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 6615.
Wednesday, September 15, 1976.
The First regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1976-77 was held on Wednesday, September 15,  1976 at 8.00 p.m. in
the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    President D.T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor D. F. Miller,
Dean J. H. M. Andrews, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. C S. Belshaw,
Mr. W. H. Black, Dr. C B. Bourne, Dr. K. T. Brearley, Mr. W. L. Broddy,
Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. D. Byl, Dr. R. M.
Clark, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. B. A. Dunell, Mr. R. J. Ensom,
Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C V. Finnegan, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dr. R. F.
Gray, Dr. D. Haley, Dr. J. M. Houston, Miss S. E. Hoyles, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside,
Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dean W. D. Kitts, Mr. J. Kulich, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dean P. A.
Larkin, Mr. J. B. Le Huquet, Dean S. W. Leung, Mrs. H. McCrae, Dr. D. J.
MacDougall, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Dr. J. H. McNeill, Mr. J. F.
McWilliams, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. H. Mitchell, Mr. C R. Moore, Dr. B. N. Moyls,
Mrs. N. B. Noble, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Dr. M. E. Prang, Dr. J. F.
Richards, Dr. V. C.  Runeckles, Dr. S. O.  Russell, Mr.  R.  L. Salkeld, Dr.  R.  F.
Sharp, Vice-President M. Shaw, Mr. A. F. Sheppard, Dr. M. J. A. Smith, Dr. P.
Suedfeld, Mr. J. A. C. Swainson, Dr. M. Uprichard, Dean G. M. Volkoff,
Miss C. L. V. Warren, Mr. R. S. Whyte, Dean R. M. Will.
Observer:   Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Mr. R. J. Carter, Ms. B. C Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Acting Dean S. W. Hamilton,
Dr. L. Kraintz, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs.
Senate Membership
The following items were reported to Senate: -
Declaration of vacancies on Senate     (Universities Act section 36 (6))
(a) two student representatives at-large to replace Mr. B.J. Higgins and
Mr. D. J. MacKinnon who have resigned
(b) representative of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences to replace the
late Dr. Pernarowski 6616.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Senate Membership   (continued)
Members returning from  leave-of-absence
Dr. H. Mitchell, Department of History
Dr. P. H. Pearse, Department of Economics
Joint Faculty Representative
Mr. R. F. Osborne, Director, School of Physical Education and
Recreation, to replace Dr. R. A. Shearer during leave-of-absence
Pharmaceutical Sciences Representative
Dr. J. H. McNeill
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dr.  Kelly ) That the minutes of the Ninth regular meeting
Dr. McGregor   ) of Senate for the Session 1975-76, having been
circulated be taken as read and adopted.
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)       New course recommended by the Faculty of Applied Science   (P. 6610)
(ii)      Course change recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration   (P. 6610)
(iii)     Resolution of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration that,
subject to consultation with the 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 be restricted to 480 students
(P. 6604)
(iv)     Proposal of the Faculty of Dentistry that Chemistry 205, 210 or 220 be deleted
as a predental prerequisite course and that Biochemistry 300 or its equivalent
be added as a predental prerequisite course   (P. 6610) 6617.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
(v)      New courses and course changes in Commerce, Comparative Literature,
Creative Writing, Education and Linguistics, recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies   (P. 6610-12)
(vi)     Course changes in Education, Law and Zoology, recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies   (P. 6611-12)
(vii)    New courses recommended by the Faculty of Law   (P. 6612)
(viii)  Establishment of an Institute of Oncology within the Faculty of Medicine,
recommended by the Faculty of Medicine   (P. 6601-2)
(ix)     New courses, course and program changes recommended by the Faculty of
Science   (P. 6612-13)
Annual  Financial  Report of the University,  March  31,   1976
As required under Section 32 of the Universities Act, The Board of Governors
had forwarded to Senate copies of the Annual Financial Report, Balance Sheet and
Financial Statements of the University for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1976.
