The Texas Standard, Volume 34, Number 5, November-December 1960 Page: 40
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MRS. HELEN HANNAH
Fori Worth Counselor
Mrs. Helen W. Hannah, who former-
ly taught general science and was a
part-time counsellor, has been appoint-
ed full-time counsellor at the I. M.
Terrell High School. Fort Worth, dur-
ing the school year 1960-61.
Mrs. Hannah is a graduate of Wiley
College and has a Master of Arts de-
gree from the University of Southern
California. She is a native of Fort
Worth and an I. M. Terrell High
Mrs. Mary L. Young
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to the greater effectiveness of the ele-
mentary arithmetic teacher lies in the
inclusion of increased mathematical
content in the curriculum of teacher-
education both at the pre-service levels.
This should lead to the alteration of
the arithmetic program in the elemen-
tary schools in the direction of greater
mathematical understanding developed
through a discovery approach so that
it may be more universally applicable
both to life situations and to further
mathematical study. More effective
presentation of mathematics to chil-
dren is predicated on the assumption
that teachers are well versed in the
most efficient instructional procedures.
ROBERT T. McDANIEL
Fort Worth Counselor
Mr. Robert T. McDaniel has been
appointed full-time counsellor at the
I. M. Terrell High School, Fort Worth.
He formerly taught mathematics and
was a part-time counsellor at I. M.
Mr. McDaniel has a Bachelor of
Science degree and a Master of Science
degree from Prairie View A and M
College. He has done additional grad-
uate study at the University of Colo-
rado, where he has studied for the past
DR. LILLIAN K. BRADLEY
Dr. Lillian Katie Bradley, Professor
of Mathematics at Prairie View A. &
M. College, received her Doctor of
Philosophy degree from The Univer-
sity of Texas in July, 1960. She was the
first Negro woman to receive the doc-
torate degree from The University of
Dr. Bradley, who was among the first
100 persons in the United States to re-
ceive the National Science Faculty
Fellowships in 1957-58, has a Bache-
lor's degree from Texas College and a
Master's degree from University of
Michigan. Her teaching positions in
Texas have extended from high school
to college. She has taught at Fouke
High School, Hawkins; Paul Quinn
College, Waco; and Texas College,
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