A history of teacher training in Queensland

Anderson, Norman Reid (1962). A history of teacher training in Queensland Master's Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

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Author Anderson, Norman Reid
Thesis Title A history of teacher training in Queensland
School, Centre or Institute School of Education
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1962
Thesis type Master's Thesis
Supervisor D. J. Drinkwater
Total pages 343
Language eng
Subjects 130313 Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Formatted abstract
This work was undertaken with a view to producing a connected account of an important aspect of education in Queensland which had previously been dealt with only in official reports, or incidentally in works dealing with other aspects of education.

Information was collected from the annual reports on education made to Parliament each year since 1860, from the pages of journals published by teachers or their Union, from the Press, from Parliamentary debates, from University publications, and from the records of the Department of Education and Teachers' College. Further information was obtained from non-State sources by Interview and inquiry. The information was discussed with teachers and others to verify it, expand it, and throw light on it which was not always apparent otherwise.

By these means the stages through which the training of teachers in Queens land passed were determined. At each stage, and in the final chapter, an attempt was made to trace the pattern of development and the causes of such development. Finally, some desirable future developments were suggested, with comment on the possibility of their attainment.
Keyword Teachers -- Training of -- Queensland.
Thesis -- MEd.

Document type: Thesis
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