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Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Language: English
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University of Florida
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Publication Date: April 1945
Copyright Date: 1946
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ie Record Comprises:
The Reports of the President to the Board
of Control, the bulletins of information, an-
nouncements of special courses of instruction,
and reports of the University Officers.


These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all
persons who apply for them. The applicant should
specifically state which bulletin or what informa-
tion is desired. Address
THE REGISTRAR,
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida










BULLETIN OF SCHOOL OF TRADE AND


INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


CALENDAR


1945


First Term


June
June
June


, Monday, 8
, Tuesday, 8
, Wednesday


a.m .....
a.m. .


Registration for the First Term.


Classes


begin.


Last day for registration for the First Term, for


changing


schedules,


or for adding


courses.


Late registration fee $5.


June 20,


Wednesday


Last day for dropping


courses


without receiving


grade of E and being assessed failure fee.


June 27


, Wednesday


Last


day to


application


for removal


ficiencies


or for extension


of Trade and In-


dustrial Education


Certificates.


June 30


, Saturday


First Term


ends.


All grades are due in office of


Registrar


Second


p.m.


Term


July
July
July


, Monday, 8 a.m.
, Tuesday, 8 a.m.


, Tuesday,


4 p.m


Registration for the Second Term.


Classes


begin.


Last


Late


registration


registration


Second


Term,


for changing schedules, or for adding courses.


July


Tuesday


Last day for dropping


courses without receiving


grade of E and being assessed failure fee.


July


Monday


Last


to file application


for removal


ficiencies,
dustrial ]


or for extension of Trade


Education


and In-


Certificates.


July 21,


Saturday


Second


Term


ends.


grades


are due


office of the Registrar by 5 p.m.


Third


Term


July 23,
Thlrt 94.


Monday, 8 a.m ...


Registration for the Third


Term.


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GENERAL INFORMATION


OFFICERS


ADMINISTRATION


JOHN


J. TIGERT, M.A.


(Oxon.)


LL.D.


Ed.D


D.C.L


., D.Litt.,


L.H.D.,


President


of the University


COLIN ENGLISH


M.A.


LL.D.


Ed.D.


, State Superintendent of Public Instruction


TOWNES


RANDOLPH LEIGH


Ph.D


D.Sc.


, Acting


Vice-President


of the


Uni-


versity and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences


JAMES WILLIAM NORMAN


Ph.D


Dean of the Summer Session


ROBERT


DOLLEY


Director


of the School


of Trade


Industrial


Education


THOMAS
RICHARD


MARSHALL SIMPSON


JOHNSON


B.S.P.


Ph.D


Dean


of the


Graduate School


, Registrar


KLEIN HARRISON


GRAHAM, LL.D.,


Business


Manager


G. B.


SIMMONS, Ph.D.,


Acting Dean of the College of Education,


Gainesville


Assistants in Administration


EMMA


WISE


Administrative Assistant


Gainesville


JEAN BRADLEY HAMNER, B


Administrative Assistant


LUCILLE T


MOORE


Librarian


MADE GRIFFITH WOODS


Assistant Director of Instruction


GENERAL


N FORMAT


ON


For Whom the School Is Intended

Admission is limited to the following classes of students:


Those engaged in teaching Trade and Industrial and Distributive Education or


courses subsidized from Smith


- Hughes


or George


-Deen funds.


2. Novice or apprentice teachers meeting all the requirements for certification in
accordance with the provisions of the Florida State Plan for Trade and Indus-


trial


Distributive


Education


with


exception


of the


required


teacher


training courses.
3. Superintendents or school officials exercising control over a subsidized program
of Trade and Industrial and Distributive Education.
4. Directors, Supervisors and Coordinators of Trade and Industrial and Distribu-


tive Education or other subsidized


vocational services.









BULLETIN OF SCHOOL OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


Societies and Clubs

T. and I. Club


The T. and I.
engaged in Trade
ship among its m
outing regularly
social functions.


