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  • 1. 2010 Scottish Teacher Education Committee Conference
    • Mary McLean
    • Theresa Campbell
    • (University of Glasgow)
    • Health & Wellbeing in Teacher Education
    • 26 April 2010
  • 2. Aims of the seminar
    • To present a model for supporting student teachers to contribute to the development of young peoples’ health & wellbeing
    • To outline the successes and challenges of the approaches taken by University of Glasgow for delivery of programmes in health & wellbeing in ITE and CPD
    • To highlight the central role of partnership in the development and delivery of the programmes
    • To share how we are doing so far and to glean how others are doing.
    • And all in 30 minutes!
  • 3.
    • Opportunities & Strengths
    • New curriculum, new structure, new possibilities
    • Provided focus for pooling of strengths & experience
    • Pro-activity meant management receptive to suggestions
    • Staff learning along with students
    • Continual access to school staff through Postgraduate Cert
    • Challenges & Weaknesses
    • Period of uncertainty and change in Faculty
    • Getting to grips with identity of H&W!
    • Limitations of funding & resources
    • Only one step ahead of students
    The Context
  • 4.
    • Pre-delivery
    • Identification of H&W coordinator
    • Formation of core planning team
    • Audit of provision across programmes
    • Negotiation of time with Programme Leaders
      • PGDE (Primary & Secondary), BEd Primary, BEd Music,
    • Awareness raising for colleagues
    The Approaches
  • 5.
    • Delivery - Programmes
      • PGDE (Primary & Secondary)
      • BEd Primary
      • BEd Music
      • Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Physical Education
      • Postgraduate Certificate in Expressive Arts
    The Approaches
  • 6.
    • Delivery – Programme Structure
    • Conference Days
      • H&W at the heart of a Curriculum for Excellence
      • Meeting the Challenges
    • Inputs from specific Faculty subject areas
      • Physical Education
      • Science
      • Religious and Moral Education
      • Drama
    The Approaches
  • 7.
    • Delivery – Programme Structure
    • Modelling and highlighting of approaches by all staff across programme
    • Integrated Inputs with focus on teaching & learning
    • Assessment tasks with scope for reflecting on H&W
    The Approaches
  • 8.
    • Feedback at this stage
    • Positive responses from students - but want more
    • Continued enthusiasm from colleagues to develop
    • Willingness of school partners and outside agencies to be involved
    The Approaches
  • 9.
    • Student Feedback
    • Keynotes and workshops very well received
    • Appreciated schools inputs in particular
    • Liked the format of the day and appreciated
    • level of organisation
    • Helpful suggestions for future
    The Approaches
  • 10.
    • Student Feedback
    • Keynotes and workshops very well received
    • Appreciated schools inputs in particular
    • Liked the format of the day and appreciated level of organisation
    • Helpful suggestions for future
    The Approaches Scottish Network for Able Pupils workshop – we were encouraged to share our experiences. I now feel more confident about this area of teaching and learning Alan McLean was excellent. Really enjoyed massage The session on dyslexia was really valuable. It was great to get an overview and to learn of sources of further information Grief and loss session was particularly helpful as it was fully related to classroom practice and offered real examples of how to deal with school issues Samba drumming – fantastic experience taking drums outside and playing in front of the building Work-life balance lecture was really helpful – we really needed to have those issues pointed out to us!
  • 11.
    • Student Feedback
    • Keynotes and workshops very well received
    • Appreciated schools inputs in particular
    • Liked the format of the day and appreciated level of organisation
    • Helpful suggestions for future
    The Approaches The HTs talks were excellent … good to hear from a HT point of view It was great to hear headteachers speaking. It was great to hear both primary and secondary points of view and how important they feel H&W is to the curriculum The Heads discussion … gave a good insight into a variety of topics from individuals working with the curricula in every day situations The talks from the headteachers were very motivating and helpful The headteacher’s talk was particularly good and a highlight of the day
  • 12.
    • Student Feedback
    • Keynotes and workshops very well received
    • Appreciated schools inputs in particular
    • Liked the format of the day and appreciated
    • level of organisation
    • Helpful suggestions for future
    The Approaches It was an excellent way to de-stress and finish the year Very useful day. These were very important issues. Small groups allowed for interaction. Knowing the programme a few weeks prior to the day and being able to book the courses on MOODLE was very good All of the sessions were very informative and I feel I can use the information and experiences gained from the conference in my future teaching career A good way to end the course with info to meet future challenges and a feelgood factor to top it off
  • 13.
    • Student Feedback
    • Keynotes and workshops very well received
    • Appreciated schools inputs in particular
    • Liked the format of the day and appreciated level of organisation
    • Helpful suggestions for future
    The Approaches More like this earlier and throughout the course please I would have liked to have done all of the morning workshops as they were all so relevant Excellent way to end the course – wish we could have had experienced more of this during the year. It would have been of benefit to have a teacher who had just completed their probation year for a Q&A session regarding the life/work balance during that year and to answer questions on what to expect This sort of day should be held at different points over the year.
  • 14.
    • Plans for Development
    • Re-audit colleagues
    • Ensure a strong location in revised BEd
    • Ensuring equal importance given to each of the 6 specific organisers
    • CPD roadshow
    The Approaches
  • 15.
    • Current
    • Faculty staff
    • Colleagues in schools
    • Local Authorities
    • Outside agencies
    • LTS
    • Students
    • To be forged
    • Local Authorities – NQT programmes
    • Colleagues in Higher Education
    Key Partnerships
  • 16.
    • We have presented our approach for scrutiny.
    • Are there similarities/ differences to approaches you have used?
    • What gems can you offer to help all of
    • us in this venture?
    Discussion