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Unit seven: Wider professional practice

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Instructions for learners:
Please answer the five questions below using essay format, while answering these questions please ensure you are discussing the points in grids under the relevant question as this is my marking criteria for the unit. Remember to reference fully and ensure you create a bibliography. Question one (word count: 500):

Write a critical reflection on the extent to which learning can contribute to the personal development, economic growth and community regeneration of your learners. * Discuss the contribution of learning to personal development, economic growth and community regeneration.|

Question two (word count: 800 words):
Write an analysis of how relevant government policies and initiatives impact on own role and teaching and learning within the Lifelong Learning Sector. * discuss the implications and impact of government policies on teaching and learning in the Lifelong Learning Sector. | * discuss the roles of regulatory bodies and systems and inspection regimes in the operation of the Lifelong Learning Sector. | * interpret ways to apply relevant statutory requirements and underpinning principles in relation to teaching own area of specialism | * analyse own responsibilities in relation to the above |

Question three (word count: 850):
Provide extracts from their ongoing reflective learning journal which will analyse and evaluate:

A. their understanding of the principles and processes of evaluation including its role in quality assurance. * review and compare a range of principles and approaches to evaluation| * explain differences and the relationship between evaluation and assessment.| * analyse the role of evaluation within quality assurance to inform and promote quality improvement.|

B. their own application of evaluation processes, working with others and their use of data and other feedback for...
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