Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Bert Smith, Lee Jones, Finley Grise
School of Teacher Education
Master of Arts
- 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.
- The study was prompted by a felt need on the part of the writer and to satisfy the partial requirements for a Masters degree.
- The study involves three main divisions:
- A course of study in chemistry consisting of an introduction.
- A course of study in chemistry consisting of nine developed units.
- The means of evaluating a course of study.
- The scope of the study includes an introduction to chemistry usually taught in high school.
- Materials used were taken from as many available sources as possible.
- There have been no other studies in chemistry that have approached the problem in this manner.
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Kerrick, Paul E., "A Course of Study for General Chemistry" (1951). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1770.