campus 
Small placement ofHce makes a big move. 11 
J Col Placement 24:30-2 F '64 

Santa Barbara campua 

MA-3 at the University of California at 
Santa Barbara. R. W. Webb. Sup Stud 5: 

27-9 Ml- '63 

CALISTHENICS. See Gymnastics 

CALISTO y Melibea, Tragicomedia de. See 

Celestina (dramatic novel) 
CALLIGRAPHY. See Handwriting 
CALORIES, Food. See Food values 

CALORIMETERS and calorimetry 

See also 
Animal heat 
CALVERT, Robert, Jr 
Calvert-Menke article selected for MAPA's 
Hardwick award, il J Col Placement 24:130 
Ap '64 

CAIVIBACERes, Eugenio 

Eugenio Cambac6r6s: the vortex of contro- 
versy. P. P. Beck, bibliog Hispania 46:755- 
9 D '63 
CAMBODIA 

See also 
Education — Cambodia 
Science — Teaching — Cambodia 



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CAMBRIDGE conference on school mathemat- 
ics. See Conferences and conventions, Edu- 
tional — Massachusetts 
CAMBRIDGE. University, England 
Cambridge recruits to university teaching. 

M. Ahrams. Univ Q 17:260-70 Je '63 
Qualified deference; flexibility and laxity at 
Oxbridge. Times Ed Sup 2547:661 Mr 13 
•64 
CAMELS 
Camels in an American desert. C. Van Ness. 
Grade Teach 81:234- Ap '64 
CAMERA clubs. See Photography clubs 

CAMERAS 

iSee also 
Polaroid Land cameras 
CAMERAS. Used ^ ^ 

Guide to purchasing a used camera. G. K. 
Butts. Sch Activities 35:173-4 F '64 
CAMERON, William H. 
Obituary 

Safety Ed por 43:16 N '63 
CAMEROON 
See also 
Education — Cameroon 

CAM6ES. Luis de 
Uma fonte posslvel dos Lusiadas. C. M. 
Batchelor. bibliog Hispanla 46:544-50 S '63 

CAMP schools 

Great Britain 

Key to a better way of life; Whitehough 
camp school. K. Oldham. 11 Times Ed Sup 
2548:742 Mr 20 '64 
CAMPAIGN for education. See Education^ 

Great Britain 
CAMPAIGN speeches. See Speeches, addresses, 

etc. 
CAMPAIGNS, Money raising. See Money rais- 
ing campaigns 
CAMPBELL, George 

George Campbell and the classical tradition. 
D. McDermott. Q J Speech 49:403-9 D '63 
CAMPING 

Automobila camping. A. H. Dea Grey, il J 
Health Phys Ed Reo 34:48-51 My '63 

Holidays ahead; camping through Scandi- 
navia. K. Wylie. il map Times Ed Sup 
2523:381-3 S 27 '63 

Let's start a cadet campers club. R. A. 
Garra. Sch Activities 35:198-9 Mr '64 

20,000-acre classroom. J. White. 11 Instr 73:68- 
70 S '63 

Educational aspects 

Conservation fun. J. Davidson. Sch Activi- 
ties 35:228-9 Ap '64 

Language camps. G. K. Haukebo. 11 Minn J 
Ed 44:14-15 Ap '64 

Let's take them to camp. M. J. Berryessa. 
11 Childh Ed 40:421-4 Ap '64 

Nutrition of adolescents. P. S. Peckos and F. 
P. Heald. bibliog Children 11:27-30 Ja '64 

Patrols go camping; school safety patrol 
captains' training camp. L. Collins and 
M. Hawkins. 11 Safety Ed 43:16-18 Ja '64 

International aspects 
International invaders; canvas comrades. 
Times Ed Sup 2518:213 Ag 23 '63 

Value 
Camp for your child; with study-discussion 

program by D. Harris and E. Harris. B. G. 

Osborne. 11 PTA Mag 53:28-30, 35-6 My 

'64 
Let's take them to camp. M. J. Berryessa. 

11 Childh Ed 40:421-4 Ap '64 
CAMPING for the handicapped 
Social group work in day camping with insti- 
tutionalized delinquent retardates. R. M. 

Scheer and W. M. Sharpe. Train Sch Bui 

60:138-47 N '63 
CAMPS 
Camp for your child; with study-discussion 

program by D. Harris and E. Harris. E. G. 

Osborne. 11 PTA Mag 58:28-30. 35-6 My 

'64 
20,000-acre classroom. J. White. 11 Instr 

73:08-70 S '63 
See also 
Camp schools 
Camping 
Church camps 
Music camps 
Work camps 

Directories 
Summer camps for deaf children. Volta R 65: 

203-11 Ad '63 

France 
Co-operative holiday in Normandy; colonies 

de vacances. 11 Times Ed Sup 2521:291 S 13 

'63 



CAMUS, Albert 
Albert Camus: philosopher of moral concern. 
D. E. Denton. Ed Theory 14:99-102+ Ap 
'64 
CANADA 

See also .subhead Canada under the fol- 
lowing subjects 
Administration of schools 
Adult education 
Agricultural education 
Art education 
Audio-visual education 
Church and state 
College professors and instructors 
Curriculum 

Curriculum — High schools 
Education 

Education and social problems 
Educational planning 
Family life education 
Graduate work 
Health service 

Indians of North America — Education 
Mentally superior — Education 
Radio in education 
Research, Educational 
School age 

School building programs 
School finance 
Special education 
Teacher education 
Teachers — Supply and demand 
Teachers associations 
Television in education 
Theater arts — Teaching 
Vocational education 
Vocational schools 
CANADA and the United States 
Our unknown neighbor. J. R. Sahll. bibliog f 
Social Ed 27:373-6 N '63 
CANADIAN education association 
Canada; report on educational developments, 
Sept. 1962-June 1963. Can Ed Res Digest 
3:71-84, 92-106 Je '63 
CANADIAN Information test. See Information 

tests 
CANADIANS, French. See French Canadians 
CANAJOHARIE, New York 

Central school 
Independent study program. A. H. Pedley. 
N Y State Ed 51:18-19 My '64 
CANAL children 

Great Britain 
No more canal schools, il Times Ed Sup 2517: 
194 Ag 16 '63 
CANCER 

Causes 
Cigarette smoking and cancer; a new booklet 
by tho American cancer society. J Sch 
Health 33:266-8 Je '63 
CANDLESTICKS 
Job sheet for pattern making for the in- 
dustrial arts classes. N. A. McMillan, diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:54-5 Ap '64 
Turned candleholders. E. B. Mattson. 11 diag 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:43 S '63 
CANDY 
Are candy sales in schools justified? C. Mlll- 
ican. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:354- Ja '64 
Christmas confections. 11 Prac Forecast 9: 
16-174- D '63 
CANOES and canoeing 
Paddling their own canoes. B. Jagger il 
Times Ed Sup 2543:361 F 14 '64 
CAPACITY. Sea Ability 

CAPITALIZATION 

See also 
English language — Capitalization 
CAPS and gowns. See Academic costume 

CARBON 
Nucleophilic reactions at trigonally bonded 
carbon. R. V. Cash, bibliog J Chem Ed 41: 
108-11 F '64 

Isotopes 
Early history of carbon-14. M. D. Kamen. 
bibliog il J Chem Ed 40:234-42 My '63 
CARBON monoxide 
Asks for helD to stop parked-car deaths: pre- 
venting deaths from accidental carbon 
monoxide exposure. A. E. Heustls. Sch 
Activities 35:134 Ja '64 

CARBON tetrachloride 
Hazards of carbon tetrachloride. Ind Arts 
Teach 23:18-19 N '63 

CARBONATED beverages. See Beverages 

CARD deck program. See Programs. Auto-In- 
structional — ^Forms 



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83 



CARD stunts at football games. See Football 

— Pictorial rootins 
CARDIAC cases. See Handicapped 
CARDIAC diseases. See Heart — Diseases 
CARDIOVASCULAR tests. See Physical fitness 

tests 
CARDS, Catalog. See Cataloff cards 
CAREER conferences. See Vocational guidance 
CAREERS. See Occupations 
CARGO handlers. See Lonffshoremen 
CARICATURES and cartoons 
Cartoons. J. Burescli. See issues of Instnuc- 

tor 
Cartoons by Herblock. Am Assn Sch Adm 

Official Report 1963:46-64 
Dear professor. H. Rudoff. Mus J 22:82-4 

Mr '64 
Effective use of cartoons in the classroom. 
H. R. Smith and D. A. Leptich. bibliog 
Clearing- House 38:38-41 S '63 
On the lighter side of music. See Issues of 

School musician August 19G3- 
Welcome aboard! how to offset the gains 
from college recruiting. R. F. Guder. J Col 
Placement 24:99-100+ Ap '64 
What next? the cartoon! R. Martin. Arts 

& Activities 53:22-4 Je '63 
"When a map is not a map. M. B. Deaton. 
J Geog 62:424-5 D '63 
,See also 
Moving picture cartoons 
CARNEGIE corporation of New York 

Carnegie corporation library program. F. An- 
derson. Ed Digest 29:50-3 N '63 
New foundation grants to educational re- 
search. Chicago Sch J 45:188-9 Ja '64 
CARNEGIE foundation for the advancement of 
teaching, New York 
History of the Carnegie unit. E. Tompkins 
and W. Gaumnitz. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 48:5-25 Ja '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 
29:23-5 My '64 
Science education in the writings of the 
Carnegie foundation. R. G. Mitias. Sci 
Ed 48:218-22 Ap '64 
Twenty-six campuses and the federal govern- 
ment; report of a survey of the effect of 
federal funds on higher education, bibliog f 
Ed Rec 44:95-136 Ap "63 
CARNEGIE institute of technology, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania 
Curriculum development for able high school 
students at Carnegie institute of technology. 
E. Fenton. Sup Stud 6:10-12 N '63 
Fashion show for seniors at Carnegie tech. 
il J Col Placement 24:73 D '63 
CARNEGIE study of Catholic education. See 

Catholic schools — Research 
CARNEGIE unit. See Credits and credit sys- 
tems 
CAROLS, Christmas. See Christmas carols 
CARPENTER, Earl T. 
Dr Earl T. Carpenter named research editor, 
por Ag Ed Mag 36:239 Ap '64 
CARPETS. See Rugs and carpets 
CARPIO, Lope Felix de Vega. See Vega Carpio, 

L. F. de 
CARR, William B. 
Teacher's Influence: my most unforgettable 
character. E. Shawen. por Va J Ed 57:13 
N '63 
CARRELS 
Are study carrela practical in elementary 

schools? il Sch Mgt 7:55-7 Je '63 
Biology by yourself; individualized labs, diag 

Av Instr 8:584-5 O '63 
Carrousel for independent study. D. D. Rupel, 

diags Sci Teach 30:14-15 D '63 
History of the Q- space. 11 diag Av Instr 8: 

594-5 O '63 
Push-button carrels for the World's fair. 

il Am Sch & Univ 36:34-5 Ap '64 

Study carrels: independent study centers for 

students and teachers, il Cath Sch J 63: 

86-7 S "63 

CARROLL, Lewis, pseud. See Dodgson, C. L. 

CARRYING weights. See Lifting and carrying 

CARSON. Charles A. 

Salute to two friends. D. W. Price, por Ariz 
Teach 51:19+ My '63 
CARTER. James G. 
James G. Carter on Baconian Induction. J. J. 
Chambliss. bibliog Hist Ed Q 3:198-209 D 
•63 
CARTOGRAPHY 
See also 
Maps 
CARTOONS. See Caricatures and cartoons; 
Moving picture cartoons 



CARTRIDGE -loading projectors. See Moving 

picture projectors 
CARTS 
Electronic test carts. L. Heath, il diags Ind 

Arts & Voc Ed 52:45 S '63 
Portable chair cart is multiuse item, diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:40 S '63 
CARVING (wood) See Wood carving 
CASA GRANDE, Arizona 

South school 
American classroom: magnificent Southwest. 
T. Taylor, il Grade Teach 81:44-8 S '63 
CASALS, Pablo 
Life: a fantasy with music. P. Casals, por 
Mus J 21:32-3+ S '63 
CASE method 
Application of the case method to business 
education. T. V. Greer and J. E. Stafford. 
J Bsns Ed 39:241-3 Mr '64 
Case studies revive student interest. D. J. R. 

Holman. Tex Outl 47:22-3 D '63 
Small group case study. S. H. Schoen and 
R. L. Hilgert. Improving Col Univ Teach 
12:31-5 Wint '64 
Teaching the Bill of rights to high school 
students; case study approach gives sub- 
stance to ideals. M. G. Guysenir. il Chicago 
Sch J 45:161-7 Ja '64 
Use of cases and television in teaching social 
foundations. H. S. Broudy. Nat Comm 
Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963: 
341-6 

Using the case method in teacher education. 
E. Hunter. Teach Col J 35:194-8 Mr '64 
CASE studies 

See (ilso subhead Case studies under the 
following sub.iects 
Aged 
Aphasia 
Child welfare 
Children. Gifted 
Mentally handicapped 
Mentally handicapped children 
Problem children 
Psvrhntherapy 
Schizophrenia 
CASE work. Social. See Social case work 
CASTAGNA, Edwin 

New ALA officer. J. D. Henderson, por ALA 
Bui 57:6-30+ Jl '63 
CASTELLANOS, Rosario 

Changing view of the Indian in Mexican 
literature; comparison of two contemporary 
novels. J. Sommers. Hispania 47:47-55 Mr 
'64 
CASTILIAN Spanish. See Spanish language 
CASTING. See Foundry practice 
CASTING, Centrifugal. See Metal work 
CASTING, Plastics. See Plastics— Molding 
CASTING, Precision. See Lost wax process 
CASTRO, Fidel 
Changes in Cuban education since Castro. 
J. S. Roucek. bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 
45:193-7 Ja '64 
CASUALTY insurance. See Insurance. Casualty 
CATALOG cards 

Cards-with-book.'i program. J. H. Treyz. 

ALA Bui 57:433-4 My "63 
Catalog card innovation; Wilson catalog 
cards: typical comments. Wilson Lib Bui 
38:798 My '64 
CATALOGING 
Cata!ogin.g by the bootstrap method; Delphi, 
Ind, public library. E. C. Biddle. ALA Bui 
58:49-52 Ja '64; Discussion. 58:255, 261 Ap 
•64 
See also 
Audio-visual aids — Cataloging 
CATALOGING, Cooperative 
Sharing the cataloging load; planning com- 
mittee of ARL with LC. Wilson Lib Bui 
38:525+ Mr '64 
CATALOGS 

Colleges and universities 

College catalogue: some preliminary research. 
C. F. Elton and L. Donohew. Col & Univ 
39:36-43 Fall '63 

Mental health and the college bulletin. N. 
Kiell. biblioa improving Col Univ Teach 
ll:92-(; Spp '63 
CATALOGS, Library 

Book catalog. G. K. Schenk. Wilson Lib 
Bui 37:884 Je '63 
CATALYSIS 

Homogeneous catalysis. J. A. Leisten. bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 41:23-7 Ja '64 



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CATALYSIS — Contimted 
Textbook errors; catalytic inhibition by ad- 
sorbed hydroffen. S. R. Logan, biblios J 
Chem Ed 40:473-4 S '63 .^ . ^ ^^^ 

Two catalysis reactions: oxidation of NHa 
and decomposition of Na^Oi. P. Kauffman. 
dias J Chem Ed 40:A593 As '63 

CATALYSTS 

Three-dimensional effects in biochemistry. 

L. L. Intrraham. biblioff diaes J Chem Ed 

41:66-9 F '64 
See also 
Enzymes 

CATECHETICS , , „ ^ , „ ,. 

Catechesis of the church. B. Cooke. Relig 

Ed 59:149-61 Mr '64 ^ „ ^, ^ ,. 

Catechetical crossroads. G. S. Sloyan. Eelig 

Ed 59:145-9 Mr '64 , ^ ^. -c *u 

Overview of modern catechetics. Brother 

Clement David, bibliog f Cath Ed R 61: 

382-7 S *63 
Teachers for the world. L-. M. Grande, bib- 
liog- f Cath Ed R 61:519-31 N '63 
Teaching religion through the liturgy. Sister 

Maria. Cath Sch J 63:46-9 D '63 
What's wrong with religion teaching in the 

USA? A. N. Fuerst. bibliog f Cath Ed R 

61:361-81 S '63 
CATECHISMS 
S<^e also 
Catechetics 

CATEGORIES , ^ , ., 

Comparison of the performance of normal sEina 
subnormal boys on structured categoriza- 
tion tasks. W. E. Stephens. Excep Child 30: 
311-15 Mr '64 . , . 

Dimensions of analytic attitude in cognition 
and personality. S. Messick and F. J. 
Fritzky. bibliog diags J Personal 31:346-70 
S '63 . . . , . . 

Individual consistencies in categorizing: a 
study of iudgmental behavior. H. Tajfel 
and others, bibliog J Personal 32:90-108 
Mr '64 
CATHODE ray oscillographs. See Oscillographs. 

Cathode ray 
CATHODE rays , . ^^ ^ 

Using history in teaching science. M. Berger. 
il Sci Teach 30:24-6 N '63 
CATHOLIC action , ^ „. ^ 

Educated women as parish leaders. Sister 
Mary Ralph. Cath Sch J 63:34 D '63 
CATHOLIC audio-visual educatora association 
Audiovisual:) at tha NCEA convention: in- 
cluding ?. report on the Catholic audio- 
visual educators' meetings. E. C. Clark. 
Cath Sch J 63:24-6 Je '63 
CATHOLIC book week 

Projects 
We go a-booking to observe Catholic book 
week. Sister Mary Ruth. Cath Sch J 64:57 
F '64 
CATHOLIC broadcasters association 

15th national convention, Philadelphia, June 
18-20, 1963. E. C. Clark. Cath Sch J 63: 
68+ S '63 
CATHOLIC business education association 
CBEA convention highlights; ISth annual na- 
tional convention. G. Vincent. Cath Sch J 
63:26-8 Je '63 
CBEA officers. 1963-64; portraits. Cath 

Sch J 63:58 S '63 
Nineteenth annual convention, Atlantic City, 
March 31-April 1, 1964; program. Bal Sheet 
45:269 F '64 
CATHOLIC church 
.See also 
Catholic action 
Jesus Christ — Mystical body 

Pilgrims and pilgrimages 

Sacraments 

Clergy 

Answer is not In the stars; some thoughts 
on the vocation crisis. E. C. Kennedy. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:509-12 Ag '63 

Lavman views seminary education W. H. 
Conley. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:65-9 Ag 
•63 

Negro priest in white parishes. J. Brooks. 
Relig Ed 59:73-6 Ja '64 

Progress and prospects in seminary adminis- 
tration. E. I. Van Antwerp. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:69-74 Ag '63 

Tips on vocation talks. T. J. Culhane. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:514-18 Ag '63 

Doctrine 
Catechesis of the church. B. Cooke. Relig 

Ed 59:149-61 Mr '64 
Catechetical crossroads. G. S. Sloyan. Relig 

Ed 59:145-9 Mr '64 



Church and freedom. H. KUng. Cath Sch J 

63:16-1- Je '63 
Progress and prospects In moral theology. 

A. J. Thomas, bibliog f Nat Cath Ed Assn 

Bui 60:51-9 Ag '63 

Education 
Apostolate of the classroom. E. Kevane. Cath 

Ed R 62:1-18 Ja '64 
Catholic education and national needs. W. 

H. Conley. Cath Sch J 64:4 Mr '64 
Catholic education: progress and prospects, 

F. G. Hochwalt. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60: 
23-32 Ag '63 

Dogmatic theology: progress and prospects. 

G. W. Shea, bibliog Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:43-50 Ag '63 

Impact of the Roman Catholic denomina- 
tional school. P. H. Rossi and A. M. Gree- 
ley. Sch R 72:34-51 Spr '64; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 29:8-11 My '64 

Improving relisrion program in Catholic high 
school. E. Kevane. bibliog f Cath Ed R 
61:217-37 Ap '63 

Innovation and renewal. W. H. Conley. Catb 
Sch J 64:4 Ap '64 

Sermon: solemn pontifical mass. J. P. Cody. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:20-2 Ag '63 

Teachers for the world. L. M. Grande, bib- 
liog f Cath Ed R 61:619-31 N '63 

What's wrong with religion teaching In the 
U.S.A? A. N. Fuerst. bibliog f Cath Ed 
R 61:361-81 S '63 
See also 

Catholic colleges 

Catholic schools 

National Catholic educational association 

Religious education. Catholic 

Hymns 
Progress in American Catholic hymnody. J. 
V. Higginson. Mus J 21:8+ D '63 

Liturgy and ritual 

Medieval sequence; for Stephen's day by 
Adam of St Victor. J. J. Welch, bibliog f 
Class J 59:76-8 N '63 

Teaching religion throtigh the liturgy. Sister 
Maria. Cath Sch J 63:46-9 D '63 
See also 

Catholic church — Hymns 
CATHOLIC church and communism 

Study about communism in a Catholic 
school? why? how? National Catholic edu- 
cational a.'^sociation. Department of school 
superintendents. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
59:1-12 MV '63 
CATHOLIC church and race problems. See 

Church and race problems 
CATHOLIC colleges 

Cooperation in the use of educational re- 
sources. Sister Rose Dominic. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Bui 60:18-31 F '64 

Highlights in the progress of Catholic higher 
education. E. J. Power. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:127-37 Ag '63 

Implications for the future of Catholic higher 
education. C. P. Donovan. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:137-45 Ag '63 

Public service of Catholic colleges and uni- 
versities. S. V. Martorana. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:162-70 Ag '63 

Role of the Catholic college In the field of 
adult education. L. V. Rvan. bibliog f Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:171-8 Ag '63 

Whither Catholic higher education? B. J. 
Kohlbrenner. Cath Ed R 61:593-600 D '63 
iSea also 

Boston college 

Catholic university of America 

Dallas. University 

Fontbonne college 

Loretto Heights college 

Marylhurst college 

Mercy college 

Mount Mary college 

Notro Dame. University 

St Elizabeth. College 

St IjQui.T viniversity 

St Marys college 

St Michaels college 

St Teresa. College 

Webster college 

Aims and objectives 
See Higher education — Aims and objec- 
tives 

Finance 
How can Catholic institutions secure more 
foundation-research support? M. J. Gren- 
nan. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:216-18 Ag '63 

Graduate work 
See Graduate work 



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85 



I 



CATHOLIC colleges — Continued 
Research 
See Research — Catholic colleges 

Summer schools 
See Summer schools — Catholic schools and 
colleges 

Japan 
See also 

Sophia university 
CATHOLIC educational association. Sea Na- 
tional Catholic educational association 
CATHOLIC institutions 

Employees 

BenefltinpT religious personnel through per- 
sonnel management. W. I. Christopher. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:232-44 Ag '63 
CATHOLIC laymen. See Laity 
CATHOLIC literature 

Catholic resources for braille textbooks. A. R. 
McGratty. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:475-9 
Ag -63 
CATHOLIC schools 

Agenda for Catholic education. W. H. Con- 
ley. Cath Sch J 63:4 S '63 

Apostolate of the classroom. E. Kevane. 
Cath Ed R 62:1-18 Ja "64 

Catholic high school: its significance and 
function. L. J. Shehan. 11 Cath Sch J 64: 
46-8 Ja "64 

Catholic school dilemma. Sister Mary Xavier. 
Cath Sch J 64:36-7 Mr '64 

Fields of cooperation between Catholic and 
public schools. R. L. Baker. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:291-3 Ag '63 

For us the living. J. J. Sweeney. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Bui 60:368-71 Ag '63 

Ignorance, irrelevance, and isolation: some 
ultimate questions facing Christian educa- 
tion. "W. B. Ball. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:286-91 Ag '63 

Impact of the Roman Catholic denomina- 
tional school. P. H. Rossi and A. M. Gree- 
ley. Sch R 72:34-51 Spr '64; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 29:8-11 My '64 

Report of proceedings and addresses, six- 
tieth annual convention, St Louis, April 
16-19, 1963: Catholic education: progress 
and prospects. National Catholic educational 
association, bibliog Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:1-560 Ag '63 

Troubles? obsolescence? W. H. Conley. Cath 
Sch J 63:6 D "63 

What do parochial schools accomplish? S. M. 
Elam. Phi Delta Kappan 45:121-2 D '63 

What do parochial schools accomplish? D. E. 
Hinmon. Cath Sch J 64:35-6 Mr '64 
See also 

Attendance — Catholic schools 

Teachers — Catholic schools 

Administration 

Administration and financing of Catholic 
schools. W. E. McManus. Phi Delta Kap- 
pan 45:132-5 D '63 

Benefiting religious personnel through per- 
sonnel management. W. I. Christopher. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:232-44 Ag '63 

Forward march: which way? J. B. McDowell; 
J. C. Donohue. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60: 
371-82 Ag '63 

Here is my problem: the elementary school 
principal speaks out. Sister Mary Jerome. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:382-8 Ag '63 

Lay school board for a grade school. S. 
Smiley. Cath Sch J 63:63-4 N '63 

Organization structure and charts. Sister 
Mary Daniel. Cath Sch J 64:80-3 Ja '64 

Role of a coordinator. Sister Elizabeth Ann. 
il Cath Sch J 63:65-6 N '63 

Role of the Catholic layman in informing 
the public about Catholic education. J. F. 
Donnelly. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:244- 
50 Ag '63 

Use of authority, subsidiarity and obedi- 
ence in Catholic school administration. W. 
F. Hogan. Cath Ed R 61:601-7 D '63 

Curriculum 

Improving religion program in Catholic high 
.school. E. Kevane. bibliog f Cath Ed R 
61:217-37 Ad '63 

Prepare now for work and leisure. G. Forton. 
Cath Sch J 63:33-5 Je '63 

Religion in the preparatory seminary curric- 
ulum. A. H. Dorn. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:91-9 As '63 



Federal aid 

Myths confuse issue of federal aid. L. R. 
Downey. Cath Sch J 65:23-4 Ap '64 

Religious schools and secular subjects. G. R. 
La Noue; discussion, bibliog f Harvard 
Ed R 33:336-59, 522-7 Sum-Pall '63 

Separation of church and state in the state 
of Michigan. M. Garbarini. il Mich Ed J 
41:6-15 D '63 

Finance 

Administration and financing of Catholic 
schools. "VV. E. McManus. Phi Delta Kap- 
pan 45:132-5 D '63 

Approach toward determining cost of current 
expenditures in Catholic high schools. X. 
J. Harris, bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:462-9 O 
•63 

Equalization and central financing. L. V. 
Ryan, bibliog f Cath Sch J 64:77-80 Ja '64 

Introducing an accounting manual for Cath- 
olic schools. L. V. Ryan, bibliog t Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 59:13-18 My '63 

Manual for uniform financial accounting. L. 
V. Ryan. Cath Sch J 63:28-9 Je '63 

School financing: tremors and trends. L. V. 
Ryan. Cath Sch J 63:73-4 S '63 

Support for Catholic schools. W. H. Conley. 
Cath Sch J 64:6 Ja "64 
See also 

Catholic schools — Federal aid 

History 
Apostolate of the classroom. E. Kevane. 
Cath Ed R 62:1-18 Ja '64 

Research 

Report on the Carnegie study of Catholic 
education. R. A. Neuwien. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:280-5 Ag '63 

Statistics 
Lay teachers: how many in the elementary 
schools? W. D. Pflaum. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:17-23 N '63 

Supervision 

Cooperation in supervision. Sister Mary 
Hilarion. Cath Sch J 63:26-8 D '63 

Supervisor remarks. See issues of Catholic 
school journal February 1964- 

Teaching 
Teachers for the world. L. M. Grande, bib- 
liog f Cath Ed R 61:519-31 N '63 

Textbooks 

Image of the Jews in Roman Catholic Amer- 
ican history textbooks. L. J. Alilunas. bib- 
liog f Relig Ed 58:272-5 My '63 

Australia 

Closing of Catholic schools In Australia. A. 
Foster, bibliog f Sch & Soc 91:375-7 N 30 
'63 

Great Britain 

Honeycomb school; St Patrick's Roman 
Catholic primary school at Wilford, Not- 
tingham, il plan Times Ed Sup 2524:440 
O 4 '63 

Roman Catholic grammar schools; county 
survey results. Brother Augustine. Times 
Ed Sup 2545:504 F 28 '64 

Missouri 
Action in Missouri. W. H. Conley. Cath Sch J 
63:4 Je '63 

New York (state) 
Program of information on Catholic educa- 
tion. J. F. X. McCarthy. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:256-9 Ag '63 

Quebec (province) 

Counting the cost of Canada's denomina- 
tional school systems. J. E. Cheal. Sch R 
72:100-15 Spr '64 

Secular trends in French Canadian education. 
R. P. Magnuson. bibliog Comp Ed R 7:43- 
6 Je '63 
CATHOLIC students 

Comparison of achievement scores of public- 
school and Catholic-school pupils. R. H. 
Bauemfeind and ^V. S. Blumenfeld. Ed & 
Psychol M 23:331-6 Sum '63 

Critique on Catholic higher education. T. 
Campanelle. bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:313- 
21 My '63 

Developing the virtue of genuine love in the 
minor seminarian. D. C. Raible. bibliog 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:102-9 Ag '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CATHOLIC students — Continued 

Educational effect of King of kings. H. A. 
Buetow. biblioff i Cath Ed R 61:255-70 

Thinking abilities of ninth-grade students 
from Catholic and public elementary 
schools. M. W. Tate and J. S. Straub. 
Sch R 72:74-88 Spr '64 
CATHOLIC university of America. Washing- 
ton, D.C. 
Catholic university research abstracts. See 
issues of Catholic educational review 
CATHOLICS, Negro. See Negroes In the United 

States — Religion 
CATHOLICS in the United States 

Catholic lavman's role in public education. 
D. L. Schlafly. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:251-6 Ag '63 
Correlates of parochial school attendance. 
A. M. Greeley and P. H. Rossi. Sch R 
72:52-73 Spr '64 
Social studies in a pluralist society. T. Neil. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:332-6 As '63 
CATION exchange. See Ion exchange 
CATIONS 
Metal oxocations. J. Selbin. bibliog J Chem 
Ed 41:86-92 F '64 
CATSKILL. New York 

Public schools 
How to get qualified substitute teachers. A. 
J. Rinaldi. Sch Mgt 7:77-8+ S '63 
CATSKILL area project In small school design. 
See Rural education — New York (state) 

CATTLE, Beef 
Foundation beef bull program for Alabama; 
Sears-Roebuck foundation. H. N. Lewis. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:139-40 Ja '64 
CATTLE breeding 
Foundation beef bull program for Alabama; 
Sears-Roebuck foundation. H. N. Lewis. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:139-40 Ja '64 
CATULLUS, Caius Valerius 

Catullus 5 again. R. E. Grimm, bibliog Class J 
59:15-22 O '63 
CAUDILL, Rebecca 

Rebecca Caudill. P. C. Burns and R. Hines. 
il por El Engl 40:703-6 N '63 
CAUSATION 
Azorln and Taine's determinism. J. H. Ab- 
bott. Hispania 46:476-9 S '63 
CAUSES of death. See Death — Causes 
CAVE drawings and paintings 

Cave for a child; Des Moines art center's 
junior art museum. D. Parker, il Sch 
Arts 63:14-18 My '64 
CAVES 

Towards safety in potholes; cave rescue 
organizations. D. Robinson, il Times Ed 
Sup 2547:648 Mr 13 '64 
CEDAR Crest college, Allentown, Pennsylvania 
Changing work pattern of college women. 
M. E. Kriebel. J Col Placement 24:28-9+ 
Ap '64 
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa 

Public schools 
Freed time for in-service education. H. C. 

Reid. NEA J 52:54 N '63 
Resource room for hard of hearing children 
in the public schools. R. L. Paul. Volta R 
65:200-2 All '63 
CELEBRITIES 
Latin Americans you'll want to know more 
about, il Instr 73:79 Ap '64 
La CELESTINA (dramatic novel) 

Pleberio. J. A. Flightner. Hispania 47:79-81 
Mr '64 
CELLO 

See also 
Violoncello 
CELLOPHANE 
Try staining panes with cellophane. J. Gou- 
lart. il Arts & Activities 54:38-9 N '63 
CELLS 
Active transport of sodium ions across frog 
skin; a demonstration experiment. P. R. 
Quinney and H. A. Swartz. diag J Chem 
Ed 41:159-60 Mr '64 
Science and curious children; Ritenour 
school district in St Louis County. V. G. 
Smith, il Sch & Com 50:18+ Mr '64 
Science, grade 7; the materials of life. New 
York (city) Board of education. Division 
of curriculum development, bibliog diags 
N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui 1962-63 no9c:41p 
See also 
Mitochondria 
Plant cells and tissues 
Tissues — Culture 



CELLULOSE 

Fundamental physical approach to wood and 
cellulose science. A. J. Stamm. J Chem Ed 
41:198-9 Ap '64 

Teaching the chemistry of cellulose and 
hemicellulose. E. B. Dickey. J Chem Ed 
41:196-7 Ap '64 
CELSIUS. See Temperature — Terminology 
CENSORSHIP 

Best/ worst television can do; Book for burn- 
ing, on The defenders. ALA Bui 57:377-8 
My '63; Reply with rejoinder. L. T. Dinnan. 
57:472. 477 Je '63 

Censorship and the values of fiction. W. C. 
Booth. Engl J 53:155-64 Mr '64 

Censorship pressures on Wisconsin public 
schools. L. Burress, jr. Ed Digest 29:17-20 
Ja '64 

Freedom to teach and to learn. E. Gordon, 
il PTA Mag 58:4-7 O '63 

From practices to assumptions. Brother 
Clement David, bibliog f Cath Ed R 61: 
328-34 My '63 

Textbooks and censorship groups. J. Nelson. 
Ed Digest 29:12-14 O '63 

Who should read what? J. N. Smelser. Ariz 
Teach 51:14+ My '63 
CENSORSHIP of textbooks. See Textbooks — 

Criticism 
CENTENARIES. See Historic celebrations 
CENTER for documentation and communica- 
tion research. See Western Reserve uni- 
versity — Center for documentation and com- 
munication research 
CENTIGRADE. See Temperature — Terminology 
CENTRAL association of science and mathe- 
matics teachers 

Meetings, 1963 
Science and mathematics: partners in prog- 
ress. J. J. Urbancek. Sch Sci & Math 63: 
617-18 N '63 
CENTRAL city business institute. Syracuse, 
New York 
Roundup of dictation labs, il Bsns Ed World 
44:20 Ja '64 
CENTRAL college. Pella, Iowa 
Senior teaching fellows. J. R. Wilson. Col 
Engl 25:48 O '63 
CENTRALIZED schools. See Consolidated 

schools 
CENTRE for educational television overseas, 
London 
Realistic advice for etv users; CBTO bulletin. 
Times Ed Sup 2517:194 Ag 16 '63 
CENTRO regional de educacion fundamental 
para el desarrollo de la communidad en la 
America Latina 
CREFAL: training centre for community de- 
velopment for Latin America. L. H. 
Hughes, bibliog Int R Ed 9 no2:226-35 
•63/64 
CENTURY 21 exposition. See Seattle. Washing- 
ton — Century 21 exposition, 1962 
CERAMIC sculpture 
Road to success is paved with clay. R. 

Sherin. 11 Arts & Activities 55:6-8 Mr '64 
Senior high students make mosaics from 
scratch. D. L. Forgue. il Arts & Activities 
55:9-11 Mr '64 
Texture says: please touch! G. P. Brommer. 
il Arts & Activities 53:16-18 Je "63 
CERAMICS. See Pottery 

CEREBRAL localization. See Brain — Localiza- 
tion of functions 
CEREBRAL paralysis. See Paralysis 
CERRITOS college. Norwalk, California 

How we organized our MDTA secretarial 
training program. K. H. McDannel; P. 
Denny, il Bsns Ed World 44:14-16 D '63 
CERTAINTY 
Choice for the future. H. G. Morgan, biblioi? 

Childh Ed 40:226-9 Ja '64 
Education for uncertainty. A. Brenner. Childh 

Ed 40:224-5 Ja '64 
Need to predict and control under conditions 
of threat. L. A. Pervin. bibliog J Personal 
31:570-87 D '63 
CERTIFICATE of secondary education exami- 
nation. See Examinations — Great Britain 
CERTIFICATION 
See also 
Principal -s — Certification 
Superintendents — Certification 
Teachers — Certification 
CEYLON 

See also 
Child welfare — Ceylon 
Education — Ceylon 
Teachers — C eylon 



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87 



CEYLONESE students 

Role of kinship and authority patterns In 
the cross-cultural education of Asian stu- 
dents; the Indians and Ceylonese. M. C. 
Hodgkin. Sociol of Ed 37:83-5 Fall '63 
CHABOT college, San Leandro, California 

Starting on a shoestring. W. Williams. 11 
Jun Col J 34:20-1 O 63 
CHAD 

See also 

Education — Chad 
CHALKBOARD drawing 

Teaching aid for improving chalkboard tech- 
nique. J. D. Larson, il diags Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 52:30 Je '63 
CHALKBOARDS 

Chalkboard teaching aid. J. H. Capron. 11 
diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:40 F '64 

Chalkboards, maps and Klobes, upgraded and 
revised for accelerated learning. Nations 
Sch 71:65 Ap '63 _ 

How should chalkboards be cleaned? D. E. 
Smalley. Am Sch Bd J 147:34 S '63 
CHALMERS, Paul M. 

In view; Massachusetts institute of tech- 
nology's foreign student adviser, por Over- 
seas 2:27-8 My '63 
CHAMBER music 

Chamber music for brass. C. Friedman. 11 
Mus J 21:48 D '63 

Coaching, a musical challenge. K. Holland. 11 
Mus Educators J 50:111-15 F '64 

Music of friends. J. Wechsberg. il Mus Edu- 
cators J 49:32-6 Je '63 
CHAMINADE high school, Dayton, Ohio 

Teaching modern mathematics by pro- 
grammed instruction; Science research as- 
sociates' programmed textbooks. E. Marri- 
man. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:326-31 Ag 
'63 
CHAMORRO language 

Loan words 

Loanblends, a tool for linguists. D. M. Top- 
ping. Lang Learn 12 no4:281-7 '62 
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois 

High school 

Champaign senior high school's statewide 
exchange program. S. Overman and G. 
Odell. Sch Activities 34:270-1 My '63 
CHANCE 

See also 

Probabilities 
CHANGE 

Anatomy of change. B. O. Smith. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:4-10 My '63 

Audiovisual indusH-y and educational change; 
symposium. Ed Screen Av G 42:369-76 Jl 
'63 

Barriers to change In educational organiza- 
tions. D. J. Willower. bibliog f TIP 2:257-63 
D '63 

Blueprint for improving secondary education. 
E. Tompkins. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60: 
276-80 Ag '63 

Brickell in the vernacular. H. M. Brickell. 
il Av Instr 8:384-9 Je '63 

Bring back Mr Chips. B. Stolzenberg. Social 
Studies 54:163-6 O '63 

Change in the schools. J. Culbertson. TIP 2: 
249-51 D '63 

Change that counts. V. Harvey and others. 
bibliog Ed Lead 21:292-6+ F '64 

Changing schools for changing pupils. D. J. 
Welch. Ed Lead 21:429-32 Ap '64 

Counseling as preparation for self-directed 
change E. G. Williamson, bibliog Teach 
Col Rec 65:613-22 Ap '64 

Creating an office of professional services. 
B. P. Komisar. Clearing House 38:176-8 
N '63 

Ciirriculum planning and development. R. J. 
Keller. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:1-6 
N '63 

Dropouts, automation, and the cities. R. A. 
Dentler. Teach Col Rec 65:475-83 Mr '64 

Dynamic future. T. D. Bailey. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:158-62 Mr '64 

Dynamics of change. H. M. Brickell. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:21-8 My '63 

Dynamics of change as applied to education. 
J. E. Burchard. North Cen Assn Q 38:170-9 
Fall '63 

Education In the '70s: some predictions. M. 

B. Miles. Teach Col Rec 65:«l-54 P '64 
Educational change process in a field oroiect. 

C. B. ^Vinsor. Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 
16:199-205 '63 

Effecting change through leadership. L. L. 
Cunningham, bibliog f Ed Lead 21:75-9-1- 
N '63 



Elementary-school principal and change In 
the school system. D. E. Griffiths. "TIP 2: 
278-84 D '63 

Ends for which we educate. F. H. Horn. 
Ed Forum 28:133-43 Ja '64 

Evaluation of current changes in education. 
F. H. Harrington. North Cen Assn Q 
38:180-2 Fall '63 

Evaluation of proposals for change in teacher 
education. W. B. Spalding. Nat Comm 
Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963: 
37-49 

Examining educational innovations. G. T, 
Kowitz. Am Sch Bd J 147:5-6-f- D '63; 148: 
17-18 Ja '64 

Feast or famine for the liberal arts college? 
reflections on intellectual economy and 
polity. F. D. Bolman. Ed Rec 45:67-73 
Wint '64 

Forces shaping the college of arts and sci- 
ences. F. H. Horn. Liberal Ed 50:5-16 Mr 
'64 

Franks had the right idea. J. D. Finn, il 
NEA J 53:24-7 Ap '64 

Here is my problem: the elementary school 
principal speaks out. Sister Mary Jerome. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:382-8 Ag '63 

Human future H. Smith. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:36-7 O '63 

Inevitable obsolescence? V. V. Kniseley. TIP 
3:30-4 F '64 

Innovation versus implementation; panel on 
critical issues in audiovisual education. R. 
E. Stepp. Av Instr 9:204-5 Mr '64 

Into today walks tomorrow. C. D. Babcock. 
Ed Lead 20:492-4 My '63 

Is the future obsolete? J. A. Perkins. Am 
Assn Sch Adm Official Report 1963:92-106 

Let's get on the bandwagon. D. K. Oshorn. 
il Grade Teach 81:128 My '64 

Premise of change. D. W. Hunt. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:1-3 My '63 

Prepare the community for educational 
change. J. Ryan and F. J. Bauerschmidt. 
il N T State Ed 51:22-3 My '64 

Pressure or planning: which shall activate 
change? panel on critical issues In audio- 
visual education. M. W. Divizia. Av Instr 
9:81 Ja '64 

Principal's role in change. J. M. Cronin. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:29-32 My '63 

Principal's role in facilitating innovation. M. 
Chesler and others. 11 TIP 2:269-77 D '63 

Problems faced in organizing a school dif- 
ferently. J. L. Trump. Am Sch Bd J 
147:7-84- N "63 

Process of curricular change. N. H. Tracy, 
bibliog H Sch J 47:170-7 Ja '64 

Profession's responsibility for educational 
change. H. N. Rivlin. Nat Comm Teach 
Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963:20-36 

Recipe for revolution: Beloit's nineteen in- 
gredients. S. Hayward. Liberal Ed 49:493- 
501 D '63 

B ingredients of change. J. L. Trump. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:11-20 My '63 

Revolutionary season. J. D. Finn. Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:348-54 Ap '64 

Role of innovation In education. G. Heathers, 
bibliog f Nat El Prin 43:8-14 S '63; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 29:4-7 Ja '64 

Role of the North central association in 
promoting constructive changes in educa- 
tion. E. J. Drummond and others. North 
Cen Assn Q 38:190-204 Fall '63 

Schools that are changing. J F. Kourmadas. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:33-5 My '63 

Sea-change in American education. J. E. 
Russell. Ariz Teach 52:10-13 Ja '64 

Sober look at the administrator's respon- 
sibility toward change. M. C. Smith. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:39-44 Mr '64 

Superintendent faces the problems of educa- 
tional change. J. I. Mason. Av Instr 8:389- 
90 Je '63 

Teacher, the politician, and the challenge of 
change. J. Brademas. Nat Comm Teach 
Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963:50-9 

Testing: a catalyst for educational inno- 
vations. J. J. Walsh, bibliog f TIP 2:218-25 
O '63 

Textbooks: what's wrong with them? N. C. 
Polos. Clearing House 38:451-6 Ap '64 

Universities in evolution. E. J. King, bib- 
liog f Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:399-415 '63 

What are innovators like? E. M. Rogers, bib- 
liog f TIP 2:252-6 D '63 

Why do teachers reject change? G. C. Eich- 
holz. TIP 2:264-8 D '63; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:26-8 Ap '64 

World out of joint. I. C. Brown. Ed Lead 
21:361-3 Mr '64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHANGE of attitude. See Attitude. Change of 
CHANGE of opinion. See Opinions (psychol- 

ofry) 
CHANGE of personality. See Personality change 
CHANGE of voice. See Voice, Change of 
CHANNEL ISLANDS 
See also 
Guernsey (island) 
CHANUKAH. See Hanukkah (feast of lights) 
CHAPELS 

See also 
Oratories 

CHAPLAINS, College ,,.,.,» 
Ministry of a college chaplain L. J AveriU. 
Christian Scholar 46:135-44 Sum '63 

CHAPLAINS, Prison 
Education and re-education; work of prison 
chaplains. Times Ed Sup 2528:619 N 1 '63 

CHARACTER , ^ ..r. . ^ ^• 

Conscience and character: with study-qis- 
cussion program by R. Strang. G. Langdon 
and I. W. Stout, bibliog il PTA Mag 58:4-6, 
35 F '64 
Qualities of the leader. B. Lindop. Sch Activ- 
ities 35:175-81 F '64 
See also 
Personality 
Self reliance 
CHARACTER education. See Moral education; 
Personality training and development; 
Social adjustment and development 
CHARACTER traits. See Character 

CHARACTERIZATION. See Characters in liter- 
ature 
CHARACTERS in literature ^ ^ 

Brutus and Cassius: a timely contrast. J. 
S. MulUcan. Clearing House 38:178 N '63 

Children's hero; the genteel conspiracy. 
J Epstein, il "Wilson Lib Bui 38:154-60 
O '63; Discussion. 38:162-4, 2534- O-N '63 

Literature and composition for average stu- 
dents in grades seven to nine: a unit on 
characterization. J. F. McCampbell. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 48:81-9 F '64 

Lucas Beauchamp as existential hero. W. J. 
Sowder. bibliog f Col Engl 25:115-18-1- 
N '63 

Pleberio. J. A. Flightner. Hispania 47:79- 
81 Mr '64 

Skeletal outline of Absalom, Absalom! T. B. 
Connolly. Col Engl 25:110-14 N '63 
See also 

Children in literature 

Historical and legendary characters in litera- 
ture 
CHARACTERS in opera 

On the significance of names in Hofmanns- 
thal's Rosenkavalier. C. B. Giordano, bib- 
liog f German Q 36:258-68 My '63 
CHARCOAL lighters. See Barbecue grills 

CHARLES law _ 

Demonstrating Charles' law. D. D. Young, 
diag Sci Teach 30:84 D '03 
CHARLEYHORSE. See Muscles — ^Wounds and 

injuries 
CHARLOTTE. North Carolina 
Public schools 
How school districts are desegregating. A. 
Cohodes. il Nations Sch 73:41-34- F '64 
CHARTS 

Chart construction made easy. H. E. Scuorzo. 

il Grade Teach 81:38-94- Mr '64 
Flip charts. W. S. Chantland. il Sch Shop 

23:25 S '63 
Flow chart for climate classification. J. R. 

Castelli. J Geog 63:19-23 Ja '64 
Multiple- chart display. D. J. Carnevale. il 
diags Sch Shop 22:22 Je '63 
CHARTS, Profile. See Psychographs 
CHASE, Richard 

Richard Chase: mountain folklorist and 
storyteller. H. W. Painter, bibliog f il por 
El Engl 40:677-86 N '63 
CHATEAUBRIAND, Frangols Auguste Ren6, 
vicomte de 
George Sand and the Memoires d'outre-tombe. 
L. A. Uffenbeck. bibliog f French R 37: 
296-301 Ja '64 
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee 

Dalewood Junior high school 
Chattanooga builds a nongraded junior high 
school. J. D. McCullough. il plans Am Sch 
Bd J 148:71-4 F '64 



Public schools 

Peaceful desegregation in Chattanooga. E. L. 
Dalton and B. E. Carmichael. Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:388-92 My '64 

"What four districts are doing about desegre- 
gation: Chattanooga, Tenn. B. E. Car- 
michael. Sch Mgt 8:91 Mr '64 
CHAUCER. Geoffrey 

Final irony of the Pardoner's tale. E. Reiss. 
bibliog f Col Engl 25:260-6 Ja '64 

Light up the dark ages; contrasting Beowulf 
with The Canterbury tales. L. Mussoff. 
Engl J 52:525-7 O '63 
CHEATHAM, John M. 

Academic freedom and tenure: Arkansas 
agricultural, mechanical, and normal col- 
lege. American association of university 
professors. Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure. AAUP Bui 50:36-43 Mr '64 
CHEATING 

Changing moral values of students. L. J. 
Becker, bibliog J Home Econ 55:646-8 O '63 

Socrates on cheating. A. Page. Liberal Ed 
49:193-7 My '63 
CHECKERBOARDS 

Checkerboard for the blind. H. Overeem and 
J. Vroom. il diags Sch Shop 23:24-5 Mr '64 
CHECKS 

As good as gold. T. J. Jennings. Arith Teach 
11:118-19 F '64 
CHEESE servers. See Tableware 
CHEKHOV, Anton Pavlovich 

Miss Hellman's two sisters. J. H. Adler. Ed 
Theatre J 15:112-17 My '63 
CHEM study. See Chemical education mate- 
rial study 
CHEMICAL additives in food 

Electrophoretic study of synthetic food dyes. 
M. H. Anwar and others, bibliog diags J 
Chem Ed 40:537-8 O '63 
CHEMICAL analysis. See Chemistry, Analytic 
CHEMICAL apparatus 

Apparatus for molecular distillation and 
vacuum sublimation. B. Loev and others, 
diag J Chem Ed 40:426 Ag '63 

Automatic leveling bulb apparatus. E. G. 
Janzen. diags J Chem Ed 41:281 My '64 

Convenient micro filter-stick. P. D. Cooper. 
diag J Chem Ed 41:85 F '64 

Gas adsorption apparatus and experiment. 
H. G. Lutrick and others, bibliog diags 
J Chem Ed 41:93-6 F '64 

Gas saturation apparatus. P. Schatzberg. il J 
Chem Ed 40:267 My '63 

High capacity vapor traps. J. R. Kuppers. 
il J Chem Ed 40:242 My '63 

High pressure techniques for microscale re- 
actions; pressure vessels. R. P. Rhodes, 
diags J Chem Ed 40:423-4 Ag '63 

Kugelrohr distillation apparatus. R. Graeve 
and G. H. Wahl, jr. diag J Chem Ed 41:279 
My '64 

Laboratory cylinder-mill for small samples. 
M. D. Schlesinger and others, diags J Chem 
Ed 40:546 O '63 

Low-volume gold trap for mercury vapor. J. 
E. Benson and G. S. "Weiland. J Chem Ed 
41:223 Ap '64 

Magnetic stirrer; instrument for the fresh- 
man laboratory. "W. H. Slabaugh. diag 
J Chem Ed 40:641 D '63 

Modification of a vacuum desiccator. E. L. 
Head and D. Pavone. diag J Chem Ed 40: 
316 Je '63 

Modified Victor Meyer apparatus. G. W. 
Drake, diag J Chem Ed 40:606-7 N '63 

Reaction vessel for kinetic studies below 
room temperature. G. C. Lalor. diag 
J Chem Ed 40:597 N '63 

Repetitive and continuous analysis: an ad- 
vanced course in instrumental analysis. 
H. Freund. diags J Chem Ed 41:28-31 Ja 
'64 

Simple evaporator for heat sensitive com- 
pounds. C. R. Begeman. bibliog f il J Chem 
Ed 40:427 Ag '63 

Simple pressure stopcock. R. Gilmont. diag 
J Chem Ed 40:432 Ag '63 

Small fluidized- solid constant temperature 
bath. H. E. Weir and T. F. Rutledge. il 
diag J Chem Ed 40:425-6 Ag '63 

Topics in chemical instrumentation; ed. by 
S. Z. Lewin. See issues of Journal of chem- 
ical education August 1962- 

■Qses for rubber eye-dropper bulbs. M. M. 
Markowitz and D. A. Boryta. diags J Chem 
Ed 40:482 S '63 

Vacuum and controlled atmosphere differen- 
tial thermal analysis apparatus.. "W. "W. 
"Wendlandt. bibliog diags J Chem Ed 40: 
428-9 Ak '63 



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89 



CHEMICAL apparatus — Continued 
Vacuum distillation with an all glass rotary 

evaporator. M. B. Naff and W. Spector. il J 

Cheni Ed 40:327 Je '63 
Vapor density apparatus. S. D. Christian and 

others, dia?? J Chem Ed 40:323-4 Je '63 
See also 
Chromatosraphic analysis — Apparatus 
CHEMICAL bond approach project 
CHEM and CBA effects on achievement In 

chemi.stry. R. W. Heath and D. W. Stick- 
ell. Sci Teach 30:45-6 S '63 
Curriculum components and organization; 

cliemistry. R. A. Gibboney and others. 

R Ed Res 33:282-4 Je '63 
New science curriculums: chemistry. Sch Mgt 

7:62 Je '63 
CHEMICAL bonds 
Bonding in xenon hexafluoride. J. J. Kauf- 
man, biblios J Chem Ed 41:183-4 Ap '64 
Classical electrostatic view of chemical 

forces. H. H. Jaff6. bibhos J Chem Ed 40: 

649-51 D '63 
Nucleophilic reactions at trigonally bonded 

carbon. R. V. Cash, biblios J Chem Ed 

41:108-11 F '64 
Principles of chemical reaction. R. T. San- 
derson, biblios J Chem Ed 41:13-22 Ja 

'64 
Relationship of exothermicities of compounds 

to chemical bonding. B. Siegel. J Chem Ed 

40:308-10 Je '63 
Stable gaseous species at high temperatures. 

B. Siegel. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:304-8 Je 

'63 
Textbook errors; on hydrogen bonds. J. Don- 

ohue. J Chem Ed 40:598-9 N '63 
Use of n-center bonds. G. B. Carpenter. 

bibliog J Chem Ed 40:385-7 Jl '63 
Valence-shell electron-pair repulsion (VSEPR) 

theory of directed valency. R. J. Gillespie. 

bibliog J Chem Ed 40:295-301 Je "63 
CHEMICAL condensation. See Condensation, 

Chemical 
CHEMICAL constants 
Static and kinetic measurements of an 

equilibrium constant; a physical-inorganic 

chemistry experiment. D. Britton and Z. 

Z. Hugus, jr. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:607- 

10 N '63 
CHEMICAL education material study 

CHEM and CBA effects on achievements in 

chemistry. R. W. Heath and D. W. Stick- 
ell. Sci Teach 30:45-6 S '63 
Curriculum components and organization; 

chemistry. R. A. Gibboney and others. 

R Ed Res 33:282-4 Je '63 
New science curriculums: chemistry. Sch Mgt 

7:62 Je "63 
CHEMICAL elements 
Naming chemical elements in Chinese. R. 

Suter; discussion, il J Chem Ed 40:388 Jl 

'63 
See also 
Barium 
Cadmium 
Calcium 
Carbon 
Copper 
Helium 
Hydrogen 
Iodine 
Oxygen 

Periodic system 
Platinum 
Sodium 
Strontium 
Tantalum 

Transition elements 
Uranium 
CHEMICAL equations 
Reasons for typical mistakes in chemistry 

among secondary school students. E. N. 

Fedorova and V. V. Shilling, bibliog Soviet 

Ed 5:23-31 S '63 
Rigorous derivation of the kinetic equation 

for ideal gas pressure. M. W. C. Dharma- 

wardhana and K. G. A. Dharmawardane. 

bibliog f diag J Chem Ed 40:318-19 Je '63 
CHEMICAL equilibrium 

Control and nneasurement of water activity. 

S. D. Christian and others, diags J Chem 

Ed 40:419-21 Ag '63 
Dissociation quotient of bromcresol green; 

a class study of ionic strength effects. 

R. W. Ramette. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:252-4 

My -63 
Entropy and equilibrium; interpretations of 

ionization data for organic acids. C. R. 

Allen and P. G. Wright. J Chem Ed 41:251- 

3 My '64 



Heterogeneous equilibria in general chemis- 
try. L. C. Grotz. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:479- 
82 S '63 

Random and systematic errors in the deter- 
mination of association constants. R. A. 
Pasternak and A. P. Brady. J Chem Ed 40: 
254-5 My '63 

Static and Itinetic measurements of an equi- 
librium constant; a physical -inorganic 
chemistry experiment. D. Britton and Z. 
Z. Hugus, jr. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:607-10 
N '63 

Temperature dependence of equilibrium; a 
first experiment in general chemistry. B. H. 
Mahan. J Chem Ed 40:293-4 Je '63 
CHEMICAL genetics. See Genetics 
CHEMICAL geology. See Geochemistry 
CHEMICAL laboratories 

Equipment and supplies 

Hot stage for evaporations and melting point 
determinations. M. Cefola. diag J Chem Ed 
41:218 Ap '64 

Laboratory jack; apparatus for undergraduate 
laboratories. A. W. Cordes. diag J Chem 
Ed 41:130 Mr '64 

Neutrons for small laboratories. H. W. Nass 
and others, il diags J Chem Ed 41:156-9 Mr 
'64 

Photometer: instrument for the freshman 
laboratory. W. H. Slabaugh. diag J Chem 
Ed 41:12 Ja '64 

Topics in chemical instrumentation; ed. by 
S. Z. Lewin. See issues of Journal of chem- 
ical education August 1962- 

Versatile and inexpensive pH recording elec- 
trometer. H. V. Malmstadt. bibliog il diags 
J Chem Ed 41:148-55 Mr '64 
See also 

Chemical apparatus 

Heating and ventilation 

Ventilation of laboratory operations. N. V. 
Steere. bibliog diags J Chem Ed 41:A95- 
A96+ F; A 183-A 184 Mr '64 

Safety devices and measures 

Safety in the chemical laboratory: ed. by 
N. V. Steere. See issues of Journal of 
chemical education January 1964- 
CHEMICAL models 

Plastic Dreiding models. L. P. Fieser. il J 
Chem Ed 40:457-9 a '63 
CHEMICAL prophylaxis. See Chemistry, Med- 
ical and pharmaceutical 
CHEMICAL reaction 

Alkali metal-water reactions. M. M. Marko- 
witz. bibliog il J Chem Ed 40:633-6 D '63 

Chemical behavior of ions in gases. J. L. 
Franklin, bibliog diags J Chem Ed 40:284-93 
Je '63 

Demonstrating the dynamic behavior of 
coupled systems of chemical reactions. R. 
M. Lago and others, bibliog il diags 
J Chem Ed 40:395-400 Ag '63 

Flowing clock reactions. M. L.. Haggett and 
others, diag J Chem Ed 40:367-8 Jl '63 

Formaldehyde clock reaction. P. Jones and 
K. B. Oldham. J Chem Ed 40:366-7 Jl '63 

Formaldehyde clock reaction with the high 
school teacher in mind. W. Ainsworth and 
F. X. Sutman. Sch Sci & Math 64:15-20 Ja 
•64 

Method for determining order of a reaction. 
H. K. Zimmerman. J Chem Ed 40:356-8 Jl 
'63 

New clock reaction preparation of dicin- 
namalacetone. L. C. King and G. K. 
Ostrum. J Chem Ed 41 :A 139 F '64 

Nucleophilic reactions at trigonally bonded 
carbon. R. V. Cash, bibliog J Chem Ed 41: 
108-11 F '64 

Potentiometric titration curves for simple Ion 
combination reactions. J. A. Goldman, bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 40:519-22 O '63 

Principles of chemical reaction. R. T. Sander- 
son, bibliog J Chem Ed 41:13-22 Ja '64 

Reaction vessel for kinetic studies below 
room temperature. G. C. Lalor. diag 
J Chem Ed 40:597 N '63 

Some experiments on the stoichiometry of 
reactions. H. R. Tietze. J Chem Ed 40: 
344-5 Jl '63 

Use of inorganic redox mechanisms in analyt- 
ical chemistry. G. H. Schenk. bibliog J 
Chem Ed 41:32-5 Ja '64 
See also 

Alkylation 

Catalysis 

Diels-Alder reaction 

Oxidation 

Synthesis 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CHEMICAL reaction — Continued 
Velocity 
Chemical kinetics in laboratory and^class- 
room. R. E. Connlck. J Chem Ed 40:587-9 

N '63 

Colorimetric chemical kinetics experiment. 
G. Corsaro. J Chem Ed 41:48-50 Ja '64; 
Reply. S. H. Laurie. 41:288 My '64 

Concepts of time in chemistry. O. T. „Ben- 
fey. biblioff J Chem Ed 40:574-7 N '63 

Course in kinetics based on elementary proc- 
esses. R. M. Noyes. biblioff J Chem Ed 
40:584-6 N '63 

Kinetics, early and often. J. A. Campbell. 
J Chem Ed 40:578-83 N '63 

Kinetics of the thermal decomposition of 
silver permanganate; a solid-state chem- 
istry experiment. M. K. Goldstem and 
T. B. Flanagan, diag J Chem Ed 41:276-7 
My '64 

Laboratory program in chemical kinetics. 
J E. Finholt. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:589-91 
N '63 

Pseudo first-order, second-order kinetics ex- 
periment; an illustration of the Guggenheim 
method. M. Ahmad and J. Hamer. J Chem 
Ed 41:249-50 My '64 

Second order kinetics experirnent. W. J. 
Teerlink and others. J Chem Ed 41:161 Mr 
'64 

Simple kinetics experiment for general chem- 
istry laboratory. W. H. Cone and R. A 
Hermens. J Chem Ed 40:421 Ag '63 

Static and kinetic measurements of an equi- 
librium constant; a physical-inorganic 
chemistry experiment. D. Britton and Z. 
Z. Hugus. jr. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:607- 
10 N '63 

CHEMICAL stability 
Stable gaseous species at high temperatures. 
B Siegel. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:304-8 Je 
•63 

CHEMICAL technicians 

Chemical technicians; what they do and how 
they learn to do it. W. J. Brooking. Am 
Voc J 39:33 Ap '64 

CHEMICALS ^^ ,, 

Responsibility for accident prevention. I\. V. 

Steere. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:A274- Ja 
•64 



See also 
Propellants 
Repellants 



Safety measures 



Safeguards for young scientists. Sight- 
Saving R 33:139 Fall "63 

Sources of information on hazards. N. V. 

Steere. J Chem Ed 41:A269-A270-1- Ap '64 

CHEMISTRY 

See also 
Bases (chemistry) 
Biochemistry 
Catalysis 

Chemistry, Analytic 
Chemistry. Inorganic , . , 

Chemistry, Medical and pharmaceutical 
Chemistry. Organic 
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical 
Chemistry, Technical 
Coordination (chemistry) 
Geochemistry 
Physiological chemistry 
Solution (chemistry) 
Stereochemistry 
Stoichiometry 
Substitution (chemistry) 
Thermochemistry 

Achievements, Student 
CHEM and CBA effects on achievement in 
chemistry. R. W. Heath and D. W. Stick- 
ell. Sci Teach 30:45-6 S '63 

Aims and objectives 
Problem solving competencies in high school 
chemistry. E. W. Lee. bibliog H Sch J 47: 
216-22 F '64 

Bibliography 

Paperback books in chemistry and related 
sciences. J Chem Ed 41:A303-A304-1- Ap '64 

Correlation with other subjects 

Chemistry approach to biology. Sister Mary 
Joan. Sch Sci & Math 64:101-6 F '64 

Combining first year chemistry and physics 
for science majors. E. C. Fuller. J Chem 
Ed 41:136-8 Mr '64 



Integrated science; physics and chemistry. 

