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John Lee, TV engineer, adjusts equipment for telecast. Student watches class from observation window. 277
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Education Emphasizes Classroom Observation To acquaint prospective teachers with the practical aspects of the classroom situation before practice- teaching is the function of the Education department ' s observation program. Several types of modern educational equipment make this opportunity possible. From the observation window in specially designed classrooms in the Education Building students can watch as qualified teachers conduct classes of grade- schoolers, then discuss the methods and problems of the teacher with a faculty director. In addition, closed-circuit television facilities enable the video-taping of classroom scenes which are then televised in a specially-equipped auditorium. A discus- sion usually follows in which the observed teacher her- self answers questions about her handling of the situa- tions encountered. THE UNIVERSITY pr«t nt« Saul N. Scher, producer-director, dollies in on classroom scene. -276
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UMass boasts one of the finest engi- neering schools in the country and recent events are working to maintain its cur- rent high standing. A program of expansion to provide in- creased laboratory and office facilities re- sulted in the opening this year of the new East addition to the main Engineering Building. As a regular part of the Engineering curriculum, one finds a two-year honors program. This Engineering Science op- tion, open to junior and senior honor stu- dents, emphasizes the application of basic sciences to the research and de- velopment aspects of engineering. Extensive courses in mathematics, physics, and other basic sciences prepare the student for research work by develop- ing his skill in precise reasoning, analysis, and synthesis. At the same time the rather speciaUzed Engineering curriculum offers cultural breadth in its requirement that twenty per cent of a future engineer ' s education be devoted to the humanities and social sciences. Ill) I i IfT ' T s MSatSMX m I..1IJ -nr. • -.KJV.-VA MB BiaHH w .m ' . i The East Engineering Building, the newest addition to the engineering complex. Graduate student, Larry Milo, explains the intricacies of a metallic surface. 278 itssii
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