Innovative approaches to teaching English and maths are needed in colleges to face the GCSE reforms introduced.
New reforms from the Government sees students who haven't received at least a grade C at GCSE having to resit their exams to achieve a passing grade.
A panel discussion held at the Festival of Education this week highlighted how maths and English should be embedded into the curriculum and taught in a different way to help students reach their potential.
Members of the panel discussed that it shouldn't just be for specialist teachers to teach the core skills, but should be taught in other courses. They highlighted that key to this is full communication across staff members and looking at innovative approaches to teaching.
The FE sector welcomes teachers from a range of backgrounds and embraces different approaches to teaching. Find out about current opportunities on AoC jobs.