Power to Teach: Learning through Practice

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MANUSCRIPT AND OTHER COLLECTIONS

Bishop Grosseteste College Archive, Records of Lincoln Training College.

Bristol Record Office, Records of the Bristol Pupil-Teacher Centre.

Cambridge University Archive, Records of Cambridge University Day Training College.

Cambridge University, King's College Archive Centre, Correspondence of Oscar Browning.

Chester City Record Office, Records of Chester Training College.

Durham County Record Office, Records of Darlington Training College and Records of Arthur Pease School (formerly Darlington Practising School to November 1919).

Leeds University Archive, Records of Leeds Day Training College.

Leeds University, Museum of the History of Education, Education Student and Staff Records (uncatalogued).

London University, Institute of Education Archive, London Day Training College Records.

London Metropolitan Archive, London School Board and London County Council Records relating to the Pupil-Teacher System in London.

Manchester University, John Rylands Library, Fielden Family Papers. Public Record Office, Kew

Ed 22/158, Memorandum on Final Examination Marks for Practical Teaching, 1922.

Ed 86/24, Practising and Demonstration Schools.

Ed 119/53, Manchester University, Fielden Demonstration School.

Ed 22 67-169, Inspectors Reports on Training Colleges.

Ed 78, Teacher Training College Files: 4/Chester Teacher Training College, /10 Darlington Teacher Training College, /20 Southampton Day Training College, /34 Lincoln Teacher Training College, /67 York St John's Teacher Training College.

Ed 115, HMI Reports on Teacher Training Colleges: 3 and 4/Chester Teacher Training College, /11 Darlington Teacher Training College, /40 Lincoln Teacher Training College.

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