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1. The Educational Screen Jan 1948 - Dec 1949

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... . New Materials B "Using Audio-Visual Aids in the Church School," a 15- page pamphlet by Richard W. Morton, director of religious education for the Unitarian Congregational Society of Hartford, Conn., is packed with valuable information and worth much more than twenty-five cents. Order from Am. Unitarian .A'ssn., 25 Beacon St., Boston 8 ...

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... . director of the Center for Mass Communication, Colum- bia University. Glen Burch of the Ford Foundation's Adult Ed- ucation program will speak on "Films and Adult Education." A feature of the session, to be held in the Unitarian Church, St ...

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... consideration the three aspects of the student's personality, that is the physical intellectual and mental aspects. Education which follows this unitarian and correctionalist principle abandons the old concepts of abstract pedagogy in order to strike out along new paths in human rationalized education ...

4. The Educational Screen Jan-Dec 1933

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... . Paul Revere Junior High School. Revere, Mass. Geokge a. Mark, Minister, First Congregational So- ciety, Unitarian, Leominster, Mass. Gordon P. Miller, University of Hawaii, Honolulu. Hawaii. Albert E. Osborne, Research Worker in Visual Edu- cation, Brooklyn, N ...

5. Visual Education Jan 1923-Dec 1924

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... . Education that is most effective gets under the skin without being labelled educational." — Rev. Phillips E. Osgood St. Mark's Church Minneapolis, Minn. Thus Rev. William E. Clark, of the Unitarian Church, of Memphis, intro- duced the picturization of Barrie's ""Little Minister" about to be shown his congregation on the screen ...

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... ); The Two Hundred Hopes (Amram Nowak .As- soc, for Unitarian Service Committee); A Village is Waiting (Erica Anderson, Inc. for Unitarian Service Committee); Infinite Horizons (Peck- ham Prods, for U. S. Science Exhibit, Seattle World's Fair ...

7. Business Screen Magazine Jan 1961 - Dec 1962

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... : Symiihuini Hall Merger Serv- ice (Universalist-Unitarian Assn.); Fifty Years of Service (Industrial Stainless Steel Corp.) ; Kings Chapel Service (American Unitarian Assn.); College Opportunities (Lloyd Bemis) ; Careers (Northeastern Univ.) ; Means, political ...

8. Movie Makers Jan-Dec 1947

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... . Paul Revere, James Otis, the victims of the Boston Mas- sacre and Benjamin Franklin's parents also rest here. Going up Tremont Street, you will find King's Chapel, originally a Church of England possession, which early in the days of our national inde- pendence became a Unitarian Church ...

9. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1921

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... Army duty convinced this pastor of the film's significance in religious service EXPERIENCE in CAMP and CHURCH R. Ernest Akin Pastor, First Unitarian Church, Louisville, Kentucky HOW did I start using movies in my church ...

10. Educational Film Magazine Jan 1921 – Mar 1922

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... . Rev. Joel H. Metcalf, pastor, of the Unitarian Church, Win- chester, Mass., one of the most progressive and widely known clergymen of that state, recently declared that the church should change its policy in regard to motion pictures in church work ...