Alongside Outstanding Teacher Learning and Assessmet (OTLA) project partners Bishop Auckland College and South West Durham Training, we explored how we might empower our teaching and learning communities to promote and celebrate equality and diversity (E&D) in effective and meaningful ways, helping improve learner access to, and engagement with, high quality, learner-centred E&D provision, writes Dr Vicky Butterby, Access Teacher and E&D Lead at Darlington Learning and Skills Service.
"Mainly I wouldn’t say equality and diversity, I’d just say what’s fair and what’s not fair". Utilising whole class discussion to help evaluate the impact of our collaborative action research project.
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Watch the SET webinar recording with Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), to get insights into experiences and opinions of FE professionals relating to sustainability.
In the latest episode from the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) podcast, Paul Tully, Strategic Researcher at the ETF, is joined by training expert, Joanne Miles, to discuss how teacher research in the form of supported experiments can strengthen professionalism and raise standards in teaching and training.
Resilience. Recovery. Building back better. Reconnection and Re-engaging: These are common words in the current landscape of education and workplaces and was the topic of a recent SET Special Interest Group event I was invited to attend, writes Georgie Ford, Advanced Practitioner in Mental Health and Wellbeing at Weston College.