ERIC Number: ED327569
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association (18th, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 8-10, 1989).
Petry, John R., Ed.; Emanuel, Walter C., Jr., Ed.
The annual meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association (MSERA) in 1989 included over 300 research reports presented in various sessions. Abstracts of discussion sessions, display sessions, symposia, and training sessions are presented on the following topics: (1) home schooling; (2) school information profiles; (3) child involvement activities of parents; (4) laser videodisc approach to teaching clinical supervision; (5) personnel preparation programs; (6) early childhood education; (7) attitudes and attitude measures; (8) adult education; (9) a research-based curriculum model for the Mississippi band of Choctaw Indians; (10) gifted and talented students; (11) evaluation; (12) microcomputers; (13) educating at-risk students; (14) principals' supervisory behaviors; (15) mathematics; (16) teacher education; (17) child development; (18) handicapped students; (19) master teachers; (20) reading; (21) content validity of tests and test construction; (22) issues related to women and language; (23) teaching mathematics and science; (24) supply of and demand for minority teachers; (25) school administration; (26) transition studies of beginning teachers; (27) advanced measurement and analysis models; (28) student ability and achievement; (29) teacher employment and job satisfaction; (30) college personnel and the collaboration process; (31) child abuse and sexual assault and their educational and emotional impacts; (32) gender differences among students; (33) educational psychology; (34) an early childhood interagency transition model; (35) teacher evaluation; (36) research methodology; (37) curriculum; (38) ways of winning grants; (39) foreign language and art; (40) administration, public relations, and policy; (41) the Alabama drug prevalence survey; (42) educational improvement in the rural Mississippi Delta; (43) student employment; (44) curriculum and computers; (45) research utilization; (46) administration and discipline; (47) methods of surveying graduate student attitudes; (48) improving learning environments; (49) personality and cognition; (50) writing and publishing; (51) learning; (52) teacher socialization and teacher internships; (53) counseling; (54) inservice teacher education; (55) implementation of testing standards; and (56) health and attitudes. The constitution and bylaws of the MSERA are included. (SLD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Mid-South Educational Research Association, MS.
Identifiers: Mid South Educational Research Association