be followed. The legislations include;
The Children’s Act 1989
The Children’s Act 2004
The Education Act 2002
The Equality Act 2010
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SENDA) Act 2001
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995
United Nations (UN) Convention on Rights of a Child 1989
achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community than would be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education.
2. PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS (SEN)
The psychology of persons with special needs depends...
line a long discussion on how to develop a person becomes a person.
Personal development of the human bears the stamp of his age and individual characteristics that must be considered in the process of education. With age, the nature of the related person, especially his thinking, the range of his inquiries...
PGDE- Educational Psychology
Theory of cognitive development
Theory is based on observation of
his own three children
“Intelligence is an assimilative process”
The main stages of cognitive
I chose the article Identity Stage Resolution in the Prolonged Transition to Adulthood: Development and Validation of the Identity Issues Inventory because it had so much information and facts on identity tasks, transitions to adulthood, social trends, and experimental research. I believe that this article...
Schools as Organisations
1.1 Identify the main types of state and independent schools
Foundation and trust schools
2.1 Describe the characteristics of the different...
HELPING IN SCHOOLS
Course Guide 2012-14
What students say they have gained from the course
At the end of every Helping in Schools course students are invited to fill in an evaluation form. These are some of the answers that students attending...
account of the rights of all individuals and groups within the school as well as considering the ways policies work to ensure equality, inclusion, policies also pay regards to the values and practice which are part of all aspect of school life.
United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Children...
1. What are the main characteristics of literature curricula in secondary education
across six European countries?
2. What paradigm is dominant across six European countries?
The six participating countries filled out a questionnaire about their educational system and
This work is a part of Educational and Learning Psychology. Contents of this paper about the learning experience associated with learning theory. There are five experience of my learning experience that includes:
1. How to use calculator in accounting?
2. How to take care your...
diversity in all aspects of work with children and young people. You will explore how prejudice and discrimination impacts on individuals and groups in a school setting and ways that you can support policies and procedures to break down barriers.
By the end of this unit you will:
understand the importance...
development, known as the patterns of physical growth and maturation of a person is as follows. This can be genetic development, which builds the human characteristics and abilities of a person. Another can be the neurological (brain) development, which includes motor skills, and finally the behaviors from a...
Assessment in Schools.
Reason and purpose for assessment,
Baseline and benchmarking,
Assessment for learning,
Assessment as learning,
Assessment of learning,
Marking, recording and reporting,
Assessment and improving quality of pupils work...
BOOK TITLE: Management of Education and School Administration
AUTHOR: Daudi Timothy Partson (Ph D candidate (2011-2014): University of Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania)
This book is designed to provide undergraduate students in education a key reference for an understanding of administrative, management...
encourage and enhance entrepreneurship, and a recognition that much research needs to be carried out into what makes an entrepreneur and how these characteristics may best be imparted. Dainow (1986) conducted a survey of the entrepreneurship education literature for a ten-year-period, up to 1984. His goal...
Guidance and Counselling
Health and Physical
Distance and Open Learning
Gender Sensitization and
Human Rights and
to the teachers. It emphasis that on perception,recordingof the observatingstudents,classification and Analysis of behavior and Generalization.
Types of Observation:
i. ii. iii. iv. Direct & Indirect Natural & Artificial Scheduled & Unscheduled Participant & Non-participant
THE LIFE-SPAN PERSPECTIVE
All the world’s a stage. And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.
—WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE English Playwright, 17th Century
This book is about human development—its universal...
of data C onclusions
Therefore, research means to observe the phenomena again and again from different dimensions. For example there are many theories of learning due to the observation from different dimensions. The research is a process of which a person observes the phenomena again and again and...