M. R. Lerner. Sci Teach 31:37-8 F '64 
Portland tries integrated science course. M. 

Fiasca and D. Porter. Sci Teach 31:39 F '64 

Curriculum 

Eclectic view to current chemistry curric- 
ulum studies. H. P. Goldberg, bibliog Sch 
Sci & Math 63:770-1 D '63 

Facts and principles. Times Ed Sup 2541:232 
Ja 31 '64 

New science curriculums: chemistry. Sch Mgt 
7:62 Je '63 

Recent trends in undergraduate chemistry 
curricula; symposium, with introd. by L. C. 
King, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 41:126-42 
Mr '64 

Evaluation 

CHEM and CBA effects on achievement in 
chemistry. R. W. Heath and D. W. SUck- 
ell. Sci Teach 30:45-6 S '63 

Research 
Curriculum components and organization; 
chemistry. R. A. Gibboney and others. 
R Ed Res 33:282-4 Je '63 

Demonstrations 
Demonstrating Charles' law. D. D. Young-. 

diag Sci Teach 30:84 D '03 
Demonstrating relative convalent-ionic nature 

ill salts. H. Nechamkin. Sci Teach 31:58-9 

Mr '64 
Demonstrating the dynamic behavior of 

coupled systems of chemical reactions. R. 

M. Lago and others, bibliog il diags J Chem 

Ed 40:395-400 Ag '63 
Demonstration of radioautography and paper 

chromatography using a Polaroid camera. 

J. C. Towne and B. M. Gatti. il diags 

J Chem Ed 40:243-4 My '63 
Lecture demonstration techniques in chem- 
istry. H. N. Alyea. Nat Assn Sec Sch 

Prin Bui 48:233-41 Ap '64 
Tested demonstrations. See issues of Journal 

of chemical education 
Vapor shadowgraphs. L. C. King and A. D. 

Templer. J Chem Ed 40:A9S7 D '63 

Difficulties 

Reasons for typical mistakes in chemistry 
among secondary school students. E. N. 
Fedorova and V. V. Shilling, bibliog Soviet 
Ed 5:23-31 S '63 

Experiments 
Adsorption isotherm usin^ a colorimetric 

method; a general chemistry experiment. 

A. J. Dandy, diag J Chem Ed 41:47 Ja '64 
Colorimetric chemical kinetics experiment. 

G. Corsaro. J Chem Ed 41:48-50 Ja '64; 

Reply. S. H. Laurie. 41:288 My '64 
Eutectic experiment for general chemistry 

laboratory. J. H. Wise and others. J Chem 

Ed 41:96 F '64 
Experiment with galvanic cells for the gen- 
eral chemistry laboratory. C. R. Dillard 

and P. H. Kammeyer. bibliog f diags 

J Chem Ed 40:363-5 Jl '63 
Formaldehyde clock reaction with the high 

school teacher in mind. W. Ainsworth and 

F. X. Sutman. Sch Sci & Math 64:15-20 
Ja '64 

Gas adsorption apparatus and experiment. H. 

G. Lutrick and others, bibliog diags J Chem 
Ed 41:93-6 F '64 

Lighter lanthanides; a laboratory experiment 
in rare earth chemistry. G. B. Kauffman 
and others, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 40:433- 
7 Ag '63 

Preparation and analysis of a complex com- 
pound. D. K. Sebera. J Chem Ed 40:476-8 
S '63 

Second order kinetics experiment. W. J. 
Teerlink and others. J Chem Ed 41:161 Mr 
'64 

Simple kinetics experiment for general chem- 
istry laboratory. W. H. Cone and R. A. 
Hermens. J Chem Ed 40:421 Ag '63 

Some experiments on the stoichiometry of 
reactions. H. R. Tietze. J Chem Ed 40: 
344-5 Jl '63 

Temperature dependence of equilibrium; a 
first experiment in general chemistry. B. H. 
Mahan. J Chem Ed 40:293-4 Je '63 

TOPS at the Century 21 exposition (cont) 
H. N. Alyea and K. V. Jackman. il diags 
Sci Teach 30:29-32 S; 35-8 O '63 

TOPS: tested overhead projection series: 
comp. by H. N. Alyea. See issues of Journal 
of chemical education 



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91 



C H E M I ST RY— Continued 

Graduate work 
Oumulative doctoral examinations; experience 
and practice at UCLA. G. R. Robertson. 
J Chem Ed 41:212-15 Ad '64 

History 
Development of the pH concept; a historical 

survey, tr. by R. E. Oesper. F. Szabadv&ry. 

bibliog J Chem Ed 41:105-7 F '64 
Early history of carbon- 14. M. D. Kamen. 

bibliogr il J Chem Ed 40:234-42 My '63 
Indicators: a historical perspective; tr. by 

R. E. Oesper. F. Szabadv^ry. J Chem 

Ed 41:285-7 My '64 
Prout's chemical Bridgewater treatise. W. H. 

Brock, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:652-5 D '63 

Laboratory work 

Attempt to appraise whether problem-solving 
abilities can be developed in a e;eneral 
chemistry laboratory. E. J. Montague. Sci 
Teach 31:37-8 Mr '64 

Chemical kinetics in laboratory and class- 
room. R. E. Connick. J Chem Ed 40:587-9 
N '63 

Honors laboratory in general chemistry. 
M. A. Ogliaruso and J. H. Schneider, bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 41:215-16 Ap '64 

Laboratory program in chemical kinetics. 
J. E. Finholt. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:589-91 
N '63 

New freshman chemistry laboratory program. 
S. E. Wiberley and H. H. Richtol. J Chem 
Ed 41:146-7 Mr '64 

Practical work in chemistry in the secondary 
school. K. I. Parmenov and I. T. Syroezhkin. 
Soviet Ed 5:32-6 Ja '63 

Nomenclature 
Naming chemical elements in Chinese. R. 

Suter; discussion, il J Chem Ed 40:388 Jl 

'63 

Problem solving 
Attempt to appraise whether problem-solving 

abilities can be developed in a general 

chemistry laborato^5^ E. J. Montague. Sci 

Teach 31:37-8 Mr '64 
Problem solving competencies in high school 

chemistry. E. W. Lee. bibliog H Sch J 47: 

216-22 F '64 
Scientific problem solving. C. H. Coleman. 

Sch Sci & Math 64:138-42 F '64 

Prognosis of success 
Evaluation of the Toledo chemistry place- 
ment examination. N. W. Hovey and A. 
Krohn. bibliog f J Chem Ed 40:370-2 Jl '63 

Projects 

Chemical projects: research ideas for young 
chemists, comp. by J. A. Young and J. K. 
Taylor. See issues of Journal of chemical 
education January 1960-December 1963 

Subject matter 
Crystal structure analysis for undergraduates. 

K. Lonsdale, il diags J Chem Ed 41:240-4 

My '64 
Kinetics for the undergraduate; symposium; 

with introd. by E. L. King, bibliog J Chem 

Ed 40:573-91 N '63 
Sophomore-level course in valence and mole- 
cular structure. A. K. Colter. J Chem Ed 

41:127-30 Mr '64 
Stereochemistry in the terminal course. G. 

G. Evans. J Chem Ed 40:438-40 Ag '63 
Studying the topic Basic chemical concepts 

ill the ninth grade. P. A. Gloriozov. Soviet 

Ed 6:26-36 Ja '64 
Teaching the entropy concept. R. C. Plumb. 

il diag J Chem Ed 41:254-6 My '64 

Teaching 

See also 
Chemists — Education 

Colleges and universities 
Chemistry in liberal arts colleges. R. G. Yal- 

man. J Chem Ed 41:142-5 Mr '64 
Kinetics for the undergraduate; symposium; 

with introd. by E. L. King, bibliog J Chem 

Ed 40:573-91 N '63 
New freshman chemistry laboratory program. 

S. E. Wiberley and H. H. Richtol. J Chem 

Ed 41:146-7 Mr '64 
Recent trends in undergraduate chemistry 

curricula; symposium, with introd. by L. C. 

King, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 41:126-42 

Mr '64 

Elementary schools 
Chemistry in our world. J. G. Navarra. il 

Instr 73:30-1 N '63 



High schools 

Chemistry seminar for high school seniors. 
L. Weiss. H Points 46:38-45 F '64 

Formaldehyde clock reaction with the high 
school teacher in mind. W. Ainsworth and 
F. X. Sutman. Sch Sci & Math 64:15-20 Ja 
■64 

Lecture demonstration techniques in chem- 
istry. H. N. Alyea. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:233-41 Ap '64 

Problem solving competencies in high school 
chemistry. E. W. Lee. bibliog H Sch J 47: 
216-22 F '64 

Solution chromatography. Sister Mary Hen- 
riella. bibliog il Cath Sch J 63:41-3 N '63 

Seventh grades 
Science, grade 7; the chemistry of matter. 
New York (city) Board of education. Divi- 
sion of curriculum development, bibliog 
diags N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui 1962-63 no9a: 
43p 

Great Britain 
Current trends in chemistry; hopes of chang- 
ing the syllabus. Times Ed Sup 2497:654 Mr 

Russia 
Chemistry at Moscow state university. R. E. 

Bozak. J Chem Ed 40:376-8 Jl '63 
Practical work in chemistry in the secondary 

school. K. I. Parmenov and I. T. Syroezhkiri. 

Soviet Ed 5:32-6 Ja '63 
Reasons for typical mistakes in chemistry 

among secondary school students. E. N. 

Fedorova and V. V. Shilling, bibliog Soviet 

Ed 5:23-31 S '63 
Studying the topic Basic chemical concepts 

in the ninth grade. P. A. Gloriozov. Soviet 

Ed 6:26-36 Ja '64 
Teaching experience in chemistry in the 

schools of Kostroma city and region. 

T. A. lashkina. Soviet Ed 5:29-31 Jl '63 

Teaching aids and devices 

Chemical crossword puzzle. J. J. Carney. 
J Chem Ed 40:496 S '63 

Chemical crossword puzzle. R. A. Schneider, 
il J Chem Ed 40:268 My '63 

Effective supplementary reading in chemis- 
try at low cost. H. R. Smith, bibliog Sch 
Sci & Math 63:674-7 N '63 

Lecture demonstration techniques in chem- 
istry. H. N. Alyea. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 48:233-41 Ap '64 

TOPS at the Century 21 exposition (cont) 
H. N. Alyea and K. V. Jackman. il diags 
Sci Teach 30:29-32 S; 35-8 O '63 

Teaching methods 
Demonstration is teaching. E. C. Weaver. 
Sci Teach 31:34-5 F '64 

Tests and scales 

Condensed norms: ACS cooperative examina- 
tions (cont) American chemical society. 
Division of chemical education. J Chem Ed 
41:166-7 Mr '64 

Placement in general chemistry. V. M 
Schelar and others. J Chem Ed 40:369-70 
Jl '63 
See also 

Toledo chemistry placement examination 

Textbooks 
Textbook errors (cont) bibliog J Chem Ed 
40:473-4. 516-18, 598-9; 41:39. 102-4. 280 S-N 
'63, Ja-F, My '64 

Value 

Importance of the physical sciences in the 
curriculum. W. F. Libby. Teach Col J 35: 

CHEMISTRY, Analytic 

Continuous analysis. W. J. Blaedel and C. L. 
Olson, bibliog diags J Chem Ed 40:A549- 
A5504- Ag 63 

Current prominence of analytical chemistry. 
S. Siggia. J Chem Ed 40:604-5 N '63 

Use of inorganic redox mechanisms in ana- 
lytical chemistry. G. H. Schenk. bibliog 
J Chem Ed 41:32-5 Ja '64 
See also 

Polarograph and polarography 

Demonstrations 
Chromotography. J. M. Saurer. J Chem Ed 
40:A535 Jl '63 

Experiments 
Cesium-cobalt-Dowex 50-X2 system in 11+- 
form. J. F. Mucci and others. J Chem Ed 
41:163-5 Mr '64 



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CHEMISTRY, Analytic — Continued 
Qualitative 
Notes on qualitative analysis. J Chem Ed 

40:413-17 Ag '63 ^ ,.^ ^. , . 

Present and future of qualitative analysis. 
N. W. Hovey. J Chem Ed 40:410-12 Ag 
'63 

Quantitative 

Control and measurement of water activity. 

S. D. Christian and others, diags J Chem 

Ed 40:419-21 As '63 . 
Quantitative analysis using NMR. W. B. 

Smith, bibliog f diags J Chem Ed 41:97-9 

F '64 . , . . 

Some problems of quantitative analysis m 

gas chromatography; tn by S. Z. Lewin. 

L.. Condal-Bosch. J Chem Ed 41:A235- 

A236-J- Ap '64 

Experiments 

Quantitative experiment with paper chroma- 
togiapliy. W. J. Frierson and others, diags 
J Chem Ed 40:408-9 Ag '63 ^ ^ ^ 

Statistical analysis of results; undergraduate 
quantitative experiments. K. E. Daugherty 
and R. J. Robinson. J Chem Ed 41:51-2 Ja 

Teaching 

Repetitive and continuous analysis; an ad- 
vanced course in instrumental analysis. H. 
Freund. diags J Chem Ed 41:28-31 Ja '64 
CHEMISTRY, Animal. See Physiological chem- 
istry 
CHEMISTRY, Biological. See Biochemistry 
CHEMISTRY, Forensic , ,^ ^^ 

New demand on the science teacher. M. H. 
Filson. Sch Sci & Math 63:647-8 N '63 
CHEMISTRY, industrial. See Chemistry. Tech- 
nical 
CHEMISTRY, Inorganic , „^ ,^ 

Inorganic nutrients in the sea. J. Vv. van- 
Landingham. bibliog il J Chem Ed 40:272-6 
My '63 ^ , . 

Stereochemistry of complex inorganic com- 
pounds. D. H. Busch. bibliog J Chem Ed 
41:77-85 F '64 
Uses of electrical discharges in preparative 
inorganic chemistry. A. G. Massey. bibliog 
diags J Chem Ed 40:311-16 Je '63 

Experiments 
Simple preparations of phosphors. F. F. 

Mikus. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:362 Jl '63 
Static and kinetic meas,urements of an 

equilibrium constant; a physical-inorganic 

chemistry experiment. D. Britton and Z. 

Z. Hugus, jr. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:607-10 

N '63 
CHEMISTRY, Medical and pharmaceutical 
Chemical prophylaxis and school populations. 

B. L. Brown. J Sch Health 34:234-9 My '64 
CHEMISTRY, Organic 

Bromonium ion. J. G. Traynham. bibliog 

J Chem Ed 40:392-5 Ag '63 ^ 

Cyclobutane chemistry. A. Wilson and D. 

Goldhamer. bibliog diags J Chem Ed 40: 

504-11. 599-603 O-N '63 
Nucleophilic reactions at trigonally bonded 

carbon. R. V. Cash, bibliog J Chem Ed 41: 

108-11 F '64 
See also 
Amines 

Aromatic compounds 
Esteriflcation 
Synthesis 

Experiments 
Esteriflcation for the introductory organic 

laboratory course; a modified Dean-Stark 

trap. W. H. Puterbaugh and others. J Chem 

Ed 40:349-50 Jl '63 
Ficin as a catalyst in organic syntheses. J. 

Li. Abernethy and G. L. Leonardo, bibliog 

J Chem Ed 41:53-4 Ja '64 
Friedel-Crafts alkylation of benzene; a first 

year organic laboratory experiment. H. C. 

Dunathan. J Chem Ed 41:278-9 My '64 
Improved synthesis of 2-bromonaphthalene. 

F. A. Vingiello and others, bibliog J Chem 

Ed 40:544-5 O '63 
a-Pinene, a starting material for a sequence 

of organic experiments. X. A. Dominguez 

and G. Leal, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:347-8 

Jl '63; Reply. F. T. Fang. 41:170 Mr "64 
Preparation of diphenylmethane. W. D. Ellis. 

J Chem Ed 40:346 Jl '63 
Simple method for the preparation of 2,4- 

dinitroaniline. A. A. Ashton. J Chem Ed 

40:545 O '63 
TLC on microscope slides; an organic chem- 
istry experiment. M. B. NaflE and A. S. 

Naff, il J Chem Ed 40:534-5 O '63 



Subject matter 

Conformational analysis in the elementary 
organic course. N. L. Allinger. bibliog J 
Chem Ed 41:70-2 F '64 

Teaching organic stereochemistry. E. L. Eliel. 
bibliog J Chem Ed 41:73-6 F '64 

CHEMISTRY, Physical and theoretical 

See also 
Chemical equilibrium 
Chemical reaction 
Crystallography 
Dissociation 
Ionization. Electrolytic 
Liquids 

Molecular weights 
Periodic system 
Polymers and polymerization 
Radiochemistry 
Valence 
Vapor density 

Experiments 

Approximate wave mechanical treatment of 
the harmonic oscillator and rigid rotator. 
R. Rich. J Chem Ed 40:365 Jl '63 

Determining activity coefficients by gas 
chromatography; a physical chemistry ex- 
periment. S. Kenworthy and others, bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 40:541-3 O '63 

Dissociation quotient of bromcresol green; a 
class study of ionic strength effects. R. W. 
Ramette. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:252-4 My '63 

Formation constants of a metal-anionic 
ligand system in dioxane-water. D. E. Gold- 
berg, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:341-4 Jl '63 

Heat of vaporization of I2 using absolute 
entropy data; a physical chemistry experi- 
ment. F. E. Stafford, bibliog J Chem Ed 40: 
249-51 My '63 

Kinetics experiment for the physical chemistry 
laboratory. R. D. Whitaker. J Chem Ed 40: 
264-5 My '63 

Kinetics of the thermal decomposition of sil- 
ver permanganate; a solid-state chemistry 
experiment. M. K. Goldstein and T. B. 
Flanagan, diag J Chem Ed 41:276-7 My 
'64 

Laser experiments in undergraduate physical 
chemistry laboratory. R. G. Layton and 
E. M. Byring. bibliog il diags J Chem Ed 
40:338-40 Jl '63 

Polymerization kinetics and ^iscometric char- 
acterization of polystyrene; a physical 
chemistry experiment. J. H. Bradbury, bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 40:465-8 S '63 

Static and kinetic meaisurements of an 
equilibrium constant; a physical-inorganic 
chemistry experiment. D. IBritton and Z. 
Z. Hugus, jr. bibliog J Chem Ed 40:607-10 
N '63 

Vibration-rotation spectrtmi of HCl; a 
physical chemistry experiment. F. E. Staf- 
ford and others, bibliog J Chem Ed 40:245-9 
My '63 

Viscometric determination of the Isoelectric 
point of a protein. J. E. Benson, bibliog f 
J Chem Ed 40:468-9 S '63 

CHEMISTRY, Physiological. See Physiological 

chemistry 

CHEMISTRY, Technical 

Teaching 

Colleges and universities 
Education in cellulose, wood, and fiber chem- 
istry; symposiuin, with introd. by E. C. 
Jahn. J Chem Ed 41:192-201 Ap '64 

CHEMISTRY departments. See Colleges and 
universities — Departments of science 

CHEMISTRY teachers 

Education In service 
On the work of the chemistry department 
of the Kostroma institute for advanced 
teacher training. A. I. Krasavina. Soviet 
Ed 5:25-9 Jl '63 

Russia 

On the work of the chemistry department of 
the Kostroma institute for advanced 
teacher training. A. I. Krasavina. Soviet 
Ed 5:25-9 Jl '63 

Teaching experience in chemistry in the 
schools of Kostroma city and region. 
T. A. lashkina. Soviet Ed 5:29-31 Jl '63 

CHEMISTS 

Chemists as college presidents. W. S. 
DeLoach and O. D. Jeanes. Sci Ed 47:353-5 
O '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



93 



C H E M I STS — Continued 
Toxicity: killer of great chemists? S. Solo- 
veichik. J Chem Ed 41:282-4 My '64 
See also 
Baekcland, L. H. 
Chugaev, L. A. 
Miller. W. A. 
Prout, W. 

Education 
Role of poljoner chemistry in education of 
cellulose, wood, and fiber chemists. V. 
Stannett. J Chem Ed 41:192-3 Ap '64 
CHERRINGTON. Ben Mark 
In view: Ben Cherrington; Bureau of educa- 
tional and cultural affairs, por Overseas 
3:25-6 O '63 
CHICAGO 

Board of education 

Massive attack on illiteracy: the Cook 
County experience. R. M. Hilliard. il ALA 
Bui 57:1034-8 D '63 

Description 

Summer in Chicagoland. R. Baumruk. il ALA 
Bui 57:575-80 Je '63 

Hotels, restaurants, etc. 
Chicago restaurants and night life; como. 
by E. Mistaras. il ALA Bui 57:565-70 Je 
'63 

Farragut high school 
High school program for the mentally handi- 
capped; providing special instruction with- 
out social stigma. L. M. Kovarnek. Chicago 
Sch J 45:84-6 N '63 

Fenger high school 
School-community cooperation for vocational 
guidance. G. Triezenberg and S. Katz. il 
Chicago Sch J 45:229-33 F '64 

Nikola Tesla school 
Tesla school breaks the lock step. J. H. Gil- 
bert. El Sch J 64:306-9 Mr '64 

Public schools 

Chicago's vocational guidance and education 
centers; a program for over- age ele- 
mentary school youth. N. F. Simeon, il Chi- 
cago Sch J 45:15-21 O '63 

Dawn of a new era for teachers; Chicago 
teachers union. J. M. Fewkes. Am Teach 
Mag 48:13-144- O '63 

New look in teacher education; ACM-Chicago 
urban semester. W. D. Lewis, il 111 Ed 52: 
386-7 My '64 

Total information service in Chicago schools. 
Sch & Soc 91:328 N 2 '63 

Working with disadvantaged parents. L. G. 
Daugherty. NEA J 52:18-20 D '63 

William J. Onahan school 

Science project room at the elementary level; 
pupils have opportunity for serious experi- 
mentation. A. P. Zak. il Chicago Sch J 45: 
216-20 F '64 
CHICAGO art institute 

Art appreciation; collection of drawings. Art 
institute of Chicago, il Arts & Activities 
55:28-9 P '64 

You yourself must set flame to the faggots 
which you have brought. M. B. King, il 
El Engl 40:781-4 N '63 
CHICAGO city Junior college 

Chicago student literary magazine. J. Brooks, 
il Jun Col J 34:29 S '63 

Junior college to offer nurses' training. Chi- 
cago Sch J 45:186-7 Ja '64 
CHICAGO schools Journal 

Editor takes leave; to serve in Vietnam. 
I. J. Suloway. Chicago Sch J 45:113 D "63 
CHICAGO. University 

Race relations on the campus. R. E. Lam- 
bert. Relig Ed 59:114-16 Ja '64 

Summer workshops at the University of Chi- 
cago. K. J. Rehage. El Sch J 64:415-19 My 
•64 
See also 

Conference on reading. University of Chicago 

Council of ten — Committee on institutional 
cooperation 

Graduate school of education 
Teacher- scholar: a two-year program; mas- 
ter of arts in teaching program. H. E. 
Beck. Nat Coram Teach Ed Prof Stand 
Official Report 1963:109-20 

Laboratory schools 

See also 
Chicago. University — University elementary 
school 



University elementary school 
Let's carve a log; a fourth grade project in 
yiP9^ sculpture. H. McWhinnie. il Sch Arts 
()3:lb-17 F '64 
CHICK embryos. See Embryology 
CHICKENS 

Chick nursery; new designs in chick hatching 
tpa^care. R. S. Vrana. diag Grade Teach 
5l:bR-/ + Ap 64 
Continual observation of a living chick em- 

25^6'27-f^D '63 '"■ ^^^^^ ''^^ ^^°' Teach 

Hatching chicks in the classroom. G. F. 
Warren, il Instr 73:31-t- Mr '64 
CHILD. See Children 
CHILD-adult relationship 
Effects of positive social reinforcement on 
regressed crawling of a nursery school 

chol^bs^SS-^i ¥%r ^""^ °*^"''^- ' ^^ ^'^- 

Remforcement effects of adult reactions and 

nonreactiona on children's achievement ex- 

&'efeYorf4:3y5-5?-Je''^f?^^"- ^^^^^°^ ^^''^ 

Social reinforcement effects on child behavior. 

F; P-,x?o''owitZ- bibliog J Nurs Ed 18:276- 

^Te'a^ch^?l^:f4- ^■-el^^''^'- *^^^"°^ " ^'^^^ 

CHILD beating. See Cruelty to children 

CHILD behavior rating scale 

Comparison of teacher and parent ratings 

on the child behavior rating scale for 800 

Pf !^f fy /upils. R. N. Cassel. J Ed Res 

CHILD care. See Day nurseries 
CHILD care courses 

Junior high schools 
Eighth-graders as baby sitters. C. Morse il 
Prac Forecast 9:43 O '63 
CHILD-centered school. See Progressive educa- 

CHILD development 

Analysis of the ego-stage development of 
school-age children. R. D. Boyd, biblios 
J Exp Ed 32:249-57 Spr '64 "^""OS 

■^°u^,.:.f^^f '■ v,^^Y^®Y of Widening world of 
childhood, by L. Murphy. M. B. McFarland 
J Nur.q Ed 18:290-4 S '63 ^vicrariana. 

Considerations in understanding characteris- 
tics of children and adolescents. S Eise- 
man. bibliog J Sch Health 33:468-70 D '63 

Continuity and change in coping resources of 
preschool children. L. B. Murphy J Nur=i 
Ed 19:78-87 Ja '64 -^vj-urpny. j iNurs 

Effect of childrearing practices on develop- 

S-®"^' of differential cognitive abilities. E. 

■R^,S\"S-^'^1^°^ Child . Develop 34:631-48 S '63 

Evaluating growth in art. J. j. Qrze il 

Instr 73:53-60 My '64 

^ n^'B^A^r: *Jln*^®T^?<.4- K. M. Cobb. Teach 

Col Rec 65:380-4 Ja 64 
Growing way. J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:36 Ja 

64 
How children develop intellectually. J M 

Hunt, bibliog il Children 11:83-91 My '64 
Human development and fundamental needs 

J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:87+ D '63 
Influence of breast feeding on children's be- 

93"-? My^63 ^®^'^*^®^'^- bibliog Children 10: 
Let's do more than look, let's research Mon- 

ia^o?^Ji S- .Edmonson, bibliog J Nurs Ed 

la . 00-41 IN Do 

Aif!^ t*° ^^- •^- ^r Gordon. Instr 73:28 Ap '64 
Need to do. J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:48 Mr '64 
Needs for guidance in the elementary school. 

L A. Wilson. Peabody J Ed 41:289-95 Mr 
64 
One man's meat, is^another man's poison 

^64 -^y^^^- Ji"- Grade Teach 81:15+ Ja 
Ontogeny of reading problems. C. Delacato. 

Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 27:119-25 '63 

2l'?4f5?f2 My °63^^^^' ^" '^^y^°''- ^^ Forum 
To change or not to change children's be- 
^^T^^V^X- J- ^- ,Gordon. Instr 73:44+ N '63 
What do we believe and wliat do we do as 

^^''^'^^^- -A- S- Grossman. Cwfdh Ed 4^1 
bb-tZ O 63 

Will they outgrow it? with study- discussion 
program by R. Strang. M J Barnes bib- 
liog P-TA Mag 58:8-10. 35 O '63 •^^"'^^- ^^''■ 

World stands out: review of Widening world 
of childhood; paths toward masterv? by L 
fg^ MufPhy. B. M. Caldwell, il Children lol 

See also 

Children — Language 

Emotional development 

Growth, Physical 

Mentally handicapped children— Growth and 
development v.* wwi,u ana 

School children— Growth and development 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILD development — Continued 

Research 

American longitudinal reisearch on psycho- 
logical development. J. Kagan. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:1-32 Mr '64 _ ^. „ . ^ 

Early childhood pedagogy. E. Radma. Soviet 
Ed 5:22-6 Ag '63 ^ ., . , 

Physiques of gifted children and their less 
gifted siblings. F. Laycock and J. S. Caylor. 
bibliog Child Develop 35:63-74 Mr '64 

Sex-role learning in early childhood. T. D. 
Spencer, bibliog J Nurs Ed 19:181-7 Ap '64 

Sixty-second yearbook; pt. 1, Child psy- 
chology. National society for the study of 
education. 550p bibliog il diags '63 The soc. 

Speech teacher's interest in research in child 
development; review of Handbook of re- 
search methods in child development, ed. 
by P. H. Mussen. M. Ogilvie and P, Lange. 
Speech Teach 13:64-7 Ja '64 

Studies in perceptual development: part- 
whole perception. D. Elkind and others, 
bibliog il Child Develop 35:81-90 Mr '64 

Three four-year-olds. H. A. Heath, bibliog 
il Child Develop 34:719-32 S '63 

Teaching 

Point of view concerning the teaching of 
human growth and development. L. M. 
Sause. Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand 
Official Report 1963:140-6 

Teaching for depth in child development. 
E. M. Ray. il Am Voc J 38:11-12 My '63 
CHILD guidance. See Personnel service 
CHILD guidance clinics ,. . , . 

Brain-injured child in a clinic population: a 
statistical description. M. D. Lezak and 
H. H. Dixon, jr. bibliog Excep Child 30: 
237-40 F '64 . . , i. 

Child guidance service in a municipal hos- 
pital; Boston city hospital. E. Pavenstedt. 
il Children 10:207-12 N '63 ., ^ ., „ ^ 

Diocesan child guidance center, il Cath Sch 
J 63:77-9 S '63 
CHILD health. See Children — Care and hygiene 
CHILD labor laws and legislation 

Do child labor laws prevent youth employ- 
ment? H. M. Haisch. J Negro Ed 33:182-5 
Spr '64 . , . , 

Working with the Juvenile employment law. 
N. McArthur. Mich Ed J 41:27 Ja '64 
CHILD-parent relationship. See Parent-child 

relationship 
CHILD placing 
See also 

Adoption 

Foster home care 
CHILD psychiatry ,. . , ^. 

Brain-injured child in a clinic population: a 
statistical description. M. D. Lezak and 
H. H. Dixon, jr. bibliog Excep Child 30: 
237-40 F '64 . . , , 

Child guidance service in a municipal hos- 
pital; Boston city hospital. E. Pavenstedt. 
il Children 10:207-12 N '63 

Family relations indicator; a projective tech- 
nique for investigating intra-family rela- 
tionships designed for use with emotionally 
disturbed children. J. G. Howells and J. R. 
Lickerish, bibliog il Brit J Ed Psychol 33: 
286-96 N '63 

Mental health problems of school children. 
S. S. Radin. J Sch Health 33:250-7 Je '63 

Social maladjustment and juvenile delin- 
quency from a psychiatric point of view. 
H. G. Moore, jr. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:454-9 Ag '63 
CHILD psychology 

Analysis of the ego- stage development of 
school-age children. R. D. Boyd, bibliog 
J Exp Ed 32:249-57 Spr '64 

Children's dreams; their expression and in- 
terpretation. H. Hofmann. 11 Childh Ed 40: 
143-6 N '63 

Children's fears and phobias; with study-dis- 
cussion program by R. Strang. H. H. Comly. 
il PTA Mag 58:7-9. 35 Mr '64 

Crv of hungry children. Sister Mary Hubert. 
Cath Sch J 64:33-5 Ja '64 

One man'is meat is another man's poison. J. 
L. Hymes. jr. Grade Teach 81:15+ Ja '64 

Psychological forces influencing curriculum 
decisions: the learner. N. D. Bowers. R Ed 
Res 33:268-9 Je '63 

Psychological theories and teacher training. 
J. W. Tibbie. Year Book of Ed 1963:85-94 

Psychology of preadolescence in teacher- 
pupil planning. D. M. Heller, bibliog f Mus 
Educators J 50:92-6 Ja '64 

Self concepts in children. A. S. Phillips, bib- 
liog Ed Res 6:104-9 P '64 



Treating children traumatized by hospitaliza- 
tion; a report from Poland. I. Bielicka and 
H. Olechnowicz. il Children 10:194-5 S '63 
See also 

Adolescence — Psychology 

Child-adult relationship 

Children — Nervous and mental disorders 

War and children 

Research 

Developmental theory in transition. U. Bron- 
fenbrenner. bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 
62 pt 1:517-42 '63 

Sixty-second yearbook; pt. 1, Child psy- 
chology. National society for the study of 
education. 550p bibliog il diags '63 The soc. 
CHILD refugees. See Refugee children 
CHILD study 

Birth order and social reinforcer effectiveness 
in children. J. B. Gilmore and E. Zigler. 
bibliog Child Develop 35:193-200 Mr '64 

Conservation of weight in deaf and hearing 
children. H. G. Furth. Child Develop 35: 
143-50 Mr '64 

Creative school mental health program. J. C. 
Lafferty and others. Nat El Prin 43:28-35 
Ap '64 

Differences in parent and child reports of 
the child's experience in the use of money. 
H. R. Marshall, bibliog J Ed Psychol 54: 
132-7 Je '63 

Effects of instruction on the stage placement 
of children in Piaget's seriation experi- 
ments. A. F. Coxford, jr. Arith Teach 11: 
4-9 Ja '64 

Experimental examination of the size-weight 
illusion in your children. H. B. Robinson, 
bibliog il Child Develop 35:91-107 Mr "64 

Experimental variables affecting the con- 
formity behavior of children. I. Iscoe and 
M. S. Williams, bibliog J Personal 31:234-46 
Je '63 

Modification of children's judgments by a 
simulated group technique: a normative 
developmental study. I. Iscoe and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:963-78 D '63 

Observing behavior in children as a function 
of stimulus novelty. J. H. Cantor and 
G. N. Cantor, il diags Child Develop 35: 
119-28 Mr '64 

Patterns of imitative behavior in young 
children. W. W Hartup. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:183-91 Mr '64 
See also 

Adolescence 

Child development 

Child psychology 

Moving pictures in child study 

Parent-child relationship 

Play 

Bibliography 

Book page. See issues of Journal of nursery 
education 

IVIethodology 

Short term prospective model, the illusion 
of time, and the tabula rasa child. C. 
Wenar and S. C. Wenar. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:697-708 S '63 
CHILD study laboratories 

Specs for a child development laboratory. V. 
Danley. plan Am Sch & Univ 36:32-3 Ap 
'64 
CHILD training 

Affluent child; with study-discussion program. 

D. Harris and E. Harris. PTA Mag 58:27-9, 
35-6 Mr '64 

Child and the society; excerpts from De- 
velopment in early childhood: the preschool 
years. D. B. Gardner. Sch & Soc 92:157-61 
Ap 4 '64 

Conscience and character; with study-dis- 
cussion program by R. Strang. G. Langdon 
and I. W. Stout, bibliog il PTA Mag 58:4-6, 
35 F '64 

Dimensional analysis of child-rearing at- 
titudes of parents of handicapped children. 
J. J. Cook, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:354-61 N '63 

Effect of childrearing practices on develop- 
ment of differential cognitive abilities. E. 
Bing. bibliog Child Develop 34:631-48 S '63 

Etiology and covariation of obstinacy, order- 
liness, and parsimony in young children. 

E. M. Hetherington and T. Brackbill. bib- 
liog Child Develop 34:919-43 D '63 

Helping children cope with stress; with study- 
discussion program by R. Strang. B. J Le- 
Shan. bibliog il PTA Mag 58:7-9, 35 Ja '64 

Investigation of some child-rearing attitudes 
of mothers with retarded children. H P. 
Dingman and others, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 67:899-908 My '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



95 



CHILD training — Continued 

Occupational type and Traditional family 
ideolosy. R. G. Johnson, bibliog Child De- 
velop 34:509-12 Je '63 

Relation of childhood intelligence, maternal 
behaviors, and social class to behavior dur- 
ing adolescence. J. Kasan and M. Freeman. 
biblioEC Child Develop 34:899-911 D '63 

They have to oe taught to play; with study- 
discussion program. R. Strang, bibliog il 
PTA Mag 58:32-5 N '63 

What do we believe and what do we do as 
parents? J. S. Grossman. Childh Ed 40: 
66-72 O '63 

When children get on your nerves; sympo- 
sium, with study-discussion program by R. 
Strang, il PTA Mag 58:21-3. 35 Ap '64 
See also 

Discipline 

Parent-child relationship 

Punishment 

Research 

Childrearlng practices and moral develop- 
ment: generalizations from empirical re- 
search. M. L. Hoffman, bibliog Child De- 
velop 34:295-318 Je '63 
CHILD welfare 

Why not plow the young children under? R. 
Gans. J Nurs Ed 19:69-72 Ja '64 
See also 

Children — Care and hygiene 

Children — Charities, protection, etc. 

Childrens villages 

Cruelty to children 

Day nurseries 

Juvenile courts 

United Nations childrens fund 

Case studies 

Protective casework for abused children. 
J. D. Delsordo. Children 10:213-18 N '63 

Toward prevention of child abuse; Children's 
hospital of Philadelphia. M. G. Morris and 
others, bibliog il Children 11:55-60 Mr '64 

Ceylon 
Child welfare in a developing country. J. R. 
Parsons, il Children 10:98-103 My '63 

Finland 
Children's castle in Finland, il Times Ed Sup 
2541:226-7 Ja 31 '64 

Great Britain 
Caring for the deprived; implications of the 

child care bill. W. Brierley. Times Ed Sup 

25ri6:1199 My 31 '63 
Neglected children: the cure. Times Ed Sup 

2496:586 Mr 22 '63 
Pushing them around; children come first. 

I. Jones. Times Ed Sup 2525:493 O 11 '63 

Illinois 
New resource: Department of children and 
family services. D. Brieland. map III Ed 
52:388-9-f My '64 

North Carolina 
Child welfare worker in a program for 
migrants; Tri-county citizen's committee on 
migratory labor. Camden County. North 
Carolina. E. C. Crocker, il Children 10:87-92 
My '63 

Scotland 
Fragmentary authorities; Scottish child care. 
Times Ed Sup 2524:443 O 4 '63 

United States 
Can we afford misery? C. Karraker. bibliog 

il J Nurs Ed 19:88-95 Ja '64 
Children deprived of belonging. S. Norman. 

J Nurs Ed 18:285-9 S '63 
Dependent children. Children 10:159-60 Jl 

'63 
Our responsibilities to children. A. J. Cele- 
brezze. J Nurs Ed 19:169-72 Ap '64 
CHILD welfare workers. See Social workers 
CHILDCRAFT 

Childcraft: the why and how library. E. B. 
Mack. Instr 73:28 My '64 
CHILDHOOD education association. See Asso- 
ciation for childhood education international 
CHILDREN 
Glimpses of children by an American travel- 
er; photographs. M. Clymer. Cliildh Ed 
40:76 O '63 
See also 
African children 
Birth order 
Crippled children 
Family life 

Latin American children 
Negro children 



Nursery school children 
Preschool children 
Problem children 
School children 
Siblings 
Tibetan children 

Anecdotes and sayings 

Editor's notebook; bright sayings of chil- 
dren. M. S. Fcnner. NEA J 5;!:78 Ap '64 

Mona Lisa; comments by kindergartners. 
E. Sangiuliano and A. G. O'Sullivan il 
Grade Teach 81:40-1 S '63 

Universal creativity of early childhood; re- 
view of From two to five, by K. I. Chukov- 
sku, tr. by M. Morton. I. Kraft. Children 
11:113-14 My '64 

Anthropometry 
Physiques of gifted children and their less 
gifted siblings. F. Laycock and J. S. 
Caylor. bibliog Child Develop 35:63-74 Mr 
•64 

Care and hygiene 

Accent on prevention through improved serv- 
ice. A. J. Lesser, bibliog Children 11:13-18 
Ja '64 

Tour child's health. L. W. Sauer. See is- 
sues of PTA magazine December 1962- 
See also 

Child care courses 

Pediatric nurses 

Charities, protection, etc. 
Parents who abuse children. V. De Francis. 

il PTA Mag 58:16-18 N '63 
Protective casework for abused children. J. 

D. Delsordo. Children 10:213-18 N '63 
Toward prevention of child abuse; Children's 

hospital of Philadelphia. M. G. Morris and 

others, bibliog il Children 11:55-60 Mr '64 
See also 
Foster home care 

Crime 
See Juvenile delinquency 

Day care 

See Day nurseries 

Diseases 
Tour child's health. L. W. Sauer. See issues 
of PTA magazine December 1962- 
See also 
Children — Nervous and mental disorders 
Heart — Diseases 
Measles 

Education 
See Education; Education of children 

Institutional care 

New horizons for monotones. D. E. Robison. 
Mus Educators J 50:43+ Ap '64 

Rigidity and social reinforcement effects in 
the performance of institutionalized and 
nonmstitutionalized normal and retarded 
children. E. Zigler. bibliog J Personal 31: 
258-69 Je '63 

Treating children traumatized by hospital- 
ization; a report from Poland. I. Bielicka 
and H. Olechnowicz. il Children 10:194-5 S 
'63 

Language 

Administrative responsibilities for guiding a 
school staff in interrelating reading and 
the language arts; community speech pat- 
terns and their effect upon the reading 
program. D. R. Thomas. Conf on Read 
Univ Chicago 25:228-32 '63 

Adult verbal behavior with retarded children 
labeled as high or low in verbal ability. G. 
M. Siegel. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
417-24 N '63 

Challenging the expanding-environment the- 
ory. R. O. Smith and C. F. Cardinell. So- 
cial Ed 28:141-3 Mr '64 

Children and oral language. Joint committee 
of the Association for childhood education 
international. Association for supervision 
and curriculum development. International 
readmg association and the National coun- 
cil of teachers of English. Childh Ed 40: 
139-42 N '6?,; Same. Ed Lead 21:101-4 N '63; 
El Engl 40:731-4 N '63; Read Teach 17: 

Children and their language patterns. G. 
Caramarota and M. Botel. Instr 73:26-7 S 
'63 

Effects of speech therapi' upon certain lin- 
guistic skills of first-grade children. R. B. 
Irwin, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 28: 
375-81 N '63 

Guiding language development. Calif J EI E(? 
31:224-36 My '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



C H I L D R E N — Language — Continued 

Helping poorly languaged children. A. Frazier. 
Ki Engl 41:140-53 F '64 

Identifying speech disorders in the classroom. 
N E. Wood, bibliog Sch Life 45:6-8 Mr '63 

Impact of individual dilferences on language 
learning. A. M. Mulholland. bibliog Excep 
Child 30:359-64 Ap '64 „ 

Importance of children's oral language. E. 
Hunter. Grade Teach Sl:51-t- Ap '64 

Intelligence-test performance of children 
from bilingual environments. J. E. Kittell. 
bibliog El Sch J 64:76-83 N '63 

Language builds understanding of human re- 
lationships. M. S. Woods, il Grade Teach 
81:56-1- Ap '64 , ^. .^ 

Magic of words: language creativity. Sister 
Fridian. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:400-1 

Speech pattern and etiology in mental 
retardation. I. Blanchard. Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:612-17 Mr '64 

Speech teacher's interest in research m child 
development; review of Handbook of re- 
search methods in child development, ed. 
by P. H. Mussen, M. Ogilvie and P. Lange. 
Speech Teach 13:64-7 Ja '64 

Stability of language age modifications over 
time. M. Mueller and J. O. Smith. Am J 
Men Deficiency 68:537-9 Ja '64 

Study of some influencing factors upon and 
the nature of young children's written lan- 
guage. L. A. Wilson. J Exp Ed 31:371-80 
Sum '63 . . , , .,., . 

Universal creativity of early childhood; re- 
view of From two to five, by K. I. Chukov- 
sku, tr. by M. Morton. I. Kraft. Children 
11:113-14 My '64 

Vocabulary: speaking, listening, reading, and 
writing. H. M. Robinson. Conf on Read 
Univ Chicago 25:167-76 '63 

What did you say, dear? J. A. McDonald. 
Grade Teach 81:18-1- Ja '64 

Research 

Growth and sequence of language. D. V. 
Smith. Conf on Read Univ Chicago 25:13- 
22 '63 

Language development. S. M. Ervin and 
W. R. Miller, bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed 
Yrbk 62 pt 1:108-43 '63 

Language study of selected early readers. 
C R Oakes and G. P. Plessas. bibliog Calif 
j'Ed Res 14:178-86 S '63 

Oral language performance of premature 
children and controls. K. de Hirsch and 
others, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
60-9 F '64 

Research on articulation development. M. C. 
Templin. J Nurs Ed 19:106-14 Ja '64 

Syntactic structures in the language of chil- 
dren. P. Menyuk. bibliog Child Develop 34: 
407-22 Je '63 

Understanding vocabulary of first-grade pu- 
pils. W. S. Ames. El Engl 41:64-8 Ja '64 

Law 
Do children have rights? M. G. Paulsen, il 

PTA Mag 58:7-9 F '64 
Social maladjustment and .iuvenile delin- 
quency from a judicial point of view. M. J. 
Carroll. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:459-65 Ag 
'63 

Management and training 

See Child training 

Mental hygiene 
Atomic age, the nonlearning child, the 

parent. I. N. Berlin. Ed Lead 21:444-74- Ap 

'64 
Case of Andrew Miller: a retarded reader of 

above average intelligence. H. Schwartz- 
berg. El Sch J 64:200-4 Ja '64 
Children face crises, too. P. M. Anderson, il 

Int J Relig Ed 40:11-13+ Ap '64 
Children's ward. A. Ketels. il Mich Ed J 41: 

22-3 My '64 
Do your teachers need psychological help? 

D. J. Healy. Sch Mgt 7:74-f D '63 
Growing way. J. W. Gordon. Instr 73:36 Ja 

'64 
Guide for parents: your child's mental 

health. W. W. Wattenberg. bibliog il NEA 

J 5:;:?.5-50 F '64 
Help for the problem child. A. C. Henry, il 

OTA J 59:40-1 O '63 
History lesson. M. E. Jenkins. PTA Mag 

58:2-3 Ja '64 
Issues in mental health. J. W. Gordon. See 

issues of Instructor September 1963- 
Maladjusted pupils: trends in post-war theory 

and practice. M. Chazan. bibliog Ed Res 

6:29-41 N '63 
Mental health problems of school children. 

S. S. Radin. J Sch Health 33:250-7 Je '63 



New horizons for monotones. D. E. Robison. 
Mus Educators J 50:43+ Ap '64 

Noncontribution to educational research; re- 
view of Educating emotionally disturbed 
children, by N. G. Haring and E. L. Phil- 
lips. B. Bettelheim. Harvard Ed R 33:326-35 
Sum '63; Reply. 33:521-2 Fall '63 

Relation of Mental health analysis scores to 
teacher ratings of mental health status of 
elementary pupils. J. C. Bledsoe, bibliog J 
Ed Res 56:488-91 My '63 

Role of the school and the conamunity in 
menial health programs. L. A. Stringer. 
J Sch Health 33:385-90 N '63 

Screening in schools for behavior disorders: 
use of mothers' reports of symptoms. J. C. 
Glidewell and others, bibliog J Ed Res 56: 
508-15 Jl '63 

Teacher education and the study of teacher 
classroom behavior. M. V. DeVault and 
others. TIP 3:21-5 F '64 

Teacher's responsibility for pupils' mental 
health. R. W. Strowig. El Sch J 64:310-17 
Mr '64 
See also 

Mental hygiene — Elementary schools 

Nervous and mental disorders 

Brain-injured child in a clinic population: a 
statistical description. M. D. Lezak and 
H. H. Dixon, jr. bibUog Excep Child 30:237- 
40 F '64 

Can kindergarten teachers be trained to 
identify emotionally handicapped children? 
L. Blum and J. Raths. El Sch J 64:242-5 F 
•64 

Critical factors influencing educational pro- 
gramming for disturbed children. P. Kno- 
block. bibliog Excep Child 30:124-9 N '63 

Dance for psychotic children. J. Gewertz. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:63-4 Ja '64 

Disease and delinquency. R. I. Jaslow and 
G. Ebling. jr. il PTA Mag 57:18-20 Je '63 

Family relations indicator; a projective tech- 
nique for investigating intra-family rela- 
tionships designed for use with emotionally 
disturbed children. J. G. Howells and J. R. 
Lickorish. bibliog il Brit J Ed Psychol 33: 
286-96 N '63 

Follow-up study of elementary school chil- 
dren exempted from Los Angeles city 
schools during 1960-1961. D. J. Lyons and 
V. Powers, bibliog Excep Child 30:155-62 
D '63 

Maladjusted pupils: trends in post-war the- 
ory and practice. M. Chazan. bibliog Ed 
Res 6:29-41 N '63 

Mutual benefit program between university 
and mental hospital. A. Brady. Peabody J 
Ed 40:348-52 My '63 

Rehabilitating disturbed adolescents. T. 
Seligman. H Points 45:59-65 D '63 

Snowball of disturbance. E. Oakeshott. il 
Times Ed Sup 2542:289 F 7 '64 

Some basic considerations in the education 
of emotionally disturbed children. H. C. 
Quay, bibliog Excep Child 30:27-31 S '63 

Teaching an emotionally-disturbed, brain- 
injured child. N. Miller. Read Teach 17:460- 

5 Mr '64 

Teaching industrial arts to the emotionally 
disturbed student. H. L. Foster. Ind Arts 

6 Voc Ed 53:22-3 Ja '64 

Teaching reading to an autistic boy through 
operant conditioning. F. M. Hewett. Read 
Teach 17:613-18 My '64 

Visual discrimination and social reinforce- 
ment in normal and emotionally dis- 
turbed boys. R. M. Knights, bibliog J Per- 
sonal 32:145-61 Mr '64 

Walls are built with all sorts of things; 
story. V. E. Johnson. El Sch J 64:428-9 My 
'64 

Bibliography 

Selected references from the literature on 
exceptional children; emotionally disturbed 
(cont) ed. by W. C. Kvaraceus and B. 
Blatt. El Sch J 64:341-2 Mr '64 

Research 
Educational disability in emotionally dis- 
turbed children. F. B. Stone and V. N. 
Rowley. Excep Child 30:423-6 My '64 

Nutrition 

See also 
Nursery school children — Nutrition 
School children — Nutrition 

Religion 
As children see the church. A. E. McMichael. 

il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-11+ Mr '64 
Birthday in heaven. Sister Mary Rose 

Patricia. Cath Sch J 64:65+ P '64 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



97 



CH I L D R E N — Religion — Continued 
Children and youth in today's church; sym- 
posium. Reliff Ed 58:377-94 Jl '63 
Children ask. about God. A. L.. Goddard. 11 

Int J Relis Ed 40:20-2 .la '64 
Forlorn anjiels; sloiy. P. Schulz. Int J Relig 

Ed 40:4-5 D '63 
God in their own lives. M. G. Hummel, il 

Int J Reli.s: Ed 40:8-10 Ja '64 
LitUe children ask biK questions. M. E. 

Venable. 11 Int J Relig: Ed 40:4-6 O '63 
Relision in the developing; personality. Sis- 
ter Margaret Louise. Nat Cath Ed Assn 

Bui 60:527-31 As '63 
Teaching religion in kindergarten. M. M. 

Lanham. Cath Sch J 64:35-7 F '64 
Threat of destruction. E. B. Laubach. il 

Int J Relig Ed 40:12-13-1- Mr '64 
Unspoiled. . . Sister Mary Lorenzo. Cath Sch 

J 64:37-8 Mr '64 
Was Jesus born like me? questions children 

ask about Jesus. F. W. Eastman. 11 Int 

J Relig Ed 40:16-17-1- D '63 
What parents want from the church. R. K. 

Bell. 11 Int J Relig Ed 40:6-7 Mr '64 
You can't help teaching your faith. L. H. 

DeWolf. il Int J Relig Ed 39:4-5-(- Jl '63 

Research 

Children's questions and coinments about the 
Christian faith. F. Eastman. Relig Ed 58: 
545-9+ N '63 

Researches in religious thinking. R. J. Gold- 
man, bibliog Ed Res 6:139-55 F '64 

Surgery 

Plastic and reconstructive surgery for chil- 
dren. L. W. Sauer. PTA Mag 58:33-4 Ap '64 

Great Britain 
Children at play. G. Thomas; S. Coates; 
P. Abbatt. il Times Ed Sup 2508:1297-301 Je 
14 '63 
See also 
School children — Great Britain 

Hawaii 

See ulso 
School children — Hawaii 

India 

See nlso 
School children — India 

Israel 

Response to transgression in stories by Israeli 
children. Z. Luria and others, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:271-80 Je '63 

Russia 

See ulso 
School children — Russia 

Taiwan 

See also 
School children — Taiwan 

Thailand 

See also 
School children — Thailand 

United States 

Not-yet-literate minority. G. R. Hawkes. J 
Nurs Ed 19:98-9 Ja '64 

Response to transgression in stories by Israeli 
children. Z. Luria and others, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:271-80 Je '63 
CHILDREN, Adopted. See Adoption 
CHILDREN, Backward 

Perceptual training with young mental re- 
tardates. N. M. Chansky and M. Taylor, 
bibliog il Am J Men Deficiency 68:460-8 Ja 
'64 

Reading ability and CMAS scores in educable 
mentally retarded boys. R. Reger. bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 68:652-5 Mr '64 

Stability of language age modifications over 
time. M. Mueller and J. O. Smith. Am J 
Men Deficiencv 68:537-9 Ja "64 

Stitchery and the retarded child. B. Mc- 
Millin. il Sch Arts 63:18-19 Ja '64 

Verbal pretraining and discrimination learn- 
ing by retardates. D. J. Dickerson and 
others, bibliog il Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
476-84 Ja '64 

Word meaning difficulties. M. Wozencraft. El 
Engl 41:44-6 Ja '64 
See nlso 

High school students. Mentally inferior 

Junior high school students. Mentally inferior 

Mentally handicapped children 

Education 
Academic expectancies of slow-learning deaf 
children. G. J. Leshin and L. V. Stahlecker; 
reply. S. A. Warren and M. J. Kraus. jr. 
Volta R 65:351-2-f S '63 



Audio-visual education for the retarded. K. 

C. Cotter. El Sch J 63:441-7 My '63 
Chicago's vocational guidance and education 

centers; a program for over-age elementary 

school youth. N. F. Simeon, il Chicago 

Sch J 45:15-21 O '63 
Composition time: smiles or frowns? Sister 

Mary Ruth. Cath Sch J 63:43 D '63 
Fun, fact, and fancy. C. K. Parrish. Arith 

Teach 11:39-41 Ja '64 
Group flexibility. M. Adler. Ohio Sch 42:26 

Mr '64 
How to reach potential dropouts before they 

quit. J. Abramowitz. Sch Mgt 8:64-74- F '64 
I got another one right. Miss Brown; pro- 
gramed instruction for retarded children. 

J. L. Kunkel. bibliog Av Instr 8:580-1 O '63 
In slow gear: a marionette performance. M. 

A. Young. Instr 73:85 Ja '64 
In slow gear: on teaching arithmetic to slow 

learners. C. A. Riedesel. Instr 73:28 N '63 
In slow gear: social studies unit with slow 

learners. P. R. Jones. Instr 73:604- S '63 
In slow gear: widening our horizons. A. Pool. 

Instr 73:56 Ap '64 
Planning for the educable mentally retarded. 

H. Goldstein. NEA J 53:34-5 My '64 
Sequential program to develop textural sen- 
sitivity. P. A. Sisk. il Sch Arts 63:21-6 

Ja '64 
Some ego factors associated with academic 

success and failure of educable mentally re- 
tarded pupils. G. F. McCoy, bibliog Excep 

Child 30:80-4 O '63 
Special education for the slow learner. N. 

Chidley. bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 3:204-15 

S '63 
Too close to normalcy: parental involvement 

in the education of slow learners. J. R. 

Thurston. Clearing House 38:296-8 Ja '64 
Try choric dramatization with slow learners. 

E. Stem. Instr 73:68-9 O '63 

Bibliographp 
Selected references from the literature on ex- 
ceptional children; mentally retarded (cont) 
ed. by W. C. Kvaraceus and B. Blatt. El 
Sch J 64:342-4 Mr '64 

California 
Retarded children teach; a day in a special 
education class. L. W. Campbell, il Calif Ed 
1:9-104- Ja '64 

Great Britain 
Special teaching needed; education a sham. 

Times Ed Sup 2501:875 Ap 26 '63 
Towards the working world. S. S. Segal. 

il Times Ed Sup 2542:288 F 7 '64 

Russia 
Problems in overcoming failures in learning. 
N. Menchinskaia and Z. Kalmykova. So- 
viet Ed 5:9-14 O '63 

Research 

Comparison of individual and group adminis- 
trations of the Full-range picture vocab- 
ulai-y test. L. Simkins and J. Burgin. 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:189-92 D '63 

Great Britain 
Changes in Terman-Merrill I.Qs of educa- 
tionally sub-normal boys. C. S. Rushton 
and A. E. Stockwin. bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 33:132-42 Je '63 
CHILDREN, Crippled. See Crippled children 
CHILDREN, Cruelty to. See Cruelty to chil- 
dren 
CHILDREN, Deformed. See Deformities 
CHILDREN, Exceptional 
Interests of professionals in fields of excep- 
tionality. M. J. Appell and others, bibliog 
Voc Guid Q 12:43-5 Autumn '63 
New concepts of intelligence and their effect 
on exceptional children. J. J. Gallagher and 
J. W. Moss, bibliog Excep Child 30:1-5 
S '63 
Walls are built with all sorts of things; 
story. V. E. Johnson. El Sch J 64:428-9 My 
64 
See also 
Children — Nervous and mental disorders 
Children, Backward 
Children, Gifted 
Mentally handicapped children 
Problem children 

Bibliography 

Current literature. See issues of Exceptional 
children 

Selected references from the literature on ex- 
ceptional children (cont) ed. by W C. 
Kvaraceus and B. Blatt. El Sch J 64:341-7 
Mr '64 



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CHILDREN, Exceptional — Continued 

Education 

In slow gear; class for the brain-damaged. 
K. Hemmer. Instr 73:10+ My '64 

Meeting the needs of exceptional children. 
W. B. Barbe. Kd 84:47U-9 Ap "04 . 

Special help for special children; the brain- 
injured child. C. Kounsaville. Tex Outl 
47:36-7 O '63 • .- t, *i. u 

Teaching reading to an autistic boy through 
operant conditioning. F. M. Hewett. Read 
Teach 17:613-18 My '64 
See ulso 

Special education 

Great Britain 
Snowball of disturbance. E. Oakeshott. il 
Times Ed Sup 2542:289 F 7 '64 
CHILDREN, Gifted , ^ ■ ■ . 

Attitudes of university faculty, administra- 
tors, teachers, supervisors, and university 
students toward the gifted. J. , L. Wiener 
and H. E. O'Siiea. Excep Child 30:163-5 

Creative reading and the gifted student. J. J. 
DeBoer. Read Teach 16:435-41 My 63 

Early years of the gifted child: a psycho- 
analytic interpretation. P. Greenacre. Year 
Book of Ed 1962:71-90 , . „ , „^.^^ 

Gifted and the creative student. P. A. Witty. 
Sch & Soc 92:183-5 Ap 18 '64 

Gifted child. C. Burt. Year Book of Ed 1962: 
1-59 

Jungian concept of the gifted child. J. L. 
Hendenson. Year Book of Ed 1962:91-8 

Physiques of gifted children and their less 
gifted siblings. F. Laycock and J. S. 
Caylor. bibliog Child Develop 35:63-74 Mr 
'64 

Prereading experiences of selected early 
readers. G. P. Plessas and C. R. Oakes. 
bibliog Read Teach 17:241-5 Ja '64 

Professional roles in the vocational guidance 
of gifted children. D. G. Ferguson, bib- 
liog Voc Guid Q 11:241-6 Sum '63 

Realization of talent among children and 
young people. E. M. Drews. Year Book of 
Ed 1962:366-87 , ,^ ,^ 

Spelling ability of a self-taught reader. Y. M. 
Goodman and K. S. Goodman, bibliog El 
Sch J 64:149-54 D '63 ^^^„ ^.^^ ^ ^.,^ 

Year book of education, 1962; Gifted child. 
541p bibliog '62 Harcourt 
ijSee ulso 

High school students. Mentally superior 

Junior high school students, Mentally supe- 
rior 

Case studies 
Boy who read at eighteen months. S. Kripp- 
ner. bibliog Excep Child 30:105-9 N '63 

Education 

Administrative guides for helping gifted chil- 
dren. A. F. Isaacs. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
60:389-90 Ag '63 

Arithmetic enrichment through the use of 
the modified program. C. A. Riedesel. Arith 
Teach 10:501-3 D '63 . , _ 

Balanced reading program for the gifted. P. 
A. Witty, bibliog Read Teach 16:418-24 My 

Challenge to health educators; development 

of a program for the gifted. W. C. Burgess. 

J Sch Health 33:395-8 N '63 
Challenging the gifted pupil. S. W. Tiedt and 

I. M. Tiedt. Instr 73:64+ S '63 
Curriculum for the gifted. D. A. Worcester. 

Am Sch Bd J 146:13-14 Je '63 ., , 

Education of the academically gifted: a 

Trojan horse? P. M. Kahn. Nat Assn Sec 

Sch Prin Bui 47:22-5 D '63 ^ ., 

Education without a roof. N. Parent. Ed 

84:235-41 D '63 
Enrichment for gifted pupils: its nature and 

nurture. L. M. Lessinger. bibliog Excep 

Child 30:119-22 N '63 
Evolution of a program for the gifted. 

O. H. Bovee. Clearing House 38:412-14 Mr 

'64 
Exploring rate graphs with gifted ten-year- 
olds. B. Lansdown. Arith Teach 11:146-9 

Mr '64 
Gifted children and learning experiences. N. 

L. Pielstick. bibliog J Ed Res 57:125-30 N 

'63 
Grouping for the gifted. M. M. Pilch. Minn 

J Ed 44:21 Ap '64 
Identifying and planning for the gifted in 

science. N. Bryan. Instr 73:61-2+ Ja '64 
Integrated program for the gifted. R. L. 

Hamm. Minn J Ed 44:8 D '63 
Program for gifted children. M. W. Maybury 

and G. S. Lesser. El Sch J 64:94-101 N 

'63 



Reading instruction in special classes for 

gifted elementary children. W. B. Barbe 

and D. E. Norris. Read Teach 16:425-8 My 

'63 
Special facility for special education, il Sen 

Mgt 7:76 O '63 
Spelling achievement of above-average pupils. 

Sister Josephina. bibliog El Engl 40:608-10+ 

O '63 
Teaching the superior reader. N. P. CriscuolO. 

bibliog Ed 84:163-5 N '63 
See also 
Acceleration (education) 

Bibliography 

Selected references from the literature on ex- 
ceptional children; gifted (cont) ed. by W. 
C. Kvaraceus and B. Blatt. El Sch J 64:346- 
7 Mr '64 

Research 

Ability of elementary-school children to 
learn the new mathematics. P. Suppes. TIP 
3:57-61 Ap '64 

Effects of accelerating bright older elemen- 
tary pupils: a follow up. H. J. Klausmeier. 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:165-71 Je '63 

Research and educational improvement. H. J. 
Klausmeier. bibliog Teach Col J 34:139-41 
Mr '63 

Some research- related thoughts on education 
of the gifted. M. C. Reynolds, bibliog Excep 
Child 30:6-12 S '63 

California 
Education of talented and able youth in 

San Diego elementary schools, il Calif Ed 

1:7-10 D '63 
Recent developments in education for gifted 

pupils in California. P. D. Plowman and 

J. P. Rice, jr. il Calif Ed 1:3-8 Ja '64 

New Zealand 
Identification of the gifted in a largely 

egalitarian society (New Zealand) R. 

Winterbourn. Year Book of Ed 1962:236- 

45 

Russia 
Education of the gifted in the USSR. B. K. 

Press, bibliog Excep Child 30:241-4 F '64 
Evolution of psychological theories of gifted- 

ness in the Soviet Union. N. Hans. Year 

Book of Ed 1962:99-105 

Spain 
Methods of selecting the gifted: a Spanish 
assessment. V. Garcia Hoz. bibliog Year 
Book of Ed 1962:281-94 

Identification 

Abbreviated WISC for use with gifted ele- 
mentary school children. J. M. Thompson 

and C. J. Finley. bibliog Calif J Ed Res 

14:167-77 S '63 
Creativity and the gifted child. P. R. Givens. 

bibliog f Ed Theory 13:128-31 Ap '63 
Detection of ability in America. R. F. De- 

Haan. Year Book of Ed 1962:216-25 
Gifted underachiever. J. Cauthen. il Tex Outl 

48:30-1 Ap '64 
Identifying and planning for the gifted in 

science. N. Bryan. Instr 73:61-2+ Ja '64 
Identifying the gifted child in the average 

classroom. B. W. Davis, bibliog f Peabody 

J Ed 41:28-32 Jl '63 
Methods of selecting the gifted: a Spanish 

assessment. V. Garcia Hoz. bibliog Year 

Book of Ed 1962:281-94 
Parameters and categories of talent. J. P. 

