Education Journal Magazine: Volume 1, Edition 2

Huddleston, Grant and Collins, Tina and Bennett-Hartley, Mary and Bolton, Chris (2021) Education Journal Magazine: Volume 1, Edition 2. Birmingham City University.

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Developing Subject Knowledge for Secondary English teaching during a pandemic by Fiona Darby
Are teachers trained to deliver the kind of education needed for the twentyfirst century? by Joanne Hill and Simon Spencer
Reflections on preparing university staff for a non-judgemental, inquirybased model of peer observation: opportunities and challenges by Ilana Pressick, Kath MinettWaller, Joanne Thomas and Matt O’Leary
How prepared are primary pre-service teachers in delivering physical education as they approach their NQT Year? by Grant Huddleston
Evaluation of a Social Constructivist approach to education: How questioning, scaffolding and modelling can be used to address said misconception by Siobhan Taylor
Current Enquiry and Practice Classroom Behaviour: The relationship between self-efficacy and its impact on newly qualified teachers by Izaaz Varachhia
Tune-Up Tuesday: Re-valuing the role of arts in education by Dr. Chris Bolton and Adele Waites
The Problems with PEE-ing by Nina Matthews
‘Bringing Construction into the Classroom’ – A trainee teacher’s experience of developing the Construction and Built Environment programme at Halesowen College by Alexandra Roche
The Importance of Physical Education within the National Curriculum by Oliver Quinton
Individual Enquiry and Scholarship Tackling the issue of Race on pupil’s attainment and wellbeing by Faizah Mehmood
A critical analysis of the aims of the English Baccalaureate, and its implications for professional practice and student learning: a conference paper by David Weber
Being a Gay Male PE teacher: a biographical insight by Andrew Prestidge
How much do you really know about eating disorders? by Carolina Mountford
Too blessed to be stressed: What are the implications of work related stress on teacher retention? by Elise Jones
Be Wary Of Hattie’s Use Of Meta-Analyses And Effect Sizes by Nikki Booth
UK Education and the Covid-19 Pandemic 2020-21 by Megan Daly
From mathematician to all-rounder - an autoethnographic account of training to teach and evolving identities by Beth Garrett

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31 March 2021Published Online
Subjects: CAH22 - education and teaching > CAH22-01 - education and teaching > CAH22-01-01 - education
CAH22 - education and teaching > CAH22-01 - education and teaching > CAH22-01-02 - teacher training
Divisions: Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences > College of Education and Social Work
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Date Deposited: 06 Sep 2023 14:28
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