Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 6, 1962 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 6, 1962
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ideos Inside CSC: 196 State-Wide Student Teaching Supervised Eleven members of the Colorado State College faculty make any more student teachers than it now does, and maintain its regular trios over th. , ** s ' 3aA maintain iu .ul^rr^l^ 5 ^^ Curing , % u, aca supervise the work of college students doing their student teaching oil campus. Dr. Edward J. Kelly, chairman I ,. .. *· *"««"i«iii «"·· *tfv »iaie lidu 000 ^(^ slu- ol Jie division of education, ore- dents doing their practice teach- diets the state-wide supervision '- ' ·· program will increase as CSC en rollments dimb. "More inleniive supervision ol student teachers has been sought L.. tL... --\- - i · . . . _° bv the whnnU in hi i. ik ""'^mpus public schools tor work" D, K-llI ^1 X y Stud * nt t « aoUn »- rowing this Z\±^L ^1TM*. '..«* «" by - -· 'j --w«d. itfJOK who hire teachers want those with the equivalent of w h a t TM,ege. maoe corr the trades dub apparenliccship ommendattons on and the professions label intern- Dr. Gaylord Morrison. Howard Nioemires. and James A. Stuffier. all in the education division -discussed their work. Svftn'H»n Apsvtciata Dvty The three agree that Dr. Mor ison's statement here applies al so to them. Dr. Morrison says: "I'll be a better classroom teacher in education courses on this campus because of the experience supervising students off campus. Teaching off the campus puts the student in a very realistic public school situation, exactly the sort they mus meet when he takes his first teaching position." Ninemires and Stoffler see it this way: "it's a fiae thing for ..i, , i , .; VI" TMHege professors preparing n ear Ito " ?ainS ' eachcrs ' or thc P ublic « h «^ * , ,, must be assigned go into these schools and see to off-campus public schools tor Off-campus supervision gives us _by that opportunity." Suptrvlurs W«k«ntt "Our student l*achers as well demic year 165 co 1 »ge students met their requirements in the Laboratory school at CSC. Schools over the state had «M CSC stu ing for the academic year. Grtwtti Is Fsnmii . . .?_, Tnt Dr. Donald Decker, dean of the college, made comprehensive rec- upervision of student teaching. Some of them as (he public school supervisors . em . . , L were put into effect durinc the and administrators appear to be " M-'hooi cannot handle fall quarter. vcr . v 8'*t to ** us." Ninemires : "Someday th e enrollment prob- ^ "-' thinl ' lhi l su !* rvis ° r ' « - ."-- Material* . in»lallatlon Alt styles WELLER LUMBER CO. may be expected to make it necessary tc establish over the state student teai.'hini; centers as headquarters lor college faculty supervisors in Ihe areas." by all The supervisor from the college must secure the full cooperation of the superintendent of the school system using CSC slu- Three off-campus supervisiurs- d " lts as tea:h «TM- The supervisor -- ._ _|from CSC must also assure by Swift PARK LANE ICE CREAM This Price Good Thurs., Dec. 6, throURh Sat., D«c. g. GILBERT DOWNTOWN PHARMACY 820 Eighth Strut word and action his own coopcra lion with the superintendent, the principals and local grade or sub- pet supervisors involved. Some angles in off-campus supervision are noted by Dr. MorrlKin: Pr«c«*ir« In Suptrviilnj "When 1 observe the work of a student off campus 1 always jgo into the class before it starts so as not to interrupt it. Earlier I've Ulked to the administrators and teachers involved, and also the student. I encourage the teachers to participate in extracurricular activities, to help with the school chores beyond the call I of dut. "The CSC supervisor must often be the counselor for student teachers in their personal problems as well as assisting them with constructive criticism ami advice about their classroom pro cedures. "A teacher on supervisory duty off the campus always has a public relations role. He can do much to increase the understand ing and appreciation of the CSC program in any field in which those he meets are interested. I always try to assist with information teachers who intend to be Ion the campus for graduate llstudy." Supervisory assignments are MISTER LUEGER C a r r . . . Th«rs, Dee. 6. 1S62 GREELE^JRIBUNE Page "Okay, dear--it's changed to green made by Dr. Kelly. Supervising in areu outside the Greeley school district for the tail quarter were: Dr. Morrison, northca-ieni Colorado: southern Weld and part of Boulder and Adams counties; Ninemires: Jefferson and parts of Adams and Arapahoc counties; Dr Wendell Starr, English: Loveland and Boulder; Stoffler: Boulder and Adams counties. Dr. Susan Cievenger, educational psychology and guidance: Central Weld: Mrs. Lelloine Gunning, kindergarten and elementary ed ucation: Central Weld. Ivan Eicher: Arkansas Valley Gerald Tanner and Gary Mille western slope; Dr. Ralph Kir and Marvin E. George: easte Colorado. Dr. John Fulbright, c rector of student teaching, al docs some off campus supen sion. Dr. Howard Blanchar EPG. has off-campus supervise assignments for the winter qua ter. Widefield area approved bv 453 to 37 a $350,000 bond issue BETHESDA, Md. - Chicken feathers in a 30-year-old pillow have been blamed for causing histoplasmosis, a lung fungus, in a 3-monlh-old bov. »y MKS- W. D. CHADWICK CARK-Th* Carr 4-H Club held installation of officers for the ceiv year Monday night at the home of the leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas. Thoie installed »ere: Loyd Ivie. president: Oscar White, vice president: David Brody, secretary; Luanne Thorntreasurer: Willa Chadvrk-k. song leader: Larry Thomas, reporter. The Ladies Aid Society *ill hold its annual Christmas party Wednesday at 1:45 pm. Dec. 12. at the home of Mrs. Lester Chadwick, with Mrs. George Chadwick as hostess. There will be an exchange of $1 gifts. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bentley were his sistci-ill-law, Mrs. Edith Bentley, Mrs. Ruth Cline and Mrs. Florence McLean, all of Greetey. Mr. and Mrs. Sumncr Brody and David were surprised recently when four couples arrived at their home to welcome them into Ihe community. The self-invited juests brought refreshments and la gift for the Brody home. The guests were taken on a tour .through [he little fur factory which Mr. Brody has set up". Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas and their family Springs Voters Approve Bonds For New Schools COLORADO SPRINGS (AP) Voters in two school districts a proved Tuesday bond issues more than $12 million to finan construction of 10 new schools. District No 1! voters approv by 4,601 to 2.032 an $11.7 millit issue for construction within t, city limits. District No. 3 in the Securit SAVINGS TIME RIGHT NOW! Karn daily interest compounded 2 times a year. Open YOUR savings account at The First Industrial Bank where you earn more at The First INDUSTRIAL BANK 8th Ave. at 9th St. of Qrccley and Mrs. Wubur Thomas, 5lr.| Keaua. W Va geto tU i d Mrs. Junior Dieh! aad their!from Kentucky Ohio and UEily: and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold! Virginia. « is located ia a w and Uiyd iv.hwe the three stat Make Golds Headquarters for AUTO PARTS NEW . . . 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