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NRDC have published six new case studies on embedded learning

The following case studies on embedding literacy, language and numeracy are now available from the NRDC website.

Case Study 1
A matter of respect: embedding meaningful
language, literacy and numeracy in a
horticultural programme for learners with
learning difficulties and disabilities

Case Study 2
Doing as learning: ‘It’s not like doing maths at school
– here you know it’s to do with what you’re doing’

Case Study 3
Rites of passage: embedding meaningful language,
literacy and numeracy skills in skilled trades courses
through significant and transforming relationships

Case Study 4
Embodying literacy and making movement literate in
complementary therapy and personal care classes

Case Study 5
A three-strand approach to delivering ESOL through
learning about childcare

Case Study 6
Being a nurse and following new rules: institutional
and professional discourses in a preparatory course
for supervised practice for overseas nurses

Click here to download the case studies and view other recent news from NRDC.

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