A Study of Pre-Service Teacher Education for Effective Utilization of Audio-Visual Materials as Offered by Nebraska Teacher Education Institutions
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Frank H. Gorman
Teacher education institutions had given little recognition to audio-visual education prior to World War II. Various studies conducted since that time indicated that audio-visual courses have increased in number thirty to forty times in the past twenty years. Although the increase in such courses has been rapid, the total number of institutions offering audio-visual education is not sufficient.
Erickson, Bette Gayer, "A Study of Pre-Service Teacher Education for Effective Utilization of Audio-Visual Materials as Offered by Nebraska Teacher Education Institutions" (1953). Student Work. 2340.
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Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in the Graduate Division of the University of Omaha. Copyright Bette Gayer Erickson, 1953