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Teachers, Training of

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = AMS

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Material around the Edinburgh University student history of Alan Owen MA., Dip.Ed., B.Ed

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1182
Identifier: Coll-1439
Scope and Contents The collection of material relating to life at University for Alan Owen and Anne Hyslop Gemmell is composed of: Cowan House, Hall of Residence for Men - Owen admitted 1939 - documents relating to Cowan House residency Inclusive Fee Regulation cards, General Council registration, and class cards for varied subjects between 1939-1948 - documents relating to both Owen and Anne Hyslop Gemmell ...
Dates: 1939-1948

Material collected by Marian Cooke

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1445
Scope and Contents Twelfth International Congress of Pyschology programme, 1948; Twelfth International Confress of Psychology notes and provisional timetable of papers, 1948; Proceedings and papers of the Twelfth International Congress of Psychology, 1948; Short Letter to Cooke from Thomson regarding a diagram he asked her to duplicate, with the accompanying diagrams/graphs drawn by...
Dates: 1918-1955

Material relating to Albert E. G. Pilliner

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1443
Scope and Contents Letters relating to Pilliner's appointment, April 1949; Ph.D. thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1965; Publications authored by Pilliner, 1958-1978; Publications collected by Pilliner, 1968-2003; Report to UNESCO, 1961 Reports to the British Council, 1964-1983; Material regarding the Godfrey Thomson unit,...
Dates: 1961-1983

Opening lecture for the Training, Theory and Practice of Education course, 8 Oct 1930

 File
Identifier: Coll-1310/3/1/3/3
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

Study Groups, c1930s

 File
Identifier: Coll-1310/3/1/3/6
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.
Dates: c1930s