This assignment has been written to evaluate Unit 2: Planning and Enabling Learning for the DTLLS Course at level 5. It has been divided into four sections: a-) negotiating with learners, b-) inclusive learning, c-) integrating functional skills into own subject area (language, literacy...
starting point for this is the curriculum and the processes of learning and teaching. Assessment is integral to the planning process and is a tool for reflection on programme construction and teaching. Assessment measures the success of learning, teaching and achievement and guides the next steps to be achieved...
Planning and Enabling Learning
In this assignment, I will discuss the four main subject areas in planning and enabling learning. I will discuss the method of research to be used within these areas. These areas are: negotiating with learners; inclusive learning; integrating functional skills; and...
Unit 2: Planning and Enabling Learning
There have been many government led reports on the benefits of integrating learners with LDD's into mainstream education.
In a teaching role today it is almost inevitable that we will be faced with managing a classroom of students who have a range of learning...
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writing or speaking. The learning is individualised to suit individual requirements and abilities.
Roles, responsibilities and boundaries are evolving qualities within the teacher which are assessed and reflected upon using the teaching cycle; a cycle of assessment, planning and review. The main role...
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aspects that support the four language skills above such as : grammar, vocabulary, spelling and pronunciation are also taught in English teaching and learning process.
Students can improve their listening skills and gain valuable language input through a combination of listening material and procedures...
Three key learning processes
Three processes are central to learning in English. They are: reflection, negotiation and collaboration. When students are able to use the three processes, they not only learn much more effectively, but they also gain valuable thinking and communication skills that will...
Evaluating Learning Programmes
On completion of this unit a learner should:
1 understand the principles of evaluating learning programmes
2 understand and use appropriate evaluation methods
3 understand how to collect and analyse data for the purpose of evaluating learning programmes
role as a facilitator who acts as a mentor and facilitates the students own self-directed learning and development, drawing out their potential. The third role, which follows from these is that of assessor, to evaluate the effectiveness and outcomes of both the student and the curriculum. In order to perform...
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Assessment for learning
What is assessment for learning?
Assessment for learning – sometimes called formative assessment – involves teachers and learners using assessment to improve learning. It is about assessing progress and analysing...
The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ awareness of different forms of communication used in health and social care settings and its importance for effective service delivery.
Learners will investigate the communication processes in health and social...
personal development planning in higher education
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Unit 4 – Theories and Principles for Preparing
and Enabling Learning
In the following essay, the author will identify some relevant theories and principles of learning and communication, select and critically analyse the impact of two of these theories on his own teaching...
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...
Principles of Assessment in Lifelong learning
1.1: Explain the types of assessment used in lifelong learning.
To ‘Measure (assess) the breadth and depth of learning’ (Geoff Petty 1998)
I, as a teacher must ensure that my students will understand the targets and goals set for them. This is achieved by...
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