inTuition

inTuition is SET’s quarterly professional journal supporting members' access to CPD resources and the latest sector and research news. It combines sector news with educational research and exciting practical developments and ideas in education and training.

As your professional journal, inTuition is written specifically for teachers and trainers across further education (FE) and training to support you in your practice throughout your career. inTuition is delivered to members free every quarter. Members can also log in to download current and previous editions of inTuition.

inTuition, spring - issue 35, with additional research supplement, out now!

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inTuition 35 - spring 2019

Read and download the latest inTuition 35, spring 2019.

inTuition 35 spring research supplement

Index of contributions to inTuition Reasearch Supplement Spring 2019. Read the longer online versions of articles featured in the printed supplement.

InTuition taster: Policy view - Ensuring colleges do well

Richard Atkins explains how his role as FE Commissioner (FEC) will help to strengthen the leadership and governance of colleges ahead of a year ahead of challenges and change.

InTuition taster: Career spotlight - plan ahead to get the most out of 2019

While many sectors of education work with the academic calendar, a new calendar year can bring out the reflective practitioner in individuals, writes Donna Lucas.

InTuition taster: Learning tech - learners help teachers gain confidence in digital skills

Many teaching staff still don’t feel confident, or have the skills, to make the best use of technology in their work, writes Peter Kilcoyne.

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