IQA & EQA Blogs 1071 views
The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) are two systems. These provide frameworks for qualifications in different parts of the United Kingdom. However, the difference between RQF and SCQF is their location.
RQF accredits qualifications in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Whereas the SCQF is specific to Scotland. Both frameworks aim to enhance the understanding and recognition of qualifications. Let's discuss these qualifications in detail.
SENs & Learning Styles 1759 views
When it comes to concepts like Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI), numerous educational and non-educational institutes claim to be experts on the topic. Unfortunately, equity seems to be a concept that gets brushed under the carpet in individual and organisational capacities. Equality and equity have their fair share of similarities. Hence, it is imperative to differentiate between the two concepts due to their overlapping nature.
AET Blogs 1566 views
The PTLLS qualification is now called the Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET). It is an online train-the-trainer course. This online course qualifies you to train 16-year and older learners in your specialist area. It includes all fundamental teaching techniques, such as lesson planning, assessment methods, classroom management, and other techniques.
Teaching & Learning Theories 2551 views
AI in Education has become a reality, bringing the system to a crossroads. We have to choose if we want to keep going on the same path that will become obsolete in a few years. Or we choose a daunting, undiscovered path that has great potential. In the not so distant past, AI was limited to running algorithms, and now it is becoming a part of our daily work and learning. Like many other industries, education has been impacted by the emergence and popularity of AI programmes.
DET Blogs 1694 views
Initial teacher education qualifications such as the DET, PCE, and PGCE are well known to get into teaching in schools. Different ITE qualifications can enable you to teach learners of different age groups in different settings. If you need clarification about where you want to teach, you can read more about those different requirements in our QTS vs QTLS blog for teaching younger or adult learners, respectively.
Tutor Talk 3167 views
Teaching is a noble profession held in high esteem for centuries. Growing up, I came across amazing teachers who made a difference. So, I finally chose to become an SEN teacher and did my Master's in Special Education. I have vast experience teaching in several sectors ranging from SEN teaching, remedial teacher, school counsellor for helping parents and children, and preschool/kindergarten to primary and secondary education.