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General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland Repository (671 recursos)

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CCEA Reports

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  1. Key Messages from the Curriculum 21 Conferences and the Curriculum Monitoring Programme 1998

    CCEA
    This report provides a summary of the view expressed by teachers about the appropriateness or otherwise, of the present curriculum and its assessment arrangements and the way in which it may need to be modified and developed in the future.

  2. Key Messages from the Curriculum 21 Conferences and the Curriculum Monitoring Programme 1998

    CCEA
    This report provides a summary of the view expressed by teachers about the appropriateness or otherwise, of the present curriculum and its assessment arrangements and the way in which it may need to be modified and developed in the future.

  3. A Guide for Teachers

    NICC
    This booklet, which is designed as a guide for principals and teachers, explains the legal requirements for the curriculum as set out in the Education Reform (NI) Order 1989 and indicates how these requirements will affect practice in schools.

  4. A Guide for Teachers

    NICC
    This booklet, which is designed as a guide for principals and teachers, explains the legal requirements for the curriculum as set out in the Education Reform (NI) Order 1989 and indicates how these requirements will affect practice in schools.

  5. Cross - Curricular Themes: Consultation Report

    NICC
    This report summarises the views expressed during consultation and makes recommendations as to the objectives of each of the six themes. It also makes detailed suggestions about how the themes may be delivered through the compulsory subjects of the curriculum.

  6. Cross - Curricular Themes: Consultation Report

    NICC
    This report summarises the views expressed during consultation and makes recommendations as to the objectives of each of the six themes. It also makes detailed suggestions about how the themes may be delivered through the compulsory subjects of the curriculum.

  7. Northern Ireland Curriculum Cohort Study: The Overview

    Harland, John; Moor, Helen; Lord, Pippa; Styles, Ben
    This summary presents key findings and implications from the Northern Ireland (NI) Curriculum Cohort Study. This study was carried out over a period of seven years and has tracked young people from the age of 11 through to age 18. The study began in 1996 when 60 pupils from ten primary schools were interviewed and observed in Year 7. Following this, our 60 pupils were interviewed and 3,000 young people from 50 schools were surveyed for each of the five years of post-primary education. Each year, these young people gave their views and perspectives on their experiences of the school...

  8. Northern Ireland Curriculum Cohort Study: The Overview

    Harland, John; Moor, Helen; Lord, Pippa; Styles, Ben
    This summary presents key findings and implications from the Northern Ireland (NI) Curriculum Cohort Study. This study was carried out over a period of seven years and has tracked young people from the age of 11 through to age 18. The study began in 1996 when 60 pupils from ten primary schools were interviewed and observed in Year 7. Following this, our 60 pupils were interviewed and 3,000 young people from 50 schools were surveyed for each of the five years of post-primary education. Each year, these young people gave their views and perspectives on their experiences of the school...

  9. Gifted and talented children in (and out) of the classroom

    CCEA
    This Literature Review report provides teachers with information and guidance on identifying gifted and talented children in their classroom. A guidance document addressing identification, whole school management and classroom strategies for educating these children will be published later this year. It also provides information on the particular issues faced by gifted and talented children.

  10. Gifted and talented children in (and out) of the classroom

    CCEA
    This Literature Review report provides teachers with information and guidance on identifying gifted and talented children in their classroom. A guidance document addressing identification, whole school management and classroom strategies for educating these children will be published later this year. It also provides information on the particular issues faced by gifted and talented children.

  11. Paperless Examinations Project

    CCEA
    The Paperless Examinations Project was designed to address the issues, both pedagogical and technological, that CCEA and Edexcel were likely to face in implementing online examinations. The following report deals with the results of the first year of the project. While a timescale of three to four years is envisaged, it was agreed that the project would be planned in at least three phases and that the outcomes from each phase would be analysed prior to proceeding to the next stage and would be considered alongside general developments in assessment and technology.

  12. Paperless Examinations Project

    CCEA
    The Paperless Examinations Project was designed to address the issues, both pedagogical and technological, that CCEA and Edexcel were likely to face in implementing online examinations. The following report deals with the results of the first year of the project. While a timescale of three to four years is envisaged, it was agreed that the project would be planned in at least three phases and that the outcomes from each phase would be analysed prior to proceeding to the next stage and would be considered alongside general developments in assessment and technology.

  13. The Transition from GCSE Science to GCE A Level Science

    CCEA
    The two-year research study was carried out by the Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA), starting in November, 1995. Its purpose was, firstly, given the range of GCSE Science courses available, to examine pupils’ experiences of the transition from Science at Key Stage 4 to the study of the separate sciences at Advanced Level. Secondly, the study sought to identify ways in which teachers were taking account of pupils’ different Science backgrounds in their teaching of A Level Science subjects.

  14. The Transition from GCSE Science to GCE A Level Science

    CCEA
    The two-year research study was carried out by the Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA), starting in November, 1995. Its purpose was, firstly, given the range of GCSE Science courses available, to examine pupils’ experiences of the transition from Science at Key Stage 4 to the study of the separate sciences at Advanced Level. Secondly, the study sought to identify ways in which teachers were taking account of pupils’ different Science backgrounds in their teaching of A Level Science subjects.

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