This seminar for AULRE members explores the implications of findings from a recent survey of early career Religious Education teachers, particularly those entering the profession during the period 2020-21. In this survey, trainees provide details of why they entered the profession, what previous experience they bring with them, and what they have appreciated or found lacking in their present training courses. In our discussion we will particularly consider what findings might be unexpected, and what messages this provides for those of us offering ITE RE courses in schools and universities.
Led by Mark Plater. Mark coordinates and teaches on the Secondary PGCE Religious Education programme at Bishop Grosseteste University
Hosted by NICER at Canterbury Christ Church University.
1st February 2022, 5:30 to 7pm.
Mark Plater coordinates and teaches on the Secondary PGCE Religious Education programme at Bishop Grosseteste University
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