Club is a student organization composed of both men and women
and Industrial Education. Its purpose is to promote good fellow-
embers and the student body. The club sponsors a dance and an
once a week throughout the session along with numerous other


State


Clubs


There are a number of state clubs the membership of which is composed of
students from the various states. These clubs are very active during the entire


summer session in the pr
students to become better
phere about the school.
An interesting feature
dinner held on the second


emotion of activities of all kinds calculated to help
acquainted and stimulate a friendly hospitable atmos-

of the State Clubs' activities is an informal All-States
Friday of the second term, in which all faculty and


student personnel participate.


Iota Lambda Sigma


Iota Lambda Sigma is
serving with distinction in
be eligible for membership
must be outstanding in one
of B or better.


a national honorary professional fraternity for persons
Trade and Industrial or Industrial Arts Education. To
in the Kappa Chapter of the University of Florida one
of these two vocational fields with a scholastic average


Tau Gamma Sigma
Tau Gamma Sigma is a professional honorary Industrial Education fraternity
for women. Both the Grand and Alpha chapters are located at the University of
Florida. The purpose of this fraternity is to recognize high scholastic ability and
professional attainment in the field of Industrial Education.

Eta Mu Pi
Eta Mu Pi is a National Honorary Retailing Fraternity. It is the only retailing
fraternity in existence. Membership to the Gamma Chapter of the University of
Florida is limited to men and women attaining a high scholastic record in Retailing
and Distributive Education courses.

School News
The official news of the School of Trade and Industrial Education is published









GENERAL INFORMATION


Duplicating


Service


Clerical work and duplicating for the school and faculty members is done on
short notice. Work to be typed or mimeographed is brought to the school office
for handling. Students may have typing and mimeographing produced at
nominal cost.

Credits


Students who qualify for entrance in the School of Trade and Industrial
Education in accordance with the provisions limiting classes of students to be
served, may take the courses offered for college credit or to satisfy certification
requirements, or both, or for no credit at all.


Credits earned in the School of Trade and Industrial
residence credit at the University towards the degree of
Education, with a major in Trades and Industries or
Students who have attended another institution and nov
this degree at the University of Florida should see the i
sion to advanced standing.


Education
Bachelor
Distributi
wish to
requiremel


will apply as
of Science in
ve Education.
work towards
nts for admis-


The maximum number of credits a student may earn in a single
for undergraduate students, and three for graduate students.
including those not desiring college credit must comply with the
listed on pages 6 and 7 of this bulletin.


term is four
All students
requirements


Certification

All courses have been approved by the Florida State Board for Vocational
Education and may be used towards satisfying teacher- training requirements
for certification or for extension of certificates.
Florida teachers who have certification deficiencies or who wish to satisfy
certification extension requirements should study the bulletin of certification
requirements for Trade and Industrial and Distributive Education before register-
ing. Teachers from other states should consult their State Supervisors concerning
certification regulations.

Fees

A registration fee of $14 a term will be charged each student whether he is
from Florida or from another state. There is no tuition charge.


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A late registration fee of $5 is charged students registering late. See calendar
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BULLETIN


SCHOOL


OF TRADE


AND


INDUSTRIAL


EDUCATION


RECREATION

Because the enrollment in the School for Trade and Industrial Education is
drawn largely from persons employed twelve months in the year, every effort has


been made to select a


place offering not only the facilities


for study


but those


for spending


an ideal vacation.


Daytona Beach meets


these requirements.


Recreational


possibilities


abound


at Daytona.


There


beach


with its


motoring


length


of twenty-three


miles and


low tide width


of five


hundred feet


for those who enjoy surf bathing and beach activities.


Fishing is excellent from


the pier,
Daytona.


or by


Golf


boat


tennis


on the Halifax,


handball


or in the inland


lawn


bowlin


lakes


a short


shuffleboard,


drive


trap


from
skeet


shooting may be enjoyed by those who prefer these sports.


A number of points of interest,


such as St. Augustine,


the oldest city in the


United
Jungles


States


Silver


Springs,


- the old mission ruins


the largest


spring


in the world


- the Florida Cypress Gardens


Tropical


- Bok Tower


and the Fountain of Youth, are only a few miles


from Daytona Beach and can be


reached by bus in a very short time over some of Florida's


most scenic highways.


