Citations with the tag: HOME room guidance
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- Homeroom teachers in Japan.
Rhodes, Larry N. // National Forum; Winter94, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p37
Examines the duties of `tannin no sensei' or the equivalent of United States homeroom teacher in Japan. Homeroom class as the basic social unit in school; Shared responsibility of both teacher and parents; Student-homeroom teacher relationships; Working structure of the Japanese homeroom;...
- ENCOURAGING TRENDS IN HOMEROOM GUIDANCE.
McKown, Harry C. // Education Digest; Sep1940, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p22
The article presents a reprint of the article "Encouraging trends in homeroom guidance," by Harry C. McKown, which appeared in the May 1940 issue of the "High School Journal." It discusses the trend toward a capitalization of the homeroom opportunities for guidance in the United States....
- FOUNDATIONS OF THE CURRICULUM FOR THE EDUCATION OF HOMEROOM TEACHERS.
Hutson, P. W. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Apr62, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p698
The article presents a discussion related to homeroom teachers. A great many secondary schools utilize approximately 75 per cent of their teachers as homeroom teachers. The definition of this job varies widely, depending upon the vision of the school administrator, the extent to which the school...
- HOME-ROOM ACTIVITIES.
Hutson, P. W. // Education; Apr1931, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p511
The article reviews the book "Home-Room Activities," by Iris Cleve Good and Jane M. Crow.
- Peer Victimization, Aggression, and Their Co-Occurrence in Middle School: Pathways to Adjustment Problems.
Graham, Sandra; Bellmore, Amy D.; Mize, Jennifer // Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology; Jun2006, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p349
An ethnically diverse sample of 6th-grade students completed peer nomination procedures that were used to create subgroups of students with reputations as victims, aggressors, aggressive victims, and socially adjusted (neither aggressive nor victimized). Self-report data on psychological...
- A HOMEROOM MEETING AT TROUP JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
McNamara, Marie // Education; Dec1931, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p199
The article describes a procedure developed by teachers to encourage right group thinking and behavior among students during homeroom meetings at the Troup Junior High School in New Haven, Connecticut. Key issues discussed include the primary features of homeroom meetings in the school, the...
- THE PLACE OF GUIDANCE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
Noonan, D. J. // Education; Dec1931, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p205
The article discusses the adoption of a guidance organization in elementary schools in the United States. Key issues examined include the necessity of formulating, experimenting and adopting a well-organized program of guidance in elementary schools, the range of guidance types that schools need...
- EFFECTIVE HOMEROOM GUIDANCE.
Dunsmoor, Clarence C. // Education; Jun1937, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p605
The article discusses the study on homeroom program conducted by the author. Homeroom programs have been related to guidance programs in secondary schools specifically in junior high schools. However, certain disagreements arise regarding the extent of the role of homeroom programs in guidance...
- HOMEROOM GUIDANCE IN MASSACHUSETTS HIGH SCHOOLS.
Abernethy, Thomas J. // Education; Nov1934, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p134
The article discusses the author's efforts to establish a homeroom guidance in Massachusetts high schools. A study was undertaken to determine the objectives, organization and activities of the homeroom in the high schools of Massachusetts, with some consideration of the opinion of high school...
- Guiding Homeroom and Club Activities.
Abernethy, Thomas J. // Education Digest; Mar1949, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p62
Reviews the book "Guiding Homeroom and Club Activities," by Ruth Fedder.
- DISCUSSION PANELS FOR TEACHERS' MEETINGS.
Hawkes, Franklin P. // Education; Sep1939, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p8
The article reports on the importance of discussion panels for teachers' meetings. It describes a set-up of a discussion panel which includes the social studies program, the guidance clinic, the home room programs,the subject teacher's part, the assembly and parent-teacher association programs,...
- The Demise/Vitality of the Homeroom.
Vontress, Clement E.; Dyer, J. Pope // Education Digest; Nov1961, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p46
The article presents a discussion related to the system of homerooms in the U.S. Homeroom has outlived its usefulness. Dating back to the Colonial days when students used it as a general assembly room, it is still a center of discipline where all a student does is arrive, sit, and listen, his...
- Problems of a Beginning Core Teacher.
Vars, Gordon F. // Education Digest; Dec1951, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p34
The article presents a reprint of the article "Problems of a Beginning Core Teacher," by Gordon F. Vars, which appeared in the October 1951 issue of "Educational Leadership." It discusses the impact of the very freedom and flexibility which make a core program on beginning teacher. The core...
- Smaller Learning Communities: It's Not Homeroom Anymore.
Kilby, Erin // Library Media Connection; Aug/Sep2006, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p18
The article highlights the implementation of a Smaller Learning Community (SLC) program, dubbed as Mustang Advisory Program (MAP), at Kingwood High School in Kingwood, Texas during the 2001-2002 school year. A primary goal of the SLC is to promote goal setting. The MAP adviser reviews progress...
- THE GUIDANCE PROGRAM IN THE READING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Eidam, Elsie M. // Education; Feb1934, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p330
This article presents information on the child guidance program offered at Reading, Pennsylvania-based Reading Senior High School. The purpose behind the guidance program is to find out a person responsible enough to take care of each child in the school, and make their life profitable, happy,...
- THE GUIDANCE FUNCTION OF THE HOMEROOM.
Davis, Jesse B. // Education; Dec1931, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p195
The article discusses the use of the homeroom activity period to address the lack of citizenship and character education and educational or vocational guidance in high schools in the United States. Key issues examined include clarifications on the definition of the homeroom activity period, the...
- An Unintended Consequence of a Middle School Reform: Advisories and the Feminization of Teaching.
Anfara, Vincent A.; Brown, Kathleen M. // Middle School Journal; Jan2000, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p26
The article focuses on the difficulty of implementing advisory programs at middle schools in the U.S. Advisory initiatives involve direct connection with the needs of transients or social individuals. In a research finding, most advisory programs tend to be used as homeroom periods where...
- Implementation of Affective Education: The Case of a Middle School in China's Guangzhou.
Cheng Kai Yuen // Journal of Educational Research (1027-9776); Oct2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p47
This study illustrates how affective education was realized in a middle school in Chinaâ€™s Guangzhou. It identifies an approach of affective education implemented in a three-level manner-individual level, class/group level and institutional/whole school level. It is also revealed that...
- For Holding Power â€” A â€˜Homeâ€™ in High School.
Forman, Edna // Education; Nov1958, Vol. 79 Issue 3, a p144
The article focuses on the ways of schools to increase the amount of guidance of students. At the annual convention of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, it was recommended that there be one full-time guidance person for every 200 to 300 students. One possible way to...
- Securing Right Attitudes Toward Conduct.
Nesmith, Robert W. // Education; Jan1930, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p271
The article discusses ways to encourage junior high school students to react properly to the school environment through good conduct and attitudes and not through fear. Conduct consists of habits, attitudes states of mind and emotions. Good attitudes come from desirable standards of values and...
- Guidance ï¿½ A Co-operative Venture in the Elementary School.
Schwarz, E. Terry // Education; Apr1953, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p459
The article discusses the relevance of a guidance program for children in the elementary school. A picture of the workings of such program is likened to a large wheel with many spokes, all pointing to toward the hub in the center. The hub represents the child; the spokes are the various social...