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Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Matters

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Created on 13 June 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 28 June 2011 by ncetm_administrator

The Consultation

ITE providers from primary, secondary and FE phases were brought together at face-to-face events in which they had the opportunity to articulate and share some common understandings about the nature of effective ITE and how it might best be achieved. It worked at two levels. First, participants contributed to the development of a set of statements about the nature of effective ITE in mathematics. In considering this, they were asked to examine the agreed set of values and principles, developed in Mathematics Matters, that ITE trainees should understand in developing their own practice as teachers. Participants also compiled a bank of case studies of good practice in ITE, related to the statements.


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