Teaching in Post-Compulsory Education: Learning, Skills and Standards

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Fred Fawbert
Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 376 pages
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This practical guide to the numerous diverse contexts within Further Education today provides a valuable resource for intending or experienced teachers, trainers and support workers within post-compulsory education who are working towards professional awards based on National Standards. It contains material on such key aspects of professional development as planning, delivering, assessing and evaluating teaching and learning. Information is also provided on such influential factors as the Common Inspection Framework, Ofsted, Learning and Skills Council and the Basic Skills Agency.

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Fred Fawbert retired after many years of managing a large Cert Ed/PGCE programme. Still teaching part-time, he is a Fellow of the Institute for Learning, UK, a member of the British Educational Research Association and the Managing Editor of tipcet.com, supporting teachers in the Lifelong Learning sector.

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