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Alus c Education IRVING CHEYETTE Dtrft ' tur of Dt ' iutrtincrit Rcct) t n i t i (.)ii i)t imisic as tunda- nicnral in the educational program em- phasizes to superintendents and school boards the importance of selectint; a music teacher of st on character and personality, soundly ileveloped mu- sicianship, and a broad educational outlook. The College has the faculf - ami equipment to offer every phase of preparation and development of music teachers and supervisors. The curriculum is desii ned to i;ive opportunity for intensive preparation in musical content and skills. Con- tinuous study of voice, piano, orches- tral and band instruments is required in a scries of musical, cultural, and professional courses. Since class instruction predominates in the teachint; of public school music, it is imperative that prospective music teachers become familiar with the technique of class management; the psychology of class teaching; the materials available for teaching voice, piano, and orchestral and band instru- ments, for all of which the Music Education Department has provided adequate and well-trained instruction. Seated: Muldowncv, M.irlin Standing: Litzingcr, Dunlap, Bcclar, Hughes, Canficid Top, Seated: Borgc, Chcycitc, Lowman, Prutzman Standing,: Stin, Rcmlcv, Rccd, Rcmsbcrg Center: Clarinet Class Bottom: Harmonv Class 21
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Art Education Mary Edna Flegal Director of Department The Art Department ' s curriculum is based on sound principles of design emphasizing creative expression. Al- though the smallest of the specialized departments, its enrollment is grow- ing, largely because of the established reputation for thorough preparation in art education. Incidentally, the ex- cellent spirit of comaraderie between faculty and students has helped spread this reputation. The art faculty in- cludes eight persons, linely equipped not only to teach special subjects well, but also to inspire their students to equal or surpass them. The art course, admittedly for lay- ing a foundation in techniques, offers opportunity for widely varied and in- tensified experiences in teaching. Its spirit is one of broadminded yet sane progressiveness; its endeavor, practi- cal; its ultimate aim, the development of a fine personality in an artist-teach- er. Its success is reflected in its gradu- ates ' constant contributions material- ly and spiritually to the welfare of those within scope of their far-reach- ing and growing influence. Top: Kipp, Flegal, Lacy, Sm.iy Center: Still life Bottom, left: Crafts Bottom, Tight: Thompson, Ewing, Gasslandcr, Murdock 20
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Home Economics A. PAULINE SANDERS Director of Department The Home Economics Department is based upon the recognition of social problems and the desirability of solving them in a natural habitat. Such practical ap- proaches as care of young children, making and remodel- ing of clothes, experience in actual home management, and training in human relations form important phases of the curriculum. The addition of music and art appreciation to the core curriculum offers opportunity for rounding out of interests. One departmental project of value to the school is the lunchroom management course, which provided com- muters and town students with excellent cafeteria lunches. Among other changes in the department was the initial inclusion of boys ; two of the two hundred twenty- eight regular students were freshman boys. Other changes included the study of textiles as a separate course with emphasis on testing fibres and fab- rics and stress on child studv through added classes in the Nursery School. Tap: Wills, Moss, Rose, Lappen, Wixson Left: Alden, Oxicy, Sanders, Mcrriman 22
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