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Find the resources you need quickly, using our Teaching and learning resources finder. The types of resources that we produce include, but are not limited to;
Each guide contains a range of lesson ideas with associated activities that teachers can use with their learners. The guide is structured by learning outcome so the teacher can see how each activity helps them cover the specification.
Focus on how a particular topic is covered at the different key stages or levels within the education system and provide information on the differences in the demand and approach at the different levels and a range of suggested teaching activities.
Task sheets with accompanying teacher instructions. Each offers the teacher a creative way of encouraging their learners to engage with the topic, with individual and group exercises and research activities.
Provide general teacher guidance about a range of potential approaches for delivering a particular topic and can include a number of creative and engaging lesson activities.
These are model answers to exam questions (usually drawn from sample assessment materials), supported by examiner commentary to develop your understanding of assessment.
An e-resource that provides teachers with links to a range of teaching and learning websites and materials, including videos, data sets and other online content to support the teacher with the delivery of their subject.
This Excel-based tool will help teachers and learners make sure the right number and combination of units for their chosen qualification and/or pathway are selected. Teachers also have the option to generate a personal print-out for learner portfolios or other records.
An Excel-based tracking document to help the teacher monitor their learners’ progress throughout the qualification both individually and as a cohort.