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SECONDARY EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Ralph E. Heiges Di7-ector of Secofidary Division Jane L. McGrath Lillian I. McLean Director of Elemeritary Assistatit Director of Division Elementary Division Cooperation between the college and the Laboratory School has ex- panded this year. A department of foreign languages was added, and French and Spanish were taught. French was also made available in the Laboratory School. Additional space for the science department on the first floor of Leonard Hall allowed more labora- tory classes to be offered. Ai)i)roximately forty people were graduated from the Division ' s new ])iIot-training course this year. This is being sponsored by the Civil Aeronautics Authority. The function of the Elementary Division is the preparation of teachers for kindergarten, primary, intermediate, and rural school posi- tions. This Division has a broad course of stud ' which makes in- valuable contributions to the knowledges, skills, and cultures that are essential for happy, intel- ligent, efificient citizenship. Tech- niques for imparting these knowl- edges are carefully developed. Indiana has an enviable reputa- tion because of the efficiency of its elementary teachers in service. 31
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ART EDUCATION Mary Edna Flegal Director of Department Lefl 10 right: Kwing, Gasslander, Murdock, Smay, Hegal, Thompson, Kipp, Lacy Highly successful graduates re- flect the Art Department ' s thor- ough training. The Art faculty consists of eight teachers of wide and varied experience in both edu- cation and fine arts. Housing in the main floor of the Arts Building with up-to-date equipment lends an atmosphere conducive to fine work. An art-structure method of creative expression emphasizes development and thinking rather than skills. Radio broadcasts and a movie in color of the Depart- ment ' s major activities were in- novations in 1941. Left: Still-life studies Right: Soft-white hands 30
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JKUUf FACULTY ENGLISH GEOGRAPHY C. B. Norton L. C. Davis Hear! of Departmoit Head of ])epartmenl Seated: F.gleston; Knowles; Macdonald; Wallace; Perkins Standing: Sprowls; Norton, Head of Depur mrn ; Jones I.c l 10 right: Davis, Head of Department; .ink; Boyts English The English Dejiartment is steadily working on the improve- ment of standards of language usage. The introduction of double pe- riods of composition in order to use the laboratory- method of teaching writing was an innova- tion. Increased indixidual at- tention helped students who showed a desire to help them- selves. Geography The Geography Department has developed three major lines of endeavors recently. It has taken over a portion of the ground school for the aviation course. Mr. Da is has enlarged his field work to include -South America ami Miss Zink has made an intensive stud ' of cur- rent geograpln ' curriculum. ,■52
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