Автор: NSS UK
Автор: NSS UK
The Economic and Social Research Institute(ESRI) conducted an independent evaluation of the Youthreach programme in late 2018 which has been published by SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority.
This blog reports on the lauch of the evaluation on Monday 17th June, and will give summary of the ERSI evaluation, as published by SOLAS, along with a summary of SOLAS' report and recommendations in response to the evaluation.
Working as a prison educator can be an extremely rewarding career – teachers can work with vulnerable individuals who are keen to improve their prospects when released and who have diverse opinions that facilitate meaningful debate. A smaller class size also allows the teacher to target individuals that need support the most and provides greater opportunity to build rapport with learners. Although working in a prison is a challenge that requires resilient staff, FE teachers should consider the benefits of pursuing a career as a prison educator.
What training needs can be covered by an European funded experience? And what Adult Education teachers can learn in doing jobshadowing abroad? A report from the Erasmus+ project "Diversifying teaching, teaching for diversity", by Marie Claire O'Neill
As Selcuklu Special Education Vocational School, 175 special education students (mildly diagnosed with mental disability) are educated in 16 classes and 7 workshops in 5 different fields to prepare them for work and profession. In order to make our workshops more functional in our schools, we went to Germany as a project partner 3-4 years ago and, unlike our country, we had the opportunity to see and examine the work done for the preparation of special students for work and profession.