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William Pye, MA Bed Melb (ambtshalve) Peter J Ralph, DipArt RMIT TSTC EdDeptVic Barry Rogers. Geoffrey M Poynter, BCom Melb BEd Mon TPTC EdDeptVic William Pye, MA BEd Melb (ambtshalve).

Students' Loan Fund

Constitution of the Council of Melbourne State College

The Council has the power to —. a) from time to time determine the terms and conditions under which the students of the College and any other person may attend classes or use any premises or equipment of the College;. The Council may use the buildings and land appurtenances vested in or under the management and control of the Minister for Education which, when this Order comes into force, constitute or are situated on the premises of the College, and any buildings or appurtenances erected or placed on after in or on the said land or buildings.

Undergraduate and Diploma in Education Courses Offered

Bachelor of Education (Art and Crafts)

Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Diploma of Teaching/Bachelor of Education (Primary)

Teachers who hold the DTP award and have completed at least one year of full-time teaching experience may resume their course and undertake a year of full-time or equivalent part-time study.

Graduate Diploma in Education

Subjects Undertaken at Other Institutions

Admission and Enrolment Procedures

Information on Courses and Selection

Applications for Admission to Undergraduate Courses

Diploma in Education

Applicants to Bachelor of Education courses who are teachers and who wish to complete or upgrade their qualifications must apply directly to the College on the forms available from the Registrar's Department or, if external examination is intended, from the External Studies Department, no later than on 7 September 1979. Applicants should note, however, that it will not be possible to claim credit for subjects completed at an earlier date until after successful admission to the course.

Re-enrolment Dates

Successful applicants will receive appropriate credit upon admission for the course in which they have been placed.

Change of Name or Address

Change of Subject

Application for Admission with Advanced Standing

Attend the Enrollment Center on the first day to complete an enrollment form and pay the College fee. Note: Some students will be able to obtain course advice and an 'Authorisation to Enroll' form and complete their enrollment form on the first day.


Obtain within the next two days, after gathering additional information about the available subjects, course advising and an "Authorization to Enroll" form from the designated course advisor. An enrollment is not completed or accepted until the 'Authorization to Enrol' form is presented.

Leave of Absence

Students must attend the college on the specified date or, where special circumstances apply, arrange for a responsible person to attend on their behalf. Failure to register on the specified date may result in the place being offered to another applicant.

Withdrawal from Course

Returning students are asked to bring their 1979 student ID to the Enrollment Center for an update. Information on enrollment procedures is included in the Student Information Sheet, which will be available upon enrollment.

Special Consideration


Transcripts of a student's academic record will be issued upon request, free of charge, up to six months after the completion of the College course. Requests for academic record transcripts must be submitted on the form available from the Student Records Office.

Change of Course or Course Stream


Application for Single Subject Enrolments

Official Notices

External Studies

General Information

Asian Studies A

Normally the College does not offer external studies in this course, but for holders of the Higher Education Diploma (Secondary) — Arts and Crafts, who wish to upgrade their qualifications, special provisions have been made. To complete the Bachelor of Education (Arts and Crafts) most holders of Higher Diploma of Education (Secondary) — Arts and Crafts will need to enroll in one 6-hour studio subject at Year 3 level, as well as one Year 4 level academic subject .

Courses for Primary Teachers

Application for Entry

General Regulations


Regulation. 2 — Entry Quotas

Suspension and Limitation for Unsatisfactory Progress

Notification of each action will be sent by registered mail to the address that the student has registered with the program committee. Such an appeal must be submitted to the secretary of the program committee within 28 days of the day on which the notification of the action of the program committee is posted to the student.

Appeals on Academic Matters

Before confirming a decision on such matters, the course committee shall consult with the heads of those departments in which the errors occurred and offer the student an opportunity to show cause why action should not be taken under this section. Before confirming a decision on such matters, the subject committee shall consult with the heads of those departments in which the errors occurred and offer the student an opportunity to show cause why no action should be taken under this section.

Fees 21


Objection to Payment of Fees

Deferred Payment of Fees

Policy on Refund of Fees


The Board of Studies

The teaching staff of the university college has the right to annually elect four representatives to the council. Students enrolled in college courses are entitled to elect four representatives to the council each year.


In the event that a member elected under category (ii), (iii) or (iv) above is elected President of the Board, and notwithstanding the provisions of these clauses, the electorate returning that member shall be entitled to choose an additional member. tional member. vi) Persons who are not members of the college. The Board of Directors may by resolution co-opt up to two additional members for a maximum period of 12 months, but may be extended, provided that the membership of the Board does not exceed 50 persons.

