"Exceptional Learners" Essays and Research Papers

  • Exceptional Learners

    should be suitable for all learners, wheelchair users someone with crutches, Coat’s behind chairs and bag’s under the table. There are many guidelines for you to follow such as working with vulnerable adults in order to do so you will need a criminal record bureau [CRB] this is used so your work place knows your back ground. When you become a teacher “Assume Nothing” you have to be fair to all your learners by assessing them individually. It is important that all learners feel comfortable and confident...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education and Learners

    behaviours expected of members for the benefit of learners and employers it is to ensure that the code of conduct is adhered to and incorporated within teaching. IfL is the independent professional body for teachers and trainers in further education (FE) an skills. As a teacher I would comply with the proffesional accreditation in order to meet the needs of learners, it would increase my status as a teacher by complying with the act by adhereing to learners Integrity, Respect, Care, Practice, Disclosure...

    Behavior, Choruses in Hong Kong, Education 1993  Words | 6  Pages

  • Describe and Justify the Ways in Which Written and/or Oral Feedback Is Given to a Learner.

    Task 3 Describe and justify the ways in which written and/or oral feedback is given to a learner. Discuss how feedback and target setting promote learner progress and achievement, whilst maintaining or increasing the confidence of the learner. At Link into Learning learners meet with their tutor every six weeks in order to review their progress. The following case study is an illustration of one such review. M is a 24 year old female currently working as a health care assistant. M is dyslexic...

    Knowledge, Learners, Learning 787  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Establish Rules with Learners to Promote Respect for Others

    |City & gilds 6302 LEVEL 4 – pttls - UNIT 009 | |Explain how to establish rules with learners to promote respect for others | | | | ...

    Education, Learners, Learning 737  Words | 3  Pages

  • Roles and Responsibilities of a Tutor

    It is the role of a teacher to ensure that the learner achieves the qualification that they are working towards and gains relevant skills in a way that fits their learning needs, meets the requirements set by the awarding body, meets the demands of employees, and does so with time and financial efficiency. Within my role I recruit, select and train volunteers in a variety of subjects who then go on to support local families within their own homes. Some of our volunteers choose to get there learning...

    Data Protection Act 1998, Education, Educational psychology 2449  Words | 7  Pages

  • Understanding and Managing Behaviour in the Learning Environment

    environment. As teachers, we have a duty of care to understand and be aware of the current legislation that can have an influence on the management of behaviour in the learning environment. Managing behaviour is an area that can determine that all learners have the right to achieve; therefore, it is important that we understand the legal implications fully in an educational institute. Below is an example of these policies that are relevant to my own teaching. The Equality Act 2010 (The Equality Act...

    Education, Educational psychology, Human behavior 2761  Words | 12  Pages

  • Ittt Unit 1

    classes). Teaching is a vocational track, you must have a penchant for this, just as Art, Music or Dance require. d) Interaction: The teacher must be able to sync with his students in order to take them where he wants them. Especially with young learners, you must get to know each one to be able to interact and lead them in a way they accept, and learn from it. Also, each class may require a certain type of interaction / teaching / playing, and knowing how to approach them means success or failure...

    Activity, Education, Learners 1562  Words | 5  Pages

  • ETH203Q ASS 2 STUDENT NO 54243556 UNIQUE NO 607386

    uniqueness Each and every learner is unique and different, they have their own though, feelings, emotions and inner values, they have their own way of dealing with others therefore teachers should help learners in the process of figuring out their self-worth, qualities which makes them different and unique and separates them from everyone else. Educators should show respect, courtesy and patience to the learners and their values just as they would like to be respected in return. Learners have to develop and...

    Accept, Education, Emotion 1274  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ptlls Level 3 6302

    Account This is a reflective account explaining my role and responsibilities as a teacher/instructor in relation to the following: a) Promoting equality and valuing diversity. b) Lifelong learning. c) Identifying and meeting the needs of learners. d) Other professionals. e) Maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment. a) Promoting equality and valuing diversity It’s a common misconception that equality is about treating everyone the same. Equality is about giving...

