In this Q&A blog, we speak to Simon Parker, Construction and Engineering T Level Lead at South Essex College, about his delivery experience so far, and why he believes the ETF’s Networks are vital for collaborating and overcoming any challenges faced.
Rosie Sharp, Director of Quality, Faculty and Higher Education at Fareham College writes about coaching to build maths students’ confidence.
Julie Savage and Georgina Norris from Cambridge Regional College discuss the benefits of coaching for mathematics GCSE-resit students.
In #GetOnlineWeek, Sally Betts from Ideas4Learning, trainer on the Education and Training Foundation’s Essential Digital Skills Programme, talks about the ‘How to Teach Essential Digital Skills’ CPD series and why it matters.
In this blog post, Paul Kessell-Holland, National Head of Curriculum Design Projects at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), reflects on the first year of T Level delivery.
A preview of the distinctive Skylark pathway, part of the Education and Training Foundation’s Advanced Practitioner (AP) programme, which encourages participants to grow as leaders and create their own constellations.
In this blog Lucy Hancock, Curriculum Projects Coordinator, Newcastle Stafford College Group (NSCG) talks about using technology in the classroom and how to achieve the right balance between on-line and ‘in person’ support for students learning maths.
In this blog Sam Mayhew, Dean of Faculty at Weston College, reflects on the previous year and how both teachers and learners rose to the pandemic’s challenges.
In this blog Pete Benyon, Project and Delivery Manager at Derby College Group (DCG), discusses how every teaching and learning relationship needs to begin with a fresh start.
In this blog Elaine Dale, Director of SEND at City College Norwich (CCN), tells us how to ensure learners settle well into college life
In this blog, we hear from some of our Area Relationship and Development Leads (ARDLs) as well as further education staff and learners about celebrating the first year of T Levels.
ETF National Head of EdTech and Digital Skills Vikki Liogier profiles the Education and Training Foundation’s support for those involved in the delivery of Essential Digital Skills.
An increasingly well-known example of classroom technology for teaching maths is Desmos Classroom. However, Desmos classroom can be used in a range of contexts. Teachers from CfEM colleges and their partners who took part in the action research professional development in 2020-21 experienced using it from the perspective of a ‘student’, to complete pre-session activities.