The Outstanding Teaching Learning and Assessment (OTLA) Digital projects - October update

Pete Munday
Associate at the Education and Training Foundation 


In our first blog we told you about the nine Outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment Digital projects.  They are using action research to evidence the most effective ways to spread and embed effective practice in the use of technology to achieve measurable improvements in teaching, learning and/or assessment.

There is some great work emerging across these projects on topics such as engaging learners through effective use of technology, building communities of learning and improving formative assessment, plus many more.

Each project is producing newsletters to let others know about their project and its progress.  See the September newsletters with the update from each project.

 

The four projects being run by OTLA South Central – Creative Education
 

 

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Title Investigate the effectiveness of assessment feedback delivered via digital mediums.

September newsletter

 

 

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Title Transforming TLA through the use of digital educational technology

September newsletter

3 Title Freestyle Feedback

 

September newsletter

 

4 Title Increase the progression rate of L2 learners through digital feedback.

September newsletter

 

 

 

The 5 projects being run by OTLA NE and Cumbria – The Newcastle College Group
1 Title Study Supporters – unlocking social capital to support outcomes in maths and English

 

September newsletter

 

2 Title Digital Educators Programme

 

September newsletter

 

3 Title Empower staff to promote and use digital technologies to meet the diverse needs of learners.

 

September newsletter

 

4 Title Digital Community of Practice

 

September newsletter

 

5 Title Engaging staff with using digital technology within teaching, learning and assessment

September newsletter

 

 

For more information about the OTLA Digital projects overall contact peter.munday@etfoundation.co.uk

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