Guilford. Year Book of Ed 1962:115-24 
Program for gifted children. M. W. Maybury 

and G. S. Lesser. El Sch J 64:94-101 N '63 
Search for talented pupils. R. A. Schena. 

bibliog J Exp Ed 32:27-41 Fall '63 

Research 
Changing concepts of intelligence and crea- 
tivity. E. E. Werner, bibliog J Nurs Ed 
19:164-8 Ap '64 
Personality differences between high-achiev- 
ing and low-achieving gifted children. W. 
K. Durr and R. R. Schmatz. Read Teach 
17:251-4 Ja '64 

CHILDREN, Handicapped. See Blind; Children. 
Partially seeing; Crippled children; Deaf; 
Handicapped 

CHILDREN, Illegitimate. See Illegitimacy 

CHILDREN, Maladjusted. See Children— Mental 
hygiene 

CHILDREN, Negro. See Negro children 

CHILDREN, Partially seeing 

Education 
Developing community interest in partially 
seeing children. H. Schaper. Sight-Saving 
R 34:26-30 Spr '64 



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99 



CHILDREN, Partially seeing— Education — Gont. 
Educator's need for ophthalmolosical guid- 
ance. P. K. Root. Sight-Savins R 33:94-7 
Sum '63 ,, , 

Ophthalmologist's need for guidance from 
educators of the partially seeing. A. E. 
Sloane. Sight-Saving R 33:140-4 Fall '63 

Research 
Intensive differential diagnosis of partially 
seeing children to determine the implica- 
tions of education. M. B. Karnes and J. P. 
Wollersheim. bibliog Excep Child 30:17-25 
S '63 
CHILDREN, Precocious. See Children, Gifted 
CHILDREN, Problem. See Problem children 
CHILDREN, Psychopathic. See Children- 
Nervous and mental disorders 
CHILDREN, Refugee. See Refugee children 
CHILDREN, Retarded. See Children. Back- 

w^ard; Mentally handicapped children 
CHILDREN, Talented. See Children. Gifted 
CHILDREN, Underprivileged. See Child welfare; 
School children — Social and economic status 
CHILDREN, Unstable. See Children— Mental 

hygiene 
CHILDREN and art 
Art and blind children. M. Bains, il Sch 
Arts 63:3-9 Ja '64 , ,^, 

Children and the arts. B. L. Mattil. 11 Childh 

Ed 40:286-91 F '64 
Evaluating growth in art. J. J. Orze. il Instr 

73:53-60 My '64 
Matter of feeling. R. Roderick, il Arts & 

Activities 54:26-7 Ja '64 
Out of the mouths of very babes. I. N. Wil- 
liams, il Arts & Activities 55:28-9 Mr '64 
Relationship of picture preference to de- 
velopmental status in drawing. H. P. 
Lewis, bibliog J Ed Res 57:43-6 S '63 
CHILDREN and war. See War and children 
CHILDREN as photographers. See Photogra- 
phers 
CHILDREN in literature 
Lord of the flies: Beelzebub revisited. B. Old- 
sey and S. Weintraub. bibliog f Col Engl 
25:90-9 N '62 
Shakespeare's use of children. A. J. Hiken. 
bibliog f Ed Theatre J 15:241-8 O '63 
CHILDREN of migrant laborers. See School 

children — Migration 
CHILDREN of service men 
Establishing counseling priorities. T. M. 
Cheney and M. E. Van Lydegraf. bibliog 
Voc Guid Q 11:297-300 Sum '63 

Education 
O.H.M.S. Times Ed Sup 2505:1149 My 24 '63 
Service child; strategy's toll. Times Ed Sup 

2501:877 Ap 26 '63; Discussion. 2503:997; 

2504:1066 My 10-17 '63 
See also 
Military post schools, American 
Military post schools, British 
CHILDREN of teachers 
Family recreation for university faculty. 

D. O. Matthews, il J Health Phys Ed Rec 

35:33-5 Mr '64 
Grinnell college Faculty kids club. K. Elliott. 

il J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:73 S '63 
Tuition reciprocity: a new approach. T. L. 

Davidson and R. L. Stutz. AAUP Bui 49: 

243-4 S "63 

CHILDRENS amusements 

See also 

Play 
CHILDRENS apperception test 

Animal vs. human figures in a picture story 
test for young, mentally backward chil- 
dren. M. Budoff. bibliog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 68:245-50 S '63 
CHILDRENS art 

Art by young Latin Americans, il Instr 73: 
80-1 Ap '64 

Art of the mentally retarded child. I. Rapa- 
port. il Sch Arts 63:13-17 Ja '64 

Child art about Latin America, il Instr 73: 
82-3 Ap '64 

Children: their pictures and poems. See is- 
sues of Grade teacher 

Community helpers, and the first grade. T. 
Welsh, il Grade Teach 81:24-5 S '63 

Criteria for evaluation of children's art. S. 
W. Cromartie. Arts & Activities 55:38 Ap 
'64 

David's stonewares. K. R. Beittel. il Sch Arts 
63:23-7 S '63 

Evaluating children's art. E. W. Eisner, il 
Sch Arts 63:20-2 S '63 

Evaluating growth in art. J. J. Orze. 11 Instr 
73:53-60 My '64 



Holiday spirit reflected in painting, il Instr 
73:70-2 D '63 

John fights the Civil war. B. Hanson, il Sch 
Arts 62:7-10 Je '63 

Let's go places. M. Hammerl. il Grade Teach 
81:48-9+ Mr '64 

Look, the parade is coming. M. Allen, il Sch 
Arts 63:13 D '63 

Our new school. J. O. Mitchell, il Sch Arts 
63:10-11 N '63 

Some explorations of the effect of creative 
visual art experiences upon the poetry 
writing quality of eighth grade students. 
L. Frankston. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-59 
Fall '63 

Using emotional impact creatively. I. Rob- 
bins, il Instr 73:80 F '64 
See lalso 

Painting 

Exhibitions 

Art of the mentally retarded on exhibition. 
P. Vandervoort. il Sch Arts 63:10-12 Ja '64 

Best exhibit I've ever seen! R. L. Peck, il 
Arts & Activities 54:26-7 O '63 

Children's art from foreign lands. B. C. 
Young, il Tex Outl 48:24-5 F '64 

Children's art month makes progress. E. 
Clarkson. Art Ed 17:14 F '64 

Christmas, a venture in art; Bdgewood peo- 
ples church of East Lansing, Mich. E. S. 
Morrison, il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-11+ O '63 

Fabulous Fred from Liverpool; children's art. 
il Times Ed Sup 2522:344 S 20 '63 

Magic world of art; a children's center for 
art appreciation. N. Krevitsky. il Sch Arts 
63:11-16 Ap '64 

Open to all. if not too tall; Adventures in 
art exhibit, Wisconsin's state fair. D. E. 
Gray, il Arts & Activities 53:28-9 Je '63 

Out of the mouths of very babes. I. N. Wil- 
liams. 11 Arts & Activities 55:28-9 Mr '64 

VIP's: on exhibit. F. Green, il Arts & Activ- 
ities 54:36-7 D '63 

View of two cities; student exchange exhibi- 
tion between Oakland, California and Lis- 
bon, Portugal. D. E. Morrison. 11 Sch Arts 
63:28-30 F '64 

Psychological applications 

See Drawing — Psychological applications 
CHILDRENS book clubs. See Book clubs 
CHILDRENS book fairs. See Book fairs 
CHILDRENS bool< week. See Book week 
CHILDRENS books. See Childrens literature 
and reading; Reading lists — Elementary 
schools 
CHILDRENS choirs. See Choirs 
CHILDRENS clothes 

Clothing for children with physical handi- 
caps. B. M. Boettke. J Home Econ 55:639- 
40 O '63 
CHILDRENS conceptions 
Children's conceptions of occupational pres- 
tige. B. Gunn. Personnel & Guid J 42:558-63 
F '64 
Children's concepts of sportsmanship in the 
fourth, fifth, and sixth grades. G. Bovyer. 
bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
34:282-7 O '63 
Concept development and language instruc- 
tion. J. Rosenstein. Excep Child 30:337- 
43 Ap '64 
Developing social science concepts in the 
kindergarten. B. Spodek. Social Ed 27:253- 
6 My '63 
Development of children's ideas about coun- 
try and nationality (cont) G. Jahoda il 
Brit J Ed Psychol 33:143-53 Je '63 ' 
Learning about time zones in grades four, 
five, and six. O. L. Davis, jr. bibliog J 
Exp Ed 31:407-12 Sum '63 
Money concepts in the kindergarten. H. F. 

Robison. J Nurs Ed 19:73-7 Ja '64 
Ontogenetic change in the meaning of con- 
cepts as measured by the Semantic differ- 
ential. H E Maltz. bibliog Child Develop 

Task complexity and IQ as variables in 
Piaget s problem of conservation. K D. 
Feigenbaum. bibliog Child Develop 34:423- 
32 Je '63 
See also 

Science concepts of children 

Research 

Dictionary, as children see it. A. Hopman 
and P. Tocham. bibliog El Engl 41:327-33 
Ap 64 

Relativism, self-centering, and conceptual 
level. N. H. Weinberg. bibliog Child 
Develop 34:443-50 Je '63 

Research: children's concepts. H. F. Darrow 
Childh Ed 40:247-54 Ja '64 ■ ^ r »w. 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILDRENS concerts. See Music for children 
CHILDRENS conversations 
See also 
Oral composition 
CHILDRENS courts. See Juvenile courts 
CHILDRENS diseases. See Ciiildren— Diseases 
CHILDRENS drawings. See Cliildrens art 
CHILDRENS fairs. See Exhibits 
CHILDRENS fears. See Fear 
CHILDRENS friendships. See Friendship 
CHILDRENS homes. See Homes, Institutional 

CHILDRENS interests ^ , .,, „ i-, p, 

Social studies interests of children D.C. 
LaDue. Peabody J Ed 40:345-7 My 63 

Survey of the attainments and mterests of 
ten-year-old children froni differmg geo- 
graphicELl environments within a county A. 
N Smith Brit J Ed Psychol 33:325-6 N 63 

They read with heart and mind. T. Taylor, 
il Grade Teach 81:29-34 Ja '64 

What makes children want to learn? with 
study-discussion program by D.B. Harris 
and E. S. Harris. P. Witty, bibliog il PTA 
Mag 58:21-3, 35-6 N '63 . 

Wonderful world of reading M. Harris and 
R. Parsons, il Grade Teach 81:35+ Ja 64 

Reading interests— Elementary school stu- 
dents 

Research 
Interests of space-age first-graders. L.. Byers. 

El Sch J 64:237-41 F '64 ^ . 

Pupils' interests and the content of primary 
reading texts. L. Byers. bibUog Read 
Teach 17:227-33+ Ja '64 
CHILDRENS International summer yillages 
Alnwick's happy villagers; international holi- 
day, il Times Ed Sup 2517:194 Ag 16 63 
Towards world peace, il Times Ed bup 2514: 
118 Jl 26 '63 
CHILDRENS letters. See Letter writinsr 
CHILDRENS librarians. See Librarians. Chil- 

drens 
CHILDRENS libraries. See Libraries. Cliildrens 
CHILDRENS lies. See Lying 
CHILDRENS literature and reading 
Access to education; new books for the slum 
child. P. J. Groff. Wilson Lib Bui 38:345-8 

Adventures in research. M. E. Andrews, il 
El Engl 41:79-83 Ja '64 ^. . „. ^ 

Book fair that kindled a fire! Sister Mary 
Leonarda. il Cath Sch J 64:45-6 F '64. 

Children read more today; why? N. Larrick. 
il Grade Teach 81:54+ Ap '64 

Children's book clubs and the reading ex- 
plosion. N. Larrick. El Engl. 41:165-6 F '64 

Childrens book issue; symposium. II Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:154-72+ O '63 ^ . , ^ 

Children's books: mirrors of social develop- 
ment. R. L. Mandel. bibliog il El Sch J 
64:190-9 Ja '64 , ,. ,, t -n. i 

Danger of wearing glass slippers. M. L Engle. 
El Engl 41:105-11+ F '64 

For parents: A cup of sweets. N. Larrick. 
Ed 84:459-61 Ap '64 , ^ ,.. 

How elementary school teachers and librar- 
ians work together. O. R. Way. bibliog 
Read Teach 17:159-63+ D '63; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 29:38-40 Mr '64 

Individualized approach to enrichment read- 
ing. M. L. Bierbaum. bibliog il Grade 
Teach 81:85-6+ N '63 _. , 

Individualized reading program. M. Rich- 
stone, bibliog Instr 73:70-2+ F '64 

Introducing elementary children to the 
classics. D. M. Broderick. bibliog il Instr 
73:50-2 N '63 ^ , . x. , o 

Is vocabulary a basis for selecting books .' 
M. Early, bibliog il Instr 73:70-6 N '63 

Junior novel in the classroom. D. Petitt. bib- 
liog f Engl J 52:512-20 O '63 

Leisure reading for deaf children (cont) P. 
B. Cory. Volta R 65:245, 319-21. 430-1 My- 
Je, O '63 

Let's try a tesser. F. A. Sullivan, bibliog il 
PTA Mag 57:30-2 Je '63 

Life maladjustment through children's litera- 
ture. B. G. Peterson. El Engl 40:716-18 N 
'63 

Love for books. S. J. Warren. Ed 84:360-1 F 
•64 

New channels for book distribution through 
the schools. N. Larrick. ALA Bui 57:544-8 
Je '63 

Our books did come to life. Sister Jean 
Patrick. Cath Sch J 64:42-3 F '64 

Presenting books to children. C. Huck. bib- 
liog il Instr 73:59-60+ N '63 



Pupils, pedagogues and prose. E. L. Furness. 

bibliog Ed 84:402-10 Mr '64 ^, . 

Reading by the dozens. P. K. Caston. il Ohio 

Sch 42:20-1 Ja '64 
Reading materials for the disadvantaged: 

from Yaki to Tlingit to Kotzetaue. E. G. 

Stull. bibliog Read Teach 17:522-7 Ap '64 
Rebecca Caudill. P. C. Burns and R. Hines. 

il El Engl 40:703-6 N '63 
Reminiscing on favorite books. W. N. Baker. 

Childh Ed 40:305-7 F '64 ^ , 

Sparkling and spinning words. R. K. Carlson. 

bibliog El Engl 41:15-21+ Ja '64 
Special library reading project for teenagers. 

P. Cory. Volta R 66:63-6 F '64 
Touch and tell. I. Lawrence. 11 El Engl 41: 

30-3 Ap '64 
Value of twenty-five cent books for 

independent recreational reading. G. May- 

nard. bibliog f Peabody J Ed 41:86-90 S 

•63 
What is happening to children's storybooks? 

E. M. Johnson. Read Teach 17:178-81 D '63 
What the Cat in the hat begat. D. C. Davis; 

reply. R. E. Newman. El Engl 40:751-2 N 

'63 
Wise selections of science books. W. Ladley. 

Instr 73:45+ Ja '64 
See also 
Boys books and reading 
Caldecott medal books 
Childcraft 

Childrens periodicals 
Libraries. Childrens — Projects 
Newhery medal books 
Readers 

Reading interests — Elementary school stu- 
dents 

Bibliography 

Adventures for the family through books 
(cont) I. R. Foster. Int J Relig Ed 40:20- 
14- O '63 

Books for children. A. Izard. See issues of 

Books for children; ed. by E. C. Thornton. 
See issues of Childhood education 

Books for children; ed. by S. L. Root, jr. See 
issues of Elementary English 

Books for children. O. R. Way. See issues of 
Instructor September 1963- 

Children's books for the holidays. M. F. Lath- 
rope, il El Engl 40:799-817+ D '63 

Children's books of 1962-63. NEA J 52:59+ 
N '63 

Idea inventory: ed. by L. H. Mortensen. See 
issues of Elementary English 

New fall books for children. O. R. Way. 
Instr 73:78-9 N '63 

Notable children's books of 1962. American 
library association. Childrens services divi- 
sion. Book evaluation committee. PTA Mag 
57:31-2 Je '63 

Notable children's books of 1963. American 
library association. Childrens services di- 
vision. Book evaluation committee, il ALA 
Bui 58:307-10 Ap '64; Same cond. Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:710+ My '64 

Resources for reading teachers; guides to 
children's books. Y. Seligson. J Ed 146: 
70-2 Ap *64 

To learn, to look, to live; a bibliography of 
children's literature. K. Marantz. Art Ed 
16:12-13 O '63; 17:11-13 F; 24-7 My '64 

Your Latin American reference flle: chil- 
dren's books; comp. by O. R. Way and 
others. Instr 73:52-4 Ap '64 
See ulso 

Reading lists — Elementary schools 

Evaluation 
Buying better rather than more. M. K. 

Eakin. il Instr 73:67-9 N '63 
Criteria used by editors in selecting manu- 
scripts of children's books. G. I. Brown. 

El Engl 40:719-23 N '63 
Quality control. J. L. Hj-mes, jr. Grade Teach 

81:15+ D '63 
Quest for quality. J. C. Morse. El Engl 40: 

687-9 N '63 
Reading for what? J. Henry. Teach Col Rec 

65:35-46 O '63 
Student evaluations of Newbery award books. 

E. Rue and C. Evrard. El Engl 40:712-15 

N '63 
What makes a book a good book. A. Baker. 

il Instr 73:47-8 N '63 

Projects 
Children's literature: an experiment in de- 
veloping critical thinking. P. H. Neff and 
G. Collins. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 27: 
153-6 '63 



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101 



CHILDRENS literature and reading — Continued 

Research) 

Literature in the elementary school: analysis 
and evaluation of children's literature. G. 
I. Brown. R Ed Res 34:189-91 Ap "64 

Study of children's book choices. B. J. Pel- 
tola, bibliog El Engl 40:690-5+ N '63 

Teaching 

Evaluation 
Evaluating elementary literature programs. 
M. E. Irwin, bibliog El Engl 40:S46-9-f P 
'63 

Units of work 
Wonderful world of reading. M. Harris and 
R. Parsons, il Grade Teach 81:35+ Ja '64 

Value 
Art throu£;h literature. D. T. Kuhn. bibliog 

Childh Ed 40:301-4 F '64 
Intermediate grade reading and needs. A. 

Freeland. Ed 84:466-71 Ap '64 
Listen, my children. D. A. McClenathan. il 

N Y State Ed 51:36-7 Ja '64 
Needed: more literature reading. H. C. Hart. 

Ed 84:339-41 F '64 
Primary reading and needs. M. Crosby. Ed 

84:462-5 Ap '64 
Values in popular literature for children. D. 

C. McClelland, il Childh Ed 40:135-8 N '63 

Bulgaria 
Children's libraries; the Bulgarian way; Com- 
munist philosophy of juvenile literature. V. 

Haviland. Wilson Lib Bui 38:487 F '64 
CHILDRENS manifest anxiety scale. See 

Anxiety scales — Childrens forms 
CHILDRENS museums. See Museums, Chil- 
drens 
CHILDRENS nurses. See Pediatric nurses 
CHILDRENS opinions. See Student opinion 
CHILDRENS periodicals 
Children's magazines in the classroom. M. 

Thur. Instr 73:19 My '64 
CHILDRENS plays 
Getting across the footlights. N. S. Gray, il 

Times Ed Sup 2544:429 P 21 '64 
See also 
Health plays 
School plays 
CHILDRENS poetry 
Canci6ne3 y poemas; Latin American poems. 

il Instr 73:120-1 Ap '64 
Elizabeth Madox Roberts. L. Jacobs, il Instr 

73:34+ My '64 
Fingers and toes. E. T. Hurd. il Grade Teach 

81:21 N '63 
First day at school; action poem. M. B. Mc- 

Guire. Grade Teach 81:20 S '63 
Five little bears; action poem. T. Albera. 

Grade Teach 81:22 O '63 
Hats in the wind. E. T. Hurd. il Grade Teach 

81:17 Mr '64 
I don't like the zoo! E. Landay. il Instr 73: 

33+ My '64 
I wish I were a horse. R. Zagoren. il Instr 

73:61 F '64 
Langston Hughes. L. Jacobs, il Instr 73:28+ 

Mr '64 
[Poetry for month] See issues of Grade 

teacher 
[Poetry for month] See issues of Instructor 
Rachel Field. L. Jacobs, il Instr 73:29+ N '63 
Sister Sue. TV, and me. E. W. Minshull. il 

Instr 73:43 Mr '64 
Some children. J. Ten.iford. Instr 73:85 F '64 
Stop, look and listen. E. T. Hurd. il Grade 

Teach 81:27 My '64 
Today's farm. J. W. Krows. Instr 73:59 S '63 
Walter de la Mare. Instr 73:100+ Ja '64 
Where from, snowman? E. T. Hurd. il Grade 

Teach 81:16+ Ja '64 
Who says the sky is blue? E. T. Hurd. il 

Grade Teach 81:22 S '63 
See also 
Childrens poetry (by children) 
Christmas — Poetry 
Flag day — Poetry 
Ground hog day — Poetry 
Halloween — Poetry 
Lincolns birthday — Poetry 
Thanksgiving day — Poetry 
Washingtons birthday — Poetry 

Bibliography 
To learn, to look, to live; a bibliography of 
children's literature. K. Marantz. Art Ed 
17:25-7 My '64 
CHILDRENS poetry (by children) 
Child lyrics. Instr 73:102 N; fifi D '63; X07 Ja; 
94 F; 127 Mr; 98 Ap; 76 My '64 



Children: their pictures and poems. See is- 
sues of Grade teacher 

Color as children see it! Cath Sch J 64:71 
F '64 

To honor the singing word. El Sch J 64:24-5 
O '63 
See also 

Poetry — Creative activities 

Research 
Some explorations of the effect of creative 

visual art experiences upon the poetry 

writing quality of eighth grade students. 

L. Frankston. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-59 

Fall '63 
CHILDRENS questions 
As children see the church. A. E. McMichael. 

il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-11+ Mr '64 
Children ask about God. A. L. Goddard. il 

Int J Relig Ed 40:20-2 Ja '64 
Children's questions, a springboard E. Car- 
penter and M. Manecci. bibliog il Childh Ed 

40:11-15 S '63 
Children's questions and comments about the 

Christian faith. F. Eastman. Relig Ed 58: 

545-9+ N '63 
Little children ask big questions. M. E. 

Venable. il Int J Relig Ed 40:4-6 O '63 
Was Jesus bom like me? questions children 

ask about Jesus. F. S. Eiastman. il Int J 

Relig Ed 40:16-17+ D '63 
Who? what? when? where? how? why? 

A. Snyder. Childh Ed 40:5-10 S '63 
See also 

Curiosity 

CHILDRENS reading. See Childrens literature 

and reading 
CHILDRENS records. See Phonorecords — 

Childrens records 
CHILDRENS responsibility inventory. See Re- 
sponsibility — Tests and scales 
CHILDRENS rhymes 

Counting Christmas rhyme. L. B. Scott. 

Grade Teach 81:18 D '63 
Rhymes to teach phonics. H. K Evans. Instr 

73:20 O '63 
Take time for rhyme. P. Groff. El Engl 40: 
762-4 N '63 

CHILDRENS sayings. See Children — Anecdotes 
and sayings 

CHILDRENS songs and singing 
Aeroplane. B. H. Hunt, il Grade Teach 81: 

52-3+ S '63 
Ask me why; Little echo. L. P. Rivenburg. 

Grade Teach 81:53 Ja '64 
Autumn. R. Clowney and others, il Grade 

Teach 81:43 N "63 
Autumn leaves. E. S. Zoueff. Grade Teach 

81:20 N '63 
Ben Franklin; words and arrangement by E. 

S. Daniels. Instr 73:99 Ja '64 
Bullfrog's song. A. E. Posey. Instr 73:100 

Mr '64 
By the brook. B. Gifford and D. M. Quint. 

Instr 73:64 My '64 
Fly south, little duck. E. K. Welch. Instr 73: 

20 N '63 
Frog and the fish. H. M. Webster. Grade 

Teach 81:20 S '63 
Homes; I'd like to travel. E. S. Daniels. Instr 

73:97 Mr '64 
It's spring. M. M. Hagman. il Instr 73:67 My 

'64 
It's time to go to school. E. Pankow. Grade 

Teach 81:20 S '63 
Jackie Frost. E. Pankow. Grade Teach 81:18 

Ja '64 
Lullaby of the snowflakes. E. I. Scribner. 

Instr 73:95 Ja '64 
March wind. E. Pankow. Grade Teach 81:16 

Mr '64 
My funny animals. B. M. Henderson Instr 

73:118 S '63 
Nature's masterpiece. M. C. Pappin. Grade 

Teach 81:62-3 Ap '64 
Sing a song of safety. R. Jewell. Safety 

Ed 43:8-9 Ap '64 
Snowmen. L. W. Brown. Grade Teach 81:23 

Ja '64 
Song of the sea. G. L. Wright. Grade Teach 

81:35 Mr '64 
!=!pringtime. J. Todd. Grade Teach 81:45 Ap '64 
Thomas Edison; words and arrangement bv 

B. S. Daniels, il Instr 73:82 F '64 

Three little pigs. H. M. Webster. Grade 

Teach 81:22 O '63 
United Nations of the world. E. S. Daniels. 

Instr 73:27 O '63 
Way out West. C. Y. Hoagey. il Instr 73:47 

S '63 
Who am I? T. Weber. Instr 73:101 Mr '64 
Wind. L. W. Brown. Grade Teach 81:27 Mr '64 
Winter days. J. K. Narmey. il Instr 73:16 

Ja '64 



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CHILDRENS songs and singing — Continued 
Winter round. B. A. Miles. Grade Teach 81: 

Wintertime. S. Richardson. Grade Teach SI: 

49 D '63 
CHILDRENS stories ^ . ,, 

Adventures of shower, storm and sprinkle. 

M V Hvizdos. Grade Teach 81:24 F 64 
Avalanche. C. Marsden. il Instr 73:95 Ap 64 
Being first; open end story. J. W. Gordon. 

Instr 73:36 Ja '64 ^ „ ,, ,. „ 

Best way to grow up. E. T. Massoglia. il 

Grade Teach 81:21 S ' 63 
Blessing for Tomasio. S. S. Lane. Instr 73:93 

Bonanza in Buenos Aires. J. Guilderman. 

Instr 73:94 Ap '64 
Boy Handel. L. Hooper. Instr 73:42 My '64 
Byzantine boy. V. Schurfranz. il Grade 

Teach 81:44-5 My '64 „ c 

Charlie's wonderful treasure. R. Sauro. il 

Instr 73:23 N -63 _ ^ ^ ^ _^ 

Chocolate tree of TomAs Gonzaga. F. B. 

Watts. Instr 73:96 Ap '64 ., „^ ^ , 
Class plav; open end story. J. W. Gordon. 

Instr 73:44 N '63 ^ ^ r x r,o ^o T,/r .^a 

Class trip; open end story. Instr 73:68 My '64 
Discoveries of Annette and Andrew. J. L. 

Myrick. il Instr 73:39 N '63 „ ^ ^ 

Donnie doesn't listen. T. P. Hedden. 11 Instr 

Earthquake. L. M. Mitchell. Grade Teach 81: 

Egil and the great geyser. D. R. Waterbury. 

Grade Teach 81:44 My '64 , „, „ 

Elizabeth, the good little^ witcK J-„W. Mac- 

Kenzie. Grade Teach 81:33 O '63^ ^ ^ 
Emperor's shoes. M. Hopkms. il Grade Teach 

81:58 Ap '64 ^ ^ t ttt- 

Family reunion; open end story. J. W^. 

Gordon. Instr 73:27 F '64 , , 
Festival of lights; Diwali. the harvest fes- 
tival. A. Kempton. Instr 73:97 O '63 
Freedom for the quetzal and The eisteddfod. 

D. R. Waterbury. il Grade Teach 81:34-5 

S '63 
Frozen journey. J. W. Krows. il Instr 73:104 

Ja '64 
Hi-ho, Sam. S. P. Russell. Grade Teach 81: 

59 Ap '64 
Hungry king. A. W. Weber. 11 Grade Teach 

81:36 Ja '64 _ ^ , „ , o, ^t 

Iron horse. C. A. Phillips. Grade Teach 81:57 

S '63 , „ „ ^^. 

Ldttle train who ran away. J. B. McKinney. 

il Grade Teach 81:22-3 F '64 
Lost in the fog. A. Morgan, il Instr 73:33 S '63 
Lucky heap of stones. D. R. Waterbury. 

Grade Teach 81 :53 N "63 , ^ ^ ^ ^ „^ 
Magic bells. A. MacLeod. 11 Grade Teach 81: 

25 Ja '64 
Moon of the wild rice; a factual story about 

the September wild rice harvest. I. Green. 

Instr 73:93 S '63 , , ,. 

Northern dragon; an adaptation of an old 

Estonian fable. F. J. Alberts. 11 Instr 73:92 

Oliver and the wishing worms. M. F. Thomas. 

Instr 73:45 Mr '64 . ^. ,,,.,, , 
One-eved golden talking fish. M. Peavler. 11 

Instr 73:91 S '63 ^ ^ „„ _ ^ ,^„ 

Paper route: open end story. Instr 73:53 O 63 
Playing first base; open end story. J. W. 

Gordon. Instr 73:48 Mr '64 _ , 

Pound foolish. F. G. Risser. Grade Teach 

81:30 N '63 
Rascally storekeeper. D. Erlich. Instr 73:44-5 

Mr '64 , „ , .. 

Rescue at the stockade; Revolutionary war 

storv. D. S. Anderson. Grade Teach 81:52 

N '63 
Safety patrol captain; open end story. Instr 

73:49 S '63 . _ ^ . m ^ o. 

Three lazy men. A. Roper. Grade Teach 81: 

;-;8 N '63 
Three little kittens. V. C. Gilliland. Instr 73: 

23 Mr '64 
Topa's important day. R. Sauro. 11 Instr 73: 

96 Ap '64 
What is brave? open end story. J. W. Gor- 
don. Instr 73:87 D '63 
White bucks; open end story. J. W. Gordon. 

Instr 73:28 Ap '64 
White horse: a read-aloud story. A. M. 

Dalgliesh. PTA Mag 58:31 F '64 
Wizard of Hofenhammer Mountain. M. Hop- 
kins, il Grade Teach 81:37 Ja '64 
See also 
Animal stories 
Bible stories 
Fairy tales 
Story telling 
CHILDRENS stories (by children^ 
Their own story. N, McKee. Tex Out! 47:20 

Jl '63 



We write our own books. Z. Dana and E. 
Jaffe. Grade Teach 81:46+ Ap '64 
CHILDRENS television programs. See Televi- 
sion broadcasting for children 
CHILDRENS theater 

Great Britain 
Delights of make-believe. D. Saint. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2544:430 F 21 '64 
CHILDRENS villages 
Boys' town in Switzerland. 11 Times Ed Sup 
2532:798 N 29 '63 
^ee also 
Childrens international summer villages 
Sedlescombe. Sussex, England. Childrens 
village 
CHILDS personal preference Inventory. See 

Student interests — Tests and scales 
CHILE 

See also 
Colleges and universities — Chile 
Home economics extension work — Chile 
Relief work — Chile 
Teacher education — Chile 
CHILTON, Chapman Hunter 
Life of a first superintendent. H. A. Chilton. 
il por Va J Ed 57:14-15 N '63 
CHINA 

See also 
Je-siiits in China 
Social classes — China 
Teachers — China 

Civilization 
Who cares about Confucius? C. M. Foust. 
bibliog Social Studies 55:17-24 Ja '64 

Cultural relations 

Europe 
Jesuits in Peking and Confucianism In Europe; 
a study In social change in cultural borrow- 
ing. J. J. Lee. bibliog Social Studies 54: 
261-4 D '63 

Economic conditions 
Economic prospects in Asia. J. J. Spengler. 
H Sch J 47:353-68 My '64 

Geography 

North China: land of diversity and ad- 
versity. D. Stradling. Grade Teach 81:504- 
N '63 

South China: land and livelihood. D. J. 
Ballas. Grade Teach 81:38-1- Ja '64 

History 
Who cares about Confucius? C. M. Foust. 
bibliog Social Studies 55:17-24 Ja '64 

Politics and government 
China's republican experiment. G. T. Tu. 
H Sch J 47:383-91 My '64 

Units of work 
China, yesterday and today. D. J. Ballaa. 

Grade Teach 81:62-3+ S '63 
North China: land of diversity and ad- 
versity. D. Stradling. Grade Teach 81:50+ 

N '63 
South China: land and livelihood. D. J. 

Ballas. Grade Teach 81:38+ Ja '64 
CHINA (Peoples Republic) 
Whither Communist China? T. H. E. Chen. 

Social Ed 28:128-30 Mr '64 
See nlso 
Adult education — China (Peoples Republic) 
Communism and education — China (Peoples 

Republic) 
Education — China (Peoples Republic) 
Education and the state — China (Peoples 

Republic) 

Boundaries 
Sino-Soviet border dispute. P. P. Karan. map 

J Geog 63:216-22 My '64 

Foreign relations 
Russia 
Peking's challenge to Moscow. R. A. Rupen. 
H Sch J 47:369-82 My '64 
CHINESE cookery. See Cookery, Chinese 
CHINESE language 

Comprehension 
Why teach spoken Chinese? P. B. Denllnger. 
Lang Learn 12 no4:289-92 '62 

Grammar 
Teachina 
Teaching the Chinese etative verb. J. C 
Thompson. Lang Learn 13 no2:103-7 '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



103 



CHINESE language — Continued 
Teaching 

Colleges and universities 
Cooperative program in Chinese and Japa- 
nese language teachins: the first CIC Far 
Eastern language institute, held at the 
University of Michigan, June 24-Aug:ust 
17, 19G3. J. K. Yamagiwa. Lang Learn 13 
no 1:41-4 '63 

High schools 
Chinese and Japanese in high school. Sch 
& Soc 91:2884- O 5 '63 

France 
Not the most difficult; French Chinese ex- 
periment. J. Wight. Times Ed Sup 2506: 
1209 My 31 '63 

Teaching aids and devices 
Conversational Chinese; project at University 
of California at Berkeley. Higher Ed 20:12 
O '63 

Writing 

Naming chemical elements in Chinese. 
R. Suter; discussion, il J Chem Ed 40:388 
Jl '63 
CHINESE mathematics. See Mathematics, 

Chinese 
CHINESE philosophy. See Philosophy, Chinese 
CHINESE place names. See Names, Geographi- 
cal 
CHINESE sculpture. See Sculpture, Chinese 
CHINESE students 

Role of kinship and authority patterns in the 
cross-cultural education of Asian students; 
the Chinese. M. C. Hodgkin. Sociol of Ed 
37:79-83 Fall '63 
CHINESE studies 

New professor's plans; Far East studies. 
Times Ed Sup 2511:20 Jl 5 '63 
CHLORPROMAZINE. See Tranquilizing drugs 
CHOICE (psychology) 

Developmental study of sequential two-choice 
decision making. G. J. Craig and J. L. 
Myers, bibliog Child Develop 34:483-93 Je 
•63 

Effect of patterned partial reinforcement on 
children's performance in a two-choice 
task. M. W. Weir. Child Develop 35:257-64 
Mr '64 

Experiments on perceptual curiosity in men- 
tal retardates and normals. D. L. Hoats 
and others, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:386-95 N '63 

Five- choice discrimination learning by chil- 
dren under simultaneous incentive condi- 
tions. S. L. Witryol and others, bibliog 
Child Develop .35:233-43 Mr '64 

Patterns of imitative behavior in young chil- 
dren. W. W. Hartup. bibliog Child Develop 
35:183-91 Mr "64 

Relationship between color choice and se- 
lected preferences of the individual. J. H. 
Mclnnis and J. K. Shearer, bibliog J Home 
Econ 56:181-7 Mr '64 

Relationsiiip of interest choices of kinder- 
garten children to social group member- 
ship and to sex differences. J. Maas and 
W. B. Michael, bibliog Calif J Ed Res 15: 
24-33 Ja '64 

Reported determinants of educational choice. 
A. A. Dole, bibliogi Personnel & Guid J 42^ 
564-71 F '64 

Response shift errors in discrimination learn- 
ing in retardates. F'. Greene and C. Terrell, 
bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 67:865-70 My 
'63 

Some aspects of decision as a system. F. M. 
Magrabi. bibliog J Home Econ 55:755-62 D 
'63 

CHOICE, Freedom of. See Free will and de- 
terminism 
CHOICE of college. See College, Choice of 
CHOIRS 

Boy choir then and now. G. Bragg, il Mus J 

21:30-1+ My '63 
Choir rehearsal. A. E. Raitor. Sch Musician 

35:23+ Ja '64 
Only they can give. Mrs. L. Habegger. il Sch 

Musician 34:54-6 My '63 
Planning, professional help solves mass choir 
logistical problems; Ford motor company. 
J. R. Cross, il Sch Musician 35:38-9 D '63 
Unusual choral group. A. W. Wassell. Mus 
Educators J 49:67-9 Je '63 
See also 
Chorus singing 



CHOPIN, Fr6d6ric Frangois 

Interpretive analysis of Chopin's Prelude in E 
minor. F. Clark and D. Kraehenbuehl, 11 
Am Mus Teach 12:16-17+ My '63 

Keyboard's four most original composers. Q. 
Anson. Am Mus Teach 13:9+ S '63 

Poetry for the piano. R. Robert. Mus J 22:78+ 
Ja '64 
CHORAL music 

Choral folio; ed. by W. A. Rodby. See issues 
of School musician 

Poetic world of Zoltan Koddly in the light of 
his choral works. A Toth. il Mus J 21:53-4 
My '63 

Something to sing; reviews of published 
vocal music. Times Ed Sup 2541:218 Ja 31 
•64 
See also 

Chorus singing 
CHORAL reading. See Choral spealdng 
CHORAL speaking 

Texts 

Find it in books. H. Ramsey. Grade Teach 
81:46 N '63 

God's men; a choral reading for junior highs. 
R. Rhoades. Int J Relig Ed 39:19-20+ Jl '63 

Johnny Appleseed. J. B. McKinney. Grade 
Teach 81:14 Ap '64 

Lady Moon's lullaby. H. K. Evans. Grade 
Teach 81:22 O '63 

Mrs Santa saves Christmas. D. Hadjian. 
Instr 73:50 D '63 

Salute to the United Nations; choric drama- 
tization, R. Nathanson. Instr 73:82 O '63 

Santa's elves. J. B. McKinney. Grade Teach 
81:42 D '63 

Sea songs. J. B. McKinney. Grade Teach 
81:16 My '64 

Song for the seasons. M. Levitt. Grade Teach 
81:14 Ap '64 

Summer showers. V. Blimihagen. Grade 
Teach 81:16 My '64 

Thoughts at Arlington national cemetery on 
Memorial day. M. Levitt. U Grade Teach 
81:66-7 My '64 

Try choric dramatization with slow learn- 
ers. E. Stem. Instr 73:68-9 O '63 

Winter's night. M. Levitt. Grade Teach 81:36 
D '63 

Wondering: vocational thoughts for an ele- 
mentary verse choir. Sister Anne Richard. 
Cath Sch J 64:43 Mr '64 
CHOREOGRAPHY 

Study of modern dance in relation to com- 
munication, choreographic structure, and 
elements of composition. M. J. Turner, 
bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
34:219-27 My '63 
CHORUS singing 

Some psychological aspects of intonation. 
A. C. Cappadonia and G. W. Herrick. Sch 
Musician 34:44-5 Ja; 44-5 F; 34-5 Mr '63 

High schools 
Young singers: handle with care. W. C. 
Rioe. Mus Educators J 49:75-6 Je '63 
CHRIST. See Jesus Christ 
CHRISTIAN art and symbolism 
Modern church art; exhibition at Bear Lane. 

il Times Ed Sup 2500:811 Ap 19 '63 
Stained glass. H. Collins, il Sch Arts 63:35-8 
D '63 
iSee also 
Triptychs 
CHRISTIAN colleges 
Christian college: a self-examination. O. H. 

Shao. Relig Ed 59:132-5 Mr '64 
Christian colleges overseas; outside Europe 
and North America. W. P. Fenn. Liberal 
Ed 49:340-9 O '63 
Church -related college in the perspective of 
public policy. J. Brademas. Liberal Ed 49: 
449-58 D '63 
Dynamics of Christian colleges in America. 
D. C. Chu. Relig Ed 59:135-40 Mr '64 
See also 
Denominational colleges 
CHRISTIAN doctrine. See Theology, Doctrinal 
CHRISTIAN education. See Religious education 
CHRISTIAN ethics 
Before marriage. Times Ed Sup 2518:215 Ag 
23 '63 

Minister on morals; defence of Dr Henderson. 

Times Ed Sup 2519:236 Ag 30 '63 
Progress and prospects in moral theology. 

A. J "Thomas, bibliog f Nat Cath Ed Assn 

Bui 60:51-9 Ag '63 
Teaching morality In the high school. V. 

Novak. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:296-7 Ag 

'63 
See also 
Religion and ethics 



104 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHRISTIAN -Jewish relations. See Religious in- 
terrelations 
CHRISTIAN life ^ , ,t <-■ c+^w„,.t 

Christmas trees and people. M. C. Stewart. 

11 Int J Relig Ed 40:3 D '63 
Evangelism in the family. K A. Tucker, 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:14-15+ N '63 
See also 
Conversion 
CHRISTIAN philosophy i, , t,t rn 

Can there be a Christian philosophy? M T 
Clark. biblio.ET f Rehg Ed 58:341-6+ Jl 63 
Gospel is for the world. Li. C. Little, il Int J 
Relig Ed 40:4-5+ N '63 
See also 
Thomism 
CH RISTI ANITY 
Children's questions and comments, about the 
Christian faith. F. Eastman. Relig Ed 58: 

High'and low. Times Ed Sup 2535:915 D 20 '63 
Hope: foundation of religious education. Or 

Moran. bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:302-12 My '63 
Miracles. Times Ed Sup 2549:805 Mr 27 '64 
New frontier of faith. T. A. Braun. il Int J 

Relig Ed 40:17-19 S '63 . ^^ ,.^. , 

Pluralism and Christianity: the political 

thought of Ernest Barker. R. B. Ripley. 

bibliog f Christian Scholar 36:300-11 Wint 

'63 
See also 
God 
Jesus Christ 

Evidences 

See Apologetics 
CHRISTIANITY and communism 
See also 
Catholic church and communism 
CHRISTIANITY and economics rr„^„v 

As we earn our daily bread. C J. Turck. 
11 Int J Relig Ed 40:11-13 D '63 
CHRISTIANITY and education 

Christianity in college and university; sym- 
posium. Relig Ed 59:125-44 Mr '64 
Never-finished edifice of, scholarly arts. S. 
D. Crites. Christian Scholar 46:273-7 Wint 
•63 
CHRISTIANITY and international affairs. See 

Church and international relations 
CHRISTIANITY and science. See Religion and 
science 

CHRISTIANS ,^ ^ ^ xxT A ^ •, T * 

Christians in their world. C. C. Wedel. il Int 
J Relig Ed 40:20-1+ N '63 
CHRISTIANS in Germany ^r, • ^. 

Person and myth in the Judaeo-Christian en- 
counter. R. Li. Rubenstein. Christian Scholar 
46:278-92 Wint '63 

CHRISTMAS 
How to keep Christmas well. M. E. Jenkins. 

PTA Mag 58:2-3 D '63 „ ., . ., „, 

Jovs of Christmas past. V. S. Johnson, il El 

£:ngl 40:865-8 D '63 . , ^, . ^ 

Ten ways to guard against Christmas tra^ 

edy. T. K. Flaum. 11 Safety Ed 43:14-17 D 

•63 
iSee also 
Advent 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
American Christmas flower. J. Rasmussen. 

il Instr 73:50 D '63 , .^ o- . 

Bov Jesus walks the earth. Sister Mary 

Patrice. Cath Sch J 63:40-2 D '63 
Christmas tree mystery. P. Teeters. Instr 

73:51 D '63 , -^ ^ ^r r^- r * 

Elves and shoemaker. J. B. McKinney. Instr 

73:46-7 D '63 ,, . . 

First Indian crib. Sister Mary Leontine. il 

Cath Sch J 63:cover.43 D '63 
Freedom in Christ; Christmas flag ceremony. 

Sch Activities 35:91 N '63 ^. ^ ^ . ^ , 
God's greatest gift. C. R. Gilbert, il Sch 

Activities 35:85-90 N '63 _, , 

Little Poka's first Christmas. A. Blevins. 

Grade Teach 81:27+ D '63 
Peace on earth: seasonal musical program. 

R. Wallach. Grade Teach 81:44+ D '63 
Red and green. B. L. Webb. Grade Teach 

81:54+ D '63 ^ ,, ^ ^ ^ 

Remembered Santa Claus. M. Inez. Grade 

Teach 81:8+ D '63 
Ring in Christmas. M. Rawe. il Instr 73:54-5 

D '63 
Santa and the stovepipe hat. C. Urban, il 

Instr 73:48-9 D '63 
Santa's elves; choral reading. J. B. McKin- 
ney. Grade Teach 81:42 D '63 
Shepherds at the crib. Sister Marthe Marie. 

Cath Sch J 63:36-7 N '63 
Teacher enthusiasm, pupil appreciation. H. 

Hawkins. 11 Ohio Sch 41:23 N '63 
Toys for Santa. H. K. Carey. Instr 73:49 D 

•63 



"Whatever happened to Christmas? B. Nie- 
haus. Grade Teach 81:31+ D '63 

Winter's night: choral reading. M. Levitt. 
Grade Teach 81:36 D '63 

Poetry 
ABC Christmas; It's Christmas. L. B. Scott. 

Grade Teach 81:18 D '63 
Animated window at Christmas. M. L. Cheat- 
ham. Instr 73:10 D '63 
Christmas. E. M. Fowler. Grade Teach 81: 

14 D '63 
Christmas eve. C. Young. Instr 73:11 D '63 
Christmas eve in the country. A. Fisher. 

Instr 73:11 D '63 
Christmas in Hawaii. L. B. Jacobs. Grade 

Teach 81:14 D '63 
Christmas spirit. Sister Anne Richard. Cath 

Sch J 63:36 N '63 
Christmas time. L. Hajnilton. Grade Teach 

81:14 D '63 
Christmas tree angel. R. Bennett. Instr 73:11 

D '63 
Christmas windows. A. Fisher. Instr 73:11 

D '63 
December poetry. Grade Teach 81:14 D '63 
December song and verse. Instr 73:10-11 

D '63 
Happy time. L. Day. Grade Teach 81:14 D 

'63 
Little beetle. P. H. Schultz. Instr 73:10 D 

•63 
Little pine tree L. D. Chaffln. Grade Teach 

81:14 D '63 
Mrs Santa saves Christmas. D. Hadjian. 

Instr 73:50 D '63 
Our schoolroom friendship tree. P. H. 

Schultz. il Instr 73:45 D '63 
Snow scene. J. Rowland. Instr 73:11 D '63 
Tree; a flannelboard verse. E. K. Welch. 

il Instr 73:28 D '63 
What is Christmas? P. J. Perry. Instr 73:10 

D '63 

Projects 
Art appreciation. E. P. Stokes, il Instr 73:21 

D '63 
Candle, candle, burning bright. . . M. Ray. 

il Grade Teach 81:40-1 D '63 
Christmas, a venture in art; Edgewood peo- 
ples church of East Lansing, Mich. E. S. 

Morrison, il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-11+ O 

'63 
Christmas in the newspapers; a business 

English project to promote newspaper 

reading. M. S. Taugner. 11 Bsns Ed World 

44:22+ D '63 
December activities, il Instr 73:26-9+ D '63 
Excitement of creating, il Instr 73:78-9 D 

'63 
500 Christmas program covers. M. Williams. 

11 Arts & Activities 54:32-4 N '63 
From pine to pins. R. Moore. Grade Teach 

81:43 D '63 
Glitter bags. D. K. Snyder, il Grade Teach 

81:53+ D '63 
It's triptych time again. R. Koch, il Arts & 

Activities 54:35-7 N '63 
Photo Christmas tree. D. K. Snyder, il 

Grade Teach 81:30 D '63 
Things to make, il Grade Teach 81:20, 24-6, 

47, 55-7 D '63 
Things to make. F. M. Callahan, il Grade 

Teach 81:26, 55, 57 D '63 
Toy invasion slated for holidays. E. Stein. 

il Arts & Activitie.^i 54:23-5 D '63 
Try staining panes with cellophane. J. Gou- 

lart. il Arts & Activities 54:38-9 N '63 
See also 
Christmas decorations 

Songs 

Christmas bells. L. P. Rivenburg. Grade 

Teach 81:21 D '63 
Christmas time. E. Pankow. Grade Teach 

81:21 D '63 
Dance around the Christmas tree. M. G. 

Watkins and B. S. Allen. Grade Teach 81: 

19 D '63 
Oh, now it is Christmas. M. B. Smith. 11 

Instr 73:41 D '63 
Sing a song of Christmas! Sister Mary Alber- 

tina and Sister Mary Herman. Cath Sch J 

63:35 N '63 

Who? E. S. Daniels. Instr 73:28 D '63 

See also 
Christmas carols 

Stories 
Bernle buys a gift. C. Francis. Instr 73:34 
D '63 

Christmas and Hanukkah. R. B. Jullne. Instr 

73:37 D '63 
Little Jeff. B. Beatie. 11 Instr 73:36 D '63 
Littlest Elf's happiest Christmas. J. W. Mac- 

Kenzie. il Grade Teach 81:17 D '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



105 



CHRISTMAS— stories — Continued 
No red paint! N. Coy. 11 Grade Teach 81:50-1 

D '63 
Piffer sniffer. S. P. Russell. Grade Teach 

81:36 D '63 „ ,, 

Santa Glaus and the left-handed horse. F. V. 

Hafer. il Instr 73:31 D '63 _„ „„ ^^ ^ 

Small miracle. P. Scott. Instr 73:37-40 D 

'63 
Surprise for the Mouse family. M. Hopkins. 

il Grade Teach 81:22-3 D '63 
CHRISTMAS candy. See Candy 
CHRISTMAS cards ^ , 

Christmas cards. F. M. Callahan. 11 Grade 

Teach 81:34-5 D '63 „ „„ . 

Joy of making gifts and cards, il Instr 73:73-5 

D '63 
Merry snowmen cards. B. Bachrach. 11 Grade 

Teach 81:28-9 D '63 
CHRISTMAS carols 
Christmas is remembering. E. Binns and N. 

E. Liss. Instr 73:11 D '63 
Music at Christmas. 11 Pa Sch J 112:150 

D '63 
See also 
Christmas — Songs 
CHRISTMAS cookies. See Cookies 
CHRISTMAS decorations 
Christmas art show. P. C. Degenhart. 11 Arts 

& Activities 54:27-9 N '63 
Christmas in the air. J. D. Devaud. II Arts 

& Activities 54:30 D '63 
Christmas windows. A. B. Kennon. 11 Grade 

Teach 81:45 D '63 
Fun of decorating the room. 11 Instr 73:76-7 

D '63 
Geometric Christmas decorations. R. Sweet 

and M. DeWitt. Sch Sci & Math 63:701-4 D 

•63 
How to create a festive look. 11 Prac Fore- 
cast 9:18-19 D '63 
Light a Christmas lantern. M. Klaeger. 11 

Arts & Activities 54:42-3 N '63 
Pine cones. M. M. Lanham. 11 Grade Teach 

81:374- D '63 
Things to make. F. M. Callahan. 11 Grade 

Teach 81:47, 55. 57 D '63 
Twelve days before Christmas. E. Brockway. 

11 Arts & Activities 54:26-9 D '63 
We mass-produced the Christmas Santa. 

W. L. Bunting, il diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

52:38-9 N '63 
Wonders of light bulb magic. C. Dowler. 11 

Ohio Sch 41:22 N '63 
CHRISTMAS entertainments 
Plamiing. professional help solves mass choir 

logistical problems; Ford motor company. 

J. R. Cross. 11 Sch Musician 35:38-9 D '63 
See also 
Christmas — Plays, pageants, etc. 
CHRISTMAS gifts 
Joy of making gifts and cards. 11 Instr 73: 

73-5 D '63 
Under the sharing tree. D. Brinker. 11 Int 

J Relig Ed 40:16-17 O '63 
CHRISTMAS music 
Christmas music: essence and form. J. K. 

R. Davis, il Mus J 21:37-8 D '63 
Music for Christmas. W. A. Rodby. Sch 

Musician 35:36-7-1- O '63 
Origins of Christmas music. R. Edwards. 

il Mus J 21:36-f- D '63 
CHRISTMAS tree stands 
Christmas-tree holder. H. M. Brant. 11 diags 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:34 N '63 
CHRISTMAS trees 
Christmas trees and people. M. C. Stewart. 

il Int J Relig Ed 40:3 D '63 
CHRISTMAS wrappings. See Wrapping of 

packages 
CHROMATOGRAPHIC analysis 
Demonstration of radioautography and paper 

chromatography using a Polaroid camera. J. 

C. Towne and B. M. Gatti. il diags J Chem 

Ed 40:243-4 My '63 
Determining activity coefficients by gas chro- 
matography: a physical chemistry experi- 
ment. S. Kenworthy and others, bibliog 

.T Chem Ed 40:541-3 O '63 
Multipurpose high precision recording photom- 
eter; an ionization detector-readout for 

gas-liquid chromatography. H. V. Malm- 

stadt and others, diags J Chem Ed 41:263- 

75 My '64 
Paper chromatography. J. Wagner and N. 

Lane, bibliog Sch Sci & Math 64:252-4 Ap 

'64 
Quantitative experiment with paper chroma- 
tography. W. J. Prierson and others, diags 

J Chem Ed 40:408-9 Ag '63 
Some problems of quantitative analysis in 

gas chromatography; tr. by S. Z. Lewin. 

L. Condal- Bosch. J Chem Ed 41:A235- 

A236-f Ad '64 



TLC on microscope slides; an organic chem- 
istry experiment. M. B. Naff and A. S. Naff, 
il J Chem Ed 40:534-5 O '63 

TLC separation of ink pigments. L. F. Drud- 
ing. J Chem Ed 40:536 O '03 

TLC: ver.satile tool: thin layer chromatog- 
raphy. D. C. Malins and J. C. Wekell. bib- 
liog il J Chem Ed 40:531-4 O '63 

Apparatus 

Demonstration device for gas chromatog- 
raphy. R. E. Herbener. diags J Chem Ed 
41:162 Mr '64 

Gas chromatography demonstration apparat- 
us. J. McLean and P. L. Pauson. diags 
J Chem Ed 40:539-40 O '63 

Self-controlling apparatus for column chro- 
matography under pressure. A. Yoda. diags 
J Chem Ed 41:217 Ap '64 

Teaching 

Rapid thin layer chromatography of chloro- 
plast pigments for the high school biology 
laboratory. D. Kraus. bibliog il Am Biol 
Teach 25:616-20 D '63 
Solution chromatography. Sister Mary Hen- 
riella. bibliog il Cath Sch J 63:41-3 N '63 
CHROMATOGRAPHY. See Chromatographic 

analysis 
CHROMOSOMES 
Biological correlates of behavior. D. H. 
Eichorn. bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 
62 pt 1:4-61 '63 
See also' 
Linkage (genetics) 
CHRONOLOGICAL age. See Age 
CHRONOLOGY 
Developing a sense of time and chronology. 
A. W. Spieseke. Nat Council Social Studies 
Yrbk 33:171-201 '63 
CHUGAEV, Lev Aleksandrovlch 
Terpenes to platinum: the chemical career 
of Lev Aleksandrovlch Chugaev. G. B. 
Kauffman. bibliog por J Chem Ed 40:656-65 
D '63 
CHUKOVSKO, Kernel Ivanovich 
Universal creativity of early childhood; re- 
view of From two to five, tr. by M. Morton. 
I. Kraft. Children 11:113-14 My '64 
CHURCH 
As children see the church. A. E. McMichael. 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-114- Mr '64 
CHURCH advertising. See Rehgious advertising 
CHURCH and college. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Religious life and activities 
CHURCH and economic problems. See Chris- 
tianity and economics 
CHURCH and education 
Birth of a tradition; historical origins of non- 
sectarian public schools. L. P Jorgenson. 
bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 44:407-14 Je '63 
Churches and the public schools; a policy 
statement adopted by General board on 
June 7. 1963 in New York city National 
council of the churches of Christ in the 
United States of America. Int J Relig Ed 
40:22-3 S '63 
Divine imperative to learn and to teach. J. C. 
Pritchard. bibliog f Adult Lead 12:39-404- 
Je '63 
Secular tendency in church-related colleges 
in Pennsylvania; excerpts from History of 
higher education in Pennsylvania. S. Sack. 
bibliog f Sch & Soc 91:4304- D 28 '63 
See also 
Catholic church — Education 
Religion in the public schools 
Religious education 

Africa, Sub-Saharan 

Church, state and education in Sub- Sahara 
Africa: an overview. D. Scanlon. Int R Ed 
9 no4:438-47 '63/64 

Great Britain 
Church supports Robbins. Times Ed Sup 

2542:307 F 7 '64 
Religious question in English education. A. 

M. Kazamias. Sch R 72:116-26 Spr '64 
Sectarians and schooling. B. R. Wilson. 
Sch R 72:1-21 Spr '64 
CHURCH and home 
What parents want from the church. R. K. 
Bell. 11 Int J Relig Ed 40:6-7 Mr '64 
CHURCH and international relations 

Can your faith travel? D. D. MacBryde. 11 

Int J Relig Ed 39:14-154- Je '63 
What church in what world? M. G. Hummel, 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:4-5 Ap '64 
CHURCH and race problems 

Blacker white mission. J. R. Washington, jr. 
Relig Ed 58:285-8 My '63; Reply with re- 
joinder. D. W. Wynn. 59:168-73 Mr '64 



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CHURCH and race problems — Continued 
CaUiolic South and race. J. H. Fichter, Relig 

Ed 59:3U-3 Ja '64 

Christian educator's involvement in the race 
crisis. J JJenham. Kelig- Ed 59:95-7 Ja '64 

Church and race relations in biblical perspec- 
tive. D. Kitagawa. Relis Ed 59:7-10 Ja '64 

Churches, the synagogues, and the March on 
Washington. J. Keston. Relig Ed 59:5-6 Ja 
'64 „ 

For those who inherit. A. S. Kramer. Kelig 
Ed 59:56-9 Ja '64 

Living ministry. C. P. Zietlow. 11 Int J Relig 
Ed 40:14-15-1- Ap '64 ^ ^ „. 

Race, students, and non-violence. C P. Ziet- 
lov»\ Relig Ed 59:116-20 Ja '64 

Religious education in race relations: a Catho- 
lic viewpoint; a study of race relations as 
revealed by a content analysis of secondary 
religion textbooks. M. R. A. Therlng. bibliog 
Relig Ed 59:50-6 Ja '64 „ 

Wherein the church has failed in race. T. F. 
Pettigrew. bibliog f Relig Ed 59:64-73 Ja '64 
See also 

National conference on religion and race 
CHURCH and social problems 

As we earn our daily bread. C. J. Turck. 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:11-13 D '63 

God in their own lives. M. G. Hummel, il 
Int J Relig Ed 40:8-10 Ja '64 

Goodbye, we're moving again! G. P. Liddle. 
Int J Relig Ed 39:4-54- Je '63 

Moral tension and an ethical frontier. J. 
Fletcher, bibliog f Christian Scholar 46: 
256-66 Fall '63 

What church in what world? M. G. Humnael. 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:4-5 Ap '64 
See also 

Judaism and social problems 
CHURCH and state 

Best of F.E.E; separation of church and state. 

F. E. Engleman. Am Sch & Unlv 36:59 F 
'64 

Brief look at separation of church and state. 

G. Noar. J Teach Ed 14:115-17 Je '63 
Church and state, and the Christian college. 

J. Bennett. Liberal Ed 49:251-7 My '63 
Church and state in education; symposium. 

bibliog Comp Ed R 7:28-46 Je '63 
Court: complete separation of the spheres. 

Mich Ed J 41:10-11 D '63 
Exploration of church, state, and university 

today. R. M. Crane. Relig Ed 59:141-4 Mr 

'64 
God- state Idea in modem education; with 

reply by T. Smith. W. E. Drake, bibliog 

Hist Ed Q 3:81-101 Je '63 
How would founding fathers vote on school 

prayer case? Mich Ed J 41:12-13 D '63 
Ignorance, irrelevance, and isolation: some 

ultimate questions facing Christian educa- 
tion. W. B. Ball. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 

60:286-91 Ag '63 
It's easy and popular to hedge on issue of 

church-state separation. C. Grieder. Na- 
tions Sch 72:6 S '63 
Plea for public support of pluralism in Amer- 
ica; with reply by R. B. Smawley. W. S. 

Fountain, bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 44: 

415-21 Je '63 
Separation of church and state in the state 

of Michigan. M. Garbarini. 11 Mich Ed J 

41:6-15 D '63 
Shared time; opinions differ. W. A. Anderson; 

T. Powell. NEA J 53:28-30 Mr '64 
Thomas Jefferson and the separation of 

church and state. R. P. Magnuson. bibliog 

Ed Forum 27:417-21 My '63 
To pray or not to pray: is that the question? 

F. Greenberg. il PTA Mag 58:22-54- F '64 
See also 
Catholic schools — Federal aid 
Church schools — Federal aid 
Religion in the public schools 

Research 
Social policy and education; church- school 
relations. E. Van Egmond. R Ed Res 34:92 
F '64 

Africa, Sub-Saharan 
Church, state and education in Sub- Sahara 
Africa: an overview. D. Scanlon. Int R Ed 
9 no4:438-47 '63/64 

Canada 

Counting the cost of Canada's denomination- 
al school system. J. E. Cheal. Sch R 72: 
100-15 Spr '64 

Varieties of church-state relations in Cana- 
dian education. F. C. Arricale. bibliog Comp 
Ed R 7:36-42 Je '63 

France 
Church-school question in England and 
France. S. L. Guterman. bibliog Comp Ed R 
7:28-35 Je '63 



Great Britain 

Church-school question In England and 
France. S. L. Guterman. bibliog Comp Ed R 
7:28-35 Je '63 

Religious question in English education. A. 
M. Kazamias. Sch R 72:116-26 Spr '64 

Sweden 
Religious education In Sweden. J. Sjogren. 
Relig Ed 58:298-301-^ My '63 
CHURCH architecture 
See also 
Parish houses 
CHURCH camps 
Really super vacation church school. Mrs 
R. W. Gilford and M. J. Visscher. il Int J 
Relig Ed 40:21-2 Ap '64 
CHURCH colleges. See Christian colleges; 

Denominational colleges 
CHURCH community centers. See Parish 

houses 
CHURCH cooperation. See Religious interrela- 
tions 
CHURCH decoration and ornament 
See also 
Church portals 
CHURCH libraries. See Libraries, Church 
CHURCH membership 
Membership class in a united church; Faith 
united Protestant church. Park Forest, 111. 
H. W. Hastings, il Int J Relig Ed 40: 
16-17-f- Ja '64 
Parochial school education and church mem- 
bership. L. Sargent. Relig Ed 58:294-7-f 
My '63 
What church in what world? M. G. Hummel. 
11 Int J Relig Ed 40:4-5 Ap '64 
See also 
Confirmation 
CHURCH music 
Building ties between school and church ntiu- 
sic. B. J. Novak. Mus Educators J 50:119- 
20 S '63 
Clang of cymbals. W. Glenesk. 11 Mus J 22: 

47-52 Ap '64 
Ephrata cloister's music of yesteryear. C. H. 

Carlson, il Mus J 22:52-1- Ja '64 
Musical life in late eighteenth century Rich- 
mond. A. L. Stoutamire. bibliog f J Res 
Mus Ed 11:99-109 Fall '63 
Protestant chorale in contemporary German 
organ music. D. C. Johns. Am Mus Teach 
13:14-154- Mr '64 
Sacred music; editorial. R. Cummlng. Mus J 
21:44- D '63 
See also 
Oratorios 
CHURCH of England 
See also 
Dissenters 
CHURCH plays. See Religious drama 
CHURCH portals _ 

Gates of paradise; Baptistery of Florence. 
G. Barford. il Grade Teach 81:46-74- Ja '64 
CHURCH related colleges. See Christian col- 
leges; Denominational colleges 
CHURCH schools 
Real meaning of discipline. G. G. Jenkins. 