    Education, Educational psychology, Learners 754  Words | 3  Pages

  • undestanding specificneeds in health and social care

    © OCR 2013 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA A pass grade is achieved by meeting all the requirements in the assessment criteria. Learning Outcome (LO) The Learner will: Pass The assessment criteria are the pass requirements for this unit. The Learner can: LO1 Understand perceptions of health, disability, illness and behaviour 1.1 analyse concepts of health, disability, illness and behaviour in relation to users of health and social care services 1.2 assess how perceptions...

    Behavior, Health care, Human behavior 1228  Words | 7  Pages

  • VTCT Unit UV30563 Marked Completed

    provide a measurable way of planning and supporting students’ progress. Assessment is carried out by means of checks and tests carried out throughout the course. Assessors should provide feedback throughout ensuring that learning is occurring and the learner is at the correct level. It is also important that assessor’s decisions are also consistently reviewed and internally and externally verified. Assessors must work within the boundaries of the law which are constantly being updated. “Health and Safety...

    Assessment, Choruses in Hong Kong, Data Protection Act 1998 1806  Words | 6  Pages

  • Delivering Lifelong Learning

    what they had learnt. Looking back now I see that by encouraging learners to use this technology this was supporting the differentiation off the group it supported all the learners to gain knowledge and understanding even the ones who were not as confident in speaking up as others. I guess the other main way I support learners to use technology is to encourage them to use the online etrack site to check there progress once I get a learner engaged with this I find that they look forward to checking their...

    Knowledge, Learners, Learning 1822  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain How to Plan

    the qualification have been achieved by the learner:- Initial assessment – Prior knowledge of the subject to determine teaching style. Assessment planning – agree what types and methods of assessments are to take place Assessment Activity – what methods, e.g. observational/ assignments/ questioning Assessment decisions and feedback – judge success and give constructive criticism Review of progress – review and update assessment plan until learner completes or leaves Define the key concepts...

    Assessment, Educational psychology, Evaluation 1015  Words | 5  Pages

  • Aviva Assignment 402 Delivering Education And Training

    meeting the individual needs of the learners I am currently a Hospitality Regional Trainer and a Management Tutor, and although I work with Learners who are completing a varity of different qualifications and at different levels the most important thing I ensure is that I treating them all equally and asking them if there is anything that I can do to help them with their qualifications, or anything that I can do differently. For example I have a number of learners who English is not their first language...

    Body language, Communication, Knowledge 2004  Words | 9  Pages

  • Prevention Plan

    element in any educational setting. I trust that if learners are in a safe environment, then learning can take place. This doesn’t essentially result in disciplining behavior problems, however rather an amalgamation of setting the tone in a class, preventing conduct problems with thought-provoking, engaging curriculums and efficiently incorporating all learners in the classroom so that each learner needs are met. Creating the right situation for all learners to learn is my key goal of effecting a good classroom...

    Cafeteria, Classroom, Education 987  Words | 6  Pages

  • assessment

    or summative (at end of course) activities to help the learner see their development whilst allowing the Assessor to give valuable feedback when appropriate. Its purpose is to measure the learners understanding of the subject against the anticipated outcomes set by the criteria. For example, assessment provides clear measurement and recording of achievement during a course that provides identification of individual achievement or learners’ needs. I have found that by creating quizzes on socrative...

    Assessment, Educational psychology, Evaluation 2139  Words | 7  Pages

  • QCF SHC 31

    important factor why people need to communicate is to express needs and feelings, a learner will communicate to staff by talking, crying or even using facial expressions to show negative/positive feelings. The staff will need to give the learners instructions so they can understand why certain situations could arise i.e. fire drill then they will know what to do and where to go. In order to work effectively with the learners and their families, it is essential to establish good relationships with a range...

    Communication, Facial expression, Graphic communication 1960  Words | 5  Pages

  • Bsc Sentra Simulation

    may also flip through a briefing book that will orient you to Sentra’s Balanced Scorecard process and provide background on Sentra’s market and finances. Most of the briefing material has been included in the handout provided. In “Run Sentra” learners will try to guide Sentra Software through an effort to reinvent itself. During the Simulation Running Sentra consists of monitoring a set of 20 Balanced Scorecard metrics – spread across the four Balanced Scorecard perspectives (Financial...

