Education 16 - 19 Published in 1993, this book considers the needs of older
teenage students and the various forms of provision made for them. The 16-19
sector of education is a transition stage for students and a system in transition for
Author: Eric Macfarlane
Published in 1993, this book considers the needs of older teenage students and the various forms of provision made for them. The 16-19 sector of education is a transition stage for students and a system in transition for educators. At a time of rapid change the author assesses the significance of current trends and recent legislation for managers, teachers and lecturers in schools and colleges catering for this age group. Eric Macfarlane argues that the 16-19 sector provides both a microcosm and intensification of the tensions, divisions and conflicting aims and objectives present throughout the education system as a whole. He explores the differences that exist between the academic and vocational routes to qualification, between the comprehensive, selective and independent systems and between ‘traditional’ and ‘progressive’ approaches to the learning process. The ideologies and policies that have produced the present system are traced and the case for reform examined. Different management tasks in 16-19 education are considered, with emphasis on current changes in strategies and structures. The book highlights the distinctive features of the various types of institution that provide for students aged 16-19 and the ways in which these distinctions are becoming blurred. The final chapters consider the future of 16-19 provision and the particular impact of the 1992 Further and Higher Education Act.
Professionalism through Vocational Education and Traning Phil Hodkinson ...
Nash, I. (1993) 'UK set for training “disaster”,” Times Educational Supplement, 17
December 1993. ... (eds) (1992) 16–19 Changes in Education and Training.
Author: Phil Hodkinson
Publisher: A&C Black
Offers a range of related perspectives on competence issues, which should be of interest to policy-makers, practitioners, academics and researchers in the fields of teaching, social work, and youth and community work. The book includes comparisons with vocational education initiatives in Europe.
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA
This is a single source guide to articles appearing each year in all major black American journals, providing coverage of important literature in the field of black studies. Among the areas covered in each annual edition are women-related issues, literature, education, economics, discrimination, health care, music, dance, theatre and film. Interviews, obituaries and book and drama reviews are also included. Entries are arranged by subject and author in convenient dictionary format with extensive cross-referencing.
Waterhouse, A. (1993) 'Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What is the Fairest Scheme of
All? Reflections on the Induction Needs of Newly Qualified Teachers', British
Journal of Inservice Education, 19(1),pp. 16–22. Kinder, K. and Earley, P. (1993)
Author: Trevor Kerry
As the initial training of teachers becomes increasingly school-based, and as schools and colleges develop formal induction programmes for their newly qualified teachers, the role of the teacher mentor is fast becoming a pivotal one in teacher education. Individual sections look at mentoring as it relates to:- * Initial Training * Induction * Assessment * Whole institution staff development Throughout, the emphasis is on the ways in which mentoring contributes at all points in the continuum of professional development. Anyone involved in mentoring in any setting - from the primary school to the adult education college - will find this book indispensable as a guide to reflection and a spur to action.
They are: Aspects70 of Education in Germany: Design, Technology and
Engineering, 14–19 (1993) , Aspects of Fulltime ... language study, and breadth
that is sustained post-16; and the fact that careers in engineering are held in high
Author: David Phillips
Publisher: A&C Black
Over the past two hundred years German education policy and practice has attracted interest in England. Policy makers have used the 'German example' both to encourage change and development and to warn against certain courses of action. This monograph provides the first major analysis of the rich material from government reports (including work by Matthew Arnold), the press, travel accounts, memoirs, scholarly publications and the archives to uncover the nature of the English fascination with education in Germany, from 1800 to the end of the twentieth century. David Phillips traces this story and uses recent work in theories of educational policy 'borrowing' to analyze the reception of the German experience and its impact on the development of English education policy.
... 11 19 101 99 99 99 93 104 Jordan m m m 89 126 90 128 89 124 Malaysia 22
10 18 91 102 87 119 91 121 Paraguay 26 11 16 91 114 81 121 89 140 Peru 23
11 18 98 100 96 105 89 114 Philippines 25 12 16 94 108 94 114 89 122 Russian
Publisher: OECD Publishing
This report surveys teaching and learning conditions in 18 mainly developing countries - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Uruguay, the Russian Federation, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia and Zimbabwe - and OECD countries.