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Discussion Paper

Ethos, Anti-Bullying and Positive Discipline within Initial Teacher Education

A report based on the proceedings of a seminar for invited delegates, organised by the Anti-Bullying Network and the Scottish Schools Ethos Network and hosted by Strathclyde University at Jordanhill Campus on 9th December 2004

The report also provides a brief overview of how the issues of bullying and ethos are covered in Scottish ITE programmes (based on feedback from a questionnaire sent to Deans of the schools and faculties of education).

Sections include:

  • Why are these issues important in ITE?
  • Individual Perspectives including local authority, the School Inspectorate, a headteacher, a probationer and a researcher
  • Reflections on current provision in different schools/faculties of education
  • Group discussion about these issues in the PGCE and the BEd programmes in Scotland.

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