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General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland Repository (671 recursos)
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1. Learning to Teach Failing Pupils in Europe: the experience of a group of American students - Caul, Leslie
Shared global concerns in education have recently focused on underachievement and the difficulties associated with the education of the children of migrant labour. These priorities unite the communities of Europe and the United States in a growing unease that a large number of young people are not realising their academic potential through failing at school and, in consequence are becoming excluded from mainstream society. The Children at Risk in Education (CARE) project was focused on the professional development of fifty three student teachers who worked in Europe and the United States as an integral part of their undergraduate programmes in...
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2. Learning to Teach Failing Pupils in Europe: the experience of a group of American students - Caul, Leslie
Shared global concerns in education have recently focused on underachievement and the difficulties associated with the education of the children of migrant labour. These priorities unite the communities of Europe and the United States in a growing unease that a large number of young people are not realising their academic potential through failing at school and, in consequence are becoming excluded from mainstream society. The Children at Risk in Education (CARE) project was focused on the professional development of fifty three student teachers who worked in Europe and the United States as an integral part of their undergraduate programmes in...
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