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Dual identities: enhancing the in-service teacher trainee experience in further education

Orr, Kevin and Simmons, Robin, ESCalate (Education Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy), corp creator. (2009) Dual identities: enhancing the in-service teacher trainee experience in further education.

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Abstract

Dual identities : enhancing the in-service teacher-trainee experience in further education is a research grant given to Kevin Orr of University of Huddersfield by ESCalate in 2008. The projects aims are: 1. To explore the dual role of employed teacher and teacher-trainee in order to consider how the roles interact and affect the training of teachers in FE. 2. To develop strategies to enhance the teacher-trainee experience through partnership with college employers. 3. Make recommendations to enhance the initial development of in-service trainees, focusing on improving teaching and learning for all students.The project disseminate their findings and recommendations by producing a best practice guide for employers and teacher-trainers in the PCET (Post-Compulsory Education and Training) sector which will be made available through ESCalate, the Consortium for PCET and the Huddersfield University Distributed Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training, HUDCETT

Item Type: Document from Web
Publisher: ESCalate
Uncontrolled Keywords: Further education staff ,Staff development,Further education
Depositing User: escalate
Date Deposited: 02 Dec 2011 10:16
Last Modified: 04 Jul 2012 15:18
URI: http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/id/eprint/13063
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