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Teachers’ Toolkit Online Module – a Case Study

Principal focus of the project

The focus of this project was using action research to measure the effectiveness of a basic teacher toolkit of strategies to facilitate adult learning, delivered through an online training course. In order to assess the impact of online learning on achieving individual training goals, levels of participation, engagement and learning were used as a basis for analysis.

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

Participating teachers observed that the flexible time frame of the training enhanced its accessibility, with none of the participants requesting any support or feedback for the duration. The study also found that there were benefits for financial savings and scaleability, although these were not explicit goals of the project. The study concluded that the programme was a viable alternative to the standard delivery model.

Number of participants who worked with the project
N/A
Learners
1
Organisations
6-10
Staff
Name(s) of authors

Khorshed Bhote - City Lit London

Name of associate programmes

emCETT

Summary

A website by the City Literary Institute (City Lit). A case study exploring the development of a training module to provide vocational professionals with a supported online programme to embed adult learning fundamentals into practice.