Attention was drawn to the profit listed for the Bookstore.   The Chairman
agreed to report back to Senate concerning where the profit originated.   Attention
was also drawn to the fact that no "Accumulated Reserve from Previous Years" had
been listed for the Bookstore.
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Dr. Clark    ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A'
Mr. Moore   ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   The committee nominated the following
persons to fill vacancies on Senate committees: - 6618.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
Academic Discipline
Dr. S. W. Hamilton
Admissions
Mr. W. H. Black
Agenda
Mr. R. L. Salkeld
Appeals on Academic Standing
Dean K. M. Lysyk
Curriculum
Dr. H. Mitchell
University  Library
Dr. H. Mitchell
Implementation of the Universities Act
Dr. P. H. Pearse
Mr. A. F. Sheppard
Mr. D. Byl
Standards in English
Dr. J. H. McNeill
replacing Dr. N. A. Hall
replacing Mr. B. J. Higgins
replacing Mr. D. J. MacKinnon
replacing Dean A.J. McClean
replacing the late Dr. Pernarowski
replacing Dr. J. L. Wisenthal
replacing Dr. N. A. Hall
replacing Dean A. J. McClean
replacing Mr. D. J. MacKinnon
replacing Dr. M. H. L. Pryce
Dr. Bourne reported that although Dr. J . L. Wisenthal was no longer a
member of Senate the committee recommended that he remain on the Committee
on Standards in English.   It was also noted that there was still a vacancy on
this committee.
Referring to the Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing Dr. Bourne
stated that Dr. Moyls had agreed to act as Chairman of the committee.
Dr. Bourne     )
Mr. Osborne   )
That the recommendations of the Nominating
Committee be approved.
Carried 6619.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
A report concerning the summer activities of the committee had been
circulated for information.   It was stated in the report that since the last meeting
of Senate in May the Admissions Committee had had 10 meetings at which it
considered 146 individual applications for admission or readmission to the
University and continued discussion on admissions policy, standards in English
and entrance examinations.
The applications fell into two main groups;    those appealing who had been
rejected either for initial admission or readmission on the basis of current
regulations and those appealing for initial admission on the basis of maturity.
In total, approximately half (70) of the appeals were granted but the majority
of these were successful appeals for "mature" status.
Continuing Education
The University's submission to the Commission on University Programs in
Non-Metropolitan Areas (The Winegard Commission) had been circulated for
information.
Dr. MacDougall, Chairman of the Committee on Continuing Education,
explained that Dr. Winegard, a former president of the University of Guelph,
had been appointed as a one-man commission on university education in British
Columbia outside metropolitan Vancouver and Victoria.   Dr. Winegard was
assisted by an advisory panel consisting of representatives from the various
universities and colleges in British Columbia.   Dr. MacDougall and Mr. J. Kulich, 6620.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Continuing Education   (continued)
Acting Director of the Centre for Continuing Education, had been members of
the advisory panel.
The University's submission recommended that a University Centre be
created at each of the Interior community colleges as soon as it was clear that it
was appropriate to offer advanced programs in the area served by a particular
community college.   The principal arguments in support of the proposal were: -
1. It would substantially increase the opportunities for people resident in the
interior to complete a degree program.
2. It is consistent with the maintenance of traditional university standards of
academic excellence.
3. It achieves the first two goals with reasonable economic efficiency.
4. It is a flexible proposal which permits an effective response to the needs of
a particular area.
5. It can be implemented within a short period of time.
6. It is based on a model which past experience has shown to be successful
and acceptable in Canada.
Dr. MacDougall stated that Dr. Winegard had since presented his report to
the Government and it had not included the recommendation made by U.B.C.   In
his report Dr. Winegard had recommended the establishment of a multi-campus
university to serve the non-metropolitan areas of British Columbia.   The new
university should begin as a separately funded division of Simon Fraser University.
Under the terms of the report Simon Fraser University had been given until
December 1976 to accept or reject the proposal.   If the proposal were rejected a
new university should be established immediately despite the disadvantages. 6621.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Continuing Education    (continued)
Dr. Winegard contemplated in his report that the new university, whether
created as a division of Simon Fraser University or as a new university, would
make contractual arrangements with The University of British Columbia and the
University of Victoria so that these two universities would provide programs not
currently offered by Simon Fraser University or not feasible at a new institution.
During the following discussion opinions were expressed that the proposal
in the Winegard Commission Report was not the best way of meeting the needs of
the people resident in the Interior and that the services and programs available
would be more limited than they would have been under the U.B.C. proposal.
Members of Senate felt that the Committee on Continuing Education should be
asked to examine the recommendations in the report particularly with regard to
the implications for U.B.C.   The Chairman agreed that the committee should
examine the report as soon as possible and report back to Senate by the October
or November meeting with a detailed evaluation.
It was agreed that all members of Senate should receive a copy of the Winegard
report as soon as possible.
University Calendar
The Secretary of Senate explained that under section 37 (m) of the
Universities Act Senate was required to provide for the preparation and publication
of a university calendar.   Due to increased printing costs the Secretary recommended
that the calendar be published on a biennial basis thus saving an estimated $30,000 6622.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
University Calendar   (continued)
over each two year period.   The Secretary also recommended that the Senate
Admissions Committee be authorized to act as an advisory panel in an effort to
simplify calendar content.
Dr. Gray ) That the calendar be published on a biennial
Dr. Finnegan   ) basis, beginning with the next issue in April
1977.
Lost
Dean Finn ) That the Senate Admissions Committee be
Dr. Finnegan   ) authorized to act as an advisory panel to the
Secretary of Senate in a continuing effort to
simplify calendar content relative to the
calendar's basic purpose.
Carried
Administrative changes  in academic grades or standing
In a proposal circulated to Senate it was stated that Deans or their
representatives sometimes changed grades, altered standings, and permitted
exceptions to the rules governing standing or the granting of degrees, without
appraisal by Faculties or Senate.
It was argued that Senate should have information about the nature and
extent of administrative changes in academic grades or standing so that it could
be assured that academic standards were not being compromised.
Dr. Belshaw   ) That Deans be requested to provide to Senate
Dr. Gray ) each fall summary information indicating the
frequency of and the reasons for any action
they have taken, or which has been taken
under their authority, to alter or adjudicate
grades or standing in any courses or programs,
including the waiving of degree requirements.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and lost. 6623.
Wednesday, September 15, 1976.
Report of the Registrar on Summer Session  Registration   1976
The report of the Registrar on Summer Session registration 1976 was
received for information.
Report of the Registrar on  Intersession  Registration  1976
The report of the Registrar on Intersession registration 1976 was received
for information.
Faculty of Education   (See Appendix 'B')
A list of extra-sessional credit course proposals was circulated for information.
Other Business
Regent College
Dr. Houston, Principal of Regent College, drew Senate's attention to a
resolution passed at its meeting of November 14, 1973 which stated 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.
The Nominating Committee were requested to make recommendations for
the membership of a committee to consider the request of Regent College for a
continuation of its affiliation with the University.
Honorary Degrees
Dr. McGregor, Secretary of the Tributes Committee, reminded members of
Senate that the committee would be glad to receive nominations for possible honorary
degree recipients.  These should be submitted to the Chairman, Dr. J. K. Stager,
incorporating the reasons for the nominations, along with curriculum vitae. 6624.
Wednesday, September 15, 1976.
Other Business   (continued)
University Endowment Lands
Senate was informed that the government had set up a task force on the
future of the University Endowment Lands.   It was suggested that the University
make some submission to the task force concerning the future use of the endowment
lands.   Mr. Byl gave notice of the following motion:-
"That a joint Senate/Board committee be struck to submit a proposal as to the
future use of the University Endowment Lands to the University Endowment
Lands study team."
Committee on Tenure
Senate was reminded that at its request the Board of Governors had agreed
to establish a committee to review tenure at U.B.C.   (P.6541-2 & 6590) .   In reply
to a query the Chairman agreed to ask the Board if they were prepared to report
back to Senate at this time.
