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  • 1. New ECC e-Learning Materials from ALPAs some providers will be aware for the last 12 months The Association of Learning Providers have been working on 3 Skills Funding Agencyfunded e-Learning Content Creation pilot projects. These projects are now complete and the results of their efforts are now freely available toall WBL providers from the JorumOpen repository. The projects have produced e-learning material for the Care sector, for Initial TeacherTraining and Functional Skills. The e-learning materials for Care, created by a consortium led by Voyage Care/Embrace Learning which includedBILD, NATSPEC, and Headway as consortium members with support from TechDis and JISC Advance RSC’s. The materials focus on the needs ofstaff who work with learners with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities (LDD). There are 12 modules of interactive learning material available in 2distinct formats with each module available as a full e-learning experience or as a revision/update version designed for use on mobile devices.Resource Title Download Link e-Learning VersionAcquired Brain Injury Awareness of Alcohol and Substance Misuse Awareness Awareness Individuals with Autism People with Aspergers Syndrome People with Cerebral Palsy people with Diabetes Mellitus People with Down Syndrome People with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Needs an Individual with Learning Disabilities the Role of the Personal Assistant 1
  • 2. N.B To view the mobile versions at their best download the Apple web browser Safari, which is a free download and works on any PC.Resource Title Download Link Mobile-Learning Version for use with Apple Safari BrowserAcquired Brain Injury Awareness of Alcohol and Substance Misuse Awareness Awareness People with Autism People with Aspergers Syndrome People with Cerebral Palsy people with Diabetes Mellitus People with Down Syndrome People with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Needs an Individual with Learning Disabilities the Role of the Personal Assistant the links above were accurate at the time of creating this document if any link does not work the modules can be downloaded from (See instructions below). To view the full list of modules use the search facility puttingVoyage in the search box. The mobile versions are clearly identified as M-Learning with the others identified as E-Learning. 2
  • 3. The Initial Teacher Training resources were created by a consortium led by Nuneaton Training centre and Hibernia College with input frommany other contributing organisations. The materials cover a wide range of the required subjects for PTLLS, CTLLS and DTLLS. There are 24modules the majority of which contain 5 contributing lessons with 117 lessons in all. The subjects of the modules are:Title Module Download link Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Lesson 1: The Role of the Teacher Lesson 2: Planning and Preparing for Teaching Lesson 3: Motivating Learners and Managing Behaviour Lesson 4: Assessment Strategies and Feedback Lesson 5: Evaluating Teaching and Learning Through Reflective Practice CTLLS Module 1: Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning Lesson 1: Initial Assessment: Meeting Learners’ Needs Lesson 2: Planning for Inclusive Teaching and Learning (M) Lesson 3: Developing Resources Using Emerging Technologies Lesson 4: Communication and Minimum Core CTLLS Module 2: Enabling Learning and AssessmentCTLLS Lesson 1: Principles of Assessment (M) Lesson 2: Assessment Strategies Lesson 3: Feedback CTLLS Module 3: Equality & Diversity Lesson 1: Key Features of a Culture that Promotes Equality and Values Diversity Lesson 2: Relevant Legislation, Employment Regulations, Policies and Codes of Practice (O) Lesson 3: Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity Lesson 4: Demonstrating Appropriate Behaviour Lesson 5: Reviewing Your Contribution to Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity 3
