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111. The Period of Adolescence.

(3) II. M W F, 2.

Associate Professor BREITWIESER

Prerequisite: Education 110 or equivalent.

Behavior of youths between the ages of 12 and 18 and during the post-adolescent period, 18 to 24. Special psychological problems of adolescence.

112. Growth and Development of the Child. (2) I. M W, 4.

Prerequisite: Education 110.

Associate Professor BREITWIESER

With special emphasis upon the physical basis of education.

114. Elementary Statistics. (2) Either half-year. Th, 4–6.

Professor RUCH Statistical methods necessary to educational research and their application to the results of measurement.

115. Intelligence Levels with Educational Applications. (2) I. Tu, 4-6. Professor RUCH

Prerequisite: Education 110 and a course in mental testing or its equivalent.

History, organization, and application of mental tests in the schools. Methods of treating superior and subnormal pupils. Brief reviews of systems of psychological measurement.

116. An Introduction to the Study of Atypical Children. (2) I. Th, 4–6. Dr. FRENCH

Prerequisite: Education 110 or equivalent.

The part of the senses in the educative processes, with special reference to visual and auditory difficulties and mental deficiency.

117. Psychology of High School Subjects. (3) I. M W F, 2.

Associate Professor BREITWIESER

Prerequisite: Education 110 and 170 or equivalent. Behavior, capacities, accomplishments, and attitudes of pupils and teachers.

119. Measurement and Experiment in Education. (3) Either half-year. M W, 4-5:30.


Prerequisite: Elementary statistics. Notable experiments in kindergarten, elementary, and junior high school teaching and administration. Practical application of the measurement program in actual school situations. Training in the use of educational tests, in tabulating and interpreting results, and in making recommendations for adjustment. Local schools will be used as a laboratory.

Principles of Education

120. Principles of Education. (2) Either half-year.
Prerequisite: Education 101, 110.
Preliminary survey of the theories and general
to education in a modern democratic society.

Tu Th, 9.

Professor RUGH principles applying

Elementary Education

(3) Either half-year.

Associate Professor MEAD

130. Elementary Education.

I, M W F, 10; II, Sec. 1, M W F, 9; Sec. 2, M W F, 10.

Prerequisite: Education 101; 110 (completed or taken concurrently). Aim, function, work, and attainable goals of the elementary school as a basic part of the American system of education; its relations with the community and the other schools of the American series.

131. Special Problems of Teaching in Elementary Schools. (2) Either half-year. Associate Professor MEAD, Dr. FowLKES

I, S, 10:30-12:30; II, Tu Th, 4. Prerequisite: Education 130. Teaching problems in elementary school subjects: reading, English composition, spelling, geography, history, arithmetic, etc. Observation and criticism of lessons taught in the University Elementary School.

132. The Supervision of Instruction in Elementary Schools. (2) Either half-year. W, 4-6.


Objectives of public school education and the function of various types of supervision in relation to their achievement. Relation of scientific administration to curriculum development, student welfare, methods of teaching, educational equipment of schools, and growth of the teacher.

133. The Use of Tests in Improving Elementary Instruction. (2) I. Tu, 7:30-9.30.


Statistical technique necessary to proper interpretation and presentation of testing data; use of results in directed teaching and supervision, experimentation, classification, diagnosis and guidance of pupils. For principals, teachers in service, and advanced students.

134. Reading in the Elementary School. (2) II. Tu, 7:30-9:30.


Objectives, criteria for selection of material, types of reading lessons, the laws of learning applied to reading, diagnostic and remedial instruction, use of tests. Observation and criticism of lessons in the University Elementary School. For teachers in service and advanced students.

137. Rural School Supervision and Administration. (3) Either half-year. M Tu W, 11. Assistant Professor KERN

The problems of the teacher and supervisor in the administration of the rural school with special reference to organization, instruction, management, and supervision.

139. The Elementary Curriculum. (2) Either half-year. S, 8:30-10:30. Dr. FoWLKES What should be taught in the elementary schools; recent literature on the making of modern curricula. For teachers of experience and advanced students.

Educational Organization and Administration

140. The Teacher and Administration. (2) I. Tu Th, 9.

Associate Professor PETERSON Principles of educational administration as applied to the duties and responsibilities of the classroom teacher.

141. The Administration of City School Systems. (2) Either half-year. Tu Th, 2. Professor HART

Interpretation of the principles and policies involved in city school organization and administration.

142. The Administration of State School Systems. (2) Either half-year. Tu Th, 2. Professor KEMP

The organization and administration of state school systems with special reference to the inter-relation of federal, support and organization.

143. Administration of Secondary Education.

state, and county

(2) I. Tu, 4-6.

Professor HART

Prerequisite: Education 170, 141, and 142. Provision will be made for extensive field work and practical application of principles of administration. Registration limited to graduate students or experienced administrators.

145. Problems in Public School Finance in the United States. (2) II.
Tu Th, 3.
Associate Professor PETERSON
Prerequisite: Education 140 or 141 or 142, or teaching experience.
Methods and problems of financing public education in the United
States, with special attention to California.

