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Doing your PGCE at M level: a guide for students

Sewell, K.L. (ed.) (2008) Doing your PGCE at M level: a guide for students, London, UK, SAGE, 117pp.

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Initial teacher training courses now offer a choice of routes to qualification: H- or M-level. This book will both help students to select which is right for them, and guide them through making the transition to studying at M-level.

Designed to support students through the course, from induction to decisions about employment or further study, this book reflects the reality of completing a PGCE at M-level. Each chapter features:

• case study examples from both primary and secondary settings, which exemplify key issues;
• quotations from assignment forms, and placement reports from students, tutors and school mentors;
• reflective activities to help students develop critical skills; and
• a questioning approach which enables readers to apply the text to their own specific context.

Covering reflective practice in school-based training, developing professionalism through work in specific subject areas, researching practice, improving academic writing, the process of getting a job and advice on continuing study, this book will be essential reading for PGCE students.

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Published date: May 2008
Keywords: PGCE, Masters level, teacher training


Local EPrints ID: 51189
ISBN: 9781847874290
PURE UUID: 0a46df46-4da9-4909-b2d8-f7acfc4db1c4

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Date deposited: 09 May 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:49

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Editor: K.L. Sewell

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