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New ways of seeing into and making changes to teaching, learning and assessment practices

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ecologies of practice architectures

David Powell, Director of The Education and Training Consortium, writes on how the theories of practice architectures and ecologies of practices can enable us to understand teaching, learning and assessment differently and to transform our own practices.

He describes how these theories can be applied within the context of GCSE re-sits, and outlines how over 40 education and training providers participating in the North East and Cumbria Outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment (OTLA) are using the theories in 13 projects to develop and share approaches for ensuring outstanding practice across a range of contexts and topics.

Download the article “Practice architectures and ecologies of practices: new ways of seeing into and making changes to teaching, learning and assessment practices” by David Powell, Director, The Education and Training Consortium.

Find out more about the North East and Cumbria OTLA

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