Handbook for Educational Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2020/21

Handbook for Educational Professionals: The Bristol Guide 2020/21

Author: UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL, School of Education

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529223729

Category: Education

Page: 116

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The guide is an essential resource for trainee teachers working towards the Teachers’ Standards for qualified teacher status (QTS). It also helps newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and more experienced teachers have an 'understanding of, and always act within, the statutory frameworks which set out their professional duties and responsibilities' Teachers' Standards. Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) working towards HLTA status will find the guide invaluable in developing knowledge of how 'other frameworks that support the development and well-being of children and young people impact upon their practice' HTLA Professional Standards.

Handbook for Education – Bristol Guide 2021-2022

Handbook for Education – Bristol Guide 2021-2022

Author: UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL, School of Education

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529216462

Category: Education

Page: 225

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The guide is an essential resource for trainee teachers working towards the Teachers’ Standards for qualified teacher status (QTS). It also helps newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and more experienced teachers have an 'understanding of, and always act within, the statutory frameworks which set out their professional duties and responsibilities' Teachers' Standards. Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) working towards HLTA status will find the guide invaluable in developing knowledge of how 'other frameworks that support the development and well-being of children and young people impact upon their practice' HTLA Professional Standards.

Becoming a Teacher

Becoming a Teacher

Author: Alan Newland

Publisher: Crown House Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781785835827

Category: Education

Page: 384

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Accessible, readable and engaging, Becoming a Teacher draws on Alan Newland's decades of professional work and academic study in education to set out the key principles for developing and understanding the professional values essential to becoming a good teacher. The book features a constructive examination of the Teachers' Standards and shares a series of illustrative scenarios, exemplar strategies and practical resources that will equip trainee teachers with easy-to-understand but justifiable rationales to deal with a range of contentious and sensitive issues that they are likely to encounter during the course of their career. It also explores a series of searching questions relating to the philosophical nature of teaching, the definitions of legal, ethical and moral responsibility as a teacher, and what it means- objectively- to be professional. Becoming a Teacher therefore serves as a professional studies course reader for trainees and early career teachers, as well as a core text for tutors, lecturers, mentors and CPD leads delivering both the compulsory aspects of the ITT Core Content Framework for all qualified teacher status (QTS) courses and Early Career Framework CPD.

The Teachers’ Standards in Primary Schools

The Teachers’ Standards in Primary Schools

Author: Joy Carroll

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526465214

Category: Education

Page: 320

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Every primary school teacher needs to ensure that they meet the criteria set out in the Teachers’ Standards. However translating what this means in the classroom isn’t always easy, especially when you're starting out. This book directly looks at the standards, providing guidance on how professionalism can be demonstrated and evidenced in primary schools underpinned by practical examples. This second edition introduces two new features: - voices of experience spotlights which explore the perspectives of teachers, parents and other professionals - additional reading and resource suggestions that allow you to find out more about relevant topics. Little light bulb moments and practice examples have been updated to show you how to translate theory into practice, in the classroom and wider learning environments.

Handbook Integrated Care

Handbook Integrated Care

Author: Volker Amelung

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030692629

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1212

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This handbook shares profound insights into the main principles and concepts of integrated care. It offers a multi-disciplinary perspective with a focus on patient orientation, efficiency, and quality by applying widely recognized management approaches to the field of healthcare. The handbook also highlights international best practices and shows how integrated care can work in various health systems. In the majority of health systems around the world, the delivery of healthcare and social care is characterised by fragmentation and complexity. Consequently, much of the recent international discussion in the fields of health policy and health management has focused on the topic of integrated care. “Integrated” acknowledges the complexity of patients’ needs and aims to meet them by taking into account both health and social care aspects. Changing and improving processes in a coordinated way is at the heart of this approach. The second edition offers new chapters on people-centredness, complexity theories and evaluation methods, additional management tools and a wealth of experiences from different countries and localities. It is essential reading both for health policymakers seeking inspiration for legislation and for practitioners involved in the management of public health services who want to learn from good practice.

Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education

Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education

Author: Michael R.M. Ward

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788977159

Category: Education

Page: 552

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This updated second edition unpacks the discussions surrounding the finest qualitative methods used in contemporary educational research. Bringing together scholars from around the world, this Handbook offers sophisticated insights into the theories and disciplinary approaches to qualitative study and the processes of data collection, analysis and representation, offering fresh ideas to inspire and re-invigorate researchers in educational research.

The Practice Educator′s Handbook

The Practice Educator′s Handbook

Author: Sarah Williams

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781529755831

Category: Social Science

Page: 233

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Written specifically to support those undertaking practice educator awards that meet the staged requirements of the Practice Educator Professional Standards, this book will provide invaluable guidance and support to social workers who are new to a practice education role.

