The Resource Directory is a new section on the site. It will help you find suppliers of Skills for Life resources and access information on their products and services. Look out for more suppliers coming soon.
Developed to support EU Code Week, this free online course aims to help you understand the importance of integrating coding and computational thinking into your teaching, for any subject. The course is for beginners with no previous knowledge of coding.
These online modules aim to to help you support the development of English, maths and digital skills in different learning environments. The activities focus on the teaching of these core skills, which are embedded in each T Level route and pathway.
This free, online course aims to help you consider the impact of digital technologies on health, relationships and society, and enable you to develop strategies for dealing with information overload, devising a positive digital identity, and for positive online participation.
These free online courses from OpenLearn aim to provide an introduction to Functional Sklills English and Functional Skills Maths at Levels 1 and 2, while giving learners the opportunity to earn Open University digital badges.
This BBC website aims to explain the world of work, with advice from people who've found the right path for them, and useful sections on CV writing and interviews.
This guidance provides information and advice on working with deaf learners in the ESOL learning setting. The accompanying samples of learning and teaching materials shows one approach to working with a group of deaf learners from another country?.
This free online course from FutureLearn aims to help you create effective sessions on probability for your learners by using practical and frequency-based approaches.
Commuters in London now have another way of passing the time - with short stories, grabbed from a vending machine. Written by famous authors past and present, the stories are printed out on slips of eco-friendly papyrus paper and are free to all.
This free online course from FutureLearn aims to give you practical tools and theoretical insights to help dyslexic students learn second languages. It is designed for teachers of ESOL and additional languages and for anyone with an interest in dyslexia and language learning.
This booklet provides ideas and inspiration from five projects awarded funding with the aim of developing outstanding teaching, learning and assessment through digital creativity.
The National Literacy Trust and Penguin Talks have produced a free teaching resource inspired by Michelle Obama’s bestselling memoir, Becoming, that aims to boost learners' literacy skills, leadership abilities and confidence.
'Phonics Resources for Older Learners' and 'Phonics Stories for Older Learners’ are photocopiable resources that will help you use phonics-based teaching approaches with your Entry Level Functional Skills and/or ESOL learners.
These online taster sessions aim to increase your knowledge and confidence to better support learners with dyslexia, autism and hearing impairments.
Education Scotland, Glasgow City Council and SCILT (Scotland's National Centre for Languages) have produced a free online learning resource highlighting the benefits of bilingualism and providing practical strategies that teachers everywhere can use to promote and support bilingualism in their classrooms.
The Bell Foundation has published an ESOL Tutor Resource Pack to support tutors working in the secure estate and in community rehabilitation/probation settings.
These downloadable guides, commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation and developed by Remploy, aim to provide you with an understanding of the potential impact of Autism, Dyslexia and Hearing impairment on learning, and of how to better support learners to achieve their full potential.
BBC Bitesize has launched a new suite of resources focused on adults returning to learning. The Maths Mindset video focuses on five ways to address the feelings and behaviours that could be holding us back when it comes to maths, while the Maths Myths video looks at some of the common things we assume about maths that discourage us from trying in the first place.
The SEND exhibition website is designed to help post-16 learning providers, practitioners, leaders and managers to recognise their key role in improving outcomes for learners with special educational needs and disabilities.
Free online courses from the Open University. Digital skills development courses include: Introduction to cyber security, Take your teaching online, Living with the internet and Simple coding.
Specialist provider of resources for adult beginner readers, Entry level English and ESOL learners, and the award-winning tool to teach reading, Yes We Can Read.
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