    Balanced scorecard, Customer service, Decision making 543  Words | 3  Pages

  • Theme 1 Role Responsibilities and Boundaries

    an equal, consistent and reproducible system. Following the basic plan of an initial assessment, the plan, the delivery, an assessment and then to evaluate, it is very easy to identify exactly what my role is, my responsibilities to colleagues and learners are, and finally, including personal, the boundaries I maintain as a teacher. The following represents my roles, responsibilities and boundaries: Initial Assessment: Contact is made with all students before they come on the course, predominantly...

    Assessment, Education, Evaluation 908  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Roles and Responsibilities

    I am currently in a teaching role in various disciplines and with different groups of Learners. For this assignment I will be describing my role, responsibilities and boundaries with a group of learners who are employed at a factory in Gateshead, these learners are working towards a qualification in Fabrication and Welding, 1. Identify Needs At first contact with the learners I introduced myself and briefly explained why I was there and then asked them each in turn to introduce themselves...

    Choruses in Hong Kong, Intelligence, Knowledge 740  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dtlls Managing Resources

    resources within the lifelong learning sector 1. Provide a rationale for the use of four resources with a group of learners, at least one of which should include emerging technology, and evaluate their effectiveness Logo PowerPoint – ICT used in order to put the resource together, relevant images and activities included in order to meet the aim of the lesson which is for learners to share their experience of logos and to gain a full rounded knowledge of why they are used and to produce a logo from...

    Education, Educational psychology, Kinesthetic learning 2881  Words | 7  Pages

  • Education and Chief Guest

    responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle. ROLE OF A TEACHER A teacher’s role is to ensure that they deliver a relevant, informative, easily understood method of training to their learners. If delivered correctly it will enable those learners to gain knowledge, increase their skills which in turn will increase their confidence and ability enabling them to possibly change career, gain promotion at work, have the ability to cope better using the new skills and...

    Education, Knitting, Learners 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 5

    employer have duty of care to ensure that their work, premises & equipment are free of risk by ensuring they conduct risk assessment at all times. As teacher I always ensure that my classroom environment is safe for learners. Every room must have first aid box. If any learner is injured or have an accident whether minor or major, there should maintain hygiene discrimination act. 1. Equality Diversity Act 2010- This term refers to differences in values, attitudes, cultures, beliefs, attitude...

    Data Protection Act 1998, Discrimination, Education 741  Words | 3  Pages

  • Learning Styles and Strategies

    University ACTIVE AND REFLECTIVE LEARNERS * Active learners tend to retain and understand information best by doing something active with it--discussing or applying it or explaining it to others. Reflective learners prefer to think about it quietly first. * "Let's try it out and see how it works" is an active learner's phrase; "Let's think it through first" is the reflective learner's response. * Active learners tend to like group work more than reflective learners, who prefer working alone...

    Active learning, Learners, Problem solving 1614  Words | 5  Pages

  • Internal Quality Assurance Evaluation Part B

    ensure we are up to date with most recent software packages that our learners may be using; this is something that has been overlooked previously and has now been scheduled into our quality calendar to be updated, ensuring that all past and current software packages are included in our course area. Our Feedback forms need to be improved upon, at present; the questions require a yes or no answer which is not allowing the learners to expand on their response and evaluate fully our service, provision...

    Assessment, Blended learning, Educational psychology 1640  Words | 6  Pages

  • Assignment 301 Task B

    Appropriate behaviour and respect for others It is essential that ground rules should be laid out from the outset of every new course with the learners. These ground rules are the basic normal operating procedures that are in place from session to session, that the learners adhere to. For a tutor these ground rules include; the greeting and welcoming of the learners, basic health and safety aspects i.e. fire procedures and other emergency procedures, where clothing and accessories are to be kept. Also...

