ITT in LLS - Comparative study

Initial Teacher Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector: a Comparative study of University and awarding body programmes.

Project Lead: Martyn Walker, University of Huddersfield

Project Objectives:

  • To compare university-validated ITT programmes with those of similar programmes offered by other awarding bodies
  • To explore stakeholder perceptions of different ITT programmes within a range of organisations in the LLS, including FE colleges, work-based learning and adult and community learning provision
  • To consider the impact of university-validated and awarding body programmes: for teachers, teacher educators, and students working and studying in the LLS

Update: The practitioner – researcher has now carried out three of the four  centres selected for the research. The fourth and final one has been contacted and a date is yet to be confirmed (Local Authority). Translations for two of the three completed research sites have been completed and returned to us while the translator is processing the third set of interviews. To date we are still on schedule as we have planned to have all raw data with us by the end of term.

Last updated Thursday 22 March 2012
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