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Developing staff

Practitioner research into developing staff was linked closely to continuing professional development (CPD) and observations of teaching, learning and assessment (OTLAs), especially observations carried out by peers. Several projects pointed to the important role Learning Communities and peer observations had played in developing professional practice.

Action Research into Effective CPD: Improving the impact of teachers’ CPD

Tea for two: mentoring relationships in the transition from FE to HE in PCET Teacher Education

Increasing confidence and competence for teaching Controlled Assessments on the GCSE English re-take course

Pathways to successfully embedding numeracy

Aligning achievement for the Maths Enhancement Programme for FE with the Level 3 Award in Mathematics for Numeracy teaching.

Stepping it up a gear – identifying the support needs of FE teachers delivering HE courses in an FE context

More than just a workshop? (CPD through modelling good practice)

Food preparation and cooking techniques and restaurant service skills video bank

To explore the impact of Learning Communities as a professional development strategy to improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment

Can self-evaluation lead to improvement in teaching practice?

Changing the Face of Curriculum Design and Delivery

Towards a more engaging approach to Performance Appraisal Review

Teachers’ Toolkit Online Module – a Case Study