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PGCE - Greenwich Uni - Subject specialism - Key Skills

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by SuzannaJohn74, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. I am just going in to my second year of my PGCE through Greenwich Uni and was wondering if there is anyone else out there with the specialism in Key Skills? Part of my assignment is to contribute to an online discussion board about my specialism, and would like anyone to provide any advice on the subject in hand.

    Where do you find the best resources are for the literacy and numeracy elements of the key skills? I deliver my training to the Infantry Soldiers in the Army and all different resources are most welcome.



    I look forward to getting some replies.



    Su xx
     
  2. I am just going in to my second year of my PGCE through Greenwich Uni and was wondering if there is anyone else out there with the specialism in Key Skills? Part of my assignment is to contribute to an online discussion board about my specialism, and would like anyone to provide any advice on the subject in hand.

    Where do you find the best resources are for the literacy and numeracy elements of the key skills? I deliver my training to the Infantry Soldiers in the Army and all different resources are most welcome.



    I look forward to getting some replies.



    Su xx
     

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