Resources: Further education

6 resources found for "Further education"
Action research within east London post-compulsory provision
This is an attempt to disseminate the methodologies and outcomes of a piece of practitioner-based action research which was conducted at Newham Sixth Form College (‘NewVIc’) in the Plaistow area of east London. It was written by Warren Kidd and published by ESCalate. In order to best advance levels of teaching and learning, and to encourage innovation in the classroom, the college launched a peer-led coaching project. The action research...
Dual identities : enhancing the in-service teacher-trainee experience in further education
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 project's 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...
FE teachers perceptions of initial teacher training and implications for the teacher training curriculum
Reports of a project looking at practitioners' views of ITT in FE, with a resulting suggestion for a core curriculum
HE in FE
This resource details the work of ESCalate in supporting the delivery of Higher Education courses / content in Further Education. About 10% of all HE delivery takes place in FE settings. ESCalate is working to expand its support for FE colleagues delivering HE programmes. They do this by disseminating resources for staff new to teaching HE in the FE sector, offering ideas, network links and event information, asking for comments, suggestions and...
Scholarly activity undertaken in HE in FE
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 14, summer 2009 by Madeline King and John Widdowson. This article looks at provision given in FECs (Further Education colleges) for Higher Education programmes and looks forward to new initiatives
The origins of the CETTnet practitioner network
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Diane Thurston wanted to enable practitioners in the lifelong learning sector to research more into their own working contexts - she accessed ESCalate funding in order to do this and explains here how the CETTnet Research Network came about