Jordanhill College of Education: Courses

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Material relating to the following courses:

  • General, 1949.
  • Diploma course for primary teaching, 1931-1984; P.G.C.E. (Primary), 1981-1987;
  • Special qualification for infant and nursery school teaching, no date given; Associateship in upper primary education, 1973; B.Ed (Primary), 1983-1990.
  • P.G.C.E. (Secondary), 1972-1990; B.Ed. (Secondary and Primary), 1966-1984;
  • Diploma in Technical Education, 1970s; B.Tech.Ed., 1983-1989; Diploma in Physical Education; Teachers Certificate (secondary education) in Physical Education, 1966; B.Ed (Physical Education and Human Movement), 1975-1988; B.A. Sport and Recreation in the community, 1983-1988 ; B.Ed.Music, 1986-1989.
  • Special and remedial education courses, 1982-1987.
  • Further education courses, 1974-1989.
  • Inservice courses, 1908-1996; Speech and language therapy courses, 1967-1989;
  • Youth and community courses, 1977-1992; Social work courses, 1967; Counselling courses, 1992-1994; and Inservice Awards scheme, 1990-1993.

Administrative / Biographical History

Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow (now the Faculty of Education in the University of Strathclyde) had its origins in the transfer of the responsibility for education from church to secular bodies. Under the Education (Scotland) Act 1872 (35 & 36 Vict., c. 62) the control of schools in Scotland was passed from heritors and kirk sessions to local school boards, but churches continued to be responsible for teacher training colleges. By the early 20th century, however, this was an increasing financial burden for religious bodies and negotiations began to transfer the training colleges to secular control.

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Other Finding Aids

Paper-based catalogue to item level available at Jordanhill Library.

Archivist's Note

Archivist's note: Description prepared by Margaret Harrison, Web version by Graham S. Holton, Jordanhill LibraryRules or Conventions: Description based on Scottish Archive Network guidelines, based on ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description, International Council on Archives (2nd edition, 2000). and Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names, National Council on Archives (1997)Date of descriptions: November 2004