Wider Professional Practice in Education and Training
- Sasha Pleasance - Teacher Education Lecturer in Further Education, UK
Higher Education | Lifelong Learning Sector (Teacher Training)
Developing an understanding of professional practice is essential for anyone training to teach in the further education and skills sector. This go-to guide will give you a clear understanding of the major topics covered in the mandatory Wider Professional Practice and Development unit of the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training, and more broadly explores the value of professionalism to all aspects of further education.
Key coverage includes:
· Understanding learners and attitudes to learning
· How to do action research
· Professional observation and development
· Making sense of education policy
· Teacher expectations
· Challenges to equality and diversity
· The inclusive curriculum
These topics are discussed within a wider political and socio-economic context, and are supported by insightful case studies and activities.
This is essential for anyone studying the Diploma in Education and Training, and recommended reading for related courses in the further education and skills sector.
Has some excellent reflective examples for the students to engage with on their PGCE and in professional practice.
This is an essential book and highly recommended. now well read
Trialled this book with a Yr 2 Diploma student who has found it invaluable in supporting and enhancing own research. For new teacher /trainers it illustrates both effective and practical ideas for undertaking Action Research.
This book is every bit as useful and engaging as you would hope. It is written with the needs of learners in mind, and approaches the topics covered in a way that draws you in to read more.
wide range of issues discussed in the text. Would be suitable for learners to access for any type of training or tutoring field.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1 - Understanding Learners in the Further Education Sector