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# This is a research report carried out by academics at Manchester Metropolitan University and Education Data Surveys in 2002 for DfES on teachers’ perceptions of continuing professional development (CPD).
ELibrarian question Hello, I am currently writing an extended literature review for Masters in Education the question is focused on inclusive education in mainstream middle schools and what inservice professional de
# CfBT is an Education Trust whose aim "is to provide education for public benefit both in the UK and internationally". Founded forty years ago as the Council for British Teachers, the Trust has worked in many countries, has a staff of approximately 2000 and is now responsible for managing a "growing number of schools".
Collaborative Approaches to Preparing and Developing Effective Teachers mini This symposium, held on 5/6 March 2007 in Glasgow, was organised by the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET) and Her Majesty's Inspectorate (HMI), along with the Scottish Teacher education Committee (STEC).
# This is a Teachers TV video programme which focuses on school based CPD in a secondary school. It shows how a CPD specialist can support a range of secondary school staff to engage in a variety of CPD whilst maintaining a focus on school improvement.
# An article from the Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA) ITE Subject Resource Network on reflective practice.
# Resources for primary school staff working to raise the attainment of advanced learners of English as an additional language.
The Cpdgifted website is a resource for tutors, student teachers and trainees involved or interested in the education of able, gifted and talented learners.
# This Teachers TV video, recorded in three different educational settings, explores how Continuing Professional Development (CPD) leaders, school leaders and local authorities are using Teachers TV to support professional development programmes.
The aim of this session is to encourage student teachers’ / trainees’ on-going professional development in the area of diversity and education, and to widen their knowledge of the range of information that is available to them through electronic sources.
Website which provides professional development resources on improving learning and teaching across the primary curriculum.
# This paper is the response from the Universities’ Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET) to the government announcement of the new Masters in Teaching and Learning (MTL) award for teachers. The MTL is be run for teachers in their first 5 years of service and later expanded to include all serving teachers. The paper shares publicly the UCET advice given to the Training and Development Agency...
# A unit from the National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD) ITE Subject Induction Pack and Programme on professional skills and values.
Resources for primary school staff on creating a positive school ethos and conditions to support the achievement of EAL children.
RE-Net Subject Induction Pack No 1 - An Introduction to RE and ITE
A study that considers opportunities for professional development for teachers funded by the Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant.
# A case study charting the experiences of trainees on a secondary PGCE programme, including the ways in which the provider tailored provision to support trainees’ professional development.
# This resource is a report published by the OECD focusing on the preparation, recruitment, work and careers of teachers. It is an overview document based on a major study of teacher policy carried out between 2002-4 involving responses from 25 countries around the world, including the UK. It would be of interest to ITE tutors and student teachers as it raises a number of important issues that are...
# This is an Ofsted survey which was carried out by Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI). Between the summer of 2005 and the spring of 2006, inspectors visited 13 secondary, 14 primary and two special schools whose section 10 inspections had identified good practice in managing and using CPD. The report was undertaken to advise government and schools on the strengths and weaknesses of CPD at a time when...
EPPI-Centre Logo Mini EPPI-Centre have released a review titled "What do specialists do in CPD programmes for which there is evidence of positive outcomes for pupils and teachers?" It investigates the role and work of specialists in CPD for which there is evidence of positive outcomes for pupils.
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