Course Committees

The Committee has the right to appoint two non-college members to the Committee who are: a staff member of a college affiliated to the Victoria Institute of Colleges or a constituent college of the State College of Victoria;. another person interested in education. For each course, the personnel committee is asked to appoint a study coordinator or an executive officer who will, among other things, . to light up. ex officio member of the course commission;

Course Development

iii) provide appropriate information to enable the Course Committee to develop policy; kit initiate discussions on policy development;. iv) provide appropriate information to enable the Committee to carry out its duties. Such sub-committees are responsible for the matters which the course committee may delegate.

Relations Between the Various Bodies of the College Concerned with Academic Matters

In addition, course committees will regularly forward copies of all minutes to the Secretary of the Board. Responses received from faculty by the dates set by the subject committees will be reviewed by the subject committees before recommendations are sent to the Board.

Course Committee Contacts

Selection Officers and Course Advisers Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Student Services

Student Services Officer

Careers and Employment Officer

Student Health Service

Student Counselling Service

Student Housing Service

Education Department Accommodation

Short-Term Loans: Up to $100 to be repaid over a period of three months or by the end of the academic year, whichever is shorter. Long-term loans: up to $500 (larger loans will be considered in exceptional cases), usually repayable by the beginning of the following academic year.

Financial Assistance

Tertiary Education Assistance Scheme

Staff 31


Teaching Departments

Art and Design


Business Studies

Chemistry and Physics

Staff 33

Peter J Rogers, BSc(Honsl PhD Melb DipEd MAIP Carole E Scollary, MSc PhD BEd Melb ARACI.


Curriculum Studies

Kevin F Mongan, BCom BEd Melb TPTC EdDeptVic R Joy Peletier, BA BEd Melb TPTC QIdTC David R Pontin, HDTS(A&C). Chris Shelton, TSTC(A&C) EdDeptVic BEd(A&C) SCV William N Stringer, BA BEd Melb BEd Mon FRGS Mervyn K Vogt, BCom Melb BEd Mon ACTT EdDeptVic Graeme L Willcox, BA DipEd MEd Melb MA Sussex Lorraine M WilDeptV, TITC.


Educational Psychology

Staff 35

Educational Sociology and Social Studies

Environmental Science Program


History and Politics

Language and Literature

Staff 37

John A Johnson, BA (Hons) PhD Melbourne Daniel Kemp, M. M. Melbourne PhD Beverly Kennedy', M. A. Melb PhD David F McRae, BA Melb PhD Janet Milman, BA Melb PhD Raymond J Misson, M. A. Melb Brian E J Symes, BA Degree Melbourne Helen K Tippett, Legoro la BA(Hons) Melbourne Anita M Treloar, Legoro la BA Mon TPTC EdDeptVic Peter J Wakeham, Legoro la BA(Hons) Melbourne Constance M Warren, Legoro la BA Melbourne W James Young, Legoro la MA Melbourne Thekgo.



BSc Malaya MSc PhD Warwick John S Murnane, BAppSc RMIT TPTC EdDeptVic Geoffrey Orrin, BSc(Hons) DipEd Melb. BEc Ma BEd LaT TPTC Old Michael W Sorrell, BSc Melb BEd Mon TSTC EdDeptVic Michael S Thompson, BSc(Hons) Tas DipEd LaT Ronald J Welsh, BA BEd Mon TPTC EdDeptVic Support.

Media Arts and Education


Staff 39

Noojee Outdoor Education Centre


Physical Education, Health and Recreation


School Experience

Special Education

Staff 41 Administration and Services

Office of the Principal

Co-ordinators of Studies

Education Faculty

Tertiary Education Research Unit

Gryphon Gallery

Education Resource Centre

Staff 43

Registrar's Department

Business Manager's Department

Staff 45

Honorary Academic Staff

Principles for School Experience

The criteria for placement in schools must include: a) awareness of the home environment and the environment of the school, one's maturity and safety. More emphasis should be placed on 'team teaching' to reduce isolation and the notion of 'my class'. a) students collaborating with each other on projects at schools (b) collaborating with faculty staff on projects at school (c) working as groups with peer groups at the faculty.

