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PERSONS ELIGIBLE WITHOUT EXAMINATION.

1. The following persons shall be eligible for certificates:

Holders of First or Second class professional or non-professional certificates, obtained on examination in the North-West Territories since January, 1894, to receive certificates of equal standing in this Province.

2. The following persons shall be eligible for non-professional certificates: (a) Undergraduates of the University of Manitoba, who have passed the Preliminary Examination (1892 and thereafter) to receive second class certificates on passing in book-keeping, agriculture, botany, music, and drawing, as prescribed for second class certificates; those who have passed the previous Examination (1893 and thereafter), and have obtained 50 per cent. of the aggregate marks, and 34 per cent. on each subject, and who present a certificate to that effect, to receive a certificate of first class, Grade B, on passing in bookkeeping, agriculture, botany, music, and drawing, as prescribed for second class certificates.

(b) Graduates of the University of Manitoba, who have first or second class standing in Honor Courses, or in the General Course, to receive a certificate of first class, Grade A, on passing in book-keeping, agriculture, botany, music, and drawing, as prescribed for second class certificates.

(c) Graduates of any other University in Her Majesty's Dominions, on the presentation of satisfactory documents, to receive certificates of such class as the Advisory Board may deem them entitled to.

NORMAL SCHOOL COURSE.

1. Before being allowed to take professional training, all teachers shall have at least the corresponding non-professional standing.

2. Only those who have had third class professional training and at least one year's successful experience in teaching, shall be allowed to take the first or second class professional course.

THIRD CLASS.

The Science of Education.

Nature and aim of education, teaching, instruction. Outline of useful portions of mental science; application of the principles derived therefrom to teaching and government.

Text-White's Pedagogy. Unconscious Tuition-Huntingdon.

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(1) Methods of teaching each subject on the programme of studies. School Organization. School Management. Duties of teachers and pupils as set forth in the Public School Law and Regulations. Physical culture.

(2) Practice in teaching.

Text-Public Schools Act; Blaikie's Sound Bodies for our Boys and Girls. High School Cadet Drill Manual. Lectures.

SECOND CLASS.

The Science of Education.

The nature and aim of education, teaching and instruction. Psychology and ethics as the scientific basis of the art of education; their application to the development of the intellectual and moral powers.

Texts-White's Pedagogy. Sully's Psychology. Lectures.

The Art of Education.

(1) Outlines of general method; its application to the teaching of each subject on the public school course of studies; school organization; school management; physical culture; practical training in music and drawing.

(2) Practice in teaching.

Texts-White's Pedagogy. Public Schools Act. Lectures.

The History of Education.

Systems and theories of education; eminent educators.

Texts-Quick's Educational Reformers (Appleton's Edition, 1890). Lectures.

FIRST CLASS.

The Science of Education.

Nature, form and limit of education; development and training of man; educational values; psychological and logical sequences of subjects; general

method.

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Rosenkranz' Philosophy of Education; Sully's Handbook of Psychology; Jevon's Elements of Logic (Hill), selected portions; Correlation Report and Report of Committee of Ten. Lectures.

The Art of Education.

Application of principles derived from method and sequence to the teaching of each subject in the course of study; school organization; school management; physical culture : practical training in music and drawing.

(2) Practice in teaching.

Texts-Public Schools Act. Regulations of the Department of Education and of the Advisory Board, so far as printed. Lectures,

The History of Education.

Systems and theories of education.

Text-Rosenkranz' Philosophy of Education, Part III. Lectures.

Quick's Educational Reformers (Appleton's Edition, 1890); Spencer's Essay on Education; History of Educational Sloyd. Lectures.

COLLEGIATE OR HIGH SCHOOL.

The same as for First-class Certificate.

MARKS REQUIRED TO PASS WRITTEN EXAMINATION.

Candidates must obtain at least 34 per cent. on each subject, and 50 per cent. on all subjects.

GENERAL RULES.

NON-PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES.

1. All non-professional certificates shall issue on August 10th of each year, or, should that be a legal holiday, on the following day.

2. No non-professional certificate shall issue until the applicant therefor shall have filed with the Department of Education a certificate of moral character, signed by a clergyman or other responsible person.

3. No non-professional certificate shall be a license to teach in a public school in Manitoba.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES.

Professional certificates shall be issued to persons who have fulfilled the following requirements :

THIRD CLASS.

1. To have at least a non-professional third-class certificate.

2. To have attended at least a full session at a normal school, after obtaining such non-professional certificate, and to have passed the professional examination.

3. To have received a satisfactory report on conduct and practical teaching from the Principal of the Normal School.

4. Those third-class teachers who have attended the Normal School for third-class teachers in this province for a period not less than nine weeks, and whose non-professional third-class certificates have expired, may on the recommendation of a Public School Inspector, have their professional training allowed them on any further non-professional certificates of higher grade obtained by them in the province.

5. No professional third class certificate shall be valid as a license to teach for a longer period than three years.

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SECOND CLASS.

To have a non-professional second elass certificate.

2. To have attended at least one full Session at the Provincial Normal School after obtaining such non-professional certificate, to have passed the professional examination, and to have received a satisfactory report on conduct and practical teaching from the Principal of the Provincial Normal School.

3. To have taught successfully in this province for one year, after having obtained a non-professional second class certificate.

FIRST CLASS.

1. To have a non-professional first class certificate, or a degree in arts entitling the holder to a non-professional first class certificate.

2. To have attended at least one full session, either for first or second class candidates, at the Provincial Normal School, to have passed the professional examination for a first class certificate; and to have received a satisfactory report on conduct and practical teaching from the principal of the Provincial Normal School.

3. To have taught successfully in this province for one year, after having obtained a non-professional first class certificate.

COLLEGIATE OR HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE.

(Principals of Collegiate or High Schools must hold this certificate). 1. To have the degree of Bachelor of Arts from some university in Her Majesty's Dominions.

2. To have a professional first class certificate.

COLLEGIATE OR HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT'S CERTIFICATE.

1. To have standing equivalent to that of the previous examination in the University of Manitoba.

2. To have a professional first class certificate.

PECIALIST'S CERTIFICATE.

1. Candidates on presenting to the Advisory Board sufficient evidence of being able to read French or German and to speak either of these languages fluently and correctly, may receive a temporary certificate, entitling them to teach in a Collegiate or High School as specialists in such language. Such certificates may be made permanent after a year on evidence of successful teaching.

2. Specialists in drawing, music, elocution, and calisthenics, may secure certificates on such conditions and for such periods as the Advisory Board may from time to time determine.

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