The Universities Council for the Education of Teachers
The Universities Council for the Education of Teachers acts as a national forum for the discussion of matters relating to the education of teachers and professional educators, and to the study of education in the university sector and contributes to the formulation of policy in these fields. Its members are UK universities involved in teacher education, and a number of colleges of higher education in the university sector.
High educational and personal achievement for all learners through excellence in teacher education.
To act as an independent and authoritative voice on teacher education while supporting the quality, sustainability and professionalism of teacher education by encouraging cohesive partnerships, engaging constructively with stakeholders and drawing on research from across the UK and internationally.
External Panel Members (x2): MA Disability and Mental Health Social Work (from September 2022)
Yorks St. John University
MA Education (Hons)
University of Aberdeen
MA in Educational Leadership programme (2022/23 academic year onwards)
University of Chester
Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Secondary Education Science
PhD studentship: the myths and stories that shape looked after and previously looked after children’s experiences of the education system, to be supervised by Professor Elizabeth Hoult (principal supervisor), and Dr Lynette Shotton