This apprenticeship toolkit shows how effective application of digital technologies can support the delivery of the new apprenticeship standards. It is aimed at colleges and training providers (including employer-providers), and organisations delivering end point assessment (EPA).
Learning occurs as the result of interaction between learners and their environment. When the learning has a planned outcome, it becomes a purposeful activity that requires the artistry and skill of a learning designer.
Guidance for colleges and training providers on how technology can add value to assessment and feedback.
Developing authentic learning experiences, helping students engage with employers, developing students' lifelong learning skills, and developing students' digital literacy.
Successful implementation of online learning of any sort involves much more than placing materials and activities in an online environment.
Using technology to support the assessment life cycle, from the electronic submission of assignments to marking and feedback.
Using technology to support students’ progression over time.
Technology can enable different, new and more immediate methods of assessment
Using technology as part of the curriculum review and design process can help you to communicate, capture and share information and data more effectively
Mobile learning allows the learner to communicate with tutors and peers, as well as access learning resources, while on the move