This concise and up-to-date guide to 14-19 education aims to demystify recent policy initiatives in the sector to help teachers and practitioners understand the rationale for the qualifications on offer and support them in their daily practice. Offering lots of additional guidance, it will help teachers to access the ongoing support that is available and develop their own professionalism.
A Teacher’s Guide to 14–19 Policy and Practice considers the types of knowledge needed to teach vocational education and offers a wealth of strategies for effective learning, teaching and assessment to ensure that all students achieve and progress. It also explores the ways that teachers can follow the Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) standards to develop employability in the classroom and help students gain the skills they will need to manage their personal lives and careers in the future. The four sections cover:
• The Political Environment in 14-19 Education
• Teaching and Learning in the 14-19 Sector
• Making 14-19 Work
• Going Further in 14-19 Education
Featuring case studies, practical tasks and reflective questions, this timely new text will be essential reading for all trainee and practising teachers and practitioners in the 14-19 sector.
Table of Contents
Section 1: The Political Environment of 14-19 Education 1. Policy context of 14-19 Education Section 2: teaching and Learning in the 14-19 Sector 2. Social and Emotional Development of the 14-19 Learner 3. Teaching and Learning for the 14-19 Phase 4. Assessing Learning in the 14-19 Sector 5. Technology Enhanced Learning Section 3: Making 14-19 Work 6. Functional Skills and PLTS 7. Coaching and Mentoring in the 14-19 Sector 8. Reflective Practice 14-19 Section 4: 14-19 Wider Skills for the 14-19 Practitioner 9. Teacher knowledge and CPD 10. Legislation Working 11. Collaborative practices in education 12. IAG and Employability Skills for the 14-19 Learner
Lynn Senior is Dean of the College of Education at the University of Derby, UK.