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Master of Science (MS)
William E. Mortimer
It is evident that, if industrial arts teachers have subscribed to a set of objectives to guide or give direction to their teaching program, they should be used. It is not sufficient to formulate the aims then lay them aside to collect dust. Rather these aims or objectives should be used effectively as a learning guide. Upon these objectives the teacher should build his whole program.
Randall, A. Kent, "Determining the Extent, In Terms of Behavior Growth to Which Industrial Arts Teachers in Utah are Achieving the Objective of Industrial Arts" (1954). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3717.
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