Supported independent study

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Hopwood Hall College

  • Realised we need to own the problem in order to solve it.
  • Excited for the new academic year; new possibilities and tools to add to my repertoire!
  • Thinking about the root and cause of issues, language use: conversations with learners rather than challenges.
  • Session was useful and relevant to what we do. Handout with pedagogy activities on will be useful to reflect on.
  • Looking forward to changes that will come about as a result of this session.
  • Eye-opening.
  • I would like to create a more welcoming environment for learners.
  • The trainer had extensive knowledge in the subject, and provided very useful information.
  • The curtains being opened with new possibilities of a fresh day.
  • [I need to] Speak more directly to the learners on a one-to-one basis.
  • Incredibly useful.
  • Thinking about ways to present toe iLearn sessions differently and convey the importance of them.
  • Superb!
  • [I need to] Look at how our mindset impacts on learning; change our approach.
  • Thank you once again for a thought-provoking session that has given us much needed input and ideas.
  • The session helped us to identify our own departmental issues and as a result we’ll now look into making changes to our attitude to learners and their behaviour as to not seem as antagonistic.
  • Session was fantastic. A great session that has enabled us to identify where we need to be and sown the seeds of how we get there.
  • I really enjoyed it and I am excited to see what will become of this session.
  • [I need to] Create a better/different induction to achieve the iLearn sessions being valued and helping learners wanting to be there to complete work.
  • This session has helped very much and what I would do differently would be to find the root cause and to work from there.
  • You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink it. [I need to] Think more about my actions upon learners and how they feel in our centres. Thinking about wider staff understanding of iLearn or blended learning.


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