Learning Environments: What Paul Saw

Paul Warren @paulw_learn has generously donated some of his time to the CPD team at Reading College. He was set the challenge of making visits to areas of the college on the hunt for great learning environments and this is what he saw:

Floor A

On the first floor there’s some interesting representations of the wonderful staff who work in LLDD

Image 1This is a great way of showcasing learners’ work whilst also creating a welcoming environment.
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It’s always positive to showcase learners’ work in this way so that they can feel proud of their efforts and their work is made available for others to see.

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Displays related to student behaviours are important for learners at the start of the year.

Floor B

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Up on Floor B, you can see some excellent recognition of the outstanding Teaching and Learning that goes on here at Reading College.

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There’s a testament to Reading College’s passion for using technology, and a reminder of Activate Learning’s inspiring Learning Philosophy.

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Our brilliant students’ work is represented by contributions from Foundation Studies in Art, Design and Media

Floor C

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Floor C had lots to offer in terms of representing the all-important English and maths, learner mindset as well as learner voice.

Floor D

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Floor D had displays related to progression, English and maths and celebrating success as well as displaying learners’ work.

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