|1. CHARACTER IN THE COLLEGES1|
|The Aim of the Study · A Working Definition of Char-
acter · The Assumptions of the Study · The Method of
the Study · Reactions to and from the Visits · Some Words
of Caution · The Organization of the Report|
|2. THE LEVEL OF EXPECTANCY9|
|The Outer Limits · The Encouragement of Excellence ·
Establishing and Maintaining the Level|
|3. THE CONCEPT OF TEACHING40|
|Commitment and Objectivity · Devotion to the Subject ·
Setting an Example for Students · Attempts at Training
and Evaluation · Excellence in Teaching|
|4. THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM55|
|The Essential of Student Interest · Relating the Subject
to the Student · Explorations in Depth and Attempts at
Synthesis · Tradition and the Structure · Relating Cam-
pus Activities to the Curriculum · Direct Contact with the
Faculty · Curriculum and Character Influences|
|5. THE DEGREE OF STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY78|
|The Principle of Participation · Responsibility in the
Classroom · The Honor System in Action · Criticisms of
the Method · Acceptance of Responsibility · The Potential
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Book title: The College Influence on Student Character:An Exploratory Study in Selected Colleges and Universities Made for the Committee for the Study of Character Development in Education.
Contributors: Edward D. Eddy Jr. - Author, Mary Louise Parkhurst - Author, James S. Yakovakis - Author.
Publisher: American Council on Education.
Place of publication: Washington, DC.
Publication year: 1959.
Page number: xi.
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