The "Antigonish Movement" adult education programs at the St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Date:1928 Duration:3 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The "Co-Operation" ideas of Rev. Dr.J.J.Tompkins, of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, give rise to programs such as the Adult Education Program of the Extension Department of the University. Adults are seen participating in education program, as they take evening instruction in reading, writing, and basic economics, in a local school classrooms. Another pioneer in the "Antigonish Movement," the Rev. Dr. Hugh MacPherson of St.Francis Xavier University, is seen on a farm, advising local farmers about soil and farming techniques. In a laboratory at the University, he discusses soil chemistry, with several farmers, and shows them the contrast between plants with and without proper soil conditions. He counsels farmers out in the field. Views of the campus of St. Francis Xavier University. Map of Nova Scotia showing the Eastern area served by the University. Other leaders in the "Antigonish Movement," Dr. M.M. Coady and his assistant, A.B. MacDonald, are seen together, and consulting with other educators at the university. Sister Marie Michael, who leads women's programs, is highlighted.
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