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Do I need an academic identity?
(Critical Publishing Ltd, 2014-10-15)
What pedagogical approach is needed in school-led training to develop outstanding teachers?
(Critical Publishing Ltd, 2014-10)
Being a teacher and a teacher educator – developing a new identity?
The shift towards school-led teacher education steered by the government in England challenges the ‘traditional’ model of experienced teachers leaving school and entering the higher education sector to become teacher ...
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 ...
Exploring flying faculty teaching experiences : motivations, challenges and opportunities
‘Flying faculty’ models of teaching represent an important aspect of the internationalisation agenda. As short-term sojourners, these overseas visits provide academics with disorientating dilemmas that can stimulate ...
Learning through projects : identifying opportunities for individual professional learning and development
This article is based on findings from the evaluation of a project established to enhance learning and teaching in higher education. This project took place within the University of Hertfordshire School of Education in ...
Developing Outstanding Practice in School-Based Teacher Education
(Critical Publishing Ltd, 2014)
This book is designed to help the growing group of school-based teacher educators and those based in higher education develop excellent professional practice across their institutions. The first part of the book provides ...
Workforce development and effective evaluation of projects
The success of a project or programme is typically determined in relation to outputs. However, there is a commitment among UK public services to spending public funds efficiently and on activities that provide the greatest ...
An exploration of the development of academic identity in a School of Education
This paper explores the complex processes involved in the self-construction of academic identity in a UK School of Education. Building on seminal literature in this field and drawing on the research of four academics, it ...
Discourses of ‘equivalence’ in HE and notions of student engagement : resisting the neoliberal university
There is no shortage of analysis of marketization and the theorizing of the student as consumer/customer and how this impacts on notions of student engagement. This compelling - but largely academic - analysis forms the ...