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Southern Regional Education Board

Works: 1,389 works in 1,784 publications in 1 language and 20,910 library holdings
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Classifications: LA230.5.S6, 371.92
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The plant root and its environment; proceedings by E. W Carson( Book )
5 editions published between 1974 and 1993 in English and held by 518 libraries worldwide
Biological aspects of the root and its environment. Root morphology. Root-shoot relationships. Plant ionic status. Ion uptake and translocation. Ionic interactions and antagonisms in plants. Physiological effects of pH on roots. Biology of the Rhizosphere. Mycorrhizae. Diseases of feeder roots. Soil physical and chemical aspects of the root environment. Significance of rooting pattern to crop production and some problems of root research. Root behavior as affecte by soil structure and strength. Roots and root temperatures. Soil Atmosphere. Root and soil water relations. Soil Solution. Chemical reactions controlling soil solution electrolyte concentration. Role of chelation in micronutrient availability. Influence of the plant root on ion movement in soil. Effects of soil calcium availability on plant growth. Effects of aluminum on plant growth. Effects of nitrogen on phosphorus absorption by plants. Toxic effects of aqueous ammonia, copper, zinc, lead, boron, and manganese on root growth
SREB fact book on higher education ( serial )
in English and held by 372 libraries worldwide
Teaching the mentally retarded; a handbook for ward personnel by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
4 editions published between 1965 and 1975 in English and held by 325 libraries worldwide
Written for attendants, volunteers, professional people, and parents, this manual presents principles and methods for teaching the mentally retarded to be as independent as possible. The first section provides general information on the developmental characteristics of normal children and contrasts these with some of the needs of the retarded. Principles of teaching the retarded, including sections on motivation and learning, attention span, attitudes of attendants, and expectations of success are discussed. Teaching of self care skills (motor, sound, and language) is included. Commercial and specially devised pictures and drawings of equipment for specific handicaps are included. Section two presents general principles and detailed lesson plans for teaching by positive reinforcement or reward. Evaluation is discussed and a sample check list for this purpose in included. Three related articles, a glossary, a list of resource materials, and a 26-item bibliography are included. This document was published by the southern regional education board, 130 sixth street, N.W., atlanta, georgia 30313. (jz)
Brain damage in school age children by H. Carl Haywood( Book )
4 editions published in 1968 in English and held by 314 libraries worldwide
College teachers and college teaching; an annotated bibliography on college and university faculty members and instructional methods by Walter Crosby Eells( Book )
9 editions published between 1957 and 1982 in English and held by 270 libraries worldwide
Nuclear energy in the South by Redding S Sugg( Book )
2 editions published in 1957 in English and held by 247 libraries worldwide
Southern Asia; a seminar sponsored by Duke University and the Southern Regional Education Board, May 5-9, 1968, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina by Robert I Crane( Book )
4 editions published in 1968 in English and held by 236 libraries worldwide
Fact book on higher education in the South by Southern Regional Education Board( serial )
in English and held by 230 libraries worldwide
Partnerships for a prepared work force ( Book )
3 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 215 libraries worldwide
Speeches given at the "Challenge to America's Employers: Partnership for a Prepared Work Force" conference, held on April 15, 1994 at the Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia
Recreation for the mentally retarded; a handbook for ward personnel by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
2 editions published in 1964 in English and held by 199 libraries worldwide
Designed primarily for use by ward personnel in residential facilities for the mentally retarded, the manual presents an overview of recreational services. Four papers introduce the importance of recreation and consider approaches for its provision: "Why Recreation?" (W. Lawler); "The Role of the Attendant in Providing Recreation for the Retarded" (F. Chapman); "Selecting Activities to Fit the Retarded" (G. Bensberg); "The ABC's of the Fourth 'r'" (V. Dobbins). The remainder of the handbook is composed of descriptions of active games, music and rhythm activities, quiet and table games, arts and crafts, and homemade games and equipment that are suitable for use with mentally retarded individuals. Entries list information on the number of participants, play area required, and play procedures for each activity. (Cl)
Doing drug education : the role of the school teacher by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
10 editions published between 1972 and 1976 in English and held by 182 libraries worldwide
