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Skills for Life: Improving Teaching, Learning and Quality

Inspection & Quality
Skills for Life Network

Tips on improving teaching, learning and quality linked to the main findings of the Ofsted and ALI Survey of 2003

Visit the LSDA website to find information on improving Skills for Life: teaching, learning and quality. You will find documents relating to:

  • Observation of Teaching and Learning: Quality Criteria
  • How to Teach an Outstanding Lesson
  • How to improve your self assessment and inspection grades
  • Top tips for vocational teachers embedding LLN
  • Top tips for managers embedding LLN

 

You can also access the main findings of the Ofsted and ALI Survey of Current Practice in Post-16 Literacy, Numeracy and English for Speakers of other Languages, published in September 2003.

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