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 6653.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
The Third regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1976-77 was held on Wednesday, November 17, 1976 at 8.00 p.m. in
the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Dean J . H. M. Andrews,
Dean D. V. Bates, Ms. J. P. Blandford, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. K. T. Brearley,
Mr. W. L. Broddy, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. D. Byl, Mr. R. J.
Carter, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. P. J. Dooling,
Dr. B. A. Dunell, Mr. R. J. Ensom, Mrs. F. Field, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C. V.
Finnegan, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. G.
Gedak, Dr. R. F. Gray, Acting Dean S. W. Hamilton, Dr. R. H. Hill, Dr. J. M.
Houston, Miss S. E. Hoyles, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dean W. D.
Kitts, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mr. J. Kulich, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Mr. J. B. Le Huquet,
Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Mrs. H. McCrae, Dr. D. J. MacDougall,
Dr. C A. McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Dr. J. H. McNeill, Rev. J. P. Martin,
Dr. H. Mitchell, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Mrs. N. B. Noble, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. D.
Poy, Dr. M. E. Prang, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dr. V. C Runeckles, Dr. S. O.
Russell, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Vice-President M. Shaw, Mr. A. F. Sheppard,
Dr. M. J. A. Smith, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Mr. J. A. C
Swainson, Miss C L. V. Warren, Mr. R. S. Whyte, Dean R. M. Will.
Observers:    Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor D. F. Miller, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dr. C S. Belshaw, Dr. D. Haley,
Dean P. A. Larkin, Dean S. W. Leung, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. J. K. Stager,
Dr. M. Uprichard, DeanC M. Volkoff.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dr. McGregor ) That the minutes of the Second regular meeting
Dr. Copp ) of Senate for the Session 1976-77, having been
circulated be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 6654.
Wednesday, November 17, 1976.
Senate membership
The Chairman welcomed to Senate the following student members-at-large
replacing Mr. B. J. Higgins and Mr. D. J . MacKinnon: -
Mrs. Maureen L. Peters and Mr. William Chow
Business arising from the Minutes
Disruption of lectures
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting following a statement
made by the President concerning the disruption of several lectures given on
campus by a visiting lecturer.
Dr. Suedfeld   ) That Senate request the administration to develop
Dean Finn        ) procedures whereby recurrence of disruptions
that violate the academic freedom of lecturers and
audiences on this campus can be prevented or
speedily terminated when they do occur.
After a brief discussion it was agreed that the motion be re-worded as follows:
"That Senate request the administration to explore procedures, and make
recommendations to Senate,  whereby recurrence of disruptions that violate
the academic freedom of lecturers and audiences on this campus can be
prevented or speedily terminated when they do occur. "
The re-worded motion was put and carried.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented without formal
reference to the President and the formal agreement of the President;   and that the
Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked to indicate the space
requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i)        Course changes recommended by the School of Architecture   (P. 6650)
(ii)      New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of Arts
(P. 6650) 6655.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
(iii)     New courses in Commerce and Education, with the exception of Education 512
and 537, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies   (P. 6651)
(iv)     Course change recommended by the Faculty of Law   (P. 6651)
(v)       New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of Science
with the exception of Biochemistry 402 and Botany 311    (P. 6651-2)
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Finn        ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A ' be
Dr. Suedfeld   ) accepted subject to the approval of the Board
of Governors, and that letters of thanks be sent
to the donors.
Carried
Candidates for Degrees
The Chairman explained that the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences had not
yet met to approve the candidates for degrees in that Faculty.   However, the list of
recommendations had been circulated and Senate agreed to recommend approval
subject to approval by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.
Dean Gardner   ) That the candidates for degrees and diplomas
Dean Kitts ) as approved by the Faculties, and as circulated
for the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, be
granted the degree or diploma for which they
were recommended, and that the Registrar, in
consultation with the Deans and the Chairman of
Senate make any necessary adjustments.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education and Faculty of Graduate Studies    (See Appendix 'B')
The committee recommended approval of a B.Ed. 5-Year Major in
Special Education together with new courses in Special Education. 6656.
Wednesday, November 17, 1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education and Faculty of Graduate Studies   (continued)
Dr. Runeckles explained that the committee had reviewed the proposal
at great length and was satisfied that it would fill an obvious need for
specialized training of teachers who would go out into the school system as
resource personnel to assist in the specific needs of special education.
The committee also felt that the program should be reviewed but since
they were in the process of discussing the matter of review procedures no
specific recommendation could be made at that time.
Dr. Runeckles   ) That the B.Ed.  5-Year Major in Special Education,
Dean Andrews   ) and new courses in Special Education, recommended
by the Faculty of Education be approved.
Carried
Changes in the Mathematics Concentration and Major in the Elementary
and Secondary Divisions of the Faculty of Education were recommended for
approval, also Education 512 and 537 withheld at the previous meeting.
Dr. Runeckles  ) That changes in the Mathematics Concentration
Dean Andrews   ) and Major in the Elementary and Secondary
Divisions of the Faculty of Education, recommended
by the Faculty of Education, and new courses
Education 512 and 537 recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Board of Directors,   Health Centre for Children
Dr. Bourne reported that Dr. Uprichard had resigned from the Board
of Directors, Health Centre for Children, and that the committee had nominated
Dr. R. F. Sharp as the Senate representative. 6657.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Board of Directors,   Health Centre for Children    (continued)
Dr. Bourne   ) That the recommendation of the Nominating
Dr. Copp       ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Committee to Review Affiliation of Regent College
At its meeting of November 14, 1973 Senate passed a resolution that
the request for affiliation by Regent College be approved for an initial period
of three years and that the affiliation be reviewed by a Senate committee at
that time.   At the September 15, 1976 meeting of Senate the Nominating
Committee were requested to make recommendations for the membership of
a committee to carry out this review.   The committee nominated the following
persons:-
Dr. T. H. Brown
Dr. R. M. Clark
Mrs. F. Field
Dr. B. N. Moyls
Mr. D. Poy
Dean R. M. Will
Dr. Bourne   ) That the recommendations of the Nominating
Dean Finn      ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Committee on  Bookstore Policy
At its meeting of October 13, 1976 Senate passed a resolution to
establish a committee to study the implications of a proposal by Dr. Belshaw
concerning Bookstore Policy.   The committee nominated the following persons: 6658.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Committee on  Bookstore Policy   (continued)
Dr. S. W. Hamilton
Dr. H. Mitchell
Mr. G. R. Moore
Dr. J . F . Richards
Dr. J. K. Stager
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs
Mr. R. S. Whyte
Dr. Bourne     ) That the recommendations of the Nominating
Mr. Osborne   ) Committee be approved.
Carried
University Library Committee
Dr. Bourne stated that Dr. Belshaw had resigned from the University
Library Committee and that the committee had nominated Dr. P. H. Pearse to
replace Dr. Belshaw.
Dr. Bourne  ) That the recommendation of the Nominating
Dr. Clark     ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Amendments to regulations for supplemental examinations
Dean Will ) That:
Dr. Brearley   )
(a) the existing restrictions on the eligibility of
students registered in the Faculty of Arts for
supplemental examinations be retained, and
that in addition, to be eligible for supplemental
examinations, a student be required to have
obtained an average grade of 60% in all other
courses taken during that session.
(b) supplemental examinations only be available
in courses offered by the Faculty of Arts in
which the final examination counts for 40%
or more of the grade on the course. 6659.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Faculty of Arts
Amendments to regulations for supplemental examinations   (continued)
(c) a supplemental examination, when written
and passed, should stand as a substitute for
the final examination, should have essentially
the same scope as the final examination, and
should carry the same relative weight in the
calculation of the course grade as the final
examination.
(d) information on which courses and sections do
and do not have supplemental examinations
available be published in the Schedule of
Courses, Winter Session and in corresponding
publications for the Intersession, Summer
Session and for evening courses offered during
the Winter Session.
In outlining the background of the policy on supplemental examinations in
the Faculty of Arts Dean Will stated that the amendments represented the attitude
of most people in the Faculty.
Dean Finn expressed concern for students in other Faculties who were
required to take service courses through the Faculty of Arts.
In amendment:
Dean Finn ) That the regulations do not apply to service
Mr. Swainson   ) courses.
Lost
In amendment:
Dr. Lusztig     ) That the words "and sections" be deleted from
Dr. Hamilton   ) clause (d).
Carried
The motion, as amended was put and carried. Faculty of Arts   (continued)
Time  limit on course credit
Dean Will ) That:
Dr. Brearley   )
6660.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
(a) the acceptance of courses completed more
than six years earlier as satisfying specific
prerequisites for admission to more advanced
courses in any discipline be at the discretion
of the Department or School.    Upon review,
the Department or School may require that
the prerequisite course be repeated (in which
case no credit would be allowed toward the
degree for the original course) or that
additional credit or non-credit work be
undertaken to up-date the student's mastery
of the subject matter.
(b) the acceptance of courses completed more
than six years earlier for credit in a major or
honours program be at the discretion of the
Department or School.    Upon review, the
Department or School may require that the
course (s) be repeated (in which case no
credit would be allowed toward the degree
for the original course(s)) or that additional
credit or non-credit work be undertaken to
up-date the student's mastery of the subject
matter.
(c) upon application for readmission, students
who have been absent from the university for
more than six years be referred to the Senior
Faculty Advisor for counselling.
(d) no further degrees be granted on the "former
program" (i.e. the old double-major program)
effective July 1,   1976.
(e) the Faculty adopt a limited "grandfather"
clause with respect to changes of regulations
for major or honours degrees;    when feasible
(e.g., when the required courses continue
to exist), a student be allowed up to six years
from initial entry into the program to complete
a degree program on the basis of the rules in
effect when the student entered the honours
or major program.   If his or her work extends
beyond six years, the student may, at the
discretion of the Department, be required to
conform to the regulations for the program
then in effect.
Carried 6661.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Faculty of Medicine
Policy on  reviews of Departments
The following proposal concerning the policy of the Faculty of Medicine on
reviews of Departments had been circulated: -
"The Faculty of Medicine recognizes that it has an obligation to conduct
constructive and impartial reviews of its various departments together with
the stewardship of their heads.
The Review Committee
Each Review Committee should comprise five members, some of whom
represent the interests of the Faculty and the University and others who are
recognized as experts in the discipline of the Department under review.   The
makeup of each Committee is to be approved by Faculty Executive.
External  Reviewers
Two Committee members should be from outside the University from the
discipline of the Department under review.   One of the two should have had
substantial administrative experience at some other University.   Both
individuals should be appointed by the Dean with the advice of Faculty
Executive.   One of the individuals should be nominated by the Department
Head and the other from a list submitted by the voting members of the
Department under review.
Internal   Reviewers
The remaining three members should be appointed from the University
by the Dean, in consultation with the Faculty Executive.   They should be of
senior faculty rank and should have been at the University for at least five
years.   One of these individuals should be the Chairman of the Committee,
and should be so designated by Faculty Executive.
Frequency of Reviews
The Faculty recognizes that since the review process can become
expensive of time and money and can create a considerable degree of stress
within the Department under review, unnecessary reviews must be avoided.
Therefore, reviews should be carried out when:    (1)   A Headship becomes
vacant because of resignation, retirement, etc. and in the opinion of the Dean
and Faculty Executive a review would be of benefit prior to the appointment
of a new Head,    (2)   A reasonable request for a review comes from within or
without a Department, and   (3)  The Dean, with the advice of Faculty Executive
considers a sufficient time has expired since the last review.   This interval
should be no longer than seven years, but may vary within a year or two at
the discretion of the Dean and Faculty Executive. 6662.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Faculty of Medicine
Policy on  reviews of Departments   (continued)
Nature of the Review
The review should be conducted by the Committee at the University.
It should be presented with whatever documentation the Department Head and
Department members feel most accurately describes the development, direction
and stewardship of the Department since the previous review.   An outline of
the proposed developments in the Department should be prepared also.   The
review team should make certain that all individuals (including students,
residents, staff and faculty - both full-time and clinical) who wish to make
written or oral presentations to the Committee have an opportunity to do so.
The manner in which this is accomplished and the manner in which the review
process itself is conducted, will depend on close cooperation between the
Chairman of the Committee and the Department Head.
The Report of the Review Committee
This report should be prepared by the Committee as soon after the
completion of the review as possible following the Guidelines approved by
Faculty in 1972.  Copies of the Report shall be sent to the Dean of the Faculty
of Medicine and to the President of the University simultaneously.   The Dean
will refer the report to the Department concerned with a request that the
Department prepare a written comment on its recommendations.  That document
and the report of the Review Committee shall be circulated together to Faculty
Executive.   The Review Committee will be instructed to prepare the report in
such a manner that it is suitable for general distribution to members of faculty
of the Department being reviewed and the Faculty Executive.   Any material
that is considered inappropriate for general circulation because of legal
implications, because it is outside the terms of reference, or because it
constitutes a minority opinion, should be contained in a Letter of Transmission
to the Dean and the President."
The Agenda Committee felt that the proposal contained implications for other
Faculties and the University as a whole and therefore recommended that a
committee of Senate be appointed to examine the proposals and to report to Senate.
Dr. McGregor  ) That a committee of Senate be appointed to examine
Dr. Lusztig       ) the proposal of the Faculty of Medicine concerning
policy on reviews of Departments, and report back
to Senate.
Dean Bates informed Senate that a 30-page Faculty committee report on
departmental review policy could be made available for members of the proposed
committee.
The motion was put and carried. 6663.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Establishment of a Resident Staff Appeals Committee
A report on the establishment of a Resident Staff Appeals Committee had been
circulated for information.
In reply to a query Dean Bates confirmed that a student could still appeal to
Senate if that student had been asked to leave the program.
The Agenda Committee had requested that Senate be informed concerning the
Residency Training Program.   Dean Bates stated that the Residency Training
Program had been approved by Senate.
Academic Year  1977-78
A draft of the section of the Academic Year for inclusion in the Calendar had
been circulated for information.
Report of the Director of Summer Session  1976
The report of the Director of Summer Session was received for information.
Dr. Dennison drew Senate's attention to the fact that Summer Session
enrolment had increased at a time when Summer Session enrolment generally was
on the decline, and also that the Director, Dr. Watt, had received the Creative
Programming Award from his professional association of Summer School Directors
for the second year in succession.   He felt that both reflected credit on the quality
of the Summer Session at U .B .C 6664.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
Other business
Law School Admissions Test
Mr. Funt reminded Senate that at its meeting of March 20, 1974 Senate had
agreed that the use of the Law School Admissions Test be continued but that this
matter be brought before Senate for further review in three years time.  Dean Lysyk
confirmed that the Faculty of Law would submit a report as requested by Senate.
Increase of enrolment in the Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Clark requested that the Agenda Committee be asked to ensure, as soon
as information was available, that a proposal to double enrolment in the Faculty
of Medicine be discussed by Senate before a decision was made.
Dean Bates stated that the Faculty of Medicine would have to approve the
proposal before it could be discussed by Senate.
It was agreed that the matter be left in the hands of the Agenda Committee.
Tuition fees
Ms. Blandford gave notice of the following motion for discussion at the
January 19,  1977 meeting of Senate:-
"That the Senate urge the Board of Governors to consider the following
recommendations on the subject of tuition fees.   In their deliberation on this
subject it is suggested that the Board of Governors give consideration to a
graduated scale of tuition fees: -
1) That there be no increase for students who have been residents of
B.C. for one year or more.
2) That there be an increase for all Canadian students who do not
ordinarily reside in B. C. but who are residents of other Provinces
for more than one year. 6665.
Wednesday, November 17, 1976.
Other business
Tuition fees   (continued)
3) That a further increase be levied for all students who have not
resided in any part of Canada for the past year.
The meeting adjourned at 9.50 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
December 15,  1976.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6666.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The David  Bolocan Memorial  Prize - A prize of $20, given by Mr. J. L. Bolocan,
Edmonton, Alberta, in memory of his son David will be awarded to a student
in the final year of the Faculty of Arts who is regarded by the Department of
Philosophy as the outstanding student in the graduating year.
The Jean Bolocan Memorial  Prize - A prize of $20, given by Mr. J. L. Bolocan,
Edmonton, Alberta, in memory of his daughter Jean will be awarded to a
student in the final year in the Faculty of Arts who is regarded by the
Department of Psychology as the outstanding student in the graduating year.
The Adaline May Clark Bursary Fund - Bursaries to a total of approximately
$2,000 have been provided through a bequest of the late Adaline May Clark.
The awards will be made by the Awards Committee to students attending or
continuing to attend The University of British Columbia.
The Edelweiss Credit Union  Bursaries - Two bursaries in the amount of
$250 each will be available annually to students attending The University of
British Columbia.   In order to be eligible, an applicant must be an active
member, or a son or daughter of an active member of the Edelweiss Credit
Union.   Students wishing to be considered must make application to the
University Awards Committee, and must clearly indicate eligibility.
The J.   Raymond MacLeod  Football Awards - Two awards in the amount of
$250 each, gift of J. Raymond MacLeod, will be offered annually to full-time
registered students who are members of the Varsity football team.   The
award will be made on the basis of academic ability, qualities of character,
and demonstrated proficiency in football.   The winner of the award will be
selected by the University Awards Committee after consultation with the
Chairman of the Men's Athletic Committee, the Director of Athletics, and the
football coach.
The National Council of Jewish Women of Canada, Vancouver Section Bursary
(In memory of Arthur Sereth) .   This bursary of $500 will be awarded to a
mature part-time or full-time female student in the field of Political Science.
To be eligible a student must show need and a strong desire to participate
actively in community and government affairs.   This bursary is awarded in
order to encourage women to become involved in politics. 6667.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Amy E.  Sauder Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $750 will be awarded annually to a student entering the
penultimate or final year of an undergraduate program.   The candidate
chosen will combine good academic standing with participation in student
activities.   The award has been made possible by a bequest from the late
Amy E. Sauder and by contributions from the Sauder Foundation.
The Goel  Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $250 will be awarded
to a student entering U.B.C. from Grade 12.   The award has been made
available through the generosity of Dr. & Mrs. D. P. Goel in memory of their
father Mr. R. S. Goel.   The student selected will combine sound academic
standing with good character.   In making selection, preference will be given
to a student of East Indian origin, either from India or living in Canada.
The Faculty Women's Club Jubilee Bursary Fund - Bursaries to a total of
$400 will be awarded to assist mature women beginning or continuing studies
at The University of British Columbia.   The awards have been made possible
by a donation from the Faculty Women's Club of the University.
The  Law  Foundation  Fellowships - Fellowships to a total of $15,000 per
annum have been made available for the period 1975-77 by the Law Foundation
of British Columbia, to assist students in the graduate program in the Faculty
of Law.   The awards will be made by the University Awards Committee on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Law and in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate Studies. 6668.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
A   =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
A     New program
B.Ed.   5-Year Major
in Specia
1  Education
YEAR ONE
ENGL 100
(3)
Literature and Composition
BIOL   101 or 102
(3)
Principles of Biology
PSYC   100
(3)
Introductory Psychology
Academic Elective
(3)
SOCI/ANTH 100
(3)
Elementary Problems in Anthropological
and Sociological Analysis
EDUC 197
(0)
(15)
YEAR TWO
ENGL at the 200 level
(3)
*PSYC  200
(3)
Experimental  Psychology
Academic Elective
(3)
Academic Elective
(3)
THTR 301
(3)
Children's Theatre
EDUC 310
(H)
Growth and Development
EDUC 324
d)
Curriculum and  Instruction to Music
EDUC 297
(0)
(17i)
YEAR THREE
9 units in PSYC from:
*PSYC  300
(3)
Behavioural  Disorders
*PSYC 301
(3)
Developmental  Psychology
*PSYC  304
(3)
Brain and Behaviour
*PSYC  309
(3)
Cognitive Processes
*PSYC  313
(3)
Sensation and Perception
*PSYC  316
(3)
Methods in Research
*PSYC  401
(3)
Clinical  Psychology
*PSYC  414
(3)
Research Methods  in Child Psychology
*An academic concentration in Sociology or Anthropology is an acceptable
substitute for concentrating in Psychology. 6669.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  '1
3'
Course and curricu
um proposals
FACULTY
OF
EDUCATION
B.Ed.
5-Year Major in Special  Education
YEAR THREE
(cont
nued)
EDUC
311
312
(1i)       The Nature and Measurement of Learning
EDUC
(H)       Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children
EDUC
397
(0)
EDUC
400
or 43C
or 470     (3)       Philosophy or History or Sociology
EDUC
406
362
(li)      Education of Atypical  Infants and Children
PHED
(li)      Adapted Physical Education
(18)
YEAR FOUR
TERM
I
EDUC
305
(3)
Curriculum and  Instruction  in Developmental  Reading  in
the Elementary School
EDUC
315
(H)
Introduction to the Acquisition of Language in  Exceptional
Children
EDUC
316
(H)
Specific Learning Disabilities
EDUC
323
(1)
Curriculum and  Instruction  in Art I
EDUC
370
(li)
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
TERM
II
EDUC
305 cont'd
Curriculum and Instruction  in Developmental  Reading in
the Elementary School
EDUC
371
429
431
(H)
(H)
(li)
Methods of Teaching  Elementary School  Mathematics
EDUC
Special  Education for the Educable Retarded
EDUC
Programming for Children with Specific Learning
Disabilities
EDUC
436
di)
Behaviour Disorders in Children
EDUC
497
(0)
(14i)
YEAR FIVE
TERM
I
**EDUC
342
343
(H)
(li)
Internship with  Individual Atypical Children
**EDUC
Materials  in Special  Education:     Developing  Perspectives
**New courses 6670.
Wednesday, November 17, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
B.Ed.   5-Year Major  in Special  Education
YEAR FIV
TERM
**EDUC
E
I    (contin
344 (H)
345 (li)
346 (H)
II
347 (1i)
348 (H)
4XY(H)
321   (li)
3 units fr
313 (H)
314 (li)
318   (li)
403   (H)
408   (li)
417 (li)
418 (H)
419 (1i)
420 (H)
421 (li)
423 (li)
424 (li)
434 (H-3)
437   (H)
440   (H)
449   (H)
478 (3)
479 (3)
467 (H)
468 (H)
(15)
ued)
Programming for Exceptional Children:     Developing
**EDUC
Perspectives
A Critical  Review of Research in Special  Education
**EDUC
Academic Curricula in Special  Education:     Developing
TERM
**EDUC
Perspectives
Internship with Groups of Atypical Children
**EDUC
Working with Parents of Handicapped Children
(EDUC
(         or
(EDUC
Select
EDUC
Craft for the Exceptional  Child    (possible new course)
Curriculum and  Instruction  in Science
om:
Introduction to Teaching the Gifted and Creative
EDUC
Introduction to the Education of the Visually Impaired
EDUC
Education for the Handicapped Adolescent
EDUC
EDUC
Mental  Retardation
Programming for the Gifted and Creative
EDUC
EDUC
Educating the Slow  Learner
Career and Alternative Educational  Programs for the
EDUC
Handicapped
Introduction to Speech and Communication  Disorders  in
EDUC
Children
Special  Education for the Trainable Retarded
EDUC
Provisions in the Education of the Visually Impaired
EDUC
Principles of Teaching Hearing  Impaired
EDUC
The Stimulation of Language Development in Exceptional
EDUC
EDUC
EDUC
EDUC
EDUC
Children
Precision Teaching
Teaching Maladjusted Children
Art
Supervised Study
Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language
EDUC
PHED
Cross-cultural  Education
Physical Education for the Mentally Retarded
PHED
Human Motor Performance
**New courses 6671.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
B.Ed.   5-Year Major in Special  Education   (continued)
FIELD  EXPERIENCES
Field experiences in Special Education are viewed as an integrated part of the
total program.   They are planned to increase in intensity and responsibility as
the student progresses through the professional program.   The student will
have a series of practicum experiences with both normal and atypical children.
Year One EDUC 197
Year Two EDUC 297
Year Three       EDUC 397
Volunteer service as a teacher aide with normal
and atypical students.
Observation, recording behaviour, assisting
individual atypical students.
Practice Teaching.
One practicum in May with elementary students.
Observation, recording behaviour, assisting
atypical students to be required as part of course
work.
Year Four
Year Five
EDUC 497
EDUC 342
EDUC 347
Practice Teaching.
Two practica in term with elementary students.
One practicum in May with atypical students.
Field Experiences with Individual Atypical Children
Field Experiences with Groups of Atypical Children
ACADEMIC  ELECTIVES
Year One
ANTH 200
(3)
Year Two
9 units in >
\nti
ANTH 301
(3)
ANTH 304
(3)
ANTH 316
(3)
ANTH 329
(3)
ANTH 401
(3)
ANTH 413
(3)
Introduction to Social Organization
Indians of British Columbia
Ethnography of the Northwest Coast
Political Anthropology
Indians and Eskimos of Canada
Indians of North America
Kinship
ANTH 417   (1j-3) Language and Culture 6672.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
B.Ed.   5-Year Major in Special  Education
ACADEMIC ELECTIVES
Year Two 9 units in Anthropology (continued)
ANTH 430   (3)      Theory and Programs of Social  Change
ANTH 460   (3)      Cultural  Ecology and Cultural  Evolution
(SOCI   200   (3)      Introduction to Theories of Industrial Society
(     or
(SOCI   270   (3)      Introduction to Comparative Social  Institutions
Year Three       9 units in Sociology from:
SOCI 350 (3)        Problems  in Research  Design and Analysis
SOCI 354 (1j-3) Communities
SOCI 356 (1j-3) Social  Ecology
SOCI 361 (3)       Social Stratifications
SOCI 365 (3)       Socialization
SOCI 368 (3)       Deviance and Social  Control
SOCI   473 (3)       Sociology of Mental  Illness
PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM
To prepare competent generalists in Special Education to work in a variety of
school settings.
