I.T.E., Initial Teacher Education.  The National Gallery, London.
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 Primary I.T.T. at the National Gallery.
Learning Ideas & Outcomes:
The National Gallery offers interactive guided tours to over 80,000 school-aged students per year, and for more than 10 years has been running a highly successful nationwide cross-curricular scheme for primary schools, called 'Take One Picture'.

Using this expertise and mounting evidence proving that teaching and learning is enriched by using paintings as a stimulus across curriculum subjects, the National Gallery has started welcoming on a structured formal basis primary teacher training students as part of their university course.
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Learning Ideas & Outcomes:
These lessons ideas build on the pupils' previous experiences in a sequence of activities which link to specific areas of the National Curriculum.
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Featured Scheme of Work:

'A View of Het Steen in the Early Morning'

Subject Focus: Science

Student Project Space:
This space enables ITE students to document and showcase their own creative lesson sequences and add outcomes from their school-based placements.
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Quote from ITE Placement Student.

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