Feedback

Comments

Black, P and Brown, B.M (2017) Comments. Next steps for the teaching workforce in Wales: initial teacher education, retention and continuing professional development. p. 63.

[img]
Preview
Text
9506.pdf - Published Version
All Rights Reserved.

Download (1MB) | Preview

Abstract

A supplementary article added to the briefing document as a reaction piece to the discussions held at the seminar. The article asks the Welsh government and Welsh schools to support ITE providers in England by requesting that NCTL and DfE do not penalise providers for supporting or encouraging trainees to teach in Wales.

Item Type: Other
Additional Information:

Delegates at this seminar considered the next steps for training and supporting the teaching workforce in Wales. It was timed to discuss progress so far following the announcement of a ‘New Deal’ for Teaching Professionals in Wales in March 2015 and the publication of Professor John Furlong’s Teaching Tomorrow’s Teachers report. It also came ahead of the introduction of a new National Curriculum for Wales and was timed to allow discussion about the impact that forthcoming changes will have on the teaching profession. Sessions focused on the delivery and content of initial teacher training, improving access to and quality of professional development for teachers and support staff - particularly around use of technology in the classroom - and developing a new generation of school leaders in Wales to address the impending retirement of a large number of current headteachers across the country.

Divisions: Institute for Education
Date Deposited: 26 Apr 2017 11:17
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2017 15:28
URI: http://researchspace.bathspa.ac.uk/id/eprint/9506
Request a change to this item or report an issue Request a change to this item or report an issue
Update item (repository staff only) Update item (repository staff only)