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HEaTED magazine - Summer 2016

This first issue of the HEaTED magazine looks into how to train as a technician and a number of different careers paths leading into the profession.  There is also an interview with a fine arts technician working in FE and HE education. The feature articles focus on the Athena SWAN Charter as a scheme to recognise...

HEaTED magazine - Summer 2018

In this issue of the HEaTED magazine two apprentices from King’s College London, Rachel Denney and Chantelle Griffin, report on life as an apprentice. We consider sustainability in the laboratory with Martin Farley and go behind the scenes at Glasgow School of Art with John Ayers. HEaTED programme manager Suhel...

Taking photographs from the International Space Station

During his mission to the International Space Station, Tim Peake shared many spectacular photographs of the Earth. During this interview, recorded in  March 2017, he talks about taking the photographs and what such images can be used for. The teacher guide will help you find the segment or sections that are most...

HEaTED magazine - Autumn 2017/Spring 2018

In this issue of HEaTED magazine Jonathan Cresswell from the University of Exeter describes what you need to know about, and how to make the most of, The Apprenticeship Levy scheme. 

HEaTED describes their support of the Technician Commitment and the work with the Science Council and the Gatsby Charitable...

HEaTED magazine - Spring/Summer 2017

In this issue of the HEaTED magazine John Ayers from Glasgow School of Arts focuses at the future of arts technicians and the development of professional registration for arts and media technicians and how this will affect the sector. 

Jonathan Cresswell from the University of Exeter describes how embracing...

How to enhance CPD to maximise the measurable impact on students’ achievement in science

This research was Published in 2014 and presented at the ESERO 2013 Conference.

The purpose of any teacher continuing professional development (CPD) is to ensure a positive change in pupils’ outcomes, yet the evaluative evidence to support this relationship is often weak or missing. Using the CPD programme...

Final evaluation of the National Science Learning Centre

Published in June 2013, this report from the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) presents the findings from an investigation into the impact on students of the subject-specific CPD undertaken by teachers at the National Science Learning Centre.

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Research in partnership: D&T teachers and academics together in the classroom

Nottingham Trent University’s Small-Scale Research scheme has been running since 2011.  The scheme funds up to six projects that bring together academics and teachers from partnership schools to research an areas of interest and relevance to the teachers.

For the past four years at least one project has...

D&T teachers CPD survey

Published in September 2010, this summary of an online survey looks at design and technology (D&T) teachers’ attitudes towards CPD.

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Evaluation of the impact of ENTHUSE partnerships: draft interim report

Published in January 2015, this interim report provides an overview of the ENTHUSE partnerships, discusses the progress they have made to date, identifies the impacts that have arisen thus far and those expected in the future, and summarises key learning points....

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