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 6391
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
The Ninth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, May 21,  1975 at
6.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Chancellor N. T. Nemetz,
Dr. C. S. Belshaw, Ms. J. P. Blandford, The Hon. Mr. Justice J. C Bouck,
Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. K. T. Brearley, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C Burns,
Mr. R. J. Carter, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. W.  L. Corscadden, Dean I. McT.
Cowan, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. P. J. Dooling, Mr. R. Dumont,  Dr. B. A.
Dunell, Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Dr. C V. Finnegan, Mr. G. S.
Funt, Miss C. V. Goulet, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. D. Haley, Dean N. A. Hall,
Mr. B. J. Higgins, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mrs. W. T. Lane,
Dean S. W. Leung, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. D. J.
MacDougall, Dr. C A. McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin,
Dr. H. Mitchell, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Dr. M. Pernarowski,
Dr. J.  F. Richards, Dr. S. O. Russell, Mr. J. M. Sehmer,  Dr. R.  F. Sharp,
Dean M. Shaw, Dr. R. A. Shearer, Dr. M. J. A. Smith, Dr. J. K. Stager,
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Mr. G. B. Sundeen, Mr. C A. Thorn,
Dr. M. Uprichard, Acting Dean R. M. Will.
Observers:    Mr. J. A. Banham, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. D. T. Kenny,
Mr. T. A. Myers, Dr. W. A. Webber.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Dean J. H. M. Andrews, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dean W. D.
Finn, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. F. K. H. Gagne, Dean J . A. F. Gardner,
Mr. J. Kulich, Mr. T. R. Pascuzzo, Dr. M. E. Prang, Dean B. E. Riedel,
Dr. V. C Runeckles, Miss J. S. Ryan, Mr. A. F. Sheppard, DeanC M.
Volkoff.
Senate Membership
The Chairman announced that the Lt. Governor-in-Council had
re-appointed Mr. R. J. Carter, Ms. B. G. Errington and Mrs. L. Sayle 6392.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Senate Membership   (continued)
as representatives on Senate, and that Dr. R. F. Sharp had been appointed
to replace Mr. C J. Connaghan.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dr. McGregor    ) That the minutes of the Eighth regular
Dr. Pearse ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1974-75,
having been circulated be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Election of the Senate Nominating Committee
The following members were elected to serve on the Senate Nominating
Committee for the three-year term 1975-78:-
Dr. C B.  Bourne Dr. P. H. Pearse
Dr. D. H. Copp Dr. M. E. Prang
Dr. B. A. Dunell Miss J . S.  Ryan
Ms. B. C Errington Dr. J. K. Stager
Mrs. F. Field Mr. R. M. Walls
Election of additional  Convocation  representatives
At the April 23,  1975 meeting a resolution was passed that Senate
increase by 7 the number of senators elected by Convocation through
section 35 (2)   (1) of the Universities Act.   The Registrar was instructed
to prepared a recommendation on how the selection of additional members
would be made. 6393.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Election of additional Convocation representatives   (continued)
The Registrar explained that at a meeting of the present Convocation
representatives on Senate it was agreed that there was no alternative to
an election to obtain the additional Convocation Senators.   A call for
nominations had been inserted in the April 30,  1975 issue of UBC Reports
with a closing date of June 11,  1975.
Senate was informed that the cost of a regular election would be
approximately $16,000.   Ballots and accompanying information could be
included in a special issue of UBC Reports at a cost of $12,000 or $5,000
if the Alumni Chronicle were used.
It was suggested that another method would be to use Senate itself
as an electoral college to elect the additional members of Convocation.
Mr. Thorn       ) That for this election only Senate be
Dean Cowan   ) used as an electoral college to elect the
7 additional Convocation representatives.
During the following discussion some members expressed the opinion
that Senate alone should not elect the additional Convocation representatives.
In amendment:
Dr. Clark      ) That for this election only a meeting of
Mrs. Lane     ) Convocation be held for the purpose of
electing the 7 additional Convocation
representatives.
Carried
The motion as amended was put and carried. 6394.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Business arising from  the Minutes
Election of additional  Convocation representatives   (continued)
Mr. Bouck      ) That Senate pass the following rules and
Mr. Thorn       ) regulations:-
1. That the meeting of Convocation
be held immediately prior to the
September 1975 meeting of Senate.
2. That the purpose of the meeting be
to elect 7 additional members of the
Senate from Convocation who are not
Faculty members.
3. That the Senate by regulation authorize
the Chancellor as Chairman of the
meeting of Convocation to make rules
and regulations governing the procedure
for the transaction of business at the
meeting.
