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|Title: ||A study of technical teacher training in the Sudan and in England and Wales|
|Authors: ||Salih, Abuelgasim A.|
|Issue Date: ||1984|
|Publisher: ||© A.A. Salih|
|Abstract: ||The study starts by providing a brief historical background on the
development of education in Sudan and examines in particular the development
of technical education.
It focusses attention upon the provision of training for teachers of
technical subjects in technical high secondary schools. In so doing the
study highlights some of the current problems in the training of such
teachers in Sudan.
In looking for solutions to some of these problems the study examines,
in Chapter 4, the provision of teacher training for the Further Education
sector in England and Wales, together with the reports of various
committees on the supply and training of technical teachers.
The study concentrates, in Chapter 5, on the study of initial teacher
training courses provided for both intending and serving technical teachers
by five pioneer centres in England and Wales. These are Bolton Institute
of Higher Education, Huddersfield Polytechnic, Garnett College (Technical),
Wolverhampton Polytechnic and the course provided jointly by the
University College Cardiff and the University of Wales Institute of Science
and Technology at the Department of Education of University College Cardiff.
The study provides, in Chapters 6 and 7, an analytical view of
initial technical teacher 'training' courses at these institutions, and
makes a comparative analysis of initial teacher training courses in the
Sudan and in England and Wales.
Finally, the study suggests ways of fostering recruitment and
ensuring well trained and highly motivated teachers, outlines the financial
implications and the role of the Ministry of Education, and examines in
detail a proposed new structure and curriculum for the initial training
of technical teachers in Sudan.|
|Description: ||A Master's Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Master of Philosophy of Loughborough University.|
|Appears in Collections:||MPhil Theses (Design School)|
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