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Czerniawski, Gerry; Wells, David (2012)
Publisher: University of East London. Cass School of Education and Communities
Languages: English
Types: Article
Editorial introducing the first issue of Research in Teacher Education, which continues Research in Secondary Teacher Education. This name change recognises the periodical’s rapid expansion of its national and international audience since its inception in April 2011. The success of the print and online versions of the publication to date, coupled with significant changes taking place in teacher education, mean that we feel the time has come to draw on the wider expertise on offer from the Cass School of Education and Communities. In future editions we will draw on colleagues from within the primary, secondary and post-compulsory sectors of teacher education and continue to provoke, stimulate and extend discussions related to the training and education of all teachers.
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    • This number's book reviews from the secondary team are provided by Paul Betts, John Macklin, and Andrew Read. Our guest book reviewer is Paul Clifford. Paul is currently the Digital Programmes Manager at the Museum of London, developing, delivering and evaluating innovative blended learning sessions for a range of different audiences including primary-aged school children, families and SEN clients. As always we hope that you enjoy the collection of articles in this issue of the periodical. It is with great pleasure then that we announce Professor Ian Menter as our guest writer for the next (April 2013) edition of RiTE.
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