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The pedagogic frailty model has been developed in Surrey as a framework to support teacher development. It considers some of the key components that influence teaching and that in certain circumstances can act to restrict innovative practice.
The four key factors are 1) the values that drive teaching 2) the link between teaching the subject and ‘doing’ the subject 3) the relationship between teaching and research, and 4) the regulations imposed upon teaching. Managing the relationships between these factors are key in avoiding frailty and developing a more resilient perspective on teaching development.
Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their teaching and map their own profile to identify areas that might benefit from further reflection on practice.
Participants attending this session are recommended to have already attended ‘Introduction to Concept Mapping’.