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Planning learning

Planning learning is a complex task as it involves so many aspects.  For example an OTLA project led by Stephenson College liaised with other professionals to produce high quality curriculum resources.

The use of extended learning communities to create curriculum resources to support outstanding teaching and learning, Stephenson College

Embedding E&D - Southend Adult and Community College

Outstanding Teaching Learning & Assessment JPD Project: Profile Development Training Final report and resources.

Embedding ‘Prevent’ in teaching, learning and assessment - Humber Learning Consortium

Collaborative development of TLA practice in maths and English - Lakes College

Integration of maths and English in vocational programmes — Shipley College

Skills for future jobs – supporting learner progression - Petroc College

Peer observations and self-reflection - The Colleges' Partnership

Becoming trauma informed: Developing education practice in offender learning — Weston College

Empowering teaching and learning communities to promote equality and celebrate diversity

Breaking the cycle: making a fresh start — Newcastle College

Synergy in learning: promoting learner self-assessment — Redcar and Cleveland College

Improving learner outcomes in GCSE maths — Stockton Riverside College

Exploring Delivery in Apprenticeship Standards