Citations with the tag: SCHOOL shops
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- Workshop designed to draw girls to science and math classes.
// Curriculum Review; Dec92, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on a two-week workshop designed for girls entering eight and ninth grades. Purpose of the workshop; Teachers who developed the hands-on curriculum combining math and science subjects; Venue of the workshop; What the students learned in the workshop.
- Crees plan conference.
// Alberta Sweetgrass; Nov2000, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p2
Focuses on the residential school conference hosted by Western Cree Tribal Council in Edmonton, Alberta. Theme of the conference; Emphasis of conference on social service workers and Native community workers; Performance of country music star Susan Aglukark.
- ACTION LABS.
// Educational Leadership; Dec88/Jan89, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p50
Provides information for participants who wants to join intensive teaching workshops called Action Labs organized in the U.S. during March 11-13, 1988. Description of two-hour duration programs during the three days; Sessions of four and six hour duration; Table containing list of several...
- UP TO SPEED.
Coppola, Vincent // Adweek Eastern Edition; 5/6/2002, Vol. 43 Issue 19, p5
Focuses on the poster campaign made by creative directors David Oakley and John Boone for Petty's school shop in Charlotte, North Carolina. Tagline of the advertisement; Size of the poster; Theme of the ad campaign.
Chandiramani, Ravi // Children & Young People Now; 6/18/2008, Special section p3
A foreword to the "Children's Centre & Extended School Show 2008" is presented.
Chandiramani, Ravi // Children & Young People Now; 6/18/2008, Special section p18
A floorplan for the Children's Centre & Extended School Show 2008 at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London, England is presented.
- Modern School Shop Planning.
Chandiramani, Ravi // Education Digest; Dec1961, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p63
Reviews the book "Modern School Shop Planning," 3rd ed.
- Modern School Shop Planning.
Chandiramani, Ravi // Education Digest; Nov1976, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p70
Reviews the book "Modern School Shop Planning," 2nd ed.
- Fourth period in Grade 7 literacy workshop: Insights from organizational and management theories.
McAndrew, Donald A. // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy; Mar98, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p444
Argues that literacy workshops are highly organized environments. Features of the six theoretical organizational models; Characteristics of well-managed literacy workshops; Proposed revisions to theory of professional practice; Strategies of implementing the characteristics of well-managed...
- Best Way to Learn?
McAndrew, Donald A. // New Moon Girls; Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p10
The article presents responses among young readers on the effective ways of learning and the things that makes learning interesting for them including homeschooling, admission at a public school, and the regular focus on school work.
- Schools urged to check woodworking dust.
McAndrew, Donald A. // Environmental Engineering; Sep2000, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p9
Reports on the testing of workshop ventilation in secondary schools in Great Britain as of September 2000. Concerns regarding the ventilation of school workshops; Guidelines for the extraction equipment of schools; Methods in monitoring the levels of woodworking dust.
- INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCIES.
Holcombe, Anna Calluori // Ceramics Monthly; Jan2006, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p40
The article discusses the author's experience as a resident artist at the International Ceramics Studio in KecskemÃ©t, Hungary. She details the important lessons she had learned from the residency program, such as knowing the various alternatives to materials and tools not available in the...
- A Glimpse into the ICS Ceramics Collection.
Northway, Paul // Ceramics Monthly; Jan2006, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p42
The article provides information on the ceramics collection of the International Ceramics Studio in KecskemÃ©t, Hungary. The collection, apart from a few exceptions were created on site by artists from various countries, and is one of the largest contemporary ceramic collections in Eastern...
- Design diversity: Lear Corp. taps high school students for automotive ideas.
Begin, Sherri // Crain's Detroit Business; 6/16/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p29
The article offers information on Lear Corp.'s "Kids N Cars" millennial workshops at area schools across metro Detroit, Michigan. The workshops are not only allowing the company to connect with a more diverse pipeline of potential employees, but also to gather consumer research on the millennial...