4. That the Registrar be authorized to
advertise the holding of the meeting in
such manner as he thinks necessary.
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 Faculty of Dentistry.   (P. 6380)
(ii)      Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty of
Education.   (P. 6390)
(iii)     New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of
Science.    (P.6390) 6395.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Restriction of Enrolment
A proposal that registration be restricted in the First and Second
Years had been circulated.
Enrolment in First Year in 1974-75 increased by 23% over 1973-74
and Second Year enrolment increased by 15% over 1973-74.
Dean Hall explained that if applications for the 1975-76 session
increased by the same percentage the Faculty would be unable to accept
all applicants.   The proposal was a precautionary measure to enable
the Faculty to take action if necessary.
Dean Hall       ) That subject to consultation with the
Dr. Lusztig   ) Senate's Committee on Admissions and
the Office of the Registrar, registration
in First Year may be restricted to 515
students and registration in Second
Year may be restricted to 480 students.
Dean Hall confirmed that the restriction would apply to the 1975-76
session only.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Committee on  Prizes,   Scholarships and  Bursaries
Dean Cowan     ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A'
Dr. Kraintz      ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried 6396.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Candidates for Degrees - Congregation  1975
Dean Cowan     )
Dean Hall )
That the candidates for degrees and
diplomas as approved by the Faculties
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
Scholarships and Awards
The Chairman reported that Philip Tetlock was to receive the
Governor-General's Gold Medal.
Dr. Will )
Dr. Moyls     )
That the medals, prizes, scholarships and
fellowships be awarded as recommended
in the list of awards dated May 21,   1975.
Carried
Mid-term break 1975-76 Academic Year
The Registrar reported that in 1976 the new public holiday "Heritage
Day" would fall on Monday, February 16 and that the mid-term break was
currently scheduled for Thursday and Friday, February 19 and 20.   It
was therefore recommended that the mid-term break be moved to Friday,
February 13 and Tuesday, February 17 to straddle Heritage Day.
Objections were raised on the grounds that two weeks of laboratories
would be lost.
Following a brief discussion it was agreed that the mid-term break
be changed to Monday and Tuesday, February 16 and 17. 6397.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Faculty of Education   (See Appendix 'B')
A list of extrasessional credit courses to be offered in the 1975-76
Winter Session was circulated for information.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Dr. Bourne, Chairman of the Senate Nominating Committee, presented
the committee's recommendations for membership on the various committees
of Senate.   He reported that there has been a good response to the request
that members indicate the committees on which they would like to serve
and thanked members for replying.
It was pointed out that recommendations had been made for the membership
of two new standing committees, namely Academic Discipline and Liaison
with Post-secondary Institutions, in accordance with sections 37 (s) and
(t) of the Universities Act.
With regard to section 37 (p) of the Universities Act which makes
provision for Senate to establish a standing committee to consider and
take action on behalf of Senate upon all matters that may be referred to
the Senate by the Board, the Nominating Committee recommended that the
Senate Agenda Committee would be the appropriate body for this purpose.
The Nominating Committee recommended that the Ad hoc Committee
on Architectural Planning and Academic Functions be discharged and 6398.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
•
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
that its terms of reference be added to those of the Academic Building
Needs Committee.
Referring to the Ad hoc Committee on Five Year Review Procedures
of Faculties and Departments, Dr. Bourne reminded Senate that the final
report of the committee was submitted to Senate in May 1973.    It was then
referred to a President's committee to discuss economic feasibility before
discussion by Senate.   The Nominating Committee therefore made no
recommendations concerning the composition of the committee.
It was noted that the Vancouver School of Theology required Senate
to name two of its members to serve on their Senate and the committee
therefore nominated Dr. R. M. Clark in addition to Dr. B. N. Moyls.
Dr. Bourne    ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. Dunell      ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Attention was drawn to the membership of the Ad hoc Committee on
the Bookstore.   Dr. Bourne stated that it had been anticipated that the
present committee would be submitting its report and therefore the
membership had not been reconstituted.    It was agreed that the
Nominating Committee would present new nominations at the September
meeting of Senate.
The motion was put and carried. 6399.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate   (continued)
Ad hoc Committee on Enrolment of Women Undergraduate and Graduate
Students
The report was circulated at the meeting.   It was suggested that since
members had not had sufficient time to read the report discussion be deferred
until the September meeting of Senate.
Ms. Errington    ) That the report be received and that it
Dr. Kraintz        ) be discussed at the September 10,  1975
meeting of Senate.
Carried
Curriculum  Committee
Faculty of Arts   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Will ) That new courses in Linguistics, Social
Dr. Suedfeld   ) Work and Theatre recommended by the
Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
Dr. Will ) That the Diploma in Applied Linguistics
Dr. Uprichard   ) recommended by the Faculty of Arts be
approved.
It was explained that the people who would be most interested
in this program would be those with degrees in one or more languages
who required knowledge of linguistics to strengthen their performance
in the classroom.
The motion was put and carried. 6400.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts   (continued)
Dr. Will
Dr. Kraintz
That the Diploma in Community
Nutrition recommended by the
School of Home Economics and
the Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
Dr
Dr
Will
Stager
Dr. Will
Dr. Shearer
That new courses in Home Economics
and course changes in Home Economics
303, Religious Studies 340 and 440
recommended by the Faculty of Arts
be approved.
Carried
That the B.S.W. program for
persons with a B.A. or equivalent
degree recommended by the School
of Social Work and the Faculty of Arts
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dean Cowan
Dr. Moyls
That the Ph.D. program in Comparative
Literature recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Dr. Stager )
Dr. Uprichard   )
That a new course in Asian Studies,
Asian Studies 509, recommended by
the Faculty of Graduate Studies be
approved.
Carried 6401
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Medicine   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Finnegan     ) That new courses and course changes
Dr. Kraintz ) in Biochemistry recommended by the
Faculty of Medicine be approved.
Dr. Finnegan     )
Dr. Kraintz        )
Carried
That the revisions to the Majors
and Honours Biochemistry programs
recommended by the Faculty of Medicine
be approved.
Carried
Category B  items
Dr. McDowell     )
Dr. Kraintz )
That Senate delegate to the Senate
Curriculum Committee the power to
make the final decision as to whether
an item belongs in Category A or
Category B, and the power to give
final approval to items designated as
Category B.
It was agreed that Category B items would still be reported to
Senate.
The motion carried with the two-thirds majority required under
section 37 (b) of the Universities Act.
Procedures of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Guidelines for submitting curriculum changes had been circulated
Dr. Hardwick requested that the date of the January 14,  1976 meeting 6402.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Procedures of the Senate Curriculum Committee   (continued)
of Senate be changed to January 21,  1976 in order to ensure that as
much material as possible would be approved for insertion in the
1976-77 Calendar.
Mr. Carter      ) That the procedures of the Senate
Dr. Dooling    ) Curriculum Committee be adopted
and that the date of the January 14,
1976 meeting of Senate be changed
to January 21,   1976.
Carried
Dr. Hardwick thanked members of the outgoing Curriculum
Committee for their excellent work.
The Chairman expressed thanks and appreciation for the work
done by Dr. Hardwick as Chairman of the Senate Curriculum Committee.
Other Business
Next Regular Meeting of Senate
It had been suggested at the April meeting of Senate that the regular
meeting of June 4,  1975 be cancelled.   A special meeting, if necessary,
would be called by the Chairman.
May 12,   1976 Meeting of Senate
Senate agreed to a request by the Registrar that the date of the
May 1976 meeting of Senate be changed to May 19,  1976. 6403.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Other Business    (continued)
Tribute to President Walter H.   Gage
Dr. Clark read to Senate the following tribute to President Gage who
was attending his last Senate meeting and would be retiring as President
of the University at the end of June: -
Tonight as the new Senate starts its course
We pause to turn back history's friendly page,
To ask from that illuminating source
What sort of man is Waiter Henry Gage?
He taught, he teaches still as one who cares.
Cares for his subject, and for each who learns—
The slow who plods his way up wisdom's stairs,
The quick who ever for more knowledge yearns.
When Learning dwelt in Fairview shacks he knew
Her ways, her hopes, and what she yet might be.
As student numbers on this campus grew
He worked to bring about community.
On Senate he served for thirty-three years,
A record of faithful devotion.
A duty relinquished without any tears,
But not without private emotion.
He sees the growing demands of state
To chart our course at its unsought behest.
How far should we be masters of our fate?
Is freedom more than just a welcome guest?
With him there's one conviction that will stay—
So give yourself, if you for freedom dare,
That those who seek to learn with us may say—
Of us, like him, they teach as those who care.
The Chairman paid tribute to the retiring Chancellor, The Honourable
N. T. Nemetz and to Dean I. McT. Cowan who was retiring as Dean of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies. 6404.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Dr. McGregor presented the report of the Tributes Committee.
Members of the gallery were asked to leave.
Memorial  Minute
The following memorial statement had been prepared in accordance
with the custom of Senate in recognition by the University and the Senate
of the late John Murdoch Buchanan.
IN MEMORIAM
JOHN MURDOCH BUCHANAN
John Buchanan died peacefully at sea Thursday, April 29, at the age
of 77.   Born in British Columbia, he was, in 1917, one of the University's
early graduates.   He entered business and in 1928 he joined B. C. Packers.
One could write at length of his striking successes in the mercantile world
and of his willing response to the many demands made upon him in the
public interest.   Suffice it to note that by 1958, inevitably, it seems, he
had become President of his firm and Chairman of its Board.    We in this
Senate will recall a man whose selfless devotion to the University of British
Columbia has been unsurpassed through the years.   He helped organise
the Alumni Association and became its President in 1949.   In 1951 he won
the Great Trekker Award, of which he remained constantly proud.   In the
same year he began a six-year term on Senate and that body at once elected
him to the Board of Governors.   In 1966 he won election as Chancellor.   For
three critical years, in an era of turbulence, his calm wisdom, his ability
to see the whole problem, his humane understanding of others, and his
omnipresent sense of humour preserved the dignity of his office and
therefore of the University.    Whatever he undertook to do, he did with
his whole heart, whether in business, in his church, or for the University,
on the campus and off.   Few men have been so loved, as the crowded church
at the memorial service testified.   At the Congregation of May 28,  1969, he
said, with the characteristic twinkling of his eye:
"On each day, I shall be confronted as today by a sea of faces
but each face presents a unique and important individuality of soul,
mind, and body.    I try to remember this as each graduate receives 6405
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Memorial  Minute   (continued)
his degree.   Each will go out of this University to a different
endeavour.   Soon, by the simple phrase,  "I admit you, " and a
tap on the head, each of you will be changed in the twinkling
of an eye from a student to a graduate.    Cynics are scoffing
more and more these days at the rituals and colourful symbolism
of many of our inherited traditions — those of Parliament, church,
university, and other realms of society.   It may someday even
be suggested that we should do away with the handshake of
friendship.    Wise men cherish these traditions by which we
make visible those otherwise invisible, but supremely important,
realities that add value and dignity to life.    They are to life
what music is to song. "
In May,  1970, an appreciative University conferred upon him the
honorary degree Doctor of Laws.
To Mildred, his wife and partner of fifty years, to his son and
daughter, to his ten grandchildren, we of the University of British
Columbia express our sympathy — and our pride in numbering such
a man among our alumni.
It was agreed that the memorial statement be spread on the Minutes
of Senate and that a copy be sent to close relatives.
The meeting adjourned at 7.40 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
September 10,  1975.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6406.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards  Recommended  to Senate
The Frances Blackwell  Memorial  Bursary - A bursary in the amount
of $100 has been established by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fouks in memory
of the late Frances Blackwell.   The award will be made to a student who
demonstrates financial need, coupled with sound academic progress.
The Violet and  Blythe Eagles Graduate Prize in Biochemistry - A
book prize in the amount of $75 has been made available by Violet
and Blythe Eagles for the best Masters thesis in which the discipline
of biochemistry is of major significance.   The awards are open to
students from any Department.   The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department of Biochemistry.
The Violet and  Blythe Eagles Undergraduate Prize in Biochemistry
A book prize in the amount of $75 has been made available by Violet
and Blythe Eagles for the best graduating essay in which the discipline
of biochemistry is of major significance.   The awards are open to
students from any Department or Faculty.   The award will be made
on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Biochemistry. 6407.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A   =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes
FACULTY OF ARTS
Linguistics
A      New course
Social Work
A     New course
Theatre
A      New course
LING 425 (3)   Linguistic Theories of Translation
SOWK 435 (3)   Human Behaviour and Social
Environment
THTR 401  (3)   Advanced Developmental  Drama
Home Economics
A      New courses
B      Change
Religious Studies
B     Changes
480 (3)        Nutrition Counselling
482  (H)     Advanced  Food  Service Management
484 (3)       Advanced Normal  and Therapeutic
Nutrition
486 (H)     Advanced Community Nutrition
488 (3)       Techniques and Evaluation  in
Nutrition Education Programs
490 (3)       Field Practice in Community Nutrition
492 (H)     Research Methods in Community
Nutrition
494 (H)     Directed Study in Community Nutrition
303 -   change in description and time
340 -   change in description
440 -   change in title 6408.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Asian Studies
A      New course Asian Studies 509 (H-3)   Chinese Popular Thought
and  Religion
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Biochemistry
A      New course BIOC 402 (H)   Proteins:   Structure and Function
B     Changes BIOC 410 -    change in number now BIOC 300
BIOC 411 -    change in number and description
now BIOC 301
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
(Extrasessional Credit Courses, Winter Session 1975-76)
On-campus courses
Art Education
ARTE 100 (3) Introduction to the Plastic and Graphic Arts.
