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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1930. Department of Secondary Education.
This study was made in an effort to determine the scientific interests of junior high school pupils as shown by the questions they ask. Such scientific interests are perhaps best defined as the desire for knowledge relating to the physical world and its phenomena. A special effort was made to have these questions be the genuine and original questions of interest to the pupils as explained herein, since it was realized that only by succeeding in securing some degree of such spontaneity would this study be of value.
Advisor: H. C. Koch