Begin, Sherri // Education Week; 11/20/1985, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p19
The article presents the deadline schedules for the educational grants in the U.S. The deadline for the applications for high-school teachers of the humanities for fellowships under the Council for Basic Education's Independent Study in the Humanities program is on December 1, 1985. The...
- School Shops Aren't What They Used To Be.
Koontz, Paul // Modern Machine Shop; Nov2003, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p134
Comments on the changes in the industrial arts education in most school shops. Memories of junior and senior high school shop classes; Changes in the manufacturing process; Effects of the computer technology on the youth.
- Modern School Shop Planning.
Koontz, Paul // Education Digest; May1971, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p57
Reviews the book "Modern School Shop Planning," 6th ed.
- ASSESSMENT OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TEACHING BASIC TECHNOLOGY SUBJECT IN THE JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ILORIN METROPOLIS.
Fakomogbon, M. A.; Morakinyo, O . K .; Omiola, M. A.; Ibrahim, K . A . // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business; Feb2012, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p542
This study assessed the facilities available for teaching Basic Technology subject in the Junior Secondary schools in Ilorin metropolis. Basic Technology workshops, equipment and tools formed the basis of the assessment. The target population was all Junior Secondary school Basic Technology...
- Interkulturalizam u kurikulumu primarnog obrazovanja.
Topić, Ivana // Napredak; Apr2010, Vol. 151 Issue 3/4, p407
In the modern school curriculum intercultural education attempts to answer to the needs of the multicultural society which requires the development of positive values, such as tolerance, democracy and freedom. Interculturalism is learned by acquiring intercultural competences, which imply the...
- University Industry Linkage Programme - Case study at BITS, Pilani -- Dubai Campus.
Parashar, B. S. Nagendra // CURIE Journal; 2008, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p5
University Industry Linkage (UIL) has become the present day synonym of the modern education system barring no exception whether it is technical or non-technical education and its popularity is attributed to manifold benefits to all stakeholders viz. students, faculty, institute and the...
- FORMAÃ‡ÃƒO DE LEITORES: REFLEXÃ•ES SOBRE O TRABALHO DE UMA EQUIPE ESCOLAR.
Videira Parisotto, Ana Luzia; Guelssi Nochi, Milene // Colloquium Humanarum; jul-dez2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p47
We know that the task of teaching how to read with proficiency competes, especially, to school, without, however, dispense the support and participation of the family. Thus this research intended to verify how the school contributes to the formation of readers, analyzing how the school staff...
- USE OF ANTIBIOTICS IN PAEDIATRICS, WHAT PARENTS THINK.
Dumitra, Simona; Precup, Liana; Râpan, Daniela; Precup, I.; Radu, Andreea; Morgovan, Sabina; Lazăr, D. // Jurnalul Pediatrului; Jan-Jun2012, Vol. 15 Issue 57/58, p25
Background - The exaggerated use of antibiotics led to high rates of antibiotic resistance in our geographical area. Objective - to map the parents' attitudes and their knowledge regarding the antibiotic therapy in Paediatrics. Materials and methods - A questionnaire was used, comprising 20...
- The Reactor Game.
Travers, Joseph // Fight Master: Journal of the Society of American Fight Directors; Fall2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p6
The article presents an exercise for developing specific and dynamic reactions in a fight direction class. A fun activity called the "Reactor Game" which is used to work toward creating specific reactions in front of the whole class is presented. An overview of tools of reaction that can be...
- Spring/summer financial aid workshops scheduled.
Travers, Joseph // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 2/19/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p20
The article offers information on the 16 financial aid workshops to be implemented by SUNY Orange between early March and mid-July of 2007. All workshops are allegedly open to the general public and attendance is not limited to current or prospective SUNY Orange students. For those who wish to...
- The Surprising Shops of Bolinas-Stinson.
Travers, Joseph // Design for Arts in Education; May/Jun84, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p29
The article describes the art shop program of the Bolenas-Stinson School District, a coastal town in California. The program, which began in 1972, is offered to over 200 students from Kindergarten through eight grade. In this program, students are taught various kinds of visual arts and basic...
