However, it proved difficult to be able to transfer simulations from the CCCs due to the low bandwidth on site. This meant further feedback from learners was limited to the original smartphone simulator.
In light of this bandwidth issue we decided to utilise the CCCs in a different way, developing another questionnaire based on Brookfield’s 4 lens reflective model (OCSLD) (2013) to gather feedback from learners and staff about their role in the design of the simulations.
We began to extend our professional network and signed up to present a session at a Digital Sprint CPD conference hosted by the LTE Group,
We also took part in a dedicated Twitter chat as part of a weekly #ukfechat. Our topic was simulation use and digital skills learning in prison: