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Ofsted and FEC quality assurance managers), and classroom based trainers and researchers who argue that grading is too judgemental and compromises the formative and developmental progress of trainees. The rationale for trainee teachers to have their classroom practice graded is contrasted with evidence that highlights the negative results of grading. This article reports findings from the evaluation of an innovative, alternative strategy that addresses Ofsted TMs central requirement for trainees to know where they are TM in their development by offering a middle way between grading and not grading trainees TM classroom performance..
The absence of immune recognition is specific for MEC, since the same S. Uberis preparations strongly induced immune gene expression and NF B activity in the murine macrophage model cell RAW264.7. Hence, the sluggish immune response of MEC and not of professional immune cells to this pathogen may aid establishment of the often encountered belated and subclinical phenotype of S.
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