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Title: The role of technology in teacher education and development.
Target Audience: School leaders.
NOTE ANOTHER ATTACHMENT INCLUDED ON A POLICY PAPER IS AN EXAMPLE DO NOT COPY FROM THAT AS ITS JUST A GUIDE ON HOW TO CREATE A POLICY PAPER REMEMBER THIS IS NOT LIKE AN ESSAY ITS CREATED OUT LIKE A “REPORT STYLE” FORMAT. SO PLEASE DO READ THROUGH THE EXAMPLE OF THE POLICY PAPER ATTACHED SO YOU CAN HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING ON HOW TO CREATE A POLICY PAPER. THANK YOU.
NOTE SLIDE CALLED WORKSHOP 4 IS THE MAIN SLIDE.
select a general theme for the content of the briefing paper from the given three options. Each option relates to a key contemporary issue involving educational technology. The three options for general theme are as follows: The role of technology in teacher education and development.
The target audience for this paper should be selected from amongst local or national educational policy-makers (e.g. those working in England’s Department for Education, English local authorities or multi-academy trusts, universities, colleges, schools). Students are responsible for selecting their own specific policy-maker audience, for making this selection clear to the reader, and for tailoring the paper’s content to the specific needs of this audience. The target audience is SCHOOL LEADERS.
Once students have chosen one of these three general themes, they are then free to focus on specific issues, examples and case studies within this theme. These focus should be selected on the basis of relevance and interest to the target audience. (ILL LET THE WRITER DECIDE ON THIS BIT).
Students are required to complete their briefing paper using the following ‘report-style’ format, i.e you must make use of the following headings (the bold bullet points). Reports are quite different from ‘essays’ and so it is really important that you consider the suggestions/tips for each of the required sections carefully.
(You will probably find it easiest to do this page last.)