11 Int J Relig Ed 39:12-134- Je '63 
Religious consequences of public and sec- 
tarian schooling. D. A. Ericlcson. S,ch R 
72:22-33 Spr '64 
See also 
Catholic schools 
Enrollment — Church schools 
Religious education — Weekday schools 
Sunday schools 
Vacation church schools 

Administration 
Protestant schools. A. M. Ahlschwede. Phi 
Delta Kappan 45:136-40 D '63 

Federal aid 
Four contests In federal aid; race, religion. 

interstate rivalry, urban vs. rural interests. 

B. L. Johnson. Mich Ed J 41:12-15 N '63 
Religious schools and secular subjects. G. R. 

La Noue; discussion, bibliog f Harvard 

Ed R 33:336-59, 522-7 Sum-Fall '63 
Separation of church and state in the state 

of Michigan. M. Garbarini. il Mich Ed J 

41:6-15 D '63 

Finance 

Protestant schools. A. M. Ahlschwede. Phi 
Delta Kappan 45:136-40 D '63 
See also 
Church schools — Federal aid 

History 
Biilh of a tradition: historical origins of 
non-sectarian public schools. L. P. Jorgen- 
son, bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 44:407-14 
Je '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



107 



CHURCH schools — Continued 
Statistics 
Statistics of nonpublic schiools. D. B. Gertler. 
Sch Life 4G:3i-6 O '63 

Canada 

Counting the most of Canada's denomina- 
tional schiool systems. J. B. Ciieal. Scii R 
72:100-15 Spr '64 

Varieties of cliurch-state relations in Cana- 
dian education. P. C. Arricale. bibliog 
Comp Ed R 7:36-42 Je '63 

Great Britain 
Sectarians and scliooling. B. R. Wilson. 
Sch R 72:1-21 Spr '64 
CHURCH services 
Morning watch during Lent. H. W. Becker, 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:11 Ja '64 
CHURCH unity 
See also 
Ecumenical movement 
CHURCH work 

Christians in their world. C. C. Wedel. il Int 

J Relig Ed 40:20-1-1- N '63 
1964 service projects for boys and girls. W. 
A. Carhart. il Int J Relig Ed 40:18-19 Mr '64 
Program can be a doorway. A. L. Egly. il 

Int J Relig Ed 40:18-19 N '63 
Under the sharing tree. D. Brinker. 11 Int J 
Relig Ed 40:16-17 O '63 
See also 
Church world service 
Evangelistic Work 
Moving pictures in church work 

Leadership 

Educated women as parish leaders. Sister 

Mary Ralph. Oath Sch J 63:34 D '63 
Growing edge. H. Davis, il Int J Relig Ed 

39:3 Je '63 
Never a dull moment in a group life lab. 

C. C. Wedel. il Int J Relig Ed 39:16-17 Je 

•63 
New ventures in learning to teach. E. F. 

Ansley. il Int J Relig Ed 39:6-7 Jl '63 

Youth programs 
Living ministry. C. P. Zietlow. il Int J 

Relig Ed 40:l4-15-f Ap '64 
Platform for youth work. V. L. Harbour, il 

Int J Relig Ed 40:8-9-1- Mr '64 
Service, love, and the high-schooler. D. 

Pomeroy. il Int J Relig Ed 40:12-134- O 

'63 
Summer activities for students; service activi- 
ties. N. Poppel. Voc Quid Q 12:102-3 Wint 

'63/64 
To grow as sons of God. M. H. Sherman, il 

Int J Relig Ed 39:8-9 Je '63 
Touth share in the ministry. S. S, Libbey. 

il Int J Relig Ed 40:18-194- D '6S 
Touth work in the past decade. H. A. Worth 

Relig Ed 58:391-4 Jl '63 
CHURCH work with adults. See Church work 

CHURCH work with minorities 
Living ministry. C. P. Zietlow. il Int J 

Relig Ed 40:14-154- Ap '64 
Summer, God's gift to the city. I. B. Wood- 
bury, il Int J Relig Ed 40:4-7 Ja '64 
CHURCH work with the aged 

Christian education for maturity. E. T. 

Culver, il Int J Relig Ed 39:8-9 Jl '63 
Senior citizens look to the church. E. T. 
Culver, il Int J Relig Ed 40:14-15 D '63 
CHURCH work with the handicapped 
Religious education for the retarded. Sister 
Miriam Auxihum. Relig Ed 58:281-44- My 
'63 

CHURCH world service 

Cuban refugees are resettled. A. Araya. il 
Int J Relig Ed 40:14-154- Mr '64 
CHURCHES 
See also 
City churches 
Oratories 
CIARROCHI, Raymond 
Fulbrighters in the arts. II pora Overseas 
3:14-17 O '63 
CID, Poema del. See Poema del Cid 

CIGARETTES 

See also 
Smoking 

Advertising 
^^JZ^ ^97 t^^ teen-age market; excerpts from 
^"^l" Consumers union report on smoking 
fk'^H^i^Q public interest. PTA Mag 58:23-4 

Tobacco and the public welfare. M. B 
Neuberger. il PTA Mag 58:10-11 My '64 



CINCINNATI 

Libraries 

See also 
Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio, pub- 
lic library 

Aiken high school 
New school honors music educators. C. L. 
Gary, il Mus Educators J 50:88 S '63 

Public schools 
Setting up the maintenance budget. C. L. 

Koehler. Am Sch & Univ 34 :M 1-M4 '62 
Teacher evaluation: reports of practice in 
Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Redfern. Nat Ei 
Prin 43:57-60 N '63 
CINCINNATI and Hamilton County, Ohio, pub- 
lic library 
Made in the house. E. Cameron. 11 Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:550-1 Mr '64 
CINCINNATI. University 
Cincinnati's Mr Corbett; Corbett music lec- 
tures at College- conservatory of music. 
R. H. Voss. il Mus J 22:784- Mr '64 
CINEFLUOROGRAPHY 
Tongue markers for cinefluorographic 
analysis. J. M. Lifschiz. bibliog il J Speech 
& Hearing Dig 28:393-6 N '63 
CINEIVIICROGRAPHY. See Photomicrography 
CINNAIVIINSON, New Jersey 

Memorial school 
How teachers in one school produced a 
curriculum showcase. G. Stang. il Sch Mgt 
7:52-3 D '63 

Public schools 
Can small districts afford a business manager? 
interview with A. Claffee and J. Mac- 
Allister. Sch Mgt 8:70-3 F '64 
CIRCLE 
How to find the center of a circle. K. Tan. 
diags Math Teach 56:554-6 N '63 
CIRCUIT testers. See Electric circuit testers 
CIRCULAR saws. See Saws 

CIRCULATION of the blood. See Blood— Circu- 
lation 
CITIES and towns 
City as the portal of the future. M. Mead 
and B. Steig. il J Nurs Ed 19:146-53 Ap 
'64 
See also 
Slums 
Urbanization 

Federal aid 
See Federal and municipal relations 
Growth 
Origins of population, Turrialba, Costa Rica, 
1948. C. J. Schwartz and P. C. Morrison, 
bibliog f map J Geog 62:352-61 N '63 
^ee also 
Metropolitan areas 
CITIES and towns in literature 
Topographical guide to Under milk wood. 
J. Rea. Col Engl 25:535-42 Ap '64 
CITIZENS advisory committees. See Citizens 

committees 
CITIZENS committees 
Advisory committees In adult education. M. 

Babitz. Calif Ed 1:13 D '63 
Advisory council for adult education. J. L. 

Gable. Adult Lead 12:235-64- F '64 
Community advisory council on family life 
education in action. J. Wagner. Adult Lead 
12:267-84- Mr '64 
Developing a favorable climate for tax refer- 

52:236-74-^ ^7'^^ ^"*^ ^" ^^ ^'^''^- "' ^^ 

How to use citizens' committees. Sch Mgt 8: 
944- F '64 

Needed: more citizen participation. J Ter- 
wilhger. bibliog f 111 Ed 52:58-94- O '63 

Roles of lay and professional persons. C. B. 
Buell. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:28-9 
O 63 
See also 

Administration of schools— Public participa- 
tion 

CITIZENSHIP 
■^^r,.*']? editor sees it. L. B. Irwin. Social 

Studies 55:82 Mr '64 
Politics of political integration. R. M Gold- 
-,,f»an J Negro Ed 33:26-34 Wint '64 
^ xJ'^,JO'!^<^®'^oc''atic citizenship in the 1960's. 
Yfbk^'3?a-16"'*6T' '^^^ Council Social Studies 
CITIZENSHIP education 
Civil disobedience in a democratic society. 
J. L. Barth. Clearing House 38:387-9 Mr 
64 
Every citizen holds ofHce. J, F. Kennedy. 
Ky Sch J 42:50-1 Mr '64 x^wmeuy. 



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CITIZENSHIP education — Continued 

Political symbolism in civic education. S. 

A. Rippa. bibliog Social Studies 54:218- 

21 N '63 , . . X T^ 

Teacher's task in combating: crime J. E. 

Hoover Teach Col J 35:119-20 D '63 
Teaching about communism; not as a crash 
program. C. C. Jennings. Ed Lead 20:507- 
11 My '63 
See also 
Citizenship education project 
Civics ,. J ■-, ^• 

Aims and objectives 

Consent of the governed and citizenship 
education in modern America. P. M. New- 
mann. bibliog Sch R 71:404-24 Wint '63 

Projects 
Sir Valiant: champion of citizenship. 11 Grade 

Teach 81:30+ O '63 
Student council organizes to promote citizen- 
ship. F. B. Dixon. Sch Activities 34:259-61 
My '63 

Value 
Anecdote of the young lieutenant. L. H. 
Pollak. il PTA Mag 58:10-12 Ap '64 

Elementary schools 
Current affairs, special events, and civic 
participation. D. M. Praser. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 32:131-49 '62 

High schools 
Citizen, the law and the school. J. D. Stecher. 

Teach Col J 35:118-19 D '63 . . ^ 

Education for responsible citizenship A. J. 

Celebrezze. Teach Col J 35:117-18 D '63 
They saw for themselves; a student citizen- 
ship tour. T. Shaffer, il Ariz Teach 52: 

18-19 Mr '64 
CITIZENSHIP education project 
It happened in Oklahoma City: Citizenship 

education project. B. V. Wadkins. NEA J 

52:39-40 N '63 
CITY and country 
See also 
Rural -urban migration 
CITY and town life 
Are children in the suburbs different? B. 

Psaltis and A. Miel. Ed Lead 21:436-40 

Ap '64 
Economics of the city. L. Senesh. Grade 

Teach 81:30+ D '63 
Music, city living, and the future. S. Diller. 

diae Mus J 22:68+ Mr '64 
Planning for good conditions. A. G. Skard. 

J Nurs Ed 19:161-3 Ap '64 
Shaping the urban culture. K. Haygood. 

Adult Ed 14:111-16 Wint '64 
CITY boards of education. See Boards of edu- 
cation — City 
CITY children 
Children of the city streets, il Int J Relig Ed 

40:4-10 Ja '64 
City as the portal of the future. M. Mead 

and E. Steig. il J Nurs Ed 19:146-53 Ap '64 
Farm.'? for city children. Times Ed Sup 2502: 

923 My 3 '63 
Relationship of sex, grade level, and locale 

to performance of high IQ students on 

divergent thinking tests. H. J. Klausmeier 

and W. Wiersma. bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 

114-19 Ap '64 
Teachers study the social education of urban 

children. R. Ellsworth and A. T. Allen. El 

Sch J 64:420-6 My '64 
CITY churches 

Christian education in the inner city. J. 

Collins. Relig Ed 58:276-80+ My '63 
CITY councils. See Municipal government 
CITY growth. See Cities and towns — Growth 
CITY life. See City and town life 
CITY planning 
Brasilia. J. E. Searles. il plan Sch Arts 63: 

24-8 O '63 
Brasilia: the emergence of a national capital. 

J. P. Augelli. bibliog f il maps J Geog 62: 

241-52 S '63 
City as the portal of the future. M. Mead 

and E. Steig. il J Nurs Ed 19:146-53 Ap 

'64 
If I taught civics in megalopolis! R. G. Howes. 

Cath Sch J 64:62 Mr '64 
Urban growth and city school design. W. D. 

Harris. Am Sch & Univ 34:37-42 '62 
See also 
Urban renewal 

Teaching 
Survival by design; study of community plan- 
ning. R. Squeri. il Sch Arts 63:12-15 S '63 
CITY school administration. See Administra- 
tion of schools — City 
CITY school children. See City children 



CITY schools 
All-age school; a new interpretation of the 

neighborhood school, il plans Am Sch & 

Univ 36:27-31 Mr '64 
Better city school support; Great cities pro- 
gram for school improvement. W. C. Bruce. 

Am Sch Bd J 147:43 O '63 
Can administrators justify neighborhood 

schools, if those schools have the effect of 

creating or continuing segregation? J. H. 

Fischer. Nations Sch 73:46-7-t- F '64 
City school principal looks at the latest 

Conant report: Slums and suburbs. S. 

Israel. Ed Forum 28:41-3 N '63 
Dropouts, automation, and the cities. R. A. 

Dentler. Teach Col Rec 65:475-83 Mr '64 
Elementary school in the city: a conference 

report. United States. Office of education. 

Elementary schools section. Sch Life 45: 

26-34 Je; 16-22 Jl '63 
Issues in educating the culturally disad- 
vantaged. B. A. Kaplan, bibliog f Phi 

Delta Kappan 45:70-6 N '63 
Keep neighborhood school: school adminis- 
trators opinion poll. Nations Sch 72:18 O 

'63 
Neighborhood school. A. B. Shaw. Am Sch 

& Univ ,?fi:9 D '63 
Opinions differ: de facto segregation; comp. 

by B. Fielding, il NEA J 53:11-14 My '64 
Progress for urban schools. 11 Am Sch & 

Univ 36:27-31 N '63 
Student government via a chartered city. G. 

K. Dolan. Sch Activities 35:215-17 Mr '64 
Teacher training for the difficult school. A. C. 

Ornstein. Peabody J Ed 41:235-7 Ja '64 
Teachers and resources for urban educa- 
tion. H. R. Schueler. Nat Comm Teach 

Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963:228-39 
Teachers for megalopolis; with comments by 

J. M. Sachs. Y. Lofthouse: H. Schueler. 

Am Assn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 16:135-49 '63 
Teachers for the schools in our big cities. 

H. N. Rivlin. Pa Univ Schoolmens Week 

Proc 50:39-76 '62 
Teaching corps: a pilot project for the 

preparation of teachers for urban schools. 

D. M. McGeoch and J. C. Copp. Nat Comm 

Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963: 

332-41 
Time allotment in elementary schools; poli- 
cies and practices. O. T. Jarvis. Nat El 

Prin 43:64-5 S '63 
Urban growth and city school design. W. D. 

Harris. Am Sch & Univ 34:37-42 '62 
Urbanization, urban renewal, and the schools. 

■\V. L. Slayton. Ill Ed 52:292-4+ Mr "64 
VE.4 '63 holds unusual implications for large 

cities. C. L. Byerly. Sch Shop 23:40-1 Ap 

'64 
What's happening in education? neighborhood 

.school district plan. W. D. Boutwell. PTA 

Mag 58:33-4 S '63 
Who would teach here. M. B. Smiley. 11 PTA 

Mag 58:16-19 S '63 
CIVIC education. See Citizenship education 
CIVIC experience program. See Social sciences 

— Curriculum 
CIVIC orchestras. See Orchestras 
CIVICS 

Motivation 
Civics comes to life. H. W. Jorgenson. Mont 

Ed 40:25-6 N '63 

Projects 
Surveys for civics. D. Floyd, il Tex Outl 47: 
12-13 Ag '63 

Teaching 
Case studies revive student interest. D. J. 

R. Holman. Tex Outl 47:22-3 D '63 
If I taught civics in megalopolis! R. G. Howes. 

Cath Sch J 64:62 Mr '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Civics comes to life. H. W. Jorgenson. Mont 

Ed 40:25-6 N '63 

Teaching methods 
Experimental class In American government. 

J. W. Fitzpatrick. Mont Ed 40:11-12 Ap '64 
CIVIL defense 

Civil defense adult education program. C L. 

Harkins. 11 Ariz Teach 52:20-1 S '63 
Civil defense adult education projected on 

five-year basis. Calif Ed 1:19 F '64 
Civil defense education, an answer to anx- 
iety. W. J. J. Smith. Calif Ed 1:14+ N '63 
Constituent-congressional communication on 

fallout shelters: the congressional polls. R. 

A. Brody and E. R. Tufte. J Comm 14: 

34-49 Mr '64 
Higher education and civil defense. S. L. 

Pittman. Ed Rec 44:332-5 O '63 
See also 
Atomic bomb shelters 



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109 



CIVIL defense — Continued 
Schools 
Does vour school offer disaster protection? 
O. Kleb. il plan Am Sch Bd J 147:29-30 S 
•63 
You and civil defense; a Ruide for teachers, 
administrators, and school board members, 
il maps plan NEA J 53:39-54 Mr '64 
CIVIL disobedience. See Passive resistance to 

government 
CIVIL engineering 

Teaching aids and devices 

West Point AV story; Department of military 
art and engineering. J. R. Eiting and W. F. 
Roos. il Ed Screen Av G 43:34-5 Ja '64 
CIVIL liberties union, American. See American 

civil liberties union 
CIVIL rights 

American library association and civil rights; 
excerpts from report. J. E. Bryan. ALA Bui 
57:747 S '63 

Civil rights. Higher Ed 20:18 O '63 

Civil rights and the schoolmen. M. Wein- 
berg. Phi Delta Kappan 45:371-6 My '64 

Economic, legal, and social status of teach- 
ers; civil rights. H. Davis and others. R Ed 
Res 33:403 O '63 

Teaching the Bill of rights. W. J. Brennan, 
jr. bibliog f Social Ed 27:238-434- My '63 
See also 

Due process of law 

Negroes in the United States — Civil rights 

United States — Constitution — Bill of rights 
CIVIL service 

Examinations 

Characteristics of successful policemen and 
firemen applicants. J. D. Matarazzo and 
others, bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:123-33 Ap 

Civil service to accept teacher certificates of 
proficiency. R. A. Fulton. Bal Sheet 45: 
159-60 D '63 

United States 
Negro in the federal government. J. Hope, 
2d, and E. E. Shelton. bibliog f J Negro Ed 
32:367-74 Fall '63 
Negro youth and employment opportunities. 
W. E. Amos and J. Perry. J Negro Ed 32: 
358-66 Fall '63 
See also 
Government oflficials and employees 
CIVILIAN defense. See Civil defense 

CIVILIZATION 

Realistic approach to the study of world 
cultures. L. M. Bouchard. Peabody J Ed 
41:266-9 Mr '64 
See also 
Anthropology 
Culture 

History 

Teaching 
For teachers of courses called western civili- 
zation: a lament. L. E. Bumgartner. AAUP 
Bui 49:123-4 Je '63; Reply. R. V. Sires. 
49:370-1 D '63 
CIVILIZATION, American. See United States- 
Civilization 
CIVILIZATION and technology. See Technol- 
ogy and civilization 
CLAMPS 

See also 
Holding devices (machine work) 
CLAPEYRON equation. See Vaporization, Heat 

of 
CLAREMONT, California 

High school 

Claremont high school library. D. D. Reber. 
il plans Am Sch Bd J 147:16-1- N '63 
CLAREMONT graduate school, California 

Team teaching; Claremont graduate school. 
T. Neel. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:44-5 
My '63 
CLAREMONT reading conference 

Claremont reading conference; twenty-sev- 
enth yearbook, 19G3; special theme. Readers 
for the twenty-first century; ed. by M. P. 
Douglass. (V27) 156p bibliog pa '63 Clare- 
mont graduate sch. curric. laboratory 
CLARINET 

Clarinet corner; ed. by D. Kaplan. See issues 
of School musician 

Dr Lucien Cailliet writes a letter about the 
alto clarinet. L. Cailliet. Sch Musician 34: 
56-7 Ap '63 

E-flat contrabass clarinet. P. B. Moore, il 
Sch Musician 35:50-1 Mr '64 



Effect of Interior shape and size of clarinet 

mouthpieces on intonation and tone quality. 

W. L. Wehner. J Res Mus Ed 11:131-6 

Fall '63 

Garden hose clarinet. Mus Educators J 50:44 

F •f)4 
Some new thoughts on clarinet embouchure. 
G. S. Smith, bibliog Sch Musician 35;33-5 F 
'64 
Why the alto clarinet is important. N. W. 
Hovey. Sch Musician 34:39-40 Ja '63 
CLARKE school for the deaf, Northampton, 
Massachusetts 
Personal hygiene for teenagers. A. S. Miller, 
bibliog Volta R 66:179-83 Ap '64 
CLARKSDALE, Mississippi 
Christian educator's involvement in the race 
crisis. J. Denham. Relig Ed 59:95-7 Ja '64 
CLASS distinction 
High and low. Timeg Ed Sup 2535:915 D 20 

'63 
Privilege and discipline: American experience. 
Times Ed Sup 2501:862 Ap 26 '63 
See also 
Middle classes 
Social classes 
CLASS grouping. See Ability grouping 
CLASS newspapers. See Student newspapers 

and periodicals 
CLASS periods 
Glenbrook schedules classes in twenty minute 
modules, to multiply and divide periods. 
S. Salt, il Nations Sch 72:34 Jl '63 
Rescheduling to improve the instructional 
program. J. W. Cassel. Am Sch Bd J 147: 
15 O '63 
See also 
Time allotments 
CLASS plan of piano instruction. See Piano 

classes 
CLASS reunions 
200 attend Kansas vocational agriculture re- 
union; Garden City, Kansas. J. D. Adams, 
il Ag Ed Mag 36:188-9 F '64 
CLASS schedules. See Schedules. School 

CLASS size 
Do you have enough staff to do a proper 
job? numerical staffing adequacy. B. H. 
McKenna. Am Sch & Univ 36:42-3 S '63 

Research 

Class size and co-ordinated instruction. J. P. 
De Cecco. bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34: 
65-74 F '64 

Issue of class size. P. M. Hollingsworth. bib- 
liog Ed 84:433-6 Mr '64 

Scholastic attainments as related to size and 
homogeneity of classes. S. Marklund. Ed 
Res 6:63-7 N '63 

Colleges and universities 
College curriculum: an academic wasteland? 
E. J. McGrath. bibliog Liberal Ed 49:235-46 
My '63 
Relationship of cost of instruction and at- 
titudes toward instruction. G. H. Stempel. 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:207-9 D '63 

California 
Class size: value vs. dollars. Calif Ed 1:11-12 
O '63 

New York (state) 
Class size and the New York contract. D. 
Selden. Phi Delta Kappan 45:283-7 Mr '64 
CLASS visitation. See Classroom visitation; 

Supervision and supervisors 
CLASSES, Size of. See Class size 

CLASSICAL association of the Middle West 
and South 

Meetings, 1964 
Sixtieth annual meeting, Charlottesville, Va, 
March 26-28, 1964; program. Class J 59:215- 
18 F '64 
CLASSICAL education 
American educated to be a good Roman em- 
peror. W. J. Chapaitis. Class J 59:300-2 
Ap '64 
We see by the papers; ed. by R. M. Frazer, 
jr. See issues of Classical journal 
See also 
Humanities 

Great Britain 
Classics at Sussex. Times Ed Sup 2547:662 
Mr 13 '64 

CLASSICAL languages 

See also 
Latin language 

Bibliography 
Book reviews; ed. by R. J. Lenardon. See 
issues of Classical journal 



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CLASSICAL languages — Continued 
Teaching 
Forum; ed. by A. M. Lashbrook. See Issues 
of Classical journal 

High schools 
Classical languages: issues, developments, 
principal's view. Brother Edward Daniel; 
C. E. Bock; J. C. McLain. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 47:19-27 N '63 
CLASSICAL literature 
Burning in the night: Project enrichment. 
J. E. McAllister. J Sec Ed 39:3-8 Ja '64 
See also 
Greek literature 
Latin literature 

Teaching 

Catholic colleges 
Role of the classics in a Catholic college. 
M. R. Nugent, bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:456-61 
O '63 

Value 
Role of the classics in a Catholic college. 
M. R. Nugent, bibliog f Cath Ed R 61:456- 
61 O '63 
CLASSICAL music. See Music 

CLASSIFICATION 

Best classifying every individual at every 
level. L. L. McQuitty. Ed & Psychol M 
23:337-45 Sum '63 

Classification of the argumentative proposi- 
tion. W. F. Terris. Q J Speech 49:266-73 
O '63; Reply with rejoinder. H. Howard. 50: 
75-7 F '64 

Concept attainment in children: classifymg 
and defining. D. M. Johnson and C. A. 
O'Reilly. J Ed Psychol 55:71-4 Ap '64 

Concepts from semantics as avenues to read- 
ing improvement. D. Cooper. Engl J 53: 
85-90 F '64 

Discriininant analysis, classification and Ip- 
sative scoring. C. E. Hall, bibliog J Exp 
Ed :^2:159-65 Wint '63 

Effective projects in mathematics and science 
teaching: a laboratory exercise in taxon- 
omy. P. M. Green. Sch Sci & Math 64:265-6 
Ap '64 
See also 

Biology — Classification 

Climatology — Classification 

Books 
Book classification. Times Ed Sup 2510:1419 
Je 28 '63 

Students 

Discriminant analysis of achievement char- 
acteristics for multi-grade grouping of 
students. D. A. Leton and H. E. Anderson, 
jr. J Exp Ed 32:293-7 Spr '64 

Grouping for teachability. H. A. Thelen. TIP 
2:81-9 Ap '63 

Special child or retarded child? some problems 
of a special class placement. I. Z. Holowin- 
sky. bibliog Train Sch Bui 60:118-22 N '63 

Validation of vocational planning interview 
scales; with comment by D. E. Super. 
W. D. Gribbons and P. R. L#ohnes. J Coun- 
sel Psychol 11:20-6 Spr '64 
See also 

Ability grouping 

Grade placement 

Colleges and universities 

Classification of students on the basis of 
strength. R. A. Berger. Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:514-15 D '63 

Placement in general chemistry. V. M. 
Schelar and others. J Chem Ed 40:369-70 
Jl '63 

Elementary schools 

Further investigation of sex differences in 
achievement of under-, average-, and over- 
achieving students within five IQ groups in 
grades four through eight. K. M. Parslev, 
jr, and others, bibliog J Ed Res 57:268-70 
Ja '64 

Junior high schools 

Achievement in eighth grade science by 
heterogeneous and homogeneou.q classes L. 
J. Bicak. bibliog diag Sci Ed 48:13-22 F '64 

Classification of pupils for a foreign language 
program. D. Selmer. French R 37:332-8 Ja 
'64 

Try voluntary grouping. F. S. Elkins. Tex 
Outl 47:18-19 Jl '63 
CLASSIFICATION, Decimal 

Dewey decimal classification. Wilson Lib Bui 
38:381 Ja '64 

Plans for a field survey of the use of the 
Dewey decimal classification (DDC) Wilson 
Lib Bui 38:5274- Mr '64 



CLASSROOM communicators. See Teaching — 

Aids and devices 
CLASSROOM exhibits. See Exhibits 
CLASSROOM libraries. See Libraries, School 
CLASSROOM management 

Advice to parents about managing children. 
Ky Sch J 42:40 Ap '64 

Approach to classroom control. W. E. Har- 
rington. Ohio Sch 41:19 O '63 

Boredom, the unhidden enemy. C. W. Obu- 
chowski. French R 37:343-8 Ja '64 

Climate of the classroom. H. Fleck. Prac 
Forecast 9:9+ Ja "64 

Concept of discipline for new teachers. J. A. 
Dickinson. Bsns Ed Forum 17:19+ My "63 

Do we really prize creativity? E. Margolin. 
El Sch J 64:117-21 D '63; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:5-7 Mr '64 

Excuse me. teacher. P. M. Harding. Ohio Sch 
41:18 O '63 

Grouping for teachability. H. A. Thelen. TIP 
2:81-9 Ap '63 

Human relations in the classroom: a challenge 
to teacher education. North Central associ- 
ation of colleges and secondary schools. 
Commission on research and service. Sub- 
committee on human relations in the class- 
room. North Cen Assn Q 38:255-70 Wint '64 

Humanetics at work: a guide for solving 
classroom problems. M. Dzitzer. Clearing 
House 37:537-9 My '63 

Improving the teacher's handling of class- 
room routines. I. D. Satlow. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
31:76-81 My '63 

In the beginning . . . G. C. Kendall. Cath 
Sch J 64:32 Ja '64 

Limit approach to discipline. J. F. Ohles. 
J Sec Ed 38:125-9 D '63 

Order in the classroom. M. Salkin. H Points 
45:40-4 D '63 

Patterns of needs as predictors of class- 
room behavior of teachers. K. H. Wodtke 
and others, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23: 
569-77 Autumn '63 

Relationship of discipline with academic 
achievement. G. H. Budd. Can Ed Res Di- 
gest 3:114-19 Je '63 

Secondary school discipline; with comments 
by F. D. Bartlett and M. Luney. K. Lar- 
son, il NEA J 52:12-17 S '63 

Self-analysis of teaching techniques. E. 
Amidon and others. Pa Sch J 112:65-6 O '63 

Teaching remedial groups. Sch & Com 50:18- 
19 Ap '64 

That extra margin. F. M. Saunders, il Tex 
Outl 47:16-17 Jl '63 

What are we going to do today, teacher? 
I. Lerner. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:43 
Ap '64 
See also 

Discipline, School 

Teaching — Democratic practices 

Evaluation 
Methodological problems in predicting teacher 
effectiveness. R. S. Soar, bibliog J Exp 
Ed 32:287-91 Spr '64 

Research 

Analysis of remedial activities used by ele- 
mentary teachers in coping with classroom 
behavior problems. D. L. Barnes. J Ed 
Res 56:544-7 Jl '63 

Analysis of teaching- improvement sugges- 
tions to student teachers. E. J. Swineford. 
J Exp Ed 32:299-303 Spr 'G4 

Theory of instruction with special reference 
to the teacher: an information system ap- 
proach. D. G. Ryans. bibliog diags J Exp 
Ed 32:191-223 Wint '63 
CLASSROOM research. See Action research 

CLASSROOM visitation 
Stimulating technique: teachers observe other 

teachers. J. DeVita. Clearing House 37:549- 

50 My '63 
See also 
Supervision and supervisors 
CLASSROOMS 
Audio-visual minimum standards for Mich- 
igan. Michigan audio-visual association. 11 

Mich Ed J 41:21-7 D '63 
Classroom as a sensitizing factor. S. A. 

Czurles. il Art Ed 17:5-7 Mr '64 
Classroom shortage and federal aid. G. J. 

Sterner. Chicago Sch J 45:93-4 N '63 
How many more classrooms do we need? 

5"i7^^, '^^ ^V.% OfTice of education. Sch Mgt 

(:.5/-.5+ b ()3 
Milwaukee's modernization program. A. E 

Westgaard. Am Sch ^ Univ 34:35-6 '62 
Protean classroom. C. D. Edwards, il Times 

Ed Sup 2502:918 My 3 '63 ''"^'"''- -^^^^ 
Providing optional classroom environments 

within fiscal limitations, or windowless 

.schools. G. J. Collins. Assn Sch Bsns OfH- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 48:227-32 '62 



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CLASSROOMS — Continued ,„^„ , , 

Schoolhousing in 1963: USOE survey be|lns 
next month. Q. J. Collins Sch Life 46:8-11 
O '63 

This usly old building was converted to use- 
ful classroom space, il Sch Mg-t 7:72-3 D bS 
See also 

Agricultural rooms 

Art rooms 

Business education rooms 

Home rooms 

Multipurpose rooms 

Electronic equipment 
Electronics classroom aids business educa- 
tion M. Q. Gallagher, il Am Voc J 39:22-3 

Fix it so it will work; experiment with a 
classroom response system; with reply by 
R. B. Corrigan. D. M. Crossnoan. il Av 
Instr 8:596-601 O '63 

Heating and ventilation 

Case for enclosed furnaces, diag Am Sch & 
Univ 36:32 F '64 

Light control 
Darkening the classroom. R. Tiller, il Am 

Biol Teach 26:210-11 Mr '64 
It's done with mirrors. H. Cress. 11 Sch Shop 

23:44 Mr '64 , _ . , . 

Roll-on light control. J. M. Parsons. Av Instr 

8:700 N '63 
To darken a classroom. D. Carlson. Instr 73: 
59 O '63 
CLASSROOMS, Self-contained. See Self-con- 
tained classrooms 
CLASSROOMS, Traveling. See Traveling class- 
rooms 
CLATHRATE compounds. See Molecular com- 
pounds 
CLAUSES. See English language — Clauses 
CLAVICHORD 
See also 
Piano 
CLAY 
Clay etching on paper. R. T. Cameron. 11 

Instr 73:29 Ja '64 
Craftsman and teacher. W. Farrell. 11 Sch 

Arts 63:29-30 N '63 
Series of small things brought together. J. 
Jackson, il Arts & Activities 55:14-16 Mr 
•64 
CLAY modeling. See Modeling 
CLAY sculpture. See Ceramic sculpture 

CLEANING 

See also 
House cleaning 
School buildings — Cleaning 
Vacuum cleaning 
CLEANING compositions 
Elfect of oil on the soiling and detergency of 
a nylon fabric. B. S. Stowe and A. J. Bal- 
lard, bibliog J Home Econ 56:176-80 Mr '64 
CLEANLINESS. See Hygiene, Personal 

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain, 
pseud) 
Old times on the Mississippi as an initiation 

story. B. Mills. Col Engl 25:283-9 Ja '64 
Pudd'nhead Wilson; a literary caeisarean 
operation. R. A. Wiggins. Col Engl 25: 
182-6 D '63 
Silas Phelps' unwritten sermon. M. H. Bern- 
stein, bibliog f Relig Ed 58:257-61 My '63 
Three novels for comparative study in the 
twelfth grade; Huckleberry Finn, The 
catcher in the rye, and Intruder in the 
dust. G. B. Little. Engl J 52:501-5 O '63 
CLEOPATRA; moving picture. See Moving 

picture plays — Criticisms, plots, etc. 
CLERGY 
Pastor and his role. L. D. Chase. 11 Int J 
Relig Ed 40:16-17 N '63 
See also 
Catholic church — Clergy 
Negro clergy 

Education 
Cotton Mather's Manuductio ad ministerium. 

E. E. White. Q J Speech 49:308-19 O '63 
Layman views seminary education. W. H. 
Conley. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:65-9 Ag 
'63 
Progress and prospects in seminary adminis- 
tration. E. I. Van Antwerp. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:69-74 Ag '63 
See also 
Theological education 
CLERGY In literature 

Ibsen's contrasting clergy. E. E. KildaJil. 
bibliog f Ed Theatre J 15:348-57 D '63 
CLERICAL aptitude tests. See Aptitude tests 



CLERICAL work , . „, „ ,^ 

Guidance for business education. W. Selden. 
Voc Guid Q 12:107-12 Wint '63/64 

Aims and objectives 
Outcomes in developing vocational compe- 
tence in clerical occupations. E. B. Weeks, 
Jr. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:53-65 '63 

Teaching 

Businessman looks at business education In 

the high schools. J. H. Morrow. Bal Sheet 

45:105-8-L N '63 , , ^ . 

Clerical practice and the potential dropout. 

B. Kane, bibliog il J Bsns Ed 39:191-4 F '64 

How to teach clerical practice to slow 

learners. A. Bllenbogen. Bsns Ed World 

44:264- Ap '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
General clerical field trips. D. L. Brown. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:23 O '63 
CLERICAL workers. See Office workers 
CLEVELAND 

Orange high school 
ST-TOP: specialized teaching, the Orange 
program. P. Lozanoff. Am Biol Teach 
26:366-8 My '64 

Public schools 
Word meaning difficulties. M. Wozencraft. 
El Engl 41:44-6 Ja '64 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio 

Junior high schools 
Eclectic, experimental programs in composi- 
tion; Cleveland Heights-University Heights 
school district, Ohio. L. Freyman. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:46-52 F '64 
CLEVELAND public library . ,^ . 

Linda A. Eastman. R. C. LIndquist. II ALA 
Bui 57:783-5 S '63 
CLICHES. See English language — Terms and 

phrases 
CLIMATE. See Climatology 
CLIMATOLOGY 
See also 
Rain and rainfall 

Classification 
Flow chart for climate classification. J. R. 
Castelli. J Geog 63:19-23 Ja '64 , . ^ 

Variations in Oklahoma's climate as depicted 
bv the Koppen and early Thornthwaite clas- 
sifications. A. H. Doerr and S. M. Suther- 
land, bibliog f maps J Geog 63:60-6 F '64 
CLINICAL psychology 
See also 
Psychotherapy 

Methodology 
Diagnosis 
Modern approaches to counseling diagnosis. 
P. P. Robinson, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
10:325-33 Wint '63 

Interviewing 
First five minutes; its significance in mental 
health. R. E. Pittenger. bibliog J Comm 13: 
140-5 S '63 

CLINICS. Child guidance. See Child guidance 
clinics 

CLINICS, Mental retardation. See Mental re- 
tardation clinics 

CLINICS, Reading. See Reading clinics 

CLINICS, Speech. See Speech defects — Correc- 
tion 

CLOCK reaction. See Chemical reaction 

CLOCKS and watches 
Globe clock. M. S. Hahn. II diags Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 53:44-5 Ap '64 

CLOISTERS. See Convents and nunneries 

CLOSED circuit television. See Television — 

Closed circuit 
CLOTHES dryers. See Laundry equipment 

CLOTHING and dress 
Dressing right: a resource unit for business 

education. Bsns Ed Forum 18:31 F '64 
Housewives' opinions of and experiences with 

easy care, wash-wear clothing. D. C. Hull. 

J Home Econ 55:773-6 D '63 
New accessories for your clothing portfolio. 

M. G, Ryan, il Prac Forecast 9:32-5 N '63 
New dimensions for your clothing portfolio. 

M. G. Ryan, il Prac Forecast 9:42-5 Mr '64 
New fabrics for your clothing portfolio. M. G. 

Ryan, il Prac Forecast 9:20-3 Ja '64 
New fashions for your clothing portfolio. 

M. G. Ryan, il Prac Forecast 9:48-51 O '63: 

48-51 P '64 



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CLOTHING and dress — Continued. 
New tailoring techniques for your clothing 
portfolio. M. G. Ryan, il Prac Forecast 
9:18-21 Ap '64 
See also 
Childrens clothes 
Costume 
Fashion 
Sewing . , . , 

Psychological aspects 

Body- image boundaries in relation to clothing 
fabric and design preferences of a group 
of hospitalized psychotic women. N. H. 
Compton. bibliog J Home Econ 56:40-5 Ja 

Teaching 
Can we teach taste? D. Stepat-Devan. 11 
Prac Forecast 9:56-7+ S '63 
CLOTHING construction. See Sewing 

CLOTHING fabric and design preference test. 

See Preferences (psychology) — Tests and 
scales 
CLOTHING industry 

Great Britain 
Desperate, lousy and chaotic; picture of in- 
dustry. Times Ed Sup 2501:874 Ap 26 '63 

CLOUDS 
Clouds portrayed in cotton aid in weather 

instruction. D. H. Lokke. il J Geog 62:323-4 

O '63 
CLOZE procedure. See Language arts — Tests 

and scales 

CLUBS , ^ , , 

Anyone can learn to ski under school super- 
vision. C. Kremer. Sch Activities 35:168 1 

'64 
Mentally retarded teenagers in a social group; 

Queen's teens. S. Gershenson and M. 

Schreiber. il Children 10:104-8 My '63 
Promote a fishing club! E. F. Kamer. Sch 

Activities 35:134-5 Ja '64 
Space and equipment for club activities, v. 

E. Foster, il Int J Relig Ed 39:12-13+ Jl 

'63 
See also 
Athletic clubs 
Audio-visual clubs 
Book clubs 
Boys clubs 
Business clubs 
Business mens clubs 
Distributive education — Clubs 
4-H clubs 

Home economics clubs 
Languages, Modern — Clubs 
Library clubs 
Mathematic clubs 
Photography clubs 
Radio clubs 
Student ma.ior clubs 
Young farmers associations 

Catholic schools 
Vocation club. Sister Mary Avila. Cath Sch J 
64:54 Mr '64 

Colleges and universities 
See also 
Student unions 

Elementary schools 
Service club in the elementary school. R. M. 
Slcahan. Sch Activities 34:277-8 My '63 

High schools 
Aerospace is a challenging interest activity. 

B. Blackmon. Sch Activities 35:195-6 Mr 

'64 
High school peace corps. S. Sobel and C. 

Cherkis. Social Ed 27:310-12 O '63 
Key club as an adjunct to the guidance 

program; supported by local Kiwanis club. 

J. Stein. H Points 46:70-2 Mr '64 
Let's start a cadet campers club. R. A. 

Garra. Sch Activities 35:198-9 Mr '64 
Student management of secondary school 

clubs. R. J. Erickson. Ed 84:242-6 D '63 
Student tutors for floundering classmates. 

Sch Activities 35:255-6 Ap '64 
To dwell in unity; Human relations club. 

L. Lieberman. H Points 46:52-4 Ja '64 

Junior high schools 
Club correlates science and mathematics. J. 
Jedlicka. Sci Teach 31:55 Mr '64 

Teachers colleges 
Professional growth through club activities. 
M. R. Altenhein. N Y State Ed 50:14 Je '63 
CLUMSINESS. See Awkwardness 

COACHES and coaching (academic) See Tutors 
and tutoring 



COACHES and coaching (athletics) 

Coaches' clinic. See issues of Athletic journal 
Coaching football in the space age. B. Ham- 
mer. Schol Coach 32:36+ Je '63 
Coaching your hitters. G. Toporcer. 11 Schol 

Coach 33:."4+ F; 14+ Mr '64 
Meet the 1964 presidents of national coaches 

associations. il J Health Phys Ed Rec 

35:26-7 Ap '64 
Ofticials and coaches are on the same team. 

C. J. Alderson. il J Health Phys Ed Rec 

34:40-2 N '63 
Reaching the staff decision. C. Mills. Athletic 

J 43:46 Je '63 „ „ 

Seasonal planning and organization. H. H. 

Wolf. Athletic J 44:56+ Mr '64 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 

Coaches' corner. See issues of Scholastic 
coach 

Directories 

Coaching school directory. Athletic J 44:109- 

15 Ap '64 
Coaching school directory. Schol Coach 
33:78-81 Ap '64 

Duties 
High school wrestlers need motivation. C. 
Skinner and T. J. Krupa. Athletic J 44:46-8 
D '63 

High schools 
Coaching with a TV tape recorder. 11 Schol 

Coach 33:56-8 Ja '64 
Coach's legal liabilities. M. Tener. Schol 

Coach 33:50-1+ N '63 
Relationship between the team physician 
and the coach. B. Troppmann. Athletic J 
44:54+ Ja '64 
Ritual method of coaching hurdling. D. Mul- 
ligan. Schol Coach 33:41+ F '64 
Training the base coaches. B. Cohen, il Schol 
Coach 33:42+ Mr '64 
COASTERS. See Table mats, tiles, etc. 
COATESVILLE, Pennsylvania 
Public schools 
Wliat four districts are doing about de- 
segregation: Coatesville. Pa. S. E. Mc- 
Donald. Sch Mgt 8:93-4 Mr '64 
COBBETT, William 
William Cobbett and EnglLsh education in 
the early nineteenth century. J. W. 
Osborne. Hist Ed Q 4:3-16 Mr '64 
COCHLEA. See Ear 
COCKING, Walter D. 
Dr Cocking, as we saw him. Am Sch & Univ 

36:68 F '64 
Obituary 

Am Sch & Unlv 36:21 F '64 
CODES 

Color coding and visual separability in in- 
formation displays. S. L. Smith, bibliog J 
An Psychol 47:358-64 D '63 
CODES of ethics. See Professional ethics; 

Teachers ethics 
COEDUCATION 

Catholic schools 
Supervising student activities in the co-insti- 
tutional schools. A. H. Dorn. il Cath Sch J 
63:67-9 N '63 

Colleges and universities 
Coeducational dormitories at University of 

Illinois. P. Hornick. Am Sch & Univ 35: 

65-8 '63 
Living-learning units. L. A. Olson. J Higher 

Ed 35:83-6 F '64 
On the education of women. T. Hooper. Phi 

Delta Kappan 44:443-4 Je '63 

High schools 
Co-recreational intramurals. P. Mallory. Sch 
Activities 35:68 N '63 
COEFFICIENT of correlation. See Correlation 

(statistics) 
COFFEE tables. See Tables 

COGNITION 

Associationisin and the internal senses of 
Aristotle. T. J. Gannon, bibliog f Cath Ed 
R 61:505-18 N '03 

Cognitive structure and the facilitation of 
meaningful verbal learning. D. P. Ausubel. 
bibliog J Teach Ed 14:217-22 Je '63 

Cognitive structure, punishment, and nur- 
turance in the experimental induction of 
self-criticism. J. Aronfreed and others, bib- 
liog Child Develop 34:281-94 Je '63 

Conservation of weight in deaf and hearing 
children. H. G. Furth. Child Develop 35: 
143-50 Mr '64 

Dimensions of analytic attitude in cognition 
and personality. S. Messick and F. J. 
Fritzky. bibliog diags J Personal 31:346-70 
S '63 



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COGNITION — Continued 
Effect of childrearinp practices on develop- 
ment of differential cognitive abilities. B. 

Bins, biblioff Child Develop 34:631-48 S '63 
Experimental examination of the size-weiRht 

illusion in vounR- children. H. B. Robinson. 

biblioff il Child Develop 35:91-107 Mr '64 
Skillful guidance of the cognitive process. 

S. Baranov. Soviet Ed 6:3-9 F '64 
Toward a cognitive theory of teaching. N. L. 

Gage. Teach Col Rec 65:408-12 F '64 
What about cognition? D. K. Osborn. 11 

Grade Teach 81:106 Ja '64 

Research 

Changes in two dimensions of cognition dur- 
ing adolescence. D. Freides and others. 
Child Develop 34:1047-55 D '63 
Se.K differences in cognitive functioning as a 
result of experimentally induced frustra- 
tion. G. D. Yonge. bibliog J Exp Ed 32: 
275-80 Spr 'G4 
Use of concepts in teaching and learning. A. 
D. Woodruff, bibliog diags J Teach Ed 15: 
81-99 Mr '64 
COGNITIVE complexity. See Role construct 

repertory test 
COGNITIVE dissonance. See Dissonance (psy- 
chology) 
COGNITIVE flexibility. See Flexibility (psy- 
chology) 
COLBY junior college, New London, New 
Hampshire 
Who should train technical .secretarie.'?: in- 
dustry or educators? M. A. Kurtz, il J Bsns 
Ed 39:230-2 Mr '64 
COLD (disease) 
Advice to parents, keeping a child healthy. 
Ky Sch J 42:38 F '64 
COLD SPRING HARBOR, New York 
High school 
Cold Spring Harbor junior- senior high school, 
il plan Am Sch Bd J 147:23-6 S '63 
COLD war. See Psychological wai-fare 
COLDWATER, Michigan 

High school 
Family living course alerts teens to our 
town. R. B. BaJdrige. il Prac Forecast 9: 
42-3 F '64 
COLE, Nat (King Cole) 
Fads, fans and foreign ambassadors. N. 
Cole, por Mus J 21:37-1- S '63 
COLEBANK health behavior inventory. See 

Health education — Tests and scales 
COLEMAN, James 
Adolescent society, by J. Coleman; review. 

C. W. Gordon. Sch R 71:377-85 Autumn '63 
COLGATE university, Hamilton, New York 

New Colgate plan of education. Sch & Soc 

92:115 Mr 21 '64 
COLLAGE 
Collage. S. E. Wider, il Sch Arts 63:16-17 

D '63 
Collage illuminates contemporary art. A. 

Matthews, il Arts & Activities 55:6-10 P '64 
Collage in the curriculum. P. Greenberg. il 

Grade Teach 81:394- Ja '64 
Cut- paper collage figures. I. Maris, il Instr 

73:125 S '63 
Hurricane in paper collage. E. M. Colbert. 

il Sch Arts 63:40 O '63 
Our neighborhood as inspiration. T. Prentise. 

il Sch Arts 63:21 Mr '64 
COLLECTING. See Collectors and collecting 

COLLECTIVE bargaining 

American federation of teachers: what it 
wants, how it bargains, where it's headed. 

D. Selden. il Sch Mgt 8:56-8-1- F '64 
Boston council OKs bargaining. Am Teach 

Mag 48:19 D '63 
Can a case be made for teacher unions? C. 

Megel. Nations Sch 73:51+ F '64 
Class size and the New York contract. D. 

Selden. Phi Delta Kappan 45:283-7 Mr '64 
Dawn of a new era for teachers: Chicago 

teachers union. J. M. Fewkes. Am Teach 

Mag 48:13-144- O '63 
Departure from the old ways, the first year 

of New York city bargaining. C. Cogen. 

Am Teach Mag 48:5-64- O '63 
Milwaukee vocational story; Milwaukee voca- 
tional teachers union. J. L. Fitzpatrick. 

Am Teach Mag 48:11-124- O '63 
Operation bandwagon in Detroit; Detroit 

federation of teachers. M. E. Riordan. Am 

Teach Mag 48:15-16 O '63 
Professional negotiation, collective bargain- 
ing, sanctions, and strikes. T. M. Stinnett. 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:93-105 Ap '64 



Road to a brighter tomorrow for teachers. 
W. P. Reuther. Am Teach Mag 48:5-6+ 
Ap '64 
WKRB orders Milwaukee bargaining election. 
Am Teach Mag 48:19 D '63 
See also 
Teachers unions 
COLLECTIVE farms 

Russia 
For better production training in rural 
schools. K. A. Ivanovich. Soviet Ed 5:38-43 
O -63 
More on student self-government. V. 
Korotov. Soviet Ed 6:20-34 F '64 
COLLECTIVE settlements 
See also 
Shakers 

Israel 
Response to transgression in stories by 
Israeli children. Z. Luria and others, bib- 
liog Child Develop 34:271-80 Je '63 
COLLECTORS and collecting 
Sold to the pianist! J. von Vintschger. 
Mus J 22:36 Ap '64 
See also 
Book collecting 
COLLEGE, Choice of 
College applications: multiplication versus 
cooperation. D. R. Harmon. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 27:71-3 Wint 
'64 
College panels: a guidance technique. G. A. 
Saltzman and H. J. Peters. Sch Activities 
35:131-3 Ja '64 
Graduate-school talent; sold to the highest 
bidder. A. Tucker and L. Sloan. J Higher 
Ed 35:12-18 Ja '64 
COLLEGE administration. See Colleges and 
universities — Administration; Junior col- 
leges — Administration; Teachers colleges — 
Adininistration 
COLLEGE administrators. See College officials 
COLLEGE admission officers 
Status or stature? E. V. O'Brien. Col & 
Univ 39:245-56 Spr '64 
See also 
American association of collegiate registrars 
and admissions officers 
COLLEGE and community. See Community and 

co] lege 
COLLEGE and high school relations. See High 

school and college relations 
COLLEGE applications. See Student selection — 

Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE appointment bureaus. See College 

placement offices 
COLLEGE aptitude 
Relationship of ability to college attendance. 
A. B. Hood and R. F. Berdie. Col & Univ 
39:309-18 Spr '64 
Taste of college life. J. F. Weitzman. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:166-7 O '63 

Tests and scales 
Testing for guidance and selection. W. W. 
Turnbull. Phi Delta Kappan 44:372-8 My 
'63 
COLLEGE architecture 
Bricks and brickbats; review of Bricks and 
mortarboards, by Educational facilities 
laboratories, plan Am Sch & Univ 36:52 
Ap '64 
Harvard graduate school of education. 11 

plans Am Sch & Univ 36:24-5 N '63 
Theatron for Monticello. W. F. Starkey. 

il Jun Col J 34:12-13 Ap '64 
Which way will your campus grow? J. S. 
Sharp, diags Ed Exec Overview 4:30-1 Ag 
'63 
See nlso 
Library architecture 
COLLEGE attendance. See Attendance— Col- 
leges and universities 
COLLEGE band directors national association 
Band stand; ed. by A. L. Williams. See is- 
sues of School musician 
1964 CBDNA division meetings. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:84 Ja '64 
COLLEGE bands. See Bands. School 
COLLEGE broadcasting stations. See Radio 

stations. Educational 
COLLEGE building programs 
Federal aid 
See Higher education — State and federal 
aid 

COLLEGE buildings. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Buildings; Junior colleges — Buildings 

COLLEGE catalogs. See Catalogs— Colleges and 
universities 

COLLEGE chaplains. See Chaplains. College 



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COLLEGE characteristics Index 

Cooperative inter- institutional personnel re- 
search of the Associated colleges of the 
Midwest. J. B. Tompkins. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:15-19 O '63 
Teacher personnel research in higher edu- 
cation: ratings and evaluation. A. Marks 
and M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33:392-4 O '63 
COLLEGE curriculum. See Curriculum — Col- 
leges and universities 
COLLEGE day „, „ ^ , _ 

College day: boon or bane. W. R. Banks. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 42:613-15 F '64 
COLLEGE deans. See Deans — Colleges and 

universities 
COLLEGE degrees. See Degrees. Academic 
COLLEGE education. See Higher education 
COLLEGE entrance examination board 
Differential impact of national programs on 
secondary schools. R. F. Campbell and 
R. A. Bunnell. Sch R 71:464-77 Wint '63 
Efforts to improve or displace the Carnegie 
unit. E. Tompkins and W. Gaumnitz. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:35-67 Ja '64 _ 
Frontal attack on cultural deprivation. F. 
G. Dickey. Phi Delta Kappan 45:398-400 
My '64 „ „ 

Impact of nationalizing Influences. R. F. 
Campbell and R. Bunnell. Ed Digest 29:8-11 
O '63 

Advanced placement program 

Advance placement program. J. N. Arbolino. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:136-41 Ap '64 

Advanced placement English program in San 
Diego. A. C. Coleman. J Sec Ed 38:138-41 
D '63 

Advanced placement in history conference. 
S. J. Ellison. H Points 45:66-9 D '63 

Advanced placement via TV for gifted stu- 
dents; high school students earn college 
mathematics credit. H. M. Chauisow and 
J. J. Zigerell. il Chicago Sch J 45:181-5 
Ja '64 

Decade of Advanced placement program in 
biology. E. Frankel. Am Biol Teach 
26:357-62 My '64 

Relation of language to literature in the Ad- 
vanced placement program. R. J. Nelson; 
reply. J. R. Reid. French R 37:82 O '63 

Schools cooperate in a fine advanced program 
In English. J. J. Kiepper. Clearing House 
38:245-7 D '63 

Status of Advanced placement American his- 
tory courses in secondary schools. E. G. 
Campbell. Social Ed 28:212-134- Ap '64 

Teaching advanced plac<^ment American his- 
tory. N. Abramowitz. H Points 45:18-22 My 
'63 

The way Johnny can't read. W. E. Coles, jr. 
AAUP Bui 49:240-2 S '63 

We're not doing right by the gifted. C. W. 
Woolcock. NEA J 52:31-2 N '63 

Commission on English 

Present state of freshman English; an in- 
terim report. F. X. Roellinger. Col Engl 25: 
325-30 F '64 

Skills and understandings of college-prepara- 
tory English; End-of-year examinations in 
English for college-bound students, grades 
9-12. Sch & Soc 92:174 Ap 4 '64 

Commission on mathematics 

Current experimental programs in mathe- 
matics. A. E. Meder, jr. TIP 3:54-6 Ap '64 
COLLEGE entrance examination board scholas- 
tic aptitude test 

Effect of early father absence on scholastic 
aptitude. L. Carlsmith. bibliog Harvard 
Ed R 34:3-21 Wint '64 

Effectiveness of intellectual and non-intellec- 
tual factors in predicting achievement for 
business students. D. J. Watley. J Ed 
Res 57:402-7 Ap '64 

Scholastic aptitude tests of the College en- 
trance examination board. D. E. Super. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:406-9 D '63 

SAT validities as two-variable expectancy 
tables. A. E. Juola. Personnel & Guid J 
42:269-73 N '63 

Stability of predictive validities of high 
school grades and of scores on the Scho- 
lastic aptitude test of the College entrance 
examination board for liberal arts sturients. 
W. B. Michael and R. A. Jones. Ed & 
Psychol M 23:375-8 Sum '63 
See also 

Preliminary scholastic aptitude test 
COLLEGE entrance examinations. See Colleges 

and universitie.s — Entrance examinations 

COLLEGE entrance requirements. See Colleges 

ana universities — Entrance requirements 



COLLEGE faculties. See College professors and 
instructors 

COLLEGE girls. See College students. Women 

COLLEGE grades. See Marks, Student 

COLLEGE graduates. See College women 
(graduates') : Colleges and universities — 
Alumni; Graduates — Colleges and univer- 
sities 

COLLEGE health knowledge test 

Comparative class performances and gains In 
junior college health education. T. H. Dear- 
born. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res 
Q 34:299-304 O '63 

COLLEGE housing loan program. See Higher 
education — State and federal aid 

COLLEGE hygiene. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Health service; Junior colleges — 
Health service 

COLLEGE instructors. See College professors 
and instructors 

COLLEGE librarians. See Librarians, College 

COLLEGE libraries. See Libraries, College 

COLLEGE life. See Student life 

COLLEGE museums. See Museums, College 

COLLEGE nights. See Student recruiting — Col- 
leges and universities 
COLLEGE of the Ozarks, Clarksville, Arkansas 

Academic freedom and tenure: the College 
of the Ozarks. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:352-9 D 
'63 
COLLEGE officials 

International orientation for college admin- 
istrators. L. J. Stiles. Sch & Soc 91:356-8 
N 16 '63 
See also 

Deans — Colleges and universities 

Placement officers 

Registrars — Colleges and universities 

Trustees (education) — Colleges and univer- 
sities 

Duties 

Differentiating the functions of administra- 
tive officers in colleges and universities. 
A. R. Ayers and E. V. Hollis. 11 Higher Ed 
20:3-6-t- D '63 
COLLEGE officials, Women, See Women as 

educators 
COLLEGE placement council 

And now a fair trial. J. M. Brooks, J Cbl 
Placement 24:6-7 D '63 

Approach to an understanding, J Col Place- 
ment 24:274- D '63 

Committees, 1963-64. J Col Placement 24:31 
O '63 

Council calendar. See issues of Journal of 
college placement 

Council enters a new era. 11 J Col Placement 
24:28-94- O '63 

From 35 East Elizabeth. See issues of Journal 
of college placement 

Officers and members. J Col Placement 24: 
147-8 O '63 

Three roads to progress. J. M. Brooks. J Col 
Placement 24:11 F '64 

Today's challenge: pursuit of excellence. J. 
M. Brooks. J Col Placement 24:12-13 O '63 
COLLEGE placement offices 

New look at Southern Illinois. Li. D. Jean. 
il J Col Placement 24:127-84- D '63 

Placement with a personal touch. F. Bigger 
and R. B. Wallace, jr. il plans J Col Place- 
ment 24:24-74- O '63 

Small placement office makes a big move, 11 
J Col Placement 24:30-2 F '64 

What they really think. R. M. Palmer. J Col 
Placement 24:334- F '64 
COLLEGE plays. See Dramatization in schools 

— Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE presidents 

Chemists as college presidents. W. S. 
DeLoach and O. D. Jeanes. Sci Ed 47:353-5 
O '63 

Job of the Negro college president. S. D. 
Proctor. Phi Delta Kappan 45:407-10 My '64 

New college presidents. See Issues of Liberal 
education 
See also 

Junior college presidents 

Powers and duties 
American college president: scholar or fund 
raiser? R. E. Leestamper. Ed Forum 
28:423-9 My '64 
COLLEGE professors and Instructors 

Academic social compact. J. A. Fishman. 

Sch & Soc 92:29-31 Ja 25 "64 
Compleat academician. J. W. Gustad. biblioff 
Teach Col Rec 65:112-22 N '63 



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COLLEGE professors and instructors — Cont. 

Guide stands first; professor of library educa- 
tion. J. Shera. Wilson Lib Bui 38:285+ N 
'63 

Lectures, lecturers, and the lectured. J. R. 
Trott. Improving Col Univ Teach 11:72-5 
Spr '63 „ 

Orientation and faculty development. J. W. 
Gustad. bibliosr f Ed Rec 44:195-213 Jl '63 

Professional imperatives. A. G. Coons. Col 
& Univ 39:127-34 Wint '64 

Professional staff in U.S. colleges. R. M. 
Walker. Sch Life 46:42 .Ta '64 

Pro.1ections of college faculty. 1950-70. Higher 
Ed 19:22-3 Jl '63 

Teaching and institutional service vs. re- 
search and professional writing. I. D. 
Weeks. J Higher Ed 35:45-7 Ja '64 

University and the transfer student. G. 
Leggett. il Jun Col J .'54:24-7 S '63 

What ivory tower? P. C. Wermuth. Liberal 
Ed 49:513-19 D '63 
See also 

American association of university professors 

Authors as teachers 

Business teachers — Colleges and universities 

Colleges and universities — Teaching 

English teachers — Colleges and universities 

Junior college instructors 

Negro colleges — Faculties 

Women as educators 

Amount of education and experience 

Advantages of employing older college pro- 
fessors. T. Ticker. Phi Delta Kappan 
45:344+ Ap '64 

Advantages of employing younger college 
professors. V. R. Rogers and R. H. 
Muessig. Phi Delta Kappan 45:345-6 Ap '64 

Contracts 
See Teachers contracts 

Dismissal 

Academic due process. L. Joughin. AAUP Bui 
50:19-35 Mr '64 

Academic freedom and tenure: Arkansas 
agricultural, mechanical, and normal col- 
lege. American association of university 
professors. Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure. AAUP Bui 50:36-43 Mr '64 

Academic freedom and tenure: Mercy college. 
American association of university profes- 
sors. Committee on academic freedom and 
tenure. AAUP Bui 49:245-52 S '63 

Academic freedom and tenure: the College 
of the Ozarks. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:352-9 D 
•63 

Academic freedom and tenure: the University 
of Arizona. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:336-43 
D '62 

Academic freedom and tenure: the University 
of South Florida. American association o' 
university professors. Committee on aca- 
demic freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 50: 
44-57 Mr '64 

Academic freedom and tenure: University of 
Arkansas. American association of univer- 
sity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 49:344-51 D 
•63 

Developments relating to censure by the as- 
.sociation. W. P. Fidler. AAUP Bui 50:58-61 
Mr '64 

Educational freedom in the courts. W. P. 
Murphy, bibliog f AAUP Bui 49:309-27 D ^63 

Statement on procedural standards in faculty 
dismissal proceedings. Joint committee of 
the American association of university pro- 
fessors and the Association of American 
colleges. AAUP Bui 50:69-71 Mr ^64 

Duties 
Education Is the professor^s business. R. G. 

Browne. Ill Ed 52:110-11+ N '63 
Enhancing and strengthening faculty-library 

relationships. B. J. Josey. J Negro Ed 33: 

191-6 Spr '64 
Faculty member and staff morale. M. H. 

Goldberg. Col & Univ 39:264-73 Spr '64 
Forgotten figure in higher education; a 

critical analysis. M. H. Epstein, Peabody J 

Ed 41:258-65 Mr '64 
Great art of public relations. W. H. Fisher. 

Sch & Soc 92:47 P 8 '64 
Interdependence of administration and fac- 
ulty. R. F. Humphreys. Sch & Soc 92:48-9 

F 8 '64 
Scholar as teacher and philosopher. R K. 

