This issue of TiLL is somewhat different from previous one in that it is a special edition publishing four papers by project teams who were involved in The Education and Training Foundation’s (ETF) funded Outstanding Teaching Learning and Assessment (OTLA) Phase 3 programme in the North East and Cumbria. I had the privilege of being the evaluator for the programme and very early on I offered to publish papers in a special edition of TiLL, and I am delighted that five of the project teams accepted my invitation and submitted their papers for review. In this editorial I want to cover three things: briefly introduce OTLA; make visible what is involved in writing a journal article; tell you more about the four papers we are publishing.
|Number of pages
|Teaching in Lifelong Learning: a journal to inform and improve practice
|Published - 14 Dec 2018
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- Department of Education - Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education
- School of Business, Education and Law
- Huddersfield Centre for Research in Education and Society (HudCRES) - Member