Student nurses - family visits
Dr. Copp drew Senate's attention to an issue that had arisen with students
in the Health Sciences.  Part of their courses involved visiting families.   However,
due to a recent unfortunate "baby-napping" incident a case had arisen where
student nurses had been refused entry.
In reply to a query Dr. Uprichard stated that these visits were organized
through agencies.  The students had been instructed to carry identification cards
but other than that there seemed to be no way of getting round the problem. 6625.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
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
Modest Pernarowski.
IN MEMORIAM
MODEST PERNAROWSKI
Modest Pernarowski, Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the Faculty
of Pharmaceutical Sciences, died in his sleep June 10,  1976, at the age of 47.
Professor Pernarowski was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.  After receiving
his undergraduate education at the University of Saskatchewan and Carlton
University, he took two graduate degrees at Purdue University.   He served in
the Food and Drug Directorate of the Department of Health and Welfare, Ottawa,
for eleven years before joining this Faculty in 1963.   His scholarship, revealed
by his books and his many contributions to learned journals, won for him the
respect of his colleagues throughout this country and others;   his advice was
sought nationally and internationally.    The quality of his work was recognized
in 1967,  when he was awarded the Canada Centennial Medal, and in 1973, when
he was appointed a Fellow of the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the
American Pharmaceutical Association.
On the campus Professor Pernarowski participated in the life of the University
as a whole and his conscientious labours on various committees won for him the
respect of his colleagues from other Faculties as well as his own.   He spoke for
the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences on many occasions, in particular during
the last year, when he sat as its representative on Senate.   He will be missed by
students and colleagues alike.
Professor Pernarowski is survived by his wife, two sons, and a daughter.
To them the members of Senate, on behalf of the University, send their sympathy. 6626.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Memorial Minute   (continued)
Dr. McGregor    ) That this Memorial Statement be spread on the
Dr. Copp ) minutes of Senate and that a copy be sent to the
widow of the deceased.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 9.50 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
October 13,  1976.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6627.
Wednesday, September 15, 1976.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The A.   F.   Barss Prize in Horticulture   -  This prize of $50 is given in
honour of Dr. Alden F. Barss, Professor of Horticulture from 1918 to 1953,
in recognition of his service to the University and the horticultural interests
of the province.   He was a dedicated and unselfish teacher devoted to helping
others.   He gave direction and understanding to student veterans from two
world wars, supervised all campus development and maintenance for 30
years and for 8 years was Honorary secretary of the British Columbia Fruit
Growers Association.   His submission, "A Proposal to Improve the Relations
of the University to the Province by the Establishment of a University Extension
Service" led to the creation of the Department of Extension in 1933.   It will
be awarded to the fourth year student standing highest in the Horticulture
option in Plant Science.   This prize is one of a series of awards designated
as the Agricultural Sciences Founding Faculty Prizes, established to honour
the men who were responsible for the organization and development of the
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences at The University of British Columbia.   On
the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the appointment of Leonard S.
Klinck as Dean of Agriculture, May 11, 1974, these prize awards were
established and endowed by Dean Emeritus Blythe Eagles and Mrs. Eagles
for a period of ten years.   It is hoped that former students and friends of the
Faculty will wish to maintain these awards and possibly increase their value.
The British Columbia Anaesthetists' Society Prize in Anaesthesia   -  This
prize in the amount of $200 will be awarded to the graduating student in the
Faculty of Medicine who has demonstrated the most promising development
during the third and fourth year program in Anaesthesia based on both
clinical achievement and written examinations.
The Jennie Gillespie Drennan Memorial Scholarships   -   Income in the
amount of approximately $2,000 per annum from the "Albert Alexander
Drennan Memorial Scholarship Fund in Memory of Jennie Gillespie Drennan,
M.D., 1895, Queen's College, Kingston, Ontario," will be made available to
assist deserving women students in the Faculty of Medicine.   The awards
will be made on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty.