The average summer temperature


at Daytona


Beach


is 79 degrees.


ADMISSION


Students


wishing to receive college credit must meet the entrance require-


ments of the


University of Florida.


The requirements


are:


For students who are entering college for the first time.


Graduation


from


an accredited


high


school.


2. For students who


are transferring from


another institution


who


pect to receive a degree from the


Official transcripts


University of Florida.


sent directly to the Registrar from all institutions


previously


attended.


(Teachers'


certificates


or transcripts


presented


students


not suffice.)


For students who regularly attend another college or university and


who


are attending the


University


of Florida


School


of Trade


Industrial


Education


only


for the


purpose


of securing


credits


to be


transferred


the institution regularly


attended.


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THE UNIVERSITY


COLLEGE


B. Students not wishing to work toward a degree and who do not desire a
transcript of work completed must present evidence of their eligibility for ad-
mission in accordance with one of the provisions limiting the class of students to
be served by the School (see page 3).


Residence


Requirements


1. The minimum residence requirement for the


regular ser
or nine thrn


meet t
their I
toward
2.
in sum
3.


this
:esid
the
For
mer
Stuck


nesters, or one regular semester and
ee-week summer terms. New students
requirement after entrance to the 1
ence at the University by attending
degree must meet this requirement
the master's degree a minimum of
sessions, is necessary to satisfy the r


lents ar


required


baccalaureate degree


i


I four three-week summer
offering advanced standing
University. Students who
g another institution for
after re-entering the Univer


0
es


complete


towards the baccalaureate degree during regular
which the student is to be graduated. Exception


s two
terms
must
break
credit
'sity.


ne academic year, or 33 weeks
;idence requirement.
ast thirty credit hours applied
residence in the college from
to this regulation may be made


only upon written petition approved by the faculty of the college concerned, but
in no case may the amount of extension work permitted exceed more than twelve
of the last thirty-six hours required for a baccalaureate degree.

Student Responsibility


Each
courses a
fer with
choice of
Senic
and must
receive ti
Each


student must assume full responsibility
nd for fulfilling all requirements for his
the Director of the school several days
courses.
,rs must file in the Office of the Registrar
; pay the diploma fee very early in the
he degree.
student is responsible for every course f


for registering for the proper
degree. Students should con-
before registration regarding


formal application for a degree
term in which they expect to


or which he registers. Courses


can be dropped or changed only with the approval of the Director of the school
and by presentation of the cards authorizing the change at the Office of the
Registrar.


THE


UNIVERSITY


COLLEGE


The University College has been organized to administer the work of the
freshman and sophomore years in the University of Florida. All beginning
students will register in this college.









BULLETIN


OF SCHOOL OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


Comprehensive Examinations


The student must successfully
or more and sufficient electives -
These examinations, administered
given in January, May and August
are not enrolled in a course at the
take any comprehensive examinati
versity Examiners for permission


for the examination. Before tl
required to furnish the Board c
been used to avoid the payment
familiar with the work of the v
fields in a comprehensive way
time, divided into equal parts,
full year course.


pass comprehensive course examinations six
to complete the work of the University College.


by the Board of University Examiners,
of each year. University College studel
time the examination is given and who
on, must apply in writing to the Board
at least one month before the announce
application is accepted, the applicant


if Examiners with proof that this privilege
it of the usual University fees. A student
various courses and be able to think in the


I


will be
nts who
wish to
of Uni-
ed date
will be
has not
nust be
several


in order to pass these examinations. Six hours
will be required for each examination covering a


Should a student fail a comprehensive course examination, he may qualify
to repeat the examination by repeating the course, or by further study. Evidence
of additional preparation must be submitted to the Board of University Examiners
with an application in writing to repeat the examination.

Graduation
When a student has completed his program in the University College and has
passed the comprehensive examinations in the six basic courses and met the other
requirements of the University College curriculum, he will be granted the As-
sociate of Arts Certificate.


