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emerging communities emerging practices. Project Qs. How can we work together to improve teaching and learning, maximise value, minimise costs, improve retention, attainment and achievement, and impress the inspectors? How can we share and develop local resources, practices and ideas?

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Emerging communities emerging practices

emerging communitiesemerging practices

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Project qs
Project Qs

  • How can we work together to improve teaching and learning, maximise value, minimise costs, improve retention, attainment and achievement, and impress the inspectors?

  • How can we share and develop local resources, practices and ideas?

  • How do we get 5 very different 16+ Colleges not only communicating, but collaborating?

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Framework
Framework

  • Present state – future state

  • Flexible framework to enable practitioners to lead

  • Desk based & technical evaluation of Online Learning Environments (OLEs)

  • 4 workshops, over 1 academic year

  • Practitioner lead evaluation of OLE

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Drivers
Drivers

  • Personal interests and gains

  • New & emerging learner expectations

  • Funding

  • Local and national policy frameworks

  • Community: creativity and benefits

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Benefits
Benefits

  • Better resources

  • More effective teaching and learning delivery

  • Personal development

  • Improved efficiency in the long term

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Barriers
Barriers

  • Time

  • Lack of collaborative frameworks

  • Differences in infrastructure and equipment

  • Technical ability and experience

  • Differences in delivery content and styles, organisational cultures

  • Communication and support

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Supports
Supports

  • Time

  • Facilitation & F2F workshops

  • Clear aims, objectives and timetable

  • Communication

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Barriers1
Barriers

  • Time

  • Lack of collaborative frameworks

  • Differences in infrastructure and equipment

  • Technical ability and experience

  • Differences in delivery content and styles, organisational cultures

  • Communication and support

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


Thanks for listening

Thanks for listening!

[email protected]

Josie Fraser

Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College


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