Our work on flexible pedagogies investigates new thinking and practices to support the sector in increasing flexible provision.The project Flexible pedagogies:preparing for the future is designed to generate new thinking and practices for an emerging age.
Our flexible pedagogies work aims to:
- provide examples of pedagogical practices likely to contribute to the future empowerment of learners
- recommend how organisations can work towards the implementation of these practices
- present the case studies which informed the project as a resource for the sector
We cover four flexible learning areas:
- employer engagement and work-based learning
- technology-enhanced learning, including online learning
- new thinking in flexible pedagogy
- part-time learning and learners
A series of resources are available as a result of this work, including Professor Ron Barnett’s overarching report which draws on the research and gives further recommendations.
Flexible pedagogies resources:
- Overarching report Conditions of flexibility: securing a more responsive education system
- Reports from the four work strands: