Find out how practitioners used action research to discover the most effective ways to spread and embed effective practice in the use of technology to support Outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment (OTLA).
In 2018 the Education and Training Foundation commissioned a series of OTLA Digital projects. Each project engaged a number of FE providers in a collaborative partnership, and focused on the cascading of effective practice in the improvement of teaching, learning and/or assessment using digital technology.
In the North East and Cumbria, the OTLA programme was led by Success North at Newcastle College, in partnership with ccConsultancy, The Education and Training Consortium / HUDCETT and Skills Digital.
Projects and teams were as follows:
- Study Supporters: unlocking social capital to support outcomes in maths and English – Newcastle College, Carlisle College, Novus
- Digital Educators’ Programme – Gateshead College, North Tyneside Council, YMCA (North Tyneside)
- Empower staff to promote and use digital technologies to meet the diverse needs of learners – Bishop Auckland College, Darlington Borough Council, Darlington College, South West Durham Training
- Digital Community of Practice – South Tyneside Council, AutismAble, Community First North East, Sunderland Home Care, Training and Development Resources
- Engaging staff with using digital technology within teaching, learning and assessment – Gateshead Council, Northumberland County Council, Durham County Council, ALD Hairdressing
You can also find out more by following #digitalETF #OTLAdigital on Twitter.