Details about our partnership steering group.
The University of Edinburgh Teacher Education Partnership Steering Group
The University of Edinburgh Teacher Education Partnership Steering Group was established to take forward a commitment from the School of Education and its key local authority partners to form closer partnership arrangements. The Steering Group is co-chaired by Prof Richard Andrews (Head of Moray House School of Education and Sport) and Fiona Robertson (Head of Education and Children Services at East Lothian Council).
The Steering Group comprises of senior representatives from each partner authority and a national teachers’ representative from the EIS. The Steering Group meets formally 3 times per yeas.
It is concerned with aspects such as the key principles for partnership, governance and communication arrangements, as well as identifying and overseeing priorities for partnership development work.
Steering Group Governance
The Teacher Education Partnership Steering Group has oversight over the Early Phase Professional Learning Group, the Masters Level Partnership Group.
The Early Phase Professional Learning Group (EPPLG) has oversight over the following:
- MSc Transformative Learning & Teaching
- MA Primary 'with' programmes
PGDE ITE Programmes (Primary and Secondary)
- Returning to Teaching
- Supporting Teacher Learning in and through Practice (STLitP)
- Representation from QMU and Napier University's programmes leads for ITE
The Masters Level Partnership Group has oversight over the following:
- MEd in Leadership and Learning
- CLPL courses
- Representation on SEIC professional learning and leadership workstream
More about The University of Edinburgh Teacher Education Partnership Steering Group can be found through the following link.
Please visit our contact details webpage for more information.