Presentation on theme: "Workforce Development and Mainstreaming e-learning through the Excellence Gateway and the NTLCP Markos Tiris National Teaching and Learning Change Programme."— Presentation transcript:
Workforce Development and Mainstreaming e-learning through the Excellence Gateway and the NTLCP Markos Tiris National Teaching and Learning Change Programme Manager Strategic Reform and Development Directorate
Q. What is the NTLCP? National Teaching and Learning Change Programme Programme previously run by the then Standards Unit
The vision for the Improvement Strategy is that the whole further education system that attracts young people and adults to learning and equips them with the skills and knowledge they need for work and personal fulfilment, transforms communities, increases social justice and is the powerhouse of a high-skills economy. The further education system will be driven increasingly by demand from learners and employers. To fulfil the vision the system needs enterprising and innovative leadership and staff whose motivation and commitment to excellence inspire a culture of learning. The future – Pursuing Excellence
Some key questions…….. If e-learning really has the power to transform learning why isnt it happening? How can we expect teachers, tutors and trainers to keep up with the use of technology? How do we take it from the preserve of enthusiasts into the mainstream?
Some key answers…….. No easy solutions The big question? How to………………………. take e-learning into the mainstream
High quality resources Subject Learning Coaches professional training programme Networking opportunities Improved learner engagement Improved learner motivation Why engage with the National Teaching and Learning Change Programme?
Blended learning approach Web-access e-learning ………………………. Excellence Gateway what does it look like? The future – Communities facilitated by Excellence Gateway
The Adult Learning resource ICT Sport and fitness Modern Foreign Languages Recruitment as subject learning coaches