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01 Mar 2009Statistical DigestsStatistical Digest Spring 2009Statistical Digest Spring 2009 (PDF)Statistical digest published in Spring 2009.
01 Nov 2008Statistical DigestsStatistical Digest 2007-2008Statistical digest 2007-2008 (PDF)Statistical digest for the period of 2007-2008.
01 Nov 2008Published ResearchProfessional Culture Among New Entrants to the Teaching ProfessionProfessional Culture Among New Entrants to the Teaching Profession (PDF)This research report, published in 2008, examines the influence of teachers at various stages in their careers on professional practice, on school culture and on learning and teaching.
27 Oct 2008EducationLooked After Children and Young PeopleLooked after children and young people (PDF)This leaflet is for teachers and other professionals concerned with the educational development of pupils who are looked after by local authorities in Scotland.
22 Oct 2008Teacher ResearchWill the Lights Stay On? Glow and Embedding ICT into Secondary School Curriculum SubjectsWill the Lights Stay On? Embedding ICT into Secondary School Curriculum (PDF)This research examines the issues in introducing and maintaining regular, planned use of ICT as an integral part of secondary school curricular subjects and evaluates the effectiveness of using GLOW in learning and teaching.
01 Oct 2008Published Research2007-2008 Employment Survey Report2007-2008 Employment Survey Report (PDF)Each year we conduct a survey of teachers who completed their Induction year in the preceding June and who obtained registration. The survey offers a snapshot of the post-induction employment outcomes for these newly qualified teachers.
17 Sep 2008Teacher ResearchThe Development of "Nonviolent Communication" in an Early Years SettingThe Development of "Nonviolent Communication” in an Early Years Setting (PDF)This research project explored and evaluated the use of interventions based on the Nonviolent Communication Model developed by Marshall Rosenberg in a nursery setting to see if this model could be used successfully with children aged 3-5 years.
12 Sep 2008Published ResearchIdentifying and Rewarding Accomplished Teachers: The Scottish ExperienceThis presentation was delivered at the European Conference on Educational Research in Gothenburg in Sept 2008. It analyses evidence from the reflections of teachers who achieved Chartered Teacher status through Master’s degree route.
26 Jun 2008Teacher ResearchEffective Primary – Secondary Transition for Pupils with Social, Emotional and Behavioural NeedsEffective Primary – Secondary Transition for Pupils with SEBN (PDF)This research evaluated a transition project to support pupils with social, emotional and behavioural needs in their Primary 7 year to prepare for the transition to Secondary school.
19 Jun 2008Teacher ResearchThe Use of Learning Journals as a Self-Reflection Tool to Support and Develop Probationer Teachers’ Skills in Critical Evaluation and Self ReflectionThe Use of Learning Journals as a Self-Reflection Tool (PDF)This report investigates the introduction of Learning Journals as a way to help support newly qualified primary teachers undertaking their probationary period via the Teacher Induction Scheme within a small local authority.
01 Apr 2008Published Research2006-2007 Employment Follow-up Survey Report2006-2007 Employment Follow-up Survey Report (PDF)Each year we survey teachers who gained full registration in June following the Induction year. The follow-up survey offers a snapshot of the post-induction employment outcomes for these newly qualified teachers by the spring of the following year.
23 Nov 2007Published ResearchCurrent Demographics in the School Teaching Population in ScotlandCurrent Demographics in the School Teaching Population in Scotland (PDF)This paper was presented at the Scottish Educational Research Association conference in Perth in Nov 2007. It outlines changes in the demography of the teaching profession in Scotland over a three-year period and reflects on the arising issues.
01 Oct 2007Published Research2006-2007 Employment Survey Report2006-2007 Employment Survey Report (PDF)Each year we conduct a survey of teachers who completed their Induction year in the preceding June and who obtained registration. The survey offers a snapshot of the post-induction employment outcomes for these newly qualified teachers.
28 Aug 2007Published ResearchModels of Support in the Teacher Induction Scheme: Experiences of Head Teachers and SupportersModels of support in the TIS views of headteachers and supporters (PDF)This is a conference paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators in Europe conference In Telford in August 2007.
01 Aug 2007Annual ReviewsAnnual Review 2006-2007Annual review 2006-2007 (PDF)Annual review for the period of 2006-2007.
01 Dec 2006Professional StandardsThe Standard for Initial Teacher EducationThe standard for initial teacher education (PDF)This standard was established to provide a comprehensive set of requirements for universities who offer programmes of initial teacher education in Scotland.
01 Dec 2006Professional StandardsThe Standard for Full RegistrationThe standard for full registration (PDF)This standard sets out the standard of competence expected of a fully registered teacher with GTC Scotland.
01 Dec 2006Professional StandardsGuidelines and StandardsGuidelines and standards (PDF)This publication provides information on Guidelines for Initial Teacher Education Courses in Scotland, The Standard for Initial Teacher Education, The Standard for Full Registration and the the Standard for Initial Teacher Education.
06 Nov 2006Teacher ResearchTo What Extent Does Giving Children Responsibility for their Behaviour have Positive Effect?Giving Children Responsibility for their Behaviour (PDF)The purpose of this research was to devise and evaluate a target setting behaviour reward system that motivates children to take responsibility for their own behaviour in class.
01 Apr 2006Published Research2005-2006 Employment Survey Report2005-2006 Employment Survey Report (PDF)Each year we conduct a survey of teachers who completed their Induction year in the preceding June and who obtained registration. The survey offers a snapshot of the post-induction employment outcomes for these newly qualified teachers.
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