This action research paper will examine the role that inter-professional and integrated working has in childcare and education, and what we can do to further develop effective inter-professional and integrated working in childcare and education to support the development of education and child safety.
Identifying learning needs for International students are very important during Induction week. This enables appointed tutors to identify the limitations and the opportunity for curriculum plan to make necessary amendments at the early stage. Thus, this action research project aim to discuss the importance of identifying learning needs of international Students to design and plan the curriculum at the early stages of their study during induction and early term.
Why International Students?
Teaching at many private colleges for the past 5 years as a management tutor, it was identified that international students took half of the year to settle down within their studies due to following reasons,
Changes in their physical environment.
Language barrier (speaking and creative writing)
Changes in Learning methods and Practices (Functional Learning)
For the organisation I work for, learners with challenging behaviour are more and more frequently being enrolled at the college, each learner is individually funded by the Local Education Authority with support ranging from £22,000 to £110,000 per year. Due to the funding allocated to individual learners, teachers have increasing pressures to meet targets such as learners completing their courses and passing. Subsequently, classroom behaviour management is a key element that needs to be successful to secure funding by meeting the targets set by the Local Education Authority in return for the enrolment of more learners with challenging behaviour thus more funding for the college. Therefore, identifying a workable and manageable behaviour strategy and policy that can be used consistently in the classroom and across the college is ever more important to get right in order to meet such targets.
The area of research I have chosen is to look at is the problem of poor uptake of ILM leadership programmes at level 3, 4 and 5. The registrations on these programmes in our centre is falling each year and feedback from enquiries is often that the time to go on the traditional taught programmes is a barrier, as well as travel and accommodation costs to attend. Also leaver rates on these programs are also high with success rates being 25% currently of people starting the programme, 55% of registrations with the ILM. The length of time to complete the programme at level 5 is often over 2 years, compared to target end date of one year.
The proposals for a leadership development framework will create a targeted and tailored approach to leadership capacity building delivered in partnership in the south west. Individually leaders understand the agenda and challenges facing public services but greater success could be achieved with collaborative working.
The area of research I have chosen is to look at is the problem of poor uptake of leadership programmes at level 3, 4 plus 5 and I will be exploring the issues of the introduction of self-managed development as a strategic organisational development tool, and online education ‘Is it as effective as traditional teaching.
This paper will investigate what part innovation can have in preventing failing businesses becoming the norm. It will also suggest the role that innovation has in having a successful business, and effective managers and leaders. This research will also make suggestions as to ways that innovation can be actively promoted in businesses, and the role that business and management teachers should play in teaching it.