Morton. Improving Col Univ Teach 11:201-3 

Autumn '63 



Scholarship In a graduate professional school. 
D. E. Super. Teach Col Rec 65:391-5 F '64 

Economic status 

Disquieting thoughts about academic af- 
fluence. I. Kristol. Ed Rec 45:103-4 Wint 
'64 

Education 

Anxiety and trepidation. J. H. Dawson. Mich 
Ed J 41:15-16+ F '64 

College-teaching crisis; has the graduate 
school done right by the college teacher? 
R M. Cooper. J Higher Ed 35:6-11 Ja '64 

Ford MA-3; three-year master's degree pro- 
grams; with introd. by O. C. Carmichael. 
Sup Stud 5:13-36 Mr '63 

Just V4. of new college teachers have doc- 
torate. Mich Ed J 41:12 P '64 

Numbers game in graduate education. J. L. 
Chase. J Higher Ed 35:138-43 Mr '64 

Program for the preparation of college 
teachers of professional education. P. B. 
Stratemeyer. Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof 
Stand Official Report 1963:206-19 

Teacher personnel research in higher educa- 
tion; need and preparation of teachers. 
A Marks and M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33: 

Training instructors for college. R. L. Lough- 
lin. Ed Forum 28:497-9 My '64 

Training of college teachers: a survey in the 
Atlantic provinces. W. R. MacDonald. bib- 
hog Can Ed Res Digest 3:221-9 S '63 

Expenditures 

College professors and income taxes. S. 
Jacobson. J Higher Ed 35:121-9 Mr '64 

Deductibility of expenses; a professor's re- 
search and a study in his home. W. W. 
Oliver. AAUP Bui 50:14-18 Mr "64 

IRS research expense deductions. United 
States. Internal revenue service. Bal Sheet 
45:277 F '64 

Professors, research, and taxes. W. W. Brick- 
man. Sch & Soc 92:148+ Ap 4 '64 

Housing 

Faculty housing and the function of the col- 
lege. P. Taylor. Liberal Ed 49:350-3 O '63 

Leaves of absence 
Summer sabbaticals. K. Winetrout. Liberal 
Ed 50:59-62 Mr '64 
See nlso 
Sabbatical leave 

Legal status 

See College professors and Instructors — 
Status 



See Morale 



Morale 



Pensions and retirement 
Retirement practices in colleges and univer- 
sities; the report of a recent study con- 
ducted by the Research division of the Na- 
tional education association. R C. Maul. 
J Higher Ed 35:79-82 F '64 

Professional status 
Professionalism in our colleges and univer- 
sities. R. D. Patton. J Higher Ed 34:503-5 
D '63 
See also 
Junior college instructors — Professional sta- 
tus 

Promotions 
Teacher or researcher? R. L. Hilgert. Ed 
Forum 28:463-8 My '64 

Publications 
Have you published lately? an act with very 

few plays; satire. M. Harmin and S. B. 

Simon. J Higher Ed 35:207-10 Ap '64 
In defense of the publishing teacher. C. 

Shapiro, il Jun Col J 34:28-9 Mr '64 
Rehabilitation of university undergraduate 

teaching. R. Brandis. Ed Rec 45:56-63 Wint 
64 
Teacher or researcher? R. L. Hilgert. Ed 

Forum 28:463-8 My '64 
"^^i^^pl^ potential. G. H. Rawcliffe. il Times 

Ed Sup 2545:sup viii F 28 '64 

Bibliography 
^^^yl^y publications, September 1961-August 

Qualifications 
What is an honours degree? Glasgow promo- 
tion rivalry. Times Ed Sup 2529:663 N 8 
63 



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COLLEGE professors and instructors — Cont. 
Rating 

Rehabilitation of university undergraduate 
teaching. R. Brandis. Ed Rec 45:56-63 Wint 

Teacher personnel research in higher educa- 
tion; ratings and evaluation. A. Marks and 
M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33:392-4 O '63 

Rating by students 

Comparison of student reaction to similar. 

concurrent teacher-content instruction. 

S. U. Wedeen. J Ed Res 56:540-3 Jl '63 
Investigation of student- teacher interaction 

as a determiner of effective teaching. E. 

C. Lewis. J Ed Res 57:360-3 Mr '64 
Program for instruction improvement. A. R. 

Gayles. Improving Col Univ Teach 11:65-7 

SPi- 63 ^ . r.. V- ^ 

Teacher personnel research in higher educa- 
tion; ratings and evaluation. A. Marks and 
M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33:392-4 O '63 
Way to measure classroom teaching effec- 
tiveness. R. B. Hayes, bibliog f J Teach 
Ed 14:168-76 Je '63 
Way to measure teaching. R. B. Hayes. 
J Ed Res 57:47-50 S '63 

Recreation 
Family recreation for university faculty. D. 
O. Matthews, il J Health Phys Ed Rec 
35:33-5 Mr '64 

Researcli 

Professorial image. G. D. Demos and M. V. 
Belok. Voc Guid Q 12:46-9 Autumn '63 

Teacher personnel research in higher educa- 
tion. A. Marks and M. N. Dillon, bibliog R 
Ed Res 33:391-7 O '63 

Salaries 

Academic temptations; California looks 
ahead. Times Ed Sup 2541:223 Ja 31 '64 

Department and faculty profiles: an aid to 
judgment. W. T. Furniss. Liberal Ed 49: 
354-65 O '63 

Economic status of the profession. 1962-63: 
annual report by committee Z. American 
association of university professors. Com- 
mittee on the economic status of the pro- 
fession. AAUP Bui 49:138-40 Je '63 

Economic status of the profession, 1962-63: 
report on the self- grading compensation 
survey. American association of university 
professors. Committee on the economic 
status of the profession. AAUP Bui 49:141- 
87 Je '63 

Faculty salaries and basic student charges 
at private institutions of higher education. 
W. R. Bokelman and others. Ed Rec 44: 
254-7 Jl '63 

Preliminary report on teaching faculty in 
higher education, 1962-63; primary teach- 
ing areas and contract salaries. United 
States. OfHce of education. Division of edu- 
cational statistics. (OE-53022) US Office 
Ed Circ 733:1-23 '64 

Teacher personnel research In higher educa- 
tion; salaries and other benefits. A. Marks 
and M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33:394-6 O '63 

University and college salaries 1963-64. R. 
C. Maul. Ed Rec 45:97-102 Wint '64 

Great Britain 
Cambridge's strong line: N.I.C. hearings 

continued. Times Ed Sup 2533:847 D 6 

'63 
Doctor and the don; the National incomes 

commission. Times Ed Sup 2525:494 O 11 

'63 
Flexibility in salaries; N.I.C. hears Oxbridge. 

Times Ed Sup 2526:541 O 18 '63 
N.I.C.'s last before Robbins. Times Ed Sup 

2527:584 O 25 '63 
Patronage or freedom: universities' testi- 
mony. Times Ed Sup 2534:883 D 13 '63 
Quid pro quo for expansion; A.U.T, N.I.C. 

and Robbins. Times Ed Sup 2533:848 D 6 

'63 
Rational incomes policy. Times Ed Sup 2532: 

808 N 29 '63 
U.G.C. V treasury: N.I.C. hearings begin. 

Times Ed Sup 2522:344, 346-7 S 20 '63 

Selection and appointment 

Interdenominational search for faculty. Sch 
& Soc 91:417-1- D 28 '63 

Status 
Educational freedom in the courts. W. P. 
Murphy, bibliog f AAUP Bui 49:309-27 D '63 
See also 
College professors and instructors — Economic 
status 



Supply and demand 

Can industrial laboratories supply part-time 
college teaichers? J. W. Nystrom. bibliog f 
Col & Univ 39:135-46 Wint '64 

Case of the vanishing professor. J. F. Ohles. 
Liberal Ed 49:408-10 O '63 

Changing nature of the teacher shortage. R. 
C. Maul. NEA J 52:41-2 N '63 

College teachers in engineering, mathematics, 
and physical sciences: supply and demand. 
C. B. Lindquist. Higher Ed 20:11-17 N '63 

Future supply and demand for college health 
educators. C. A, Boyd, bibliog J Sch Health 
33:428-31 N '63 

Just M of new college teachers have doc- 
torate. Mich Ed J 41:12 F '64 

Meeting the need for college teachers; re- 
cruiting more women. Sch & Soc 92:40-r 
F 8 '64 

Need for college teachers grows; summary of 
Teacher supply and demand in universities, 
colleges, and junior colleges, 1961-62 and 
1962-63. National education association. 
Research division. NEA Res Bui 41:108-15 
D '63 

Numbers game in graduate education. J. L. 
Chase. J Higher Ed 35:138-43 Mr '64 

Placement of music graduates in higher edu- 
cation. J. Jeter. Mas J 21:50-1- My '63 

Retirement practices in colleges and univer- 
sities: the report of a recent study con- 
ducted by the Research division of the Na- 
tional education association. R. C. Maul. 
J Higher Ed 35:79-82 F '64 

Sellers' market for dons. Times Ed Sup 2512: 
57 Jl 12 '63 

Study to determine institutional needs through 
1969. Higher Ed 20:17 Ja '64 

Teacher personnel research in higher educa- 
tion; need and preparation of teachers. 
A. Marks and M. N. Dillon. R Ed Res 33: 
391-2 O '63 , , . , 

Teacher recruitment: a new challenge for the 
Negro college. R. D. Russell. Ed Forum 
28:437-41 My '64 

Tenure 

»See Tenure 

Africa 

Africa's challenge to American higher edu- 
cation; final report of the Tananarive 
conference. C. K. Snyder, bibliog f Higher 
Ed 19:7-19 Je '63 

Canada 
Training of college teachers: a survey in the 
Atlantic provinces. W. R. MacDonald. bib- 
liog Can Ed Res Digest 3:221-9 S '63 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
German universities revisited. H. O. Wilk. 

J Higher Ed 34:390-2 O '63 
Professor emeritus in West Germany. W, D. 

Fuhrig. J Higher Ed 34:511-13 D '63 

Great Britain 
Loss of university staff. S. Hatch. Univ Q 
17:377-81 S '63 
See also 
Association of university teachers 
COLLEGE professors and instructors, Retired 
Employment 
Using the talents of retired faculty mem- 
bers. C. D. Leake; K. F. Mather; W. D. 
Fuhrig; P. Taylor. J Higher Ed 34:508-15 
D '63 
COLLEGE professors children. See Children of 

teachers 
COLLEGE proficiency examination program. 
See New York (state) — Education depart- 
ment 
COLLEGE qualification tests 

College qualification tests and differential 
guidance with university freshmen. B. A. 
Kirk and others, bibliog Personnel & Guid 
J 42:47-51 S '63 
COLLEGE quotas. See Colleges and universi- 
ties — Discrimination 
COLLEGE registrars. See Registrars — Colleges 

and universities 
COLLEGE spirit. See Morale 

COLLEGE students 

American college student today. L. Wilson. 

Col & Univ 38:381-90 Sum '63 
Changes in critical thinking, attitudes, and 

values from freshman to senior years. I. J. 

Lehmann. bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:305-15 

D '63 
Changing nature of the personal dimension 

of education. W. D. Zimmerman, bibliog 

Liberal Ed 49:520-7 D '63 



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117 



COLLEGE students — Contimied 
College student behavior; riots In May, 1963. 
W. W. Brickman. Sch & Soc 91:343 N 16 

•63 

Emancipation of students. A. H. Kiendl, jr. 
J HiRher Ed 34:465-6 N '63 

Good proup erathers. J. J. Santosuosso. Pea- 
body J Ed 41:75-7 S '63 

Individual in hi2;her education. E. C. Moore. 
Teaclier Col Rec 65:123-30 N '63 

Lonolv student. V. A. Rapport and B. M. 
Goldsman. Ed Rec 44:223-7 Jl '63 

Lonsitudinal research program for predicting 
executive success of college students. A. 
Porter, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:160-5 
O '63 

New approach for identifying appropriate in- 
dividual study behavior. G. A. Gladstein. 
bibliog Sch R 71:158-69 Sum '6;i 

Ruthven describes student types. Mich Ed J 
41:8 F '64 . , . ,. . „ 

Some experiences in educating physically 
handicapped students. W. V. Tucker and 
R. E. Olson, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
41:803-7 My '63 

Stress and distress and identity formation in 
college and high school. G. B. Blaine, jr. 
Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 
27:25-31 O '63 

Students' academic freedom. E. G. William- 
son, bibliog f Ed Rec 44:214-22 Jl '63 

Tyranny of numbers. H. R. Bowen. Phi Delta 
Kappan 44:427 Je '63 

Unteachables. W. E. Coles, jr. J Higher Ed 
35:76-8 F '64 

Unwanted majority. R. H. Snow. Liberal Ed 
49:372-8 O '63 
See also 

American students 

Attitudes — College students 

Catholic students 

College students. Married 

College students, Mentally inferior 

College students. Mentally superior 

Extension students 

Failures — Students — Colleges and universities 

Freshmen 

Honor students 

Junior college students 

Negro students 

Nonresident students 

Prognosis of success — Colleges and univer- 

Student achievements — Colleges and univer- 

Student life 

Student opinion — College students 

Student selection — Colleges and universities 

Student withdrawals — College students 

Adjustment 
College freshmen: a faculty responsibility. 

K. B. Myers. Improving Col Univ Teach 

12:9-10 Wint '64 
Exploratory study of problems of academic 

adjustment of Nigerian students in 

America. G. D. Morgan, bibliog J Negro 

Ed 32:208-17 Sum '63 
Problems of increased academic pressures. 

V. H. Cornehlsen. Nat Assn Women Deans 

& Counselors J 26:38-40 Je '63 
Some objective evidence of immaturity In 

underachieving college students. W. J. 

Powell and S. M. Jourard. bibliog J Counsel 

Psychol 10:276-82 Fall '63 

Age 

Middle-aged co-ed in evening colleges. H. 
Lichtenstein and J. R. Block. Adult Ed 
13:234-9 Sum '63 

Special problems encountered by mature wom- 
en undergraduates. C. H. Myers. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 27:137-9 Spr 
'64 

Aid 
See Student aid — Colleges and univer- 
sities 

Disciplinary problems 

Changing approaches to discipline in student 
personnel work. J. A. Fley. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 27:105-13 
Spr '64 

Matter of discipline; story. E. Krause. Col 
Engl 25:289-93 Ja '64 

Employment 
See Student employment — Colleges and 
universities 

Expenditures 
Faculty salaries and basic student charges 
at private institutions of higher education. 
W R Bokelman and others. Ed Rec 44: 
2o4-7 Jl 63 
See also 
Higher education — Cost 



Geographical distribution 
See Students — Geographical distribution 

Health and hygiene 

Effect of training program on total body 
reaction time of individuals of low fitness. 
A. H. Tweit and others, bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:508-13 D '63 

Medical care: a choice for the college student. 
M. K. Solleder. J Sch Health 34:112-15 Mr 
■64 

Physical fitness of college students in South 
Africa. United States of America, and Eng- 
land. A. W. Sloan, bibliog Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:244-8 My '63 
See also 

Colleges and universities — Health service 

Housing 

Does American higher education need to 
seek new directions? academic programs 
in the hall residence. E. B. Blackman. 
J Higher Ed 35:165-7 Mr '64 

Housing for married students at University 
of Arkansas. R. M. Jones. Am Sch & Univ 
34:J 1-J4 '62 

Living-learning units. L. A. Olson. J Higher 
Ed 35:83-6 F '64 

No place to go; crisis in Leeds. Times Ed 
Sup 2521:298 S 13 '63 

Too few in residence: University city for 
London. N. Bentwich. Times Ed Sup 2532: 
799 N 29 '63: Reply. D. Logan. 2534:876 
D 13 '63 
See also 

Dormitories 

Research 

Percentage of men and women students 
accommodated in college and university 
residential facilities: 1961-62. W. R. Bokel- 
man and L. A. D'Amico. Col & Univ 39: 
170-5 Wint '64 

Mental hygiene 

Cooperation between counseling and health 
services. W. P. Angers and P. C. Paulson. 
J Sch Health 34:49-53 F '64 

Mental strain in students; inadequate help. 
C. J. Lucas. Times Ed Sup 2541:235 Ja 
31 '64 

Psychotherapy referrals by educators: use and 
misuse. S. A. Orgel and I. N. Hassenfeld. 
J Higher Ed 35:144-9 Mr '64 

Troubled student. O. Tead. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 11:88-91 Spr '63 
See also 

Colleges and universities — Mental hygiene 
service 

Migration 

College students are .going west. H. T. Groat. 
Sch & Soc 91:352-4 N 16 '63 

Efficiency of college student migration. H. T. 
Groat, bibliog f Col & Univ 39:51-8 Fall 
'63 

Personality 

Dimensions of independence; Goddard col- 
lege's experiment in college curriculum 
organization. A. W. Chickering. bibliog 
J Exp Ed 52:313-16 Spr '64; Same cond. 
J Higher Ed 35:38-41 Ja '64 

Identification, motivation, and training of 
talented students. A. W. Astin. Sch & Soc 
92:186-9 Ap 18 '64 

Investigation of attrition In a college read- 
ing class. J. C. Wright and M. L. Laza- 
raton. bibliog J Develop Read 7:40-4 
Autumn '63 

Personality characteristics differentiating 
women leaders from nonleaders in a uni- 
versity. P. S. Dua. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 27:128-32 Spr '64 

Personality correlates of attitude toward 
mathematics. L. R. Aiken, jr. bibliog J 
Ed Res 56:476-80 My '63 

Personality factors and the capacity to meet 
curriculum demands. R. G. Congdon. bib- 
liog Personnel & Guid J 42:767-75 Ap '64 

Personality patterns of failing freshmen, 
Indiana state college. 1961-62. W. R. 
Osmon. Teach Col J 35:61-5 N '63 

Personality patterns of volunteers for an ex- 
perimental professional education program. 
I. J. Gordon, bibliog J Exp Ed 32:115-21 
Fall '63 

Sex differences in academic prediction based 
on scholastic personality and interest fac- 
tors. J. M. Long. J Exp Ed 32:239-48 
Spr '64 

Some noncognitive characteristics of honors 
program candidates. P. J. Capretta and 
others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:268-76 O 
'63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGE students— Personality — Continued 
Strategies of spontaneous, divergent, and 
academic art students. K. R. Beittel and 
R. C. Burlclaart. bibliog il Studies Art Ed 
5:20-41 Fall '63 
See also 
Teachers college students — Personality 

Political activities 
See Students — Political activities 

Reading 
College reading and the student. A. Tovsti- 

send. bibliog Read Teach 17:469-72 Mr '64 
Long holiday or long vacation? D. R. Bell. 

Univ Q 18:17-39 D '63 

Recreation 

See Student life 

Religious life 

Knowledge of the Bible among Protestant 
and Jewish university students: an ex- 
ploratory study. R. Payne, bibliog f Relig 
Ed 58:289-93 My '63 

Religious beliefs of students at six colleges 
and universities, H. L.. Parsons, bibliog f 
Relig Ed 58:538-44 N '63 

Colleges and universities — Religious life and 

activities 
Student Christian movement 

Research 

Appropriateness of vocational choices of 
counseled and uncounseled college students. 
G. G. Gonyea, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
10:269-75 Fall '63 

Characteristics of students of high academic 
aptitude, R. C. Nichols and J. A. Davis. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:794-800 Ap '64 

College student subcultures: their structure 
and characteristics in relation to student 
attitude change. T>. Gottlieb and B. 
Hodgkins, bibliog Sch R 71:266-89 Autumn 
'63 

Contextual analysis of academic failure. D. 
Nasatir. Sch R 71:290-8 Autumn '63 

Early admission to college. R. B. Ekstrom. 
J Ed Res 57:408-12 Ap '61 

Effects of socio-economic level on MMPI 
differences in Negro-white college students. 
J. Butcher and others. J Counsel Psychol 
11:83-7 Spr '64 

Impact of university experiences on occupa- 
tional plans, H, C. Selvin. bibliog Sch R 
71:317-29 Autumn '63 

Sociology of education; characteristics of col- 
lege students: the Davis study. D. Gottlieb. 
R Ed Res 34:66 F '64 

Undergraduate careers: alternatives and de- 
terminants, C. E. Bidwell and others, bib- 
liog Sch R 71:299-316 Autumn '63 

"Why do they leave college? J. D. Cowhig. 
bibliog Sch R 71:330-6 Autumn '63 

Social and economic status 

Admission, achievement, and social class. F. 
Brockington and Z. Stein, bibliog Univ Q 
18:52-73 D '63 

Attitudes toward labor. R, E, Doherty. Ed 
Digest 29:4-7 O '63 

Characteristics of students of high academic 
aptitude. R. C. Nichols and J. A. Davis. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:794-800 Ap '64 

Effects of socio-economic level on MMPI 
differences in Negro-white college students. 
J. Butcher and others. J Counsel Psychol 
11:83-7 Spr '64 

Impact of university experiences on occupa- 
tional plans. H, C. Selvin, bibliog Sch R 
71:317-29 Autumn '63 

Socio-economic factors in the achievements 
and aspirations of the merit scholar. A. W. 
Astin. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:581-6 
F '64 

Finland 

Motor ability of Finnish male college stu- 
dents. P. Vuori and R. Pangle. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:398-9 O '63 

Great Britain 

Admission, achievement, and social class, 
P. Brockington and Z. Stein, bibliog Univ 
Q 18:52-73 D '63 

Leeds hiss; redbrick Europeanization. Times 
Ed Sup 2509:1369 Je 21 '63 

Teaching political science at a British uni- 
versity. C. A. McCoy. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 11:234-7 Autumn '63 

Wasted years? the purposeless student. T. 
C. Dann. Times Ed Sup 2495:527 Mr 15 
'63; Discussion, 2496:589; 2498:712 Mr 22, Ap 
5 '63 



India 

Characteristics and problems of Indian uni- 
versities and their students. L. D. Eyde. 
bibliog Int R Ed 9 no4:461-76 '63/64 

Indian student analyzed. D. R. Cook, il Over- 
seas 3:9-13 Ja '64 

Japan 

Comparison between pre- and post-war stu- 
dent movements in Japan. M. Shimborl. 
bibliog f Sociol of Ed 37:59-70 Fall '63 

Kansas 

Let's look at the record again! the high 
school preparation of 1,124 University of 
Kansas freshmen. Kansas. University. 
School of education. Kan Univ Kan Studies 
Ed 14 no 1:1-92 '63 

South Africa 

Anthropometric measurements, somatotype 
ratings, and certain motor fitness tests of 
Physical education majors in South Africa, 
M, Hebbelinck and J. W. Postma. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
327-34 O "63 
COLLEGE students, IVlarried 

Housing for married students at University 
of Arkansas. R. M. Jones. Am Sch & UniV 
34:J 1-J4 '62 
See also 

College students wives 
COLLEGE students, IVlentally inferior 

Preliininary report on a pilot study for 
educating low achievers; Experimental 
freshman year program. H. L. Cohen and 
others. Sup Stud 6:36-45 Ja '64 
COLLEGE students, IVlentally superior 

Excellence and the later bloomer. R. K. 
Merton. Sup Stud 5:37-8 Mr '63 

Intellectually-oriented and socially-oriented 
superior college girls. R. S. Tukey. Nat 
Assn "Women Deans & Counselors J 27; 
120-7 Spr '64 

Life goals and vocational choice. A. W. 
Astin and R. C. Nichols. J Ap Psychol 48: 
50-8 F '64 . , 

Prediction of academic and extracurricular 
achievement in college. J. L. Holland and 
R. C. Nichols, bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 
55-65 F '64 

Some noncognitive characteristics of honors 
program candidates. P. J. Capretta and 
others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:268-76 O 

Unwanted majority. R. H. Snow. Liberal Ed 
49:372-8 O '63 

Education 

Able students program in teacher education. 

G. S. Maccia, Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof 

Stand Official Report 1963:467-79 
Education for the superior student; summary 

of Talent and tomorrow's teachers: the 

honors approach, by L. G. Lewis. Higher 

Ed 19:10-11 My '63 
Honors programs. J. L. Jarrett. Am Assn 

Col Teach Ed Yrbk 16:150-3 '63 
Identification of the gifted in a largely 

egalitarian society (New Zealand) R. 

AVinterbourn. Year Book of Ed 1962:236-45 
Mechanics of organization in introductory 

zoology courses in state universities and 

provisions for the gifted students. R. E. 

Henzlik. Sci Ed 47:462-8 D '63 
Programs for superior students in American 

colleges. E. B. Grollmes. Cath Ed R 62:34- 

8 Ja '64 

Research 
Identification, motivation, and training of 

talented students. A, "W. Astin. Sch & Soc 

92:186-9 Ap 18 '64 

Research 
Correlates of academic success for high-ability 

freshman men. F. G. Brown and T. E. 

Dubois, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42;603-7 

F '64 
Socio-economic factors in the achievement 

and aspirations of the merit scholar. A. "W. 

Astin. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:581-6 

F '64 
COLLEGE students, Negro. See Negro students 

COLLEGE students. Women 

Cardiovascular efficiency test scores for col- 
lege women in the United States. J. Hodg- 
kins and "V. Skubic. bibliog Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Bee Res Q 34:454-61 D '63 

Counseling women students. M. D. Hardee, 
bibliog il Jun Col J 34:16-20 D '63 

Housing images of college women restudied. 
J. E. Montgomery, bibliog f J Home Econ 
55:441-3 Je '63 



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119 



COLLEGE stuaents, Women — Continued. 

Intellectually-oriented and socially-oriented 
superior college Kirls. R. S. Tukey. Nat 
Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 27:120- 
7 Snr '64 

Investigation of the effects of the telephone 
in causing' positive or negative factors in 
the study habits of female college stu- 
dents in an urban university. M. G. Fera- 
volo. biblioff ^ Ed Res 57:152-5 N '63 

On the education of women. T. Hooper. 
Phi Delta Kappan 44:443-4 Je '63 

Operation knowledge: a new approach to 
academic excellence. W. L. Blanton and 
others. Nat Assn "Women Deans & Counse- 
lors J 27:133-6 Spr '64 

Self concepts of freshman women. J. Brox- 
ton. Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors 
J 26:25-9 Je '63 

Some correlates of homemakingr vs. career 
preference among college home economics 
students. L. Vetter and E. C. Lewis. Per- 
sonnel & Quid J 42:593-8 P '64 

Special problems encountered by mature wom- 
en undergraduates. C. H. Myers. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 27:137-9 
Spr '64 

Study of abilities of women students enter- 
ing the colleges of Letters and science and 
Applied arts at the University of California, 
Los Angeles. F. Obst. J Ed Res 57:84-6 O 
'63 

What brings and holds women science 
ma.iors? A. L. Dement. Col & Univ 39:44-50 
Fall '63 

Research 

Academic and personality differences between 
women students who do complete the ele- 
mentary teaching credential program and 
those who do not. G. W. Durflinger. Ed & 
Psychol M 23:775-83 Wint '63 

Per.=;onality characteristics differentiating 
women leaders from nonleader.g in a uni- 
ver.ciitv. P. S. Dua. Nat As.=n Women Deans 
ft Counselors J 27:128-32 Spr '64 
COLLEGE students wives 

Experiment in international relations; Minne- 
sota intercultural seminar. C. B. Arny. il 
J Home Econ 56:253-6 Ap '64 
COLLEGE teachers. See College professors and 

instructors 
COLLEGE teaching. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Teaching 
COLLEGE television stations. See Television 

stations. Educational 
COLLEGE theater. See Theater. College 
COLLEGE trustees. See Trustees (education) 

■ — Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE verse and prose. See Student verse 

and prose — Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE women (graduates) 

Appraisal of various American colleges as 
indicated by number of women graduates 
listed in Who's who of American women. 
A. E. Traxler. Sci Ed 47:439-47 D '63 

Aspects of college experience and their 
relevance to the activities of later life: 
a story of 740 Northwestern alumnae. R. F. 
Winch and P. A. Thrash. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 26:30-7 Je 
'63 

Changing work pattern of college women. 
M. E. Kriebel. J Col Placement 24:28-9-f- 
Ap '64 

Educated women as parish leaders. Sister 
Mary Ralph. Cath Sch J 63:34 D '63 

Job-hunting in a big city. J. N. Baker, il J 
Col Placement 24:35+ D '63 

Prospect for advancement in business of 
the married woman college graduate. E. 
L. Beck. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 27:114-19 Spr '64; Same cond. Nat 
Bsns Ed Q 32:17-21 Mr "64 
COLLEGES and universities 

Bookkeepers and schoolmasters in the 
Lumpenuniversitat: satire. R Oliphant. 
Liberal Ed 49:400-7 O '63 

Changing nature of the college and univer- 
sity and what this means to the freshman. 
S. MuUer. Middle States Assn Col & Sec 
Sch Proc 1962:58-70 

Effects of various college characteristics on 
student aptitude test scores. R. C. Nichols. 
J Ed Psychol 55:45-54 F 'fi4 

Expectations and responsibilities in higher 
education. R. G. Lloyd. Sch & Soc 92:85 
F 22 '64 

Institutional responsibilities for culture and 
the arts. H. Ransom. Ed Rec 45:16-18 
Wint '64 

Liberation of liberal education. B. Dearing. 
Liberal Ed 49:384-90 O '63 

Peace corps and higher education: two 
years of partnership. R. B. Finch. Higher 
Ed 19:3-6+ Je '63 



Republic of letters. S. Barr. 3 Higher Ed 

34:301-10 Je '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29: 

24-7 O '03 
Social work and undergraduate colleges. 

H. H. Stroup. Improving Col Univ Teach 

11:231-3 Autumn '63 
Tyranny of numbers. H. R. Bowen. Phi Delta 

Kappan 44:427 Je '63 
See also 
Accredited colleges and universities 
Agricultural colleges 
Catholic colleges 
Christian colleges 
College. Choice of 
Colleges for women 
Colleges of liberal arts 
Denominational colleges 
Junior colleges 
Land grant colleges 
Negro colleges 

State colleges and universities 
Teachers colleges 
Theological schools 

Administration 

Administrator in higher education as an edu- 
cational leader. J. A. Fishman. Sch & Soc 
91:304-6 O 19 '63 

Developing the international office. J. W. 
Neal. il Overseas 3:7-11 Ap '64 

Expansion and the jagged-tooth years: home 
viniversities criticize Robbins report, il 
Times Ed Sup 2535:912, 914 D 20 '63 

Interdependence of administration and fac- 
ulty. R. F. Humphreys. Sch & Soc 92:48-9 
F 8 '64 

Oxford defended. Times Ed Sup 2524:448 O 4 
'63 

Planning-and-operations control; a neglected 
administrative function. R. E. Lorish. 
J Higher Ed 35:211-16; Reply. R. D. Patton. 
217-19 Ap '64 

Urban sprawl in the academic community; 
alleviating the university's growing pains. 
J. K. Folger. J Higher Ed 34:450-7 N '63 
See also 

College officials 

Colleges and universities — Expansion problems 

Evening colleges — ^Administration 

Junior colleges — Administration 

Quarter and semester plans 

Teachers colleges — Administration 

Evaluation 

Recipe for revolution: Beloit's nineteen in- 
gredients. S. Hayward. Liberal Ed 49:493- 
501 D '63 

Faculty participation 

Faculty participation in college and univer- 
sity government; statement of principles. 
AAUP Bui 49:253-9 S '63 

Feast or famine for the liberal arts college? 
reflections on intellectual economy and 
polity. F. D. Bolman. Ed Rec 45:67-73 Wint 
'64 

Professor as trustee. B. Steinzor: A. J. 
Dibden. J Higher Ed 34:345-8 Je '63 

Recipe for revolution: Beloit's nineteen in- 
gredients. S. Hayward. Liberal Ed 49:493- 
501 D '63 

Shared responsibility. E. W. Strong. AAUP 
Bui 49:109-13 Je '63 

Tulane university: faculty participation in 
the government of the university. R. P. 
Adams. AAUP Bui 49:221-5 S '63 

University of California at Berkeley: faculty 
participation in the government of the 
university. L. W. Eley. AAUP Bui 50:5-13 
Mr '64 

University of Pennsylvania; faculty parti- 
cipation in the government of the uni- 
versity. G. R. Morrow. AAUP Bui 49:114- 
22 Je '63 
See also 

Junior colleges — Administration — Faculty par- 
ticipation 

Personnel practices 

Academic due process. L. Joughin. AAUP Bui 
50:19-35 Mr '64 

Relation of the dean to the faculty. G. B. 
Dearing. bibliog J Gen Ed 15:191-201 O '63 
See also 

Junior colleges — Administration — Personnel 
practices 

Student participation 

Autonomy and student co-government in the 
University of Uruguay: tr. by B. B. Stretch. 
L. C. Pelaez. Comp Ed R 7:166-72 O '63 

Struggle for control of the Japanese uni- 
versity. B. C. Duke. J Higher Ed 35:19-26 
Ja '64 

Teaching 
See also 

Junior college presidents — Education 



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COLLEGES and universities — Continued 
Aims and objectives 
See Higher education — Aims and objec- 
tives 

Alumni 

Appraisal of various American colleges as 
indicated by number of women graduates 
listed in Who's who of American women. 
A. E. Traxler. Sci Ed 47:439-47 D '63 
See also 

Alumni funds 

Graduates — Colleges and universities 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 

Excellence in our society. G. Stein. Improv- 
ing Col Univ Teach 11:207-8 Autumn '63 

Feast at Agathon's house. L. Barrett. Liberal 
Ed 49:321-32 O '63 

1984 look; progressive educational ideas and 
practices in retrospect. J. Barden. J Higher 
Ed 34:324-9 Je '63 

Buildings 
Building for the future at Stout state college. 

W. L. Face, il plans Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

53:51-6-(- Mr '64 
Diablo Valley college science center. G. 

Archinal. Am Sch & Univ 34:G 1-G4 '62 
Energy needs of a model campus. Am Sch & 

Univ 36:30-1 F '64 
Facilities for women's programs, il J Health 

Phvs Ed Rec 34:34-5 S '63 
Future halls of learning from the 1963 Royal 

academy exhibition; photographs. Times 

Ed Sup 2503:992-3 My 10 '63 
Maintenance shop for a small budget, il plan 

Ed Exec Overview 4:36-7 Jl '63 
New and better teacher education. C. C. 

Travelstead. Sch & Soc 91:332-4 N 2 '63 
This ugly old building was converted to 

useful classroom space, il Sch Mgt 7:72-3 

D '63 
See also 
College architecture 
Dormitories 

Field houses — Colleges and universities 
Gymnasiums 

Junior colleges — Buildings 
Student union buildings 

Credits and credit systems 

See Credits and credit systems — Colleges 
and universities 

Curriculum 

See Curriculum — Colleges and universities 
Departments of education 
Academic social compact. J. A. Fishman. 

Sch & Soc 92:29-31 Ja 25 '64 
Toward reconstructing schools and depart- 
ments of education. J. Park, bibliog f Ed 
Theory 13:108-18 Ap '63; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:5-8 N '63 
What is the task of a college of education? 
J. A. Battle. J Teach Ed 14:362-5 D '63 
See also 
Teacher education — Colleges and universities 

Departments of English 
Current development in the teaching of Eng- 
lish: with comments by K. Malone and W. 
R. Parker. A. R. Kitzhaber. Col Engl 25: 
450-63 Mr '64 

Departments of geography 

Role of college and university geography de- 
partments in improving the teaching and 
course content of high-school geography. 
G. W. Swain, jr. J Geog 62:339-52 N '63 

Departments of music 
What I have learned about administration. 
H. R. Wilson. Mus Educators J 50:39-41 F 
'64 

Departments of science 
Case for university biology. S. A. Hutchin- 
son, bibliog Univ Q 18:74-9 D '63 
Chemistry in liberal arts colleges. R. G. 
Yalman. J Chem Ed 41:142-5 Mr '64 

Departments of speech 
Unique function of a department of speech 
in the college and university. J. W. Kelt- 
ner and J. H. Kenning; reply. C. 
Goetzinger and M. Valentine. Speech 
Teach 13:62-3 Ja '64 

Desegregation 
Frontal attack on cultural deprivation. P. 

G. Dickey. Phi Delta Kappan 45:398-400 My 

'64 
Sit-ins, at school? desegregation plan. J. H. 

Franklin. Times Ed Sup 2505:1150 My 24 

63 



Discrimination 
Race relations and higher education. Sister 
Mary Emil. Relig Ed 59:107-11 Ja '64 

Early admission plan 
See Colleges and universities — Entrance 
requirements; Fund for the advancement 
for education — Early admission to college 
program 

Elective system 
See Elective system — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Enrollment 
.See Enrollment — Colleges and universities 
Entrance examinations 
Can useful general-purpose equivalency 
tables be prepared for different college 
admission tests? W. H. Angoff. Personnel 
& Guid J 41:792-7 My '63 
College expectancy tables for high school 
counselors. J. R. Hills. Personnel & Guid 
J 42:479-83 Ja '64 
Impact of testing programs on college pre- 
paration and attendance. P. I. Clifford and 
J. A. Fishman. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 
62 pt2:82-102 '63 
Test uses and limitations. B. A. Thresher, 
il NEA J 52:17-19 O '63 
See also 
College entrance examination board 

Africa 
Northern Rhodesian nettle; university en- 
trance. J. Lockwood. Times Ed Sup 2510: 
1421 Je 28 '63 

Great Britain 
Oxbridge entrance: the Caius meeting; ed. 

by T. David. Univ Q 17:360-76 S '63 
Oxbridge entrance; unfair to grammar school 

boys? Times Ed Sup 2510:1422 Je 28 '63 
University admissions and the calendar. J. 

S. Morrison. Univ Q 17:249-53 Je '63 

Russia 
Providing higher schools with fine new con- 
tingents of students. V. F. Nemtsov. Soviet 
Ed 5:38-9 My '63 

Entrance requirements 
Advice to parents helping a child get into 

college. Ky Sch J 42:32 Ja '64 
Assessing academic potential. J. R. Hills. 

Col & Univ 39:181-94 Wint '64 
Carnegie unit: its origin, status, and trends. 

E. Tompkins and W. Gaumnitz. bibliog 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:1-78 Ja '64 
College admission and the I.Q. S. M. Graves. 

Clearing House 38:422 Mr '64 
Judicial review of college-admission policies; 

the Lesser decision. S. Jacobson. J Higher 

Ed 34:432-7 N '03 
Let's look at the record again! the high 

school preparation of 1,124 University of 

Kansas freshmen. Kansas. University. 

School of education. Kan Univ Kan Studies 

Ed 14 no 1:1-92 '63 
See also 
Student selection — Colleges and universities 

Great Britain 

Early leavers; second chance at Sussex. J. P. 
Corbett. il Times Ed Sup 2533-839 D 6 '63 

Guides for the bewildered; university en- 
trance. Times Ed Sup 2523:398 S 27 '63 

Methods of selection for English universities. 
W. D. Furneaux. Year Book of Ed 1962: 
204-15 

Scotland 
Influence of a sixth year in school on 
academic performance at university. A. 
Gammie. Ed Res 6:77-9 N '63 

Evening sessions 

See Evening colleges 

Examinations 

See Examinations — Colleges and univer- 

Expansion problems 
Australian reservations. D. M. Toomey. Times 

Ed Sup 2545:sup iv F 28 '64 
Bivouacs on the campus; universities fear 

overcrowding. Times Ed Sup 2533:848 D 6 

•63 
Defending the academic ideal; Commonwealth 

student increase. Times Ed Sup 2514:124 Jl 

26 '63 
Enlargement of opportunity in higher edvica- 

tion. S. G. Tickton. Ed Rec 45:84-8 Wint 

'64 
Expansion and the jagged-tooth years: home 

universities criticize Robbins report, il 

Times Ed Sup 2535:912. 914 D 20 '63 



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121 



COLLEGES and universities — Expansion prob- 
lems — Continued 

Forces shapiiiK the college of arts and 
sciences. F. H. Horn. Liberal Ed 50:5-16 
Mr '64 „, „ 

French university expansion. Times Ed Sup 
2497:648 Mr 29 '63 

Hadrian's wall in reverse? no room at the 
university. D. H. Stott. Times Ed Sup 
2509:1364 Je 21 '63 

Hungry sheep; finding room for 360,000 by 
•70. C. L. Mowat. Times Ed Sup 2496:577 
Mr 22 '63 

Implications for the future of Catholic higher 
education. C. F. Donovan. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 60:137-45 Ag '63 

Michigan reaches the crises In higher educa- 
tion. Mich Ed J 41:5-74- F '64 

New university claimants; rush for expan- 
sion. Times Ed Sup 2540:169 Ja 24 '64 

Bobbins report: higher education in Britain. 
L.. Elvin. Teach Col Rec 65:512-19 Mr 
'64 

Rules for expansion; U.G.C. puts home needs 
first. Times Ed Sup 2530:718 N 15 *63 

Setting the scene. H. C. Dent. Times Ed 
Sup 2545 :sup ii F 28 '64 

Skv not the limit; dangers of expansion. 
Times Ed Sup 2505:1146 My 24 '63 

Support of higher education: expense or in- 
vestment? E. Green. J Higher Ed 34:330-3 
Je '63 

Universities at the crossroads. Times Ed 
Sup 2523:398 S 27 '63 

Universities the key. P. M. S. Blackett. 11 
Times Ed Sup 2525:494 O 11 '63 

University looks to the future; the Min- 
nesota conference on higher education. R. 
H. Beck and R. C. McClure. J Higher Ed 
34:496-502 D '63 

Urban sprawl in the academic community; 
alleviating the university's growing pains. 
J. K. Folger. J Higher Ed 34:450-7 N '63 

Wliat's ahead for public junior colleges. S. G. 
Tickton. Jun Col J 34:9-11 N '63 

Which way will your campus grow? J. S. 
Sharp, diags Ed Exec Overview 4:30-1 Ag 
•63 

See also 

Junior colleges — Expansion problems 

Faculties 

See College professors and Instructors; 
Junior college instructors 

Finance 

American college president: scholar or fund 
raiser? R. E. Leestamper. Ed Forum 28: 
423-9 My '64 

Bond sales for higher education: 1962; Office 
of education survey. W. R. Bokelman and 
E. C. Deering. Sch Life 45:20-4 Mr '63 

Bonds for educational purposes, sales. In- 
terest rates, et cetera; colleges and uni- 
versities. W. R. Bokelman and E. C. 
Deering. Sch Life 45:24-6 Ap; 15-16 My; 
35-7 Je; 23-4 Jl; 46:38 O; 29-31 N; 25 D 
•63: 37-S Ja '64 

Higher education costs continue to rise. 
Higher Ed 20:10 O '63 

Increases in expenditure-s and income in U.S. 
colleges and universities. Higher Ed 20:18 
N '63 

Michigan reaches the crises in higher educa- 
tion. Mich Ed J 41:5-7+ F '64 

Public and private college. A. L. Brandon. 
Sch & Soc 91:297-8 O 19 '63 

Rising costs in higher education. M. M. 
Chambers. Sch & Soc 91:2724- O 5 '63 

Role foundations play in education. R. E. 
Leestamper. il Wis J Ed 96:16-194- D '63 

Senator Humphrey's tax-credit bill; a pro- 
gram of direct aid to students. V. C. Blum, 
bibliog f J Higher Ed 34:479-86 D '63 

Tax credits on college tuition fees. Sch & 
Soc 91:2984- O 19 '63 

"Value of a ten-year budget. Sister Mary 
.Tosetta. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:195 As 
•63 

See also 

Alumni funds 

Catholic colleges — Finance 

Colleges and universities — Expansion prob- 
lems 

Junior colleges — Finance 

Negro colleges — Finance 

State colleges and universities — Finance 

Tuition fees — Colleges and universities 

Great Britain 
Universities' board? Times Ed Sup 2519:236 

Ag 30 '63 
University grants increased. Q. Hogg. Times 

Ed Sup 2542:308 F 7 '64 

Food service 
Positive side of contract food service. 11 Ara 
Sch & Univ 36:37-9 Ap '64 



Gifts, legacies, etc. 
Is alma mater on their gift list? W. R. 
Long. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 59:19-23 My 
■63 

Graduate work 
See Graduate work 

Health service 
Cooperation between counseling and health 
services. W. P. Angers and P. C. Paulson. 
J Sch Health 34:49-53 F '64 
Mental strain in students; inadequate help. 
C. J. Lucas. Times Ed Sup 2541:235 Ja 31 
'64 
See also 
Colleges and universities — Mental hygiene 
service 

History 

Academic freedom in England: the case of 
University college, Nottingham, in the 
1880' s. A. W. Coats, bibliog f AAUP Bui 
49:328-35 D '63 

Early accrediting society. C. E. Peterson, jr. 
bibliog f Col & Univ 39:117-26 Wint '64 

Entry of science and history in the college 
curriculum, 1865-1914. S. B. Barnes. Hist 
Ed Q 4:44-58 Mr '64 

Highlights in the progress of Catholic higher 
education. E. J. Power. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:127-37 Ag '63 

Horace Mann at Brown. J. C. Messerli. bib- 
liog f Harvard Ed R 33:285-311 Sum '63; 
Reply. T. R. Crane. 33:527-9 Fall '63 

Note on academic degrees. A. J. Clark, bib- 
liog f Cath Ed R 61:532-42 N '63 

Oregon story. D. P. Pence, il Jun Col J 34: 
4-8 N '63 

Secular tendency in church- related colleges 
in Pennsylvania; excerpts from History of 
higher education in Pennsylvania. S. Sack, 
bibliog f Sch & Soc 91:4304- D 28 '63 

Universities in evolution. E. J. King, bib- 
liog f Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:399-415 '63 

Tale's adolescent years; the presidency of 
Timothy Dwight: 1886-1898. F. C. ArrlcaJe. 
J Higher Ed 34:385-9 O '63 
See also 

Land grant colleges — History 

Negro colleges — History 

Teachers colleges — History 

Honors system 
See Honors work 

Libraries 

See Libraries, College 

Mental hygiene service 

Mental health and the college bulletin. N. 
Kiell. Improving Col Univ Teach 11:92-6 
Spr '63 

Middle ages 
See Colleges and universities. Medieval 

Off-campus centers 
Case for university branch campuses. K. L. 
Holderman. 11 Jun Col J 34:254- Ap '64 

Overseas extension 
Colleges and universities participate In 

overseas program. Higher Ed 19:12 Ap '63 
Developing the International office. J. W. 

Neal. 11 Overseas 3:7-11 Ap '64 
Kent students go to Mexico. M. Baker. 11 

Ohio Sch 42:26 Ap '64 
Programs for American students abroad: a 

critique. D. J. Shank. Nat Assn Women 

Deans & Counselors J 27:74-6 Wint '64 
Students adapt to French university. Sch & 

Soc 92:150 Ap 4 '64 
Training good ambassadresses; Bennett's 

Overseas service program. D. Ahem, il 

Jun Col J 34:17-19 Mr '64 
See also 
American students in foreign countries 

Placement offices 
See College placement offices 

Publications 
See also 
Catalogs — Colleges and universities 

Race discrimination 

See Colleges and universities — Discrimina- 
tion 

Religious life and activities 
Conscience and competence: Christian values 
in the student personnel program. L. J. 
Averill. J Gen Ed 15:276-83 Ja '64 
Coordinating councils of religious organiza- 
tions in public colleges and universities. 
H. Stroup. Relig Ed 58:362-54- Jl '63 



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COLLEGES and universities — Religious life and 
activities — Continued . „ -r. ^ x« 

Improved religious emphasis. P. R. Coffln. 
Improving Col Univ Teach 11:161-2 Sum 

Ministry of a college chaplain. L. J. Averill. 
Christian Scholar 46:135-44 Sum '63 



Research 
See Institutional research; 
Colleges and universities 



Research — 



Schedules 
Automatic class scheduling at the University 

of Rhode Island. B. J. Haga. J Bsns Ed 39: 

120 D '63 
Year-round campus; study sponsored by the 

Southern regional education board. W. H. 

Stickler and M. "W. Carothers. Ed Digest 

29-49-51 F '64 

Social life 

iSee also 
Student life 

Standards 

Survival of the liberal arts college. E. J. 
McGrath. Higher Ed 20:3-6-J- N '63 

Statistics 

College teachers in engineering, mathematics, 
and physical sciences: supply and demand. 
C. B. Lindquist. Higher Ed 20:11-17 N '63 

Higher education (universities, etc) number 
of teachers and students; not including 
separate higher teacher training institu- 
tions; from data supplied by the Statistical 
division of UNESCO. Int Yrbk Ed 1962:493- 
5 

Not two cultures, but one hundred and two. 
W. K. Selden. Teach Col Rec 65:50-6 O "63 

Professional staff in U.S. colleges. R. M. 
Walker. Sch Life 46:42 Ja '64 . , 

Projections of college faculty, 1950-70. High- 
er Ed 19:22-3 Jl '63 

University arithmetic; looking at the figures. 
Mrs R. Knight. Times Ed Sup 2508:1306 
Je 14 '63 
See also 

Enrollment — Colleges and universities 

Libraries, College — Statistics 

Student activities 
iSfee Student activities — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Summer schools 
vSee Summer schools — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Surveys 
See Surveys — Colleges and universities 

Teacher education 

See Teacher education — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Teaching 
College- teaching crisis; has the graduate 

school done right by the college teacher? 

R. M. Cooper. J Higher Ed 35:6-11 Ja '64 
Course on college teaching. E. Walters. Sch 

& Soc 91:286-7 O 5 '63 
Creative teaching in colleges and universities. 

J. C. Duff. J Higher Ed 35:154-7 Mr '64 
Forgotten figure in higher education; a crit- 
ical analysis. M. H. Epstein. Peabody J Ed 

41:258-65 Mr '64 
Great scholar, great teacher. E. Arden. 

J Higher Ed 35:150-3 Mr '64 
If it is, it's vulnerable. M. S. Marshall. Ed 

Forum 28:327-33 Mr '64 
On improving college teaching. J. W. Gustad. 

il NEA J 53:37-8 Mr '64 
Precarious state of teaching; obstacles to the 

fulfillment of the college's central function. 

R. H. Snow. J Higher Ed 34:318-23 Je '63 
Reality and illusion in teaching. R. H. Gar- 
rison. Jun Col J 34:15-19 P '64 
Small college: a faculty perspective. M. S. 

Owen. Liberal Ed 49:258-67 My '63 
Teacher or researcher? R. L. Hilgert. Ed 

Forum 28:463-8 My '64 
Teaching and institutional service vs. re- 
search and professional writing. I. D. 

Weeks. J Higher Ed 35:45-7 Ja '64 
Universities and the creative life. F. Mayer. 

Improving Col Univ Teach 11:137-8 Sum 

•63 

Evaluation 
Comparison of student reaction to similar, 

concurrent teacher-content instruction. S. 

U. Wedeen. J Ed Res 56:540-3 Jl '63 
Rehabilitation of university undergraduate 

teaching. R. Brandis. Ed Rec 45:56-63 Wint 

'64 
Relationship of cost of instruction and 

attitudes toward instruction. G. H. Stempel. 

bibliog J Ed Res 57:207-9 D '63 



Research 
Factors influencing excellence in college and 
university teaching. E. V. Pullias. bibliog f 
Ed Rec 44:243-7 Jl '63 

Teaching methods 

Active learning: development not abandon- 
ment. J. L. Earth. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 12:11 Wint '64 

Commitment to experiment and innovate in 
college teaching. A. C. Eurich. Ed Rec 
45:49-55 Wint '64 

Creative teaching in colleges and universities. 
J. C. Duff. J Higher Ed 35:154-7 Mr '64 

Future blueprint. M. W. Thring. Times Ed 
Sup 2545:sup xvii F 28 '64 

Group: resource and technique. R. Payne. 
il Ed Lead 21:155-7+ D '63 

History and political science instruction. K. 
R. Walker, bibliog Improving Col Univ 
Teach 11:242-9 Autumn '63 

Information explosion: implications for teach- 
ing. J. G. Miller. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 27:54-9 Wint '64 

Teaching foreign students, in French. E. M. 
Sinauer. il Overseas 3:12-15 D '63 

Teaching methods of social research. S. C. 
Mayo and C. C. Scarborough. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 11:228-30 Autumn '63 

Varieties of learning experiences in the 
college classroom. P. R. Givens. Ed Forum 
27:437-40 My '63 

Evaluation 
Program for instruction improvement. A. R. 
Gayles. Improving Col Univ Teach 11:65-7 
Spr '63 

Research 
Class size and co-ordinated instruction. J. P. 

De Cecco. bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:65-74 

F '64 
Comparison of student achievement in the 

summer term and regular quarter. C. 

Kanun and others. J Exp Ed 32:123-32 

Fall '63 
Instructional gestalt: a conceptual frame- 

w^ork and design for educational research. 

L. Siegel and L. C. Siegel. bibliog diags Av 

Comm R 12:16-45 Spr '64 
Research paper; project on university teach- 
ing methods. F. G. Healey. Times Ed Sup 

2545:sup xviii F 28 '64 

Technological innovations 
Commitment to experiment and innovate in 
college teaching. A. C. Eurich. Ed Rec 45; 
49-55 Wint '64 

Tuition fees 

See Tuition fees — Colleges and universi- 
ties 

Africa 
Africa's challenge to American higher edu- 
cation; final report of the Tananarive con- 
ference. C. K. Snyder, bibliog f Higher Ed 
19:7-19 Je '63 
Consolidating African universities. Overseas 
3:30 N '63 

Africa, East 

See also 
Makerere university college 

Africa, West 

See also 
Abidjan university 

Alabama 

See also 
Alabama. Livingston state college 
Auburn university 
Howard college 

Arizona 

See also 
Arizona state university 
Arizona. University 

Arkansas 

See also 
Arkansas. Agricultural, mechanical, and nor- 
mal college 
Arkansas. University 
College of the Ozarks 

Australia 

See also 
Western Australia. University 

Austria 
New higher educational institutions author- 
ized. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 3d quarter:147 '63 

California 
High school seniors' images of California col- 
leges and universities. N. S. Hutchinson. 
Jun Col J 34:12-13 S '63 



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123 



COLLEGES and universities — California — Cont. 

Hole of institutions of higher education in 
California in professionalizing school busi- 
ness management through graduate prO' 
grams. D. L. Nelson. Assn Sch Bsns Offl- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 48:254-7 '62 
See also 

California. Chico state college 

California. San Diego state college 

California. San Francisco state college 

California. San Jose state college 

California state polytechnic college 

California. University 

Chabot college 

Claremont graduate school 

Diablo Valley college 

Los Angeles trade-technical college 

Pacific Oaks college 

Pacific school of religion 

Redlands. University 

Stanford university 

University of the Pacific 

Canada 

See also 
Alberta. University 
Manitoba. University 
Montreal. University 
Toronto. University 

Chile 
Regional colleges in Chile. Overseas 3:30 Ja 

'64 
Regional colleges in Chile. Sch & Soc 91:420 
D 28 '63 

Colombia 
See also 
Caldas. Universidad 

Colorado 

See also 
Colorado state university 
Colorado. University 
Loretto Heights college 
United States air force academy 

Connecticut 

See also 
Connecticut. Danbury state college 
Wesleyan university 
Tale university 

District of Columbia 
Five-year plan to coordinate graduate study 
in five universities. E. J. Bunn. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Bui 60:8-11 F '64 
See also 
Catholic university of America 

Ecuador 

See also 
Ecuador. Universidad central del Ecuador 

England 
See Colleges and universities — Great Brit- 
ain 

Ethopia 
See also 
Haile Selassie I university 

Europe 
Universities in evolution. E. J. King, bibliog f 
Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:399-415 '63 

Florida 

See also 
Florida agricultural and mechanical univer- 
sity 
Florida Presbyterian college 
Florida state university 
Florida. University 

Florida. University of South Florida 
Miami. University 
Stetson university 

France 

See also 
Bordeaux. Universit6 
Lyons. University 
Nancy. University 

Georgia 

See also 
Atlanta university system 
Georgia institute of technology 
Georgia. Savannah state college 
Georgia. University 
Georgia. Womans college of Georgia 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
German universities revisited. H. O. Wilk. 

J Higher Ed 34:390-2 O '63 
New universities for West Germany; Bochum, 
Bremen. Konstanz. Times Ed Sup 2529:659 
N 8 '63 
See also 
Giessen. Universltat 



Great Britain 
Claimants to a new university; applications 
pour m. map Times Ed Sup 2536:937 D 27 

DO 

Foreign influences in English universities: 

four case histories W. H. G. Armytage. 

bibliog Comp Ed R 7:246-61 F '64 
Fixture look of Kent; proposed University of 

!^i?"kT^*^ ,£^'^*^®'''^"''y. Times Ed Sup 2528: 

bZb JN 1 63 

^'?i,^^''i'/^T ^^§}^9R'^^- i' Times Ed Sup 2509: 
1349-54 Je 21 '63 
See also 
Cambridge. University 
Durham. University 
East Anglia. University 
Essex. University 
Hull. University 
Keele. University 
Leicester. University 
Liverpool. University 
London. University 
Newcastle. University 
Nottingham. University 
Oxford. University 
Sheffleld. University 
Sussex. University 
York. University 

Hawaii 

See also 
Hawaii. University 

Hong Kong 
Chinese university for Hongkong. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2540:156 Ja 24 '64 

Illinois 
Faculty load in colleges and universities in 

the Chicago area. W. R. "Waters. Col & 

Univ 39:325-30 Spr '64 
jSee also 
Chicago. University 
Greenville college 

Illinois. Northern Illinois university 
Illinois. Southern Illinois university 
Illinois state university 
Illinois. University 
Monmouth college 
Northwestern university 

India 

Characteristics and problems of Indian uni- 
versities and their students. L. D. Eyde. 
bibliog Int R Ed 9 no4:461-76 '63/64 

Indiana 

Non-western studies in Indiana undergrad- 
uate education. J. M. Thompson. Teach 
Col J 34:148-52 Mr '63 
See also 

Earlham college 

Indiana state college 

Indiana university 

Notre Dame. University 

Taylor university 

Iowa 

See also 
Central college 
Grinnell college 
Iowa. State college 
Iowa. University 

Ireland 

See also 
Trinity college 

Japan 
Struggle for control of the Japanese univer- 
sity. B. C. Duke. J Higher Ed 35:19-26 Ja 
o4 
See also 
Sophia university 

Kansas 

See also 
Kansas state teachers college 
Kansas state university of agriculture and 

applied science 
Kansas. University 

Kentucky 

See also 
Berea college 
Kentucky. University 
Louisville. University 

Latin America 
Higher education in Latin America. H. R. W. 
Benjamin, il Phi Delta Kappan 45:178-82 
Ja '64 

Lebanon 
See also 
American university of Beirut 

Louisiana 

See also 
Tulane university of Louisiana 



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COLLEGES and universities — Continued 

Maine 
See also 
Bowdoin college 

IVlaryland 
See also 
Johns Hopkins university 
Maryland. Morgan state college 
Maryland. University 

IVIassachusetts 
vSee also 
Amherst college 
Boston college 
Boston university 
Harvard university 

Massachusetts institute of technology 
Massachusetts. State college at Westfleld 
Massachusetts. University 
Mount Holyoke college 
Northeastern university 

Mexico 

iSee also 
Institute polit^cnico nacional 
Institute technol6gico y de estudios superiores 

de Monterrey 
Mexico city college 
Mexico. Universidad nacional 

Micliigan 
See also 
Mercy college 

Michigan. Central Michigan university 
Michigan college of mining and technology 
Michigan. Eastern Michigan university 
Michigan state university of agriculture and 

applied science 
Michigan. University 
Michigan. Wayne state university 
Michigan. Western Michigan university 
Olivet college 

Middle western states 
Midvsrestern interstate co-operation in higher 
education. S. J. Wenber;?. Sch & Soc 92: 
50-1 F 8 '64 

Minnesota 
See also 
Minnesota. Mankato state college 
Minnesota. Moorhead state college 
Minnesota. St Cloud state college 
Minnesota. University 
St Marys college 
St Teresa. College 

Mississippi 

See also 
Mississippi. Jackson state college 
Mississippi. University of southern Mississippi 

Missouri 

iSee also 
Fontbonne college 
Missouri. University 
St Louis university 
Stephens college 
Webster college 

Nebrasl<a 
See also 
Nebraska. University 

New Jersey 
See also 
Fairleigh Dickinson university 
New Jersey. Newark state college 
Princeton university 
Rutgers university 
St Elizabeth. College 

New Mexico 

See also 
New Mexico state imiversity 
New Mexico. University 

New Yorlc (state) 

See also 
Bank Street college of education 
Bennett college 
Brooklyn college 
Colgate university 
Columbia university 
Cornell university 
Hunter college 

New York (city) City university of New York 
New York. State university 
New York university 
Polytechnic institute of Brooklyn 
Rochester. University 
Russell Sage college 
Skidmore college 
Syracuse university 
Teachers college, Columbia university 
Union college and luiiversity 



North Carolina 
See also 
Bennett college 
Duke university 
Methodist college 

North Carolina college at Durham 
North Carolina. University 

North Dakota 
See also 
North Dakota. University 

Northern Ireland 
New Irish university; Lockwood committee 
active. Times Ed Sup 2539:104 Ja 17 '64 

Ohio 

See also 
Akron. University 
Antioch college 
Cincinnati. University 
Hiram college 
Miami university 
Mount Union college 
Ohio. Bowling Green state university 
Ohio. Kent state university 
Ohio state university 
Ohio university 
Toledo. University 
Western Reserve university 
Oregon 

See also 
Marylhurst college 
Oregon. University 

Pennsylvania 

See also 
Carnegie institute of technology 
Cedar Crest college 
Drexel institute of technology 
Franklin and Marshall college 
Haverford college 
Lafayette college 
Lehigh university 
Moravian college 

Pennsylvania. Clarion state college 
Pennsylvania. Indiana state college 
Pennsylvania. Lock Haven state college 
Pennsylvania. Slippery Rock state college 
Pennsylvania state university 
Pennsylvania. University 
Pittsburgh. University 
Temple university 

Rhode Island 

See also 
Brown university 
Rhode Island. University 

Russia 

See also 
Kostroma pedagogical institute 
Moscow state university 
Tbilisi. State university 

Scotland 
Lively academic planning; Scotland's sixth 
university. Times Ed Sup 2528:625 N 1 '03 
See also 
Glasgow. Royal college of science and tech- 
nology 
St Andrews. University 

Sierra Leone 

See also 
Fourah Bay college 

South Africa 

See also 
Stellenbosch. University 

South America 
See Colleges and universities — Latin 
America 

South Carolina 

See also 
Bob Jones university 

South Dakota 

See also 

South Dalcota. Southern state teachers col- 
lege 

South Dakota state college of agriculture and 
mechanic arts 

Southeastern states 
Comparison of tuition-and-fee charges in 
Negro institutions with charges in institu- 
tions of the Southeast and the Nation: 1962- 
1963. L. A. D' Amico and M. M. Reed. 
J Negro Ed 33:186-90 Spr '64 



Southern states 

sta,te _ university systems. 



Southern 

Soc 92:94 Mr 7 '64 

Tennessee 
See also 
George Peabody college for teachers 



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COLLEGES and universities — Continued 
Texas 

Role of institutions of higher education in 
Texas working towards a certification pro- 
Krani for scliool business officials. M. S. 
Wallace. Assn Sch B.sns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 48:257-62 '62 
See also 
Austin college 
Dallas. University- 
Texas. East Texas state college 
Texas. Lamar state college of technology 
Texas. North Texas state university 
Texas. Sam Houston state teachers college 
Texas. University 
Texas. West Texas state college 

Tunisia 
jSee also 
Tunisia. University de Tunis 

United Arab Republic 
See also 
American university in Cairo 
Azhar university 

Utah 

See also 
Brigham Young vmiversity 

Venezuela 
See al^o 
Venezuela. Universidad de Oriente 

Vermont 

See also 
Goddard college 
St Michaels college 

Vermont. University and state agricultural 
college 

Virginia 
College admissions. L. Savage, il Va J Ed 57: 
11-15 Ap '6-1 
See also 
Virginia. Madison college 
Virginia polytechnic institute 
Washington and Lee university 

Wales 
See also 
Wales. University 

Washington (state) 

See also 
Washington. Central Washington state col- 
lege 
Washington state university 
Washington. University 

Wisconsin 
Coordination among higher institutions in 

Wisconsin. R. H. DeZonia. bibliog f Ed 

Rec 4-1:288-93 Jl '63 
See also 
Beloit college 
Lawrence college 
Mount Mary college 
Wisconsin state college, La Crosse 
Wisconsin. Stout state college 
Wisconsiru University 

Yugoslavia 
See also 
Belgrade university 
COLLEGES and universities, Accredited. See 

Accredited colleges and universities 
COLLEGES and universities, Medieval 

International living in the universities of the 
past. W. W. Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:40 
F 8 '64 
COLLEGES and universities, Municipal 
See also 
Brooklyn college 
Hunter college 

New York (city) City university of New 
York 
COLLEGES for women 
Future of women's colleges. M. B. Freedman. 
Ed Digest 29:38-40 S '63 
See also 
Bennett college 
Fontbonne college 
Loretto Heights college 
Marylhurst college 
Mount Holyoke college 
Mount Mary college 
St Elizabeth. College 
St Teresa. College 
Skidmore college 
Stephens college 
Webster college 
COLLEGES of education. See Colleges and 
universities — Departments of education; 
Teachers colleges 



COLLEGES of liberal arts 
Anxiety and trepidation. J. H. Dawson. 

