Three manuscript essays submitted for Part II of the B.Ed. degree:
- (1) 'Freudian Theory in the Light of the Anthropological Study';
- (2) 'The significance of movement for development of visual perception of space';
- (3) 'It is much easier to analyse Humpty Dumpty than to put him together again, and this way of looking at pupils is all too apt to blind us to human encounter because we are seeing the child in terms of our objectives (Charity James). Has this quotation any relevance for curriculum planning, and to what extent is it mirrored in the 'Fourfold Curriculum'?'