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    20071024 Presentation Brownlow Kbs Symposium 20071024 Presentation Brownlow Kbs Symposium Presentation Transcript

    • Linda Brownlow Co-director Centre for Studies in Enterprise, Career Development and Work ( Enterprising Careers )
    • Demography of Scotland
      • Size 78,782km²
      • Population 5,116,900
      • Density 70% in the Central Lowlands
    • Scottish Education - State schools
      • Comprehensive education system
        • primary ( ages 5-12) 382,783 pupils in 2,184 schools
        • secondary ( ages 12-18) 312,979 pupils in 381 schools
        • special schools 6,975 pupils in 190 schools
      • Compulsory until 16
    • Scottish Education - Independent schools
      • Fee charging
      • ‘ Private school’ ‘Public school’
      • Education 3-18 ( nursery, primary and secondary departments)
    • History
      • mid 80s – individual projects
      • 1990 onwards – materials / resources
      • 1997 – National Centre: Education for Work and Enterprise
      • 2001 – Schools Enterprise Programme
      • 2002 – Determined to Succeed ( Scottish Executive). Entitlement for all pupils.
    • Determined to Succeed (National Strategy for ages 5-18)
      • Enterprising Teaching and Learning
      • Entrepreneurial Education
      • Work based / vocational learning for 14 years +
      • Appropriately focussed career education
    • Aims
      • To produce young people who can:
      • Take a more active and responsible role in society
      • Manage their own lives successfully
      • Develop their employability skills
    • Funding
      • Sustained and ring-fenced funding of £86m over 5 years to 2008
      • Private sector funding of £2m
      • Additional funding of £1m in 2007/8 to further develop business engagement
    • The Enterprising Approach
      • The context of learning is real
      • Sharing decision making responsibility
      • Working together roles / relationships
      • Learning is understood reflection
    • The Enterprising Teacher
      • How can I put this into a ‘real’ context for pupils?
      • How can I make my topic relevant?
      • How can I share responsibility with pupils?
      • How can internal / external partners enhance learning?
      • How can I build in formative assessment?
      • How can I assess impact and record progression?
    • What do we do? Linked to Recommendations
      • Initial Teacher Education modules
      • Continuing Professional Development
      • Postgraduate Courses
      • Publications
      • National events – conference etc
      • Research and evaluation
      • Working with partner organisations
    • One Day Courses Central location, local authority, school-based
      • Enterprising Ideas – primary and secondary
      • Enterprising School – primary and secondary
      • Enterprise Umbrella
      • Enterprising Learning Assistant
      • Excellence in Enterprise - evaluating
    • Comments from students
      • ‘ The experience illustrated the process much more clearly than any literature could’.
      • ‘ I never imagined the extent to which I would benefit individually as a person and professionally as a teacher’.
      • ‘ This made a huge difference to me in a way that nothing else has before’.
    • Comments from teachers
      • ‘ Helped greatly with planning, evaluating and was inspiring’.
      • ‘ I can now see the benefits of using an enterprising approach’.
      • ‘ Will now try to encourage more staff to use this approach’.
    • Publications
      • The Role of Parents and Families in Enterprise in Education
      • The Enterprising School
      • Enterprising Ideas for Secondary Schools
      • Enterprising Ideas for Primary Schools
      • Excellence in Enterprise
    • What do we do? Linked to Recommendations
      • Initial Teacher Education modules
      • Continuing Professional Development
      • Postgraduate Courses
      • Publications
      • National events – conference etc
      • Research and evaluation
      • Working with partner organisations
    • The Challenge
      • To use an enterprising approach that will prepare our young people to become independent and successful in their life and work challenges.
      • Be an enterprising teacher – the best you can be!
      • Good Luck!
      • www.strath.ac.uk/enterprisingcareers