The School Experience Handbook

Students should be given the opportunity to see expertise and work in their areas of strength and interest. There should be a closer connection and information from the subject departments:. a) students should be encouraged to review their areas of weakness or lack of interest, and should be helped in these areas at school by school and college staff. be a continuous program of development of the school experience throughout a student's course. Many students will be placed in schools outside their home environment and therefore will not be aware of the community factors that help shape school policy, although students placed in schools in the areas with which they are familiar known are also often not aware of these factors.

Shelf Arrangement and Location


Reader Education

Acquisition of New Materials

The Catalogues

Alice Hoy Memorial Book Collection

Gladman Prize Collection

Book Security System

ERC Hours

ERC Guide

The Gryphon Gallery

Groups of undergraduate students (art and craft) gain valuable professional experience by working in the Gallery during their last year of study.

Art Collection

Day Nursery

The Open Stage

Since moving to the theater in early 1974, it has staged 70 productions of scripted dramas, musicals, environmental events, group works, improvisations and puppetry. During 1979 the following productions were shown at the theater (the starred pieces were written or created by students): 'After You, Mr Muybridge', 'Romeo and Juliet', 'Chautauqua', 'The Iliad', 'Alice Alderson's Amazing War Relief Concert Party', 'Fungus the Bogeyman', a dual bill of The Weekend' and The Importance of Being Bruce', 'Clownmaker' and 'Play Dice with Demeter — a dance production', as well as many lunch - hourly concerts and poetry readings, and two full weeks of evening concerts by the music department.

Students' Association

SA Offices

Elected Committees of the Students' Association

This committee consists of all elected officers of the SA and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the affairs of the Association. He is responsible for developing policies for recommendations for the General Meetings of Students and for planning and implementing the Association's priorities.


Any club or association in any area of ​​interest can be formed by at least 15 members of the Association. This committee arranges publicity for all SA activities and services, and is responsible for the production of the weekly activities news page 'Star' and for the student newspaper 'Prol'.

Bullwinkle's Shop

Lunchtime concerts, balls, debates and all activities of a social nature are coordinated by this committee. All elected officials and representatives, and student members on academic committees of the College are members of this committee.

Bachelor of Education (Art and Crafts)

Regulations for the Course for the Bachelor of Education

Art and Crafts)

The points to be scored for passing such a course will be determined by the Board of Studies. Common content subjects will be determined from time to time by the Board of Studies.

Table of Subjects
Table of Subjects

Advice to Students

Course Advisers

Structure of the Course

Selection of Subjects

Before applying for enrollment in any subjects, students must ensure that they have met the necessary prerequisite conditions for enrollment in those subjects.

Subjects Selected from other Courses at the College

Subject Summaries




Human Development and Education Berkeley (California): McCutchan 1976 Field. D d Newick J legs) The Study of Education and Art London: RKP 1973.


Stoves and stove management - students are encouraged to participate in the design, construction and operation of a solid fuel stove.


18 points




The fulfillment of the tasks specified in the contract should be to the satisfaction of both parties. Each of the following aspects of the student's work will be specified in the contract:. a) the quality of daily participation in each of the group activities:.


7 points

Topics may include a comparative cross-cultural examination of the forms of education in Western society, education and society in earlier eras, comparative studies of innovation and strategies of teaching and learning, and studies of education in Asian and communist countries. Educational Psychology: Lectures and seminars are used to explore different approaches to teaching and learning, and understanding and explaining human behavior.


Sociology of Education: After an introduction to several major sociological perspectives, students will explore the concept of the social construction of reality and the implications of this concept for both education and the sociology of art. Philosophy: An examination of problems of perception, epistemological theories, and implications for any theory of education or the arts.


Based on seminar presentations and a major assignment that may take the form of a critical analysis of a theoretical area or a report of a small research project or community or school involvement project. During the study, visual material – captured photographically and associated with written records – will take the form of a project prepared and submitted for review in Term 3.



Below are some of the topics that the theme can cover. Periodic reports and/or interviews are required when developing a thesis or research project.

Studies in Asian Art and Culture




Based on the presentation of a folio of work and notes on methods, processes and valuation at the end of the year. Based on the presentation of a folio of work and notes on methods, processes and valuation at the end of the year.


Assessment of each experience is based on the student's concepts and skills in the application of his/her knowledge and understanding of particular aspects of the curriculum. Assessment of each experience is based on the student's concepts and skills in the application of his/her knowledge and understanding of particular aspects of the curriculum.


