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Cambridge Education participated in the 13th UKFIET Conference from 15-17 September at the University of Oxford, UK.
Cambridge Education was a lead sponsor of the conference andtook part in 17 conference sessions and talks, highlighting some of our work worldwide and discussing key education issues such as teacher development, literacy and skills training. We also hosted the welcome reception which provided a useful networking opportunity for UKFIET delegates. All papers will be made available online following the conference. Click here for a timetable of Cambridge Education activities and abstracts of our papers.
We shared live updates from the conference through our @Camb_Ed Twitter account.
Visit our dedicated conference page for more information about our participation and to view papers.
Spring 2015 School Improvement newsletter from Cambridge Education.
Most education professionals in Ghana agree that the country has no clearly defined or nationally agreed philosophy or standards for teacher education. The National Teaching Council has therefore been supported by the Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL), a Government of Ghana programme funded by UK aid, to develop National Teaching Standards for Pre Service Teacher Education. These standards will form the basis for the curricula for teacher preparation and training, to better prepare teachers who will give Ghana’s schoolchildren the best possible education and chance for a brighter future.
The next generation of Ghana’s teachers must be sufficiently prepared to succeed in improving the learning of Ghana’s schoolchildren. Improvement planning is an integral part of quality assurance, leadership and institutional development in education. It creates the benchmark necessary for measuring high quality standards and delivering excellence in education.
This new paper from Cambridge Education offers insights into the current theory and practice of innovation for education. Drawing on our programme experience across many cultures and contexts, it identifies the conditions that have led to successful outcomes when introducing or supporting innovative approaches for education.
Read Go innovate! A guide to successful innovation for education
The EQUIP-Tanzania team needs a Communications Officer to manage and deliver the day-to-day information and communication requirements of the programme.
We are looking for a Technical Lead Specialist in School Leadership to join the EQUIP programme in Tanzania.
We are seeking a Technical Lead Specialist in Community Participation to ensure maximum beneficial impact of the programme by enhancing community engagement in, and ownership of, primary education.