303/403 (3) Ceramics and Modelling l/ll/lll.
413
EDUC 449 (3) Supervised Study in Art Theory and Research.
465 (3) Technical Problems in Sculpture.
Communications Media and Technology
EDUC 414 (3) Communications Media and Technology in Learning.
439 (H) Instructional Television:  Principles and Application
of Non-Studio Techniques.
494 (H) Communications Media Programs in Schools -
Motion Picture Film and Television.
496 (H) Motion Picture Production in Education.
Counselling
EDUC 426 (H) The Role of the Teacher in Guidance.
(Tent.) 6409.
Wednesday, May 21, 1975.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
(Extrasessional Credit Courses, Winter Session 1975-76)
On-campus courses   (continued)
English Education
EDUC 480 (H) Advanced Studies in the Language Arts in the
Elementary Grades.
486 (H) Oral Language Development.
ENED 311  (3) Children's Literature
Library Education
EDUC 387 (H) The School Library;  Sources of Information I.
388 (H) The School Library;  Sources of Information II.
Reading Education
EDUC 305 (3) Curriculum and Instruction in Developmental
Reading in the Elementary School.
477 (H) Special Topics in Reading.
Science Education
GSED  309 (3) General Science for Elementary School Teachers.
Special  Education
EDUC 407 (3) Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children.
436 (H) Behaviour Disorders in Children.
437 (H) Teaching Maladjusted Children.
431  (H-3) Learning Disabilities.
Off-campus courses
Communications  Media and Technology
EDUC 414 (3) Communications Media and Abbotsford
Technology in Learning.
414 (3) Communications Media and Vernon
Technology in Learning. 6410.
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
(Extrasessional Credit Courses, Winter Session 1975-76)
Off-campus courses   (continued)
Early Childhood  Education
EDUC 336 (3) Modern Theories of Education for
Young Children.
336 (3) Modern Theories of Education for
Young Children.
Elementary Division
EDUC 487 (3) Recent Developments in Elementary
Education.
Cranbrook
Kelowna
Kelowna
English  Education
ENED 311  (3)
311  (3)
Children's Literature.
Children's Literature.
Dawson Creek
Lower Mainland
Foundations,   Educational
EDUC 430 (3)
430 (3)
430 (3)
EDUC 470 (3)
History of Education.
History of Education.
History of Education.
Educational Sociology.
Revelstoke
Campbell River
Kitimat
North Vancouver
Industrial  Education
EDUC  465  (3)
465 (H)
Library Education
EDUC 383 (H)
/385 (H)
Technical Problem in Industrial
Education.
Technical Problem in Industrial
Education.
Selection of Materials.
Introduction to Cataloging and
Organization of Library Materials.
Burnaby
Burnaby
Prince George 6411
Wednesday, May 21,  1975.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
(Extrasessional Credit Courses, Winter Session 1975-76)
Off-campus courses
Library Education   (continued)
EDUC 385 (H) Introduction to Cataloging and
Organization of Library Materials.
/386 (H) Classification and Cataloging. Kelowna
Psychology,   Educational
EDUC 302 (H)
or    311  (H)
EDUC 461   (3)
461   (3)
461   (3)
Reading  Education
Introduction to Education Evaluation     Nanaimo
or_The Nature and Measurement of
Learning.
Educational Diagnosis and Remedial      Williams Lake
Instruction.
Educational Diagnosis and Remedial      Smithers
Instruction.
Educational Diagnosis and Remedial      Burns Lake/
Instruction. Vanderhoof
EDUC
305
(3)
305
(3)
305
(3)
Special  Education
EDUC
403
(H)
/417
(H)
407
(3)
407
(3)
407 (3)
408
(li)
Curriculum and Instruction in
Developmental Reading in the
Elementary School.
Mental Retardation/Educating the
Slow Learner.
Introduction to the Study of
Exceptional Children.
Teaching the Mentally Superior
431  (H-3)     Learning Disabilities.
431  (H-3)     Learning Disabilities.
Quesnel
Castlegar
Prince Rupert
New Westminster
Fraser Valley
Qualicum
Kamloops
Coquitlam
Powell River
Fort St. John

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