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The present teacher education and training environment in England is characterised by schools and university partnerships and school-based only frameworks. There are however an increasing body of 'independent' teacher education providers. Out of this 'new' thinking has emerged labels and entities such as School Direct, Teach First, Troops to Teachers and School-Centred Initial Teacher Training. This occurrence suggests that increasingly, research in teacher education a
I always looked forward to being asked to supervise trainee teachers during my teaching career. This was because it forced me to look at my teaching. With the constant pressure of the job, I, like many others in the profession, sometimes went back to the old chalk and talk types lessons far too often. The arrival of the trainee teacher reminded me of all the different pedagogue/teaching strategies I could use to stimulate my students' learning. So I would look at ways
Some teachers regularly lift students' test scores, while others leave their students with below-average results year after year. This can happen right next door from each other; same grade, same building. Results from dozens of studies point to the same most significant factor-a good teacher is the single greatest influence on a student's chance at success.
If you lined up 100 teachers and asked for their Top 10 Most Effective Teaching Methods, you'd probably get 100 different lists. Here's this retired math teacher's tried and proven list.
Making good eLearning courses is a developing art. A funny quiz can energize almost any content and produce powerful new understanding for your learners. Integrating funny quizzes into eLearning course is an easy way to capture the attention of learners and make your course memorable.
In considering schools, we need to value the fact that they are not on the regular platform of making and delivering goods or services to the public and hence are very far away from commonly used concepts of handling the supply and demand continuum. Schools, on the other hand, are service-oriented organizations that endeavor to provide a basic platform to the students to encourage them to grow towards the direction of success and excellence.