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by Peter McKenzie,Philip Mitchell,Paul Oliver

  • Author: Peter McKenzie,Philip Mitchell,Paul Oliver
  • ISBN: 1857422791
  • ISBN13: 978-1857422795
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Arena; First Edition edition (July 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 165
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Competence and Accountability in Education (Monitoring Change in Education, Vol 1) ePub download

by Peter McKenzie, Philip Mitchell, Paul Oliver. ISBN 9781857422795 (978-1-85742-279-5) Hardcover, Arena, 1995.

by Peter McKenzie, Philip Mitchell, Paul Oliver.

Monitoring Change in Education. Contents: The concept of lifelong learning, Paul Oliver Degrees of adult participation: lifelong learning in European universities, Barbara Merrill Lifelong (l)earning and a new age at work, Richar. More). Competence-based education, David Brady achieving consistency in NVQ assessment, Christine Johnson TDLB units - threat or improvement?, David Neve aspects of competence in a nursing context, Joh.

Burke, Joseph . ed. 2004. Balancing public, academic and market demands. San Francisco: Wiley.

Monitoring and assessing institutional performance in higher education. Journal of Higher Education 71 (4): 411–431. Behn, Richard D. 2003. Burke, Joseph .

Modern pre-school education together with the whole educational system face the period of constant changes, in which new . The survey of pre-school teacher mentors. Factorial analysis of mentor competences structural factors.

Modern pre-school education together with the whole educational system face the period of constant changes, in which new needs of novices, universities and educational institutions arise. It is extremely important to train such pre-school teachers who can successfully get involved into children educational system and to contribute to faster changes of pre-school educational practice. Purpose of Study - to construct and empirically ground the competences of educative mentor, fostering change in the early childhood education.

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Academic journal article Education. The quality of teacher education programs cannot be legislated

Academic journal article Education. Academic journal article Education. The quality of teacher education programs cannot be legislated. Benchmarks may be established, course curricula may be mandated, and faculty qualifications may be scrutinized.

Paul T. Hill is coauthor (with Mary Beth Celio) of Fixing Urban Schools (Brookings, 1998) and (with Christing . Robin J. Lake is associate director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington. Hill is coauthor (with Mary Beth Celio) of Fixing Urban Schools (Brookings, 1998) and (with Christing Campbell and James Harvey) of It Takes a City (Brookings, 2000). Mary Beth Celio is a statistical consultant to the University of Washington's Center on Re-Inventing Public Education

Competence & Accountability in Education focuses upon two concepts which have occupied a central position in curriculum development and delivery across a number of sectors of education.In a world of apparently diminishing resources, there have been consistent calls for more effectiveness and efficiency in education, and there can be no question that those involved in education will face calls for increased accountability.Meanwhile, the competence 'movement' has stressed the idea that education and training should be primarily concerned with achieving measurable outcomes, particularly those which have credence in the workplace. Opponents suggest that this is often to the detriment of the knowledge and understanding normally regarded as crucial to competent performance, yet it is likely that this kind of measurement will increasingly become an index of accountability.The chapters in this volume examine these concepts in a variety of contexts, ranging from school-based teacher training to the assessment of NVQs, and from recent government legislation to the Smithers Report.
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