    Disability, Discrimination, Learners 908  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pttls

    assessor to ascertain if your learner has gained the required skills and knowledge needed at a given point towards their programme or qualification. You may be teaching and assessing groups and/or individuals within your organisation, assessing online programmes, or assessing individuals in their place of work, for example towards National Vocational Qualification (NVQ). Depending upon the subject you are assessing, you will need to devise suitable ways of assessing your learners to check their progress...

    Assessment, Evaluation, Feedback 1488  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other lifelong learning professional roles.

    states that individuals "respect the rights of learners and colleagues in accordance with relevant legislation and organisation requirement" (www.nelcls.ac.uk,   2013). Regulations and Guidance under S133 of the Education Act 2002 (www.education.gov.uk, 2013) provides clear boundaries between the role of teacher to the learner. The ‘interaction pupils have with a teacher" is important as a lack of it, as research has shown may impact upon the learners learning (Webster, Russell and Blatchford, 2013)...

    Adult education, Assessment, Education 1027  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wider Professional Reading

    believe that education should be available for all. I feel particularly strongly that those from disadvantaged backgrounds should have the opportunity to experience learning and thus have the chance to make their own life choices. To work with a learner who realises his / her own worth is, to me, a greater experience than handing them a Maths or English certificate, although this is very rewarding, as well. So, perhaps, the first value that I would put forward would be to support the individual to...

    Education, Learners, Learning 726  Words | 3  Pages

  • managing behaviours

    college, delivers to a vast range of learners, all with varying ages 14-50+ different ethnic backgrounds beliefs, social backgrounds, values, work ethics, family responsibilities, the list is endless. This is mainly due to the college’s position within the town and the area in which a vast majority of our students are residing. This diversity calls on us, as teachers, to adapt our teaching styles and management of behaviour continually, according to the learners present within your group that session...

    Discipline, Discrimination, Environment 2532  Words | 6  Pages

  • Understanding of own responsabilities for maintaining a safe and supportive learning enviroment

    Before the session starts I will carry out a risk assessment (check for hazards and risks) and make sure the room is safe for learners to be in, I will make sure there are no trailing wires and make sure the tables are set out in a way that is easy to access to prevent trips or falls. I will make sure that the room is at a nice temperature as this can affect the learners concentration if the room is too hot or cold, The room will be well ventilated as if the room is too stuffy, this may also affect...

    Carriage return, Education, Learners 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lesson Plan Unit 3 Ctlls

    enable learners to understand the meaning of SMART goals and how they can use them to set their own goals |Timing |Session Title and Learning Outcome |Required Resources and Activities |Teacher Activities | |Assessment | | |The learner will: | | |Learner Activities...

    Activity, Explanation, Learners 501  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ptlls Lesson Plan

    Lesson Plan Date: Time: 2 Hours Topic: Application Forms Location Group No. In Class: Lesson Aims To introduce methods of effective application form completion. To develop learner writing skills and ability to independently complete standard style application forms. Lesson Outcomes By the end of the training session learners will demonstrate the following skills: 1. To draft answers to extended application form questions. 2. To complete a generic application form. 3. To write about themselves in...

    Completeness, Draft, Drafting 508  Words | 3  Pages

  • 5 Ways Technology Can Be Used

    traditional interactions with classroom teachers, learners now have the possibility of gaining information from many other sources. For example, they may receive Web-based instruction from a teacher located hundreds of miles away from the learner. Although learners can continue to receive this instruction in a traditional classroom setting, it is no longer necessary. The technological capability is available for the information to be delivered to learners at home or in numerous other settings (p290) ...

    Computer, Learners, World Wide Web 1657  Words | 5  Pages

  • Celta Language Skills Written Assignment

    text provides the learner with the necessary tools for describing themselves, which means they can introduce themselves into a group. It also means they can introduce members within the sphere of their family or social life. Learners will see this text as a means for putting spare words they already know altogether to build a description that can be useful for them in their situation in Halifax -LANGUAGE LEVEL: When we plan lessons, we need to remember that every learner has an individual...

