Resources: Practice education

11 resources found for "Practice education"
Adult and Community Learning in South Wales : a policy and practice perspective
This publication is part of the ESCalate discussions in education series by Danny Saunders, Lesley Hodgson and Cerys Furlong. It describes policy and practice around Adult and Community Learning (ACL) and the successes that can be achieved by universities when they engage fully with their communities as part of their ‘third mission’ of public service. It review the claims for educational, health and social benefits to individuals, universities...
Enabling practice learning in a context of scarce resources and competing claims
This is an ESCalate Hot Topic article produced by Jim Reid of the University of Huddersfield about practice based learning. Our programme, like many others focussed on work with children and young people, has a practice learning component that was increasingly complex to manage in part due to competing claims for placements from other programmes such as ITE, social work or youth work. A way had to be found to continue to offer practice learning...
Friday fry up event
This is an ESCalate Hot Topic grant awarded to Lynn Boyle of the University of Dundee to disseminate her work in bringing together colleagues in an informal lunch setting to share best practice on issues such as Web 2.0 and feedback on assessment
Learning dialogues
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 18, autumn 2010 by John Butcher of the University of Northampton. It reports on the third University of Northampton learning and teaching conference. The theme of the conference was to share ideas around the importance of learning dialogues in Higher Education
Oedolion a’r Gymuned yn Dysgu yn Ne Cymru: Persbectif Polisi ac Ar ferion
Yn y cyhoeddiad hwn disgrifiwn bolisi ac arferion yn ymwneud ag Oedolion a’r Gymuned yn Dysgu (OGD) a’r llwyddiannau y gall prifysgolion eu cyflawni wrth ymgysylltu’n llawn â’u cymunedau fel rhan o’u ‘trydedd cenhadaeth’ o wasanaeth cyhoeddus. Dechreuwn trwy adolygu’r honiadau ynglˆyn â buddion addysgol, iechyd a chymdeithasol i unigolion, prifysgolion a chymunedau lleol a defnyddiwn rai enghreifftiau astudiaeth achos o’r prosiect GATES ym...
Placement Plus Report
This is a report of an event at Lancaster on July 11th 2008 where students from various universities came to speak about their experiences on alternative placements on the 4 year QTS Primary degree. This is a record of that day and it gives plenty of food for thought for teacher educators across the sector regarding the huge benefits of these types of placements for student teachers. Topics covered include: using a kinaesthetic approach involving...
Placement Plus video links
This is a series of videos that report of an event at Lancaster on July 11th 2008 where students from various universities came to speak about their experiences on alternative placements on the 4 year QTS Primary degree. This is a record of that day and it gives plenty of food for thought for teacher educators across the sector regarding the huge benefits of these types of placements for student teachers. Topics covered include: using a...
Putting the I into Identity and other stories
This publication reports on the work of HELP CETL Award Holders who have undertaken research projects and/or continuing professional development activities to support the teaching and learning of HE in FE. Award Holders who had completed these activities between 2005 and 2008 were invited to participate in a writing group to reflect on their experiences. Between July 2008 and March 2009 the Award Holders attended a planning event, writing...
Suggestions for good practice in ITE assessment
These two documents 'Engaging students with feedback' and 'Assessment for learning' - are ideas from colleagues, collected at the ESCalate assessment seminar at the University of Gloucestershire on April 17th 2008. They are bullet point lists of suggestions on a range of assessment issues such as formal / informal assessment, linking theory and practice, use of self-assessment and group / cohort feedback mechanisms
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
Theory into practice for Early Years professionals at Anglia Ruskin University
In this article Geraldine Davis of Anglia Ruskin University describes their new programmes matched to workforce needs, that allow students to translate theory into professional practice. The programme is dynamic and students and employers have a say in the development and delivery of the various modules. These are used in foundation degrees, masters' degrees and on professional development courses. Examples of some of the modules, including...