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Graduate Practitioner Wheel of Progression

Sutton-Tsang, Samantha ORCID: and Malomo, Michelle (2016) Graduate Practitioner Wheel of Progression. In: TACTYC conference: Principled Early Years Practice: Valuing our past, debating our present, inspiring our future, 19 Nov 2016, Park Crescent Conference Centre, International Students House London. (Unpublished)

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Continuing Professional Development for an Early Years Graduate involves the continual and ongoing process that enables the continued development of a highly skilled work force, whom are dedicated to improving outcomes for children in all aspects of their lives. It supports the continual process ‘of becoming’ an Early Years Practitioner and supports this as a process of lifelong development. Graduates develop their own knowledge and skills to improve not only their own knowledge and skills but also through this process help to improve and develop the skills of others whilst becoming leaders and managers of best practice within the sector.

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The Graduate Practitioner Wheel of Progression can be found on page 199 of Musgrave, J., Savin-Baden, M. and Stobbs, N. (Eds) (2017) Studying for Your Early Years Degree: Skills and Knowledge for Becoming an Effective Early Years Practitioner.
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Uncontrolled Discrete Keywords: graduate, job opportunities, career progression, Graduate Practitioner Wheel of Progression model
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: College of Arts, Humanities and Education > School of Education
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Depositing User: Samantha Sutton-Tsang
Date Deposited: 03 May 2018 13:29
Last Modified: 17 Jun 2020 17:22

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