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Ashton Sixth Form College

Darnton Road

Ashton-under-Lyne

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Learning and Skills Research Network (LSRN) for post 16/further education staff and Teacher Educators in Lifelong Learning (TELL) JOINT event. You are welcome to attend the full day or part of the day.

Joint event details:

Wednesday 26th June 2019

11am-4pm if attending full day or book a half day.

Programme:

11am -1pm Teacher Educator focus

Dr Jim Crawley, Teaching Fellow, Senior Lecturer - Education Studies Institute for Education, Bath Spa University: Teacher Education Policy - Where are we now and where are we going?

Heather Booth-Martin, EdD candidate at University of Huddersfield and Teacher Education lecturer at both Craven College and Shipley College. “Crossing boundaries: Learning to teach in Further Education. An action research study of how Further Education teacher educators use modelling to teach values”.

Sandra Murray, Lecturer in Education and PhD candidate at Staffordshire University. First Class degrees = First Class teachers? An exploration of teacher subject qualifications in outstanding FE and Secondary teachers

Opportunity for discussion following each presentation.

1-2 Lunch for those who are here for the full day

2pm – 4pm Practitioner Enquiry focus for Teachers and Lecturers

Dr Jim Crawley: Practitioner Enquiry, why do it? Researching from within.

Rachel Allen, Senior Tutor at Ashton Sixth Form College and PhD candidate at University of Huddersfield. Research into level 2 students' responses to college discipline procedures.

Charlene Page, Teaching and Learning Mentor at Ashton Sixth Form College. "Can the introduction post observation feedback enhance its value and quality?"

Presentation by colleagues from Reaseheath College.

3 min thesis activity and networking and supporting completion / progress of action research.

CONTACT jmf@asfc.ac.uk or @jfletchersaxon (Further details about presenters will be added as confirmed).

IF SHOWING AS FULL - PLEASE EMAIL

About LSRN

https://lsrn.wordpress.com/2018/09/28/welcome-to-the-learning-and-skills-research-network-2/

The Learning and Skills Network is an open network enabling people interested in research and the use of evidence to share ideas and work together. Convenors organise events in the regions and a National Planning Group does the same nationally. LSRN aims to help people, in going about their professional practice, engage with research and development. It does this by demonstrating the value of research and development, helping build the capacity of the sector, exploring ways of increasing the influence of findings. The aim and purposes have remained steady since the Network began in 1997.

About LSRN in Greater Manchester:

Ashton Sixth Form College has become the area’s Learning and Skills Research Network (LSRN) base. The college orgsanises at last three events a year for those with an interest in practitioner enquiry in further education. It is open to all Further Education/Sixth Form/Adult and Community/Alternative Provision/Training Provider staff. This is a space where you can network with others engaged in practitioner research, get the support of colleagues, develop your skills as a practitioner researcher and hear from academics.

About TELL:

http://teachereducator.org.uk/tell

The Teacher Education in Lifelong Learning (TELL) Research Network, much like LSRN, is also a free to join network. Originally its focus was with the work of teacher educators. TELL aims to enhance practice in teacher education for the post compulsory sectors across the UK, to highlight and promote the achievements of LL teacher education, to ensure teacher educators have opportunities to engage in the network, to support and promote innovation and development in LL teacher education, to contribute to building research capacity, to become a trusted and authoritative voice for the interests and aspirations of LL teacher education, to connect LL teacher educators across, to contribute to policy development and implementation in the field of Teacher Education and to curate, collate and disseminate LL Teacher education research, history, information, events and activities across the UK.


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