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Innovative pedagogies: 'It's all about the shoes' - exploring the perspectives of others and ourselves in teacher education
This pedagogical approach aims to facilitate the development of professional empathy through exploring different perspectives. Our ‘walking in different shoes’ approach is drawn from years of experience and is appropriate ...
The Action – Reflection – Modelling (ARM) Pedagogical Approach for Teacher Education: a Malaysia-UK Project
This article presents the Action – Reflection – Modelling (ARM) pedagogical approach for teacher education developed during a Malaysia-UK collaborative project to construct a Bachelor of Education (Honours) degree programme ...
'Better Together' : Establishing an effective and sustainable (relational) peer coaching process for staff in the Higher Education Sector: an exploratory project
(University of Hertfordshire, 2013)
This report presents the findings from a small, qualitative project which aimed to explore strategies for establishing an effective and sustainable (relational) peer coaching process for staff working across the Higher ...
Discover – Deepen – Do : a 3D Pedagogical Approach for Developing Newly Qualified Teachers as Professional Learners
This article presents a strategy for teaching newly qualified teachers (NQTs) during their first year of teaching, developed by teacher educators from the University of Hertfordshire School of Education. The strategy ...
Leadership of uncertainty
(Open University Press, 2011)
The time we are living in has been described as ‘an age of uncertainty’ ( Barnett 2007: 136). While it has always been impossible to predict the future, it seems that the world is becoming more uncertain and this relates ...
Developing and listening to student voices through a student-staff research project
How can we listen to student voices in order to improve learning, teaching and the curriculum? If we, as members of staff, are to enable students to learn effectively we need to understand how they are engaging with their ...