Resources: Education systems
5 resources found for "Education systems"
- This resource outlines the work of ESCalate, the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Education with CETLs (Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning) in various institutions. This work includes: helping CETLs to become established and embedded in their institutions; supporting the creation of coherent and effective teams; supporting the sharing of subject knowledge and pedagogy among CETLs, Subject Centres, institutions and CETL...
- Education in Northern Ireland : a view from the sidelines
- This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 15, autumn 2009. Les Caul gives an overview of the complexities of the primary and secondary education sector in Northern Ireland, which points up issues of relevance to the whole of the UK and has obvious implications for the strategic development of Higher Education both there and in the rest of the UK. It is available as a PDF download of 3 pages
- Teacher Education in transition: the changing landscape across the UK
- This publication has been written to follow on from the ESCalate symposium held at the UCET conference in Nov 2010. It comprises a collection of case studies from Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. These case studies take into account the divergence of teacher training in these countries, and follow recent developments in teacher education policies
- The advantages of bilingualism
- This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 15, Autumn 2009. Stephan Hurford follows Catrin Rednap's analysis of bilingualism in Welsh schools with a presentation of the advantages of going through such a system. It is available as PDF download
- The development of professional staff : lessons from the Scottish Teacher Induction Scheme
- This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 15, autumn 2009. Tom Hamilton looks at the experience of the application of the Scottish standards for teacher education and considers their relevance within the Further and Higher Education sectors. It is presented as a PDF download of 3 pages