Happy Diwali to everyone – today is Diwali and Hindus around the world are celebrating the return of Rama and Sita from exile as told in the Ramayana.
Guardian Teach has an excellent resource to use – have a look and if you wish to leave a comment below on how you have used it – feel free!
Welcome to the brand new Research and Innovation Blog Page.
In this blog we intend to highlight educational research which may be of use to you in your role within the organisation.
We will also promote our in-house research publication Research Round-Up which is a bi-monthly digest that collates and summarises national and international educational research and statistical reports. Summaries within Research Round-Up are organised by topic area and there are hyperlinks to the full reports.
Any feedback, suggestions or questions would be gratefully received.
I’ve added a new section to the CFE Emerging Practice section of the Modern Langauges National Glow Group where practitioners can post any work they are doing on Assessment and Moderation. Many thanks go to Lochend Community High School for sharing the materials they have developed in the Languages and Communication faculty to help plan a coherent approach to curriculum, assessment and moderation . It is always interesting and helpful to see how different departments and faculties are coming together to discuss and share the standards, so if you have anything you would like to contribute, please get posting!
To access Lochend’s materials please click here. You will need your Glow password.
Scotland’s renewables sector has received another jobs boost as major companies continue to invest.
The Korean firm ‘Doosan’ intends to locate its research and development centre for renewables at its current site in Renfrew, creating up to 200 jobs.
They are also in talks with Scottish Enterprise to set up manufacturing and assembly facilities in Scotland – its favoured location for wind turbine development and production. Doosan expects its offshore wind plans in Scotland to create up to 1,700 new jobs.
Steel Engineering, also based in Renfrew, aims to create 120 jobs by expanding its business servicing a range of clean energy sectors, including offshore wind, wave and tidal power.
They are also in talks with Skills Development Scotland about developing a training school with Anniesland College in Glasgow.
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To investigate the Renewables context on STEM Central click here.