Re: New member signing on

Anne Hollows (
Fri, 12 May 1995 16:07:44 GMT

> From: cjcs09 <>
> Subject: New member signing on
> To:
> Date: Fri, 12 May 1995 13:48:09 +0100 (BST)
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> Hello!
> I'm Bill Ramsay, one-time chemist and now psychologist. I've been in
> contact with PCP since the early seventies and I'm a founder member of
> the EPCA. My work here at the Faculty of Education in the University of
> Strathclyde is in teacher education (Technology teachers), Speech Therapy
> and the Diploma in Careers Guidance. I try to get PCP into all of these
> in some way.
> I'm particularly interested in the use of PCP in Design Education in the
> Technology sphere, introduce it in the Assessment and Behavioural
> Approaches to Therapy courses in Speech Therapy and see it as potentially
> very useful in Careers Counselling.
> When I get time (teaching loads here are pretty high) I'd like to pursue
> the use of PCP in teaching ethics and the development of ethical
> systems.
> Recently one of my undergraduates has been developing a Hypercard-based
> construct elicitation system for use with school students - in respect of
> forming a Design Team - and an MSc student who is a Congregational
> Minister wrote his dissertation on the use of PCP in Deacon training.
> I'd be pleased to hear any time from anyone out there with similar interests.
> Best wishes to all,
> Bill.

Hello, I am Annie Hollows at Universityb of East L0onodon and pretty
new to PCP but also engaged in teaching of values and ethics to
social workers. I hadnt thought of using PCP for that but I am using
it next (academic) year to look at changing perspectives of professional
behaviour which is sort of related, but includes for me anelement of
professional knowledge as well as values. I would be keen to keep
in touch.

Annie Hollows