Teachers, Training of
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Article entitled "‘A Froebel trained “Scot” from Edinburgh’: Miss Isabel Little (1876-1937)." by Dr Helen May, 2020
Scope and Contents This paper is a part of a publication on Scots in New Zealand and relates the life of Isabel Little, a "Froebel trained Scot from Edinburgh" who studied at the Free Church Training College, Moray House and who emigrated to New Zealand in 1912. The paper was written by Dr Helen May, Emeritus Professor at the University of Otago, and was prepared for The International Froebel Society (IFS) conference planned in Edinburgh for June 2020. The conference was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic,...
Copy of an oral statement made by the Right Honourable Bruce Millan, M,P. on the Review of Teacher Training in Scotland, 13 December 1977
Identifier: EUA GD55/1/4/1/4
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Comprises records relating to finance, the administration of the Library, the proposed link between Moray House and Heriot-Watt and teacher training in Scotland. Also contains a copy of the College's grant of arms certificate.
Dates: 13 December 1977
Found in: Edinburgh University Library Special Collections / EUA GD55, Records of the Dunfermline College of Physical Education Old Students' Association / Records generated by the Old Students' Association / Records relating to Dunfermline College of Physical Education (DCPE) / Governance and administration
Scope and Contents Thomson outlines the structure of the course and describes what is expected of the students, the value of practical experience, and the difficulties of offering practical experience alongside teaching on a training course. He also discusses the problem of practical experience impinging on written work and study, and how students can manage their time accordingly. Thomson describes the importance of ensuring the knowledge the students have of various classes is brought together, and...
Dates: 8 Oct 1930
Scope and Contents The lecture outlines the aims and purposes of working in a study group and the expectation that each group would study a subject and present it over the course of a lecture to the remainder of the class. Thomson provides guidelines and suggestions for how this should best be done. He also highlights the benefits subsequent wide reading and knowledge will bring to the students.
Sub-Series — Box CLX-A-1627: Series Coll-1972/2
Scope and Contents This section contains the following textbooks: Mowat, Training in Reading and Study (Edinburgh and London: oliver and Boyd, 1942) Douglas Mcintosh, David Walker, Donald MacKay, The Scaling of Teachers' Marks and Estimates (Edinburgh and London: Oliver and Boyd, 1949). Signed by D. McIntosh and D. Walker. ...