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Joseph Duffy fonds

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  • [195-?]-[198-?]

Fonds consists of the personal papers of educator Joseph Duffy, and has been arranged to reflect the diversity of the creator's interests. His concerns for the use (and misuse) of the English language, as well as for educational theory, are manifest in the EDUCATIONAL/INSTRUCTIONAL THEORY section. Also included in the section, and in the PUBLICATIONS section, are files relating to his work on the Department of Education's Division IV English Curriculum Committee. Joseph Duffy's active participation in professional organizations concerned about the state of the English Teaching profession is evident in the PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS category. Various PUBLICATIONS, and files relating to SECONDARY EDUCATION at Marian High School, have received their own sections. UNIVERSITY OF REGINA records have been subdivided as follows: Faculty of Education (includes the Task Force on Secondary Teacher Education); Lecture Notes - Education Courses; Joseph Duffy as Student; Students; and University of Regina - General. Perhaps the most interesting sub-category is the Lecture Notes, from which the researcher can catch glimpses of the style and technique that made Joseph Duffy a popular professor. The Joseph Duffy fonds provides insight into a man committed to excellence in his profession, driven by a quest for knowledge, and dedicated to transmitting his message in a humorous and thoughtful way.

Duffy, Joseph