The following program is covered in lectures, tutorials, demonstrations, practical workshops and fieldwork, and is mainly concerned, at this level, with creative photography and the development of students' perception of color and composition: history of the subject; photography as an art form; the role of the photographer in society; color theory and analysis of modern color processes; single color process; experimentation in color photography and applied infrared photography; color composition and psychological factors in color photography; creative illustrative photography or photojournalism; picture and motion photography; creative, technical and theoretical aspects of teaching photography up to secondary school level. Student progress is determined by equal weighting of class participation in lectures, tutorials and studio workshops, fieldwork, progressive assessment of individual work in prescribed photographic exercises and assignments, and submission of a portfolio of papers at the end of the subject. selected photographs for inclusion in a group exhibition.

3 points

Based on the presentation of a folio of prints, proofs, ideas, notes on methods, processes, and year-end valuation. Based on the presentation of a folio of work and notes on methods, processes, valuation and ideas at the end of the year.


Introduction and publication, assessment of contemporary printmaking - Australian and overseas, history of methods, lectures on production methods. Mounting and preparation, conservation and collection of prints, publishing, evaluation of contemporary prints - Australian and overseas, history of methods and study of production methods.





It is the student's responsibility to show proof of work produced in order to secure a permit. Any student who rates 'unsatisfactory' should know that his/her position will be discussed at length in conference between the Head of Department, the member of staff and the student in question both mid-term and at the end of the year.


There will still be the opportunity for students to work in any of the main areas of sculptural expression, but we would expect the student to choose fewer areas and work in more depth. The development of a sociological perspective that will help in understanding the above aspects of modern society can be developed through a critical review of the school process, especially in relation to the concepts of freedom in "open" education and innovation and how it reflects contemporary social and cultural issues.


This will give rise to the study and application of research techniques developed in the social sciences. An unsatisfactory result in one or more units will result in failure of the subject.


Students must submit a worksheet at the end of the year for final assessment by a panel consisting of the department head and all lecturers participating in the particular aspects of the craft in the current year. Students must submit a worksheet at the end of the year for final assessment by a panel consisting of the department head and all lecturers taking the particular aspect of the craft in the current year.

Regulations for the Course for the Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

The points to be obtained for passing such a course are as prescribed by the program committee. These regulations must be read and interpreted in conjunction with all documents relating to the working method of the Program Committee.

Subject Area Subject Group and Points Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4

Subject Area

Subject Group and Points Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4

Secretarial studies C are presented to us in 1980 subject to approval by the Senate of the SCV. An application may be made for accreditation of major studies in Sociology, and the availability of studies in Sociology beyond Group 2 level is subject to such accreditation and decisions of the Study Committee.

Outline of Course Streams

Arts (SMAT)

Business Studies (SMBS)

Drama (SMDR)

Environmental Science (SMES)

Librarianship (SMLA)

Music (SMMU)

Science (SMSC)

Film and television studies account for up to 50 per cent of discipline-based studies in this course. The course is not intended to prepare people to work in the commercial film and television industry.


Course Advice

Course Structure

Subjects, Groups and Points

Studies that require completion of relevant Group 2 subjects or completion of other Group 3 studies, e.g. All the subjects available for study, together with their division by groups and points, are listed on pages 93-97 of this manual.


Just as Teaching Methods introduces you to the skills of teaching, School Experience gives you the opportunity to apply your knowledge, skills and teaching methods in the real situation - schools. By working closely with teachers in schools you will gain additional skills and an appreciation for what it is really like to be a teacher.

The Course Committee for Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Advice to Students Enrolled in HDTS


Subject Descriptions

Bridging Studies

Participation in classes is an integral part of the course and submission of all assignment work is mandatory. Participation in seminars is an integral part of the course and submission of all assignment work is mandatory.


A list of other materials is available from the Biology Department at the beginning of the year. A bibliography is available from the Biology Department at the beginning of the year.

4 points

Based on a 2-hour test at the end of the semester and on participation in coursework,. 20% of the assessment is based on performance in a 1-hour test at the end of the semester.


Laboratory work and seminars: experiments in inorganic and physical chemistry; seminar topics covering a variety of chemical issues. Eighty hours of laboratory work offered in three terms, excluding school experience periods.


Additional information: Inquiries should be directed to the Department of Mathematics, room 707, Science Education Building. At least 15 per cent of the final assessment will be assigned to the in-depth study.



The practical work will consist of approximately four programming projects with a total length of up to 200 statements and must be completed satisfactorily to gain a pass.




Seminar participation is an integral part of the subject and attendance at classes is compulsory. Seminar participation is an integral part of the subject and attendance at classes is compulsory.



