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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-405

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxiii in order that the shortages of staff and of accommodation should not be too much of handicap during the coming session the under- graduate intake has been kept to five students this is the only way of enabling students from the Music Colleges to continue to attend certain lectures and classes FACULTIES OF ARTS AND SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Number of Students Postgraduate Certificate in Education 120 Academic Diploma in Education Phil Ph Occasional Results of Examinations 113 students passed the Postgraduate Certificate examination eight gaining Distinction in the written examination and five in the practical examination One student was awarded the Academic Diploma in Education Departmental Notes This was the first session in which the main parts of the postgraduate training course were no longer taken jointly with the Institute of Education but the joint arrangements dating back to 1910 continue for the optional subjects and for the whole of higher degree work The department's mobile television recording unit under the direc- tion of Mr Muir and Mr Harris became fully operational in January Since then thirty-seven recordings have been made in the London area and in the Midlands This year for the first time the experiment was tried of having the bulk of the final period of teaching-practice Summer term on full five-day-a-week basis Professor Beales gave the Address at the Jubilee Conference of the Catholic Teachers' Federation at Liverpool and lectured on the Historical Background of the Gibraltar Problem to the Boston branch of the Historical Association and on School Reorganisation Problems to the annual Conference of Catholic Colleges He was
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