The Work-Based Learning Student Handbook

The Work-Based Learning Student Handbook

Author: Ruth Helyer

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781352011555

Category: Study Aids

Page: 271

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The third edition of the original full-length handbook which caters to the specific needs of work-based learners. Compiled by work-based learning experts, this hands-on guide helps new learners to successfully navigate academia and get the most out of their university experience. Chapters show students how to make the most of learning opportunities at university and at work, and how to move from individual to organisational learning. Real-life case studies, useful tips and reflective activities are embedded throughout to enrich students' learning experience. This is the essential companion for all students on work-based learning degrees and degree apprenticeships across a range of disciplines, including business and management, health and social care, law, sport and exercise science and tourism. It will also be an invaluable resource for work-based learning tutors, workplace supervisors and organisations with an interest in work-based learning. New to this Edition: - Contains two new research methods chapters on planning practitioner projects and undertaking projects at work - Features new material on workplace ethics

Handbook on Intelligent Techniques in the Educational Process

Handbook on Intelligent Techniques in the Educational Process

Author: Mirjana Ivanović

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031046629

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 392

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Education has a substantial impact and influences on almost all sectors in modern society. Different computer-supported educational systems have been developing for many decades to support and make easier teaching and learning processes on all levels of education. Influences of rapid development of Information Communication Technologies and other related disciplines on design and implementation of intelligent, sophisticated educational systems are evident. Nowadays intensive development and wide applications of Artificial Intelligent techniques significantly affect the development of intelligent tutoring systems, smart learning environments that incorporate virtual and augmented reality and robots. Artificial Intelligence has the potential to address some of the biggest challenges in education today, but also in the future in order to establish innovative teaching and learning practices facilitated by powerful educational datamining and learning analytics. This book presents a collection of 17 chapters that bring interesting aspects of the state-of-the-art of application of intelligent techniques in different educational processes and settings. We believe that the works presented in the book will be of great interest to readers and that will motivate them to try to enhance presented approaches and propose better and more advanced solutions.

A Handbook for Authentic Learning in Higher Education

A Handbook for Authentic Learning in Higher Education

Author: Andy Pitchford

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429512575

Category: Education

Page: 154

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An accessible resource to develop authentic learning and teaching in higher education, this book challenges conventional teaching practice and presents meaningful and impactful alternatives across disciplines that are research informed, student-centred and achievable. Bringing together a wide range of contemporary examples, this essential text shows how academics from an increasing range of disciplines and fields have shifted their attention away from the restrictions of campus-based education. Using engaging case study material, underpinned by cutting edge research, the text shares innovations from over 50 different institutions, offers practical advice on how to facilitate authentic learning in real world contexts and examines the range of alternative assessment techniques available to the contemporary teacher. A Handbook for Authentic Learning in Higher Education is ideal reading for early career academics exploring approaches to learning, established academics searching for practical guides to emergent pedagogies and all those responsible for leading teaching and learning practices within their department or institution.

The Wiley International Handbook of Mentoring

The Wiley International Handbook of Mentoring

Author: Beverly J. Irby

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119142935

Category: Education

Page: 640

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The first collection in the area of mentoring that applies theory to real-world practice, research, programs, and recommendations from an international perspective In today’s networked world society, mentoring is a crucial area for study that requires a deep international understanding for effective implementation. Despite the immense benefits of mentoring, current literature on this subject is surprisingly sparse. The Wiley International Handbook of Mentoring fills the need for a comprehensive volume of in-depth information on the different types of mentoring programs, effective mentoring practices, and emerging practical and applicable theories. Based on sound research methodologies, this unique text presents original essays by experts from over ten different countries, demonstrating the ways mentoring can make a difference in the workplace and in the classroom; these experts have an understanding of mentoring worldwide having worked in mentoring in over forty countries. Each of the Handbook’s four sections—mentoring paradigms, practices, programs, and possibilities—include a final synthesis chapter authored by the section editors that captures the essence of the lessons learned, applies a global context, and recommends research avenues for further exploration. This innovative volume demonstrates how mentoring in any culture can help employees to complete tasks and advance in their positions, aid in socialization and assimilation in various settings, provide diverse groups access to resources and information, navigate through personalities, politics, policies, and procedures, and much more. Offers an inclusive, international perspective that supports moving mentoring into a discipline of its own and lays a theoretical foundation for further research Shows how emerging practical theories can be implemented in actual programs and various scenarios Examines a wide range of contemporary paradigms, practices, and programs in the field of mentoring, including a panorama of introspections on mentoring from international scholars and practitioners Includes historical and epistemological content, background information and definitions, and overviews of fundamental aspects of mentoring The Wiley International Handbook of Mentoring is an essential volume for a global readership, particularly teachers of mentoring courses, trainers, and researchers and practitioners in a variety of fields such as business, education, government, politics, sciences, industry, or sports.

Challenges, Opportunities and Innovations in Social Work Field Education

Challenges, Opportunities and Innovations in Social Work Field Education

Author: Ronnie Egan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429843235

Category: Social Science

Page: 226

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This book collates and analyses the current research, debates, opportunities and practices in social work field education into one volume and contextualises this material within the broader context of social work. Current concerns about risk and uncertainty in field education are explored from multiple stakeholder perspectives. Social work field education is an integral component of social work education, yet its sustainability is increasingly challenged. Issue such as finding enough quality placements with accredited social workers, curriculum development, student diversity, and placement assessment of learning are being examined by researchers and practitioners alike. This represents a challenge for the social work profession generally. By drawing on traditional and alternative pedagogical perspectives on field education and constructions of risk and uncertainty evident in current discourse, the book presents innovative responses to existing challenges. Providing a reference point for future knowledge building in sustainable field education pedagogy and practice, this book will interest university field education programs and industry field educators internationally.