Presentation on theme: "What HEIs can bring to the party Peter Tymms Durham University."— Presentation transcript:
What HEIs can bring to the party Peter Tymms Durham University
Outline Comments from course leaders CPD including Masters, EdD and PhDs Linking research to the classroom Involving modern technology New initiatives, new ideas and new findings
David Waugh (PGCE primary) I think a crucial element of our training, which is not replicated where student teachers are dotted about in school-based providers, is the cohort. Our students work together; share common experiences; offer mutual support; learn from each other; share expertise; have friends etc.
Ros Roberts (PGCE secondary) I think that the support that our students get from dedicated staff (whose prime focus is on the ITE students, not on the pupils which is where school colleagues primary responsibility is) is another significant factor in the experience of the students and leads to their success.
CPD, Masters, EdDs and PhDs How much time is need to change ways of teaching? Joyce and Sowers; Adey and Hewitt Thirty hours
The Durham T&L Conference 1.Critical and philosophical approaches 2.Science and mathematics 3.Intercultural education 4.Psychological perspectives and issues 5.Technology Enhanced Learning 6.Arts, drama and music education, curriculum practice 7.Assessment, Evaluation and Effectiveness Richard Smith, Andrew Davies Lynn Newton, Ros Roberts, Anna Llewellyn Prue Holmes Joe Elliott, Julie Rattray, Jim Ridgway, Rosie Ridgway Alan Walker-Gleaves Sophie Ward, Martin Richardson, Don Salter, David Waugh, Karen Lowing, Helen Burns Rob Coe, Carole Torgerson, Kate Wall, Christine Merrell HappinessConstructivism Maths Science Gender Intercultural g Self-efficacy SEN Digital natives CreativityIdentity and culture Language Phonics Language Art & meta cognition SES Systematic Rs Pupils voice ADHD
Involving modern technology Enhanced classroom observation Real time coaching Computer adaptive assessments
Subject pedagogical knowledge Van Driel, J. H. and A. Berry (2012). "Teacher Professional Development Focusing on Pedagogical Content Knowledge." Educational Researcher 41(1): 26-28. Bausmith, J. M. and C. Barry (2011). "Revisiting Professional Learning Communities to Increase College Readiness: The Importance of Pedagogical Content Knowledge." Educational Researcher 40(4): 175-178. Shavelson, R. J. and P. Stern (1981). "Research on Teachers' Pedagogical Thoughts, Judgments, Decisions, and Behavior." Review of Educational Research 51(4): 455-498.
New initiatives, new ideas and new findings David Laws commissioned UCET report on the link between teacher education, research and closing the gap between rich and poor. The recent OECD paper http://www.oecd.org/edu/school/synergies-for- better-learning.htm#2 http://www.oecd.org/edu/school/synergies-for- better-learning.htm#2 Lauren Resnicks work (Accountable Talk) http://ifl.lrdc.pitt.edu/ifl/index.php/resources/as k_the_educator/lauren_resnick http://ifl.lrdc.pitt.edu/ifl/index.php/resources/as k_the_educator/lauren_resnick Eckhard Klime at DIPF
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