PROSPECTIVE  CLIENTELE
Undergraduate students interested in majoring in Special Education who enrol in
the program in their first year.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
The program is designed to develop the following competencies in the students:
(1) to be familiar with the various problems that teachers of exceptional children
encounter in school;
(2) to analyze educationally handicapped children's functioning in academic,
social, verbal and physical skills;
(3) to design and implement programs for the remediation using appropriate
instructional procedures and materials; 6673.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
B.Ed.   5-Year Major in Special Education
GENERAL OBJECTIVES    (continued)
(4) to revise such programs on the basis of continuous evaluation;
(5) to design appropriate curricular materials to meet specific needs;
(6) to organize special education environments;
(7) to develop skills in working with parents;
(8) to recognize the limitations of what a teacher alone can feasibly accomplish
and to seek assistance from other professionals when necessary.
SUBSTANTIVE CONTENT
Students following the program will be required to take 39 academic,  17 general
education and 24 special education courses plus units of supervised special
education practicum in addition to the regular teaching practicum.   The special
education courses, current and proposed, will deal with the skills involved in
working in a sequential manner with educationally handicapped children.
A.    New courses EDUC 342  (li)      Field Experiences with  Individual Atypical
Children
EDUC 343 (1i)      Materials in Special  Education:   Developing
Perspectives
EDUC 344 (li)      Programming  in Special  Education:
Developing Perspectives
EDUC 345 (H)     A Critical  Review of Research  in Special
Education
EDUC 346 (li)      Academic Curricula  in Special  Education:
Developing Perspectives
EDUC 347 (li)      Field Experiences with Groups of Atypical
Children
EDUC 348 (li)     Working with Parents of Handicapped
Children
A.    Program changes
Elementary Education
Mathematics Concentration - changed to read as follows:
Mathematics 100 (li),  101  (li). Education 372 (H), 373 (li), 485 (li),
488 (li) and 3 units of Mathematics electives to be chosen in consultation
with the Mathematics Education Department. 6674.
Wednesday, November 17,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
A.    Program changes
Elementary Education    (continued)
Mathematics Major - changed to read as follows:
First and Second Years:   Mathematics 100 (H),  101   (H), 200 (H), 220 (H),
221  (li) plus H units of Mathematics to be chosen in consultation with the
Mathematics Education Department.
Third and Fourth Years:    Education 372  (H), 373 (H), 485 (li), 488 (li),
Mathematics 307 (li), 310 (3), 311  (3), and 4i units of electives to be chosen
in consultation with the Mathematics Education Department.
Secondary Education
Mathematics Concentration - changed to read as follows:
First and Second Years*:    Mathematics 100 (H),  101  (H), 200 (li), 205 (H),
220 (H), 221  (li). Computer Science 115 (3) and one of Physics 110 (3),
115 (3), 120 (3).
Senior Years:   Mathematics 307 (li), 310 (3), 311  (3) and at least H units
to be selected from Mathematics 305 (H), 306 (li), 315 (H), 316 (li), 318 (3),
322  (3),  340  (H),  344 (H),  345  (H),  413  (3), 445  (3).
*lt is possible that the choice of a particular second concentration may require
the student to register for more than 15 units in one or more of the first two
years.
Mathematics Major - changed to read as follows:
First and Second Years:    Mathematics 100 (H), 101  (H), 200 (H), 205 (li),
220 (li), 221  (li), Computer Science 115 (3), and one of Physics 110 (3),
115 (3),  120 (3).
Senior Years:    Mathematics 305 (H), 306 (H), 307 (H), 310 (3), 311  (3),
315 (1i), and at least 3 more units to be selected from Mathematics 316 (H),
318 (3), 322  (3), 340 (H), 344 (li), 345 (H), 413 (3), Computer Science 321
(li) and 430 (H) .
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Education
A.    New courses EDUC 512 (H)      Problems and  Issues  in Special  Education
EDUC 537 di)      The Education of Multi-handicapped
Children

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