Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Hearts: Higher Education, The Arts And Schools An Experiment In Educating Teachers.
Download the summary. The current cohorts of student teachers have only studied under the national curriculum and have largely experienced teaching to pre-determined outcomes
Download the summary. HEARTS (Higher Education, the Arts and Schools) project was established with the intention of strengthening the arts element of initial training of primary school teachers. During the academic years 2004/6, six HEIs were given financial and practical support to introduce new programmes of arts work into their curricula. The current cohorts of student teachers have only studied under the national curriculum and have largely experienced teaching to pre-determined outcomes. They expressed some surprise and even delight that it is possible to enable pupils to explore and find their own creative outcomes.
working between education and other service providers. HEARTS: Higher Education, the Arts and Schools - an Experiment in Educating Teachers. Dick Downing, Emily Lamont. Extended schools and children’s centres have been referred to as key sites for this kind of integrated service delivery (DfES, 2004).
Author: ERIC Subject ERIC Archive, National Curriculum, Student Teachers, Higher Education, Teacher Education, Experiments, Colleges, Partnerships in Education, Foreign Countries, Downing, Dick, Lamont, Emily Year.
It was established in 2002 and is currently published by SAGE Publications. The journal is abstracted and indexed in the following databases: British Humanities Index.
Informationen zum Titel HEARTS: Higher Education, the Arts and Schools authors. Dick Downing Emily Lamont Mike Newby. new books · special offers · used books. Adult & Further Education, ART – General, Education – Professional Development, Teacher training, The arts – general issues.
Home education is becoming more and more popular. However, some people say it has a number of disadvantages. Some people are convinced that holidays, traditions and rituals play a very important role in education. Others don't find it necessary to observe traditions at school. Most parents send their sons and daughters to school, but some of them choose home education for their children for some reason or other. Instead of going to school children are educated by their parents or professional tutors. Thousands of families in the UK are now practising home-education. Personally, I think that home schooling is an excellent alternative to traditional education.
Author: Emily Lamont,Mike Newby,Dick Downing
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: NFER (National Foundation for Educational Research) (May 8, 2007)
Pages: 64 pages
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