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Offender Learning Exhibition Website

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This section of the Excellence Gateway has resources to support maths, English, ESOL and ICT teaching and learning, with a focus on working with offenders. The site offers a range of case studies and resources. Resources are grouped under the key themes, as identified by sector providers:

  • Working in offender learning
  • Teaching and learning
  • Leadership and management
  • Employers and employability

New resources to the site include:

  • Offender learning management development ebook
  • Offender learning – a career of choice
  • International perspectives on prison education: reducing reoffending
  • Supporting communication – practical techniques for vocational trainers
  • Distance learning and Open University learner journey
  • Maths and English levels chart
  • Exploring active learning and peer mentoring for maths videos
  • Unlocking maths guide for the secure estate

Visit the Offender Learning Exhibition website

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