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Historians of Education in Scotland

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The first HEdScot conference took place at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 21 October 2011.

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The new model school of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 The new model of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia Ian Deary and Martin Lawn Historians of Education in Scotland

20 MIN2011 OCT 21
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The new model school of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia

Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950 Ian Deary and Martin Lawn Historians of Education in Scotland

32 MIN2011 OCT 21
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Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950

David Stow and teacher education

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 David Stow and teacher education Glenda White (University of Glasgow) Historians of Education in Scotland

21 MIN2011 OCT 21
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David Stow and teacher education

A history of elective home education in Scotland

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 A history of elective home education in Scotland Helen Lees (University of Stirling) Historians of Education in Scotland

27 MIN2011 OCT 21
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A history of elective home education in Scotland

How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy?

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy? David Dick (Edinburgh Napier University) Historians of Education in Scotland

29 MIN2011 OCT 21
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How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy?

Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902 Christopher Bischof (Rutgers University) Historians of Education in Scotland

22 MIN2011 OCT 21
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Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902

Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s Atsuko Betchaku (University of Edinburgh) Historians of Education in Scotland

20 MIN2011 OCT 21
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Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s

Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century Robert Anderson (University of Edinburgh) Historians of Education in Scotland

22 MIN2011 OCT 21
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Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century
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Latest Episodes

The new model school of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 The new model of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia Ian Deary and Martin Lawn Historians of Education in Scotland

20 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
The new model school of education: Godfrey Thomson, Moray House and Teachers College, Columbia

Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950 Ian Deary and Martin Lawn Historians of Education in Scotland

32 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
Reconstructing Godfrey Thomson and the Scottish School of Educational Research, 1925-1950

David Stow and teacher education

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 David Stow and teacher education Glenda White (University of Glasgow) Historians of Education in Scotland

21 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
David Stow and teacher education

A history of elective home education in Scotland

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 A history of elective home education in Scotland Helen Lees (University of Stirling) Historians of Education in Scotland

27 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
A history of elective home education in Scotland

How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy?

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy? David Dick (Edinburgh Napier University) Historians of Education in Scotland

29 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
How was female education affected by Scottish claims for educational and intellectual democracy?

Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902 Christopher Bischof (Rutgers University) Historians of Education in Scotland

22 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
Pay, prestige and lifestyle: the hiring of elementary teachers in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands, 1846-1902

Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s Atsuko Betchaku (University of Edinburgh) Historians of Education in Scotland

20 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
Japanese education and social welfare policies and Scottish evangelicals, 1870s to the 1920s

Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century

Institute of Historical Research HEdScot Conference 2011 Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century Robert Anderson (University of Edinburgh) Historians of Education in Scotland

22 MIN2011 OCT 21
Comments
Edinburgh schools and Edinburgh University: some evidence from the early twentieth century
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