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Masters provision for teachers – the next three years<br />Lyndsey Callion<br />
What does a Master in Teaching and Learning look like? <br />Differentiation has reached the PGCE what are the implication...
Michael Gove on improving teaching…<br /><ul><li>Reform teacher recruitment to get the best quality teachers into the prof...
Reform teacher training to get trainees out of college and into the classroom
Enable heads to train teachers in their own schools
Expand Teach First and Teaching Leaders and Future Leaders</li></ul>Speech to the National College www.nationalcollege.org...
1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />
1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1963 Bachelor of Education<br />
1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1972 <br />Post Graduate Certificate in Education<br />1963 Bachelor of ...
1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1972 <br />Post Graduate Certificate in Education<br />1983<br />Council...
1994 Teacher Training Authority <br />1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1983<br />Council for the Accredit...
Leads to better teaching and better learning and a positive impact on standards. (Ofsted)<br />M Level Study – what’s it a...
Postgraduate <br />Professional <br />Development<br />Soulsby and Swain (2003) reported <br />“the most striking feature ...
><br />><br />><br />Cost<br />Access<br />Barriers<br />Time<br />><br />><br />><br />><br />Lack of school support<br /...
Setting professional standards and redefining what it means to be a professional teacher are at the forefront of education...
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Masters provision for teachers

  1. 1. Masters provision for teachers – the next three years<br />Lyndsey Callion<br />
  2. 2. What does a Master in Teaching and Learning look like? <br />Differentiation has reached the PGCE what are the implications...? <br />(Duncan Hawley, Swansea School of Education)<br />Fast-track teacher training fears <br />(BBC online 2009)<br />Masters of the classroom <br />(Guardian Supplement 2009)<br />Entitlement versus Elitist <br />(Cliff Jones, CPD Update) <br />
  3. 3. Michael Gove on improving teaching…<br /><ul><li>Reform teacher recruitment to get the best quality teachers into the profession
  4. 4. Reform teacher training to get trainees out of college and into the classroom
  5. 5. Enable heads to train teachers in their own schools
  6. 6. Expand Teach First and Teaching Leaders and Future Leaders</li></ul>Speech to the National College www.nationalcollege.org.uk/index/events/conference 2010 <br />
  7. 7. 1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />
  8. 8. 1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1963 Bachelor of Education<br />
  9. 9. 1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1972 <br />Post Graduate Certificate in Education<br />1963 Bachelor of Education<br />
  10. 10. 1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1972 <br />Post Graduate Certificate in Education<br />1983<br />Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education <br />1963 Bachelor of Education<br />
  11. 11. 1994 Teacher Training Authority <br />1947 <br />Area Training <br />Organisations<br />1983<br />Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education <br />1972 <br />Post Graduate Certificate in Education<br />1983<br />Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education <br />1963 Bachelor of Education<br />
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  13. 13. Leads to better teaching and better learning and a positive impact on standards. (Ofsted)<br />M Level Study – what’s it all about?<br />Helps develop teacher confidence and critical thinking skills<br />Rigorous and applicable to life in school.<br />Helps teachers specialise and make a positive contribution to school life.<br />Can lead to a sense of pride and achievement.<br />Widely recognised and demonstrates a commitment to CPD. <br />
  14. 14. Postgraduate <br />Professional <br />Development<br />Soulsby and Swain (2003) reported <br />“the most striking feature of the<br /> provision is the widespread <br />development of local and <br />sub-regional partnership arrangements’.<br />CUREE evaluation (2009) noted <br />“customer responsiveness emerged <br />as a strong theme in partnership working’. <br />
  15. 15. ><br />><br />><br />Cost<br />Access<br />Barriers<br />Time<br />><br />><br />><br />><br />Lack of school support<br />Personal insecurity<br />Lack of family support<br />Relevance<br />
  16. 16. Setting professional standards and redefining what it means to be a professional teacher are at the forefront of educational reform in most countries (Goodson and Hargreaves, 1996)<br />“Teachers with advanced degrees possess a deeper understanding of teaching, learning and human development.” <br />(McGuire, 2010 )<br />This system lacks quality control and too often encourages universities to offer quick, low quality graduate programs in order to attract those teachers who may be more interested in salary bumps than professional development. (Levine, 2010)<br />
  17. 17. Make teaching a higher status profession and more attractive as a career<br />The Masters in Teaching and Learning<br />A ‘step change’ in the world of professional learning for teachers<br />Integrated into professional standards for teachers. <br />Practice-based with support from a in-school coachand a Higher Education institution.<br />A structured approach to professional development.<br />Over the next ten years be open to all 440,000 teachers.<br />
  18. 18. ><br />><br />><br />Doesn’t burden either the individual or the school. <br />Engage in critical reflection and systematic enquiry.<br />Critically engage with, evaluate and apply research. <br />><br />><br />><br />Collaboration between schools, LAs and universities.<br />Teachers are behind it. <br />They support it.<br />Improves the quality of teaching to meet learner’s needs.<br />The next<br />three years<br />
  19. 19. What value do we place on Masters Level CPD?<br />Key question<br />

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