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Unit 009 Understanding Inclusive Learning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning

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Form 2 Assessment front sheet and feedback record
PTLLS Level 4

This form is mandatory
Theory Assessment No: _______________________________________________

Learner name: Kerri McCann____________________________________

Enrolment number:____________________________

Date issued:17/09/2012___________________________________

Date submitted:12/11/2012____________________________________

I confirm that the evidence for this unit is authentic and a true representation of my own work. Learner signature:_________________________

Date:

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Unit 009 Understanding Inclusive Learning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning Key Factors Influencing Inclusive Teaching and Learning
The focus of this assignment is the key factors that influence inclusive teaching and learning and how it is incorporated into my specialist subject area. As individuals we all learn differently, this has been influenced by past educational experiences, study techniques and personal approaches to how we undertake tasks. This can be defined as ‘particular ways of gathering, processing and storing information and experiences’ (Cuthbert, 2005). As all students have a particular style of learning, this knowledge as a teacher enables the inclusion of a variety of tasks within their teaching style. Fleming (2005) stated that people can be grouped into four styles of learning: (Gravells, 2012), Visual, Aural, Read / Write and Kinaesthetic (VARK), with Honey and Mumford (1992) suggesting that learners are a...
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