    Education, Learners, Learning 1248  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unit 4 Health and Social Care Level 3

    circle)P/M/D | Points(Please circle) | Date Set: 25.03.2013 | Completion Date: 10.05.2013 | Learner Name | BTEC Number | | Course Leader: | IV Design Date | | Subject Tutor: Shelly Everett/ Akinola Akinyemi | IV Assignment | | IV Signature: | Date | | Purpose of the unit:This unit aims to enable learners to gain knowledge and understanding of the different stages throughoutthe human lifespan. Learners will be able to develop an understanding of both the physical and psychologicalchanges of...

    Learners, Learning, Life 620  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assessing Learner's Needs in Education

    my learners so that appropriate teaching methods can be structured for them. From there, I shall explore how to best support learners throughout their period of study, both in terms of educational support, and in terms of developing their self confidence. The students I teach are studying toward a 2 year diploma in Creative Sound Engineering & Music Technology at Deep Blue Sound (DBS). It is common for the learners to come from a fairly narrow section of society. Broadly speaking, learners are...

    Assessment, Education, Educational psychology 1639  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evaluating Training and Developement

    global online library on ethics. Sign up for free. www.globethics.net/library But Will They Use It? Training is an investment. If the learners apply back at work what they acquired during their learning, there will be a return on the investment. If they do not, then the training time was merely spent (and hence wasted) rather than invested. Why would learners not apply at work what they were taught during the training? Three factors Three sets of factors can help or hinder the transfer of...

    Education, Educational psychology, Knowledge 949  Words | 4  Pages

  • Miss

    programme leader’s responsibilities to introduce the qualification to the learners as a part of the assessment process. As the qualification is carried out it is very important that the assessment process is delivered in a flexible, informal yet professional manner. Therefore, ensuring that the learners feel that the qualification they are undertaking is manageable and accessible. Failure to do this, this can then lead a learner to feeling disengaged with the process and can ultimately lead to departure...

    Assessment, Choruses in Hong Kong, Educational psychology 1284  Words | 4  Pages

  • PTTLS assignment 1 boundaries of teaching role

    previous page, we have a responsibility and a duty to fulfill when it comes to outcomes for learners. As a learning institute, we will of course be focusing on progress and achievement in learning and skills. However, we cannot do this without having a holistic approach both for ourselves and our students. At all times we must respect diversity and promote inclusion while ensuring that the welfare of learners and colleagues is paramount. To ensure you do this safely for all involved, you should know...

    Caregiver, Education, Learners 647  Words | 3  Pages

  • Academic Success - Mini Essay

    taking, different type of learners have different ways to study, for visual learners it is always good to uses different colour of highlighter to highlighter key words, colours can emphasis memories for visual learners. as a visual learner, such as to put the desk away from the door or windows and close to the front of the class, it will help visual learner concentrate and look closely at the person who is speaking to them, which will help them focus. For Auditory learners when they taking note, it...

    Goal, Learners, Learning 1217  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ground Rules

    “Ground Rules are boundaries, rules and conditions within which learners can safely work and learns”. (Gravells A, 2010). This above definition explains that all learners require boundaries and rules within which to work. These must be made very clear and early on in the course; these terms could be set by organisation and/or produced by the tutor himself. In fact setting ground rules will help everyone know their limits. Learners like routine and will expect tutor to be organised and professional...

    Classroom, Education, Learners 2013  Words | 6  Pages

  • Describe What Your Role Responsibilities And

    deliver results. It follows therefore that planning and delivery in my profession is key to successful training. Planning Roles & Responsibilities In order to achieve a professional delivery, I will discuss in advance with each learner their precise needs from the course. Some learners will be young and apprehensive, while others may be more mature and overconfident. The course content must cater for this diversity. The course needs to address business interests whilst covering topical subjects within each...

    Course, Learners, Skill 725  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ptlls Level 4 Assignment T1

    [pic] PTLLS L4 Assignment Sheet |Assignment Number |T1 |Name of Learner | | |Date Submitted | |Name of Mentor | | UNIT (M/503/1229) – Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning LO 1- (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4), LO 2 (2.1, 2.2, 2.3), LO 3 – (3.1, 3.2) Assignment Review your roles,...

