Reflect issue 10
Reflect issue 10 was published in March 2008.
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- ESOL today: politics, pedagogy and performance measurement
- Linking language to work: new routes for learners
- Prison provision: coping with increasing demand
Jo Fisher, Jackie Harvey and Judy Fitt
- The 50-language challenge
Interview: Sue Saxton
- It's not just the numbers
- English for Work-the qualification for ESOL learner employees
Neena Julka and Anders Timms
- Troika: a three-handed approach
- e-learning for ESOL
Jo Kirby and Jenny Hunt
- More on 'More than a language...'
- Where were you last week?
- Putting it into practice
Maggie Galliers and Louise Hazel
- Empowerment through mathematics in the workplace
- Transforming knowledge into practice: making the evidence count
- Listening and responding - revising the core curricula
- Seeing yourself in print
David Mallows and Anne Chester, with Vicky Duckworth
- Learning in disguise
- Crossing the Rubicon - learner motivation and persistence
Books: Brian Street on Measures of success; Jane Mace on Developing adult literacy; Margaret Siudek on ESOL: the context for the UK today; Pam Frame on A critical history of ESOL.
Research: Alice MacGregor on Effective learning for adults with learning difficulties.
Prime sites: Brian Creese on the National Learning Network
- Obituary: Roy Kwabena
- NRDC in print