Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 77
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SESSION OF 1922-'23 77~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Above course continued. Scales and tests for the measurement
of the individual are stressed. Special emphasis is placed
upon the Stanford Revision of the Binet Scale.
This course considers the social mind and its relation to the
individual mind. Attention is given to social suggestion, imitation,
the crowd, public opinion, class consciousness and other
problems of collective behavior.
A special study of psychological investigations, and of practical
applications of psychology. Text: Hollingsworth and Poffenberger,
115.-Elementary Educational Psychology (See Psychology).
125.-Rural Social Welfare.
A study of industrial and social conditions of the rural community,
with special emphasis upon the needs of the rural church.
133.-Principles of Religious Education.
An interpretation of the problem of education as it applies
to training in the Christian religion.
145.-Primary Method in the Bible School.
A course having to do with the primary child; the room and
its furnishings; the program, lesson materials, use of pictures, etc.
155-Elementary Principles and Methods for the Bible School.
In this course an attempt is made to fit the instruction to the
needs and capacities of the elementary child.
This course deals with the facts and principles of physical,
mental, moral and religious development throughout the period
SE SSION OF 1922-'23
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