advisory teacher

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advisory teacher

advisory teacher

Learning from Teacher–Student Advisories

RUDDEN, James (1911 - 2000), Advisory Head Teacher on Secondary Reorganisation, Inner London Education Authority, 1976–78, retired; President: National Association of Head Teachers, 1971; London Head Teachers Association, 1969; Metropolitan Catholic Teachers Association, 1964

JEFFERY, George Barker (1891 - 1957), Director of Institute of Education, University of London, since 1945; Member of the Senate of the University of London since 1935; Member: Advisory Cttee. on Educ. in Colonies since 1945; Secondary Sch. Examinations Council since 1946; Chm. South West Middlesex Hosp. Management Cttee. since 1948; Member, Nat. Advisory Council on Training and Supply of Teachers since 1949; Chm. Exec. Cttee. Nat. Foundn. for Educ. Research in Eng. and Wales since 1949; Dean of the College of Handicraft since 1952; President: English New Education Fellowship since 1952; Association of Teachers in Colleges and Depts of Education since 1954

EVANS, Edward (1883 - 1960), Chairman, Advisory Committee for the Health and Welfare of the Handicapped; Chairman National Institute for the Deaf; Vice- President: National College for Teachers of the Deaf; College of Teachers of the Blind; Deaf Children’s Society; Governor and Trustee Mary Hare Grammar School for the Deaf; Deputy Secretary National Institute for the Blind, 1943–45; President and Trustee National Deaf-Blind Helpers’ League; Patron, Soc. for Higher Education for the Deaf; Vice-Pres. Central Council for Care of Cripples


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A teacher, normally seconded from a teaching post in order to join their local authority advisory service and take up an advisory role for local schools in a specific curriculum area, key stage, or specific issue, such as assessment or inclusion, of which they have expert knowledge and experience. As well as visiting schools and supporting teachers, their remit includes organizing and delivering continuing professional development for teachers in their area of expertise. The role of advisory teacher has now been largely superseded by the introduction of advanced skills teachers, who carry out a similar role while remaining based in their own school.

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