Author

Luff

Date of Award

5-1951

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Educational Leadership, Research and Technology

Department

Educational Studies

First Advisor

Dr. George G. Mallinson

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

Chapter I

Introduction

The Role of Apprenticeship

The institution of apprenticeship has been an important educational process since the beginning of history. Centuries ago trade skills were passed on from father to son, and from master to novice through an association whereby the craftsman taught the novice the skills of his trade. Down through history apprenticeship has flourished either in one form or another, and today it is an important part of the industrial system. Apprenticeship has developed in accord with industrial progress.

In order to avoid confusion, it may be well at the outset to designate the meaning of "apprentice" as it is used throughout this paper.

Comments

From 1939 to the early 1950's, Western offered graduate courses in Kalamazoo in conjunction with the University of Michigan. All degrees were awarded by the University of Michigan.

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