    Citation, Learners, Learning 288  Words | 3  Pages

  • Assessment Process

    regulations relevant to assessment in your own area of practice? 2.1 Compare the strengths and limitations of a range of assessment methods with regard to your individual learners? 3.1 Identify the key factors to consider when planning assessment? Consider: Readiness of the Learner Time constraints Workplace requirements Location 3.2 Evaluate the benefits of a holistic approach to assessment? Consider: The opportunities for observation ...

    Assessment, Learners, Responsibility 647  Words | 8  Pages

  • Upload

    Lesson Plan Date: 12/03/2015 Subject: English Topic: Poetry – Forgotten People by Nkathazo Mnyayiza Duration: 60 minutes Aims: Learners should be able to analyse a poem. Learners should be able to identify themes within a poem. Learners will learn how to read and understand they text. Introduction: The teacher will ask learners about the areas they reside in using questions such as: Is your room clean? How often does your room get cleaned? Is the area cleaned? Do you know your...

    Learners, Lesson, Lesson plan 1238  Words | 5  Pages

  • Strengths and Limitations of assessment

    of a range of assessment methods with reference to the needs of individual learners. Each learner has their own specific requirements regarding the process in which they are able to produce evidence to meet the requirements through a range of assessment methods. In order to meet the requirements for each vocational qualification the assessor must first establish which methods of assessment are best suited to that learner. With the Joint Educational and Training Services we utilise each placement...

    Assessment, Choruses in Hong Kong, Learners 1807  Words | 4  Pages

  • 1.1 Explain the Functions of Assessment in Learning and Development

    themselves to the learner and ensure that they understand what the course is. The assessor must explain all the units to the learner ad support them in choosing the most suitable units. The assessor and the candidate must then decide on an assessment plan. This will include setting dates and times to meet with the learner, as well as agreeing on the best assessment methods to use. For example, the assessor may use observation, question the learner or examine their work. Once the learner has submitted...

    Assessment, Dustin Thomason, Learners 1047  Words | 3  Pages

  • Beach walk

    of problems. To this end, we make an impassioned appeal to you, to please grant us the permission to make this dream that we have for our learners, a reality. Thanking you in advance for your understanding and support in this matter. Yours in quality educational services and in the fight in pushing back the frontiers of poverty and bringing smiles to learners in making precious memories. _____________________ ____________________ ___________________ Mrs. T. Rajack...

    Informed consent, Learners, Money 929  Words | 3  Pages

  • new essay

    will unfold and how to guide students learning. Taking into consideration aspects such as who they are, their level, age, previous learned material and so forth. Following such organization will allow us to notice what worked and didn’t work for the learner and perhaps think of other ways of teaching such lesson. A lesson plan can serve as sort of analysis for our next lesson. Giving us the answer to the question Jeremy harmer makes, “Why do we want to do it?” And “What will it achieve?” Harmer, J 1998...

    Education, Learners, Learning 1532  Words | 6  Pages

  • unit 1 understanding the principles and practices of assessment

    needs of individual learners 6. Briefly summarise four key factors to consider when planning an assessment 1. Consider ways in which a line manager or an employer can be used when planning an assessment they are the best person to show ‘sufficiency ‘ about a learner and they also know what the most beneficial period in the learners wok schedule to support the assessment 2. From looking at learners work schedule think...

    Assessment, Educational psychology, Employment 2412  Words | 7  Pages

  • Level 3 Certificate in Assessing

    assessor and learner. Although assessment decisions are made by the assessor, the learner needs to also engage in input. The assessor is making an informed judgement of the learner’s knowledge, what skill level they are at and how confident they are to carry out against the criteria. By doing this, the assessor can come to an outcome of how the learner can move forward, giving targets, hints, etc. The responsibilities of the assessor lie in whether the assessor is being fair to the learner, this could...

