Resources: Teaching plans

5 resources found for "Teaching plans"
An investigation into the impact and effectiveness of beginning and early career primary teachers, trained on a work-based learning route, in the delivery of primary languages at Key Stage 2
This is an ESCalate project led by Vivienne Griffiths of Canterbury Christ Church University, looking at beginning and early career primary teachers, trained on a work-based learning route. The project will investigate the effectiveness of early career teachers trained on the Graduate Teacher Programme in delivering primary languages, and identify factors which affect language learning and teaching. Findings will help enhance primary language...
Bringing life to the material
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 11, summer 2008, by Doug Parkin, a Staff and Educational Development Manager at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He writes about the pitfalls and joys of being an educational programme assessor and the real pleasure of seeing a skilled teacher at work. He talks about assessing candidates on the Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching (PGCILT) introduced to support...
Developing early algebraic reasoning in primary classrooms : student and teacher perspectives
This is an ESCalate student grant awarded to Jodie Hunter of the University of Plymouth in 2009. Significant changes have been proposed for mathematics classrooms of the 21st century in order to meet the needs of a “knowledge society”. Both internationally and within the United Kingdom, the necessity to strengthen the teaching and learning of algebra has been recognised. Recent research (Kaput, 2008; Mason, 2008) advocates teaching number and...
Mental Health in Initial Teacher Education
Developing an understanding of emotional wellbeing and mental health is an essential component of initial teacher education – if learners are to be equipped both to support and nurture the mental health of pupils, and to enhance their own wellbeing and that of colleagues. With space in the curriculum at a premium, there is a need to consider how best this area of learning can be addressed. A number of initiatives have been developed to promote...
Seeing is believing
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 18, autumn 2010 by John McCullagh of Stranmillis University. Given the importance placed on reflective thinking within Initial Teacher Education (ITE) and the accessibility of digital video technology, this ESCalate funded research project set out to identify how video technology may support the development of student teachers