Authors

Paul E. Kerrick

Publication Date

7-1951

Advisor(s) - Committee Chair

Bert Smith, Lee Jones, Finley Grise

Degree Program

School of Teacher Education

Degree Type

Master of Arts

Abstract

  1. This study should help the teacher create a greater interest among the students for chemistry. The study should enable the teacher to do better teaching.
  2. The study was prompted by a felt need on the part of the writer and to satisfy the partial requirements for a Masters degree.
  3. The study involves three main divisions:
    1. A course of study in chemistry consisting of an introduction.
    2. A course of study in chemistry consisting of nine developed units.
    3. The means of evaluating a course of study.
  1. The scope of the study includes an introduction to chemistry usually taught in high school.
  2. Materials used were taken from as many available sources as possible.
  3. There have been no other studies in chemistry that have approached the problem in this manner.

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Educational Methods | Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching | Science and Mathematics Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development