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A branch of the bank will be located at the northern end of the building in which the Registration Office is located. Upon completion of the degree courses, students will take the first year of the course for the Bachelor of Education degree.

Table of Scholarships, Prizes and Bursaries  University Library
Table of Scholarships, Prizes and Bursaries University Library

Post-Graduate Studies

University Library

Examinations

Graduation

The Union is an organization designed to provide a common center for many important activities of university life outside the lecture hall and laboratory. The Union accepts books for sale to other students at two-thirds, or less, of the new price subject to conditions. earn less a small handling fee. Dry cleaning, boot repair, laundry and similar services are handled at special rates through the Union.

The Union Theatre, the Ewing Art Gallery (approached by the theatre), the Rowden White Library (up in the south-east corner) are main features of Union House. Every Saturday evening in the first and second terms, a sociable evening known as "Union Night" is held in the Union House.

Student Facilities

In addition to providing a common meeting place and social center for students of all faculties, the Association works in various ways, for example with a theater, a library and a music room, to promote wider cultural interests and in general. in real university study they emphasize the importance of a wide range of activities not directly connected with examinations and encourage every student to participate reasonably in the non-academic side of university life. Students can find accommodation in hostels, private homes, apartments or guesthouses through the housing officer. Joseph, is located in an office opening next to the men's lounge on the first floor of Union House.

The attention of students is drawn to university units for the training of air force and army personnel. Training Depot; details of the Melbourne University Air Force Squadron can be obtained from Squadron Leader C.

Student Guidance

Overseas Students

Appointments Board

All men and women currently registered and available for employment are hereby notified of the relevant vacancies to be notified by the Board. They also receive a copy of the nominating committee report each year, which contains updated information on recruitment trends, graduate opportunities and current salary rates. The university tuition fees listed above do not include tuition fees payable to the schools themselves.

For further information about the faculties, students are referred to the sections printed in the University Calendar and to the heads of faculties. In addition to general information about the University, the diary contains information about the dates of exams and lectures, applications for scholarships and sports matches; also contains an indexed map of the university.

REGULATIONS

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Education shall subse- quently to their admission to the course pursue their studies for at least

FIRST YEAR

  • Candidates who have qualified for a degree in this University or in some other University recognized for the purpose by the Pro-
  • Subject to dispensation granted in special cases by the Faculty of Education no candidate shall be allowed to enter for the examination
  • The examination in the first year shall be for both Pass Honours. All candidates must pass in the following subjects
  • No candidate shall be placed in the Class List at any examina tion unless he bas at that examination passed in all the subjects required
  • A candidate who at any Annual Examination passes in any subject of the examination for the first year shall receive credit therefor
  • There shall be open to competition among Honours candidates in the first year the Dwight's Prize of Twenty-five,pounds and the Hugh
  • Candidates who have passed the prescribed examinations and otherwise fulfilled the foregoing conditions may be granted a certificate

Candidates who have passed the prescribed examinations and otherwise fulfilled the preceding conditions may be awarded a certificate otherwise meeting the preceding conditions may be awarded a certificate known as the Education Diploma.

SECOND YEAR

  • Candidates may be admitted to the second year of the Course who —
  • The subjects of examination in the second year shall be
  • Candidates whose record of practical teaching or other educa- tional work since the completion of the first year is of a standard approved
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, a candidate who under any Regulation or Regulations in force on the thirty-first day of
  • This Regulation shall expire on the thirty-first day of Decem- ber, 1965.]
  • A candidate for the Degree of Master of Education must before being admitted to the course have completed the course for the Degree
  • Each candidate must submit a thesis* containing an original and outstanding contribution to some branch of educational theory or prac-
  • A candidate otherwise qualified whose thesis is certified by the examiners to be of sufficient merit, and who is of at least one year's
  • Candidates for the Diploma in Physical Education shall subse- quently to their matriculation pursue their studies for two years and
  • Before entering on the course for the Diploma candidates must (a) pass a medical examination to the satisfaction of the
  • The subjects to be passed shall be First Year
  • Where a candidate in any year has passed in some only of the subjects of the year he shall be entitled to credit for such subjects. All
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any Statute or Regulation a candidate who has regularly attended classes may on
  • In each of the subjects Body Mechanics Preventive Work Prac- tical Exercises Parts I and II Teaching Practice and Observation
  • The Board of Studies may exempt a candidate from attending the classes and passing the examinations in any subject of the course on
  • А candidate who has fulfilled the requirements of this regula- tion and complied with the required conditions may be granted the
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any Statute or Regulation the University shall not be bound to provide the course of

The work for the thesis will be carried out under the guidance of the Professor of Education over a period of not less than twelve months. Before entering the course for the Diploma, candidates must (a) pass a medical examination to the satisfaction of the (a) pass a medical examination to the satisfaction of the. Where in any year a candidate has passed only in some of the subjects of the year, he is entitled to credit for such subjects.

All first-year courses must be completed before any second-year courses are taken, except that the Board of Studies may in special circumstances allow a candidate to take an approved first-year course with second-year courses. second. Annual Examinations He will be granted a pass in any First Year subject without being required to sit for the examination, if his performances in the written tests and in practical work throughout the year have been of a satisfactory standard.

