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The 2007 Revised Standards for Qualified teacher Status: doubts, challenges and opportunities.
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|Title: ||The 2007 Revised Standards for Qualified teacher Status: doubts, challenges and opportunities.|
|Citation: ||FORUM, 50(1): 127-136.|
|Publisher: ||Didcot, Oxford: Symposium Journals|
|Issue Date: ||2008 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.wwwords.co.uk/pdf/validate.asp?j=forum&vol=50&issue=1&year=2007&article=14_Jackson_FORUM_50_1_web|
|Abstract: ||September 2007 saw the introduction of the new ‘Q’ standards for the award of Qualified Teacher Status. Drawing on a meeting of 140 primary and secondary school ITT tutors, this article sets out to record and discuss the teachers’ initial reactions to these new standards a few weeks before their introduction. The article shows classroom teachers have significant concerns about a significant minority of the standards and this indicates that HEIs and other ITT providers now have a challenging management of change agenda.|
|Keywords: ||Q standards|
|Appears in Collections: ||Education for Social Inclusion and Social Justice|
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