“Teacher Carl Rosin discusses his alternative assessment model and why he wishes his school wasn’t top of state rankings in Pennsylvania”
“The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has empowered students and academics. Tampering with it could jeopardise our autonomy”
The MSc in Practical Skills Therapeutic Education Integrated Professional Development) is accredited by the University of the West of England, delivered by the Crossfields Institute faculty at the Ruskin Mill Trust Field Centre. The course has been developed as a collaborative venture between colleagues in the Ruskin Mill Trust and Crossfields Institute.
The course was launched in 2012 and we are pleased to congratulate the first graduates:
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The Lesley Moore Award for Work-based Learning
The prize is awarded for work-based learning where the learner has demonstrated significant development of higher level skills and knowledge which have impacted on self-development and made a positive difference to practice.
Institute centre Living Well Dying Well is in the news for its pioneering work delivering training to people who are for the dying:https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/may/04/death-doulas-helping-people-face-up-to-death