Education Partnership North East’s curriculum and support staff have developed innovative online learning methods for students to continue their studies at home, be engaged and motivated in their learning and to provide ongoing support.
Animal Management lecturers Leah O’Callaghan and Brooke Nisbet have recorded step-by-step videos showing Level 1-3 learners the correct way to carry out a practical animal health check on a variety of species.
The videos, uploaded to Canvas and Bright Space, will be followed by a health check list so students can carry out their own checks on animals at home which will be uploaded.
I am excited to make some enriching toys for my dogs and rabbit; I know it will mentally stimulate both myself and the animals.”
Bridging the knowledge gap of video editing and uploading videos to Canvas. A private YouTube channel was created with links sent to students.
Difficulty accessing animals and habitats are they are on site.
Following the cancellation of summer exams, the education sector has been working hard to provide a fair and accurate grading system for students.
Education Partnership North East is supporting its employees to develop their professional skills and knowledge in a new and innovative way.
July 2, 2020
Education Partnership North East’s colleges have committed to offering free meals to their most vulnerable students over the summer.
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