EDUCATION

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

HISTORY AND PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION

Students who choose this subject for advanced work in their honors course will not be required to take part in any special assignment in the annual examination, but will receive credit for exercises and tests completed during the year.

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION

Internal students can appear for tests conducted during the year. and, if successful, will not be required to sit for the paper at the Annual Examination. S.-'A Critical Account of Australian Education', in Institute of Education, University of London, The Year Book of Education, 1936.

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Internal students may - register themselves for tests administered during the year and if they achieve a standard clearly above pass level, they will not be required to sit the Annual Examination. Internal students who choose this subject for advanced work in their honors course shall not be required to take a special paper at the Annual Examination, but shall attend such sessions and submit such work as the lecturer in charge may require. Physics and Chemistry can be chosen as separate methods or combined as one method (1st and 2nd only).

By arrangement, the first half of the series of Method Lectures in Natural Sciences will deal with the teaching of General Science. Internal students may register themselves for tests administered during the year and, if successful, will not be required to take the paper at the Annual Examination.

PRACTICAL TEACHING

Practice in the school library : any student can use it as a third method, but not as a first or second method, unless the student has a certain qualification for library work or is actually responsible for the school library. Students partially exempted from practical instruction under section 2 shall ordinarily be required to teach for three weeks in a prescribed school of practice, to attend discussions and demonstration lessons, to spend specified periods on observation, and to pass satisfactorily such tests in teaching practice, as can be guided by a pedagogic professor. In special cases, with the consent of the Faculty of Education, the pedagogic professor can make other arrangements.

If a student fails in the practical teaching, in a subsequent year he must go through the extra practice and tests that may have been prescribed and can apply for another test. If he teaches at an approved school, an agreement can be made for the test to be held at this school.

GROUP A

All applications for partial exemption from Practical Instruction must be set out on a special form to be obtained from the School of Education and submitted before March 28, 1958. Rural and Out-of-State students, in order to meet these requirements, must undertake, on enrollment for the Course, to come to Melbourne for three weeks of practical instruction at the time specified by the School of Education. Students are expected to achieve a certain standard of efficiency in Practical Teaching during the year.

There is no formal test at the time of the annual examination, unless special circumstances warrant the holding of such a test, where candidates are normally awarded with honors or returned as having passed or failed, according to the standard achieved during the year . Students who later wish to present a thesis for the Master of Education degree are advised to include Educational Research in their group of three subjects.

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL BASES OF EDUCATION

As a general rule, he will not be allowed to present again until July of the following year. In all cases, the report on his work in his own school will be taken into account. No subject is compulsory, but students must take at least one subject from each of Groups A and B. Students who later wish to present a dissertation for the Master's Degree in Education are advised to include Educational Research in their group of three subjects.

Philosophies of Education—Part I Forty-first Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 1942. Philosophies and Modern Education—Part I of the Fifty-fourth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 1955 0.—The Influence of education in society.

MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE

During the lectures, reference will be made to a number of official Australian publications. Board of Education (England and Wales)—Report of the Advisory Committee on Secondary Education, with special • reference to Grammar and Technical Colleges. Education Council (England and Wales)—Report of the Advisory Committee on Young People's Education. London, Harrap, 1932.) Scottish Education Department—Secondary Education: A Report of the.

Board of Education (England and Wales)—Report of the Consultative Committee on the Primary School. National Union of Teachers (England)—The curriculum of the Secondary School. eds.)—International Review of Education.

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Students will receive credit for a 3,000-word essay to be submitted by October 31st. All students are expected to submit an essay at the end of the second semester and this will be considered part of the exam. At the special seminars, the lecturers will be associated with a visiting researcher who will introduce the students to an important phase of Australian educational history, on which he has shed new light.

The following themes are discussed: the evolution of the relationship between church and state in education, the construction of a public education system, the impact of liberal social views on educational development, the trends in pedagogy and the evolution of the organization , curriculum and method of secondary education. All students are expected to submit an essay at the end of the third semester.

GROUP B

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATION

ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

PRACTICAL TEACHING (ADVANCED)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

DIPLOMA IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PART I

HYGIENE, DIET AND FIRST AID

HISTORY, PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF PHYSICAL"

GENERAL AND SPECIAL METHODS OF TEACHING

PRACTICAL EYERCISES PART I

TEACHING PRACTICE AND OBSERVATION PART I

ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PART II

PREVENTIVE WORK

PLAY AND RECREATION

ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

MODERN PROBLEMS IN EDUCATION

PRACTICAL EXERCISES PART II

TEACHING PRACTICE AND OBSERVATION PART II

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

ANNUAL EXAMINATION PAPERS

Note

Commerce, Criminology, Economics, Fine Arts, History, History and Methods

Melbourne University Lecture Notes

Note on Limits of Circulation

FACULTY HANDBOOKS

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE PUBLIC AND MATRICULATION

EXAMINATION PAPERS

Matriculation

Leaving and Intermediate

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