This webinar has now taken place but you can still watch on demand.
Over the last six months, four pilot projects have been testing different models of student-staff partnership, to measure how the digital capability of students can be harnessed to support staff in their use of technology for teaching, learning and assessment. In this two-part case study webinar series, the four pilot projects will present the findings of their project, and how you might replicate this within your organisation.
Hear from Basingstoke College of Technology and Bishop Auckland College about the student-staff partnership models they tested with partner organisations, practitioners and students. They’ll talk about what worked well, the challenges that had to be overcome, early indications of impact on teaching, learning and assessment, and how you might replace similar models within your organisation.
Chloë Hynes reflects on the year she undertook Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) and the emotions that came with it, from initial feelings of being overwhelmed to a pride in challenge herself and pushing boundaries.
Mark Hobson, former lecturer in Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE), teaching Maths, Statistics and Engineering Principles, explains why he believes learning styles must be taught as part of teacher training and not become a ‘box-ticking’ exercise.
In this blog, Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), discusses her insights from two sessions at the World Skills UK CPD event, ‘Developing excellence in teaching and training’.