Introduction to our suite of Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes at Edge Hill University.
We are delighted to be able to offer a series of programmes, modules and themes for a variety of phases and age ranges, which provide a holistic approach to teacher development.
At the core of our programmes is a commitment to nurture teachers who have a heightened sense of the contexts in which they will work in the future, and equip them with the tools they will need to make a difference to children and young people’s lives and life chances.
There are three core pillars which are central to all our ITE provision at the different phases:
- Personal and professional attitudes, values and beliefs.
- Subject and curriculum knowledge.
- The craft of teaching and pedagogy.
Engagement with the themes below will enable the teachers of tomorrow to shape their own identities as informed and committed members of both academic and professional communities. We very much look forward to working with you and supporting you on that journey.
Initial Teacher Education pillars
|Personal and professional attitudes, values and beliefs:
|Subject and curriculum knowledge
|The craft of teaching and pedagogy
|Integrity, trust and respect
Social justice, political awareness,
regional/social context of teaching
Wellbeing, workload and mental health
Equality and diversity and inclusivity
Commitment to lifelong learning (for self
Personal and professional conduct
Safeguarding and safe working practices
Ecological justice, stewardship and
Commitment to the improvement of
everyday human life and wellbeing
|Foundations of educational philosophy
Child and adolescent development
Curriculum subject knowledge
Curriculum leadership, design and sequencing
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
|Research based practice
Planning and workload management
Behaviour and attitudes for learning
Notion of continuity and progression
Leadership and management
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