The K.  A.   Evelyn Medical  Resident's Award   -  An award of approximately
$150 for the purchase of books will be made to an outstanding member of the
Resident Staff in the Department of Medicine.   The award has been made
possible by Dr. Evelyn's colleagues in recognition of his contribution in the
Faculty of Medicine.   The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Department of Medicine. 6628.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Gulf and Fraser Fishermen's Credit Union Scholarships   -   Three
scholarships of $500 each are offered by the Gulf and Fraser Fishermen's
Credit Union to students beginning or continuing studies at The University
of British Columbia in a full program of studies leading to an undergraduate
degree in any field.   To be eligible, an applicant must be an active member
or a son or daughter of an active member of the Gulf and Fraser Fishermen's
Credit Union.   They will be awarded by the University in consultation with
the credit union to the applicants who are most deserving in terms of academic
achievement.
The Elias and Elizabeth Healman Memorial Scholarships   -   Scholarships
totalling approximately $1,500 will be awarded to outstanding students in
the Faculty of Arts.   The awards were provided in the Estate of the late
Elias Healman and will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts.
The British Columbia Home Economics Association Scholarship   -  A
scholarship in the amount of $250, donated by the British Columbia Home
Economics Association, will be awarded to a student entering the third or
fourth year of the Bachelor of Home Economics program.   The award will be
made to a student demonstrating active participation in the field of Home
Economics, coupled with high scholastic achievement.   The award will be
made on the recommendation of the School of Home Economics.
The Dr. Marianne Rose Lourie-Jetter Memorial Scholarship - An annual
scholarship will be awarded in memory of Dr. Marianne Rose Lourie-Jetter,
who was for 18 years a member of the Faculty in the Department of German,
to a student or students undertaking a graduate program in the Department
of Germanic Studies. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Department.   The initial award will be made in 1978/79.
The Nu-West Development Corporation  Ltd.   Bursary   -  A bursary in the
amount of $750 has been provided by Nu-West Development Corporation Ltd.
The award will be made to a student entering the second or third year in
the School of Architecture.   Recipients should be Canadian citizens or landed
immigrants. 6629.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Robert W.   Phipps Bursary  - A bursary of $500 is given to acknowledge
the work and interest of Mr. Robert W. Phipps in the development of the
University Farm at Oyster River.   The student to receive this bursary will
have completed the third year in the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.   The
award will be based on knowledge of practical agriculture, scholastic standing
and financial need and will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences.
The Professor's Prize in Patholgy   -  A prize of $250, gift of Sherwood
Medical Industries, Inc., Missouri, will be awarded to the top ranking
student in Pathology, 2nd year Medicine, on the recommendation of the
Department of Pathology.
The John Reed Scholarship  - A scholarship in the amount of $125 has
been made available by the late John Reed, for a student in the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration.   The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty and will be available for 1976/77 and 1977/78.
The School of Rehabilitation Medicine Prize   -   This prize will be awarded
to a student in the graduating class, for general proficiency.
The University Student Awards Endowment Fund   -  This fund has been
established and is maintained by "in memoriam" contributions.   The income
from the fund is used to provide scholarships and bursaries to students at
The University of British Columbia.   Enquiries with respect to the fund
should be directed to the Awards Office.
