Special Reports On Educational Subjects Volume 4, Pt. 1
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 Excerpt: ...practical teaching from the Principal of the Provincial Normal School. 3. To have taught successfully in this province for one year, after having obtained a non-professional second class cert...
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ficate. First Class. 1. To have a non-professional first class certificate, or a degree in arte entitling the holder to a non-professional first class certificate. 2. To have attended at least one full session, either for first or second class candidates, at the Provincial Normal School, to have passed the professional examination for a first class certificate, and to have received a satisfactory reHrt on conduct and practical teaching from the principal of the Provincial Normal School. 3. To have taught successfully in this province for one year, after having obtained a non-professional first class certificate. COLLEGIATE OK H1UH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE. (Princi»ls of Collegiate or High Schools must hold this certificate.) 1. To have the degree of Bachelor of Arts from some university in Her Majesty's Dominions. 2. To have a professional first class certificate. COLLEGIATE OK HiGH SCHOOL ASSISTANTS CERTIFICATE. 1. To have standing equivalent to that of I he previous examination in the University of Manitoba. 2. To have a professional first class certificate. SPECIALIST'S CERTIFICATE. 1. Candidates on presenting to the Advisory-Board sufficient evidence of being able to read French or German and to speak either of these languages fluently and correctly, may receive a temporary certificate, entitling them to teach in a Collegiate or High School as socialists in such language. Such certificates may be made permanent after a year on evidence of successful teaching. 2. Specialists in drawing, music, elocution, and calisthenics, may secure certificates on such conditions an...