Extending learning opportunities: a framework for self-evaluation in study support
Leith, L., Wilson, D., Moore, J., Gammie, H. and Kirwan, A. 2011. Extending learning opportunities: a framework for self-evaluation in study support. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
|Authors||Leith, L., Wilson, D., Moore, J., Gammie, H. and Kirwan, A.|
|Contributors||Vardy, S. and Seez, N.|
The Extending Learning Opportunities (ELO) framework for selfevaluation in study support is a tool to use when quality assuring learning opportunities for children and young people outside of normal lesson time. This framework is a revised edition of the ELO (2009) DCSF publication.
It provides a framework for all schools, and school consortiums including Complementary Supplementary Schools, Children’s Centres, Playing for Success (PfS) centres, Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and organisations such as libraries, museums, galleries, theatres, including youth and community/volunteer projects that offer a structured learning programmes to young people, to extend and enhance their provision and so to improve their outcomes. It is based on self–evaluation and sets out criteria against which schools, HEIs and other organisations, can review their extended provision, the planning and practices which support it and the overall ethos which supports learning. The criteria, which take the form of Key Indicators, are at three levels: Emerged, Established and Advanced.
|Publisher||Canterbury Christ Church University|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||15 May 2012|
|Place of publication||Canterbury|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/9781899253890|
|Funder||Department for Education|
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