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Managing School Networks

Everything you need to know about network learning communities, as told by the experts. Find out about how pooling resources and knowledge opens up new ways to teach and to learn.

There are 4 videos in this series.

15 mins A-Z of Network Learning (Primary)
With Networked Learning firmly on the agenda as one of the ways of raising standards, this programme reveals how ideas can transfer effectively from one school to another and how communication can take place across a network.
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15 mins Establishing a Network (Primary)
In 2002 the National College of School Leadership (NCSL) launched its networking learning communities project. They funded networks across the country, in the hope that collaboration between schools would improve results at Key Stage 2 which had hit a ...
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15 mins Starting Up (Secondary)
In this programme, Gene Payne, assistant director of the National College for School Leadership's Networked Learning Group, reviews some of the basic features of an effective learning network.
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15 mins Cross-Phase Collaboration (Secondary)
Gene Payne, assistant director of the National College for School Leadership's Networked Learning Group, talks to representatives of one of Bedfordshire's learning communities about the strong cross-phase focus of their network.
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