This research paper centres on the life story of Dolores Correa for several reasons: (a) She advocates for feminism in 1902 in the introduction to her textbook (The Woman at Home), which was mandatory at the Normal School
for Women (7); (b) she was Vice-President of the First Feminist Association, and Director of La Mujer Mexicana magazine; (c) she was a rather prolific writer, with most of her writings addressing women's rights; (d) the First Feminist Congress (Merida, 1916) formally acknowledged her; and (e) she exerted great influence on her pupils, who were identified since they became elementary school teachers and had work experience records.
The Alberta Normal School
initially operated in temporary quarters in Calgary's Central School, but almost immediately construction began on a new building with fourteen-loot ceilings and oak fittings--a building grand enough that today it houses the southern offices of the provincial government.
The first secretary of education in Massachusetts, Horace Mann, would have taken considerable pride in the state colleges that have evolved from their early beginnings as normal schools
Clear understandings of normal schools
and teacher educators make enquiry into this area difficult in the contemporary world, and historical analysis is even more complex.
In many states the old normal schools
were transformed into a state college system after World War II.
Under Ford's sponsorship, the Lovetts taught in thirty-four universities, colleges, and normal schools
Mainstreaming the child into normal schools
has not been very successful due to the philosophical objections of the staff of the normal school
Section 26 (b) of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 provides that appropriate Government and local authorities shall endeavour to promote the integration of students with disabilities in the normal schools
Its learning centres, called balloons, are comfortable, domestic environments that function like normal schools
, but with more of an emphasis on personal and social development.
She said it was a strong desire of the parents, especially the affluent ones, to admit their children with learning disabilities in normal schools
where required facilities were missing.
developed professional norms for teacher training - hence the term "normal school
That's because this government refused to provide funds to educate the autistic children in normal schools