  • 4. CTLLS Module 4: Managing Behaviours in the Learning Environment Lesson 1: Defining Challenging Behaviour Lesson 2: Reasons Behind Poor Behaviour (O) Lesson 3: Teacher Behaviour and the Impact on Learners Lesson 4: Motivation Lesson 5: Rules and Parameters CTLLS Module 5: The Coaching and Mentoring Role Lesson 1: Roles and Responsibilities of the Coach and Mentor Lesson 2: Developing an Effective Coaching and Mentoring Relationship Lesson 3: The Stages of Progression in an Effective Coaching and Mentoring (O) Relationship Lesson 4: Reviewing the Learner’s Progress and Achievements Lesson 5: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Your Own Practice DTLLS Module 1: Planning and Preparing to Teach Lesson 1: Roles and Responsibilities of the Teacher Lesson 2: Planning for Teaching and Learning (M) Lesson 3:Individualised Learning Lesson 4: Communication and Motivation Lesson 5: Planning for Assessment DTLLS Module 2: Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning Lesson 1: Introduction to Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling LearningDTLLS Lesson 2: Theory in Practice for teaching in your area (M) Lesson 3: Theory in Practice for Inclusion Lesson 4: Theory in Practice and the Minimum Core Lesson 5: Theory in Practice for Development 4
  • 5. DTLLS Module 3: Enabling Learning and Assessment Lesson 1: The Role and Purpose of Assessment Lesson 2: Planning Assessment Strategies (M) Lesson 3: Providing Effective Feedback Lesson 4: Evaluating Assessment Practice DTLLS Module 4:Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice Lesson 1: Introduction to Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice Lesson 2: Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice: Theories and Approaches (M) Lesson 3: Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice and Inclusion Lesson 4: Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice in Context Lesson 5: Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice and Application DTLLS Module 5: Continuing Personal and Professional Development Lesson 1: Professional Identity and Feedback Signals Lesson 2: Reflective Practice Models (M) Lesson 3:Impact of Reflection on Learners and Others Lesson 4: Being Evaluative Lesson 5: Impact on Your Practice and Future Action Plans DTLLS Module 6: Wider Professional Practice Lesson 1: Professionalism Lesson 2: Quality Management (M) Lesson 3: Outside Agencies for Quality Assurance Lesson 4: The Value of Learning for Personal Development Lesson 5: Writing and Presenting a Piece of Academic Writing or a Report 5
  • 6. DTLLS Module 7: Embedding Literacy and Numeracy Skills for Non Specialists Lesson 1: Activities and Approaches that Promote Collaborative Learning Lesson 2: Examining Own Skills in Literacy, Language and Numeracy Lesson 3:Teaching and Learning Techniques, Behaviour Management and Creating a Motivating Environment (O) Lesson 4: Effective Resources to Develop Literacy and Support Programme Requirements Lesson 5: Effective Resources to Develop Numeracy and Support Programme Requirements DTLLS Module 8: Resources for Teaching and Learning Lesson 1: Effective and Inclusive Use of Resources for Teaching and Learning Lesson 2: Audiovisual Resources (O) Lesson 3: Technology as a Resource Lesson 4: Games, Quizzes and Activities Lesson 5: Making the Most of Your Resources DTLLS Module 9: Embedding ILT into the Curriculum Lesson 1: Legal Implications, Accessibility and e-Safety Lesson 2: Professional Development Needs, Setting Targets and Evaluating Current Practices (O) Lesson 3: Making Selective use of ILT and using Web 2.0 Applications Lesson 4: Mobile Learning, Audio and Video Lesson 5: e-Portfolios and Using ILT for Assessment DTLLS Module 10: Teaching Employability Skills Lesson 1: The Employability Initiative Lesson 2: Innovative Techniques and Resources for Teaching and Assessing Employability Skills (O) Lesson 3: What Employers Want Lesson 4: Group Contracts, Energisers and Employment Skills Versus Employability Skills Lesson 5: Reviewing and Evaluating Your Own Strengths and Weaknesses 6
  • 7. DTLLS Module 11: The Lifelong Learning Sector Lesson 1: The Development of the Lifelong Learning Sector Lesson 2: The Learners in the Sector and the Challenges They Face (O) Lesson 3: The Locations That We Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Lesson 4: The Impact of Changes in the Sector on Tutors and Learners Lesson 5: The Role of Tutors and the Purpose of Education and Training DTLLS Module 12: Inclusive Practice Lesson 1: Factors that Influence Learning Lesson 2: How Legislation Related to Inclusive Practice Impacts on Organisations (O) Lesson 3: Roles and Responsibilities in Relation to Inclusive Practice Lesson 4: How to Manage