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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma Ada Oklahoma sunday june 23, 1974 the Ada sunday news Page 5afternoon sessions begin this week education workshops slated at dec East Central will sponsor four workshops this week for students having a bachelors degree and at least 12 hours in teacher education and psychology. Each workshop meets daily from 1-5 . Monday through Friday and offers one hour of credit. A accountability in counselling a directed by or. Thelma Davies will emphasize the establishment of priorities based on needs assessments which we re conducted in the 1973-74 school year establishing Long Range goals writing measurable objectives planning program activities and examining evaluation techniques. The workshop meets in the North lounge of the student Union building. A understanding and teaching the metric system is designed to briefly Analyse the concept of the theory of measurement to explore the historical background of the metric tem to Analyse the Basic Struc hire of the metric system and to discuss and to outline procedures and pedagogical techniques for implementing and teaching the metric system in the classroom. Directed by drs. Don Kellogg and Gene Stephen son the workshop meets in room 207 of the administration building. A water conservation and development a directed by or. Robert Kelly and conducted by or. Bernice Crockett education director of a Oklahoma water incorporated a is designed to provide the teacher and future teacher an Opportunity to learn of the water situation in Oklahoma today and to study the needs and necessary actions to insure adequate water for com j ing generation. The workshop will meet in the student Union building ballroom. A personal and family survival can qualify the teacher to teach the 12-hour course in his Community. Directed by or. Ray Stout the workshop meets in room 308 of the education building. Due to the Short period of time involved in workshops students will be expected to attend All sessions. No late enrolments will be permitted. Workshops local instructors join Ardmore program East Central scheduled for area teachers East Central is sponsoring two workshops in health and educational accountability july 8-12 for students having a bachelors degree and at least 12 hours in teacher education and psychology. The workshops meet from 1-5 . Daily and offer one hour credit each. A comprehensive health program will include safety nutrition physical fitness drug education and general health education. Directed by Norman Frame the workshop meets in the student Union building ballroom. A development of goals and performance objectives will be directed by or. W. R. Annulled and or. Ray Stout in the North lounge of the student Union building. The workshop will enable teachers to participate effectively in an educational accountability program. Participants completing this course will be Able to write program and instructional level objectives for a selected subject. Due to the Short period of time involved in workshops students will be expected to attend All sessions. No late enrolments will be permitted. Two East Central faculty members Are teaching in the beginning session of the Ardmore higher education program this summer. Arita Allwhite is teaching principals of guidance and Greg Taylor teaches business Law i in the program. Figures released from the chancellors office of the state regents for higher education show a total of la classes at the new learning Center. The classes have an enrolment of 152 with a total of 111 students involved. Two other institutions Murray state at Tishomingo and Southeastern state at Durant Are also involved with bringing higher education courses to the Ardmore area. Murray state is sending four instructors to the program and Southeastern is sending one. Faculty members from Murray state include Arthur Vernon teaching government and history Katy Rood teaching speech and English composition Larry Milligan teaching Art appreciation and Doris Townsend teaching principals of accounting. Loan deadline set july i is the deadline to apply for Federal insured Loans or National direct student Loans at East Central. To apply Contact 0. J. Collins financial aids director in the dec administrative building. Mrs. Kellogg nominated for teacher award Kellogg sixth Grade teacher at Hayes school has been nominated for the a teacher of the year by the Pontotoc county conservation District. Dwain Phillips from the District office said the award was Given to the teacher with the Best education program in environmental conservation. Mrs. Kellogg will go on to compete against teachers in the state for a place in regional Competition. Winners in the regional Competition Are entered in the National contest and compete for a $1,500 Cash prize. The contest is sponsored by the National association of conservation districts and the alis Chalmers co. A mrs. Kellogg has done a terrific Job in conservation education and we feel she deserves a Little recognition a Phillips said. Students seek White House jobs in spite of watergate Washington a used to be a College kid could impress his friends by Landing a summer Job at the White House. But watergate has changed that. A live been told in a signing up on the . Titanic a said Linda Smith a 22-year-old Wheaton College graduate. A you say you re working at the White House and you run into a lot of verbal abuse sometimes a added Michael Mulligan 21, of Newburyport mass. A i come from a Republican conservative area a said Judy Wilson of Cheyenne Wyo. A and in be had some people say some negative things like a How could you go to work for someone up for impeachment a a the trios laughter at each others stories underscored however what Little Impact such comments have on the attitudes and enthusiasm of this summer s White House 37 interns. The 19 women and 18 men were chosen from 350 applicants to work in White House offices including the National Security Council Domestic Council news offices and mrs. Nixon a office. College students earn $125 a week graduate students $150. A i had no second thoughts on coming Back after last year a said miss Smith of Ardmore pa., who works for mrs. Nixon a press Secretary Helen Smith. They Are not related. A ifs an experience i get anywhere else. Its seeing what happens in the executive Branch from the Mulligan a senior at Middlebury College in Vermont helps with Bason work Between the administration and big business. A i had the impression when i came that everyone in the White House would be totally concerned with saving the president a he said. Approved for hew Grant East centrals school of environmental science has received a $124,838 Grant from the department of health education and welfare to Aid in developing the program. The Grant for a three year period was unexpected and a an additional Plum dropped into our program a or. Ralph Ramsey assistant professor of environmental science said. The Grant is an a Allied health professions special improvement or. Ramsey said the school received funding under the Grant in the 1972-73 fiscal year but when funds ran out the school Felt no More Money would be forthcoming. However an application for funds was filed and in a Surprise move the Federal program was refunded and the application approved. About $95,000 of the Grant will be used for personnel $19,000 will go toward equipment and the rest for fringe benefits and other expenses or. Ramsey said. Tennis everyone new York a there Are More than 300 adult and Junior Camps in the United states that teach nothing but Tennis according to Nick Bol Lettieri director of the All american sports Tennis Camps. This summer nearly 200,000 americans will gladly risk blisters muscle pulls and bruised egos at these Camps to master the booming sport. New be carpet your bedroom Wall to Wall with mohawks Long wearing Nylon. $7 per month 9�?Tx12�?T room completely installed Wall to Wall with mohawks Quot resilience Cushion gip Psi a Ltd in. Mph ital life ii in in in in my a. He in in in 3 a i or. Lit my. 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