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PERSONALISATION : the policy and practice Origins in public sector reform followed by David Miliband MP - Choice and Voice in Personalised Learning DFES.

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2 PERSONALISATION : the policy and practice Origins in public sector reform followed by David Miliband MP - Choice and Voice in Personalised Learning DFES - a National Conversation about Personalised Learning DFES - Learning about Personalisation : how can we put the learner at the heart of the education system LSN - Personalised Learning: meeting individual learner needs LSDA - Personalised learning in the post 16 sector: a preliminary investigation Futurelab - Personalisation and Digital Technologies DFES - Further Education: Raising Skills, Improving Life Chances DFES - Personalising Further Education: Developing a Vision …and many, many more

3 PERSONALISATION IN FE : key elements Responding to the needs of the whole person Seeking and responding to the views of the learner Responding to the needs of local community and employers Raising the ambitions of all learners Supporting every learner to become expert Encouraging individuals to take responsibility Fostering openness and trust RAISED EXPECTATIONS, CHOICE, DIFFERENTIATION LEARNER VOICE

4 LEWISHAM COLLEGE : context 31,000 14,000 2,500: : x x 4 - OUTSTANDING

5 PERSONALISATION AT LC: what it is not Consumer led model A remedial model Do your own thing at your own pace Individualised teaching Limitless unstructured choice so what is it? and whats its relationship to the learner voice?

6 PERSONALISATION : the Lewisham concept: PURPOSE: to promote the agency of the learner Via FRAMEWORK: Initial assessment and placement on a National Qualification bearing course. With the right to learning support if required With access to development opportunities while at college With a duty to contribute to college life With the intention to develop persistence in the learning (the insistence of staff) The requirement to produce own evidence of own development

7 IN ORDER TO PRODUCE LEARNERS WHO ARE: qualified, competent, confident with a sense of consequence & contribution and with the capacity to persist

8 CONTRIBUTION AND AGENCY: why Develop independence Develop givers as well as takers Pro-active learner involvement & voice Helps learners recognise and evidence their development

9 CONTRIBUTION & CONSEQUENCE: how Action Research Group – spreading the word Course & cross college menu – audit and add Engaged Citizenship Initiative Mentoring and Reverse Mentoring Recruitment – staff and contractors Study Buddy, Ambassadors Mediators and Restorative Justice Lewisham Leavers

10 CONTRIBUTION & CONSEQUENCE: benefits Give something back - satisfaction Learning to do things with and for others Recognition and development of skills Increased self esteem and confidence, fun Increased sense of belonging to college and wider community Understand impact of actions on self and others Improves the college and community for all Employability

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