an Inclusive Learning Environment Lesson 5: How to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Own Inclusive Practice DTLLS Module 13: Action Learning to Support Development of Subject Specialist Pedagogy Lesson 1: Identifying an Area of Interest Lesson 2: Investigating Current Good Practice in Your Subject Specialist Area (O) Lesson 3: Action Learning Sets Lesson 4: Translating Learning from Investigation into Practice Lesson 5: Presenting your Findings DTLLS Module 14: Effective Partnership Working in the Teaching and Learning Context Lesson 1: Understanding Partnerships Lesson 2: Structure and Management of Partnerships (O) Lesson 3: Effective Communication in Partnerships Lesson 4: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Partnership Lesson 5: Sustaining Partnerships 7
  • 8. DTLLS Module 15: Literacy Theories and Frameworks Lesson 1: Lexis Lesson 2: Sentence-level Grammar (L) Lesson 3: Phonology Lesson 4: Text and Discourse Lesson 5: Theories of Literacy learning DTLLS Module 16: Literacy Learning and Teaching Lesson 1: Planning Lesson 2: Effective Literacy and Language Approaches (L) Lesson 3: Language Frameworks Lesson 4: Inclusive Approaches Lesson 5: Assessment and Reflection on Professional Practice DTLLS Module 17: Literacy and the Learners Lesson 1: Historical Changes in English Lesson 2: Analysis of Personal, Social and Cultural Factors Influencing Development (L) Lesson 3: Standard English Lesson 4: Language Change Lesson 5: Support for Learners Additional Optional Module: Application of New and Emerging Technologies within the Curriculum Lesson 1: What is e-Enabled Learning? Lesson 2: Technologies for e-Enabled Learning Lesson 3: Application of Learning Theories to e-Enabled Learning Lesson 4: Web 2.0 and Community Building Lesson 5: e-Enabled Assessment Lesson 6: Teacher Competency and e-Enabled Learning M- Mandatory, O – Optional and L - Literacy 8
  • 9. If the download links above do not for any reason connect directly to the material these lessons can be downloaded from see instructions below. To view the full list of lessons use the search facility puttingHibernia in the search box. The lessons are individually downloadable so the search should list 117 titles.The Functional Skills resource was created by a consortium led by League Football Education, Spotiv8 and Kineo with contributions from otherorganisations and support from JISC Advance RSC North West. The resource consists of 8 modules themed around sport and the 2012Olympics & Paralympics. This should ensure that the material appeals to a wide range of learners. The 8 modules cover functional skills fromEntry Level 1 to Level 2. Each module contains interactive learning material with exercises and quizzes supported by a Kit Bag function. Thiscontains links to Learn It tutorials covering all the basic requirements of functional skills via animations/video clips, a word search facility (alittle like a thesaurus), an on-screen calculator etc. The module titles are:Resource Title Download LinkModule 1: Getting Started 2: Living Together 3: Health & Well Being 4: Fitness 5: Growing Confidence 6: Building a Profile 7: Injuries & Setbacks 8: Reality Check modules can be downloaded from Jorum Open using the above individual linksN.B If the system brings up an error message when you have clicked the preview box please ignore it as this is a temporary glitch in thesystem.To download any module just click on the Download Package button, which appears when you have identified/clicked on the module you wishto download. The system will request a destination e-mail address and send a dedicated link to this address, which is live for 48 hours. 9
  • 10. As stated above these materials are available to all providers under a creative commons license, which means that providers are free to usethem and include them in their delivery in any way that enhances delivery. Some aspects of the materials can be re-purposed to more closelyfit a specific delivery pattern if you need to know how to do this or need to ask any questions how best to integrate the materials into yourdelivery the advisers at the JISC Advance RSC’s including RSC South West would be only too happy to help.David Rowe e-Learning Adviser WBLJISC-RSC South West , Exeter College. Room S/10, Greystone House. Hele Road. Exeter. EX4 4JS.Tel. 01392 205472. Mob: 07809594850e-Mail: 10