What does a ‘typical’ geography trainee journey look like, and what subject support should we look to provide across the different stages of this journey?

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Baker, T. 2022. What does a ‘typical’ geography trainee journey look like, and what subject support should we look to provide across the different stages of this journey? Geography Teacher Educators Conference 2022. University of Worcester, UK 28 - 29 Jan 2022
TitleWhat does a ‘typical’ geography trainee journey look like, and what subject support should we look to provide across the different stages of this journey?
AuthorsBaker, T.
Abstract

Learning to teach is a complex and messy process, and individual learning journeys for geography trainees are undoubtedly very different. However, under the new ITE inspection framework (Ofsted, 2020) there has increasingly been a call for ITE providers to explicitly articulate the intentions of their taught curriculum. Although we recognise that there is certainly no such thing as a ‘typical’ journey for a geography trainee this session will look to use the collective subject expertise of the GTE community to workshop and share ideas for the shape of this journey. The results of this workshop will feed into a small working group, who are looking to develop a resource to support ITE providers with staging and sequencing their curriculums to build subject expertise among trainee geographers.

Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
ConferenceGeography Teacher Educators Conference 2022
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Print29 Jan 2022
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Deposited06 Jun 2022
Accepted05 Dec 2021
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1mNAPvNs_GNGrb11LVPa2eeigVCBtLgsm/edit#slide=id.p1
LanguageEnglish
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