Teacher Education Futures: Developing learning and teaching in ITE across the UK

Author/Producer ESCalate
Contributors
  • Vivienne Baumfield (Newcastle University)
  • Matthew Berresford (Stamongate Primary School)
  • Andy Bowles (Leeds Metropolitan University)
  • Lesley Cartwright (University of Wolverhampton)
  • Sharon Churm (Deansfield School, Wolverhampton)
  • Kate Cleary (Bradford College)
  • Katie Cuthbery (University of Derby)
  • Liz Elliott (St Martin's College)
  • Judith Enriquez (University of Aberdeen)
  • Sue Field (Canterbury Christchurch University)
  • Andy Hamill (University of Chester)
  • Des Hewitt (University of Derby)
  • Alison Jackson (ESCalate - St Martin's College)
  • Kerry Jordan-Daus (Canterbury Christchurch University)
  • Kerry Jordan-Daus (Canterbury Christchurch University)
  • Sue Kay (Liverpool Hope University)
  • Liz Kellerher (King Edward VI School, Morpeth)
  • Ruth Lee (Leicester University)
  • Ruth Lee (Leicester University)
  • Faith Line (Liverpool Hope University)
  • Rachel Lofthouse (Newcastle University)
  • Angela McFarlane (University of Bristol)
  • Robert Meadows (Creative Partnership, Merseyside)
  • Margaret Meredith (Bradford College)
  • Ali Messer (Roehampton University)
  • Angela Milner (Edge Hill University)
  • Kath Orlandi (Liverpool Hope University)
  • Ian Phillips (Edge Hill University)
  • Andy Ramsden (University of Bristol)
  • Graham Rogers (Edge Hill University)
  • Sue Rogers (Edge Hill University)
  • Helen Singh (Wolverhampton Local Authority)
  • Steve Wilkes (King Edward VI School, Morpeth)
  • Jocelyn Wishart (University of Bristol)
Published in 2006 ESCalate ITE conference proceedings
Date Published December 2006
Pages 114
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Summary

A selection of conference papers presented at the annual ESCalate ITE conference in 2006

Description

This booklet draws together a range of papers which were presented in workshops and symposia throughout the conference and will be of interest to all staff in schools and Higher Education Institutions concerned with Initial Teacher Education. These papers draw together a wealth of inspiration for teacher educators from research and scholarly activity by colleagues in the sector. There are papers on the successful use of technology, ranging from blended learning as an enhancement to learning and reflection to the value of Virtual Learning Environments, WebCT, Interactive Whiteboards and video. Partnerships are featured in a variety of forms; partnership with schools, with Local Authorities and in connection with creativity. And finally the ‘Every Child Matters’ agenda is discussed from the point of view of setting up successful structures to address this important issue.