SCHOOL OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


The Bachelor's Degree
Requirements:
1. Must be regularly admitted to the University.

2. Must have completed one year of successful teaching experience in an
approved program of Trade and Industrial Education. This experience
may be acquired after the student has become a candidate for the degree.


3. Must have satisfied the residence and


other routine requirements of the









THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE


PROGRAM OF STUDY LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
EDUCATION WITH A MAJOR IN TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


For those students graduating from the University College of the
of Florida, completion of A and B listed below:


University College Program:*
C-l American Institutions
C-2 The Physical Sciences
C-3 Freshman English
C-41 Practical Logic
C-42 Fundamental Mathematics
C-5 The Humanities
C-6 Biological Science
Electives in Education ..._.......
**Electives .....-------------.
Upper Division Program:
Education -.---........-------.-----
Trade and Industrial Education ...
**Approved Electives ....... ........


''Tota .....1. ..

For those students who do not graduate from
University of Florida (Note: The following
convenience of transfer students. The Board
waive certain of the following requirements
warrants special consideration):
Physical and Biological Science __ ....
English Composition ......................
Literature --- ------
Social Studies ..__... ......................... ............
Psychology or Philosophy
Mathematics ....----------.--...._... .......
E d u c a tio n .... ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .
Trade and Industrial Education .._...
**Approved Electives ....... ..............


Total ..


University


6 semester hours
16 semester hours


9 semester hours
22 semester hours
29 semester hours


semester hours in
Upper Division.


the University College of the
program is outlined for the
of University Examiners may
if the record of the student


S48 semester hours


15 semester hours
22 semester hours
39 semester hours


124 semester hours


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BULLETIN


OF SCHOOL OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


THE


GRADUATE


SCHOOL


All graduate study in all of the colleges
administered by the Graduate Council.


schools


of the University


REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO GRADUATE STUDY IN THE SCHOOL OF TRADE
AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


A bachelor's degree from a standard college or university.
At least one year's continuous employment in an approved


Trade


Industrial
Education
tive Educ
tion. The
requireme
Education
3. Eight sem
Industrial


program fc
, or one yea:
ition program]


r those wishing to major in Trade and Industrial
r's continuous employment in an approved Distribu-
m for those wishing to major in Distributive Educa-


programs in which the experience is secured must meet all the
rnts of the State Plan for Trade and Industrial or Distributive
for the state in which the applicant was employed.
.ester hours in approved teacher training courses in Trade and


Edu


two semester
courses cover
the branch of
4. Three or mor
and Industrial
of the head o
semester hour
5. Presentation o
with advantage,


cation of which two semester hours shall be in Supervision,
hours in survey procedures, and four semester hours in
Ing curriculum construction in and bearing directly upon
service in which the applicant has been employed.
e years of continuous employment in an approved Trade
or Distributive Education program may upon the discretion
f the department be accented in lieu of nart of the eight


r
If
e


requirement.
satisfactory evidence that graduate study may be pursued
to the University and the applicant.


6. Candidates must have completed three years of successful experience in
an approved program of Trades and Industries or Distributive Education
before a degree can be conferred.

Registration


A complete transcript
transmitted directly to the
in which the credits have b
be accepted.
The transcript should I


of all undergraduate and graduate work must be
Registrar's office by the Registrar of the institution
een earned. Transcripts presented by students cannot


be in


the Registrar's


office at least one month


before


the opening of the school. If it appears from
eligible for graduate study he will be referred t
Trade and Industrial Education who will become
ject and will plan the courses the student is to ta


the
o th
the
ke.


student's record that he is
e Director of the School of
professor of the major sub-


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THE GRADUATE SCHOOL


Transfer of Credits. Under certain conditions transfer of a limited number
of credits to the University will be allowed. Transferred credits may reduce the
course requirements but not the residence, and work they represent shall be
included in the final examination.
Grades. Passing grades for students registered in the Graduate School are
A and B. All other grades are failing.


