Oregon School Directory: Superintendents, Principals, High School Teachers, School Clerks and Standard High Schools ... (Google eBook)

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State Print. Department, 1915 - 23 pages
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Page 113 - The college must maintain at least seven separate departments or chairs in the arts and sciences. In case the pedagogical work of the institution is to be accepted for certification, the college must maintain at least eight chairs, one of which shall be devoted exclusively to education or at least to philosophy, including psychology and education. The head of each department shall, in no case, devote less than three-fourths of his time to college work.
Page 113 - The number of class hours for the heads of departments and for students shall not exceed 20 a week. 4. A faculty properly qualified shall consist entirely of graduates of standard colleges, and each head of a department shall hold at least a master's degree from a standard college or have attained eminent success as a teacher, which success shall be determined by the chief State school officer of the State in which the institution is located. 5. The library shall consist of at least 5,000 volumes,...
Page 113 - To be considered a standard college all of the following conditions must be fully met: 1. The completion of a four-year secondary course above the eighth grade shall be required for college entrance. 2. The completion of 120 semester hours shall be required for graduation. 3. The number of class hours for the heads of departments and for students shall not exceed 20 a week. 4. A faculty properly qualified...
Page 113 - A faculty properly qualified should consist entirely of graduates of standard colleges, and each head of a department should hold a master's degree from a standard college or have attained eminent success as a teacher. Graduation from a standard college is the desired standard for teachers of such special subjects as music, art, expression, physical education ; and this standard is emphasized, but temporarily not...
Page 112 - State certificate, issued in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2, shall, after thirty months' successful teaching experience in this State, and upon the recommendation of the county superintendent of the county in which the applicant last taught, receive a life State certificate...
Page 114 - State certificate shall be granted to an applicant who has taught at least 12 months and who shall pass an examination with a general average of not less than 85 per cent and shall not fall below 70 per cent In any one of the subjects required for life certificate, except English literature, plane geometry, botany, physics, bookkeeping, general history, geology, and history of education. Holder of five-year State certificate may be granted a life certificate on passing examination In additional subjects...
Page 116 - Examination in methods in reading, methods in arithmetic, methods in language, methods in geography, theory and practice of teaching, writing, physiology, orthography, and psychology; and in addition thereto a thesis on a subject to be selected from list prepared by superintendent of public instruction.
Page 114 - The superintendent of public instruction may, at his discretion, issue a certificate, without examination, to teach classes for atypical children or to teach in any one or more of the following subjects: Library, music, art . . ., which certificate shall entitle the holder to teach the subject therein named in any school in this State unless revoked for cause. The superintendent of public instruction, before issuing the same, shall receive satisfactory evidence of the applicant's fitness to teach...
Page 112 - By a standard normal school is meant a school meeting the following requirements: 1. For entrance, four years work above the eighth grade in an accredited secondary school. 2. For graduation therefrom, two years additional work, including a thorough review of the common branches and training in a practice school. 3. The maintenance of a well-equipped training school for observation and...
Page 112 - For graduation, two years' additional work, including a thorough review of the common branches and training in a practice school. "The maintenance of a well equipped training school, the course of study covering work in the elementary grades.

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