Henry Foss Hall, A Canadian Educator, 1897-1971: The Interaction Between a Man and a Developing Institution

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Henry Foss Hall, A Canadian Educator, 1897-1971: The Interaction Between a Man and a Developing Institution
Abstract
Henry F. Hall (1897-1971) was a Professor of Natural Science at Montreal's Sir George Williams University, now part of Concordia University, as well as serving throughout his career as Student Counsellor, Headmaster of the Evening High School, Dean of Sir George Williams College, and Principal of Sir George Williams University. Hall was a firm believer in both cooperative and student-centered education.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
Florida State University
Place
Tallahassee, FL
Date
1975
Language
en
Citation
Malloy, Brenda Margaret. “Henry Foss Hall, A Canadian Educator, 1897-1971: The Interaction Between a Man and a Developing Institution.” PhD dissertation, Florida State University, 1975.
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