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The History of Chelsea College of Physical Education with special reference to curriculum development, 1898-1973

By Ida M. Webb


The detailed study of the History of Chelsea College of Physical Education, through research and dialogue, has provided not only a fascinating journey into the past but also a stimulating experience. \ud Current curriculum development techniques concentrate on the ongoing process and have been adapted for the purposes of historical analysis.\ud Originally, 75 years seemed to be a suitable span of time to appraise the foundation and development of the College. With the re-organisation of higher education in East Sussex since 1973 it has also become essential to make reference to the latest institutional changes and the proposals for the future. \ud [Taken from the thesis Preface

Publisher: University of Leicester
Year: 1977
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  33. (1968). students per tutor. schools in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire,
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