Work Required. Twenty-four
at least one half of which shall be i
remainder in related subject matter
numbered 500 and designated strictly
subject matter, courses numbered 300
of the Director of the School and the


semester hours are required for the degree
n Trade and Industrial Education and the
fields. The major study shall be in courses
for graduates. However, in case of related
and above may be taken upon the approval
Dean of the Graduate School.


The student shall be guided entirely in the research procedure,
organization and form of the thesis by the Supervisor of Research.


preparation,
The student


should consult the
Graduate School con


Supervi;
icerning


sor


of Research immediately


these matters.


after


The thesis problem


admittance to
should be selec


as soon as possible and be approved by the major professor. A statement of th'
problem, the reason for its selection and an outline of the procedure to be followed
in its solution shall be submitted to the Student's Advisory Committee for th
committee's consideration and approval. All Graduate students are required t
register for TDE. 508, Research in Industrial and Distributive Education, before
or by the time they have completed twelve semester hours of graduate study. Thi


course carries no credit and may be carried in addition
of work.


e
d
e
d
e
o
e
s


to the regular schedule


Admission to Candidacy

Whether the student has been provisionally admitted or regularly admitted to
graduate study, the Supervisory Committee shall review his entire academic
record at the end of the first semester or summer session of residence work and


definitely thi
the action of
Ldent will be
i Supervisory


e additional residence or course
the Supervisory Committee by a
admitted to candidacy for the de
Committee of the thesis problem


requirements. Upon ratification
formal vote of the faculty, the
gree subject to the approval by
selected.


Supervisory Committee.


- The Supervisory Committee


shall


consist


of the


Director of the School of Trade and Industrial Education, the Dean of the Grad-
uate School and the Supervisor of Research.


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12 BULLETIN OF SCHOOL OF TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION


DESCRIPTION


TIME


COURSES


SCHEDULE


DISTRIBUTIVE


OCCUPATIONS


EDUCATION


DOE. 201.-Retail Organization and Manag
daily. Room 18. Second term.
The merchandising organization, retail outlets, buying,
case studies in merchandising; management problems.


cement.


2 credits.


8:00 to


10:00


wholesale selling and stock control plan;


DOE. 214.-Retail Copy Writing.


2 credits.


8:00 to


10:00 daily.


Room


First term.
Repetitive practice in writing retail advertising copy. The following factors will
the purposes and characteristics, principles of construction, merchandise facts, select
tomers' point of view, suitable copy approach, the writing of promotional, service,
line, bargain, utility, human interest, and rationalization copy; head lines.


be considered:
ng theme, cus-
prestige, price


D(
Third
The
designers
historical


)E.


215.-Interior Decorating.


credits.


8:00 to


10:00 daily.


Room


term.
application of principles of color and design as employed by decorators, architects and
. The following subjects will be covered: floors, floor coverings, walls, ceilings, fabrics,
transition of decoration by periods, contemporary decoration and special problems.


DOE. 216.-Window


Display.


2 credits.


10:00


to 12:00


daily.


Room


Second term.
The practical application of artistic treatment in display of all types of merchandise. Repetitive
training in arranging the window display. A full-sized display window in the school will be used
by students taking this course.


GRADUATE COURSES


DOE. 509.-I
18. Second term.
Deals with the
purchases to make a
figuring profit, retail
matics, stockturn, and


Retail


Merchandising.


1B credits.


12:30


to 2:30


daily.


Room


tools that buyers and merchandise managers use daily in manipulating their
profit. The subject matter includes markup, terms and dating, cost method of
method of inventory, markdowns and shortages, invoice and importing mathe-
merchandise planning.


DOE. 511.-Store Management and Operation. 11 credits. 10:00 to 12:00
daily. Room 18. First term.
Modern methods of successful retail-store management. The subject matter includes organization
and functions of the store manager's division, analysis of operating expenses, wage plans, methods of
controlling denartmental selling costs, receiving procedures, floor supervision, delivery methods.










TIME


SCHEDULE


. 401.-Local Guidance Program in the School and Community.


