I.T.E., Initial Teacher Education.  The National Gallery, London.
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 Supporting creativity in the classroom.
Image of primary student's work. / Image of secondary student's work. / Image of Beuckelaer's 'The Four Elements: Earth'.
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Image of quote "The strategies that were given to us were so good!!! I have got so many news ideas. Especially as I am not an art specialist. This was probably the most useful part of the week, along with the observations of children being taught in the gallery." Louise Endersby, Roehampton University ITE student, 2008

Initial Teacher Education at the National Gallery

This website showcases projects created by ITE (Initial Teacher Education) students using National Gallery paintings.
For many years the National Gallery has offered specialist lectures, tours and study days for ITE students. The Gallery is delighted to have been able to develop this provision further into student placements with Roehampton University and mentor projects with the University of Gloucestershire.
This website provides all the information and resources ITE students need to use the National Gallery's unique collection for creative learning in the classroom.
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