Chapter 6 Developing Reflective Practice: A Guide for Beginning Teachers. Deb McGregor and Lesley Cartwright (2011) ISBN 0780335242573
Research Conference Papers
- ‘The Grade One Trainee’ – what does it mean?
- Investigating the impact of creative and innovative training on teaching and learning
- Supporting Trainees to become reflective practitioners
- Thinking skills in Physical Education, the link between quality training and quality teaching
- Disability versus Ability - the importance of language in inclusive education
University of Wolverhampton Education Research Conference 2009
“Multi-skills” meets literacy skills: Collaboration over PEE, cold sports halls and lattes".
Abstract - The presentation outlines the outcomes of a peer observation exercise undertaken by two secondary colleagues. This is part of an ongoing project being undertaken by the secondary initial teacher training team to explore the benefits of peer observation, with a particular focus on establishing a shared understanding of the generic and subject-specific grade 1 criteria for trainees across the subject range. The project is embedded in the secondary partnership values framework which identifies the need to enable trainee teachers to achieve excellence within a standards/competence-driven model of assessment. Although the focus is secondary teacher training, the outcomes of the peer observation exercise have equal relevance for any colleagues, particularly those in primary teacher training and PCE.
Presenters - Dot Heslop and Mary Dunne
- Alternative Provision in Education Capita Conference, Guest Speaker on panel July 2015
- NCTL PRU ITE Toolkit PRU ITE Early Implementers Project, PRU National Conference, Sharing Best Practice July 2013
- Next steps for school exclusions and alternative provision, Guest Speaker July 2013
- ‘Making the Health and Wellbeing Jigsaw into a Whole School Picture’
Black Country Conference 29th January 2015 University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing - A conference for practitioners, educators, teachers, trainees, nurses and students from across the Faculty
Change4Life (C4L) Event for 120 Black Country pupils and teachers organised in conjunction with the conference to demonstrate best practice and share ideas
Market Place Stalls for Black Country Public Health, Youth Sports Trust, The Children’s University and the C4L Roadshow