11 credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily.


Room 14.


Second term.


The functions and the objectives of a guidance program calculated to
and community. Special emphasis on such aspects of the guidance procedure
materials, personnel, practices and coordinated school activities.


serve


individual, school


as individual functions,


402.-Research


Practices,


Tests


Measurements


in Guidance.


credits. 12:30 to 2:30 daily.


Securing, analyzing,


tional, and educational


surveys


in guidance for the individual, school,


TRADE AND


Room 11.


and using occupational information. Making industrial,


Third term.


and community.


DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION


occupational,


voca-


for guidance purposes. Evaluation and measuring of tests and devices


TDE.


205.-Graphic Analysis.


credits.


12:30 to


2:30 daily.


Room


Sec-


term.


The formulating of abstract and statistical materials into charts and graphs for rapid assimilation.
The types of material suited to this analysis, the methods of presenting the material and the prepara-


tion of material for display. (A


set of drawing instruments will be of value to the student in this work.)


TDE.


Room 15.


206.-Advanced
Second term.


Graphic


Analysis.


credits.


12:30


daily.


Prerequisite requirements


TDE. 205.


A continuation of TDE. 205.


TDE.


221.-Organization


Diversified


Cooperative


Training.


2 credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily.


Room 11.


First and Second terms.


Objectives to be attained, organization to attain these objectives, Federal and State requirements,
social security, insurance, compensation and labor laws involved will be studied.


TDE.


222.-Occupational


Surveys.


2 credits.


2:30


to 4:30


Second


term.


10:00 to


12:00 daily,


Third term. Room 11.


A study of procedure in making community industrial surveys and of individual industrial plants


or business concerns to determine community training needs and acceptable industrial


concerns in


which to give training.


TDE. 223.-Student


daily, Second term.


Counseling


8:00 to


10:00 daily,


Selection.
Third term.


2 credits.
Room 11.


12:30


to 2:30


The procedure to be followed in securing applicants for training, factors involved in selection
of students, occupational counseling, training, assignments, compensation, and work contracts.


TDE.


224.-Industrial


Plant


Analysis.


2 credits.


2:30


4:30


daily


First term.


8:00 to


10:00 daily,


Third term.


Room 16.


The student must make a complete schedule of work processes in an individual


plant.


based upon these processes he must make a schedule of student training, related study, and compensation.










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TDE. 241.-History and Development of Vocational Education in the


United


States.


2 credits. 8:00 to


10:00 daily.


Room 12.


First term.


The development of Vocational Education by stages from its beginning to the present time.


TDE.


244.-Conference Methods.


2 credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily. Room


First


term.


Methods and devices that can be used successfully in leading and managing foremen conferences


and in the selection


of problems


affecting


vocational


courses.


Designed


for Directors,


Supervisors,


Superintendents and Principals.


TDE.


245.-Vocational


Psychology.


credits.


12:30


to 2:30


daily.


Room


First term.
A description


motivation,


of fundamental


imagination,


serious


aspects


thinking;


* of judgment,
the relation of


as intelligence,


this knowledge


memory,


lea


to its physiological


ring,
basis


and an indication of this knowledge in its application to learning processes in vocational and technical
training.


TDE.


248.-Principles and Purposes of the


Vocational Acts.


2 credits. 10:00


to 12:00 daily.


Room 12.


Second term.


Congressional and legislative acts providing for vocational education of all kinds; the principal
purposes and influences involved in the formulation of these acts; the extent and scope of vocational


service


provided by means of them.


TDE.


256.-Applied Vocational Psychology.


2 credits.


8:00 to


10:00 daily.


Room


Second


term.


The application


of fundamental


principles


of psychology


in the solution


of human


relation


problems of the director, supervisor, or coordinator of vocational education.


TDE.


274.-Curricular


Activities


Work


Shop.


credits.


10:00


12:00


daily, First and Third terms.


8:00 to


10:00 daily, Second term.


Room 9.


Club


organization,


contest procedures,


objectives


and philosophy


and preparation


of materials.


