2 edition of Learning pays - the roleof post-compulsory education and training found in the catalog.
Learning pays - the roleof post-compulsory education and training
by Association of Colleges for Further and Higher Education in (s.l.)
Written in English
Title from cover.
|Statement||address by Sir Christopher Ball and David Bradshaw.|
|Contributions||Bradshaw, David, 1929-, Association of Colleges for Further and Higher Education. Summer Conference|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
Get this from a library! Teaching and training in post-compulsory education. [Andy Armitage;] -- Useful for both new and continuing teachers, this book examines post-compulsory education (PCE) from Adult and Further Education through to training in private and public industry and commerce. It. Average public spending on further education per student that stays on is around fifteen thousand pounds. However, since participation in post-compulsory education is positively correlated with parental income, there is a popular perception that public spending on post-compulsory education is a policy that particularly benefits the middle by: 2.
Post-Compulsory Education and Lifelong Learning across the United Kingdom brings together the perspectives of researchers, policy-makers and practitioners from across England, Wales and Scotland to produce a rich, up-to-date and highly textured source of evidence about this under-researched sector. The contributors analyse how each country's approach to national policy, organisation Cited by: 3. The PGCE PCET programme provides high quality initial teacher training for those wishing to teach in the Post- Compulsory Education and Training sector and wider. This module aligns with the Professional Standards for the PCET sector and follows your learning and teaching journey, leading and developing you towards becoming a professional.
Teaching and training in post-compulsory education. Armitage, Andy, ; Ebooks Corporation. Useful for both new and continuing teachers, this book examines post-compulsory education (PCE) from Adult and Further Education through to training in private and public industry and commerce. It explores key areas in PCE through topical discussion. 2. Contents. Executive summary 5 Section 1: Introduction 10 Policy context 10 Aims and objectives of the research 10 Methodology 11 Section 2: Overview of post-compulsory education 13 Summary by country 13 Section 3: Education systems 20 Summary by country 20 Flexibility 23 Provision to support low attainers 28 Role of government 33 Take up 38 Adult learning 42File Size: 1MB.
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"Learning pays - the roleof post-compulsory education and training": the Association of Colleges for Further and Higher Education: summer conference, 5 June. Post-compulsory education and training: do young people know what pays. This research looks at whether young people (aged 20) have an accurate picture of the impact of education and training on their future incomes and occupations.
Key Findings and Conclusions • In general, young people aged 20 appear overly optimistic about their future. It is of critical importance to a teacher education agenda for the incorporated post-compulsory sector that the inter-relationship between lecturer pedagogy, education policy and managerialist HRM strategies, is fully explored in order to question what Gore () calls the "regime of pedagogy", which assumes that such issues are unproblematic.
What is Post-Compulsory Education 1. In the UK, a generic term for the education al sectors covering students aged 16 and upwards: chiefly further education, higher education (universities), adult and community learning, and work-based learning.
I highly recommend Phil Race's, Making Learning Happen () to any academic or professional staff member working in post-compulsory education. It is a very accessible and practical resource offering a range of ideas, tools and checklists to /5(10).
Research in Post-Compulsory Education. Search in: Advanced search. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe The role of mentors in supporting the professional learning of lecturers in further education colleges in Scotland and Wales.
Gary Husband. Book Description. With an emphasis on developing higher-order learning skills, such as reflection, critical evaluation and action research, this book provides a comprehensive guide to contemporary and contextual issues within post-compulsory education.
This book: * Helps students fulfill Qualified Teacher in Further Education (QTFE) criteria. Teaching in Post-Compulsory Education is the definitive resource for all practitioners who are working towards awards for teaching (at Threshold, Associate, Cert Ed, PGCE or Diploma level). The post-compulsory sector has been renamed the Lifelong Learning sector since the first edition of this book, and the ideas and concepts covered have relevance to teachers of all students aged 14 and above.
The PGCE in Post Compulsory Education and Training (PCET) is a professional teacher education programme that will qualify you to teach in the post compulsory education and training sector. This course is designed for graduates with degrees from a wide range of subjects, including those not widely taught in secondary schools (such as Sport.
This practical guide to the numerous diverse contexts within Further Education today provides a valuable resource for intending or experienced teachers, trainers and support workers within post-compulsory education who are working towards professional awards based on National Standards.
It contains material on such key aspects of professional development as planning, delivering. Avis, James, Fisher, Roy and Simmons, Robin () Issues in post-compulsory education and training: critical perspectives.
University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. ISBN Metadata only available from this by: The third edition of this bestselling text examines the breadth of post-compulsory education (PCE) from Adult and Further Education through to training in private and public industry and commerce.
Revised and updated throughout to include recent initiatives and developments in the field, it is the definitive textbook on learning, teaching. Post-compulsory education and training: Transformism and the struggle for change Article in International Studies in Sociology of Education 17(3) September with Author: James Avis.
Post-compulsory education and training has become a much more flexible and ill-defined affair, achieving its goals for many through complex patterns of the seventh pedagogical mode: life-long learning.
Here, qualifications and part-qualifications need. Class, economism, individualisation and Post Compulsory Education and Training Original Citation A vis, James () Class, economism, individualisation and Post Compulsory Education andAuthor: James Avis.
This article provides an auto-ethnographic narrative to offer insights into my experience as a practitioner–researcher working in widening participation (WP) in post-compulsory education (PCE). It relates how I came to join the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) Practitioner Research Programme (PRP).
This book looks at the issues facing teachers and trainers currently working in the field of post compulsory education including questions of vocationalism, managerialism, professionalism, accountability, and educational research. Although aimed in part at raising awareness of such issues and the contrasting views which might be held it is intended that readers will use the book to develop an.
education and this report. Despite differences of opinion they may hold, what comes through loudly and clearly in all of these interactions is the high quality of people in the Welsh PCET system – in the institutions, government and agencies – their passionate and dedicated commitment to post-compulsory education and the students in it, and.
It is a consequence of two developments in the global economy and, more specifically, a consequence of the manufacturing and trading success of the new Asian economies The first is the disappearance of a youth labour market and the consequent increases in the numbers of full-time students in post-compulsory : Michael F.
Young. Adult education, as part of lifelong learning, (e.g. tuition fees, cost of books, other educational material, transportation, etc) should be covered by scholarship and Government Documents Drivers of Development in the Goldfields-Esperance Region and their implications for Post-Compulsory Education and Training.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).Ch. 1 Working in post-complusory education --Ch. 2 The post-compulsory teacher: learning and developing --Ch.
3 Student learning in post-compulsory education --Ch. 4 Teaching and the management of learning --Ch. 5 Resources for teaching and learning --Ch. 6 Assessment --Ch. 7 Exploring the curriculum --Ch. 8 Course design, development and.The use of smart technologies and social media by staff and students in and out of the classroom has implications for academic practice.
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