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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How do you check learning is or has taken place in your online class? Following our recent webinar, hosted by teacher and educator Danielle Lloyd, we look back at some key takeaways and highlights about linking assessment to learning outcomes, along with teaching tools which can support you in the classroom.
The research culture in the Further Education (FE) and skills sector lags behind that seen in other professions. It’s time to come together to develop an evidence-informed profession, says Andrew Morris, chair of the Coalition for Evidence-Based education (CEBE) and an honorary associate professor at UCL Institute of Education.