Teachers, Training of
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Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of letters to Ivory Buchan (Margaret Ivory Ritchie Buchan) and includes: Edinburgh letters, 1931-1938, beginning on a regular basis in 1934, with comments on teacher training, and setting up a private school in Blackhall; South Africa letters, 1938-1951, going abroad for health reasons, early difficulties in South Africa, and about work in Benoni and Johannesburg.
Scope and Contents The papers of Professor Mitchell at Gen. 2271-2290 include poems, plays and an unfinished novel Moth and Peaseblossom which was to followCobweb and mustard seedpublished in 1928; copies of A slim volume; notes and manuscripts; general letters from between the 1920s and the 1980s; papers on educational research; letters to him on education; papers on contemporary poets and artists; and, material on religion and tolerance, and pulpit teaching. There are card indexes for Mitchell's research on...
Dates: circa 1919-1984
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. ...