DIY Learn - Question ladder tool
This toolkit was created for tutors of courses from any discipline. Its aim is to enable tutors to help their students to develop reading and note taking skills.
Understand what data needs to be collected to support HR practices Know how HR data should be recorded, managed and stored Be able to analyse HR information and present findings to inform decision-making
This unit seeks to identify a workplace’s impact on global climate change through its emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), notably carbon dioxide (CO₂), the most common such gas. It will then provide some guidance on how best to reduce that footprint, looking in turn at behavioural and management issues, relatively straightforward physical measures and transport.
The project draws upon the innovative learning and teaching resources developed for the delivery of the Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Theatre and Performing Arts at Rose Bruford College which enable students to study, watch, reflect and interact through the College VLE. It aims to enhance and develop these materials drawing upon the College’s strengths and current research in the area in order to provide a support and enhancement of professional practice to those involved in teaching and supporting learning in the performing arts who will be able to access the material as an Open Educational Resource.
Reflecting on Transitions is a course developed in Scotland, by The Open University in collaboration with Bridges Programmes, to help with the process of reflection for learners from diverse backgrounds in a range of contexts. It is also for front-line staff and those supporting new migrants, refugees and asylum seekers. Bridges Programmes is a specialist agency promoting the social and economic integration of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.
A tool to aid the process of reflection for learners from diverse backgrounds and in a range of contexts.
Here you will finds a link to a variety of courses on The Open University’s OpenLearn website that can help you develop skills if you are new to or returning to learning. There are 40 courses ranging from skills to improve essay writing, to IT and digital skills and preparing to study in English.
This unit is intended to provide a starting point for those teachers of history in secondary schools (11-18 years) wishing to use ICT in history. It can also be linked with Black History month activities.
This programme is made up of four weekly sessions, each of which comprises a learning section followed by a short end-of-week quiz for you to check your learning.
Renting 101 is a free class provided by Tri-CAP, designed to help participants learn the essentials of attaining and maintaining permanent stable housing.