The Future of Teaching: Where Should Policy Go Next?
|Starts:||17:00 17 Jun 2014|
|Ends:||18:30 17 Jun 2014|
|What is it:||Evening event|
|Organiser:||School of Environment, Education and Development|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Primary schools, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public, Post 16, Secondary schools|
|Speaker:||Nick Bent, Ian Fenn, Professor Meg Maguire, John McNerney, Professor Ian Stronach|
The Coalition government has radically transformed teacher education in England. Schools are now in the forefront of teacher training. More learning is ‘on-the-job’. Increasing numbers of teachers are unqualified and various schemes encourage fast tracks into teaching from other jobs and professions. Labour has recently proposed its own response – a teacher licensing scheme – while some leading educators are calling for a Royal College of Teaching. Meanwhile, experienced teachers are leaving the profession citing increasing workloads,stress, and bureaucracy.
Whatever the political colour of the next government, what should its policies for the teaching profession look like? How should teachers be recruited, trained, supported and rewarded and regulated?
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SHAPE THE DEBATE.
Sandwiches from 4.30, drinks reception afterwards.
Organisation: The Tutor Trust
Organisation: Burnage Academy for Boys, Manchester
Professor Meg Maguire
Organisation: Kings College London
Organisation: St Peter’s RC High School, Manchester
Professor Ian Stronach
Organisation: University of Manchester
Travel and Contact Information
MANDEC (The Manchester Dental Education Centre)
Located on the top floor of the Dental Hospital, Bridgeford Street, University of Manchester campus