Edge Hill’s Faculty of Education has recently hosted the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Picademy, with over 30 Computing teachers and trainees from across the North West visiting the campus to learn more about creative ways of teaching.
Working overseas is a fulfilling experience, and with opportunities to see the world and experience different cultures, teaching abroad has never been more popular.
Hundreds of Edge Hill University’s student teachers have gained vital knowledge and inspired some of tomorrow’s engineers and scientists by hosting STEM days for schools across all age groups. The student teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects hosted the special days for participant pupils from nursery (Key Stage 1) through to sixth […]
To help get that vital first foot on the employment ladder, more and more trainee teachers are undertaking enhancements during a hectic Further Education and Training PGCE year.
Eight new Secondary Computing PGCE students at Edge Hill University are amongst around 100 students nationally to benefit from scholarships funded by the Department for Education and managed by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.