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TDA 14-19 Diploma ITT Strand 2 - "With Experience" Programme Evaluation Of 2008-09 Provision

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  • 1. 14-19 Diploma ITT Strand 2 “with experience” programme Evaluation of 2008/09 provision
  • 2. Context
    • Introduction of Diplomas as part of 14-19 curriculum reform
    • Three strands of Diploma initial teacher training
    • Strand 1 – all trainees
    • Strand 2 – enhancement to training
    • Strand 3 – training to teach Diplomas
    • Involvement of HEIs, SCITTs and EBITTs
  • 3. Headlines from providers
    • Positive about impact on trainees
    • Liked the model
    • Improved recruitment
    • Enhanced staff development
    • Increased collaboration
    • One main barrier
  • 4. Selection of trainees
    • A range of practices
      • Open to all or some trainees
      • Select early or later
      • Criteria for selection
  • 5. Delivery models
    • Autumn start and integrated through year
    • Intensive at end of ‘year’
  • 6. Delivery methods
    • Wide range
      • Lead inputs
      • Workshops
      • Trainee research
      • Visiting speakers
      • Simulated environments
      • Shadowing
      • Peer presentations
  • 7. Experience placements
    • Industry
      • successful overall
    • School & college
      • less successful
    • Barriers
      • Too few school placements and schools’ reluctance
      • Too few Diploma students
      • Timing of principal learning
      • Lack of information about which schools running particular Diplomas
  • 8. Trainees’ demonstration of achievement
    • Most common practices
      • Presentations to peers, tutors and other audiences
      • Portfolios and files of trainee observations and reflections
        • e-portfolio
      • Assignments and tasks tailored to Strand 2 experience
      • Audit often linking subject and diploma
      • End of course evaluations
  • 9. Impact on trainees
    • Achievement of most expected outcomes
      • Weaknesses
        • Assessing work-related learning
        • Teaching in a work-related environment
        • Tracking and monitoring of Strand 2 experience
    • Additional benefits
      • Understanding of breadth and range of education
      • Increased cross-curricular understanding
      • Increased employability
      • Diploma enthusiasts and advocates
  • 10. Some emerging issues
    • Responsibility for strand 2 may be limited to a single ‘enthusiast’
    • Programme quality susceptible to staff changes
    • Some misinterpretation of strand 2 requirements
    • Insufficient planning for increasing capacity as numbers increase
    • Lack of clear guide lines on what constitutes an effective school or industry placement
  • 11. Careers Related Information, Advice and Guidance
    • Leaflet and more detailed briefing on careers related IAG for trainees in ITT - available today and online from TTRB – www.ttrb.ac.uk
    • Range of CPD IAG resources for teachers. These resources:
      • clarify the 14-19 reforms
      • identify sources of specialist IAG
      • identify ways to embed IAG in subject delivery
      • Available from www.tda.gov.uk /iag
    • What more can TDA do to help you prepare trainee teachers provide impartial IAG? Please let us have your views today or email us at IAG@tda.gov.uk