Enhancing Drug Education in the South was a project conducted by the Southern Regional Education Board in 1971-74. The project held regional conferences that brought together people in the sreb region with State-level responsibility for planning alcohol and drug education programs in an effort to find solutions to common problems such as coordination and program evaluation. Sreb convened a task force of eight people with expertise in teaching and in preparing teachers for drug education. The task force first met early in April 1972 to determine what kinds of skills students need to live successfully in a drug-oriented society, and what classroom activities would be most effective in meeting these needs. With this as a basis, the second session, held at the end of April, concentrated on determining the competencies--knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes--needed by a teacher who would carry out the activities. This report reflects the deliberations of two workshops that focused on teacher training for the role of drug educator in schools. The objective of these two sessions was not to design a curriculum or training program, but rather to determine what competencies a teacher needs to serve as an effective drug educator. Furthermore, the task force defined "drug educator" as a role that any teacher might assume, whether his primary assignment be English, social studies, science, or health. (Author/HMV)
Implementing standards to assure the rights of mental patients : proceedings of a symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1-3, 1977 by Harold L McPheeters( Book )
3 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 180 libraries worldwide
Recruitment to graduate study; college seniors' plans for postgraduate education and their implementation the year after commencement by Charles Meade Grigg( Book )
3 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 173 libraries worldwide
A study was undertaken of the process of recruitment to graduate and professional training. The education plans of college seniors in the South as the students expressed them during their senior year in 1960 were compared with their actual activities a year later. The initial survey had responses from over 6,000 students. Results show that 22 percent planned to enroll in graduate or professional school immediately after college graduation, and 23 percent planned to enroll sometime later. Another 29.5 percent definitely did not plan to continue at a later time. A lag between the southern states and the rest of the nation in post-college education aspiration was found. A year later one of the five males was enrolled in graduate or professional education (compared to one of three in a national sample) and one of ten females was enrolled (compared with one of five nationally). Further analysis is provided, and the questionnaires appended. (Mse)
The college and cultural diversity: the black student on campus, a project report by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
2 editions published in 1971 in English and held by 172 libraries worldwide
The Southern Regional Education Board's Institute for Higher Educational Opportunity asked the presidents of 337 predominantly white colleges and universities in 14 southern states to describe innovative programs which their institutions had developed to assist minority students, and particularly Black students, to enroll and to succeed. They were asked not to report traditional programs in remedial work. Replies describing 460 programs came from more than 100 institutions. This report discusses and summarizes many of these programs under the following headings: (1) recruiting and admissions; (2) instruction; (3) counseling Services; (4) campus life; and (5) graduate and professional schools. In the appendix several examples of institution-wide planning are reported in some detail to show the many facets involved in comprehensive program design. The appendices also include a report on the Black Studies program experience at New College, and an overview of a conference held April 25-27, 1971, in Atlanta on: "Black Students and the University," by John Egerton. (Af)
Impact of DRG's on nursing : report of the Southern Regional Education Board ( Book )
2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 169 libraries worldwide
Statistics for the sixties; higher education in the South by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
5 editions published in 1963 in English and held by 149 libraries worldwide
State and local revenue potential by Southern Regional Education Board( serial )
in English and held by 148 libraries worldwide
A Southeastern supplement to the Union list of serials; a regional union list of serials commencing publication before January 1, 1950 by Southern Regional Education Board( Book )
2 editions published in 1959 in English and held by 147 libraries worldwide
A profile of higher education in the South in 1985 by David S Spence( Book )
2 editions published between 1977 and 1979 in English and held by 139 libraries worldwide
Based on enrollment projections for the 14 southern states, this profile provides one possible picture of the future of higher education in the South. The report suggests that: (1) the growth of total enrollment will slow and then decline through 1985; (2) nondegree enrollment will increase and bachelor's degree-oriented enrollment will decrease as a proportion of total enrollment; (3) women and blacks will increase in total enrollment; (4) relatively more students will be older than 24, will enroll part-time, and will seek career-related study; (5) public two-year colleges will continue to increase their proportional share of total enrollment; (6) private higher education will experience increased financial difficulties; (7) the demand for new faculty will decrease in absolute terms; (8) institutional programs will become more career-conscious; (9) planning and managing of higher education will become more centralized at the institutional and state level and accountability will be stressed; (10) statewide coordination and institutional management will emphasize cost and outcomes criteria in allocating resources; and (11) the benefits of regional cooperation will become increasingly evident. (Author/LBH)
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