Latest news from Move On Up and a chance to get involved in shaping and trialling resources and strategies to support Entry Level learners
‘A key strand of the new Move On Up Project involves building on the pilot Move Up activity which was part of the Move On project. This involved promoting access for learners to Entry 3 qualifications in literacy and numeracy through the work of pilot organisations. The new project will further develop strategies and resources for promotion, engagement and delivery and assessment models for accredited Entry 3 provision, and will support the roll-out of Move Up across the country. A starting point for this is researching the materials and strategies currently used by a wider range of providers.
This questionnaire has been designed to find out more about how you as a tutor or organiser currently deliver provision for learners working at Entry level, particularly at Entry 3. Your feedback will be an essential part of ensuring that the resources and support we plan to deliver in this strand of the Move On Up project best meet your requirements.
The background to the design of this questionnaire is the findings from the Move Up pilot and some key issues taken from a survey of NRDC and NIACE publications. Sample NRDC reports surveyed include the interim findings from effective practice case studies such as A Study of Effective Practice in the Teaching of Reading and reports such as Adult Numeracy: review of research and related literature ( November 2003), Teaching and learning writing: a review of research and practice (June 2004), and ICT and adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL (June 2004).
There are two ways of returning your completed questionnaire. You can e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can post it to the Move On Up office at Tribal CTAD, Tower Street, Taunton TA1 4BH.
We welcome the details of anyone who is interested in being involved in trialling resources and strategies, but if you wish to complete the questionnaire anonymously please just detach the last page before you send it in.
Thank you for your help.’