The Vancouver Sun Debating  Prize   -   A prize of $50, to be shared annually
by the two winners of the English 100 Debating Competition has been provided
by the Vancouver Sun.   The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Department of English. 6630.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
(Extra-sessional credit courses - Winter Session 1976-77)
ON CAMPUS
ARTE 100
ARTE 305
ARTE 402
ARTE 405
GSED 309
EDUC 305
EDUC 312
EDUC 313
EDUC 316
EDUC 381
EDUC 382
EDUC 414
EDUC 419
EDUC 420
EDUC 425
EDUC 431
EDUC 436
EDUC 437
EDUC 472
EDUC 473
EDUC 474
EDUC 476
EDUC 477
EDUC 494
EDUC 496
3) Introduction to the Plastic and Graphic Arts
3) Design I
3) Painting III
3) Design II
3) General Science for Elementary School Teachers
3) Curriculum and Instruction in Developmental Reading
in the Elementary School
H) Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children
H) Introduction to Teaching the Gifted and Creative
li) Specific Learning Disabilities
H) The Library in the School
H) Services and Programs in Elementary School Libraries
3) Communications, Media and Technology in Learning
H) Introduction to Speech and Communication Disorders in
Children
H) Special Education for the Trainable Retarded
3) Curriculum and Instruction in Art II
H) Programming for Children with Specific Learning
Disabilities
li) Behaviour Disorders in Children
H or 3)    Teaching Maladjusted Children
H) Reading in the Secondary School Classroom - Practical
Implications
li) Materials of Reading Instruction
H) Reading in the Secondary School Classroom - Theoretical
Implications
3) Remedial Reading
H) Special Topics in Reading
li) Communications Media Programs in Schools
li) Motion Picture Production in Education
OFF CAMPUS
GSED  309   (3)
General Science for Elementary School Teachers
- Dawson Creek
EDUC 305   (3)
Curriculum and Instruction in Developmental Reading
in the Elementary School
- Coquitlam/Maple Ridge, Campbell River, Smithers,
Burns Lake, Vanderhoof 6631.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
OFF CAMPUS   (continued)
EDUC 312
EDUC 313
EDUC 316
EDUC 334
EDUC 341
EDUC 385
EDUC 386
EDUC 387
EDUC 388
EDUC 408
EDUC 414
EDUC 426
EDUC 427
EDUC 430
EDUC 431
EDUC 433
EDUC 460
EDUC 461
EDUC 462
EDUC 465
H) Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children
- Prince George
H) Introduction to Teaching the Gifted and Creative
- Chilliwack
H) Specific Learning Disabilities
- Powell River, Fort St. John
3) Role of the Teacher in Home and Community
- Burnaby
3) The Teaching of Children's Literature
- Cranbrook, Quesnel
H) Introduction to Cataloging and Organization of Library
Materials
- Prince George
H) Classification and Cataloging
- Prince George
H) The School Library;  Sources of Information I
- Dawson Creek, Kamloops
H) The School Library; Sources of Information II
- Dawson Creek, Kamloops
H) Programming for the Gifted and Creative
- Chilliwack
3) Communications, Media and Technology in Learning
- Revelstoke
3) The Role of the Teacher in Guidance
- Richmond, New Westminster, Vancouver, West Vancouver
H)             Guidance;  Planning and Decision Making
- New Westminster, Victoria
3)               History of Education
- Castlegar
li) Programming for Children with Specific Learning
Disabilities
- Powell River, Fort St. John
H-3)        The Personal and Social Development of the Adult
- Richmond
3) An Introduction to Educational Administration
- Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Quesnel/Williams Lake,
Kamloops
H-3) Educational Diagnosis and Remedial Instruction
- Merritt, New Aiyansh
3) Human Development in Education
- Nanaimo
3) Technical Problem - Wood, Automotive, Electronics,
Design, Graphics
- Burnaby 6632.
Wednesday, September 15,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
OFF CAMPUS   (continued)
EDUC 468   (H-3) Introduction to Foundations of Values Education
- Courtenay
EDUC 469   (H-3) Introduction to Current Practices in Values Education
- Courtenay
EDUC 475   (li)            Corrective Reading
- Quesnel
EDUC 479   (3) Cross-Cultural Education (Native Indians)
- Prince Rupert
EDUC 480   (H or 3)    Advanced Studies in the Language Arts in the
Elementary Grades
- North Vancouver
EDUC 487   (3) Recent Developments in Elementary Education
- Grand Forks, Kamloops
EDUC 489   (3)              Applied Linguistics for Teachers
- Terrace
EDUC 490   (H or 3)    Special Studies in Elementary Education
- North Vancouver, Burnaby

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