ESCalate ITE conference - May 15th at Glyndwr University, Wrexham
Here is a collection of PowerPoint presentations and handouts from the conference:
1. Keynote - Professor Joan Whitehead - Teacher Education in a new era: visioning and realising
2. Adrian Copping, University of Cumbria - Watching me, Watching you, Aha! Developing Reflection and Practice through the use of video
3. Hilary Constable, Brunel University with Natalie Smith and Matt Foulds, TDA, Trisha Waters, Chichester University and Linda Fursland, Priory School, Weston-super-Mare - The sum of the parts? Gains or not from a series of research and development projects.
4. Ian Minty, UHI Millenium Institute and Lynda Keith, University of Strathclyde - Delivering a one year PGDE (primary) to remote students.
5. Lisa Murtagh and Maggie Webster, Edge Hill University - Assessment in Wonder-land.
6. Phil Bassett and Patrick Costello, Glyndwr University - Towards teachers as practitioner researchers: Encouraging undergraduate trainees to publish
7. Sarah Williamson, University of Huddersfield - 'Such a relief to see something in my language': the use of a cross- institutional VLE to support subject specialist pedagogy
8. Linda Hallwood and Steve Bell, Wakefield College - Wakeypedia - Sharing good practice
9. Sue Lambert, Bishop Grosseteste University College - What do PGCE primary students understand reflective practice to be and what helps and hinders the process?
10. Jill Anderson, Lancaster University with Nicky Westerby, Lancaster University and Jane Sedgewick, The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service - Learning and mental wellbeing: making the connections in ITE.
11. John Lodge, Roehampton University - Teaching and assessing with PowerPoint
12. John Lodge, Roehampton University - Presenting with PowerPoint. John is particularly keen to see if other people are doing similar work in their institutions and to seek out a potential collaborator. Contact John or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
13. Josie Harvey, University of Huddersfield - It's not just a game: educating the educators
14. Karl Wall, IOE with jean Murray, UEL and Marion Jones, LJMU - The TEG resource: initial evaluation and possible/emerging pedagogic strategies for its use as a capacity building resource
15. Liz Dixon, University of Huddersfield - Cinderella Researchers: a gendered perspective of teacher educators in Higher Education
16. John McCullagh and Fergal Corscadden, Stranmillis University College, Belfast and James Stewart, W5 Discovery Centre, Belfast
17. Lawry Price, Roehampton University - Reflection on peer reflection
18. Maarten Tas and Susan Forsythe, University of Leicester - Engaging student teachers in classroom research as part of their teacher training
19. Chris Carpenter and Marie Ryan, Canterbury Christchurch University - An investigation into Secondary PGCE student teachers' perceptions of the possibilities of learning offered through completing written assignments
20. Jane Thomson, Robert Collins and Moira Paterson, University of Strathclyde - Enhancing student self-regulation on placement
21. Catherine Lehal with Elizabeth Newman, University of the West of England - Learning journeys: considering ITT students in primary curriculum creative arts
22. Maggie Pitfield, Goldsmiths, University of London with Liz Morrison, University of Greenwich - How flexible is flexible? Flexible learning in Initial Teacher Education: implications for programme design and school-based experience
23. Pippa Abbott with Sue Irving, University of Worcester - Digital literacy in Initial Teacher Education - Raising standards in writing
24. Hazel Crichton with Brian Templeton, University of Glasgow - The new alliance: comparison of pedagogy and student experience in Scotland and France
25. Archie Graham, Jane Bruce and Chris Munro, University of Aberdeen - Towards a new era: developing a combined primary and secondary PGDE Initial Teacher Education programme
26. Frances Simpson, University of the West of Scotland - Patching it together - Using a patchwork approach for assessment of the primary curriculum - PGDE(P)
27. Marion Jones and Grant Stanley, Liverpool John Moores University and Jean Murray, UEL - Towards a new era in teacher education research: networking and professional learning in a research capacity building project
28. Two articles relating to TEG (number 14, Karl Wall) and TERN (number 27, Marion Jones)
29. Robin Trangmar 1, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru - Can e-Portfolios support professional and collaborative practice? PowerPoint
30. Robin Trangmar 2, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru - Can e-Portfolios support professional and collaborative practice? Paper
31. Robin Trangmar 3, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru - Can e-Portfolios support professional and collaboratvie practice? Poster
32. Allison O'Sullivan and Sue Horder, Glyndwr University - Transformation to autonomous professional practitioner
33. Branwen Beattie, University of Worcester - A sense of self: exploring the issues and complexities of establishing a cultural identity within a rural school context
34. Andy Connell and Kevin Mattinson, Keele University - The ascent of the Eiger: the journey from 'unsatisfactory' to being a grade A provider
35. Andy Connell and Kevin Mattinson, Keele University - The good, the bad and the ugly: descriptors, SED and Ofsted review of grades - delegates are welcome to other documents connected to this presentation - please contact ESCalate ITE or the presenters directly
36. Frances Atherton, University of Chester - How are young children in the Foundation Stage pursuing their schemas? The presentation that Frances used is not available for distribution but if you wish to contact her, she would be very pleased to hear from you. Either contact ESCalate ITE or the presenter directly.
37. Djamila Djezzar, University of Wales, Newport - Making Y Cwrricwlwm Cymreig a reality for Welsh Secondary Schools