The Ferl Practitioners’ Programme: The Launch. Transforming Teaching and Learning with ILT. Sarah Knight, Education Officer, Ferl. Introduction.
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Transforming Teaching and Learning with ILT
Sarah Knight, Education Officer, Ferl
The Ferl Practitioners’ Programme is an innovative staff development programme created to equip the teaching, learning resources and learning support staff and technical staff in colleges with the skills essential for harnessing the potential of ILT.
‘Technology does not make a bad teacher a good teacher: what it can do is help teachers do what they already do – but better.’
ILT and Culture Change…
‘ILT places ‘learning’ at the heart of IT; it is a means of supporting best professional practice with information learning technologies to benefit all learners.’
Percentage of staff rated as “competent” or “advanced”
Skills needed by teaching staff:
‘Use ILT to support and enhance rather than replace existing good practice.
…and with a little help from our friends
Ali Close, Project Support Officer, Ferl
Sal Cooke, Development Officer, Ferl
Claire Gill, Becta
Clare Killen, ILT Co-ordinator, Newbury College
Alistair McNaught, Development Officer, Ferl
Geoff Minshull, DirectLearn
Bob Powell, Sector Support Manager, JISC
Ros Smith, Content Officer, Ferl
Paula Taylor, Independent Consultant
Steve Davies and Jan Simpson for their work on the evaluation of the Pilot
FPP Consultation Group members
Practitioners from across the sector for assistance with the video clips
Sue Townsley and Sarah Mulberry, Becta, for print and publishing
Iconography for CD-ROM production
Xube for video production
Pure Interactive for website developmentsOur thanks…
‘As a Network Manager, doing FPP has enabled me to see things differently. It has helped me communicate better with teaching staff and with breaking down barriers.’
‘The programme has opened my eyes to the wealth of possibilities that exist for a lecturer with regard to ILT’.
‘FPP is our ILT staff development’.