BRITE in Brief. ‘Staffing, Learners and Learning Environments’ 12 January 2006 . Today’s objectives?. To offer a brief explanation of BRITE’s role and to give a summary of the current ‘state of play’ vis-à-vis BRITE’s links with colleges
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‘Staffing, Learners and Learning Environments’
12 January 2006
Advice on teaching and learning strategies (including, but not only assistive technologies)
WebsiteWhat’s on offer through BRITE?
Promoting good practice
Creating links between practitioners /colleges
Modelling Inclusiveness &
Designing and delivering training
Building capacityThe BRITE role in Professional Development
To develop, and add value to, partnerships with other stakeholders in the pursuit of effective transitions and cross-sectoral collaboration to meet students’ needs.
To research, design and demonstrate strategies that lead to the creation of learning environments in which individuals achieve their potential.
- team building
- change management
- action planning
- solution focus
factors in ‘learning space’ design: use of colour/ergonomics acoustics/lighting, etc
accessibility focusSome BRITE examples!
- organisational analysis focused on answering the question -
- How Inclusive is My College?
- yielding a wealth of data and a ‘rich seam’ of ideas
‘Lead by example’
open to all staff in all colleges
staff see/try/apply learning technologies in live situations
Equipment Loan users build confidence and expertise – and then share experience via Virtual StaffroomSome BRITE examples!
To create learning opportunities that are consistently: