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R-B3734
Item Date
1915


"To become a teacher, students attended Normal School. After one year of training they graduated and returned to teach at one of the many rural schools."


"The Yorkton and Regina Normal Schools were the precursors to the Colleges of Education that were eventually established at the Universities. With such a high demand for teachers, the Normal Schools were used to give a basic amount of training in the shortest time possible before the teachers were dispersed to the many rural areas of the province."

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R-B3734
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photograph
Keywords:
Teachers; Normal School; Yorkton


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Image Preview R-B3734 Photograph 01 - "To become a teacher, students attended Normal School. After one year of training they graduated and returned to teach
Image Preview R-B4594 Photograph 02 - The Regina Normal School graduates.
Image Preview R-B2248 Photograph 03 - "At Normal School, two future teachers learn how to prepare cocoa for lunches in the home economics lab."
Image Preview R-A14743 Photograph 04 - Two new teachers arriving for their first job at Zelma.
Image Preview R-39 PDF Document 05 - Lieutenant Governor Forget's speech to the graduating class at the Normal School.
Image Preview R-A20899-1 Photograph 06 - Broadview school staff.
Image Preview R-A2396 Photograph 07 - A teachers' convention in Weyburn provided an opportunity to update their training.
Image Preview R-B11287 Photograph 08 - A Balgonie teacher had her hands full with a class of 29 elementary students.
Image Preview VT R177.3 Chapter 2 Video 09 - Nation Building in Saskatchewan: 'The Ukrainians' - Chapter Two (Silent Film)
Image Preview Pamphlet PDF Document 10 - Teacher's Registrar: 1917-1931
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