  • Subject-based Program
  • Contract-based Programs
  • Elective-based Program

Assessment is the responsibility of the team staff and is made after a review of the students' work for the year. Assessment for each elective is described in the list of electives offered and is the responsibility of the member of staff leading that elective.


At the beginning of the year, each student is assigned to a tutorial leader who is responsible for supervising the work and programs of that student, including the arrangement and team validation of the student contracts, supervision of the students' progress through regular meetings, visits during teaching rounds, and pastoral care. The contract is supervised by the staff member and assessed based on the negotiated terms.


Teaching Method — Legal Studies (Field of Higher Secondary Education) Prerequisite: Legal Studies B or its equivalent. Method of Teaching — Secretarial Studies (Secondary and Senior Secondary Teaching Area) Prerequisite: Secretarial Studies B or its equivalent.



Tolstoy, L Anna Karenin Harmondsworth: Penguin 1969 'Forster, E M A Passage to India Harmondsworth: Penguin 1969 Woolf, V To The Lighthouse St Albans (Herts): Panther 1977 Waugh, E Decline dhe Fall Harmondsworth: Penguinrnegut 196, St Albans (Herts): Panther 1975 Drama. W King Lear New York: Signet 1975 Jonson, B Volpone Tonbridge: New Mermaid 1968 Chekhov, A Three Sisters Harmondsworth: Penguin 1970 Shaw, G.



Joyce, J Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Harmondsworth: Penguin 1969 'Lawrence, D H Women in Love Harmondsworth: Penguin 1969. Foster, B The Changing English Language Harmondsworth: Penguin 1970 (Students will be provided with sample texts from different periods.) Assessment.


This course is intended for fourth-year students who cannot take English Cl (due to school obligations) and who do not qualify for English D1 and D2. Students who have successfully completed the elective course English B or English C in Austrian literature cannot register for this course.


This course may only be taken by students who are currently enrolled in English Cl or who have passed English Cl or its equivalent in a previous year. Students who have successfully completed the elective course English in Education of English B or English C cannot register for this course.


The MLA Style Sheet 2nd edn New York: Modern Language Association of America 1970 Reference lists are prepared with supervisor. The assessment is performed by the supervisor and another member of the department.


The concept of "democratic" political and philosophical "Westminster" principles will be studied in the context of social change in a technological future of Australian society. Students are encouraged to develop basic theoretical and practical skills in social inquiry methods and data interpretation techniques.



This unit will be chosen for students at the end of the study in French B. Experimentation by the student will take place under the guidance of staff in the techniques of language acquisition.


  • lectures, one 2-hour laboratory class and one 2-hour seminar a week, together with approximately 20 hours of field activities, for one term
  • lectures, one 2-hour laboratory class and one 1-hour seminar a week, together with approximately 20 hours of field activities, in second term
  • lectures, one 2-hour practical class and one 1-hour tutorial a week, together with approximately 20 hours of field activities, for one term
  • lectures, one 2-hour workshop, and one 1-hour seminar a week, together with approximately 20 hours of field activities, in first term
  • lectures, one 3-hour laboratory class, and one 1-hour seminar a week, together with approximately 20 hours of field activities

Four hours of lessons per week throughout the year in the form of two 1-hour lectures and one 2-hour exercise. The course is taught in the second half of the year with two 1-hour lectures and one 2-hour exercise (including workshops) per week.

6 points

Australian History

South East Asian History — Vietnam

South East Asian History — Indonesia


An overview of the history of historiography with special emphasis on one or two selected aspects, e.g. Full details of a reading and resource list will be available at the start of the subject.


Lloyd, D The Idea of ​​Law Harmondsworth: Penguin 1970 A detailed guide will be issued at the beginning of the year. One exam at the end of the year constitutes 40 per cent. of the assessment.


This course continues to explore the role of law in society by examining the connections between social goals and the use of law to achieve those goals. The test of the optional section will take place at the end of the 2nd semester and will comprise 20 percent of the grade.

2 points

The overall purpose of this subject is to introduce students to the field of school librarianship so that they can outline the connection between pedagogical practice, resource-based learning and library resource center development. i) Educational trends and ERC development (ii) Resources in learning. iii) Education Resource Center facilities and services (iv) Resource Centers in Practice. Students must complete all sections of the course to a satisfactory level to achieve a pass in this subject. The assessment is based on: participation in and participation in seminars, workshops and all visits to school ERCs; written report on visited ERCs in primary school; Presentation of a seminar topic; a 1,000 word paper describing the role and functions of the education resource center in relation to the school's education programme.


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