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Lemley, Charles R. – College Student Journal, 1982
The United States Constitution guarantees freedom of speech to all citizen students. However, this right is not absolute. There is a point at which the right to free expression must be curtailed in the interest of providing the most effective teaching and learning environment. (Author/RC)
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Court Litigation, Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education
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Buckalew, L. W.; Daly, J. D. – College Student Journal, 1982
Explores problems plaguing precollege psychology courses, including inadequate teacher preparation and nonscientific curricular orientations. Integration with student-responsive and life-oriented presentations is needed. An activity orientation for student involvement in psychology courses is stressed and a basic content recommended. (Author/JAC)
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Curriculum Design, Program Effectiveness, Psychology
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Francis, Roy G.; O'Brien, Gregory M. St. L. – College Student Journal, 1982
Presents the theory that to understand himself/herself in humanity, the college student must encounter cultural diversity on the campus through language, sharing of sub-cultures and the presence of diverse cultures. The college degree is not the end goal but establishes the need for life-long learning and growth. (RC)
Descriptors: College Curriculum, College Students, Cultural Activities, Cultural Differences
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Kazalunas, John R. – College Student Journal, 1982
Many college students are in trouble with alcohol. Many others are risking problems because of the manner in which they drink. Understanding the college student with drinking problems, role models, and a well thought out prevention program will help to alleviate the problem of the drinking college student. (Author)
Descriptors: Alcohol Education, Alcoholic Beverages, Alcoholism, College Students
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Applegate, Jimmie R.; Young, Timothy W. – College Student Journal, 1982
College and university teacher education programs confronted with declining enrollments and budgetary restrictions, should consider the strategies of refocusing, renewing, or reducing to maintain quality programs, including redirection of program foci and faculty activities, faculty retraining, and elimination of marginal programs. (Author/RC)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Declining Enrollment, Educational Assessment, Educational Change
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Schlesinger, Sue; Baldridge, J. Victor – College Student Journal, 1982
Suggests that one result of student activism in past decades was the formalization of student participation. Proposes student influence may be declining due to career interests and increases in state control. Outlines developments affecting student power in the 80's: campus government, student membership on trustee boards, and student lobbies.…
Descriptors: Activism, College Students, Governing Boards, Higher Education
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Lehman, Kirby A. – College Student Journal, 1981
Discusses several aspects of personality and the student teacher. Suggests that the personalities of student teachers can be affected by their experience in student teaching and by contact with the supervising teacher. Research indicates that the majority of personality changes were in a positive direction. (Author)
Descriptors: Change Agents, Higher Education, Personality Change, Personality Development
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Blum, Paul Von – College Student Journal, 1981
Explores the domain of personal counseling for faculty in contemporary higher education. Desirable personality characteristics of the teacher-counselor are examined and a range of traditional counseling problems are identified. Suggests there is an appropriate role for counseling that should be rewarded as a valuable dimension of college teaching.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Counselor Role, Higher Education, Personality Traits
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Pinsky, Sheldon – College Student Journal, 1981
Discusses elements of change exemplified by trends in Black student enrollment and counseling and the resultant implications for counselor training. Suggests it is only by means of increased sensitization, achieved through additional training and life experience, that student personnel staff can provide effective pro-active counseling for minority…
Descriptors: Black Students, Counseling Techniques, Counselor Client Relationship, Counselor Role
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Monnig, Joan Quigley – College Student Journal, 1981
Describes the school counselor's role in establishing a good working relationship with school personnel. Describes counselor's role as a consultant in ascertaining needs of students, parents, and community. Suggests teachers and counselors can work together to develop guidance techniques for students. (Author/JAC)
Descriptors: Consultants, Counseling Services, Counselor Role, Counselor Teacher Cooperation
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Aho, Mary Louise – College Student Journal, 1981
Urges that activities which provide opportunities for students to develop interviewing skills should occur each year in the elementary curriculum, beginning with kindergarten. Suggests role playing and other activities can help provide self-assurance needed when students leave school and prepare for employment interviews. (Author/JAC)
Descriptors: Career Development, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Employment Interviews
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Rousseau, Mark O. – College Student Journal, 1977
This paper examines reforms proposed and initiated for the purpose of reducing inequalities of opportunity for higher education. Traditional differences in college-going opportunities have not diminshed. Implications of several strategies for dealing with this situation are discussed. (Author)
Descriptors: College Students, Educational Discrimination, Educational Problems, Financial Support
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DeMitchell, Todd A. – College Student Journal, 1977
This article is to raise questions and stimulate awareness of possible legal ramifications of one level of education being extended to a higher level of education. The Lau v. Nichols decision was chosen. The college administrator needs to be aware of this possibility of extension. (Author)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Civil Rights, Educational Opportunities, Equal Education
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Readence, John E.; Bean, Thomas W. – College Student Journal, 1977
Cognitive style, the impulsivity-reflectivity dimension, is reviewed as an individual difference that does significantly affect a learning/teaching situation. Relevance of impulsivity-reflectivity for learners in a problem-solving situation is established. Conclusions emphasize the importance of this individual difference. (Author)
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Cognitive Style, Conceptual Tempo, Creativity
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Kazalunas, John R. – College Student Journal, 1977
This article addresses criterion-referenced vs. norm-referenced tests. Its purpose is to help the reader become acquainted with the uses, accountability, advantages, and statistical differences between these two types of tests. (Author)
Descriptors: Accountability, Criterion Referenced Tests, Elementary Secondary Education, Group Norms
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