Experiencing Vocational Education 14-19
- Paperback / softback, 180 pages, 244 mm x 170 mm
- 1 Sep 2009
- Trentham Books Ltd
Part One Introduction; Chapter 1 History, policy and practice in the 14-19 sector; Chapter 2 The invisible cohort: lower level vocational students; Chapter 3 Social justice; Part Two Narratives of a difficult present; hopes for a different future; Chapter 4 Woodlands and St Dunstan's Colleges: the social and institutional contexts; Chapter 5 Visions of a digital future: GNVQ IT Group, St Dunstans's; Chapter 6 Rehearsing Domesticity: GNVQ Health and social care group, St Dunstans; Chapter 7 Serving Time: Woodlands College level 1 group; Part Three Little stories of hope, dreams. Inequality and (lack of) opportunity; Chapter 8 Classed and gendered inequalities; Chapter 9 Fantasy futures; Chapter 10 Buying in to learning or working hard at doing leisure?; Chapter 11 Nurturing and the needy: a theraputic ethos; Chapter 12 Conclusions; Chapter 13 Implications for policy, practice, research and social justice.
Invisible students, impossible dreams can be explored at many levels from many aspects. It is a rich source for trainee teachers, teaching practitioners, managers and professionals in the 14-19 sector and not to be missed! - British Journal of Educational Technology