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An e-Learning Focus: Implications for Teaching and Learning in the Context of BTEC Travel and Tourism

Charlotte Parsons is a lecturer in a Further Education College in Greater London and carried out research with her own classes in 2015. The research focused on the delivering teaching and learning solely through eLearning tools. 1,296 more words

ICT

GREAT EXPECTATIONS – WHAT DO MENTEES WANT FROM THEIR MENTORS AND THEIR SCHOOL?

Today we have a new blog post from one of our fantastic authors, Jonathan Gravells, author of Mentoring: Getting it Right in a Week 688 more words
Misc

No Email Ping-Pong here!

I wonder if the saying ‘watch pot never boils’ has a similar 21st century saying…something like ‘glued to your outlook, inbox never pings’….or something :o… 859 more words

Autism

Lindsey Moulston Reflective Journal

My first section of this blog is a Gibb’s Reflective cycle based on my first lesson observation.

Got 15 minutes to spare?

As previously mentioned in this blog, I am currently doing an EdD and have got to the stage where I am gathering data as the empirical research part of my dissertation. 77 more words

ESOL In Scotland

Sixth form resolutions for 2017

Like its predecessor, this year will no doubt be full of challenges and opportunities for colleges and sixth forms. 16-19 year-olds remain the worst funded full-time students in England while rapid qualification and assessment reform continues to affect almost every course we offer. 268 more words

Education

What Christmas means to me...

Christmas is probably not for most parents with a child who has autism, quite what we thought it would be.

As a child I loved Christmas, my Mum always used to buy us the most wonderful and unusual presents and I can remember the thrill of opening them on Christmas morning. 952 more words

Autism