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This course has been developed by Rebecca Ferguson, Fereshte Goshtasbpour, Beck Pitt, Simon Ball and Rachel Minay, adapted from material originally written by Tim Coughlan, Simon Ball, Leigh-Anne Perryman and Kate Lister. Course development received support from the Skills for Prosperity Kenya (SfPK) programme.

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Figure 2: "Good Learning Design" was produced by Visual Thinkery for the UK-Aid Funded Skills for Prosperity Kenya programme, and is licensed CC BY 4.0, licenses/ by/ 4.0/

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