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High Quality Learning

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by manda1875, May 9, 2011.

  1. manda1875

    manda1875 New commenter

    Yes that is what I meant! That has taught me - proof read all posts!
    Any other ideas?
  2. What do you need it for? Application? What sort of Job/setting? Don't have to say but if it is a letter consider quality learning requirements of those you are applying to teach. Drop in a hint of innovation and the impact of what you have achieved.an example followed by impact can read well.
  3. manda1875

    manda1875 New commenter

    It is for a presentation! Stuck for some ideas
  4. Always good to have something to show and pass around. Maybe start with overriding principles then give case study or piece of action research. Better to have something to link principals to and real life eg's or else audience glaze, especially if you are not speaking until late or 6th in queue.

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