Presentation on theme: "Yorkshire and Humberside ITT Partnership Promotion ITT for the 21 st Century."— Presentation transcript:
Yorkshire and Humberside ITT Partnership Promotion ITT for the 21 st Century
ITT for the 21 st Century Nature of the Project Relevant Literature and Research – key themes Findings from the project (to date) - key themes Further research and development of the current project
ITT for the 21 st Century Aims and Purposes Identifying the extent to which partners in secondary PGCE ITT perceive current operational models/practice/systems and their underpinning principles to be appropriate for meeting the demands of ITT, initial CPD (i.e first three years) and teacher recruitment in the future. Identifying the ways in which current approaches/systems might be revised in order to accommodate current and future needs. Identifying the need/feasibility of a larger scale investigation – and resultant proposals for change.
Nature of the Project - Methodology Review of relevant literature Exploration of issues with HEI-based staff Exploration of issues with school-based staff Evaluation of the project
Relevant Literature and Research key themes – a context for the project Partnership, roles and responsibilities The HEI context Teacher Professionalism Influential voices
Findings from the project (to date) - key themes Partnerships and collaboration A regulatory framework – and inspection The profile of the teaching profession Nature of Training Subject knowledge and specialism
Further research and development of the current project Teaching as a profession Funding issues Models of professionalism and subject knowledge Partnerships and collaboration Flexible Routes in ITT PGCE, NQT and CPD relationships LEA perspectives on ITT The relationship between HEIs and LEAs School Governors, parents and pupils understandings of ITT and CPD The roles of ASTs, Training Schools and Specialist Schools