Schools at the crossroads: innovating in a climate of uncertainty
Young, V., Driscoll, P. and Pagden, A. 2012. Schools at the crossroads: innovating in a climate of uncertainty.
|Authors||Young, V., Driscoll, P. and Pagden, A.|
The Faculty of Education at CCCU, as the regional dissemination centre in the south east for the Cambridge Primary Review (CPR) (Alexander et al, 2010), has been supporting a number of primary school-based action research projects by injecting the ideas and evidence presented in the CPR into the school development process. This paper reports on this process through two case studies. Each case study has a unique focus. One focuses on promoting children’s meta-cognition; the other on how organisational structures create barriers to learning.
The ideas and evidence of the final CPR report and research surveys underpin this study and have been used selectively and
The research is in the early stages. Indications at this stage, however, suggest that the CPR initiative is promoting teachers’
|Conference||At the Crossroads: New Directions in Teacher Education|
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|Deposited||14 Nov 2013|
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