ADMITTANCE BY INVITATION


ONLY.


TDE.


275.-Advanced


Related


Study


Material.


2 credits.


10:00


to 12:00


daily.


Second term.


Room 16.


continuation of TDE.


ADMITTANCE BY TWO


WEEKS ADVANCE REQUEST.


GRADUATE


COURSES


TDE.


500.-Colloquium


Administration


Organization


of Distributive


Education.


1B credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily.


Room 14.


Third term.


The provisions and interpretations of the George-Deen Act as they pertain to the administration
and organization for Distributive Occupations, National, State, County and local programs.


TDE. 507.-Administration


of Diversified


Cooperative


Training.


11 credits.


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TRADE


AND


INDUSTRIAL


EDUCATION


TIE.


202.-Teaching


Methods and Devices.


2 credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily.


Room


First


Second


terms.


The methods used in preparing instructional material for teaching purposes and the use of such
methods and aids as demonstrations, illustrations, lectures, conference, instruction sheets, charts, films,


slides, and models in demonstration teaching.


Designed to meet the needs of Trade Shop


Teachers,


Part-Time Preparatory


Teachers, and Trade Shop Related Teachers.


TIE.


credits.


203.-Organization
12:30 to 2:30 daily.


Individual


Room


Instruction


First and


Second


Progression.


terms.


Means of providing


and carrying


on individual


instruction


for students


at various


attainment


levels and progression records and forms for recording individual progress. Designed to meet the needs


of Trade Shop


Teachers,


Trade Shop Related Teachers, and Part-Time Preparatory


Teachers.


TIE.


204.-Trade


Shop


Planning,


Organization


Control.


credits.


2:30 to 4:30 daily, First and Second terms.


12:30 to 2:30,


Third term.


Room 15.


Items for consideration in planning shops, management and control


with respect to floor space,


light,


equipment,


supplies,


inventories,


Federal


and State


regulations,


and record


keeping


devices.


Designed to meet the needs of Trade Shop


Teachers and Part-Time Preparatory


Teachers.


TIE.


214.-Methods and Devices in


Teaching Gregg


Shorthand.


2 credits.


10:00 to


12:00 daily.


Room


Second and


Third


terms.


Methods of presentation


to the


beginner in


shorthand; special


teaching procedures


designed


speed up responses and bring control in
and suffixes; devices for speed building.


writing under time; methods of teaching disjoined prefixes


TIE.


215.-Methods


Devices


in Teaching


Typewriting


Instruction.


credits. 10:00 to 12:00 daily, First term.


12:30 to


2:30 daily,


Third term. Room


Special teaching procedures designed to speed up responses and bring control,


with development


appropriate


materials


for desired


results.


The application


skill in typewriting


as applied


practical business office work. Films made and used by the U.


will be shown to demonstrate typewriting


S. Navy in their war training programs


as done by experts.


TIE.


218.-Thomas


Natural


Shorthand.


credits.


10:00


12:00


daily.


Room


Second and


Third


terms.


Development of secretarial skill in the


Thomas system of shorthand


; short cuts to speed.


TIE.


219.-Advanced


Teaching


Methods


Thomas


Shorthand.


credits.


8:00 to


10:00 daily.


Room 4.


Third term.


Emphasis in this course will be placed on methods of developing speed in dictation and transcrip-


TTR 9.1R ii not a nrerennisite for this


Tlhe evening school teacher of Thomas Shorthand


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TIE.


247.-Vocational


School


Organization.


credits.


12:30


to 2:30


daily.


Room 12.


Second term.


The characteristics


and functions


provisions, organization and plan


of the vocational


necessary


to render this


school;
service.


groups


to be served


and the


TIE.


254.-Tests


Measurements


in Vocational


Education.


credits.


8:00 to


10:00


daily.


Room


Third


term.


The various measurement tests in vocational education with special emphasis on objectives to be


attained and methods to be employed in their


use.


TIE. 276.-Trade


First,


Second


Course
i Third


Planning.


2 credits.


8:00


to 10:00


daily.


