AffiliationCentre for Education Research
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Other TitlesStrategies to improve the quality of initial teacher education for teachers in the education and training sector (further education and skills)
AbstractThis report details the Inquiring Teachers, Inquiring Learners project which was developed to support partner institutions to develop and apply a culture of action research within their organisation. The underlying principle of the project was professionalism and in particular the promotion and development of teachers’ professional identities and attitudes as the key to the enhancement of student learning, above all, a vision of the ‘inquiring teacher’. Inquiring teachers it is felt are more likely to develop inquiring learners. Teachers are best placed to know about their subjects and their learners’ needs within their local contexts. The project aimed to support partners of the School of Education to develop the skills and knowledge to define and undertake an action research project that would contribute to improving ITE within their context.
CitationNeary, S., Parker, G., Marriott, J., Hutchinson, J. and Scales, P. (2014). Inquiring Teachers, Inquiring Learners. Derby: International Centre for Guidance Studies. University of Derby
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