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This article analyses efforts at one institution to respond to demands for higher education accountability through the development and implementation of an institution-specific, programme-level model of assessment and accountability. In conclusion, the authors suggest that the programme-specific accountability model with the four components they have elaborated on in this article is potentially applicable to any higher education institution or programme seeking to respond to internal and external accountability demands.
Updated: May. 26, 2011
Do Digital Divisions Still Persist in Schools? Access to Technology and Technical Skills of Teachers in High Needs Schools in the United States of America
The goal of this article is to examine whether there is any indication of current differences in technology access, skills and classroom integration practices as reported by teachers participating in an online professional development initiative. The researchers found that, while significant differences existed between teachers in high need and non-high need schools in the USA, context is a vital component of considering any persisting digital divides.
Updated: Sep. 27, 2010
The participants in Boston College's 'Teachers for a New Era' Evidence Team designed a portfolio of assessments and studies in order to make decisions about teacher education policy and practice that were informed by research and evidence. This paper describes one project in the portfolio - a series of surveys that trace teacher candidates' experiences over time and track shifts in these experiences as respondents progress from students during the pre-service period to teachers in the first few years of work in the profession.
Updated: Feb. 02, 2009