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Doing Action Research

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Doing Action Research

This new publication, developed through the Outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment (OTLA) programme, is an accessible and practical guide with lots of real-life examples of #FEresearch. It is available to download free of charge.

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has commissioned over 200 OTLA collaborative projects since 2015, all of which have tackled a wide range of issues relating to teaching, learning and assessment. Each year the ETF offer FE providers the opportunity to apply to take part in an OTLA collaborative project on a specific area of practice. This year (2021-2022) Claire Collins Consultancy on behalf of the ETF will be running an OTLA collaborative project in English, ESOL and Essential Digital Skills.

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