The University of East Anglia

The University of East Anglia 2017-09-08T13:32:54+00:00

UEA School of Education and Lifelong Learning is committed to working in partnership to make a difference and transform lives of the children and young people in the region we serve. With a long history of work in initial teacher education (ITE) through our Primary and Secondary PGCE programmes, we make an important contribution to raising standards, to realising the potential of teachers and, in turn, their pupils.

We show our commitment to ongoing professional development through offering a growing range of continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities. All good partnerships have principles, and we practise six:

  • To keep our focus on the quality of learning for the children and young people whom we serve
  • To develop teachers who are knowledgeable about their subjects, excellent at pedagogy, and who have a passion for teaching
  • To develop teachers who are professional, display integrity and will be outstanding colleagues and future leaders in education
  • To develop imagination and creativity in teachers, as well as in the children and young people they teach
  • To instil teaching with research, so that our teachers are well-informed and can make accurate judgements about what works best in certain contexts
  • To maintain relationships with schools and teachers beyond the initial period, providing continued professional development that leads to Master’s and Doctoral qualifications.

Working in partnership with UEA enables access to research expertise in areas such as:

  • Pupil motivation and engagement
  • Managing pupil behaviour
  • Modern language teaching
  • Maths, English, science, PE and history teaching
  • Practitioner research
  • Assessment practice
  • Lesson study
  • Mental health and wellbeing.

Being involved in significant international collaborations ensures that we are at the forefront of developments around effective practice in education worldwide.

  • Main Contact: Deirdre Medler

  • Email Address: d.medler@uea.ac.uk

  • Telephone: 01603 592319

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