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Evidence submitted to the Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning

The Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning issued a call for evidence in July 2012 on the characteristics and features of excellent adult vocational teaching and learning, including examples of effective, innovative and exemplary approaches. Over the following eight months, the Commission secretariat received and catalogued over 250 items of evidence.

All the evidence was reviewed in order to inform the Commission’s summary report It’s about work…, published in March 2013.  Further analysis and synthesis of the evidence will shortly be published as one of the Commission’s supplementary papers. 

In addition, a selection of the evidence, in particular submissions which shine a light on examples of vocational teaching and learning practice, is available below:

The learning and outcomes from the work of over 60 practitioner researchers in the sector during the last four years, supported by LSIS’s Research Development Fellows programme, was also shared with the Commission. Project reports are available on the Excellence Gateway for the Research Development Fellowships and the research support programme specifically for English, Maths and ESOL (SfLLN).