Johnson, Hildegarde

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Effectiveness of a self-instructional program to prepare home economics teachers to teach pupils to apply generalizations 1967 1460 The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effectiveness of a self-instructional program to prepare home economics teachers to teach pupils to apply given generalizations. The criterion of effectiveness was a paper and pencil test in two equ...
Programmed instruction : theory and application 1964 1 Educational theorists have recently been given an impetus to evaluate critically their pedagogy as a result of a new interpretation of long known principles of learning. This new interpretation has the dynamic potential to cause a reformation of pres...
Educational concepts which home economics teachers in North Carolina accept and believe they apply 1961 2 Home economics educators have given much thought to the problems of what and how to teach, how to evaluate results and the place of home economics in the total school program. They have recommended changes in methods of teaching and in evaluation whi...
Appraisal of home economics teachers' ability to apply three basic concepts of home economics education 1962 2 The need for good teaching has been emphasized as those both inside and outside the field of education have been critically examining our school system. Its importance has been pointed out by Ryans, who believes good teaching can lead to an enlighten...
Development of a test to measure the ability of home economics teachers to apply certain accepted educational concepts 1962 1 A beginning teacher is confronted daily with new and challenging classroom situations. Both consciously and unconsciously she develops an individual pattern of behavior in dealing with these situations. She has been exposed to a large volume of educa...
Home economics teachers and programmed instruction, an explanatory inquiry 1963 2 Programed instruction is new; its worth as a teaching method is still questioned by some educators. If a classroom teacher is to evaluate and use programed instruction effectively, she needs to know its purposes and must understand and accept the pri...
Development of a self-instructional program on the sewing machine 1963 2 Modern science and technology have resulted in a tremendous increase in knowledge which has made it difficult for students and teachers to keep up with changes. These changes make education more essential to our progress. Students find themselves in ...
Revision and field test of a self-instructional program on the sewing machine 1964 3 The purposes of this study were to revise and field test the self-instructional program on the sowing machine developed by Moore. Revisions of the Sewing Machine Program, prepared from the recommendations of a preliminary field test, included the add...
Development of an inventory to ascertain the problems and interests related to home economics of eighth grade girls in two counties in North Carolina 1965 2 The purposes of this study were to develop and to administer an inventory which would ascertain the recognized homemaking problems and interests of eighth grade girls enrolled in white and Negro schools in Duplin and Wayne counties in North Carolina ...
Organization of content for a self-instructional program for the construction of a blouse 1966 4 The purpose of the study was to organize the subject matter for a self-instructional program for the construction of a simple blouse. The organization of content for the program included the analysis of construction procedures into component skills w...
Evaluation of by-passing as a technique for adjusting a self-instructional clothing program to initial individual differences 1967 3 The purposes of this study were to initiate a by-pass system into the self-instructional clothing program developed as a part of the U. S. Office of Education Cooperative Research Project No. 5-1042 and to appraise the gated program using a field tes...
Development of an evaluation device to accompany a self-instructional program on the teaching of generalizations and cyclic individual testing and revision of the program 1967 6 The purposes of this study were to develop an evaluation device to accompany a self-instructional program on the teaching of generalizations and to administer the same program to individual subjects for the purpose of revising the program. The evalua...
Use of programmed instruction of basic sewing skills by adult women in their homes 1967 2 The purpose of this study was to determine the usefulness of a self-instructional program, Sewing Step-by-Step, in teaching adult women to sew in their own homes without the supervision of a teacher. Sewing; Step-by-Step was developed by the staff of...
Development of an evaluation device to measure quality of workmanship on a blouse 1967 4 The objectives of this study were to develop, test, and revise an evaluation device for quantitatively scoring the quality of blouses constructed by students who learned to sew by following a self-instructional program. The program was developed as ...
Effectiveness of a self-instructional sewing program when used with disadvantaged adults 1967 3 It was believed that Sewing Step-by-Step could be used by adults in a group situation in which the person in charge was not a home economist. The present study was a trial of the program in such a situation. The purposes were (1) to examine the probl...