Examination of factors influencing inclusivelearning
A teaching strategy is defined as a particular set of instructions that encourage a set of desired behaviours from learners. A teaching strategy is a deliberate action of the teacher to vary the way in which their learners work in order to achieve a particular...
Unit 002: Understanding inclusivelearning and teaching in lifelong 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. It is likely that you will be teaching a diverse group...
reason teaching and learning strategies are devised. Teaching strategies are needed to help ease the implication of a variation of teaching methods and techniques. Teaching and learning strategies work in partnership to give a constructive educational journey for both the tutor and learner. .Well known strategies...
Understanding inclusivelearning and teaching in Lifelong Learning.
My aim in this unit is to look at inclusivelearning and teaching in lifelong learning and explore it in the context of teaching Information Technology. I will analyse and evaluate aspects, strategies and approaches to inclusive learning...
Analyse learning and teaching strategies used in own specialism
Strategy | Strengths | Weaknesses |
Group discussion | A good way of exploring a topic in depthUseful to assess a learners knowledge and understanding of the topicAll learners can be encouraged to be involvedDiverse...
6302 Level 3 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Unit 002 Understanding InclusiveLearning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning
1.1 Summarise learning and teaching strategies used in own specialism
As a First Aid Instructor, I deliver a variety...
teaching is delivered. The teaching should be fully inclusive as this subject requires a uniformed standard to be achieved to gain a pass mark, and the teacher should ensure that all students receive maximum input to achieve this. First the environment should be set up so that there is plenty of room for...
Understanding InclusiveLearning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning |
Learner name: | Jessica Bell |
Enrolment number: | |
Date issued: | 23/10/2012 |
Date submitted : | 06/11/2012 |
I confirm that the evidence for this unit is authentic and a true representation of my own work.
Planning and Enabling Learning
I currently work for a private training provider ######### which was formed in January 2010. We are contracted “in-house” to schools delivering Key Skills and Personal and Social Development programmes to enhance learners who have been identified as underachieving...
I as a teacher can encourage and motivate teachers and adults to accommodate learners who are experiencing barriers to learning by encouraging teachers to Promote Positive attitude of both teachers and learners towards one another supporting one another and stand as a united as a school...
findings on inclusivelearning, how to motivate and engagelearners and establishing grounds rules. I am also going to talk about giving constructive feedback and what functional skills are.
Inclusivelearning is focused teaching on the learner as each individual. It’s making the teaching inclusive for each...
Consider ways in which you can provide learning activities which will motivate your learners and analyse both the strengths and limitations of resources available, with particular reference to new and developing technologies. How can functional skills (literacy, numeracy, language and ICT) be improved...
Enabling learning and assessment |
UNIT 4 |
HIND WAHID |
* QUESTION ONE
1 factors affecting learning and the potential impact of these on learners’ achievement:
Learning, as we know, can be considered as the process by which skills, attitudes, knowledge...
less confident students. Questions are also key to plenary sessions as this helps me to assess learning.
Handouts and Gap Fills – I try to limit the use of these but find them useful to reinforce learning or as a quick assessment tool. These also allow students to take work away with them for reference...
for his work on adult learning (andragogy) identified the following principles of developing adults:
* Adults need to be provided with a rationale as to why the learning is taking place
* Adults need to be encouraged to be self-directive and responsible for their learning
* Adults can fully...
|students aged between 16-19 years. The academic levels range between Entry 2 (E2) and Level 2 (L2). As a teacher in the lifelong |
| |learning sector I have various roles and responsibilities. My initial duties are to ensure I fully comprehend and follow the |
Professional Standards for Teachers, Tutors and Trainers in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Teachers in the lifelong learning sector value all learners individually and equally. They are committed to lifelong learning and professional development and strive for continuous improvement through reflective...
about ways to maintain a learningenvironment in which learners feel safe and supported (BK 1.1)
This was my first observation and would count towards the PTLLS module of my PGCE. The session ran for 95 minutes.
The aim of the lesson was to introduce the learners to different aspects of...
The Psychology of Learning and the Art of Teaching
What has recent psychological research taught us about learning and how can we best apply these findings to improve teaching and enhance student learning? Research in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and neurobiology and behavior identified several...
Unit 009/L4 Understanding inclusivelearning and teaching in lifelong learning
1. Understand learning and teaching strategies in lifelong learning.
1.1 Teaching a language involves a variety of strategies. (Reece and Walker, 2006:101) says “the choice of teaching strategy is often related to your...