What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group Universities: volume 2 the case studies
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Canterbury Christ Church University; University of Chichester
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AbstractThe NICER project, What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group universities, sought to understand better how teacher education staff, partnership schools student teachers perceived their teacher education institutions and programmes including specific reference to the Institution’s Christian foundation. The data was collected between November 2016 and January 2018. The aims: To investigate why ITE trainees choose Christian foundation university teacher training programmes To investigate why schools choose Christian foundation universities as training programme partners To investigate what Christian foundation universities claim is particular to their Christian foundation, what is particularly or deeply Christian about their ITE provision To investigate what Christian foundation universities, ITE trainees and partnership schools claim about ITE trainees at the point of qualification, that is particular to the institutions’ Christian foundation. The National Institute of Christian Education Research at Canterbury Christ Church University led the research project. The project took place over two years with a pilot and qualitative phase and a quantitative phase.
CitationBowie, R., Casson, A., Hulbert, S., Benton, M., Holt, J., James, M., Jarvis, P., McGuire, L., Podesta, E. & Stone, G. (2018). What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group Universities: volume 2 the case studies. Research Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.
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