Mich Ed J 41:15-16-f F '64 
Attitude, not subject matter. G. J. Christen- 

sen. Col & Univ 39:5-12 Fall '63 
Chemistry in liberal arts colleges. K. G. Yal- 

man. J Chem Ed 41:142-5 Mr '64 
College curriculum: an academic wasteland? 

E. J. McGrath. bibliog Liberal Ed 49:235-46 

My '63 
Educators challenge liberal arts to beware 

of nursery school role. R. Park. Mich Ed J 

41:16 F '64 
Feast or famine for the liberal arts college? 

reflections on intellectual economy and 

polity. F. D. Bolman. Ed Rec 45:67-73 Wint 

'64 
Improving teacher education in a liberal arts 

college. R. B. Hayes. Nat Comm Teach 

Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963:431-9 
Influence of developments in higher educa- 
tion on teacher preparation. H. L. Caswell. 

bibliog f J Teach Ed 14:206-11 Je '63 
Intellectual climate of the liberal arts college. 

P. C. McCoy, bibliog f Ed Rec 44:228-36 

Jl '63 
Liberal arts (cont) ed. by F. E. Lund. 

J Higher Ed 34:349-50; 35:169-70 Je '63, 

Mr '64 
Mind, spirit, and world. J. P. Dixon, Ed Rec 

44:321-3 O '63 
Need for a new American. M. S. Eisenhower. 

Ed Rec 44:303-6 O '63 
On furniture, first jobs and freedom. J. F. 

Davidson, bibliog f Liberal Ed 49:268-73 My 

'63 
Relevance of liberal arts colleges? A. D. C. 

Peterson. Univ Q 17:346-52 S '63 
Retooling for a new liberal arts program. 

W. L. Hickman. Liberal Ed 50:22-7 Mr '64 
Role of liberal arts colleges in teacher edu- 
cation. L. J. Stiles. Ed Forum 28:171-7 

Ja '64; Summary. Mich Ed J 41:16 F '64 
Small college: a faculty perspective. M. S. 

Owen. Liberal Ed 49:258-67 My '63 
Smaller liberal arts college, by L. B. Mayhew; 

review. D. S. Willey. Improving Col Univ 

Teach 11:218 Autumn '63 
Survival of the liberal arts college. E. J. 

McGrath. Higher Ed 20:3-6+ N '63 
Voicef for the small liberal arts college. 

A. T. Hill. Ed Forum 28:211-18 Ja '64 
COLLIERS encyclopedia 
Attitudes toward composers as refiected in 

three general encyclopedias of the early 

1960's. P. R. Farnsworth. J Res Mus Ed 

11:142-3 Fall '63 
New encyclopedia offers something for every- 
one. A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 71:119 My '63 
COLLOGRAPH. See Prints— Technique 

COLLOIDS 

See also 
Proteins 
COLOMBIA 

See also 
Education — Colombia 
English language — Teaching — Colombia 
Home economics education — Colombia 
COLONIAL life and customs 

Units of work 

Colonial America. W. A. Ohnmacht. 11 Instr 

73:474- F '64 
Let's colonize! E. Jones. Ill Ed 52:336 Ap 

'64 
COLONIALISM. See Colonies 

COLONIES 

Worldwide emancipation of underdeveloped 
nations. G. Myrdal. Phi Delta Kappan 45: 
413-17 My '64 
COLONIES, Artists. See Artists colonies 
COLONIES de vacances. See Camps — France 
COLOR 
Geometry of color. M. Hausner. Nat Council 
Teach Math Yrbk 28:301-10 '63 
See also 
Pigments 

Psychology 
Color coding and visual separability in in- 
formation displays. S. L. Smith, bibliog J 
Ap Psychol 47:358-64 D '63 
Relationship between color choice and selected 
preferences of the individual. J. H. Mclnnis 
and J. K. Shearer, bibliog J Home Econ 56: 
181-7 Mr '64 

Teaching 
Color. J. G. Navarra. il Instr 73:74-5 My '64 
COLOR blindness 
Color-blindness testing as an aid in the etio- 
logical diagnosis of mental retardation 
J. M. Wilson and W. Wolfensberger bib- 
liog Am J Men Deficiency 67:914-15 My '63 



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COLOR blinaness — Continued ,„ , , . - 

^Colo? vision^. defect may affect choice of 
a career Sisht-Saving R 34:23 bpr b4 
Test for sbeini color. S M. Burt. Sch Shop 
23:21-2 N '63 
COLOR discrimination. See Color blindness 
COLOR in architecture 

School buildings 
See Color in school decoration 
COLOR in school decoration 
School Plant coloring book. E. Draper. Ed 

Exec Overview 4:36-7 Je . 63 
Ten tips to better ^ color in classrooms. F. 
Birren. Sch Mgt 8:112-13 Mr '64 
COLOR prejudice. See Race prejudice 
COLOR slides. See Lantern slides 

^Te°t'^for^s°e"ein|^*color. S. M. Burt. Sch Shop 
23:21-2 N '63 
See also , . ^ , •ut_j 

Famsworth dichotomous test for color blind- 
ness 
COLORADO 

See also , ^. _, , , 

Audio -visual education—Colorado 
Business education — Colorado 
Libraries — Colorado 
School children— Colorado 
COLORADO outward bound school. See Out- 
ward bound schools— United States 
COLORADO state university. Fort Collins 
University program for advanced shorthand 
and transcription. E. H. Vanderlas. Bsns 
Ed Forum 18:15-1- N '63 
COLORADO. University, Boulder 
Collesre-run recreational swim program for 
fathers and sons. R. E. Balch. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:39 My '63 . 

In-service alternative to the summer institute 
program D. M. Feldman and B. Scliindler. 
Mod Lang J 48:88-91 P '64 , 

MA-3 at the University of Colorado. J. R. 

Carnes. Sup Stud 5:29-30 Mr '63 . 

Pre- college reading program at the Univer- 
sity of' Colorado. V. J. Amanna and H. Mc- 
Cord. J Develop Read 6:274-6 Sum 63 
COLORED progressive matrices. See Progres- 
sive matrices test 
COLORIMETERS and colorimetry 

Adsorption isotherm using a colorimetric 
method; a general chemistry experiment. 
A. J. Dandy, diag J Chem Ed 41:47 Ja 64 
Colorimetric chemical kinetics experiment. 
G. Corsaro. J Chem Ed 41:48-50 Ja '64; 
Reply. S. H. Laurie. 41:288 My '64 
COLORING matter in food. See Chemical addi- 
tives in food 
COLTON, California 

Bloomington high school 
Master plan for Bloomington high, il plans 
Am Sch & Univ 36:60-1 F '64 
COLUMBIA. Missouri, public library 

Starting library service to hospitals. T. F. 
McArthur. ALA Bui 57:859-60 O '63 
COLUMBIA FALLS, Montana 
High school 
General industrial education in Columbia 
Falls. J. Perry, il Mont Ed 40:12-134- F '64 
COLUMBIA mental maturity scale 
Task difHculty and response time in the re- 
tardate. J. C. Brengelmann and J. L. 
Standen. bibliog Train Sch Bui 60:89-93 
Ag '63 
COLUMBIA university ^^ ^ , 

Two language and area centers added for 
1963-64. Higher Ed 19:14 Ap '63 

College of pharmacy 
Individual programs for foreign pharmacists. 
E. E. Leuallen. il Overseas 3:3-7 S '63 

Columbia college 

Columbia college: report to headmasters, 
principals, and counselors, 1962. H. S. Cole- 
man; reply. A. L. Goren. Sch & Soc 91:271 
O 5 '63 . ^ . ., 

Eclectic course In marriage and the family. 
R. Edwards. J Sch Health 33:379-82 O '63 

Libraries 
Oral history collection catalog. Wilson Lib 
Bui 38:716 My '64 

Teachers college 
See Teachers college, Columbia univer- 
sity 
COLUMBIA university seminar on Russian 
literature. See Seminars 



COLUMBUS, Ohio 

Heyl Avenue school 

Team teaching gives a plan of organization. 

A. Travis and others, il Ohio Sch 41:16-17 

N '63 

Public schools 
Clerical help. W. W. Miller. NBA J 52:32 

N '63 
Evaluating a health education curriculum 

guide. J. G. Cauffman. bibliog f J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 34:20-l-f O '63 
Whole town's talking about school program 

and finance as a result of neighborhood 

seminars in Columbus, Ohio. J. L. Davis. 

il NEA J 52:26-7 O '63 
COLUMBUS day 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
American firsts. H. Welch, il Grade Teach 

81:50 O '63 .^, , 

Try choric dramatization with slow learners. 

E. Stern. Instr 73:68-9 O '63 

Poetry 

Christopher Columbus. I. Orleans. Grade 
Teach 81:18 O '63 

Projects 
Columbus day projects. I. Robbins and R. 
N. Wild, il Instr 73:74-5 O '63 

Stories 
Cabin boy for Columbus. E. M. Payler. Instr 

73"97 O '63 
Columbus and the birds. B. Newhoff. il Grade 
Teach 81:49 O '63 ^ . ^ , „, .o 

El Gato. L. Graham, il Grade Teach 81:48 
O '63 
COMBINATION of grades ^. ^ 

One approach to the teaching of a combined 
German III-IV class. J. Harlow. J Sec 
Ed 38:78-80 N '63 
COMBS, Bertram Thomas 
I'd like to leave some sort of track; profile 
of a leader. G. Jaggers. il pors Ky Sch J 
42:12-14-1- D '63 
Tribute to Governor Combs. J. M. Dodson. 
Ky Sch J 42:18-f- Ja '64 
COMBUSTION 

Rocket propulsion: the chemical challenge. 
J. R. Dafler. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:58-64 
F '64 
COMEDY 
Aside in the comedias of Alarc6n. T. E. Ham- 
ilton. Hispania 46:536-9 S '63 
Modern tragicomedy of Wilde and O'Casey. 
M. Freedman. Col Engl 25:518-22-f An '64 
Shakespeare and our time's malaise. P. N. 
Siegel. Teach Col Rec 65:583-90 Ap '64 
Shakespearian comedy in The comedy of er- 
rors. C. L. Barber. Col Engl 25:493-7 Ap 
'64 
Strength and style in Le bourgeois gentil- 
homme. H. Walker. French R 37:282-7 Ja 
'64 
Time for comedy. R. A. Bennett. Engl J 53: 
248-55 Ap '64 
COMENIUS, Johann Amos 
Contribution of Comenius and Pestalozzi to 
the theory of teacher training. J. C. Os- 
good. Year Book of Ed 1963:59-69 
COMIC literature. See Comedy 
COMIC opera. See Operetta 
COMMEMORATIVE programs. See Programs 
COMMENCEMENTS 

High schools 
Move all baccalaureate services to the 
churches S. C. Acierno. Ohio Sell 41:15 
My '63 

Junior high schools 
Junior high graduation? pas&6! D. Hill. Clear- 
ing House 38:429-30 Mr '64 
COMMERCE 
Education for an expanded export trade. Sch 

Life 46:12 N '63 
Trends in the banana export industry of 
tropical America. D. R. Hoy. J Geog 63: 
108-16 Mr '64 
See also 
Trade routes 
COMMERCIAL arithmetic. See Arithmetic. 

Commercial 
COMMERCIAL art. See Art. Commercial 
COMMERCIAL clubs. See Business clubs 

COMMERCIAL correspondence 
No letterhead? type it this way. G. R. 
Schlier. Bsns Ed World 43:10 Je '63 



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COMMERCIAL correspondence — Contimied 
Teaching 
Say no tactfully when writing letters. H. S. 

Madaus. Bal Sheet 45:154-54- D '63 
Trv these letter-wrltlns? problems. W. H. 
Bonner. Bsns Ed Forum 18:21 Mr '64 
COMMERCIAL diploma. See Diplomas 
COMMERCIAL education. See Business edu- 
cation „ ,. , 
COMMERCIAL English. See Busmess English 

COMMERCIAL law 

See also 
Warranty 

Aims and objectives 
Outcomes in developing general education 
values in business law. M. Fisk. Nat Bsns 
Ed Yrbk 1:334-8 '63 

Teaching 
Teach law for practical use. H. H. Dahm. 
Bal Sheet 45:15-16 S '63 

Teaching aids and devices 
Put life into law. C. "W. Martin, jr. Bal Sheet 
45:65-1- O '63 

Value 
Outcomes in developing general education 
values in business law. M. Fisk. Nat Bsns 
Ed Yrbk 1:334-8 '63 
COMMERCIAL products 
See also 
Durable goods. Consumer 

Testing 

Control factors for quality floor finishes. 11 

Am Sch & Univ 36:37-8 Ja '64 

COMMERCIAL teachers. See Business teachers 

COMMISSION on English. See College entrance 

examination board — Commission on English 

COMMISSION on human rights. See United 

Nations — Commission on hutnan rights 
COMMISSION on mathematics. See College 
entrance examination board — Commission on 
mathematics 
COMMISSION on the humanities 
Humanities and the secondary schools. N T 
State Ed 51:36-7 O '63 
COMMISSION royale d'enquete sur I'enseigne- 

ment. See Education — Quebec (province) 
COMMITMENT to teaching. See Professional- 
ism 
COMMITTEE for economic development 
See also 
National task force on economic education 
COMMITTEE on institutional cooperation. See 
Council of ten — Committee on institutional 
cooperation 

COMMITTEES 
Class trip. D. C, Koch. 11 NEA J 63:17-20 Ap 

'64 
Problem- solving and executlveship can Im- 
prove leadership. R. Gray. Adult Lead 12: 
42-5 Je '63 
COMMITTEES, Educational 
Faculty role in academic policy making. A. 
Vavoulis. il Jun Col J 34:32-4 Ap '64 
Hydra of the campus; satire. M. S. Marshall. 

Liberal Ed 49:528-36 D '63 
Instructor joins the assembly committee. A. 

Planter. Ed 84:105-9 O '63 
Trends in the use of state curriculum com- 
mittees. R. L. Cox. H Sch J 47:260-3 Mr "64 
See also 
Citizens committees 
Colleges and universities — ^Administration — 

Faculty participation 
Junior colleges — ^Administration — Faculty par- 
ticipation 
COMMON market in western Europe. See 

European economic community 
COMMON sense 

Education for common sense. J. W. Russell. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:94-8 S '63 
COMMUNAL settlements. See Collective settle- 
ments 
COMMUNICABLE diseases 

Chemical prophylaxis and school populations. 
R. L. Brown. J Sch Health 34:234-9 My 
'64 
Fifty years ago in the Volta review: man's 
ma.<Jtery of disease. J. K. Love. "Volta R 
65:495 N '63 
See also 
Epidemics 
Measles 
Virus diseases 
COMMUNICATION 
American studies and the problem of syn- 
thesis. J. A. Hague. Social Ed 27:423-6-1- 
D '63 



Behavlorlstic approach to communication: a 
selective review of learning theory and a 
derivation of postulates. F. R. Hartman, 
bibliog Av Comm R 11:155-90 S '63 

Communication and mental health. F. B. X. 
Dance. J Comm 13:204 S '63 

Ethics of cognitive communication. R. Bier- 
stedt. J Comm 13:199-203 S '63 

Learning groups are seldom seen: a project 
report: Teacher education research proj- 
ect. M. V. DeVault and D. Andersen. Ed 
Lead 21:197+ D '63 

Mass communication and the social sciences. 
C. S. Steinberg. Sch & Soc 92:105-6 Mr 7 
'64 

Mental health-teacher education research 
project. J. Withall. bibliog f J Teach Ed 
14:318-25 S '63 

Revolution in communication: a special issue, 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:2-26 P '64 

Role of commtmication in therapeutic trans- 
actions. J. Ruesch. bibliog J Comm 13:132-9 
S '63 

Shop talk; ed. by M. O. Sillars. See Issues of 
Quarterly journal of speech 

Trends in the language arts. H. W. Painter, 
il Grade Teach 81:49+ Ap '64 

Vision in art in people to people. E. C. Kelly. 
Art Ed 17:12-14 Ja '64 
See also 

Audio-visual communication. 

General semantics 

Intercultural communication 

Interpersonal communication 

Oral communication 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 

Lost magic of communication; an allegory. 
R. Mehling. J Comm 13:215-16 D '63 

Bibliography 

Bibliography of communications dissertations 
in American schools of theology. F. H. 
Knower. Speech Mon 30:108-36 Je '63 

Book reviews. See Issues of AV communica- 
tion review 

Book reviews and notes; ed. by R. Haaken- 
son. See issues of Journal of communica- 
tion 

New books in review; ed. by W. B. Brock- 
riede. See issues of Quarterly journal of 
speech February 1963- 

Difficulties 
Broader concept of communication disorders; 

symposium. J Comm 14:3-18 Mr '64 
Communication from attorney to client. W. 

N. Thompson and S. J. Insalata. J Comm 

14:22-33 Mr '64 

International aspects 

Study of face-to-face international decision- 
making. P. W. Keller, bibliog f J Comm 
13:67-76 Je '63 

Methodology 
Effects of tlireat appeals and media of trans- 
mission. K. D. Frandsen. bibliog f Speech 
Mon 30:101-4 Je '63 

Research 
Listener response to oral Interpretation. K. 
Brooks and I. M. Wulftange. Speech Mon 
31:73-9 Mr '64 

Research 
Analogue bases for research In creativity. 

E. Murray and J. L. Stewart, bibliog f J 

Comm 13:246-51 D '63 
Barriers to research in communication. T L. 

Dahle. J Comm 13:262-6+ D '63 
Changes in semantic compatibility during the 

production of a play. P. H. Tannenbaum 

and others, bibliog f Speech Mon 30:340-4 

N '63 
Curriculum and communications media. C P. 

Ramsey, bibliog R Ed Res 33:301-3 Je '63 
Ethics of program analysis. T. Clevenger, jr. 

J Comm 13:118-23 Je '63 
Maniiscript and extemporaneous delivery in 

communicating information. H. W. Hilde- 

brandt and W. W. Stevens. Speech Mon 

30:369-72 N '63 
Mass communication. M. Dickens and P. 

Williams, bibliog R Ed Res 34:211-21 Ap '64 
Research notes. T. Clevenger, jr. See Issues 

of Journal of communication 
Summary of experimental research in ethos. 

K. Andersen and T. Clevenger, jr. bib- 
liog f Speech Mon 30:59-78 Je '63 

Social aspects 
Communications for what? J. P. White Adult 

Lead 12:224-6-1- F '64 -f»-uuii. 

Compulsions of a technological age. A L 

Cox. jr. II Int J Relig Ed 40;3-4 P '6i 



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COM M U N I CATION— Social aspects — Continued 
Constituent- congressional communication on 

fallout shelters: the congressional Pplls. K. 

A Brody and B. R. Tufte. J Comm 14:34-49 

MV '64 ^. ^ , ... 

Lanpruase and mass media: a. tool and its 

application. W. R. Idol. Clearing House 38: 

121-2 O '63 „ -I 

Mass communication; aggression and violence 

in the mass media. M. ^ Dickens and F. 

Williams. R Ed Res 34:216-18 Ap '64 
Mass media, and schools. E M Luecking. 

bibliog Ed Lead 20:516-19 My "63 
Mass media in American culture. 1. A. 

Razlk. Av Comm R 11:141-4 Jl '63 
Mass media influences and the vocational 

preferences of junior high school pupils. S. 

Krippnpr. bibliog El Engl 40:825-9 D '63 
Mass media of communication as extra-school 

educative force. W. A. Boram. bibliog f 

J Ed Sociol 36:437-41 My '63 
Sociology of music: a perspective. H. L. 

Cadv. bibliog Mus Educators J 50:25-74- 

N '63 

Teaching 

Communications in the modern world. R. 
Van Allen. El Engl 41:25-9 Ja 64 

Dr Hayakawa's many faces. J. Cohen, il 
CTA J 60:27-8 Ja '64 ^ ^^ „ 

Ends for which we educate. F. H. Horn. 
Ed Forum 28:133-43 Ja '64 ^ , ^ 

Primacv of substance and ideas in the teach- 
ing of practical discourse. K. R. Wallace. 
Engl J 53:1-9 Ja '64 

Colleges and universities 
Gains in various measures of communication 
skills relative to three curricular patterns 
in college. W. B. Michael and others. Ed 
& Psychol M 23:365-74 Sum '63 

High schools 
Speaking approach to composition. R. W. 
Higbee. Engl J 53:50-1 Ja '64 
COMMUNICATION, Theory of 
Adaptive computer model. M. C. Johnson. 

diag J Ed Psychol 55:66-70 F "64 
Adult education: a philosophy of communica- 
tion. J W. Powell. Adult Lead 12:194-6+ 

Ja '64 , . .■ ^r, 

Familv dynamics and communication theory. 
J. Ehrenwald. J Comm 13:191-8 S '63 

How communication takes place. A. I. Cox, 
jr. il Int J Relig Ed 40:10-11 F '64 

Information explosion: implications for teach- 
ing J. G. Miller. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 27:54-9 Wint '64 . 

Information transmission in clinical judg- 
ments as a function of stimulus dimension- 
ality and cognitive complexity. T. Tripodi 
and J. Bieri. bibliog J Personal 32:119-37 
Mr '64 

Mathematical transformations and communi- 
cation theory. G. A. Borden, diags J Comm 
13:87-93 Je '63 

On theory- building in communication: some 
conceptual problems. L. O. Thayer, bib- 
liog f J Comm 13:217-35 D '63 

You are in the people business. D. K. Berlo. 
il Av Instr 8:372-81 Je '63 

Research 
Theory of instruction with special reference 
to the teacher: an information system ap- 
proach. D. G. Ryans. bibliog diags J Exp 
Ed 32:191-223 Wint '63 
COMMUNICATION arts. See Language arts 

COMMUNICATION in education 

Communication networks of. a public school 

board. J. T. Condon, bibliog il plans diags 

Am Sch Bd J 148:13-16 F '64 
Intramural communication. D. A. K. Black. 

Univ Q 17:271-3 Je '63 
Is the curriculum our business? with study- 
discussion program by D. B. Harris and E. 

S. Harris. A. H. Marckwardt. il PTA Mag 

58:7-9. 35-6 Ap '64 _ 

Poor speech habits make poor teaching. W. 

L. Ristow. Chicago Sch J 45:281-3 Mr '64 
COMMUNICATION in law 
Communication from attorney to client. W. 

N. Thompson and S. J. Insalata. J Comm 

14:22-33 Mr '64 
COMMUNICATION in management 
Attitudinal effects of a group discussion on 

a proposed change in company policy. K. 

Giffln and L. Ehrlich. Speech Mon 30:377-9 

N '63 
Improved method of written communications. 

C. J. Spletter. Assn Sch Bsns Offlcials U S 

and Canada Proc 48:422-5 '62 
Visual communications. J. F. Higgins. Assn 

Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 

48:178-81 '62 



COMMUNICATION satellites. See Artificial 

satellites — Communication applications 
COMMUNICATIONS centers. See Instructional 

materials centers 
COMMUNISM 
Medieval, modem and Communist conceptions 
of human nature. M. Graubard. Relig Ed 
58:459-64+ S ■63 
See also 
Dialectical materialism 

Teaching 

Cancer is political as well as physical. L. A. 
Downey. Social Studies 54:254-6 D '63 

Courses on communism: the urgency of his- 
tory. W. G. Carleton. Teach Col Rec 65:346- 
56 Ja "64 

Diplomacy, strategy, and intelligence. A. 
W. Dulles. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 
281-8 Ap '64 

Instructing youth about communism. D. Dir- 
scherl. bibliog Cath Sch J 63:56-9 S '63 

NCEA statement about study of communism 
in Catholic high schools. National Catholic 
educational association. Cath Sch J 63:57 

5 '63 

Study about communism in a Catholic school? 
why? how? National Catholic educational 
association. Department of school super- 
intendents. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 59:1-12 
My '63 

Study of communism in the schools. G. S. 
Counts. Ed Forum 27:389-98 My '63 

Teaching about communism. M. L. Miller. 
Ed Di.gest 29:5-7 D '63 

Teaching about communism. M. Rader. Ed 
Digest 29:34-7 S '63 

Teaching about communism: a survey of 
objectives. R. F. Gray. bibUog Social Ed 
28:71-2+ P '64 

Teaching about communism and Russia. Sch 

6 Soc 92:150 Ap 4 '64 

Teaching about communism; front line re- 
port. L. Anders, il Sch & Com 50:12-13+ 
Ap '64 

Teaching about communism in the American 
schools. R. Swearingen. Social Ed 28:68-70 
V '64 

Teaching about communism in US high 
schools. A. J. Rieber. Teach Col Rec 65: 
603-8 Ap '64 

Teaching about communism: it can be done. 
W. T. Holder. Ill Ed .'^2:121 N '63 

Teaching about communism need not be 
loaded. W. E. Goldmann. il CTA J 59:23-5 
O '63 

Teaching about communism: not as a crash 
program. C. C. Jennings. Ed Lead 20:507-11 
Sly '63 

Unit alX)Ut communism. H. F. Groth. Tex 
Outl 47:36+ S '63 

What should the schools teach about com- 
munism? M. L. Miller, il 111 Ed 52:104-9 
N '63 

Bibliography 

Source materials for teaching about commu- 
nism. R. M. Perdew. Social Ed 28:81-3+ F 
■64 

Russia 

Course in social science: a new and important 
means of educating the youth. Soviet Ed 
5:12-16 Je '63 

Course on Marxist-Leninist philosophy be- 
comes more comprehensive and funda- 
mental; dialectical and historical material- 
ism. S. T. Kaltakhchian. Soviet Ed 5:42-9 
F '63 

Sociology; a new Marxist-Leninist course. 
E. Salgaller. Ed 84:56-8 S '63 

China (Peoples Republic) 
"U^ither Communist China? T. H. E. Chen. 
Social Ed 28:128-30 Mr '64 

Russia 

Understanding the Russians and understand- 
ing ourselves. C. Lasch. Teach Col Rec 

65:157-63 N '63 
COMMUNISM and art 
Freedom issue in Russia. Times Ed Sup 

2495:510 Mr 15 '63 
COMMUNISM and democracy 

Address. L B Johnson Am Assn Sch Adm 

Official Report 1963:75-82 
Credulity in American life and education. 

W. E. Drake, bibliog f Ed Forum 28:53-62 

N '63 
Diplomacy, strategy, and intelligence. A. 

W. Dulles. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

48:281-8 Ap '64 
Study of communism in the schools. G. S. 

Counts. Ed Forum 27:389-98 My '63 
Teaching about communism. M. Rader. Ed 

Digest 29:34-7 S '63 



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129 



COMMUNISM and democracy — Continued 
Teaching about communism in tlie American 

schools. R. Swearingen. Social Ed 28:68-70 

F '64 
Youth: our primary investment opportunity. 

E. S. Muskie. Nat Assn Stud Council Yrblt 

19:25-30 '63 
COMMUNISM and education 

China (Peoples Republic) 
Education and the economic failures in Com- 
munist China. T. H. E. Clien. Ed Rec 44: 

348-53 O '63 

Cuba 
Changes in Cuban education since Castro. 

J. S. Roucek. bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 

45:193-7 Ja '64 

Russia 
A. S. Makarenko on the labor upbringing of 

young children. O. Frolova. Soviet Ed 6:17- 

23 N '63 
Bolder implementation of the labor education 

of students. M. Skatkin. Soviet Ed 5:3-14 

Mr '63 
Decisions of the June plenary meeting of 

the CPSU central committee and the tasks 

of public education bodies. E. I. Afanasen- 

ko. Soviet Ed 6:3-13 Mr '64 
For a dynamic application of Makarenko' s 

methods in pedagogy. Soviet Ed 5:3-11 My 

'63 
More attention to the rural school. Soviet Ed 

6:17-25 D '63 
New CPSU program and the tasks of peda- 
gogical science. I. A. Kairov. Soviet Ed 5: 

3-16 Ja '63 
Party and public education. P. Rudnev. 

Soviet Ed 6:14-33 Mr '64 
COMMUNISM and literature 
Freedom issue in Russia. Times Ed Sup 2495: 

510 Mr 15 '63 
Russian writers. Times Ed Sup 2495:527 Mr 

15 '63 
COMMUNISM and religion 
Anti-religious education: an important ele- 
ment in the ideological work of higher 

schools; review of articles. Soviet Ed 

5:17-21 Je '63 
Concerning an individual approach in the 

atheistic upbringing of pupils. A. M. Netyl- 

ko. Soviet Ed 6:28-34 N '63 
Religion and daughters; trouble in Russia. 

Times Ed Sup 2534:875 D 13 '63 
COMMUNISM and the Catholic church. See 

Catholic church and communism 
COMMUNIST countries 
See also 
African students in Communist countries 

Economic policy 
Theory and method of economic planning in 
the Soviet bloc K. Hulicka. bibliog Social 
Studies 54:170-7 O '63 
COMMUNIST education. See Education — Russia 
COMMUNIST ethics 
Moral code of the builder of communism: the 
basis for the moral upbringing of the rising 
generation. N. I. Boldyrev. bibliog Soviet 
Ed 5:42-9 Ja '63 
When the subject is the expedient lie. H. 
Overstreet and B. Overstreet. il PTA Mag 
57:8-10 Je '63 
COMMUNIST party (Russia) 
Party and public education. P. Rudnev. 
Soviet Ed 6:14-33 Mr '64 
COMMUNITIES (ecology) See Biotic commu- 
nities 
COMMUNITY (sociology) 
Community program to improve school hold- 
ing power. N. Young. Clearing House 38: 
502-4 Ap '64 
COMMUNITY agencies. See Social agencies 

COMMUNITY and college 
Advisory council for adult education. J. L. 

Gable. Adult Lead 12:235-6-1- F '64 
California's community renaissance. E. L. 

Harlacher. il Jun (5ol J 34:14-18 Ap '64 
Can the collesre promote string playing? M. 

Pales. Sch Musician 35:56-7 Ag '63 
College and the extra-campus community. 

D. N. Naiman and B. G. Konneim. Adult 

Lead 12:1074- O '63 
Mississippi college's quest for quality: Pro.i- 

ect enrichment. J. E. McAllister. J Sec Ed 

38:14-18 O '63 
Nursing education, a community serince. E. 

O. Toews and W. Hiatt. il Calif Ed 1:19- 

20-1- Mr '64 
Open-door policy; Methodist college. Fayette- 

ville, N.C. A. "W. Stewart, il Wilson Lib 

Bui 37:860-2 Je '63 
Our coinmunity is our classroom. R. Mac- 

farlane. il Jtm Col J 34:8-11 Ap '64 



Republic of letters. S. Barr. J Higher Ed 

34:301-10 Je '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29: 

24-7 O '63 
Student organizations and charity drives. 

W. E. Kirkpatrick. Sch Activities 35:84 

N '63 
Truce in the war between universities and 

cities: a prologue to the study of city- 
university renewal. K. C. Parsons; reply. 

A. J. .Wright. J Higher Ed 34:505-7 D '63 
University in an urbanized America. R. D. 

Patton. J Higher Ed 34:458-61 N '63 
See also 
Public relations — Colleges ajrid universities 
COMMUNITY and school 
Another community service; business data 

processing instruction. M. W. Wood Bal 

Sheet 45:60-2-1- O '63 
Art appreciation. E. P. Stokes, il Instr 

73:21 D '63 
Arts in the community. E. L. Raichle. il Art 

Ed 16:19-22 My '63 
Building ties between school and church 

music. B. J. Novak. Mus Educators J 50: 

119-20 S '63 
Chamber of commerce as a resource. R. C. 

Laserte. Personnel & Guid J 42:71-2 S '63: 

Same cond. Clearing House 38:359 F '64 
Community and its schools. J. H. Fischer; 

M. Crosby. Children 11:3-12 Ja '64 
Community program to improve school hold- 
ing power. N. Young. Clearing House 

38:502-4 Ap '64 
Community resources and the school health 

program. C. E. Richardson. J Sch Health 

33:314-18 S '63 
Developing community interest in partially 

seeing children. H. Schaper. Sight-Saving 

R 34:26-30 Spr '64 
Developing good community relations. W. .T. 

Gambold. Ed 84:131-6 N '63 
Educational consultant and educational plan- 
ning. G. R. Rasmussen. Am Sch Bd J 147: 

]5-16 S; 17-184- O '63 
Educators' attitudes toward educational prac- 
tices. R. S. Miller. J Ed Res 56:424-7 Ap '63 
How to deal with the local press. M. 

Powell. Sch Mgt 7:36-7 Ag '63 
How you can build public support for driver 

education. L. K. Smith. Safety Ed 43:24-9 

Ap '64 
Independent business school and community 

leaderslup. J. W. Miller. J Bsns Ed 39:147-8 

Ja '64 
Ivory tower business. W. D. Cocking. Am 

Sch & Univ 36:63 O '63 
Job of the home and community. H. S. 

Kerwin. CTA J 60:10-11 Mr '64 
I^et's sell our music program. F. J. Baird. 

Sch Musician 35:57-8+ Ag '63 
Providing supervised practice, school and 

community should share. T. R. Miller. Ag 

Ed Mag 36:45-6 Ag '63 
Role of the school and the community in 

mental health programs. L. A. Stringer. 

J Sch Health 33:385-90 N '63 
Roles of lay and professional persons. C E. 

Buell. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:28-9 

O 'e.'? 
School newspaper. H. Van Winkle. Clearing 

House 38:44-6 S '63 
Siting a new school, il Am Sch & Univ 36:42 

Ap '64 
Social responsibility in a free society Educa- 
tional policies commission. NEA J 52:33-9 

N '63 
Testing at issue: a case study of school and 

community conflict. K. P. Schwirian TIP 

2:226-34 O '63 
Uproar in "Valley City. R. Ross, il Nat El Prin 

43:23-6 Ja '64 
We pay less by giving more. G. T. Blumen- 

son. CTA J 60:23-4 Mr '64 
What does the public health educator have 

to contribute to school health programs? 

M. W. Dedek. J Sch Health 33:294-6 S '63 
Work-study programs: an integral hisrh 

school curriculum. C. L. Reeve. J Sec Ed 

39:38-42 Ja '64 

You can and should write publicity. V. Wei- 
densee. Sch Musician 34:494- Ap '63 
See also 

Administration of schools — Public participa- 
tion 

Community resources — Educational aspects 

Local history 

Parent participation in school activities 

Public relations 

Social surveys 

Teachers. Volunteer 

Teachers and community 

Research 
Treatment of controversial issues. J. P. 
Lunstrum. bibliog Indiana Univ Sch Ed 
Bui 40:62-78 Mr '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



COMMUNITY and school — Continued 
California 
If you decide to ban student driving W.R 
Manning and R. V. Jones. J Sec Ed 38:262-8 
My '63 

Colorado 
Denver Catholic schools hold open house. 
Sister Margaret Anthony, il Cath Sch J 
64:87-8 Mr '64 

Illinois 
Needed: more citizen participation. J. Ter- 

williger. bibliog f 111 Ed 52:58-94- O '63 
School-community cooperation for vocation- 
al guidance. G. Triezenberg and S. Katz. il 
Chicago Sch J 45:229-33 F '64 

Maryland 
Operation understanding. J. Epstein, il NEA 
J 53:22-4 Mr '64 

Michigan 
East Park story. H. W. Robinson and E. L. 

Larson, il Mich Ed J 41:11-13 My '64 
Family living course alerts teens to our town, 
K. B, Baldrige. il Prac Forecast 9:42-3 F '64 

Montana 
Schools and the centennial. R. Rockhold. 
Mont Ed 40:18 S '63 

New Jersey 
It can be done; Fiemington, N.J. J. Krauss. 

il Sch Musician 35:42-3 N '63 

New York (state) 
Building good will through industrial arta 

W. Fink. H Points 45:60-1 Je '63 
High school music department and the com- 
munity. H. Gluck. H. Points 45:61-3 N '63 
Parish program of information; St Aldan's 

parish, Williston Park. Long Island, N.Y. 

E. Berner. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:260- 

3 Ag '63 
Prepare the community for educational 

change. J. Ryan and F. J. Bauerschmidt. 

il N Y State Ed 51:22-3 My '64 

Ohio 

Community and high school cooperate to 
make vocational study program work. C. 
J. Binkely. il Ohio Sch 42:28-9 Mr '64 

Improvement of community relations provides 
understanding needed to gain scliool sup- 
port; Canton City and Stark County 
schools. M. Bast and J. Riddle. Ohio Sch 
42:25 Mr '64 

Whole town's talking about school program 
and finance as a result of neighborhood 
seminars in Columbus, Ohio. J. L. Davis, 
il NEA J 52:26-7 O '63 

Oregon 

Local scholarships: an investment in the 
future; Oakridge-Westfir community schol- 
arship association, Oregon. W. Sybouts. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:80-8 D '63 

Texas 

Mesquite, where school and city are partners. 
W. Vassallo. il Tex OutI 47:16-17 Ag '63 

Virginia 
Hopewell high school industrial arts program 
expands. F. C. Alexander, il Va J Ed 
57:20-1 Ap '64 

Wisconsin 
Success is ours. M. Kuhrt. Sch Musician 35: 
■62 b '64 
COMMUNITY and teachers. See Teachers and 

commimity 
COMMUNITY centers 

Great Britain 
Rhondda centre, il Times Ed Sup 2538:45 Ja 
10 '64 
COMMUNITY centers, Church. See Parish 

houses 
COMMUNITY college and technical Institute, 
Benton Harbor, Michigan 
Training for space-age living. R. E. Cates. 
il plan Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:57-9 Mr '64 
COMMUNITY colleges. See Junior colleges 

COMMUNITY cooperation. See Community and 
school 

COMMUNITY councils. See Citizens comimit- 
tees 



COMMUNITY development 

Flathead Valley teachers organize research 
corporation. H. Tascher. il Mont Ed 40:17-f 
N '63 

Italy 

Universita agraria. R. MacGregor-Hastie. 
Univ Q 18:187-92 Mr '64 

Latin America 

Analysis of inter-American adult education 
programs E. Jones, bibliog f il Phi Delta 
Kappan 45:189-92 Ja '64 

CREFAL: training centre for community de- 
velopment for Latin America. L. H. Hughes, 
bibliog Int R Ed 9 no2:226-35 '63/64 

Mexico 
Cultural mission no. 53, San Pablo Huixtepec, 
Oaxaca. W. Woolsey. Mod Lang J 48:35-9 
Ja '64 

Netherlands 

Community development in Drenthe, the 
Netherlands. C. Voormolen. Adult Lead 
12:274 Mr '64 
COMMUNITY improvement. See Community 

service 
COMMUNITY life 

Community and its schools; an adventure in 
human relations; Three- year experimental 
project on schools in changing neighbor- 
hoods. M. Crosby. Children 11:8-12 Ja '64 

Filmstrips for local needs. K. L. Bowers, 
il Av Instr 9:179-80 Mr '64 

Leadership training in underdeveloped neigh- 
borhoods. E. Schindler-Rainman. Adult 
Lead 12:51-2 Je '63 

Simple, easy way to improve racial under- 
standing; Educational home visits. W, Shep- 
herd. Relig Ed 59:84-5 Ja '64 
See also 

Social education 

Projects 

Anatomy of your community. A. A. Delaney. 
Teach Col J 34:153-5 Mr '63 
COMMUNITY life in curriculum. See Commu- 
nity resources — Educational aspects 
COMMUNITY music. See Music, Community 
COMMUNITY planning. See City planning 
COMMUNITY recreation. See Recreation 
COMMUNITY resources 

Educational aspects 

Adventure in excellence with a community 
i-esources project. S. L. Raub. il Am Sch 
Bd J 147:7-9 Ag '63 

Arithmetic via computer. H. M. Waltermire, 
il Instr 73:66 F '64 ^ ^ ^ , 

Array of resources for the arts. C. L. Beal. 
il Mich Ed J 41:16-174- S '63 . ., „ ^ 

Eeautv around our town. J. Stillion. il Sen 
Arts 63:22-4 F '64 

Care and treatment of community resource 
persons. H. M. Lafferty. Clearing House 
38:485-7 Ap '64 ^ ^ 

Community helpers, and the first grade. T. 
Welsh, il Grade Teach 81:24-5 S '63 

Community resources in teaching family fi- 
nance. H. M. Thai. Prac Forecast 9:8-94- 
AP '64 . . ^. „ 

Developing community interest in partially 
seeing children. H. Schaper. Sight-Saving 
R 34:26-30 Spr '64 _ ,_ ^^ 

Dialing for education. K. Hensell. il Cahf Ed 
1:28-30 O '63 

Discovering and utilizing community re- 
sources. F. W. House, bibliog Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 31:58-62 My '63 

Educators: take a second look at the science 
resources of your community. D. A. Mac- 
Lean, il Sci Teach 31:33-5 Mr '64 

Finding and using the aquatics resources in 
your own community. R. L. Brown. J 
Health Phys Ed Rec 34:43 My '63 

Folklore: a key to cultural understanding. J. 
F. Putnam. Ed Lead 21:364-8 Mr '64 

Four community agencies supporting audio- 
visual education programs in the Rochester, 
N.Y. area. J. Street, il Ed Screen Av G 
43:194-6 Ap '64 

Guide to some educational resources in the 
city of New York. New York (city) Board 
of education, bibliog N Y C Bd Ed Curric 
Bui 1962-63 no5:124p 

Local community, a general business labora- 
tory. R. H. Meyer. Bal Sheet 45:156-8-f- 
D '63 

Materials for instruction; instructional re- 
sources. H. Hoffman and A. Saraflan. Nat 
Council Social Studies Yrbk 32:219-34 "62 



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COMMUNITY resources — ^Educational aspects 
— Continued 

Operation A & A. R. Mentzer. Ohio Sch 41: 
21 My '63 

Outside Influence. R. C. Hanes. Ed Lead 20: 
512-15+ My '63 . . 

Practical data processing through initiative 
and community cooperation. E. Miller. Bal 
Sheet 45:388-90 My "04 

Saturday seminar; a route to excellence via 
a community-school project. A. F. Soutar. 
il N Y State Ed 51:20-2 Ja '64 

School-community cooperation for vocation- 
al guidance. G. Triezenberg and S. Katz. il 
Chicago Sch J 45:229-33 P '64 

Schools, industry, and new knowledge. R. 
L. Hunt, il Av Instr 9:162-5 Mr '64 

Surveys for civics. D. Floyd, il Tex Outl 
47:12-13 Ag '63 

Using a state directory of resource person- 
nel for adult and young farmer education 
in Texas, E. L. Tiner. 11 Ag Ed Mag 36: 
136-7 Ja '64 

Widening horizons. J. Wirtz. il Art Ed 17: 
19-22 F '64 
COMMUNITY service 

Better nutrition for senior citizens; Pasadena. 
A. Xedes and V. Cardinal. J Home Econ 56: 
188 Mr '64 

California's community renaissance. E. L. 
Harlacher. il Jun Col J 34:14-18 Ap '64 

Community co-operation as it relates to hous- 
ing E. Seversen. J Home Econ 56:105-7 F 
'64 

Community service in Britain. Times Ed Sup 
2522:343 S 20 '63 

Community service, Kansas style; working 
with handicapped children and visiting the 
aged, L. S. Kelley. il J Home Econ 55: 
780-1 D '63 

Conceptualized model for community services 
for the mentally retarded. I. P. Mooring 
and R. J. Currie. Excep Child 30:202-5 Ja 
'64 
See also 

Community and school 

Teaching 
Family living course alerts teens to our town. 
R. B. Baldrige. il Prac Forecast 9:42-3 F 
'64 
COMMUNITY study groups. See Study groups 
COMMUNITY surveys. See Community re- 
sources — Educational aspects; Social surveys 
COMMUNITY use of school buildings. See 

School buildings — Use 
COMMUNITY welfare work 

Child welfare worker in a program for mi- 
grants: Tri-county citizen's committee on 
migratory labor, Camden County. North 
Carolina. E. C. Crocker, il Children 10: 
87-92 My '63 
Low-income groups; research speaks. M. H. 

ParsorLS. J Home Econ 56:29-32 Ja '64 
Service, love, and the high-schooler. D. 
Pomeroy. il Int J Relig Ed 40:12-13+ O '63 
COMPARATIVE education. Sea Education. 

Comparative 
COMPARATIVE education society in Europe 
Comparative education society in Europe. B. 

Holmes. Int R Ed 8 nos3/4:418-19 '63 
Relevant data in comparative education. B. 
Holmes and S. Robinsohn. Int R Ed 9 no2: 
134-57 '63/64 

Meetings, 1963 
Introduction to the collection of papers pre- 
sented at the Amsterdam conference of the 
Comparative education society in Europe. 
J. A. Lauwerys. Int R Ed 9 no2:129-33 '63/64 
Present status of comparative education in 
Europe. D. Kallen. Comp Ed R 7:108-12 
O '63 
COMPARATIVE literature. See Literature. 

Comparative 
COMPARATIVE religion. See Religion. Compar- 
ative 
COMPARISONS, Paired. See Paired compari- 
sons 
COMPENSATION (psychology) 

Compensatory reaction to angularly displaced 
visual feedback in behavior. C. McDermid 
and K. U. Smith, bibliog il J Ap Psychol 
48:63-8 F '64 
COMPETITION 

Discussing and cussing testing. Am Sch Bd J 

146:18 Je '63 
I like circuses: if the rings take turns. E H. 

Hanson. Ed 84:318 Ja '64 
Lonely student. V. A. Rapport and B. M. 

Goldman. Ed Rec 44:223-7 Jl '63 
Motivation related to performance of phvs- 
ical fitness tests. C. H. Strong, bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phya Ed Rec Res Q 34:497- 
507 D '63 



Needs of pupils in relation to athletic com- 
petition at the junior high school level. C. 
R. Meyers and F. W. Ohnmacht. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34:521-4 D '63 
Nice try: compliment or ciu^se? E. Boykln. 

Athletic J 44:50+ Mr '64 
Problems of increased academic pressures. V. 
H. Cornehlsen. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselor.s J 26:38-40 Je '63 
School practices and certain principles of 
learning. T. L. Hawk, bibliog El Sch J 
64:36-41 O '63 
COMPETITIONS. See Contests 
COMPETITIVE athletics. Sea Athletics. Inter- 
scholastic: Athletics. Intramural 
COMPLEMENTARY-needs hypothesis. See 

Personal i ty — Research 
COMPLETION tests 
Forms of failure to respond and varieties 
of authoritarianism. M. Weitman. bibliog 
J Personal 32:109-18 Mr '64 
Incomplete stories as a technique for under- 
standing parent-adolescent interaction. R. 
Gingles and K. L. Cannon. J Home Econ 
56:309-11 My '64 
Professorial image. G. D. Demos and M. V. 
Belok. Voc Guid Q 12:46-9 Autumn '63 
COMPLEX numbers. See Numbers, Complex 
COMPOSERS 
Attitudes toward composers as reflected in 
three general encyclopedias of the early 
1960's. P. R. Farnsworth. J Res Mus 
Ed 11:142-3 Fall '63 
Conjposer and music for children. D. Kabalev- 

sky. Mus Educators J 50:49 F '64 
From the notebook of David Diamond. D. 

Diamond, il Mus J 22:24-5+ Ap '64 
Jet-propelled fossil; with list of compositions. 
P. Mclntyre. Mus J 21:21+ O '63 
COMPOSERS, American 

Composer and the American scene; with list 
of works. N. Dello Joio. il Mus J 22:30-2+ 
Mr '64 
See also 
Diamond, D. L. 
Ives. C. E. 
Parker. H. W. 
Sousa, J. P. 
Still. W. G. 
COMPOSERS, Austrian 
See also 
Mozart, J. C. W. A. 
COMPOSERS, Brazilian 
See also 
Villa-Lohos, H. 
COMPOSERS, French 
See also 
Debussy, C. 
COMPOSERS, German 
See also 
Bach. J. S. 
Bresgen, C. 
Handel. G. P. 
Hoffmann, E. T. A. 
Orff. C. 
Wag-ner. R. 
COMPOSERS, Hungarian 
See also 
Bart<3k. B. 
Kodaly. Z. 
COMPOSERS, Italian 
See also 
Scarlatti, D. 

COMPOSERS, Polish 
Seii also 
Chonin. P. P. 
COMPOSERS, Russian 
See also 
Shostakovich. D. D. 
COMPOSERS, Swiss-American 
See also 
Ganz. R. 

COMPOSITE photographs. See Montage 

COMPOSITION (music) 
Advice for song writers. B. Weisman. Mus J 

22:38 Ap '64 
Dodecaphony shatters creativity. D. Shostoko- 

vich and V. Vinogradov. Mus J 22:46-f- Mr 

'64 
Ideas for junior high school science; music 

from statistics. H. Ven Horst. Sci Teach 

30:59 N '63 
In response to Shostakovich. D- Tiomkin. 

Mus J 21:29 N '63 
Jet-propelled fossil; with list of compositions. 

P. Mclntyre. Mus J 21:21+ O '63 
Learning through composing. R. B. Thomas. 

Mus Educators J 50:106+ F '64 
New music for accordion: are commissions 

valid? M. Ellegaard. il Mus 22:28+ F '64 
Problems of teaching composition in our col- 
leges today. S. Adler. Am Mus Teach 13: 

18-19 N '63 
Quo vadis? R. Waahbum. Mus J 22:60+ Ja 

'64 



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COMPOSITION (music) — Continued 

Teacliing composition in general music 
classes. D. Mills. Ed Digest 29:52-3 S '63 

Tradition versus the new in music educa- 
tion. J. Penna. Mus Educators J 50:38-40-J- 
N '63 

Youth and new music. H. Stevens. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:49-51 S '63 
See also 

Improvisation (music) 

Melody 
COMPOSITION (rhetoric) See Rhetoric 
COMPOSITION. English. Sea English language 

— Composition 
COMPOUNDS, Aromatic. See Aromatic com- 
pounds 
COMPREHENSION (psychology) 

Does experience equal understanding? D. P. 
Butts. Sci Teach 3U:81-2 D '63 

Does note- taking interfere with listening 
comprehension? W. Pauk. J Develop Read 
6:276-8 Sum '63 
COMPREHENSION in reading 

Comprehension skills. O. S. Niles. Read 
Teach 17:2-7 S '63 

On scholarship: advice to high school stu- 
dents. W. Pauk. Read Teach 17:73-8 N '63 

Promoting independent reading by retarded 
readers. P. M. Zentgraf. Read Teach 17: 
lUU-1 N '63 

Sequential emphasis upon speed and com- 
prehension in a college reading improve- 
ment program. E. F. Rankin, jr. bibliog 
J Develop Read 7:46-54 Autumn '63 

Speed reading as a remedial technique for 
the doubly handicapped. S. A. Shafer. Am 
Teach Mag 48:11-12 D '63 

Tachistoscopic training in the fourth and 
fifth grades. R. L. Jones and E. Van Why. 
J Develop Read 6:177-85 Spr '63 

Word meaning difficulties. M. Wozencraft. El 
Engl 41:44-6 Ja '64 
See also 

Chinesu language — Comprehension 

Word perception 

Bibliography 

Resources for reading teachers; skill build- 
ing materials in reading: comprehension. 
Y. Seligson. J Ed 146:35-50 Ap '64 

Research 

Relation between sentence order and com- 
prehension. D. K. Darnell, bibliog f Speech 
Mon 30:97-100 Je '63 

Verbal comprehension and academic success 
in college. J. E Seegars, Jr. and H. A. Rose. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:295-6 N '63 

Vocabulary of factual reading materials. C. 
W. Smith, bibliog f Ed Forum 27:443-7 
My '63 
COMPREHENSION in reading tests. See Com- 
prehension tests 
COMPREHENSION tests 

Comprehension testing in quicker reading 
courses. M. Macmillan. Engl Lang Teach 
18:109-16 Ap '64 

Effect of two hstening programs on reading 
and listening. P. M. Hollingsworth. J Comm 
14:19-21 Mr '64 

FL.ES: a comparative study. Sister Marie 
Gabrielle and Sister Raymond de J6sus. 
Mod Lang J 48:72-6 F '64 

Measurement of listening comprehension in 
elementary-school Spanish instruction. M. 
Andrade and others, bibliog il El Sch J 
64:84-93 N '63 

Pre-service and in-service education of ele- 
mentary school teachers in arithmetic. W. 
H. Dutton and A. P. Cheney. Arith Teach 
11:192-8 Mr '64 
COMPREHENSIVE high schools. See High 

schools 
COMPTONS pictured encyclopedia 

Comp ton's pictured encyclopedia and fact- 
index, 1963 ed; review. Sister Mary Im- 
macula. Cath Sch J 63:54 N '63 
COMPULSORY education 

Compulsory education. K-14: not if but when. 
W. D. Southworth. Am Sch Bd J 147:12 Jl 
'63 

Compulsory high school attendance? opinions 
differ. D. E. Winchell; R. Meckley. il NEA J 
53:10-12 F '64 
See also 

School age 

Laws and legislation 

Comparative study of educational develop- 
ments in 1961-1962; free compulsory edu- 
caUon. Int Yrbk Ed 1962:sup39-40 



Minnesota 

Should we increase compulsory attendance 
age? R. L. Lien. Minn J Ed 44:18-19 F '64 

Sweden 
Attitudes of intending teachers to school 
reform in Sweden. S. Marklund. Year 
Book of Ed 1963:432-42 
COMPUTATION ability. See Mathematical 

ability 
COMPUTER processing. See Electronic data 

processing 
COMPUTER programming 

Beginning computer education. W. T. Price 
and R. A. Baxnett. il Jim Col J 34:19-23 

5 '63 

Electronic computer programs and accounting 
machine procedures; ed. by W. B. Michael. 
See issues of Educational and psychological 
measurement 

IPL-V program for concept attairmient. F. 
B. Baker, bibliog diag Ed & Psychol M 
24:119-27 Spr '64 

Profile analysis revisited: a heuristic ap- 
proach; with comment by A. Newell. B. 
Kleinmuntz. bibliog J Counsel Psychol 10: 
315-24 Wint '63 

Sorcerer's apprentice. P. R. Merrifleld. Ed 

6 Psychol M 24:115-17 Spr '64 

Use of computers in educational research; 

developments in computer usage. F. B. 

Baker. R Ed Res 33:56V D '63 
Use of computers in educational research; 

developments in programming languages. 

F. B. Baker. R Ed Res 33:573-4 D '63 
Use of computers in educational research; 

need for improvement in the selection and 

training of compuier programmers. F. B. 

Baker. R Ed Res 33:574-6 D '63 
Wherry-Doolittle test selection method in 

FORTRAN. N. Jaspen- Ed & Psychol M 

23:599-601 Autumn '63 

Correlation with other subjects 
Mathematics and computing in high school: 
a betrothal. A. Forsythe. il Math Teach 
57:2-7 Ja '64 

Prognosis of success 

Study of the validity of the Programmer 

aptitude test. T. C. Oliver and W. K. 

WilUs. Ed & Psychol M 23:823-5 Wint '63 

Teaching 

Challenges in data processing education. M. 
W. Wood. Bsns Ed Forum 18:9-11 F '64 

Computer programming for high school soph- 
omores. L. Whitacre. Math Teach 56:340- 
3 My '63 

Converting unskilled workers into computer 
programmers; first federal project at Iowa 
technical education center, Ottumwa. il J 
Bsns Ed 39:284-6 Ap '64 

High school computer programmer curricu- 
lum. M. W. Wood and R. G. Espegren. 
il J Bsns Ed 39:104-5 D '63 

High speed computer programming in the 
junior high school. R. Sweet, bibiiog Math 
Teach 56:535-7 N '63 

Junior high mathematics and the computer. 
E. Pierson. Math Teach 56:298-301 Mv '63 

Mathematics and computing in high school: 
a betrothal. A. Forsythe. il Math Teach 
57:2-7 Ja '64 

West Point AV story; the academic computer 
center. W. F. Luebbert, il Ed Screen Av G 
43:28-30 Ja '64 
COMPUTER service centers. See Data proc- 
essing service centers 
COMPUTERS 

Adaptive computer model. M. C. Johnson. 
diag J Ed Psychol 55:66-70 F '64 

Arithmetic via computer. H. M. Waltermire. 
il Instr 73:66 F '64 

Automation: a must unit for general busi- 
ness. G. A. Myran. bibliog Bsns Ed World 
43:6-9+ Je '63 

Computer conference. A. Hickling. il Ariz 
Teach 52:15+ N '63 

Cybernation and the secretary. R. J. Thomp- 
son, il J Bsns Ed 39:189-90 F '64 

Data processing, from pebbles to pulsation.s. 
M. Hillestad. Bsns Ed Forum 18:12-13+ F 
•64 

Data processing in its relation to purchasing. 
R. E. Larson. Assn Sch Bsns Oflicials U S 
and Canada Proc 48:439-41 '62 

Designing RAPID, an analogue computer. 
T. H. Slook. diag Math Teach 57:149-51 
Mr '64 

Electronic computer programs and accounting 
procedures; ed. by W. B. Michael. See 
issues of Educational and psychological 
measiu-ement 



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133 



COMPUTER S — Continued 
How can a binary computer simulate the 

grocess of reasoning? ii. P. Odescalchi. il 
ci Ed 47:472-4 D "63 

Personalization through computerization. R. 
F. Menke and L. Yehle. il J Col Placement 
24:42-34- O '63 

Scoring the S-R inventory of anxiousness on 
the IBM basic G50. N. S. Endler and oth- 
ers. Ed & Psychol M 24:143-6 Spr '64 

Universal mathematical literacy; a must for 
the future. R. B. Gaskell. il TIP 3:49-53 
Ap '64 

Use of computers in educational research; 
noncomputational uses of computers. F. B. 
Baker. R Ed Res 33:568-72 D '63 

What future is there for intelligent ma- 
chines? M. M. Flood, bibliog Av Comm R 
11:260-70 N '63 
See also 

Accounting — Computer aids 

Computer prograinming 

Electronic data processing 

Numerical control 

Educational use 
Auto- instruction and mushrooming classes. 

J. Mayer. Improving Col Univ Teach 11: 

80-1 Spi- '63 
Beginning computer education. W. T. Price 

and R. A. Barnett. il Jun Col J 34:19-23 

5 '63 

Computer services for schools; UPDATE (un- 
limited potential data through automation 
technology in education) Sch & Soc 91:274-1- 
O 5 '63 

Computers in the classroom. 11 Am Sch & 
Univ 36:33-5 O '63 

Decision for the principal: hand or computer 
scheduling? R. N. Bush. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 48:141-6 Ap '64 

Education research by computer. M. C. 
Johnson. Mich Ed J 41:12-1- Mr '64 

Effect of computers on graduate training 
in psychology. W. B. Michael. Ed & 
Psychol M 24:107-13 Spr "64 

Evaluation of a technique for scaling high 
school grades to improve prediction of col- 
lege success. B. F. Lindquist. Ed & Psy- 
chol M 23:623-46 Wint '63 

Implications of the computer for creativity. 
"W. S. Zimmerman. Ed & Psychol M 
24:103-6 Spr '64 

MMPI item characteristic deck. J. S. Wig- 
gins, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:137-41 
Spr '64 

Quicker exam results by computer. Times Ed 
Sup 2516:174 Ag 9 '63 

Role of the computer in future instructional 
system.s (TD^^ monograph no2) by D. D. 
Bushnell. National education association. 
Technological development project, bibliog 
il diags Av Comm R 11:1-70 Mr '63 

Scoring teacher-made tests with the IBM 
1620. C. Stafford and J. Bianchini. Ed 

6 Psychol M 23:581-6 Autumn '63 

Study school law with high-speed computer. 

W. C. Bruce. Am Sch Bd J 147:67 N '63 
Use of computers in educational research. 

P. B. Baker, bibliog R Ed Res 33:566-78 

D '63 
West Point AV story: the academic computer 

center. W. F. Luebbert. il Ed Screen Av G 

43:28-30 Ja '64 
.See also 
Data processing in education 

History 
More about difference engines. B. J. Haga. 

J Bsns Ed 39:120-1 D '63 
New historical data on difference engines 

in the United States. B. J. Haga. il J Bsns 

Ed 39:28-9 O '63 
Pictorial history of computers. B. J. Haga. 

il J Bsns Ed 39:72-3 N '63 

Bibliography 

Historical bibliography of works pertaining 
to calculating engines. J Bsns Ed 39:121, 
205 D '63. F '64 
CONANT. James Bryant 

City school principal looks at the latest 
Conant report; Slums and suburbs. S. Is- 
rael. Ed Forum 28:41-3 N '63 

Conant and the perilous profession; review of 
Education of American teachers. M. Greene. 
J Higher Ed 35:104-9 P '64 

Conant. Koemer. and the history of educa- 
tion. W. W. Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:135-9 
Mr 21 '64 

Conant on teacher education; review of Edu- 
cation of American teachers, by J. B. 
Conant. J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:76-7 O 
•63 



Conant on teacher education; review of Edu- 
cation of American teachers, by J. B. 
Conant. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 39:94-5 
D '63 

Conant on The education of teachers H S. 
Broudy. Ed Forum 28:199-210 Ja '64 

Conant on the philosophy of education; re- 
view of The education of American teach- 
ers. J. R. Burnett, bibliog f Ed Theory 14: 
24-30 Ja '64 

Conant report after five years; The American 
high school today. J. Abramowitz; W. H. 
Evans; R. S. Peterson. H Sch J 46:258-84 
My '6.'! 

Conant report on teacher education; review 
of The education of American teachers. 
O. Tead and H. N. Rivlin. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 12:57-60 Wint '64 

Conant's latest: naive, timid or the answer? 
review of Education of American teachers, 
by J. B. Conant. H. Hengst. Mich Ed J 
41:38-9 N '63 

Dr Conant on teacher education. A. C. Fries. 
Bal Sheet 45:195 Ja '64 

Dr Conant rides again; teacher training a 
scandal. Times Ed Sup 2523:388 S 27 '63 

Dr Conant scores teacher training. G. J. 
Steiner. Chicago Sch J 45:91-2 N '63 

Education of American teachers, by J. B. 
Conant; review. H. H. Abelson. Overseas 3: 
26 F '64 

Education of American teachers, by J. B. 
Conant; review. H. M. Davison. Pa Sch J 
112:225+ Ja '64 

How to improve the education of your teach- 
ers; review of Education of American 
teachers, by J. B. Conant. Sch Mgt 7:26-f- 
N '63 

Improving the preparation of teachers; one 
staff member's interpretation of the Conant 
report: Education of American teachers W. 
H. Cartwright. Ed Forum 28:187-97 Ja '64 

James B. Conant, educator. P. G. Altbach. 
Phi Delta Kappan 45:11-12 O '63 

James Bryant Conant's The education of 
American teachers; symposium. J Teach 
Ed 15:5-49 Mr '64; Excerpts, with comment 
by M. L. Borrowman. NBA J 53:49-53 
Ap '64 

Personal reaction to the Conant report on 
teacher education; review of Education of 
American teachers, by J. B. Conant. F. T. 
Wilhelms. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47; 
79-86 O '63 

Progress in professional education; state and 
national regional TEPS meetings evaluate 
the Conant report; The education of Ameri- 
can teachers. M. J. Walters N Y State Bd 
51:17 F '64 

Proposals for radical reform; Conant reports 
on teacher education. J. D. Koerner. Phi 
Delta Kappan 45:7-10 O '63 

Reactions of a group of school administra- 
tors to Conant's recommendations for edu- 
cation in the .iunior high school vears. O. 
Hughes and D. C. Manlove. bibliog In- 
diana Univ Sch Ed Bui 39:1-64 N '63 

Redirecting the responsibility; review of Ed- 
ucation of American teachers, by J. B. 
Conant. R. F. Carbone. por Mont Ed 40; 
18-24 N '63 

Second chance; review of The education of 
American teacher.=!. D. M. Goode. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:3 Wint '64 

What do you think of the Conant report? 
R. A. Edelfelt. J Teach Ed 14:359-61 D '63 

What it will take to get Conant's list 
adopted; review of Education of American 
teachers, by J. B. Conant. J. M. Spin- 
ning. Nations Sch 72:104- D '63 

What's happening in education? Conant's 
new book. The education of American 
teachers. W. D. Boutwell. PTA Mag 58:14- 
15 N '63 
CONCENTRATION. See Attention 
CONCEPTS and conception (psychology) 

Authoritarianism and conceptual functioning 
in varied conditions. O. J. Harvey, bibliog 
J Personal 31:462-70 D '63 

Changes in semantic compatibility during the 
production of a play. P. H. Tannenbaum 
and others, bibliog f Speech Mon 30:340-4 
N '63 

Conceptual analysis of instructional behavior. 
B. O. Smith. J Teach Ed 14:294-8 S '63 

Creativity re.'^'des in mental concept. J. M. 
Rhodes, bibliog Bd Forum 27:477-81 My '63 

Exneriencing and the nature of concepts 
E- T (5endlin. bibliog Christian Scholar 46: 
245-55 Pall '63 

Language inten.sity, social introversion, and 
attitude change. J. W. Bowers, bibliog f 
Speech Mon 30:345-52 N '63 



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CONCEPTS ana conception (psychology)— Cont. 
Logical model for conceptualizing and other 
related activities. K. B. Henderson. Ed 
Theory 13:277-84 O '63 . . c. «• -c i . 
Thoughts in regard to revision S.H.Engle, 
reply. A. Griffin. Social Ed 27:294-7 O ;63 
Words versus concepts. R. S. Sutton. Ed 
83:537-40 My '63 
See also 
Body image concept 
Ohildrens conceptions 
Comprehension (psychology) 
Generalization (psychology) 
Number concept 
Science concepts _ 

Research 
Use of concepts in teaching and learning. 
A D Woodruff, bibliog diags J Teach Ed 
. 15:81-99 Mr '64 
CONCEPTUAL learning. See Learning, Psy- 
chology of — Conceptual learning 
CONCERT artists. See Violinists 

CONCERTS 
Better concert programs. J. B. Morgan. 