Room


terms.


Planning and preparing the trade shop course of
TEACHERS IN FLORIDA, 1945.


study.


REQUIRED


FOR


TRADE


SHOP


TIE.


277.-Work


Shop


for Related


Instruction.


credits.


8:00


to 10:00


daily.


Room 7.


First term.*


For the purpose of reorganizing secondary school subject matter for specific application to technical


procedures in
IDA, 1945.


occupational


training.


REQUIRED FOR ALL RELATED INSTRUCTORS IN FLOR-


TIE. 278.-Work


Shop


for Related


Instruction.


2 credits.


8:00


to 10:00


daily.


Room


Second


term.*


TIE.


279.-Work


Shop


for Related


Instruction.


credits.


8:00


to 10:00


daily.


Room


Third


term*


TIE. 280.-Methods in


Teaching


Abstract Subject Matter.


2 credits.


10:00


to 12:00 daily.


Room 7.


First, Second and Third terms.


Methods


in making


practical


application


in correlation


occupational


training.


Applying


the Froebelian steps in teaching to the fundamental psychology of learning through practical experience


application. Methods in individual progression.


REQUIRED


RELATED


INSTRUC-


TORS IN FLORIDA,


1945.


TIE.


281.-Advanced


Secretarial


Laboratory.


2 credits.


8:00


10:00


daily.


Room


First


term.


continuation of TIE. 216,


which


a course


in the application of secretarial skills, particularly


designed for teachers of secretarial, stenographic, and general office work; coordination of instruction in


the basic skills which


are required to produce


a marketable product; evaluation of balance in the finished


product.


TIE.


282.-Advanced


Bookkeeping


Laboratory.


credits.


10:00


daily.


Room


Second


term.


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GRADUATE


COURSES


*TIE.


501.-Industrial and Economic


Development in the South.


1A credits.


The historical


transition


of economic and industrial growth


in the South.


Contemporary


industrial development.


TIE.


503.-Administration


of Vocational


Education.


credits.


8:00


10:00


daily.


Room


Second


term.


National,


State


and local


administrative


organization,


and controls


for vocational


education.


Sources and means of procuring and estimating revenue and laws, regulations, principles and plan to


be followed


in spending,


a systematic


and detailed


study


of vocational


education


administrative


personnel duties and responsibilities.


*TIE.


505.-Technical Schools:


Their Organization and


Control.


11 credits.


The purpose and limitations of the various types of technical schools, their curricula, organization,
management, control devices, and desirability from the standpoint of scope in satisfying typical com-
munity training requirements.


*TIE.


506.-Apprenticeship


Labor


Relations.


credits.


National,


skilled


crafts.


state,


Aspects


and labor


organization laws


of apprenticeship


regulating


developments


governing


in industrial


apprenticeship


production


in the


construction.


Compulsory public training through craft unions and organization for apprentice training.


TIE. 512.-Colloquium


Industrial


Education.


in Administration


credits.


8:00 to


10:00


Organization


daily.


Room


The provisions and interpretations of the Smith-Hughes and George-Deen Acts


the administration and organization for


Trade and Industrial Education, national,


Trade


Third


term.


as they pertain to
state, county and


local programs.


*Courses to be offered if sufficient number request them three weeks before registration.










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CONFERENCE


Conference


a.m


Workshop


., July


2 through


- Commercial


July


Teachers.


Seabreeze


High


Starting
School,


Daytona


Beach.


Conference and Workshop Coordinators, Diversified


Coopera-


tive Training.


Starting 9 a.m.,


July


through July 3,


Sea-


breeze High School,


Daytona Beach.


Conference


Workshop Local


Directors,


Supervisors,


Principals,
through Jul


Vocational


Schools.


Seabreeze


High


Starting


School


p.m.,


, Daytona


July


Beach.


Conference and Workshop


--Day Trade


and Related


Teachers.


Startin


p.m.,


July


through


July


Seabreeze


High


School, Daytona Beach.

The most outstanding leadership in the nation will
be called to assist in these conferences.





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