Facilitated by Jisc
Open to members responsible for curriculum and digital practice in FE
Microsoft Teams site and regular meetings
About the community
This group will look beyond the pandemic to a future where blended learning is delivered confidently by well-supported practitioners and learners are consistently experiencing the value it can provide.
It is part of a project working on the next steps from the shaping the digital future of FE and skills research, that highlighted digital pedagogy as a theme that would benefit from further exploration. We are working with the ETF (Education and Training Foundation) and CDN (College Development Network, Scotland) and our members to conduct a ‘deep dive’ into digital pedagogy.
The group will operate from March-June 2021.
What we'll do
The planned outputs are a set of materials that colleges can use to embed good digital pedagogy. These will be published on our website and will form an important part of our digital elevation model, by giving members clear examples that they can work towards.
By working together, we can share and develop the ‘scaffolding’ needed to embed good practice and make a lasting impact for learners and practitioners. This scaffolding might be strategies, policies, process and use things like frameworks, checklists, and training materials.
Alongside the core materials, we are also looking to tell stories that inspire. Every day, you’re making an impact and helping to change the lives of your colleagues, peers, and learners. Demonstrating impact through storytelling is a powerful way of showing people that the work you do is making a difference.
Who should join
We are looking for a range of roles to be involved who are responsible for curriculum and quality or digital practice in FE, such as:
- VPs for curriculum and quality
- Quality managers
- Heads of ILT/digital/e-learning
- Teaching practitioners
- Advanced practitioners
Join the community group
To join the group, complete our short registration form.
Get in touch
For more information, contact Natasha Veenendaal, head of community engagement (email@example.com),