Beyond Subject Knowledge: How do trainee teachers in Design and Technology prove that they are `outstanding' in relation to the standards for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)?

D. Wooff, Dawne Bell, C. Hughes

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Abstract

The work presented here is based in the statutory requirements for the award of QTS for trainee teachers in the secondary education sector in England. Initially the resources discussed here have been trialed with Design and Technology trainees on a variety of Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses; PGCE, KS2/3 and B.Sc. (Hons.) programmes. Following successful implementation of the resources discussed here the resultant work has now been adopted across all phases and ITE programmes at Edge Hill University. The work presented goes some way will to also illustrate internal (to Edge Hill University) documentation and publications used by staff with trainees, that has been specifically designed to guide and support trainees in the production and collation of high quality evidence against the teaching standards.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jul 2011
EventDesign and Technology Association Education and International Research Conference - Keele University, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Apr 2011 → …

Conference

ConferenceDesign and Technology Association Education and International Research Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period1/04/11 → …

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    The Legacy of MTL, (Round Table Session)

    Bell, D., Wooff, D. & Hughes, C., 20 May 2011.

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    Wooff, D., Bell, D., & Hughes, C. (2011). Beyond Subject Knowledge: How do trainee teachers in Design and Technology prove that they are `outstanding' in relation to the standards for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)?. Poster session presented at Design and Technology Association Education and International Research Conference, United Kingdom. https://www.data.org.uk/