Driven jointly with the Association of Colleges (AoC), the project is bringing together college leaders, teachers, learners, sector bodies and edtech experts.
Phase one - establishing what 'good' looks like
Phase one, which took place throughout June and July 2020, saw 400 delegates actively discuss learner experience, digital pedagogy, digital leadership and system reform. Since then, the group has shared great examples of innovative teaching, learning and assessment practice demonstrated during the pandemic.
This research is included in the group’s first report – including a series of recommendations to government, sector bodies and colleges in order to realise the potential of technology to benefit the FE and skills sector now and into the future.
Phase two - building on the report’s recommendations
The next phase is focusing on sharing best practice, advice and guidance, carrying out further research into digital leadership, developing guidelines for learner engagement online and deep-dives including:
- Digital and data poverty – read the report exploring the impact of digital and data poverty on BAME learners
- Digital pedagogy
- Digital leadership
- The future of assessment
Rethinking the learner experience
Helping you develop digital approaches that will help maintain continuity of learning, even while working remotely.