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Mawson, Kate (2016)
Publisher: Association for Science Education
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: LC, QA76
Trainees work within schools spending 80% of their time away from University. The one day a week during which they are based at Warwick is full of content delivery, subject knowledge improvement and pedagogy training. The course uses ICT to support trainees, through Moodle as the VLE for online course delivery and Mahara as the e-portfolio for assessment, where trainees display their evidence against the eight teaching standards. Trainees produce an e-portfolio where they write reflective statements to demonstrate their development over the course of the year; this evidence enables them to achieve 30 CAT points, which trainees can count towards an MA qualification.
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