Sch Musician 35:54-5 Mr .'64 . 

Concert talk. H. Ward. See issues of Music 

journal September 1963- 

High school music department and the com- 
munity. H. Gluck. H Points 45:61-3 N 63 
Indictment of the fourth B. A. Copland, il 

Mus J 22:294- Mr '64 
Motivation plus! B. Masoner. il Sch Musician 

34:56-9 My '63 
Musical life in late eighteenth century Rich- 
mond, A. L. Stoutamire. bibliog f J Res 
Mus Ed 11:99-109 Fall '63 
Three-city s^onphony; Hudson Valley phil- 
harmonic orchestra. J. Winn, il Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:114-15 Ja '64 
University exchange concerts. C. Polin. 
Mus J 22:28+ Ap '64 
CONCERTS for children. See Music for chil- 
dren 
CONCHOLOGY. See Shells (conchology) 
CONCOMITANT learning. See Learning, Psy- 
chology of — Incidental learning 
CONCORD, Massachusetts 

Concord-Carlislo high school 
Instructional technology: Concord- Carlisle 
high school. E. Hoogheem. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 47:105-7 My '63 
CONCRETISM (psychology) 

LeveLs of questioning. R. L. Carner. Ed 83: 
546-50 My 'G3 
CONDENSATION, Chemical 

Simple condensation isotherm for a hard 
sphere gas. F. Vaslow. bibliog J Chem Ed 
40:485-6 S '63 
CONDITIONED responses 

Conditioned response in embryo chicks. J. 
G Navarra and R. R. Dugan. il Am Biol 
Teach 26:266-9 Ap '64 
Effects of work-requirements in two types of 
delay of gratification situations. R.Metzner. 
bibliog Child Develop 34:809-16 S '63 
Avoidance reactions 
Relationships between carbon chain length 
and avoidance responses in rats. F. J. 
Blaisdell. J Ap Psychol 47:284-8 Ag "63 

Emotional responses 
Emotionality as a function of delay of re- 
ward. G. Terrell and R. Ware, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:495-501 Je '63 

Extinction 

Effects of magnitude of reward and per- 
centage of reinforcement on a lever move- 
ment response. J. L. Bruning. bibnog 
Child Develop 35:281-5 Mr '64 

Effects of schedules of primary and sec- 
ondary reinforcement on extinction be- 
havior. J. L. Myers and N. A. Myers, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:1057-63 D '63 

Studies of reinforcement of aggression: effects 
of scheduling. P. A. Cowan and R. H. 
Walters, bibliog Child Develop 34:543-51 S 
•63 

Generalization 

Patterns of imitative behavior in young 
children. W. W. Hartup. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:183-91 Mr '64 

Reinforcement 
Cue properties of words: the control of 
operant responding by rate and content 
of verbal operants. O. I. Lovaas. Child 
Develop 35:245-56 Mr '64 



Effect of instructions, penalty, and age on 
probability learning. G. E. Gnien and 
M. W. Weir, bibliog Child Develop 35:265-73 
Mr '64 . . , 

Effect of patterned partial reinforcement on 
children's performance in a two-choice 
task. M. W. Weir. Child Develop 35:257-64 
Mr '64 ^ ^ 

Effects of instructions and initial reinforce- 
ment on flxed-interval behavior in re- 
tardates. M. W. Headrick. bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 68:425-32 N '63 

Effects of magnitude of reward and per- 
centage of reinforcement on a lever move- 
ment response. J. L. Bruning. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:281-5 Mr '64 

Effects of schedules of primary and secondary 
reinforcement on extinction behavior. J. L. 
Myero and N. A. Myers, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:1057-63 D '63 

Five-choice discrimination learning by chil- 
dren under simultaneous incentive con- 
ditions. S. L. Witryol and others, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:233-43 Mr '64 

Implicit reinforcement of responses. L. 
Sechrest. bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:197-201 

Improving the education of culturally de- 
prived children; applying learning theory 
to classroom instruction. S. Bloom. Chi- 
cago Sch J 45:126-31 D '63 

Learning under conditions of direct and 
vicarious reinforcement. R. K. Van Wag- 
enen and R. M. W. Travers. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 54:356-62 D '63 

Operant conditioning in mental deficiency. 
M. w. Headrick. bibliog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 67:924-9 My '63 , . , 

Programmed instruction and the teaching of 
complex intellectual skills; problems and 
prospects. L. B. Resnick. bibliog Harvard 
Ed R 33:439-71 Fall '63; Discussion. 34:80-8 
Wint '64 

Prompting and feedback in the learnmg, re- 
tention, and tranfer of concepts. M. C. 
Wittrock and P. A. Twelker. bibliog Brit J 
Ed Psychol 34:10-18 F '64 

Reinforcer system and experimental pro- 
cedure for the laboratory study of read- 
ing acquisition. A. W. Staats and others, 
bibliog il Child Develop 35:209-31 Mr '64 

Reinstatement of verbal behavior in a psy- 
chotic by reinforcement methods. J. A. 
Sherman. J Speech & Hearing Dis 28:398- 
401 N '63 

Some psychological principles underlying pro- 
grammed learning. E. A. Peel. Ed Res 5: 
183-6 Je '63 

Studies of reinforcement of aggression: ef- 
fects of emotionally-arousing antecedent 
conditions. H. Hops and R. H. Walters, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:553-62 S '63 

Studies of reinforcement of aggression: ef- 
fects of scheduling. P. A. Cowan and R. H. 
AValters. bibliog Child Develop 34:543-51 S 
•63 

Studies of reinforcement of aggression: trans- 
fer of responses to an interpersonal situa- 
tion. R. H. Walters and M. Brown, bibliog 
Child Develop 34:563-71 S '63 

Teaching reading to an autistic boy through 
operant conditioning. F. M. Hewett. Read 
Teach 17:613-18 My '64 

Toilet training the severely defective patient: 
an S-R reinforcement analysis. N. R. Ellis. 
Am J Men Deficiency 68:98-103 Jl '63 

Verbal conditioning and counseling research; 
with comment bv G. A. Pierson. S. R. 
Strong, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:660-9 
Mr '64 

Verbal responses 

Cue properties of words: the control of 

operant responding by rate and content 

of verbal operants. O. I. Lovaas. Child 

Develop 35:245-56 Mr '64 
Development of classiflcatory behavior. E. 

Rossi, bibliog Child Develop 35:137-42 Mr 

•64 
Expression of concepts through writing and 

drawing and effects of shifting medium. N. 

E. ^Vilder and D. R. Green, bibliog J Ed 

Psychol 54:202-7 Ag '63 
Verbal conditioning and counseling research; 

with comment by G. A. Pierson. S. R. 

Strong, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:660- 

9 Mr '64 
Verbal mediation In normal and retarded 

children. M. Rieber. Am J Men Deficiency 

68:634-41 Mr '64 
CONDUCT. See Behavior 
CONDUCT of life 
Fine art of living. C. S. Winters. PTA Mag 

58:11-12 O '63 
Keynote address. T. J. Shipp. Assn Sch Bsns 

OfHclals U S and Canada Proc 48:68-77 '62 



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CONDUCT of ufe — Continued 

Over- or self-orsanized? P. Schulz. Int J 
Relig Ed 39:10-11 Jl '63 
See also 
Character 
Conscience 

New Years resolutions 
Unselfishness 
CONDUCTING 
Magic of conducting. J. Serebrier. 11 Mus J 

21:40-1- D -eS: 22:60-f- Mr '64 
Visit with Stokowski. D. \V. Abel. H Points 
45:70-2 Je '63; Same. Mus Educators J 50: 
121 S '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:52-3 D 
•63 
•See also 
Batons 

Conductors (music) 
CONDUCTIVITY, Electric. See Electric con- 
ductivity 
CONDUCTORS (music) 
Are conductors necessary? E. Ormandy. 

Mus J 21:194- Mv '6:^ 
Bandmaster and discipline. R. O'Brien, 11 

Sch Musician 35:66-7 Mr '64 
Industry in music. R. Bosse. Sch Musician 

35:24-5 Ja '64 
What is a conductor? A. Dorati. il Mus J 21: 

28-9-1- S '63 
What is your public image? F. Schlosser. 
Sch Musician 34:41-2 P '63 
See also 
Howard, G. S. 
Stokowski. Li. 
CONFEDERATION for the advancement of 
state education. See Associations, Educa- 
tional-^reat Britain 
CONFERENCE for national cooperation In 
aquatics 
Message from CNCA. E. B. Hoisington. 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 34:34 My '63 
Water games add to confidence, control and 
competence. B. B. Empleton. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:37 My '63 
CONFERENCE method. Sea Conference plan 
CONFERENCE of appointments board secre- 
taries. See Conferences and conventions. 
Educational — Great Britain 
CONFERENCE of educational associations 
Conference of educational associations. Times 
Ed Sup 2538:48 Ja 10 '64 
CONFERENCE of executives of American 
schools for the deaf 
Program; Riverside. Calif, April 12-17, 1964. 
Am Ann Deaf 109:236-9 Mr '64 
CONFERENCE on a national policy for ETV 
channel assignments 
Action urged now to save spectrum space 
for education. H. E. Wigren. Av Instr 9: 
123-4 F '64 
National jukebox or educational resource. 

H. Skornia. Av Instr 9:223-8 Ap '64 
Recommendations of the Conference on a na- 
tional policy for ETV channel assignments. 
Adult Lead 12:248-9 F '64 
CONFERENCE on college grading systems 
College grading systems; symposium. J High- 
er Ed 35:89-103 F '64 
Grades: their dominion is challenged. H. M. 
Teaf, jr. J Higher Ed 35:87-8 F '64 
CONFERENCE on education for New Yorkers 
of Puerto Rican background 
Problems in improving educational oppor- 
tunitie.s for Puerto Rlcans in New York. 
J. O. Loretan. H Points 45:23-31 My '63 
CONFERENCE on international education 
National development and international edu- 
cation. P. G. Purcell. Sch & Soc 92:209-10 
My 2 '64 
National development through international 
education; IIE's fifth Conference on inter- 
national education. B. Taper. 11 Overseas 
3:2-20 My '64 
CONFERENCE on reading. University of 
Chicago 
Annual reading conference: program. H. M. 

Robinson. El Sch J 63:424-6 Mv '63 
Reading and the language arts; proceedings 
of the annual Conference on reading held 
at the University of Chicago, 1963; comp. 
and ed. by H. A. Robinson. (V25: Supple- 
mentary ed. monographs no93) 252p bibliog 
$4.50 '63 Univ. of Chicago press 
CONFERENCE plan 

Conference method: its birth and growth. 
H. L. Marlow. bibliog Adult Lead 12:8-10-1- 
My '63 
Experiment with the theme conference In 
the high school. J. J. Lynch. J Sec Ed 
38:22-6 O '63 
Student teacher conference: a must! H. E. 
Telfer and W. R, Sleeper. Peabody J Ed 
41:169-72 N '63 



CONFERENCES, Parent-teacher. See Parent- 
teacher conferences 

CONFERENCES, Personal. See Interviews 
CONFERENCES and conventions 

Are conference materials used? S. S. Cooper. 

Adult Lead 12:2(1 Mv '63 
Facts and myths about rural youth; National 

conference on problems of rural youth in a 

changmg environment. K. Close. Children 

10:233-6 N '63 
Group of 100 attends fifth annual recruiters 

conference at Lehigh. R. Rawls. J Col 

Placement 24:94+ O '63 
How to sleep nights while planning a regional 

placement conference. F. S. Endicott and 

G. J Yoxall. 11 J Col Placement 24:42-34- 

b 64 
Inside conventions! A. Sutherland. Adult Lead 

12 !( My '63 
Participant functions. A. W. Storey. Adult 

Lead 12:2994- Ap '64 
Should delegates be instructed? B. A. Whit- 
ney. Adult Lead 12:79 S '63 
See also 
National conference on leadership for leisure 
CONFERENCES and conventions, Educational 
Ad astra per conventions. W. D. Cocking. Am 

Sch & Univ 36:69 F '64 
Coming conventions. See issues of Catholic 

school .lournal 
Corning conventions. See issues of Indus- 

trial arts and vocational education 
Coming events. See issues of Nation's schools 
Conference on programs for the gifted. 
^Higher Ed 19:15 Ap '63 
^*^I®??",^P , on talent development. Higher 

Ed 19:14 My '63 
Conference proceedings; search and research. 

■P-; Tpwnsend. bibliog Read Teach 16:463- 

54- My '63 
Conference^ reports on the future of adult and 

young farmer education; Southwestern 

young and adult farmer and rancher educa- 

Vo°,"-c?9?fe^ence. A. Bjergo. Ag Ed M&e 36: 

Conferences See issues of International re- 

view of education 
C9?7<5"t;n;n calendar. Bsns Ed World 44:9 O 

bo; 2 F 64 
Convention calendar: fall and winter, 1963. 

Bal Sheet 45:74-6 O '63 

1 oY?"U°'? cS^^^^^?^^.. spring and summer, 

1964. Bal Sheet 45:266-7 F '64 
Council calendar. See issues of Journal of 

college placement 
Executive calendar. See issues of American 

school and university (cont of) Educational 

executives overview 
Pield trips to professional meetings for 

New model.; in American education; displayed 
at joint NEA-Magazine publishers associa- 
tion conference. 11 N Y State Ed 51:23 F '64 

Ninth OkO;boji: a process of study and dis- 
covery. C. P. Ramsey, il Av Instr 9:126-7 

i:* 64 

Planning conferences and workshops; sym- 
posium, il Av Instr 8:464-73 S '63 

Schoolmen's week in retrospect. H. Huus: 
Proc 50ai-f9^''62'^^ '"^"^'^ Schoolraens Week 

SumiTier^conferences 1963. Read Teach 16: 

See also 
Conference on college grading systems 
Conference on reading. University of Chi- 

National conference of city and countv direc- 
^^^f^of-'""^ supervisors of health, physical 
education, and recreation .y^^^o.! 

btudent conferences 

Africa 
^^Jin^*^ .women and education: the Dakar 
noifsi^s'^es '^ -^ ^"^""^^ ^°"*'^ ^^15 

Arizona 
^^i^li+^^j^^-if^^- *^- ^- Hindman. Ariz Teach 
Brazil 

^37td'Sttr^4V^'|?^"°"- '"* ^"'- ^^ 2"^ 

Great Britain 

Commonwealth congress. K. Urwin Times 
Ed Sup 2512:47 JI 12 '63 '^'"''n. ximes 

■■^U^ear, conferences. Times Ed Sup 2537:12- 



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CONFERENCES and conventions, Educational 

—Great Britain — Conthmed 
To England, my cup of tea. F. T. Mitchell. 

J Col Placement 24:40-1+ Ap '64 
See also . . 

Conference of educational associations 

Illinois 
New effort in adult education in southern 
Illinois. F. H. Sehnert. Adult Lead 12:28S- 
90+ Ap '64 ^ ^ ^. 
Kentucky 
Developing professional profile; fourteenth 
annual leadership conference, Morehead 
state college, August 4-7, 1963. il Ky Sch J 
42:20-2+ S '63 

Massachusetts 
Broad goals of the school mathematics cur- 
riculum; Cambridge conference on school 
mathematics. Ed Digest 29:28-31 My 64 
Cambridge conference on school mathema- 
tics; June 18- July 12, 1963. Arith Teach 11: 
207-10 Mr '64 

Minnesota 

Non-organization: the Minnesota conference 
for English majors. G. T. Alexis. Col Engl 
25:152-3 N '63 , , . ^u ht. 

University looks to the future; the Min- 
nesota conference on higher education. 
R. H. Beck and R. C. McCltu-e. J Higher 
Ed 34:496-502 D '63 

New York (state) 

Partners in the profession. M. J. Walters, 
il N Y State Ed 50:8-9 Je '63 

North Carolina 
Advanced placement in history conference, 
s: J. Ellison. H Points 45:66-9 D '63 

Russia 
All -Russian conference on teaching methods. 

G. Vorob'ev. Soviet Ed 5:33-7 My '63 . 
Conference on didactics. Z. Romanovskaia. 

Soviet Ed 6:54-9 Ja '64 
Conference on the content of the school 

physics course. Soviet Ed 6:49-52 Mr 64 
Decisions of the June plenary meeting of the 

CPSU central committee and the tasks of 

public education bodies. E. I. Afanasenko. 

Soviet Ed 6:3-13 Mr '64 

Virginia 

Reluctant reader; 11th instructional confer- 
ence, il Va J Ed 56:16-18 My '63 
CONFERENCES and conventions, International 

Conference on audio -visual aids in education 
at UNESCO; Paris. Nov. 11-15, 1963. Sch 
& Soc 92:34 Ja 25 '64 ^, , ^, , , ., 

Conferences do work! H. J. Cleveland, il 
Overseas 3:16-19 S '63 ^ , , . 

International scene. See issues of Journal ot 
health, physical education, recreation April 
1964- 

Moscow symposiimi on higher education, 1962. 
H. C. Rudman. Comp Ed R 7:315-23 F '64 

New avenues of international cooperation in 
audiovisual language teaching. B. W . 
Bauer, bibliog Av Comm R 11:200-6 S '63 

PTA concerns are world concerns. J. Moor- 
head, il PTA Mag 58:26-8 Ja '64 

Role of American biologists in international 
scientific meetings and projects. R. W. 
Dexter. Am Biol Teach 26:46-50 Ja '64 

Third national conference on world health. 
D. L. Bovee. J Home Econ 56:14-17 Ja '64 
See also 

Conference on international education 

International conference on health and health 
education 

International congress on home economics 

International congress on the education of 
the deaf 
CONFERENCES and conventions, Religious 
See also 

National conference on religion and race 
CONFIDENTIAL communications 

Problems of confidentiality in university and 
college counseling centers. A. A. Schneiders; 
P. D. Vance; R. E. Warman. Personnel & 
Guid J 42:252-9 N '63 
CONFIGURATION (chemistry) See Stereo- 
chemistry 
CONFIRMATION 

Proper age for a declaration of faith; sym- 
posium, bibliog f Relig Ed 58:411-42 S '63 
CONFLICT (psychology) 

Achievement in conflict. E. E. Sampson, 
bibliog J Personal 31:510-16 D '63 

Baurriera to change in educational organiza- 
tions. D. J. Willower. bibliog f TIP 2:257- 
63 D '63 



Research 
Preference for conflict: some paradoxical 
reinforcement effects. L. Worell. J Personal 

32:32-44 Mr '64 
Role-conflict in adolescence. F. Musgrove. 

bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:34-42 F '64 
CONFLICT, Social. See Social conflict 
CONFLICT in literature 

Miguel Delibes, £/ ca7nino : a way of life. 

E. A. Johnson, jr. bibliog Hispania 46:748- 

52 D '63 
CONFORMATIONAL analysis. See Molecules — 

Rotation 
CONFORMITY 
Attraction to the group and conformity to 

group norms. C. A. Kiesler. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 31:559-69 D '63 
Cost of conformity; with study- discussion 

program by E. M. Duvall. R. Squires. PTA 

Mag 58:4-6. 36 Mr '64 
Is creativity within the academic community 

compatible with operational efficiency? 

K. I. Gezi; G. T. Nygreen. J Higher Ed 

35:224-6 Ap '64 
Politics, patriotism, and the teacher. D. 

Spitz. Nat El Prin 43:17-22 Ja '64 
Prejudice: is it societal or personal? G. W. 

Allport. bibliog f Relig Ed 59:20-9 Ja '64 
Prospects of the individual. H. J. Muller. 

Teach Col Rec 65:324-34 Ja '64 
Yielding reason to social pressure: task 

complexity and expectation in conformity. 

P. London and H. Lim. bibliog J Personal 

32:75-89 Mr '64 

Research 
Conformity as a function of the ability to ex- 
press hostility. L. Breger. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 31:247-57 Je '63 
Experimental variables affecting the con- 
formity behavior of children. I. Iscoe and 
M. S. Williams, bibliog J Personal 31:234-46 
Je '63 
Modification of children's judgments by a 
simulated group technique: a normative 
developmental study. I. Iscoe and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 34:963-78 D '63 
Sex of sibling, birth order position, and 
female dispositions to conform in two-cliild 
families. R. Schmuck. bibliog Child Develop 
34:913-18 D '63 
Some conditions affecting the evaluation of 
a conformist. E. E. Jones and others. J Per- 
sonal 31:270-88 Je '63 
CONFUCIANISM 
Jesuits in Peking and Confucianism in 
Europe; a study in social change and cul- 
tural borrowing. J. J. Lee. bibliog Social 
Studies 54:261-4 D '63 
CONFUCIUS, 551?-478 B.C. 
Classical Chinese teacher. T. Richardson. 

Year Book of 1963:26-40 
Who cares about Confucius? C, M. Foust. 
bibliog Social Studies 55:17-24 Ja '64 
CONGENITAL malformations. See Deformities 
CONGO (Brazzaville) 
.Sea also 
Education — Congo (Brazzaville) 
CONGO (Leopoldville) 
See also 
Education — Congo (Leopoldville) 
Teachers — Congo (Leopoldville) 
CONGOLESE students 
Teaching foreign students, in French. E. M, 
Sinauer. il Overseas 3:12-15 D '63 
CONGREGATIONAL Christian churches. See 

United church of Christ 
CONGRESS of racial equality 

Negro protest movements and organizations. 
A. Meier, bibliog f J Negro Ed 32:437-50 
Fall '63 
Race relations on the campus. R. E. Lam- 
bert. Relig Ed 59:114-16 Ja '64 
CONGRESSES, Educational. See Conferences 

and conventions. Educational 
CONGRESSIONAL investigations. See Govern- 
ment investigations 
CONGRESSIONAL polls. See Public opinion 

polls 
CONGRESSMEN 

Teacher's view inside Congress. D. B. Flem- 
ing, jr. il NEA J 53:69-72 Ja '64 
CONIC sections 

Conic sections and their constructions. M. A. 
Burbach. diags Math Teach 56:443-6 O '63 
Johan de Witt's kinematical constructions 
of the conies. J. B. Easton. diags Math 
Teach 56:632-5 D '63 
CONJUNCTIONS (grammar) 
See also 
English language — Conjunctions 
Spanish language — Conjunctions 



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CONKLING, Mildred „„ „ „ 

Teacher from Nebraska, il pors Instr 73:8-9 

S '63 

CONN music center, Elkliart, Indiana. See Mu- 
seums — Indiana 

CONNECTICUT 

See also 

Research, Educational — Connecticut 

Teachers associations — Connecticut 
CONNECTICUT. Danbury state college 

Nature of man sequence at Danbury state 
college. Li. E. Edwards and L. Jacobus. 
Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official 
Report 1963:312-20 
CONNECTICUT education association 

State associations work closely with locals. 
W. J. Sheehan. NEA J 53:20-1 F '64 
CONNER, Forrest Edward 

Anderson award, por J Health Phys Ed Rec 
34:53 Je '63 

Views as new A.A.S.A. executive secretary, 
pors Nations Sch 72:49-504- N '63 
CONRAD, Joseph 

Lord Jim, classical rhetoric, and the fresh- 
man dilemma. R. L. Eschbacher. Col Engl 
25:22-5 O '63 
CONSCIENCE 

Conscience and character: with study-dis- 
cussion program by R. Strang. G. Langdon 
and I. W. Stout, bibliog il PTA Mag 58:4- 
6. 35 F '64 

Conscience and competence: Christian values 
in the student personnel program. L. J. 
Averill. J Gen Ed 15:276-83 Ja '64 

Moral development and identification. L. 
Kohlberg. bibliog Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 
62 pt 1:277-332 '63 

Resistance to temptation and sex differences 
in children's use of fantasy confession. 
F. G. Rebelsky and others, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:955-62 D '63 

Values: guilt, suffering, and consequences. 
J. Henry. Sch R 71:442-53 Wint '63 
See also 

Guilt 
CONSERVATION of books. See Books—Con- 
servation and restoration 
CONSERVATION of resources 

Prodigality: influence for conservation edu- 
cation. P. Knight. Mich Ed J 41:26-7 Ap '64 

This conservation! D. McKinley. Sch Sci & 
Math 63:727-32 D '63 

Thoughts on the quiet crisis. S. L. Udall. il 
PTA Mag 58:20-2 My '64 
See also 

Soil conservation 

Water conservation 

Wild life conservation 

Aims and objectives 
One step further, affecting and reflecting. 
B. B. Strasser. il Childh Ed 40:409-15 Ap 
'64 

History 

Centuries of conservation leadership. P. 
Knight. Childh Ed 40:393-6 Ap '64 

Projects 
Values result in action. H. Heffernan and 
E. B. Hone, il Childh Ed 40:400-8 Ap '64 

Teacher education 
Teaching Michigan conservation. R. D. Bur- 
roughs, il Mich Ed J 41:24-7 Ap '64 

Teaching 

Elementary schools 
Values, action, reflections In conservation 
education; symposium, il Childh Ed 40:397- 
415 Ap '64 

Michigan 
Teaching Michigan conservation. R. D. Bur- 
roughs, il Mich Ed J 41:24-7 Ap '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Conservation fun. J. Davidson. Sch Activities 
35:228-9 Ap '64 

Great Britain 
Rocks and stones and trees. Times Ed Sup 

2501:874 Ap 26 '63 
CONSERVATISIVI 

Closed minds in an open society. T. H. Lan- 

tos. Nat Ed Assn Proc 101:55-73 '63 
Conservatism; the agony of contradiction. 

E. J. Shoben, jr. Teach Col Rec 65:520-3 

Mr '64 
Notes toward an empirical definition of con- 
servatism. W. P. Buckley, jr. Teach Col 

Rec 65:24-34 O '63 
CONSERVATIVE party (Great Britain) 
Conservative conference: Blackpool. Times 

Ed Sup 2525:495 O 11 '63 



CONSISTENCY 

Consistency of counselor feeling-verbalization. 
S. G. Ellsworth, bibliog J Counsel Psy- 
chol 10:356-61 Wint '63 

Individual consistencies in categorizing: a 
study of judgmental behavior. H. Tajfel 
and others, bibliog J Personal 32:90-108 
Mr '64 

Logical consistency, values, and authori- 
tarianism in a sample of public school 
superintendents. G. L. Newsome, jr. and 
H. W. Gentry, bibliog f J Teach Ed 14: 
411-16 D '63 

Parental model attributes, nurturant rein- 
forcement, and consistency of behavior in 
adolescents. A. B. Heilbrun, jr. bibliog 
Child Develop 35:151-67 Mr '64 
CONSOLIDATED schools 

Sociological factors which resist school con- 
solidations. G. R. Anrig. bibliog f Clearing 
House 38:161-4 N '63 

Pennsylvania 
Investigate; then consolidate. L. O. Garber. 
Nations Sch 72:64 N '63 
CONSTANCY of intelligence quotient. See In- 
tel ligenco quotient — Constancy 
CONSTANTS, Chemical. See Chemical con- 
stants 
CONSTELLATIONS 

Overhead projection constellations. J. E. Mor- 
lan. il Sci Teach 31:64 Mr '64 
CONSTITUTION (physiology) 
Physiques of gifted children and their less 
gifted siblings. F. Laycock and J. S. Caylor. 
bibliog Child Develop 35:63-74 Mr '64 

Types 

Anthropometric measurements, somatotype 
ratings, and certain motor fitness tests of 
physical education majors in South Africa. 
M. Hebbelinck and J. W. Postma. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 34: 
327-34 O '63 
Pleights and weights of mentally retarded 
children. W. J. Culley and others, bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 68:203-10 S '63 
CONSTITUTIONAL amendments. See United 

States — Constitution — Amendments 
CONSTITUTIONAL law 
.See also 
Civil rights 
Due process of law 
CONSTITUTIONS 
Local associations need up-to-date constitu- 
tions. T. F. Davis. NEA J 53:32 F '64 
CONSTRUCTED language. See Esperanto 
CONSTRUCTION of school buildings. See 

School buildings — Construction 
CONSULTANT service in education. See Edu- 
cational consultants 
CONSULTANTS 
Library building consultant. K. D. Metcalf. 

ALA Bui 57:1043-7 D '63 
Non- medical consultant in a medical spe- 
ciality. J. L. Rudd and R. J. Margolin. 
Adult Lead 12:197-8-1- Ja '64 
You need a school-building consultant! W. 
Fox. Am Sch Bd J 148:52 Ja '64 
See also 
Educational consultants 
CONSUMER durable goods. See Durable goods. 

Consumer 
CONSUMER education 

Consumer health education. S. L. Smith. 

NBA J 53:62-3 Mr '64 
Consumer-labor interests in food and agri- 
cultural trade. E. Poyner. J Home Econ 
56:251-2 Ap '64 
Public understanding of consumer credit. 
H. T. Spitze. il Am Voc J 38:16-17 D '63 
Responsibilities of the home economist to 
the industrial community. R. R. Reuter. 
Adult Lead 12:256-8-1- Mr '64 
Sea also 
Money management 

Aims and objectives 

Desired outcomes in the development of per- 
sonal economics; consumer understandings, 
knowledges, skills, and attitudes. G. Bahr. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:148-69 '63 

Curriculum 

Desired outcomes in the development of per- 
sonal economics; consumer understandings, 
knowledges, skills, and attitudes. G. Bahr. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:148-69 '63 

Subject matter 
TANSTAFL, how much do free goods and 
services cost? M. R. Guthrie. Bsns Ed 
Forum 18:27 Ap '64 



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CONSUMER education — Contimied 
Great Britain 

Tomorrow's consumers. M. Johnson, il Times 
Ed Sup 2498:706 Ap 5 "03 
CONSUMER protection. See Consumers 
CONSUMER surveys 

Housewives' opinions of and experiences 
with easy care, wash-wear clothing. D. C. 
Hull. J Home Econ 55:773-6 D '63 

Two cultures view Okinawan handicraft prod- 
ucts. M. Higa and C. K. Snyder, bibliog 
il J Home Econ 55:613-16 O '63 . 

Why teach baking techniques and principles? 
F. T. Hall and M. M. Nielsen. J Home 
Econ 56:332-4 My '64 
CONSUMERS , ^, , 

Business speaks to the consumer through 
home economists. J Home Econ 5o:42U-2 Je 

Nutritional trends and the consumer's food. 
R. M. Leverton. J Home Econ 56:317-20 
My '64 
Responsibilities of the home econornist to 
the industrial community. R. R. Reuter. 
Adult Lead 12:256-8+ Mr '64 
CONSUMERS cooperation. See Cooperative as- 
sociations 
CONSUMERS preferences . , , 

Self-percept and consumer attitudes toward 
small cars. B. Jacobson and J. Kossoff. 
J Ap Psychol 47:242-5 Ag '63 ^. 
Two cultures view Okinawan handicraft prod- 
ucts. M. Higa and C. K. Snyder, bibliog il 
J Home Econ 55:613-16 O '63 
CONSUMERS union of United States 
Drive for tlie teen-age market; excerpts from 
The Consumers union report on smoking 
and the public interest. PTA Mag 58:23-4 O 
'63 
CONSUMPTION of food. See Food consumption 
CONTAGIOUS diseases. See Communicable 

diseases 
CONTEMPORARY art. See Modernism (art) 
CONTEMPORARY literature. See I^iterature, 

Modern 
CONTEMPORARY music. See Music 
CONTEMPORARY music project for creativity 
in music education ,. .^ . 

Contemporary music project for creativity in 
music education; fellowships to young com- 
posers-in-residence in public schools. Mus 
Educators J 50:70 S '63 
Contemporary music project for creativity in 
music education; Joint committee of the 
MENC and the Ford foundation. V. 
Lawler. il Mus Educators J 49:41 Je '63 
Contemporary music project news. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:81 Ap '64 
Seminars and workshops; pilot projects; 
meeting of joint coirunittee. Mus Educators 
J 50:81 Ja '64 
Tradition versus the new in music education. 
J. Penna. Mu.3 Educators J 50:38-40+ N '63 
CONTEMPORARY problems 
Debate, an essential in economics. E. M. 
Dongo. Bal Sheet 45:254-5 F '64 

Teaching 
Teaching about controversial issues. C. W. 

Fawcett. CTA J 60:25-6 Mr '64 
Teaching social issues in the schools. N. L. 

Whisler. Mich Ed J 41:16-17 Mr '64 
We do not have final answers. F. A. Harper. 

CTA J 60:27 Mr '64 

Colleges and universities 
College education and contemporary under- 
standing. O. Tead. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 12:46-7 Wint '64 

Elementary schools 
Fifth-grade sortie into world politics. T. 
Hughes, il Mich Ed J 41:18-19 Mr '64 



High schools 
Educating for democracy. S. 
Sch 42:18-19 Ja '64 



Cohen. Ohio 



Junior high schools 
Teaching students to analyze public con- 
troversy: a curriculum project report. J. P. 
Shaver and D. W. Oliver. Social Ed 28: 
191-4+ Ap '64 
CONTESTS 
Approved list of national contests and activ- 
ities for 1963-64. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 47:103-15 S '63 



San Diego students participate in letters 
to a dropout contest. L. E. Koehler. Calif 
Ed 1:13-14 N '63 
See also 
Agricultural contests 
Art contests 
Business contests 
Drama contests 
Employees contests 
French language contests 
Judging of contests 
Literary contests 
Mathematics contests 
Music contests 
Rewards and prizes 
Spanish language contests 
Swimming contests 
Tournaments 
CONTINUATION schools 

Great Britain 
Bourn ville jubilee; Bournville day continua- 
tion school, il Times Ed Sup 2503:1000 
My 10 '63 
CONTINUING education. Sea Adult education 
CONTINUOUS progress plan. See Progress in 

school 
CONTINUOUS sessions. See School year — 

Length 
CONTRACEPTION. See Birth control 
CONTRACT Plan 
Individualize your instruction by contract 
teaching. J. J. Herman. Clearing House 
37:551-4 My "63 
Individualizing bookkeeping with contracts. 
M. Tener. Bal Sheet 45:248+ F '64 
CONTRACTORS 
Five building decisions that can save money 
for your district. C. E. DeAngelis. Sob 
Mgt 7:109-10+ Jl '63 
How to identify a responsible bidder. J. A. 
Perkins, jr. Sch Mgt 7:84-6 Je '63 
CONTROL, School. See Administration of 

schools 
CONTROL equipment 
jSee also 
Numerical control 
CONTROVERSIAL subjects. See Contemporary 
problems; Education and social problems; 
Social sciences — Subject matter 
CONVENTIONS. See Conferences and conven- 
tions 
CONVENTIONS, Educational. See Conferences 

and conventions. Educational 
CONVENTIONS, International. See Conferences 

and conventions. International 
CONVENTS and nunneries 
School or convent? W. F. Hogan. bibliog f 
Cath Ed R 61:322-7 My '63 
CONVERSATION 
Conversation and spoken prose. D. Aber- 

crombie. Engl Lang Teach 18:10-16 O '63 
Conversational tags. M. West. Engl Lang 
Teach 17:164-7 Jl '63 
Sea also 
Imaginary conversations 
Oral composition 
CONVERSATION method (language teaching) 
See French language — Teaching methods; 
Languages, Modern — Teaching methods; 
Latin language — Teaching methods 
CONVERSION 
Evangelism and conversion. W. Stringfellow. 
il Int J Relig Ed 40:6-7+ N '63 
CONVERSION tables 
Conversion grids for ternary systems. B. L. 
Heric. J Chem Ed 40:325-6 Je '63 
CONVEX bodies 
Plane convex figures. P. J. Kelly. Nat Council 
Teach Math Yrbk 28:251-64 '63 
CONVICTS. See Prisoners 
CONVULSIONS 
Eeii also 
Epilepsy 
COOK COUNTY, Illinois 

Department of public aid 
Massive attack on illiteracy: the Cook 
County experience. R. M. Hilliard. il ALA 
Bui 57:1034-8 D '63 
COOKERY 
Color in vegetables. L. M. Stuckey. il Prac 

Forecast 9:40-1 F '64 
Eating in orbit around the clock, il Prac 

Forecast 9:95-8 S '63 
Recipe magic with soups, il Prac Forecast 9: 

42-3+ N '63 
Sparkling specialties. Prac Forecast 9:61-2 P 
'64 
See also 
Baking 
Bread 

Jelly, jam, etc. 
Meals 



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COOKE R Y — Continued 

Projects 
Culinary careers deter dropouts. B. McKeon, 
Prac Forecast 9:14-15 Ja '64 

Teaching 
Colleges and universities 
Lab work with a difference; quantity food 
preparation. J Home Econ 55:781 D '63 

Teaching aids and devices 

ITV cries for the creative approach. B. J. 
Saneholtz and M. Keiser. J Home Econ 56: 
329-31 My '64 
COOKERY, Chinese 

Hone Kong, an epicure's delight. G. Visalli. 
il Prac Forecast 9:16-17-1- Ja '64 
COOKERY. Dutch 

Dining with the Dutch. G. Visalli. il Prac 
Forecast 9:8-9 D '63 
COOKERY, GreeK 

Adventuring with Greek food. G. Visalli. 11 
Prac Forecast 9:40-1+ N '63 
COOKERY, Korean 

Dining the Korean way. G. VlsalU, II Prac 
Forecast 9:53-1- O '63 
COOKERY, Spanish 

Theme for a spring party: Spain and its 
wonderful food, il Prac Forecast 9:16-17 
Ap '64 
COOKERY, Swiss 

Food of Switzerland. C. Adams, il Prac 
Forecast 9:56-1- S '63 
COOKIES 

Christmas confections, il Prac Forecast 9: 
16-17+ D '63 
COOKING utensils. See Kitchen utensils 
COOLEY, Rossa Belle 

Rossa B. Cooley and Penn school: social dy- 
namo in a Negro rural subculture. 1901- 
1930. G. Robbins. bibliog f J Negro Ed 33: 
43-51 Wint '64 
COON, Leiand 

Citations at the national convention, por Am 
Mus Teach 12:28 My '63 
COOPERATING agencies for public schools 

Pros and cons of sanctions invoked by Utah's 
public school teachers. E. Exton. Am Sch 
Bd J 147:35-7+ Jl '63 
COOPERATING schools 

Student teaching and the role of the public 
schools. J. A. Del Popolo and M. Hillson. 
N Y State Ed 51:14-15 Mr '64 
COOPERATING teachers. See Teachers, Co- 
operating 
COOPERATION 

Children's perceptions of cooperation. H. F. 
Darrow. Childh Ed 40:110-11 O '63 
See also 

Cooperative associations 
COOPERATION, Educational 

Africa's challenge to American higher edu- 
cation; final report of the Tananarive con- 
ference. C. K. Snyder, bibliog f Higher Ed 
19:7-19 Je '63 

Are the high schools doing everything they 
can to develop grade school bandsmen? D. 
Tolosko. il Sch Musician 35:68 N '63 

Case study in co-operation. H. T. Spitze. 
Adult Lead 12:185+ D '63 

Catalyst for inter- American higher educa- 
tion. K. Holland. Teach Col Rec 64:687-92 
My '63 

Changing times require cooperative action. 
W. A. Stoneking. Ill Ed 52:234-5 F '64 

Cooperation in the use of educational re- 
sources. Sister Rose Dominic. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Bui 60:18-31 F '64 

Co-operation of six small colleges in non- 
western studies program. H. Gleason. Cath 
Ed R 61:470-4 O '63 

Cooperative program in Chinese and Japan- 
ese language teaching: the first CIC Far 
Eastern language institute, held at the 
University of Michigan, June 24-August 17, 
1963. J. K. Yamagiwa. Lang Learn 13 no 1: 
41-4 '63 

Co-operative research on first-grade reading. 
H. M. Robinson. El Sch J 64:413-15 My '64 

Education is a cooperative enterprise. R. M. 
Cole and G. W. Smith. Ill Ed 52:117-20 
N 63 

Education is the professor's business. R G. 
Browne. Ill Ed 52:110-11+ N '63 

Enrichment by means of a seminar program. 

Bui'47:6^%"^d'T3- ""^^ ^''" ^^^ ^"^ ^^^^^ 
Fields of cooperation between Catholic and 

public schools. R. L. Baker. Nat Cath Ed 

Assn Bui 60:291-3 Ag '63 
Integrated arts program for the gifted. O. B. 

Davis. Ed Theatre J 15:327-31 D '63 



Integrated public- parochial school activity 
program, il Schol Coach 33:30 D '63 

OAS and education. J. Marin. Teach Col Rec 
65:11-16 O '63 

Potential contribution of the sisterhoods for 
graduate education. E. J. Smyth, bibliog 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:179-86 Ag '63 

Reapportionment and revenge. T. O. Cron. 
Am .'^ch & Univ 36:51 Ap '64 

Scheduling two schools in one building. M. 
A. Morry. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 
99-103 Mr '64 

Shared time: opinions differ. W. A. Ander- 
son: T. Powell. NEA J 53:28-30 Mr '64 

Social work and undergraduate colleges. 
H. H. Stroup. Improving Col Univ Teach 
11:231-3 Autumn '63 

State associations work closelv with locals. 
W. J. Sheehan. NEA J 53:20-1 F '64 

War declared on rising costs. Mich Ed J 41: 
26 F '64 
See also 

High school and college relations 

California 
School-university project launched In Santa 
Barbara. E. L. Boyer. Calif Ed 1:21 O '63 

District of Columbia 
Five-year plan to coordinate graduate study 
in five universities. E. J. Bunn. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Bui 60:8-11 F '64 

Latin America 

Expanding Alliance programs in education. 
Higher Bd 19:11 My '63 

Middle western states 

Cooperative inter-institutional personnel re- 
.search of the Associated colleges of the 
Midwest. J. B. Tompkins. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:15-19 O '63 

Midwest cooperative program in the hu- 
rnanities. Chicago Sch J 45:187 Ja '64 

Midwestern interstate co-operation in higher 
education S. J. Wenberg. Sch & Soc 92: 
50-1 F 8 64 

Minnesota 

Four college area studies. W. E. O'Donnell. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 60:12-17 F '64 

New Mexico 
Processes in program development: a coop- 
erative program between arts and sciences 
and teacher education. D. C. Roush. Nat 
Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 
1963:193-205 

Wisconsin 
Coordination among higher institutions in 
Wisconsin. R. ^H. DeZonia. bibliog f Ed Rec 

COOPERATION, International. See Interna- 
tional cooperation 

COOPERATION, Interprofessional. See Inter- 
professional cooperation 

COOPERATIVE agriculture. See Agriculture. 

Cooperative 

COOPERATIVE associations 
How to teach a unit on co-operatives. J. 
C. E. Lord. Bsns Ed World 44:23+ F '64 
COOPERATIVE associations. Student 
Student cooperatives in Paris. Int Bur Ed 
Bui 37 3d quarter:149 '63 
COOPERATIVE cataloging. See Cataloging, 

Coooerative 
COOPERATIVE colleges. See Cooperative edu- 
cation — Colleges and universities 
COOPERATIVE curriculum planning. See Cur- 
riculum development— Group work; Curric- 
ulum development— Teacher participation 
COOPERATIVE education 
Sea also 
Work experience 

Administration 

Work-study programs: an integral high school 
curriculum. C. L. Reeve. J Sec Ed 39:38-42 
Ja 64 

Colleges and universities 

■^^xf^^9^ 7 "®^fe, the experimental college. R. 
^- J^Xl¥-^^'^ Forum 28:151-7 Ja '64; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 29:40-2 D '63 

Co-op education: contribution to teacher edu- 
cation B. Thompson. Nat Comm Teach Ed 
Prof Stand Official Report 1963:291-300 

Cooperatn-e education is first-rate education. 
G. B. Probst, il PTA Mag 58:26-8 N '63 

^Ax'^y^^^'^tern program. L. S. Vander Werf 



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COOPERATIVE education — Continued 
High schools 
Civic experience program. W. Tamburrino. 

Social Ed 28:27-8 Ja '64 

Hish scliool preparatory education for careers 

in distribution. H. E. Samson and D A. 

Tiiompson. Bsns Ed Forum 18:10-12 Ap b4 

Let the employer be a teaching colleague. B, 

Haclcett. Bal Sheet 45:298-9 . Mr '64 
Problems in diversified cooperative education. 
S. Cohen and W. C. Pyle. 11 Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 52:22-3 S 'fi3 ,,..,- i, , 

Work-study programs: an integral high school 
curriculum. C. L. Reeve. J Sec Ed 39.38-42 
Ja '64 

Delaware 
Work- study program cooperates with indus- 
try: Academic stenographer training pro- 
gram sponsored by DuPont company S K. 
Peters and J. W. Harrison, jr. Bal Sheet 
45:352-4 Ap '64 

Great Britain 
No compulsory day release. Times Ed Sup 
2503:1008 My 10 '63 

Russia 
In step with the people, in step with life. 
V. N. Stoletov. Soviet Ed 5:3-12 Jl 63 
COOPERATIVE interest test. See Interest 

(psychology)— Tests and scales 
COOPERATIVE mathematics pre-test for col- 
lege students. See Mathematics — Tests and 
scales , ■ f-, T>T 

COOPERATIVE nursery schools. See Nursery 

schools . ^. r, ^ 

COOPERATIVE part time education. See Coop- 

erativQ education . . ... 

COOPERATIVE plan for guidance and admis- 
sion. Sea Transcripts „ -r^ ■, ■ 
COOPERATIVE purchasing. See Purchasing. 

COOP^ER^TIVE research. See Cooperation, 

Educational . r, tt -^ j 

COOPERATIVE research program. See United 

States — Cooperative research program 
COOPERATIVE school and college ability tests 
Anxiety and academic prediction. L. R. Mal- 
nig bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11:72-5 Spr 
'64 
Factor-analytic study of the Cooperative 
school and college ability tests and Sequen- 
tial tests of educational progress. R. O. 
Fortna. J Exp Ed 32:187-90 Wint '63 
SCAT versus WAIS: an enigma. B. A. Gold- 
man, bibliog J Ed Res 57:51-3 S '63 
Statewide tests and academic success at the 
University of New Mexico. A. A. Wellck. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:403-5 D '63 
Today's search for tomorrow's leaders. R. W. 
Walters, ir, and D. W. Bray, il J Col Place- 
mpnt 24:22-S-l- O '63 
COOPERATIVES, School. See Cooperative as- 
sociations. Student 
CO-ORDINATE teaching. See Team teaching 
COORDINATES, Polar 
Polar and rectangular coordinate grids on 
ditto-masters. L. M. Collister. Math Teach 
56:553 N '63 
COORDINATES, Rectangular 
Polar and rectangular coordinate grids on 
ditto-masters. L. M. Collister. Math Teach 
56:553 N '63 
COORDINATION (chemistry) 
Terpenes to platinum: the chemical career 
of Lev Aleksandrovich Chugaev. G. B. 
Kauffman. bibliog 11 J Chem Ed 40:656-65 
D '63 
COORDINATION, Muscular 
Hand differentiation and psychological func- 
tioning. R. D. Palmer, bibliog J Personal 
31:445-61 D '63 
COORDINATOR of instruction. See Supervi- 
sion and supervisors 
COORDINATORS. See Administrative assist- 
ants 
COPERNICUS. Nicholas 
Andreas Osiander: lover of science or ap- 
peaser of its enemies. M. Graubard. Sci 
Ed 48:168-87 Mr '64 
COPPER 

Separation and identification of copper in the 
presence of cadmium. A. Abrao. J Chem Ed 
30:413 Ag '63 
COPPER plating. See Electroplating 
COPPER repouss6. See Repouss6 work 

COPYING processes 

Duplicating methods you should know. H. E. 

Scuorzo. Grade Teach 81:54-1- Ja '64 
Hectograph. S. E. Russell, il di&g Sch Shop 

23:20+ D '63 



Teach stencil and spirit masters in advanced 
typing. L. Del Turco. J Bsns Ed 39:145-6 
Ja '64 
COPYRIGHT , . . ,,^ 

AV educator looks at the proposed copyright 
changes. A. L. Hyer. Av Instr 9:118-20 F 
'64 

Copyright revision threatens use of a-v ma- 
terials. Am Sch & Univ 36:18 S '63 

Proposed copyright revision. E. J. Gleazer, 
jr. Jun Col J 34:3 F '64 

Drama 

Great train scene robbery. S. Faulkner. 
Q J Speech 50:24-8 F '64 

Music 
Thou Shalt not copy. G. O'Hara. il Mus J 
21:48-94- O '63 

Public domain 
See Public domain (copyright law) 

Royalties 

Public domain: the great royalty robber. K. 
Singer. Mus J 22:76+ Ja '64 
COPYRIGHT infringement. See Copyright 
CORAL GABLES, Florida 

High school 
Instructional technology; Coral Gables senior 
high school. H. N. Rath. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 47:110-12 My '63 
CORE curriculum. See Curriculum — Core pro- 

.gram 
COREY, Stephen Maxwell 
Leader in education. H. L. Caswell, por Ed 
84:506 Ap '64 
CORN 

Corn contest sparks adult course. P. E. Burns. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:89-90 O '63 
CORNEILLE, Pierre 
Translating Le cid. D. N. Dedmon. Q J Speech 
50:29-35 F '64 
CORNELL university, Ithaca, New York 

Dimensions of the modern university. J. A. 

Perkins. Sch & Soc 92:100-4 Mr 7 '64 
Does counselor approach really matter? O. 
G. Mink and M. Sgan. Voc Guid Q 11:204-6 
Spr '63 
Lafayette papers acquired by Cornell. Wilson 

Lib Bui 38:510 Mr '64 
Ms. that would not scour; centennial of the 
Gettysburg address. Wilson Lib Bui 38:378-9 
Ja '64 

Libraries 
Far above Cayuga's waters; dedication of 
Cornell's Olin and Uris libraries. J. Shera. 
Wilson Lib Bui 38:73+ S '63 

New York state college of home economics 

See New York. State university — College of 
home economics at Cornell university 

School of education 

Do social studies teachers want curriculum 

change? W. T. Lowe. Social Studies 

55:96-9 Mr '64 
CORPORAL punishment 
Are your teachers handcuffed on discipline? 

interview with H. Vincent, il Sch Mgt 8: 

107-8+ Ap '64 
Corporal punishment in an age of violence. 

P. Nash, bibliog f Ed Theory 13:295-308 O 

■63 
Milwaukee's change in school discipline. R. P. 

Flahive. Am Sch Bd J 147:11-12 S '63 
Opinions differ: corporal punishment? J. A. 

R. Wilson: J. M. Spinning. NEA J 52: 

18-20 S '63 
Study of the critics of the public schools. 

M. J. Lemer and R. Heyer. bibliog J Ed 

Res 57:3-10 S '63 
Swat students who misbehave; school ad- 
ministrators opinion poll. Nations Sch 73: 

58 F '64 
CORPORATIONS 
Odds are nine to one. E. J. Kehoe. J Col 

Placement 24:37+ O '63 

Finance 
Teachinff 
Outcomes in building a foundation for ad- 
vanced study in business and corporation 
finance. D. W. Arnold. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 
1:274-82 '63 
CORPULENCE 
Nutritional trends and the consumer's food. 
R. M. Leverton. J Home Econ 56:317-20 
My '64 



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CORPULENCE — Continued „ .^^^ 

Our overwelffht children. L. W. Sauer. PTA 
Majr 58:29-30 F '64 , ^ -r. 

Special class for over-weight boys. D. Bern- 
stein. H Points 46:68-71 Ja '64 . , „ ^ 

Trinmess through fitness, bibliog J Sch 
Health 33:325-31 S '63 
CORPUS CHRISTI school, South Chicago 

Fifty-year-old school has new interior. II 
Cath Sch J 63:73-4 N '63 
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 

Public schools 

How effective are our audiovisual programs? 
interview with D. Williams. B. Tiemann. 
Av Instr 9:20-2 Ja '64 
CORRECTIONAL institutions. See Reforma- 
tories 
CORRECTIVE teaching. See Remedial teach- 
ing 
CORRELATION (education) See Articulation 

(education) 
CORRELATION (statistics) 

Correlates of parochial school attendance. 
A. M. Greeley and P. H. Rossi. Sch K 
72:52-73 Spr '64 

Correlation of foreign language speakmg 
competency and grades in ten midwestern 
liberal arts colleges. K. A. Mueller and 
W. Wiersma, jr. Mod Lang J 47:353-5 D 
•63 

Effect of correlation on the repeated meas- 
ures design. R. E. Lana and A. Lubin. 
bibliog Ed & Psychol M 23:729-39 Wint 
•63 

Effects of preschool training on the develop- 
ment of reading and lipreading skills of 
deaf children. W. N. Craig, bibliog Am 
Ann Deaf 109:280-96 My ^64 

Look at listeners. R. Ross. El Sch J 64:369- 
72 Ap '64 

Regression and correlation. W. J. Moonan 
and J. H. Wolfe, bibliog R Ed Res 33:501-9 
D '63 

Some results of a mathematics pretest for 
college freshmen. W. Waggoner. J Ed Res 
57:271-3 Ja '64 

Statistical re-analysis of Getzels and Jack- 
son's data; in Creativity and intelligence. 
R. W. Marsh. Brit J Ed Psychol 34:91-3 F 
•64 

Test of academic aspiration. P. S. Anderson. 
J Ed Res 57:274-5 Ja '64 

Use of group tests of ability and attainment: 
a follow-up study from primary to second- 
ary school. N. France. Brit J Ed Psychol 
34:19-33 F '64 
See also 

Tests and scales — Correlation 
CORRELATION matrix. See Correlation (sta- 
tistics) 
CORRELATION of abilities 

Are spelling and typing related? results of an 
experimental study. T. W. Ivarie, jr. Bsns 
Ed World 44:18-19 N '63 

Look at listeners. R. Ross. El Sch J 64:369- 
72 Ap '64 

Musical talents and foreign language learn- 
ing ability. C. B. Blickenstaff. bibliog Mod 
Lang J 47:359-63 D '63 
CORRELATION of school subjects 
See also 

Integration 
CORRESPONDENCE. See Commercial cor- 
respondence; International correspondence; 
Interscholastic correspondence; Letter writ- 
ing 

CORRESPONDENCE school students 
Influence of varied teacher behavior on per- 
formance in correspondence study T>. D. 
Sjogren. J Exp Ed 32:81-3 Fall •es" 
Report on high school foreign language: 
directed study experiment 1960-1961. R. S. 
Rathee and V. V. Mennes. J Exp Ed 32: 
107-13 Fall '63 

Research 
Analysis of certain factors which may affect 
completion in supervised correspondence 
study. G. B. Childs. J Exp Ed 32:101-5 Fall 
•63 

CORRESPONDENCE school teachers 
Influence of varied teacher behavior on per- 
formance in correspondence study. D. D. 
Sjogren. J Exp Ed 32:81-3 Fall '63 
CORRESPONDENCE schools and courses 
Analysis of certain factors which may affect 
completion m supervised correspondence 
study. G. B. Childs. J Exp Ed 32:101-5 Fall 
63 

Audiovisual media in correspondence study. 
Av Instr 8:590-3 O '63 



Autonomer fernunterricht; ein beitrag zur 

theorie der erwachsenenbildung. K. Graff. 

bibliog f Int R Ed 9 no3:290-;^00 '63/64 
Home study courses offered by Hadley school; 

correspondence course on the human eye. 

Sight-Saving R 34:25 Spr '64 
See also 
University extension 

Evaluation 
Influence of varied teacher behavior on per- 
formance in correspondence study. D. D. 
Sjogren. J Exp Ed 32:81-3 Fall '63 

High schools 
Supervised correspondence courses. H. V. 
Kelly, il NEA J 52:26-7 N '63 

Africa 

Correspondence course; primary school. Times 
Ed Sup 2544:432 F 21 '64 

Great Britain 

Fair deal for students; future of correspond- 
ence colleges. H. J. Boyden. Times Ed Sup 
2518:211 Ag 23 '63 

Postal courses criticized. Times Ed Sup 2524: 
450 O 4 '63 

University of the air? A. D. C. Peterson. 
Univ Q 18:180-6 Mr '64 

University of the air. H. Wilson. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2521:300 S 13 '63 

University teaching by post; London's ex- 
ternal degree system. Times Ed Sup 
2540'171 Ja 24 '64 

Up in 'the air. Times Ed Sup 2521:301 S 13 '63 

Russia 

In step with the people, in step with life. V. 
N. Stoletov. Soviet Ed 5:3-12 Jl ^63 
CORROSION and anti-corrosives 
Testing and drawing conclusions; pictures, 
il Instr 73:77 Ja '64 
CORRUGATED paper. See Paper board. Cor- 
rugated 
CORSICA 

Description and travel 
Holiday ideas; an overlooked France. J. 
Barr. map Times Ed Sup 2539:88 Ja 17 '64 
COSINE. See Trigonometrical functions 
COSMETOLOGY 

Teaching 
Beauty culture shop grows. H. Waters. H 
Points 45:50-2 D '63 
COST accounting 
Council is making cost and statistical analy- 
sis study of public higher education. Calif 
Ed 1:23-4 N '63 
Electronic data processing procedures de- 
veloped for typical school business prob- 
lems. O. E. Albright. Assn Sch Bsns Offl- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 48:111-16 •62 
Practice and future use of cost accounting 
in school districts. H. S. Cloyd. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:13-14 Mr ^64 
COST analysis. See Cost accoimting 
COST and standard of living 
Affluent child; with study-discussion pro- 
gram. D. Harris and E. Harris. PTA Mag 
58:27-9. 35-6 Mr '64 
Consumer-labor interests in food and agri- 
cultural trade. E. Poyner. J Home Econ 
56:251-2 Ap '64 

Africa 
Family expenditure studies in developing 
economies. J. M. Due. bibliog J Home Econ 
56:169-75. 321-8 Mr, My '64 
COSTA RICA 
See also 
Education — Costa Rica 
Turrialba. Costa Rica 
COSTS and expenditures. Sea CoUeare students 
— Expenditures; School buildings — Cost; 
School finance 
COSTS per student. See Unit costs per student 
COSTUME 

See nlso 
Clothing and dress 
Fashion 

Asia 
Study tour of Asia; textiles and costumes. 
O. Umbel, bibliog il J Home Econ 56:247- 
50 Ap '64 
COSTUME, Academic. See Academic costume 
COSTUME design 
Fashion design is applied creativity. V. 
Gordon, il Arts & Activities 54:19-21 N '63 
COSTUMES, Theatrical 
See also 
Make-up, Theatrical 



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COTTON „ , ^ 

Projects 

Concepts of cotton. G. Muente. il Instr 73:96 

Ja '64 ., . 

Mexico 
Cotton in Mexico. H. G. McDowell, bibliog f 

map J Geos 63:67-72 P '64 
COTTON fabrics 
Housewives' opinions of and experiences 

with easv care, wash-wear clothms. D. C. 

Hull. J Home Econ 55:773-6 D '63 
COUNCIL for basic education 
Must quality education be basic education? 

D. W. Robinson; S. Withers. Phi Delta 

Kappan 44:428-34 Je '63 
COUNCIL for elementary science International 
Changing curriculum in elementary science. 

St Louis, March 9-10, 1963; program. Sci 

Ed 48:87-8 F '64 ^ 

Science: an essential in childhood education; 

Miami Beach, April 26, 1963; program. Sci 

Ed 48:88-90 P '64 ,, , „ -,„ ,„^, 

Summary of conference; March 9-10, 1963. 

K. E. Hill. Sci Ed 48:85-6 F '64 
COUNCIL for exceptional children 
Affirmation of objectives. P. P. Conner. 

Excep Child 30:59-60 S '63 _ 

Council in action. M. J. Jones. Excep Child 

30:33-8 S '63 
Excellence in special education. P. P. Con- 
nor. Excep Child 30:206-9 Ja '64 
Sword and the spirit. P. P. Connor. Excep 

Child 30:393-401 My '64 

Meetings, 1964 
42d annual international convention, Chicago, 
March 31 -April 4, 1964; program. Excep 
Child 30:231-2, 261-85 Ja-P '64 
COUNCIL for financial aid to education 
See also 
Council for the advancement of small colleges 
COUNCIL for Improvement of teacher evalua- 
tion „ .„ „ 
Design for teacher evaluation. R. Bradley 
and others. Nat El Prin 43:32-7 N "63 
COUNCIL for research in education 
Demise of Council for research in education. 
C. M. Pruitt. Sci Ed 47:428-9 D '63 
COUNCIL for the advancement of small col- 
leges „ , ^ 
Voice for the small liberal arts college. A. T. 
Hill. Ed Porum 28:211-18 Ja '64 
COUNCIL of graduate schools 
See nlso 
Commission on the humanities 
COUNCIL of industrial design, England 
Design centre 
Purpose and pleasure. S. Poott. Times Ed 
Sup 2502:928 My 3 '63 
COUNCIL of national organizations for adult 
education 

Volunteer-staff relations committee 
Unearthing an organization's hidden percep- 
tions; relationships between volunteers and 
staff. W. L. Brown. Adult Lead 12:239-1- F 
'64 
COUNCIL of ten 

Committee on institutional cooperation 
Cooperative program in Chinese and Japanese 
language teaching: the first CIC Far 
Eastern language institute, held at the 
University of Michigan. June 24-August 
17, 1963. J. K. Yamagiwa. Lang Learn 
13 no 1:41-4 '63 
COUNCIL on education of the deaf 
Minutes of the annual meeting, Indianapolis, 
January 25, 1964. Volta R 66:213-14 Ap '64 
Report of the president; January 25, 1964. 
S. R. Silverman. Volta R 66:214-16 Ap '64 
gee also 
International congress on the education of 
the deaf 
COUNCIL on higher education in the Ameri- 
can republics 
Catalyst for inter-American higher educa- 
tion. K. Holland. Teach Col Rec 64:687-92 
My '63 
COUNCIL on Junior-high-school administration 
Ten tenets of junior-hiLch- school adminstra- 
tion. Clearing House 38:329-32 P '64 
COUNCIL on library resources, incorporated 
Almost $100,000 in grants and contracts. 
Wilson Lib Bui 37:833 Je '63 
COUNCIL on physical fitness. See United 
States — Presidents council on physical fit- 
ness 



COUNSELING , „ „ „. ^ 

Client interpretation of tests. R. R. Stephen- 
son, bibliog Voc Guid Q 12:51-6 Autumn '63 
Counseling adults poses different problems 

than counseling day students. L. S. Allen. 

