The Education and Training Foundation has, since its inception, supported a range of activity to improve teaching, from small scale projects involving single departments or individuals to region wide activity promoting change and sharing of effective practice. This work focuses on empowering practitioners to focus on effective practice that is most helpful for their own challenges. The wide range of activity that we deliver is brought together under the banner of Outstanding Teaching Learning and Assessment (OTLA).
Our work in this field draws on wider educational improvement activity and is based on evidence and research, much of it carried out by practitioners as part of our projects. It is focused at all times on improving professional practice, outcomes for learners, and improving the pedagogic or vocational skills of those involved. The Professional Standards for Teachers and Trainers form a cornerstone of our activity to improve teaching, and much of our work is continuing to build a body of evidence in regards to teaching practice, pedagogic developments, use of technology and professionalism and recognition in the sector.
The Foundation has developed an exhibition site to share and promote the work taking place within OTLA Projects and Professional Exchange Networks. You can also stay up-to-date with new exciting developments in teaching, learning and assessment by reading our newsletters.
New: Outstanding Teaching Learning & Assessment Project: application for project team participants (closing date Sunday 9 December). Find out more by downloading this leaflet.
For general enquiries please contact Julie Gibbings.