The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA) Learning Website
This is a whole section of the EBEA website and provides recommendations for approaches to teaching different aspects of the business, economics and enterprise curriculum. It also provides exemplar lesson plans with rationales, suggestions for further reading, revision strategies and website links. The lessons, which are supported with an article entitled 'Why teach this way?', are particularly designed to help the development process.
Survey of Musical Futures
Musical Futures was a three year project, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, which explored different ways in which informal learning practices and pedagogies could be applied within music education. The project built on the work on Professor Lucy Green in her recent publications (Green 2001, 2008). This survey establishes analyses the impact of the project across secondary schools from teachers’ and pupils’ perspectives. The survey provides an informative insight into the success and fai
Teachers TV Creativity Week
During the week commencing 11 May, Teachers TV has a week of programmes celebrating creativity in schools in all its forms, from teaching and learning of the expressive arts to creative approaches to a range of subjects and whole school issues.
Assessing Quality in Applied and Practice-based Educational Research
This ‘Framework for Discussion’ originated from an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded project whose remit was to examine in a critical and informed fashion the different definitions of and approaches to applied and practice-based research. The authors seek to clarify the concepts and models currently employed in order to enable a review of recent governmental and other initiatives which recognise the value of applied and practice based research. The primary motivation is to a
Teachers TV Making Learning Fun Week
As the end of the school year approaches, Teachers TV has a week of programmes (w/c 06 July) providing fun ideas to make learning enjoyable and rewarding – including ideas for lessons, outdoor learning, school clubs and whole-school projects.
GTIP: Global Citizenship Education
Extracts from a GA 'Theory into Practice' publication, which demonstrates that geography and citizenship have complementary aims. It looks in detail at the classroom strategies used by teachers who have successfully taught citizenship through geography: most significantly through participatory, enquiry based approaches.
An Investigation of Personalised Learning Approaches used by Schools
This resource is a 2007 research report, undertaken by researchers from the University of Sussex, the University of Cambridge, and the London Institute of Education. The report was commissioned by the then DfES to investigate the approaches to personalised learning used by schools in England. The resource consists of an analysis of the current literature, an introduction to the methodological process, a survey of primary, secondary and special schools and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs), an analysis
Teachers TV Progress in Maths Week
Teachers TV has a week of programmes (w/c 2 November) featuring ideas for innovative approaches to improving the teaching and learning of maths at primary and secondary level, with an emphasis on ensuring pupil progress.
Teachers TV Anti-Bullying Week
This week, 16-20 November, and to coincide with National Anti-Bullying Week, Teachers TV is focussing a week of programmes to explore different approaches to anti-bullying in schools.
Being the best for our children: Releasing talent for teaching and learning
This is an information-giving document dated March 2008 from the Department of Children, Schools and Families. It presents the Government’s planned approaches towards developing the workforce in schools.
Equally prepared for life? How 15-year old boys and girls perform in school
This report uses data from the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) to explore gender differences in educational experiences. Student background, attitudes and characteristics are all seen to influence performance. Despite the fact that girls tend to outperform boys in school, boys are more likely to go on to earn more and hold positions of political and economic power. The authors argue that, if government policies are to aim for parity, education could be key. The rep
Evaluation of the Making Good Progress Pilot
The resource is the final evaluation report of the Making Good Progress Pilot. Commissioned by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF), the pilot was launched in June 2007 to respond to the continuing challenge of raising educational achievement. This is an independent evaluation completed by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP which reports on the two year project and assesses the effectiveness of the approaches used by the participating Local Authorities in raising attainment.
International perspectives on quality in initial teacher education: An exploratory review of selecte
The resource is an information document, written by the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre (EPPI-Centre), part of the Social Science Research Unit at the Institute of Education, University of London. The document presents an international overview of existing literature on the regulation and provision of initial teacher education (deriving mostly from three countries: the UK, USA and Australia), and detailing a comparative assessment of different approaches in
The Rhetoric of ICT and the New Language of Learning: a critical analysis of the use of ICT in the c
This academic paper, published in the European Educational Research Journal, is a study of how information and communication technologies (ICT) are perceived in educational settings. It seeks to establish a critical link between the political rhetoric of ICT within the Norwegian education system and what the authors refer to as a new 'language of learning' that ICT can help to facilitate.
ALPS Competency in Practice Assessment (CIPA) Tool
One of the key aims of ALPS is to improve the assessment of competence in practice across 16 professions, increasing the confidence of new graduates and their employers. The CIPA tool has been developed to establish measures of new graduate confidence in their ability across a number of areas of professional competence. Initially it is being piloted as a self-rating tool with new graduates with the intention of extending its use by employers of new graduates. The tool offers a way of establishin
Equality in an Era of Responsibility
John Roemer, Professor of Political Science and Economics at Yale University, explores the historical formulations of responsibility in egalitarian theory, and argues for a more direct and non-contractarian approach to its integration.
Deporte y Acción Tutorial (2015)
“No se puede enseñar nada a un hombre…sólo se le puede ayudar a encontrar la respuesta dentro de sí mismo” (Galileo Galilei). La finalidad general de la asignatura es la de entender la acción tutorial como un elemento fundamental de guía para el alumno, deportista, practicante de actividad física, etc. La tutoría es una parte central en los procesos de toma de decisiones y de enseñanza y aprendizaje. Por otro lado, es clave para conseguir un pensamiento racional, tomando como base
Juan Gris's The Man at the Café
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Two Birds with One Stone: A Rabies Virus-based Vaccine against Filoviruses
The identification of vaccination strategies to combat filovirus infections remains an important pursuit. The use of an established, safe vaccine platform based on rabies virus (RABV) may simplify the development and application of a vaccine that protects against different diseases like Ebola and rabies. The presentation will give an update on the development of the RABV-EBOV vaccine but also present an overview on the importance of rabies, which is a neglected infectious disease claiming more t
2014 Mead Film "Vultures of Tibet" Trailer
This deeply affecting film illustrates the ideological issues facing modern Tibet through the sacred funeral tradition of Sky Burial, in which Tibetans ritually feed their dead to wild Griffon Vultures. Rampant commercialization of culture has led to visitors photographing and filming private ceremonies against families’ wishes; a portrait emerges of a country caught in the crossfire of tradition and tourism. Screening: Friday October 24, 9:30PM (Kaufmann) Length: 21 min Director: Russell Bus