148. Public Education in California.

(2) Either half-year.

Associate Professor PETERSON

Two sections, Tu Th, 8, 10. Organization and administration of the California school system, as given in the School Law of the State and as interpreted by the rulings of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Attorney General. Required for teachers' credentials.

151. Administration of the School Health Program. (2) II.

Tu Th, 10. Assistant Professor BOLT Limited to students whose major is education and whose special interest is educational administration. Organization and administration of school health work; public health aspects of school hygiene in relation to school physician, nurse, principal, and teachers.

Vocational Education

M W F, 4.


160. Vocational Education. (3) Either half-year. Prerequisite: Education 101 or 102 and 110. Philosophy and organization of vocational education of less than college grade, with particular reference to principles underlying education for industry, agriculture, commerce, and homemaking. 161. Problems in Vocational Education. (2) Either half-year.

Th, 7:30-9:30. Prerequisite: Education 160 or 162. Mr. LEWIS Vocational surveys, junior employments, occupational analysis, trade tests, apprentice training, vocational education for adults, foremanship courses, corporation schools, current legislation, etc.

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Tu, 7:30-9:30 p.m.


Place in the school system, various groups of pupils to be served, objectives, the types of administration and organization suited to various community needs, and other factors.

163. Problems in Administering Supplemental Subjects. (2) Either halfyear. M, 4-6.

Mr. MALLARY Purpose of supplemental subjects in vocational schools, and principles underlying the organization and construction of curricula supplemental to various trades or industries, in English, mathematics, science, drawing, and social sciences. Admission only on consultation with the instructor.

164. Vocational Guidance. (2) Either half-year. S, 10-12.

Associate Professor LEE

Prerequisite: Education 110 and the consent of the instructor. Designed for vocational counselors, teachers, principals, and others interested in the problem of the guidance of youth. Origin, philosophy, and present practice in vocational guidance; important problems.

165. Commercial Education in Secondary Schools. (3) Either half-year. M W F, 8. Mr. SORENSEN

Organization, administration, and teaching.

166. Home Economics Education in Secondary Schools. year. M W, 4.

Development of contemporary theories; current


Secondary Education

170. Secondary Education. (3) Either half-year.

(2) Either halfMiss BADGLEY problems and prac

Professor WILLIAMS, Dr. FRENCH, Dr. RICE, Mr. ALLEN Six sections: M W F, 8, 9, 10, 2, 3, 4. Prerequisite: Education 101 or 102, and Education 110, already completed or taken concurrently. Functions, scope, objectives, and curricula, including the field of the junior high school, senior high school, and junior college in relation to individual and social needs.

172. Junior High School Education. (2) Either half-year.


Sec. 1, Tu Th, 8; Sec. 2, M W, 9. Prerequisite: Education 101 or 102 and 110, completed or taken concurrently. Methods, curricula, organization, and supervision.

173. The Supervision of Instruction in Secondary Schools.

half-year. M W, 1.

Prerequisite: Education 170, 140 or 141 and 142.

(2) Either


The means, procedure, standards, by which to direct the improvement of instruction in secondary school subjects.

175. Departmental Administration and Supervision in High Schools. (2) II. F, 4-6.


Problems in departmental administration and supervision in the high school. The development of curricula and the professional improvement of the teaching staff.

Social Education

180. Civic Education. (2) Either half-year.


Sec. 1, Tu Th, 8; Sec. 2, W F, 4. Prerequisite: Education 101 or 102, Education 110 or 120, and Education 130 or 170 or 172.

Education for citizenship; analysis of the ideals and habits essential for good citizenship; the part which each school subject and activity contributes to their development.

181. Social Aspects of Education. (3) II. M W F, 3.

Prerequisite: Education 110.

Associate Professor BREITWIESER

The causes and results of the social situations in present educational institutions.

182. Principles of Social Organization and Control in Public Education. (2) II. Tu Th, 4.

Prerequisite: Education 170, and 181 or 184.


Concrete problems of social organization and leadership in the school and in community groups.

184. Moral Education. (3) I. M W F, 8.

Prerequisite: Education 110 and 120.

Professor RUGH

The moral life as a personal response to the social order. The school as a means of moral education.

185. Social Adjustments of Children in Public Schools. (2) Either halfyear. Tu Th, 8. Dr. BAILEY

Prerequisite: Education 110, and 130 or 170.

Application of the technical knowledge concerning children which is being brought to bear upon schools through the services of specialists in child health, social hygiene, and mental and social adjustments. Class work and directed observation of normal children at various agelevels.


As a condition for enrollment in a graduate course the student must submit to the instructor in charge of the course satisfactory evidence of preparation for the work proposed; adequate preparation will consist normally of the completion of at least twelve units of upper division work basic to the subject of the graduate course.

The admission of undergraduates to graduate courses is limited to seniors who have an average grade of at least B in the basic courses; the study-lists limits in such cases are the limits imposed by the rules of the Graduate Division.

200A-200в. History of Education. Seminar. (2-2) Yr.

M, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Professor SWIFT Application of methods of historical research in a selected field in the history of education. Admission on consultation with instructor

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