Category Archives: Teaching and Learning

Bathodynnau digidol – Beth yw’r pwynt? Karen Pontin, Ymgynghorydd ColegauCymru

Nid yw’n bosibl, yn gymesur, nac yn synhwyrol i gael holl addysg wedi’u achredu gan Sefydliad Dyfarnu.  Mae ennill achrediad yn her ac ar gontractau a phrosiectau megis y rhaglen DPP ColegauCymru, yn aml nid oes cyllid nag amser ar … Continue reading

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Digital Badges: What’s the point? By Karen Pontin, ColegauCymru / CollegesWales Consultant

It is not possible, proportionate or sensible to have all learning accredited by an Awarding Organisation. Gaining accreditation is a challenge and on contracts and projects such as the ColegauCymru/CollegesWales CPD programme, funding and timescales often don’t allow for it. … Continue reading

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Learning from near and far to extend the horizons of bilingual education

Arwel Williams, Bilingualism Manager at Coleg Gwent, considers creative opportunities to embed bilingualism in post 16 education, learning from experts and peers from near and far.   Bilingualism and teaching and learning go hand in hand and we see in … Continue reading

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Dysgu o bell ac agos i ymestyn gorwelion addysg ddwyieithog

Arwel Williams, Rheolwr Dwyieithrwydd Coleg Gwent, sy’n son yma am gyfleoedd creadigol i ymwreiddio dwyieithrwydd yn addysg a hyfforddiant ôl 16, gan ddysgu o arbenigwyr a chymheiriaid o bell ac agos.     Mae dysgu ac addysgu a dwyieithrwydd yn mynd … Continue reading

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International Teaching and Learning Conference

Sue Snowball, formerly Learning and Organisational Development Manager at Coleg Gwent and now lead organiser of ColegauCymru’s international teaching and learning conference, shares insights on the development and purposes of the conference.   When I was asked in November to … Continue reading

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Supported Experiments Dissemination Event 2014: What can the wider FE sector learn from Wales?

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  It turns out, quite a lot. I was lucky enough to act as MC for this inspiring event during March 2014 in the heart of Wales and it struck me throughout that Wales has created an…

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The tale of a twinkly man with a kindly disposition

There once was a “twinkly man with a kindly disposition” who took a chance on a young lad just out of prison. He enrolled him on a course at the college though the course was technically full and the lad … Continue reading

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