- Empirinis ir racionalus paÅ¾inimas XX a. pirmosios pusÄ—s Lietuvos ugdymo moksle.
Montvilaitė, Sigita // Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia; 2005, Vol. 15, p103
The first educational science works characteristic of theoretical and empirical research appeared in Lithuania in the first half of the XX century. Although the researches were not many, they show that there were educators who searched for ways of better knowing the child's mind not only from...
- Teaching the next Tiger...about engineering.
Montvilaitė, Sigita // IIE Solutions; Feb2001, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p10
Reports on a summer program headed by Sandra Harpole, a professor at Mississippi State University, called Science on the Green, which teaches middle school students about golf, physics, science, and engineering. Features of the program; Implication of the program.
- Teacher Liability in School-Shop Accidents.
Montvilaitė, Sigita // Education Digest; Mar1963, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p61
Reviews the book "Teacher Liability in School-Shop Accidents," by Denis J. Kigin.
- A State Department's Role in In-Service Education.
Divine, Sara // Educational Leadership; Mar1960, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p356
This article focuses on a states department's role in in-service education. In-service education of teachers is a by-product of activities undertaken for school improvement when there is a scientific approach to the problem. Teachers do have concern for improving their skills and understandings....
- ART IN THE SCHOOLS.
Pelikan, Alfred G. // Education; Oct1936, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p86
The article focuses on the significance of art in education, citing how many Boards of Education and parents are still ignorant and therefore apathetic. It is to some extent due to this attitude on the part of the parents that the study of art, which means drawing, painting, modelling, designing...
- Asbestos Risk Prompts Board Ban on Shop Work.
Pelikan, Alfred G. // Education Week; 11/5/1986, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p3
The article reports that the Board of Education has temporarily halted work on automobile brake linings in high school shop classes because of the risk posed by asbestos contained in the linings in New York City. The moratorium will enable the city's vocational and comprehensive high schools to...
- Teacher Taps Parents to Help With Test Prep.
Keller, Bess // Education Week; 4/14/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 31, p6
More than a dozen other parents have come to Public School 198, near Spanish Harlem, to help their youngsters do well on the exam. The two-hour workshop is the brainchild of 33-year-old Lamson T. Lam, a tall, square-jawed man who taught 4th grade for four years here, each year expanding his...
- The Shop Teacher's Role in Guidance.
Liotta, Ferdinand V. // Education Digest; Feb1952, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p23
The article presents a reprint of the article "The shop teacher's role in guidance," by Ferdinand V. Liottam, which appeared in the November 1951 issue of "The Journal of Education". The shop teacher has more opportunity than the guidance counselor to deal with educational misfits. The shop...
- Who Pays for Shop Accidents?
Kigin, Denis J. // Education Digest; Feb1962, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p44
This article focuses on the increasing number of accidents in school shops in the U.S. Any school accident resulting in medical expense may culminate in a suit for damages in which the individual teacher, the school district or both, may be named as the defendant. School-related injury cases are...
- The School Lunchroom--Workshop for Living.
Young, Epsie // Educational Leadership; Feb1947, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p314
This article focuses on school lunch service as an integral part of the overall instructional program. Today this is the thinking of children, parents, and teachers in the nine elementary schools of Orange, Texas. This has not always been the case. Six years ago these same lunchrooms were--well,...
- Variations ï¿½.
Herriott, M. E. // Education Digest; May1939, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p28
The article describes a job shop instruction technique created by California industrial arts teachers H.D. Allen and C.H. Haas. They have created a recording to help students follow instructions in the school shop. The transcriptions contain instructions for the safe operations of machines and...
- A SMALL TOWN BUILDS A TRADE SCHOOL.
Simpson, Lawrence R. // Education Digest; May1939, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p48
The article describes how a small town in the United States built a trade school. The Blue Mound High School is a seven-teacher high school with an enrollment of 148 in a town of about 500 people. The board of education conceived the idea of building and equipping a shop as a class project. An...
- School-Shop Administration.
Sears, William P. // Education; Sep1943, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p66
The article reviews the book "School-Shop Administration," by Arthur B. Mays and Carl H. Casberg.
- Beyond the Red Pen.
Moayeri, Maryam // International Journal of the Humanities; Oct2005, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p45
ï¿½Writing that is not read is like the tree that falls in the forest with no one to hear it; one wonders whether it creates any sound at all.ï¿½ (Stanford) Writing needs a purpose - a purpose other than to jump through a hoop to attain a given grade. Writing needs an audience - an...
- Designerly Learning: Workshops for schools at the Design Museum.
Charman, Helen // Design & Technology Education; 2010, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p28
This paper presents qualitative research recently undertaken by the Head of Learning at the Design Museum. The research explores how learning in the museum's workshop programme for schools is conceptualised by the museum educators who devise and teach on the programme. The study is framed by an...
- Organizacja zywienia i dzialan prozdrowotnych prowadzonych z zakresu prawidlowego zywienia oraz aktywnosci fizycznej w szkolach podstawowych.
WOLNICKA, KATARZYNA; JACZEWSKA-SCHUETZ, JOANNA // Polish Journal of Public Health; 2012, Vol. 122 Issue 4, p342
Introduction. The organization of nutrition and physical activity at school is an important element which influences the health of the student's development and disposition to learn. Aim. The study was to evaluate the organization of the nutrition and health promotion activities in the field of...
- LEARNING REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM.
Roethlein, Christopher // Proceedings for the Northeast Region Decision Sciences Institute; 2010, p531
The article offers information on the workshop entitled The Production Game designed for students to experience real life production situations in the classroom. It says that The Production Game gives lessons in communicating and understanding the definitions of quality in the perspective of the...
- Industrial Arts in the Cleveland Public Schools.
Moore, Frank C. // Education; Jun1945, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p609
This article presents information on the industrial-arts program offered in public schools in Cleveland, Ohio, as of June 1945. The program in the Cleveland Public Schools is quite extensive in nature and covers all the school years from 1 to 12. A program of primary work is being developed. The...
- Are Industrial Arts Teachers "Different?".
Pawelek, Stanley J. // Education; Jun1945, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p617
This article discusses the evolution of the philosophy of industrial arts and industrial-arts teachers in U.S. schools as of June 1945. The philosophy which resulted in the introduction of shopwork in the schools was predicted upon the theory of transfer of training or formal discipline. The...
Pawelek, Stanley J. // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa; jun2012, Issue 424, p8
No abstract available.
- Building Bridges.
Stacey, Betsy Bennett // Connect Magazine; Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p1
The article discusses a hands-on Science workshop on building bridges at the Nature Museum in Grafton, Vermont. The author states that she had been looking for a program that includes an inquiry approach to learning. Students in the workshop learned about different types of bridges such as the...
- PRESENT TENDENCIES IN YEARBOOK PRODUCTION.
Redford, Edward H. // Education; Apr1936, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p501
The article focuses on the changes that should be made in the school yearbook. The yearbook should be planned and laid out by students. Art work can be conceived and executed by students. Students must produce indoor snapshots, action pictures, and views. In many schools, the school shop has...
- THE WISDOM OF THE HANDS.
Stowe, Doug // Independent School; Spring2007, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p76
The article discusses the importance of woodworking class in school curricula. Woodworking can be a means by which more abstract subjects like geometry and algebra can be practically demonstrated. The author discusses the difference between a woodworking class used for vocational training, known...
- technically speaking.
Peckham, Susanne // Tech Directions; Apr2008, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p2
The article provides information on Shop Rat Nation, a privately funded program that holds after-school and weekend classes for middle school students that teach skills involved in the skilled trades along with math, science, teamwork, work ethic, and employability traits. It was started by...
- Back-to-School Shopping With My Mom.
Wang, Sharon // Read; 5/12/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 18, p29
The article presents the poem "Back-to-School Shopping With My Mom," by Sharon Wang. First Line: Red, she says, jabbing; Last Line: like Clifford the Big Red Dog.