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Teaching and Learning strategies posters

Principal focus of the project

The overall aim of the projects was to develop innovative and creative approaches to delivering English, maths and ESOL in order to increase learner motivation, achievement and progression in life and work. 

Areas of learning
What is this about and what were the main findings?

The following posters summarise the aims and impact of these Teaching & Learning strategy research projects.  

  • Formative assessment strategies for vocational tutors: College of West Anglia 
  • Project based learning in a secure setting: HMP Cookham Wood/CfBT
  • Supporting the achievement of functional skills for learners with visual impairment: West of England School & College 
  • Teaching English and maths together to improve achievement in numeracy: Leicester College 
  • Using case studies to improve the practice of assessors and the wider workforce: KM Training Ltd.
Number of participants who worked with the project
100+
Learners
2-5
Organisations
11-20
Staff
Name(s) of authors

Sue Prescott (West of England School & College), Liz Poulton (Leicester College), Loretta Dickens (KM Training Ltd.), Joyce I-Hui Chen (College of West Anglia), Marie Ostridge (CfBT)

Name of associate programmes

LSIS/sunCETT Exploratory Research Projects

Summary

A series of posters that summarise the aims and impacts of a number of practitioner-led Exploratory Research Projects supported by LSIS from 2011-13. 

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