Personnel & Guid J 42:622-3 P '64 
Counseling and education. W. L. Stone. 

Adult Lead 12:317 Ap '64 ^ ^ 

Counseling the parents of mentally retarded 

children. J. R. Thurston. Train Sch Bui 60: 

113-17 N '63 
Genetic counseling problems associated with 

trisomy 21 Down's disorder. R. L. Tips 

and others, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 

68:334-9 N '63 , , . 

Group guidance with mothers of retarded 

readers. J. M. Studholme. Read Teach 17: 

528-30 Ap '64 
Supervising students in the counseling prac- 

ticum. C. H. Patterson, bibliog J Counsel 

Psychol 11:47-53 Spr '64 
See also 
Deaf — Counseling services 
Educational guidance 
Interview's 
Personnel service 
Vocational guidance 

Evaluation 

Counseling evaluation with a better control 
group; with comment by E. G. Bordin. 
D. P. Campbell. J Counsel Psychol 10:334-9 
Wint '63 

Does counselor approach really matter? O. 
G. Mink and M. Sgan. Voc Guid Q 11:204-6 
Spr '63 

Suggested uses of tape recordings in counsel- 
ing supervision. G. D, Demos. Personnel & 
Guid J 42:704-5 Mr '64 

Research 

Behaviors in group guidance (socio process) 
and group counseling (psyche process) C. G. 
Kemp. J Counsel Psychol 10:373-7 Wint '63 

Counseling adults: a new horizon or an old 
vista? W. D. Dannenmaier. Adult Ed 14: 
96-9 Wint '64 

Should clients tell counselors what to do? 
B. Pohlman. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
42:456-8 Ja '64 

Verbal conditioning and counseling research; 
with comment by G. A. Pierson. S. R. 
Strong, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:660-9 
Mr '64 

Theories and principles 

Behavioral approach to counseling and guid- 
ance. J. Michael and L. Meyerson; discus- 
sion. Harvard Ed R 33:239-41, 381-3 Spr- 
Sum '63 

Counseling as preparation for self-directed 
change. B. G. Williamson, bibliog Teach 
Col Rec 65:613-22 Ap '64 

Guidance in quest. K. L. Hopwood. Teach 
Col Rec 65:546-9 Mr '64 

Modem approaches to counseling diagnosis. 
P. P. Robinson, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
10:325-33 Wint '63 

Self-understanding for the guidance coun- 
selor. M. L. Appell. Personnel & Quid J 
42:143-8 O '63 
COUNSELING centers 

Operation diploma; evening adult program, 
Pinellas County, Fla. P. W. Fitzgerald 
and W. F. Perry. 11 Voc Guid Q 12:104-6 
Wint '63r/64 

Problems of confidentiality in university 

and college counseling centers. A. A. 

Schneiders; F. L. Vance; R. E. Warman. 

Personnel & Guid J 42:252-9 N '63 
Reading, and the returning adult coed. L. E. 

Fitzgerald and A. L. Raygor. Adult Lead 

12:101-2 O '63 
COUNSELING psychologists. See Psychologists 
COUNSELOR selection battery. See Counselors 

— Research 

COUNSELORS 

Mirror, mirror on the wall: a study of pref- 
erences for counselors. B. Stefflre and 
P. A. Leafgren. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
42:459-62 Ja '64 

Self-understanding for the guidance coun- 
selor. M. L. Appell. Personnel & Guid J 
42:143-8 O '63 
See also 

Student counselors 

Vocational counselors 

Duties 
Counselor: professional preparation and role; 
statement of policy. American personnel 
and guidance association. Personnel & Guid 
J 42:536-41 Ja '64 



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143 



COUNSELORS — Continued 
Education 
Counselor: professional preparation and role; 
statement of policy. American personnel 
and guidance association. Personnel & Guid 
J 42:536-41 Ja '64 

Evaluation 
Sociological framework for evaluating guid- 
ance education. N. K. Schlossberg. bib- 
liog Personnel & Guid J 42:285-9 N '63 

Education In service 
Counselors look at themselves on video tape. 
G. R. Walz and J. A. Johnston. J Counsel 
Psychol 10:232-6 Fall '63 

Qualifications 
Predictors of scores on an employment coun- 
selor selection battery. L. D. Eyde and 
R. S. Waldrop. Ed & Psychol M 23:799-805 
Wint '63 

Rating 

Evaluation of rehabilitation counselor per- 
formance: a survey of state agency prac- 
tices. J. E. Muthard and L. A. Miller, bib- 
liog Personnel & Guid J 42:274-9 N '63 

Perceptual organization of effective coun- 
selors. A. W. Combs and D. W. Soper. bib- 
liog J Covmsel Psychol 10:222-6 Fall '63 

Research 

Consistency of counselor feeling-verbalization. 
S. G. Ellsworth, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
10:356-61 Wint '63 
Prediction of personality inventory responses 
from tape analysis. W. J. Mueller, bibliog 
Personnel & Guid J 42:368-72 D '63 
Predictors of scores on an employment coun- 
selor selection battery. L.. D. Eyde and 
R. S. Waldrop. Ed & Psychol M 23:799-805 
Wint '63 
Semantic differential study of counselors in 
an NDEA institute. A. P. Webb and J. T. 
Harris, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:260-3 
N "63 
COUNTERS (electrons, Ions, etc) 
See also 
Scintillation counters 
COUNTRY children 
Facts and myths about rural youth; National 
conference on problems of rural youth in a 
changing environment. K. Close. Children 
10:233-6 N "63 
COUNTRY life 
Planning for good conditions. A. G. Skard. 
J Nurs Ed 19:161-3 Ap '64 
COUNTY administration. See Administration of 

schools — County 
COUNTY libraries. See Libraries. County 
COURAGE 
Literature and composition for average stu- 
dents in grades seven to nine: a unit on 
courage. J. L. Granfleld. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:75-81 F '64 
COURAGE In literature 
Insensibility in The red badge of courage. 
W. B. Dillingham, bibliog f Col Engl 25:194- 
8 D '63 
COURSES of study 

Evaluation 
Evaluating a health education curriculum 
guide. J. G. Cauffman. bibliog f J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 34:20-1+ O '63 
COURT decisions. See Actions and defenses 
COURTESY 

See also 
Etiquet 
Gentlemen 

COURTROOM television. See Television broad- 
casting — Trials 

COURTS 
Modern courts: audiovisual deserts? J. Karas. 
il Ed Screen Av G 42:310-11 Je '63 

Virginia 
Fundamental principle is Involved; decision 
of the Virginia Supreme court of appeals. 
NEA J 53:16 Ja '64 
Prince Edward County, Virginia. J. R. Picott 
and E. H. Peeples, jr. Phi Delta Kappan 
45:393-7 My '64 
Virginia court rules free piiblic education is 
not required in state. Nations Sch 73:84 
Ja '64 
COURTS. Juvenile. See Juvenile courts 
COVELLO, Leonard 
As five teachers see themselves. F. M. Briggs. 
Ed Forum 28:394-5 My '64 



COVER crops 
See also 
Legumes 
COVINA, California 

Charter Oak unified school district 
Communication networks of a public school 
board. J. T. Condon, bibliog il plans diags 
Am Sch Bd J 148:13-16 P '64 

South Hills high school 
Blueprint for tomorrow, today. R. Farris. 

Calif Ed 1:3-6 Mr '64 
COWELL, Charles C. 
Obituary 

J Health Phys Ed Rec por 34:74 O '63. 
W. F. France 
COWPER. William 
Poems for study: Epitaph on a hare. W. R. 

Clark. Clearing House 38:123-4 O '63 
COWS 

Breeding 
See Cattle breeding 
CRAFTS. See Arts and crafts 
CRAFTSMANSHIP 
Concept of craftsmanship. R. Swanson. Ind 

Arts Teach 23:7-9 N '63 
Crafts in a technocracy and education. J. 

W. Cataldo. il Sch Arts 63:29-33 Ap '64 
Craftsmanship: the bedrock of productivity. 

R. M. Worthington. Sch Shop 23:27-8 O '63 
Workmanship. Times Ed Sup 2533:849 D 6 

'63 
CRANE, Stephen 
Insensibility in The red badge of courage, 

W. B. Dillingham, bibliog f Col Engl 25: 

194-8 D '63 
CRAYON drawing 
Black and white crayon on neutral paper. 

I. Robbins. il Instr 73:27 Ja '64 
John fights the Civil war. B. Hanson, il 

Sch Arts 62:7-10 Je '63 
CRAYON rubbings. See Rubbings 
CRAYONS 
Crayon transparencies. J. Lidstone. il Grade 

Teach 81:42-3 Mr '64 
CREATION (literary, artistic, etc) 
Creative philosophy. J. Burton, il CTA J 

60:11 Ja '64 
Silent images. G. K. Stark, bibliog il Art Ed 

16:14-19 N '63 
CREATIVE ability 
Can creativity be taught? R. J. Hallman. 

bibliog f Ed Theory 14:15-23 Ja '64 
Classi-oom teacher and creative writing. R. 

Ross. El Engl 41:22-4+ Ja "64 
Clues to creative teaching. C. W. Taylor, il 

Instr 73:5+ S; 5+ O; 5+ N; 5+ D '63; 54- 

Ja; 5+ F; 5+ Mr; 7+ Ap; 5+ My; 5+ Je 

'64 
Commonness of creativitv. R. J. Hallman. 

bibliog f Ed Theory 13:132-6 Ap '63 
Creative idea. L. Rosten. Teach Col Rec 64: 

637-46 My '63 
Creativity, a rusty old halo! C. H. Larson, il 

Art Ed 16:11-14 N '63 
Creativity and the gifted child. P. R. Givens. 

bibliog f Ed Theory 13:128-31 Ap '63 
Creativity boom. R. De Mille. Ed Digest 

29:12-15 F '64 
Creativity: craze or crown? R. B. Nordberg. 

Cath Ed R 61:588-92 D '63 
Creativity credited for scholarship awards. 

J. M. Stalnaker. CTA J 60:49-50 Ja '64 
Creativity in design an operational definition. 

J. R. Lindbeck. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52: 

41-2+ N '63 
Creativity in education. G. R. Derell. Clearing 

House 38:67-9 O '63 
Creativitv in education. A. O Hutton. il Va 

J Ed 57:11-13 F '64 
Creativity in performance. E. A. H. Green. 

Mus Educators J 50:69-70 N '63 
Creativity in team sports. H. M. Barton. 

J Health Phvs Ed Rec 34:33 N '63 
Creativity nurtures the spirit. D. (Goldberg. 

Prac Forecast 9:45+ O '63 
Creativity resides in mental concept. J. M. 

Rhodes, bibliog Ed Forum 27:477-81 My 
63 
Da Vinci had it! J. E. Olds, il Wis J Ed 95: 

8-9 My '63 
Defining artistic creativitv. R. B. Dodson. 

Arts & Activities 55:16-18 F; 30-3 Mr; 33- 

6 Ap; 24-6 Je '64 
Developing independence and creativity in 

students. G. Vorob'ev. Soviet Ed 5:41-8 S 

63 
Developing individual abilities and Inclina- 
tions in .schoolchildren. V. A. Sukhomlin- 

skii. Soviet Ed 6:44-54 D "63 
Developing the creative potential. J. K. Mc- 

Fee. CTA J 60:25-6 Ja '64 



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CREATIVE ability — Continued 

Development and validation of an indecision 
scale: the natural history of a problem in 
basic research. J. L,. Holland and R. C. 
Nichols, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11:27-34 
Spr '64 

Do we really prize creativity? E. Margolin. 
El Sch J 64:117-21 D '63; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 29:5-7 Mr "64 

Early years of the gifted child: a psycho- 
analytic interpretation. P. Greenacre. Year 
Book of Ed 1962:71-90 

Finding creative children. E. H. Hanson. Ed 
84:510 Ap '64 

Gifted and the creative student. P. A. Witty. 
Sch & Soc 92:183-4 Ap 18 '64 

Identification of creative persons. J. W. Mc- 
Kenney. CTA J 60:5-7 Ja '64 

Nature of the creative process. L. L. Ort. 
Pa Univ Schoolmens Week Proc 50:193-211 
'62 

No magic formula! E. Hyatt. Ariz Teach 51: 
20-1-f My '63 

Profile of the creative mind. P. Petrich. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:72-3 D '63 

Profile of the creative student. W. B. Love- 
lace, bibliog f Sup Stud 5:31-4 My '63 

Promoting artistic creativity. R. E. Dodson. 
bibliog Improving Col Univ Teach 11:173-6 
Sum '63 

Schismogenesis in contemporary art educa- 
tion. V. Lanier, bibliog Studies Art Ed 5: 
10-19 Fall '63 

School art fosters creativity. Sister Mary 
Louis, il Cath Sch J 63:49-51 S '63 

Some explorations of the effect of creative 
visual art experiences upon the poetry writ- 
ing quality of eighth grade students. L. 
Frankston. il Studies Art Ed 5:42-59 Fall 
'63 

Survey of beliefs and practices relative to 
creativity. W. C. Wolf. jr. J Ed Res 
57:384-5 Mr '64 

Teacher, the machine, and creativity. E. R. 
Hilgard. CTA J 60:12-13 Ja '64 

What's happening in education? character- 
istics of creative individuals. W. D. Bout- 
well. PTA Mag 57:26 Je '63 
See also 

Creation (literary, artistic, etc) 

Creative thinking 

Originality 

Bibliography 

Bibliography on creativity; comp. by N. 
Frantz. Studies Art Ed 5:81-8 Spr '64 

Research 

Adventuring in creativity. E. P. Torrance, 
il Childh Ed 40:79-87 O '63 

Basic authority on creativity; review of 
Creativity and intelligence, by J. W. Getzels 
and P. W. Jackson, and Education and the 
creative potential, by E. P. Torrance. F. 
Fertig. CTA J 60:17+ Ja '64 

Creativity, fantasy and fact. N. E. Wallen. 
El Sch J 64:438-43 My '64 

Evaluation in the noncognitive areas. L. B. 
Urdal. bibliog f TIP 2:213-17 O '63 

Non-verbal manipulation and creatlveness In 
art. P. R. Henrickson. bibliog Studies Art 
Ed 5:60-70 Fall '63 

Predictor variables for creativity in indus- 
trial science. F. E. Jones. J Ap Psychol 
48:134-6 Ap '64 

Tests and scales 

Creativity tests and achievement in high 
school science. V. B. Cline and others, 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 47:184-9 Je '63 

Creativity tests and teacher and self judg- 
ments of originality. J. M. Richards, jr, 
and others. J Exp Ed 32:281-5 Spr '64 

Deyelopment of a Test of creativity in the 
dramatic arts: a pilot study. R. R. Rusch 
and others, bibliog J Ed Res 57:250-4 Ja '64 

Statistical re-analysis of Getzels and Jack- 
son's data: in Creativity and intelligence. 
R W. Marsh. Brit J Ed Psychol 34:91-3 F 
64 

See also 
AC test of creative ability 
CREATIVE activities 

Clues to creative teaching; creativity and ex- 
pression. C. W. Taylor, il Instr 73:5-|- Mr 
'64 

Creatlveness in the classroom L. J. Rubin. 

Ed Digest 29:49-51 S '63 
Creativity everywhere. H. B. Lemmerman. 

Grade Teach 81:54+ F '64 
Creativity in Korea. S. Lee. il Childh Ed 40: 

256-9 Ja 64 



Do we really prize creativity? E. Margolin. 

El Sch J 64:117-21 D '63; Same cond. Ed 

Digest 29:5-7 Mr '64 
How children respond through art. J. F. 

Sheridan and I. R. Foster, il Int J Relig 

Ed 39:10-11 Je '63 
Let's keep the kettle boiling. H. U. Merrick. 

Minn J Ed 44:16-17 O '63 
Survey of beliefs and practices relative to 

creativity. W. C. Wolf, jr. J Ed Res 

57:384-5 Mr '64 
See also 
Primary grades — Activities 
CREATIVE dramatics. See Dramatization in 

schools — Creative activities 
CREATIVE education 
Creativity and the curriculum. L. J. Rubin. 

Phi Delta Kappan 44:438-40 Je '63 
Creativity resides in mental concept. J. M. 

Rhodes. Ed Forum 27:477-81 My '63 
Is creativity within the academic community 

compatible with operational efficiency? K. 

I. Gezi; G. T. Nygreen. J Higher Ed 35: 

224-6 Ap '64 
Psychodrama and problems of releasing 

creativity in children and adolescents. J. 

L. Moreno. Year Book of Ed 1962:388-98 
Vision in art in people to people. C. W. 

Taylor. Art Ed 17:18-24 Ja '64 
CREATIVE imagination. See Imagination 
CREATIVE thinking 
Adventuring in creativity. E. P. Torrance. 

Childh Ed 40:79-87 O '63 
Clues to creative teaching; developing crea- 
tive thinking. C. W. Taylor, il Instr 73:7+ 

Ap '64 
Creative aspect of oral and written language. 

R. Schofleld. Ed 84:348-51 F '64 
Creative thinking and problem solving. J. P. 

Guilford, il CTA J 60:8-10 Ja "64; Same. 

Kd Digest 29:29-31 Ap '64 
Creativity boom. R. De Mille. Ed Digest 

29:12-15 F '64 
Creativity: craze or crown? R. B. Nordberg. 

Cath Ed R 61:588-92 D '63 
Cross currents. B. D. Walker. N Y State Ed 

51:11 F '64 
Developing an original person. R. K. Carl- 
son, bibliog El Engl 41:268-78+ Mr '64 
Implications of the computer for creativity. 

W. S. Zimmerman. Ed & Psychol M 

24:103-6 Spr '64 
Let's do away with the copy method in draft- 
ing and use creative thinking. H. J. Auer. 

il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:33-5 Ap '64 
Measurement and development of the creative 

thinking abilities. E. P. Torrance, bibliog 

Year Book of Ed 1962:125-42 
Search for the creative teacher. F. E. Wil- 
liams. CTA J 60:14-16 Ja '64 
Vision in art in people to people. R. Am- 

heim. il Art Ed 17:14-15 Ja '64 
Vision in art in people to people. C. W. Tay- 
lor. Art Ed 17:18-24 Ja '64 
See also 
Thought and thinking 

Research 

Analogue bases for research in creativity. 
E. Murray and J. L. Stewart, bibliog f J 
Comm 13:246-51 D '63 

Changing concepts of intelligence and crea- 
tivity. E. E. Werner, bibliog J Nurs Ed 19: 
164-8 Ap '64 

Creative thinking: some thoughts on re- 
search. K. Yamamoto. Excep Child 30:403- 
10 My '64 

Relationships between creative thinking abil- 
ities of teachers and achievement and ad- 
justment of pupils. K. Yamamoto. bibliog 
J Exp Ed 32:3-25 Fall '63 

Teaching 
Can creativity be taught? R. J. Hallman. 

bibliog f Ed Theory 14:15-23 Ja '64 
Training first-grade children in creative 
thinking under quantitative and qualitative 
motivation. C. J. Cartledge and E. L. 
Krauser. bibliog J Ed Psychol 54:295-9 D '63 
CREATIVE writing. See English language — 
Creative activities; Poetry — Creative activi- 
ties 
CREATIVITY. See Creative ability; Creative 

thinking 
CREDIT 
Current developments in con.sumer econom- 
ics: consumer credit. I. D. Satlow. Bsns Ed 
World 44:30 D '63 
Payment history as a predictor of credit risk. 
H. W. Hassler and others, bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 47:383-5 D '63 



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145 



C R E D I T — Continued 
Predicting credit risk with a numerical scor- 
ing system. J. H. Myers, bibliog J Ap Psy- 
chol 47:318-52 O '63 
Public understanding of consumer credit. 
H. T. Spitze. il Am Voc J 38:16-17 D '63 
See also 
Credit unions 
Interest 
CREDIT unions 

Steel and chrome of the credit union. E. B. 

Eubanks. NEA J 53:47 My '64 
When a borrower you must be. D. P. Staf- 
ford. Pa Sch J 112:275 F '64 
Why teacher credit unions? D. Francisco. Tex 
Outl 48:28-9 Mr '64 
CREDITS and credit systems 

Carnegie unit: its origin, status and trends. 
B. Tompkins and W. Gaumnitz. bibliog 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:1-78 Ja '64; 
Excerpts. Ed Digest 29:23-5 My '64 
Do teachers deserve credit for travel? inter- 
views. P. Hampton; D. W. Stager; R. 
DiBatista; H. D. Donald. Sch Mgt 7:46-84- 
D '63 

Colleges and universities 
College proficiency examinations and honors 
programs. N. D. Kurland. Sup Stud 5:7-9 
Mr '63 
Curriculum patterns in higher education: the 
biological sciences. T. E. Furman. Higher 
Ed 19:17-21 Jl '63 
Evaluating dated credits. F. Emery. Col & 

Univ 39:319-24 Spr '64 
Extra college credit requirements for Min- 
nesota teachers. F. J. Williams, il Minn J 
Ed 44:17 Ja '64 
Standards for travel credit. E. Dyer. NEA J 
53:68 F '64 

High schools 
Carnegie unit: its origin, status, and trends. 
E. "Tonapkins and W. Gaumnitz. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:1-4 Ja '64 
CREMIN, Lawrence A. 
Strange death of progressive education; re- 
view of The transformation of the school. 
P. Nash. Ed Theory 14:65-754- Ap '64 
CRESSEY, George Babcock 
Obituary 

J Geog 63:175 Ap '64. E. H. Faigle 
CRESSKILL, New Jersey 

High school 
No land and almost no money, but Cresskill 
built this high school, il plan Nations Sch 
71:54-9 Ap '63 
CRESWELL, Oregon 

Pleasant Hill high school 
Pleasant Hill high school. C. E. Funk, il plan 
Am Sch Bd J 147:21-2 As '63 
CRICKET 
Cricket coaching behind the screens, il Times 
Ed Sup 2498:716 Ap 5 '63 
CRIME, Causes of 
Theoretical problems in the explanation of 
delinquent behaviour. G. Trasler. bibliog 
Ed Res 6:42-9 N '63 
CRIME and criminals 
See also 
Prisoners 
Probation system 
CRIME and education 
Teacher's task in combating crime. J. E. 
Hoover. Teach Col J 35:119-20 D '63 
CRIME prevention 
See also 
Juvenile delinquency — Prevention 
CRIMINAL investigation 
See also 
Chemistry, Forensic 

CRIMINALITY in children. See Juvenile de- 
linquency 
CRIPPLED children 

Clothing for children with physical handicaps. 
E. M. Boettke. J Home Econ 55:639-40 O 
'63 

Every kindergarten needs a Tino. M. Lang. 
PTA Mag 58:25 O '63 

Exploratory study of the attitudes of non- 
crippled children toward crippled children 
in three selected elementary schools. H. K. 
Billings. J Exp Ed 31:381-7 Sum '63 

Orthopedic screening in Delaware. G. W. 
Ayars and H. C. Smith, il J Health Phys 
Ed Rec 35:30-1 Ja '64 
CRIPPLED childrens school, Jamestown, North 
Dakota 

Cookie cutter. R. Echelbarger. 11 Sch Shop 
23:26-74- S '63 
CRITERIA, Test. See Tests and scales— Criteria 



CRITICAL attitude In reading. See Reading- 
Habits and skill 
CRITICAL flicker frequency. See Flicker 

phenomenon 
CRITICAL incident technique. See Behavior 

— Research 
CRITICAL thinking. See Thought and think- 
ing 
CRITICISM 
Have our schools kept us free? W. H. Boyer 
^bibhog Sch R 71:222-8 Sum '63 -^"•>'^'- 

25°241-^8^ jI'*64^™" ^' ^' ^'^°'^'^°^- ^°^ '^^Sl 

Rhetorical criticism in the Middlesex journal, 

1774. D. C. Bryant. Q J Speech 50:45-52 F 

d4 

See also 

Art criticism 

Literary criticism 

Music — History and criticism 

Speech criticism 

Student criticism 
CRITICISM of public schools. See Education— 
^r^fPll^^^^^^^' Public schools— Criticism 
CROSS-country races. See Running 
CROSS-over design. See Experimental design 
CROSSWORD puzzles 

Chemical crossword puzzle. J. J. Carnev 
J Chem Ed 40:496 S '63 "-arney. 

iP^'-^t' ^'■??l"^'Fo^.oPnMl^2'®- R- A. Schneider, 
il J Chem Ed 40:268 Mv '63 

2T-1T*f'^'64"^^^®' ^' '^- ^°^^°y- Sch Shop 
Crossword puzzles make learning fun. C. 
Schroeder. Tex Outl 48:35 F '64 
73'^90' F ^g^^^'^"^*^ puzzle. L. Hamilton. Instr 

^^.^, crossword puzzle. L. Holland. Am 
Biol Teach 26:275-6 Ap '64 ■^'^"'^"u. Am 
'63 turkey. L. Hamilton. Instr 73:96 N 

CROWDER, Norman A. 

t498'^72l"Ap*5®'6™^°'^*"®" ^°'^ Times Ed Sup 

CRUCIFIXIpN of Christ. See Jesus Christ— 
Crucifixion 

CRUELTY to children 

Protective casework for abused children. 

J. D Delsordo. Children 10:213-18 N '63 
Toward prevention of child abuse; Children's 

hospital of Philadelphia. M. G. Morris and 

CRY°te-Se'^'fenVs^5J!.tn^i^ '''■''-'' ^^ ''' 
CRYSTAL models. See Crystallography— Models 
CRYSTALLIZATION 

See also 
Zone melting 

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 

J,?i^J, + structure analysis for under- 

lltl^llf:4 My'^6T'''^'^- '' ^'^^' J ^^^"^ 
See ulso 
Isomorphism 

Models 
SP'^^'-.P^^^.^'s foi" demonstrating crystal field 
^A^]\^^?--^2^^ J-,.?^- Lambert, il J Chem Ed 
Ed 41:41-3 Ja 64 

CRYSTALS 

Crystals, minerals, and chemistry. D. Mc- 

Ed^'^o" 12"l5 O ¥3 ^^^^o^'^- ^*^"o^ J Chem 

Using the overhead projector to demonstrate 

the growth of crystals from a melt W D 

Romey. Sci Teach 31:57-8 Mr '64 

CUBA 

See also 
Communism and education— Cuba 
Education — Cuba 
CUBAN refugees. See Refugees, Cuban 
CUBAN students in the United States 

on^A ^1^^9}?F^ ^°^u program. Higher Ed 

/!U:14 Mr 64 
Operation: adjustment. L. L. Sheeley and 

L. Burck. Clearing House 38:80-2 O '63 
Some aspects of educating the Cuban refugee 

ftudent.^^B. B. Bond. Clearing House 38: 

CUBAN teachers in the United States 

^^iV^U. professional talent being utilized in 

?a]flf:f9r/a"'6l- ^^ ^'^^ ^^^ ^^"^ ^^P" 
CUBISM (art) 
Tissue takes us to cubism. H. Souder il 
Arts & Activities 54:23-5 S '63 ^''""'''• 
CUES (psychology) 
Cue properties of words: the control of 
operant responding by rate and content of 
verbal operants. O. I. Lovaas. Child 
Develop 35:245-56 Mr '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CUES (psychOTogy) — Contmuecv 

Effect of variation in task complexity and 
displayed information on operator per- 
formance. K. Ziedman and J. Lyman, bib- 
liog J Ap Psychol 47:260-6 Ag '63 

Personality- perception: characteristic res- 
ponse to available part- cues. B. Kernpler 
and M. Wiener, biblios J Personal 32:57-74 
Mr '64 .^ ^ 

Using visual cues as an aid for memorizing 
a dialogue. T. H. Brown 11 Mod Lang J 47: 
363-6 D '63 ^. . ^.,, 

Utilization of visual information in children 

as a function of incentive motivation. C. 

D Smock and B. M. Rubin, bibliog Child 

Develop 35:109-17 Mr '64 

CUFF links „ ,. , to 

Interest lagging? try these cuff links. L. P. 
Campey. il diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:44 

CUISENAIRE-Gattegno rods. See Arithmetic- 
Teaching aids and devices 

CULTURAL anthropology. See Social anthro- 
pology 

CULTURAL centers 

Saratoga Springs, New York— Performing arts 
center (proposed) 
CULTURAL deprivation 

Administrative responsibilities for guiding a 
school staff in interrelating reading and 
the language arts; community speech pat- 
terns and their effect upon the reading 
program. D. R. Thomas. Conf on Read 
Univ Chicago 25:228-32 '63 

Anti-social behavior among disadvantaged 
youth: some observations on prevention for 
teachers. C. V. Willie. J Negro Ed 33:176- 
81 Spr '64 , , 

Arithmetic concepts of kindergarten children 
in contrasting socioeconomic areas. D. O. 
Montague. El Sch J 64:393-7 Ap '64 

Challenge of the educationally disadvantaged 
child. Z. Meckler. CTA J 60:31-1- Mr '64 

Children of the ghetto. J. Olsen. H Points 
46:25-33 Mr '64 

College and the American dream. R. J. 
Fisher, il Mich Ed J 41:28-9 Ap '64 

Culturally deprived child: a new view. F. 
Reissman. Sch Life 45:5-7 Ap '63; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 29:12-15 N '63 

Culturally deprived children in day-care pro- 
grams. E. Hosley. il Children 10:175-9 S '63 

Cure for allergy to reading. C. G. Spiegler. 
Ed Digest 29:35-8 Ap '64 

Dissatisfactions in teaching the CD child. 
P. J. Groff. Phi Delta Kappan 45:76 N '63 

East Park story. H. W. Robinson and E. L. 
Larson, il Mich Ed J 41:11-13 My '64 

Educating culturally deprived youth in urban 
centers. F. Shaw. Phi Delta Kappan 45:91-7 
N '63; Same cond. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 27:63-71 Wint '64 

Educating the superior student in the de- 
prived area school. P. B. High, bibliog f 
Am Teach Mag 48:5-64- D '63 

Equality of opportunity must be real. J. E. 
McAteer. CTA J 60:14-15 Mr '64 

Factors relating to the education of culturally 
deprived Negro youth. V. A. Clift. Ed 
Theory 14:76-82 Ap '64 

Frontal attack on cultural deprivation. F. 
G. Dickey. Phi Delta Kappan 45:398-400 
My '64 

Helping our culturally impoverished children. 
L. W. Utter. NEA J 52:28-30 N '63 

How children develop intellectually. J. M. 
Hunt, bibliog il Children 11:83-91 My '64 

Improving the education of culturally de- 
prived children; applying learning theory 
to classroom instruction. S. Bloom. Chicago 
Sch J 45:126-31 D '63 

Issues in educating the culturally disad- 
vantaged. B. A. Kaplan, bibliog f Phi 
Delta Kappan 45:70-6 N '63 

Keeping the public informed. B. M. Gudridge. 
il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no 1:27-32 '63 

Kid with two strikes against him. G. P. 
Liddle and R. E. Rockwell. 11 Safety Ed 
43:2-5 D '63 

Listen, look, and learn; listening-viewing 
center. E. S. Bemthal. II Av Instr 8:582-3 
O '63 

Low-down on dropouts; with study-discus- 
sion program by E. M. Dvivall. D. Schreiber. 
bibliog il PTA Mag 58:4-6, 36-7 N '63; Saine 
cond. Ed Digest 29:8-10 Ja '64 
Method of identifying culturally deprived 
kindergarten children. R. Larson and J. 
L. Olson, bibliog Excep Child 30:130-4 N '63 
Multicultural primers for today's children. G. 
Whipple. Ed Digest 29:26-9 F '64 



Negro American Intelligence: a new look at 
an old controversy. T. F. Pettigrew. J 
Negro Ed 33:6-25 Wint '64 
New compensatory education project estab- 
lished by McAteer act. Calif Ed 1:17-18 D 
■63 
On making the image 3-dimensional. E. Voss. 

H Points 46:59-63 Ja '64 

Parent- teacher relationship contributes to 

pupil success. M. J. Voinovich. Ohio Sch 

42:42 Mr 'C4 

Reading materials for the disadvantaged: 

from Yaki to Tlingit to Kotzebue. E. G. 

Stull. bibliog Read Teach 17:522-7 Ap '64 

Recovery of Tost talent In New York city 

schools. M. Krugman. Year Book of Ed 

1962:426-37 _ . 

Sam Shepard's faith. P. Friggens. II PTA 

Mag 58:18-20-1- Mr '64 
School administrator and the educationallj' 
disadvantaged child. I. Hott. bibliog Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:85-98 Mr '64 
School library services for the culturally de- 
prived child. R. L. Darling, bibliog f Sch 
Life 46:18-20 O '63 
Serving the unemployed retarded. P. R. Hunt. 

Mich Ed J 41:30-2 Ja '64 
Social expectations and cultural deprivation. 
R. H. Hines. J Negro Ed 33:136-42 Spr '64 
Social theory advances on the disadvantaged. 

C. Savitzky. H Points 46:54-62 F '64 
Some ways to teach culturally deprived chil- 
dren. H. Hayes, il Chicago Sch J 45:221-8 
F '64 
Supervision experiment with the disadvan- 
taged. G. L. Downing. Ed Lead 21:433-54- 
Ap '64 
Teacher looks at culturally deprived children. 
R. M. Peters. Chicago Sch J 45:22-5 O '63 
Teacher survival in difficult schools. J. M. 

Kirman. H Points 46:69-70 Ap '64 
Teaching corps: a pilot project for the 
preparation of teachers for urban schools. 
D. M. McGeoch and J. C. Copp. Nat Comm 
Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 1963: 
332-41 
Teaching science to the disadvantaged pupil. 
L. Lisonbee. bibliog Sci Teach 30:18-21 O 
'63 
Teaching strategy for culturally deprived pu- 
pils: cognitive and motivational considera- 
tions. D. P. Ausubel. bibliog Sch R 71: 
454-63 Wint '63 
We pay less by giving more. G. T. Blumen- 

son. CTA J 60:23-4 Mr '64 
What's happening in education? information 
on what various cities are doing for chil- 
dren of the poor and less educated. W. D. 
Boutwell. PTA Mag 58:25-6 D '63 
Who would teach here. M. B. Smiley. 11 PTA 

Mag 58:16-19 S '63 
Working with disadvantaged parents. L. G. 
Daugherty. NEA J 52:18-20 D '63 

Research 

Social policy and education; disadvantaged 
children. E. Van Egmond. R Ed Res 34:89- 
91 F '64 
CULTURAL differences 
American Indian education as a cultural 
transaction. M. Wax. bibliog Teach Col 
Rec 64:693-704 My '63 
Cultural translation for foreign students of 
English language and literature. A. Pincas. 
Lang Learn 13 no 1:15-25 '63 
Cultural values and employee attitudes: 
United States and Japan. A. M. Whitehill, 
jr. J Ap Psychol 48:69-72 F '64 
Response to transgression in stories by Israeli 
children. Z. Luria and others, bibliog Child 
Develop 34:271-80 Je '63 
Science-mythology relationship among Indian 
children. C. M. Charles, bibliog J Ed Res 
57:261-4 Ja '64 
Self concepts of trainee teachers In two sub- 
cultures. A. S. Phillips, bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 33:154-61 Je '63 
What else should you know about children 
you teach? H. B. Red). Instr 73:108-1- S '63 
CULTURAL exchanges. See Exchange of per- 
sons programs 
CULTURAL lag 
Cultural lag and reviewers of Webster m. 
K. W. Dykema. bibliog f AAUP Bui 49: 
364-9 D '63 
CULTURAL missions. See Rural education — 

Mexico 
CULTURAL values. See Social values 
CULTURALLY-biased science test. See Science 

— Tests and scales 
CULTURE 

Culture and education: definitions and rela- 
tions. D. Lawson. Ed Forum 28:449-56 My 
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147 



C U LT U R E — Continued 
Educational media for insisht and under- 

standins; Project CUE, culture, understand- 
ing, enrichment. K. Bloom. 11 Art Ed 17: 

14-16 My 'G4 
Folklore: a key to cultural understanding. J. 

F. Putnam. Ed Lead 21:364-8 Mr '64 
Institutional responsibilities for culture and 

the arts. H. Ransom. Ed Rec 45:16-18 Wint 

'G4 
Languages, cultures, and belles-lettres. H. B. 

Myron, jr. French R 37:176-81 D '63 
Literature in the describing of a literate 

culture. H. L. Nostrand. bibliog f French K 

37:145-57 D '63 
On making the image 3 -dimensional. E. Voss. 

H Points 46:59-63 Ja '64 
Problems in culture teaching. H. B. Lewald. 

bibliog f Mod Lang J 47:253-6 O '63 
Schools' role in the cultural renaissance. J. 

D. Weaver, il Mus Educators J 50:99-103 

N '63 
Sociological correlates of child behavior. J. 

A. Clausen and J. R. Williams, bibliog 
Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 62 pt 1:62-107 '63 

Sport and culture. R. Maheu. J Health Phya 
Ed Rec 34:30-2+ O '63 
See ulso 
Civilization 
Cultural deprivation 
Cultural lag 

Educational anthropology 
Humanism 
Intellectual life 
Intercultural communication 
United States — Intellectual life 

Research 
Leadership in a dual cultural setting: a so- 
ciometric study of cleavage between Eng- 
lish and Afrikaans-speaking school chil- 
dren and the role of the leaders in bridg- 
ing it. R. K. Muir. bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 33:253-64 N '63 
CULTURE, Evolution of. See Social evolution 
CULTURE, Primitive 
Question of primitive origins. H. B. Menagh. 
bibliog f Ed Theatre J 15:236-40 O '63 
CULTURE and education. See Educational 

anthropology 
CULTURE and language. See Language and 

culture 
CULTURE and personality. See Personality 

and culture 
CULTURE and religion. See Religion and cul- 
ture 
CULTURE areas 

Controversial image of Latin America: a 
geographer's view. J. P. Augelli; reply. 
R. H. Fuson. maps J Geog 63:161-8 Ap 
'64 
CULTURE conflict 

Research 
Anthropology and education; culture and edu- 
cation: conflict and the utility of anthro- 
pological consciousness. W. R. Shunk and 

B. Z. Goldstein. R Ed Res 34:74-8 P '64 
CULTURES (biology) 

Continuous culture of algae under high light 

intensity. R. O. Matthern and R. B. Koch. 

bibliog il diags Am Biol Teach 25:502-11 

N '63 
Laboratory exercise on the green algae^ R. 

W. Hoshaw. Am Biol Teach 26:107-11 t" '64 
Living algae in the classroom. R. C. Starr. 

Am Biol Teach 26:112-13 F '64 
Performing fungi. R. Emerson, biblioff Am 

Biol Teach 26:90-100 F '64 
Use of algae and other plants in the de- 
velopment of life support systems. C. H. 

Ward and others, bibliog il Am Biol Teach 

25:512-21 N '63 
See also 
Bacteria — Cul ture 
Tissues — Culture 
CUMULATIVE record cards. See Personnel 

records 
CUPERTINO, California 

High school 
Coaching with a TV tape recorder. 11 Schol 

Coach 33:56-8 Ja '64 
How a California high school uses closed 

TV. K. R. MacDonald. il Am Sch Bd J 

148:19-20 Mr '64 
To tape or not to tape. J. L. Morrison. 11 

Ed Screen Av G 43:134-6 Mr '64 
CURIOSITY 
Book larnin' ain't everything. J. H. Glenn, Jr. 

Am Assn Sch Adm Official Report 1963: 

153-61 



Differences between the scores of children 
with high curiosity and children with low 
curiosity on a test of general information. 
W. H. Maw and B. W. Maw. bibliog J Ed 
Res 57:76-9 O '63 

Experiments on perceptual curiosity In men- 
tal retardates and normals. D. L. Hoats 
and others, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:386-95 N '63 

Importance of fairy tales. T. F. Green. Ed 
Fonim 28:95-102 N '63 

Needed, a way to save curiosity. F. A. J. 
lanni and L. Josephs, bibliog f Sch Life 46: 
23-4 N '63 

Scientific literacy begins In the elementary 
school. A. S. Wittlin. bibliog Sci Ed 47: 
331-42 O '63 

Through curious eyes. K. Reeves. Grade 
Teach 81:8+ Mr '64 
See also 

Childrens questions 
CURRENT events 

Bibliography 
Bibliography for teachers of current events. 

M. Wolfson. H Points 45:7 My '63 
Paperbacks preferred; current problems. D. 

M. Perks. H Points 45:43-5 Je '63 

Correlation with other subjects 
Class in orbit. C. E. Peterson, jr. Clearing 
House 37:560 My '63 

Teaching 
Current events for young children. J. D. 
Harris. Nat El Prin 43:37-9 F '64 

Elementary schools 

Current affairs, special events, and civic 
participation. D. M. Eraser. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 32:131-49 '62 

Current events in the classi-oom. A. Cris- 
cuolo. El Sch J 63:427-9 My '63 

Teaching aids and devices 
Surveys for cities. D. Floyd, il Tex Out! 47: 
12-13 Ag '63 

Teaching methods 

Thank you, Mr President. I. Tiedt and S. 
Tiedt. Clearing House 38:345 F '64 
CURRICULUM 

Balanced curriculum: policy statement 
adopted by the Board of managers. National 
congress of parents and teachers. Wis J Ed 
96:11 D '63; Same. Sch & Soc 92:87 P 22 
'64 

Creativity and the curriculum. L. J. Rubin. 
Phi Delta Kappan 44:438-40 Je '63 

Curriculum and disordered behavior. W. C 
Rhodes, bibliog Excep Child 30:61-6 O '63 

Curriculum developments; ed. by M. W. 
Barnes. See issues of Educational leader- 
ship October 1962-May 1963 

Curriculum insight and implications. I. Ap- 
plegate. Minn J Ed 44:7 N '63 

Longer school year. K. Gage. Minn J Ed 44: 
12-13 O '63 

PTA standards and stand on public educa- 
tion. M. E. Jenkins. 11 PTA Mag 58:2-3 
N '63 

Pressures on pupils in the school. O. L. 
Davis, jr. Ed Lead 21:423-8 Ap '64 

Requirements for major curriculum revision; 
excerpts from New curricula, ed. by R. W. 
Heath. J. R. Zacharias and S. White. Sch 
& Soc 92:66-72 F 22 '64 

Understanding ourselves and others. A. 
McCarthy, il Minn J Ed 44:8-9 N '63 
See also 

Community resources — Educational aspects 

Courses of study 

Construction 
See Curriculum development 

Core program 

Research 
Teacher role expectations and the Internal 
organization of secondary schools. S. Soles, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:227-38 Ja '64 

Colleges and universities 
New Colgate plan of education. Sch & Soc 

92:115 Mr 21 '64 
Social science core. G. Breathett. Improving 

Col Univ Teach 11:225-7 Autumn '63 

High schools 
Slow learner in the academic high school. M. 
B. Slack and M. A. Boyer. Bd Lead 21:380- 
3+ Mr '64 



148 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CURRICULUM —Core program — Continued 
Junior high schools 
Core and activities at Como Park W. B. 

Jenninss. il Minn J Ed 44:12 F '64 
Peer acceptance in core and noncore classes. 
G. Forlano. J Ed Res 57:431-3 Ap 64 

Differentiation . . , . , 

Acceleration or enrichment in the oumor high 

schools. M. Reich.^H Points 45:49-51 N 63. 

Same. Nat Assn Sec Sch Pnn Bui 47.19-/1 

Acceleration versus enrichment. G. A. Swen- 
son. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prm Bui 47.9-10 O 

Action research study in arithmetic. O. B. 
Aftreth and i). G. MacEachern. Arith ieach 
ll:oO-2 Ja '64 , T. ^v, ., ^f 

Arithmetic enrichment through, the use of 
the modified program. C. A. Kiedesel. Arith 
Teach lU:501-3 D '63 ^ ., c, v. . j. co. 

Art eurichmeat. M. Sheridan, il Sch Arts 63. 

Chal'lenge^ to health educators; development 
01 a program for the gifted. W. C. Bur- 
gess. J Sch Health 33:395-8 N '63 

Curriculum for the gifted. ,D. A. Worcester. 
Am Sch Bd J 146:13-14 Je 63 

Education without a roof. N. Parent. Ed 84. 
235-41 D '63 . . , . . ^ 

Educational media for insight and under- 
standing; Project CUE. culture, under- 
standing, enrichment. K. Bloom, il Art Ed 
17:14-16 My '64 

Enriching the reading program for superior 
readers. N. Criscuolo. El Sch J 64:26-30 

Enrichment by means of a seminar program 
L D. Lanphere. Nat Assn Sec Sch Pnn Bui 
47:62-4 D '63 ., .. * ^ 

Enrichment lor gifted pupils: its nature and 
nurture L. M. Lessinger. bibliog Excep 
Child 30:119-22 N '63 , . ^ ^ , 

Enrichment program for. high schools in 
Puerto Rico. A. C. Quintero Al Faro and 
others. Sup Stud 6:16-19 N '63 

Experiment of differentiated instruction in 
the Soviet secondary school. M. A. 
Mel'niicov. Soviet Ed 5:17-25 Ja '63 

Gifted underachiever. J. Cauthen. il Tex Outl 
48:30-1 Ap '64 f^ a t> t 

Integrated program for the gifted, it. i-i. 
Hamm. Minn J Ed 44:8 D '63 , ^ 

Iterative methods in high school algebra. A. 
R. Hesse, bibliog il Math Teach 57:16-19 
Ja '64 

Jackson State enrichment program for stu- 
dents from Negro high schools. L. E. Wil- 
liams. Sup Stud 6:20-3 N '63 ^ ^ .^ , 

Metric system in grade 6. D. R. Bowles. 
Arith Teach 11:36-8 Ja '64 ,^ . . 

Mississippi college's quest for quality; Project 
enrichment. J. E. McAllister. J Sec Ed 38: 
14-18 O '63 .^^ ^ . ^ ^ 

Nature of enrichment for gifted students. 
L. M. Lessinger and M. V. Seagoe. bibliog 
J Ed Res 57:142-6 N '63 

Program for underachievers. S. Rein. Instr 
73:152 S '63 

Programmed instruction for curriculum en- 
richment. M. Ziskind. Nat Cath Ed Assn 
Bui 60:100-2 Ag '63 

School-time apprenticeships. D. W. Russell. 
Clearing House 38:417-19 Mr '64 

Search for the multiple effects of grouping 
junior high school pupils. J. Wilcox, bib- 
liog f Peabody J Ed 41:216-25 Ja '64 

Summer enrichment program for the excep- 
tionally talented. H. W. Harshman. 
H Sch J 47:238-46 Mr '64 

Teachers and students at work; Project en- 
richment. J. B. McAllister. Teach Col J 
35:198-201 Mr '64 

Vision of manhood; Project enrichment. J. 
B McAllister. North Cen Assn Q 38:229-33 
Wint "64 

Evaluation 

Course improvement through evaluation. L. 

J. Cronbach. bibliog Teach Col Rec 64:672-83 

My '63 
Three slants on curriculum; introspection at 

Grand Blanc. Mich Ed J 41:12 Ja '64 
What's happening in education? how can we 

determine whether new proposals are 

worth trying? W. D. Boutwell. PTA Mag 

58:25 D '63 

Research 
Curricular innovations. O. Sand and R. I. 

Miller. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:120- 

44 My '63 
Curriculum: a large order, il Mich Ed 41:12- 

14 Ja '64 



Curriculum components and organization. R. 
A. Gibboney and others, bibliog R Ed Res 
33:278-92 Je '63 

Curriculum research and the introduction of 
a foreign language into the primary school. 
H. H. Stern, bibliog Ed Res 6:86-103 F '64 

Curriculum research: problems, techniques, 
and prospects. J. B. Macdonald and J. D. 
Raths. bibliog R Ed Res 33:322-9 Je '63 

Explorations toward quality education. J. G. 
Church. Calif Ed 1:15-16 Ja '64 

Findings from Project on instruction. Pa 
Sch J 112:233-6 Ja '64 

Guidelines for organizing curriculum study. 
A. Haas, bibliog f Nat El Prin 43:52-8 Ja 
'64 

How do we educate them for 1980? NBA proj- 
ect on instruction. Schools for the sixties. 
National education association. Project on 
the instructional program of the public 
schools, il Ky Sch J 42:8-11 N '63 

Outcomes of curriculum modiflcations designed 
to foster critical thinking. N. E. Wallen 
and others, bibliog J Ed Res 56:529-34 Jl '63 

Professional organizations and education; 
professional organizations, the curriculum, 
and research. S. Elam and R. Garvue. K Ed 
Res 34:102-5 F '64 

Project on instruction; results of three-year 
curriculum study. National education asso- 
ciation. Project on the instructional pro- 
gram of the public schools. Pa Sch J 112:113 
N '63; Same. Mich Ed J 41:26-7 N '63; 111 
Ed 52:160-h D '63; Same cond. N Y State 
Ed 51:24-1- N '63 

Research in review; ed. by I. J. Gordon. See 
issues of Educational leadership October 
1962-May 1963 

Research in review; ed. by J. B. Macdonald. 
See issues of Educational leadership Octo- 
ber 1963- 

Schools for the sixties; a summary of the 
report of the NBA project on instruction. 
National education association. Project on 
the instructional program of the public 
schools, il NBA J 53:37-52 Ja '64 

Teacher role expectations and the internal 
organization of secondary schools. S. Soles, 
bibliog J Ed Res 57:227-38 Ja '64 

Bibliography 
Current curriculum developments. NBA J 52; 

47-8 N '63 

Standardization 

Differential impact of national programs on 
secondary schools. R. P. Campbell and 
R. A. Bunnell. Sch R 71:464-77 Wint '63 

More on a national curriculum for industrial 
arts. J. L. Feirer. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 52:15 
O '63 

National curriculum may come by default, 
not by design. A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 73: 
16+ Ad '64 

Time for a national effort to develop the 
social studies curriculum. R. E, Gross and 
D. W. Allen, bibliog f Phi Delta Kappan 
44:360-6 My '63 

Theories and principles 

Chart or charter: recent developments in ed- 
ucational discourse. D. L. Elliott and A. 
W. Foshay. bibliog R Bd Res 33:233-44 Je 
'63 

Cnild goes forth: ideas invite involvement. 

F. Minor. Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 
1964:50-74 

Course improvement through evaluation. L. 

J. Cronbach. bibliog Teach Col Rec 64:672- 

83 My '63 
Current trends in curriculum planning: their 

implications for music and the other arts. 

O. Sand, bibliog f Mus Educators J 50:42- 

4-f- S '63; Same cond. El Sch J 64:1-10 O 

•63 
Curriculum reform sorts out basic concepts. 

J. I. Goodlad. bibliog Nations Sch 73:68-70 

Mr '64; Same cond. Bd Digest 29:17-19 My 

'64 
Integration of the arts in the curriculum. 

G. Peterson and R. M. Borstad. Mus Edu- 
cators J 50:37-9 Ap '64 

Is a curriculum experience? R. B. Nordberg. 
Cath Ed R 61:289-03 Mv '63 

Northrop and curricular reform. P. Douglass, 
bibliog Improving Col Univ Teach 11:193- 
200 Autumn '63 

Philosophic bases of decisions probed in 
ASCD report: Criteria for curriculum deci- 
sions in teacher education. Mich Ed J 41: 
28-9 F '64 

Philosophy, a force in curriculum. B J. Steel- 
man. Tex Outl 48:22-3 Mr '64 

Social studies for today's needs J. M. Hig- 
gins. bibliog Social Studies 55:53-8 P '64 

What does a course in curriculum theory 
accomplish? J. R. Dungan and R. T. 
Hinely. J Ed Res 57:80-3 O '63 



JULY 1963— JUNE 1964 



149 



CURRICULUM — Continued 

Agricultural colleges 
Agricultural teacher education developments. 
C. R. Smith. J Teach Ed 15:77-80 Mr '64 
See also 
Agricultural education — Curriculum 

Catholic schools 
See Catholic schools — Curriculum 

Colleges and universities 

College curriculum: an academic wasteland? 

E. J. McGrath. bibliog Liberal Ed 49:235- 

46 My '63 „ ^ 

College curriculum and campus climate. P. O. 

McCoy, bibliog Liberal Ed 50:28-42 Mr '64 
Curriculiun patterns in higher education: the 

biological sciences. T. E. Furman. Higher 

Ed 19:17-21 Jl '63 
Entry of science and history in the college 

curriculum, 1865-1914. S. B. Barnes. Hist 

Ed Q 4:44-58 Mr '64 
Freshman English: college stepchild. R. H. 

Byrns. Ed Rec 44:354-9 O '63 
Gains in various measures of communication 

skills relative to three curricular patterns 

in college. W. B. Michael and others. Ed 

& Psychol M 23:365-74 Sum '63 
Humanism and universities; more flexible 

courses. W. Wright. Times Ed Sup 2529: 

671 N 8 '63 
Non-western studies in Indiana undergradu- 
ate education. J. M. Thompson. Teach 

Col J 34:148-52 Mr '63 
On improving college teaching. J. W. Gustad. 

il NEA J 53:37-8 Mr '64 
Survival of the liberal arts college. E. J. 

McGrath. Higher Ed 20:3-6-1- N '63 
Timeless and the timely in undergraduate 

education. A. Simpson. Col & Univ 38:391-8 

Sum '63 
See nlso 
Majors and minors 

California 
Toung writer and higher education; creative 
writing curricula in California colleges. W. 
Graves. CTA J 60:22-4 Ja '64 

Great Britain 
Education as investment in man. E. Ashby. 
Overseas 3:8-14 Mr '64 

New York (state) 
New Colgate plan of education. Sch & Soc 
92:115 Mr 21 '64 

Russia 
In step with the people, in step with life. V. 
N. Stoletov. Soviet Ed 5:3-12 Jl '63 

Elementary schools 

Curriculum frills must go. C. E. Gross. Na- 
tions Sch 72:41-2 S '63 

Elementary school in the city: a conference 
report; curriculum. H. K. Mackintosh. Sch 
Life 45:16-18 Jl '63 

Guidelines for organizing curriculum study. 
A. Haas, bibliog f Nat El Prin 43:52-8 Ja 
'64 

How much can and should we teach our chil- 
dren? W. D. Rader. bibliog El Sch J 64: 
137-42 D '63 

Interrelationship of knowledge. R. W. Tyler. 
Nat El Prin 43:13-21 P '64 

Let's keep our perspective. H. Heffeman. 
Calif Ed 1:25-7 O '63 

Program for underachievers. S. Rein. Instr 
73:152 S '63 

Quality vs quantity. W. C. Jordan, il Ohio 
Sch 41:14-15-1- S '63 

Role of elementary science in the curriculum 
of the elementary school. A. M. Henry. Sci 
Ed 48:81-2 F '64 
See also 

Subject preferences — Elementary school stu- 
dents 

Bibliography 

Selected references on elementary- school in- 
struction; curriculum (cont) comp. by D. 
Johnson and W. L. Prentice. El Sch J 64: 
51-3 O '63 

Russia 

On eliminating the overburdening of school- 
children. M. N. Skatkin. bibliog Soviet Ed 
Ed 6:3-16 D '63 

Engineering colleges 
iSee Engineering colleges — Curriculum 



First grades 
Curriculum in grade one. L. Weber. Ed 83: 

567-9 My '63 „, „, 

Education without a roof. N. Parent. Ed 84: 

235-41 D '63 

High schools 

Can your high school graduates get jobs? 
J. A. McNeil. Sch Mgt 8:90-2 Ap '64 

Conant report after five years; The Ameri- 
can high school today. J. Abramowitz; 
W. H. Evans; R. S. Peterson. H Sch J 46: 
258-84 My '63 

Courses under review! are they frills and 
fads? satire. A. J. Taylor. Clearing House 
38:182-4 N '63 

Curricular gaposis; our most curious short- 
coming. B. Sweeney. Clearing House 38:336- 
8 F '64 , „ r 

Curricular innovations. O. Sand and R. I. 
Miller. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:120- 
44 My '63 , , . , 

Curriculum and method in the academic high 
school: some fundamental considerations. 
W. H. O. Schmidt, bibliog Int R Ed 8 
nos3/4:344-55 '63 

Curriculum frills must go. C. E. Gross. Na- 
tions Sch 72:41-2 S '63 

Curriculum problems regarding early school 
leavers. W. H. Bristow. Ed Digest 29:13-15 
Ap '64 

High school computer programmer curricu- 
lum. M. W. Wood and R. G. Espegren. il 
J Bsns Ed 39:104-5 D '63 

How practical is the intellectual movement? 
W. L. Craig. Nat As.sn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
47:34-7 D '63; Same. Sch Activities 35:114- 
16 D '63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:36-7 
Mr '64 

Impact of World war I on the American high 
school: excerpts from Shaping of the Amer- 
ican high school. E. A. Krug. Sch & Soc 92: 
161-71 Ap 4 '64 

Importance of the physical sciences in the 
curriculum. W. F. Libby. Teach Col J 35: 
109:10 D '63 

Industrial-vocational guidance; the traveling 
class room. D. C. Moser. H Sch J 47:317-23 
Ap '64 

Invisible student in the comprehensive high 
school. F. B. Lindsay. J Sec Ed 38:4-7 O 
'63; Same cond. Ed Digest 29:34-6 D '63 

Johnny wants a job. T. M. White. Clearing 
House 38:264-7 Ja '64 

Let alumni evaluate your school's success. 
R. H. Davis. Ohio Sch 42:25-f F '64 

Letter to Robin. A. H. Krebs. Ag Ed Mag 
36:11 Jl '63 

Major problems in youth employment. H. E. 
Salinger. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:21- 
33 Ap '64 

On improving the diffusion of knowledge. 
F. Keppel. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:3- 
9 Ap '64 

Profile of the current secondary social studies 
curriculum in North central association 
schools. B. A. Masia. bibliog f North Cen 
Assn Q 38:205-13 Fall '63 

Relationship of high school curriculum ex- 
periences to college grade point average. 
J. P. Giusti. Ed & Psychol M 23:815-16 
Wint '63 
Secondary school administrators look at cur- 
ricular weaknesses. F. M. King and J V. 
Moon. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:10-14 
Mr '64 
Secondary- school curricular areas: issues and 
developments. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
47:1-160 N '63 
Social stresses and strains on children and 
youth: some implications for schools. W. C. 
Kvaraceus. H Sch J 47:140-5 Ja '64 
Some schools short change students. C. J. 
Schaefer and N. W. Prichard. Voc Guid Q 
11:278-81 Sum '63 
Specialized high schools for gifted students? 
A. M. Bnzmann. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 47:1-7 D '63 
Student-ability levels in industrial arts. M. 
L. Schmitt. Sch Shop 23:13-14-f F '64 

Trail-blazing books revisited; a second look 

at The emerging high school curriculum. 

H. Spears. Phi Delta Kappan 45:101-3 N '63 
What is the next curriculum breakthrough? 

R. Maguire. J Sec Ed 38:81-3 N '63 
Work- study programs: an integral high 

school curriculum. C. L. Reeve. J Sec Ed 

39:38-42 Ja '64 

Canada 
Secondary curriculum broadened; Nova Sco- 
tia. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 2d quarter:76 '63 



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CURRICULU M — High schools — Continued 
Great Britain 
Curriculum reform. Times Ed Sup 2539:106 

Ja 17 6i 
Intention timetable; alternative for the 
secondary school. R. T. Kivington. Times 
Ed Sup 2547; G47 Mr 13 '64 ^ . -d 

Learning to live. R. S. Rothwell and A. B. 
;rookey. il Times Ed Sup 2498:702-3 Ap 5 

Views on general studies. Times Ed Sup 2504: 

1077 My 17 '63 

Israel 
Social studies in Israeli academic high schools. 
S. Kelman. Social Studies 55:43-6 F '64 

Latin America 
Secondary education in Latin America. I. 
Salas. il Phi Delta Kappan 45:173-7 Ja 64 

Russia 

Basic trends of production training in sec- 
ondary school. D. A. Epshtem. Soviet Ed 
5:25-31 Ja '63 . ^^ , 

Dilterentiated instruction m the upper grades 
of secondary schools with production train- 
ing. Soviet Ed 6:34-5 Mr '04 

Differentiation of general education in sec- 
ondary schools. P. Kudnev. Soviet Ed 5: 
12-24 My '63 . J . . .• • ^v. 

Experiment of differentiated instruction in the 
Soviet secondary school. M. A. Mel'nikov. 
Soviet Ed 5:17-25 Ja '63 - ,^ * 

Foreign language curriculums for ninth to 
eleventh grades. Soviet Ed 5:15-18 O '63 

More on differentiated instruction in the 
upper grades of the general education 
school. N. K. Goncharov. Soviet Ed 5:25-3<i 
My '63 . . 

Junior colleges 

Education for business data processing tech- 
nicians. N. E. Watson, il Calif Ed 1:23-5 

Junior college, fish and fowl. G. W. Smith, 
il III Ed 52:190-2-f Ja '64 

Junior college to offer nunses' traimng. 
Chicago Sch J 45:186-7 Ja '64 . 

Nursing education, a community service. E. 
O. Toews and W. Hiatt. il Calif Ed 1:19- 
20+ Mr :64 . ^ ^ -u ■ , ^ 

Outcomes in vocational and technical educa- 
tion in the junior college. R. J. Thompson. 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 1:371-83 '63 

Sui-vey of facts and attitudes concerning 
junior college offerings in education in 
eighty-three western junior colleges, Jan- 
uary 1962. D. K. Gast and J. B. Barnes, 
bibliog J Teach Ed 14:391-8 D '63 

Junior high schools 
Acceleration versus enrichment. G. A. Swen- 
son. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 47:9-10 

Business education in the junior high school. 

H. C. Gulbrandson. Bal Sheet 45:348-9 + 

Ap '64 
Junior high school: a changing view. W. M. 

Alexander. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 

15-24 Mr '64 
JHS in transition. G. A. Gogo. Clearing 

House 38:275-7 Ja '64 
Principal as educational leader of his school. 

C. E. Buell. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48: 

144-57 Mr '64 
Survev of the junior-high-school curriculum. 

G. S. Wright and E. S. Greer. Ed Digest 

29:43-5 D '63 
Teacher role expectations and the internal 

organization of secondary schools. S. Soles. 

bibliog J Ed Res 57:227-38 Ja '64 
See also 
Subject preferences — Junior high school stu- 
dents 

Kindergarten 

Exposure, expansion, exploration, il N Y 

State Ed 51:8-11 D '63 
Kindergarten; education or babysitting? M. 

Church, il El Sch J 64:18-23 O '63 
Methods leadership. O. Frolova. Soviet Ed 

5:35-8 Mr '63 
Parents question, workishops answer. A. 

Hubert. Grade Teach 81:20+ O '63 
Questions parents ask. H. HefCeman. il 

Grade Teach 81:21+ Ja '64 

Primary grades 

Education which the world needs. R. Dottrens. 
Ed Digest 29:1-4 S '63 

Primary school curricula and syllabuses re- 
forms in 1961-1962. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 3d 
quarter:144-6 '63 



Private schools 
Francis Parker school shares private lessons 
with public schools. A. H. Rice, il Nations 
Sch 72:48-52+ S '63 

Summer schools 
Summer studies in success. L. M. Lessinger. 
il Calif Ed 1:11-12 D '63 

Teachers colleges 
See Teachers colleges — Curriculum 

Theological schools 
See Theological schools — Curriculum 

California 
Assuring the place for art in the school cur- 
riculum. R. W. Reynolds. Calif Ed 1:17-18+ 
F '64 

Canada 
Canada; report on educational developments, 
Sept. 1962-June 1963; curricula and methods. 
Canadian education association. Can Ed 
Res Digest 3:76-8 Je '63 

Great Britain 

Sanhedrin; Schools council for the curriculum 
and examinations. Times Ed Sup 2548:741 
Mr 20 '64 

Schools' examination council; Lockwood re- 
port proposals. Times Ed Sup 2548:740 Mr 
20 '64 
See also 

Great Britain — Ministry of education — Cur- 
riculum study group 

Russia 
Curricula. Int Bur Ed Bui 37 2d quarter:85 '63 
Education and the Soviet state. R. Wid- 

mayer. bibliog Ed 84:87-91 O '63 
It's time to determine the volume of knowl- 
edge. K. Ivanovich and others. Soviet Ed 6: 

35-8 Mr '64 
CURRICULUM committees. See Committees, 

Educational 
CURRICULUM construction. See Curriculum 

developm