    Assessment, Decision making, Knowledge 1086  Words | 3  Pages

  • UNIT 23 ASSIGNMENT 1 IMPACT OF HCI ON SOCIETY ECONOMY AND CULTURE

    1: Impact of HCI on Society, Economy and Culture Unit 23 Aim Objectives - The aim of this unit is to ensure learners know the impact Human Computer Interaction (HCI) has on society, economy and culture provides the basic skills and understanding required to enable learners to design and implement human computer interfaces. Unit 23 Learning Outcomes – On completion of this unit a learner should: 1. Know the impact of HCI on society, the economy and culture 2. 2 Understand the fundamental principles...

    Computer, Economic development, High school 695  Words | 7  Pages

  • I Want Ti Learn

    train & lead them I could to find out what type of learners they are is given bellow: | Learners name | Learners Type | 1 | Md. Imazuddin kowshikRabeya Begum | Visual | 2 | Imrana ShahrinMd. Mosiur rahaman | Auditory | 3 | Md. mostifa KamalRiyad Ahamad | Kinaesthetic | 4 | RichardShourave sunnyTarun sikdar | Gustatory | 5 | Nasrin AkterMd. Imtiaz Ahamad | olfactory | Communicating systems with my team For Visual Learners I prefer using images, pictures, colors, and maps to...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Kinesthetic learning 1343  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ptlls - Task 1

    research to bring myself up to date I would then work out how to break it down into its constituent parts and how relate it to my learners in enjoyable and manageable chunks over the duration of the course. Boundaries here are set out by awarding bodies for the qualifications I would teach, such as the amount of contact time, the length of time allowed for a learner to complete the course, what written work is required i.e. assignments, essays or dissertations as well as how it is assessed. The ...

    Assessment, Education, Knowledge 1698  Words | 5  Pages

  • Essay experience

    teacher-directed learner and an autonomous learner. Teacher - directed learner is expected to learn by following the teacher's assignments and directions, and an autonomous learner is an independent learner. Define Autonomous Learner: Autonomous Learner is a person independently competent in a wide variety of academic tasks, able to achieve goals based on values skilled in self - reflection. What are the seven characteristics of an autonomous learner? 1. Autonomous Learners have a realistic...

    Academia, Distraction, Educational psychology 1279  Words | 7  Pages

  • Assignment Brief Unit 5 Role and Responsibilities of Adult Social Care Worker

     Assignment front sheet Learner name Assessor name Date issued Completion date Submitted on Qualification Unit number and title BTEC Level 1 Award in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF) Unit 5: Awareness of the Role and Responsibilities of the Adult Social Care Worker Assignment title Role and Responsibilities In this example assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found....

    Laborer, Learners, Role 581  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ptlls Cu3049

    (checks throughout the course), ipsative (to test against previous marks), and/ or summative (at end of course) activities to help the learner see their development whilst allowing the Assessor to give valuable feedback when appropriate. It’s purpose is to measure the learners understanding of the subject against the anticipated outcomes set by the criteria. The learners development is typically measured using formative or summative assessment that meets criteria in a fit-for-purpose Assignment and...

    Assessment, Educational psychology, Evaluation 2010  Words | 7  Pages

  • Edc 1015 Assignment 02

    each other. A human being can not exist in isolation. Ubuntu speaks of interconnectedness, what one individual does, affect a whole. The good that one does, affect the whole of humanity. The Teacher therefore ought to instill this principle in the learners, and also make it easy for the class leader as he/she oversees the class-room. The class leader, together with the teacher and fellow class members needs to ensure that the new student feels secure in her new environment, and also make them feel...

    Abuse, Adaptation, Bullying 728  Words | 3  Pages

  • Making and Recieving Telephone Calls

    Making a telephone call On 10/10/12 a work colleague had asked me to make a phone call to Cawthorne Park about a group of learners visiting on the 16/10/12. She asked me to find out if they had any special offers for colleges or large groups. I checked out what information she needed and found out from her the age of the leaners and if they had any disabilities as this could affect if they got a discount. I did an internet search to find the number for Cawthorne Park as this was the quickest...

    Barnsley, Called party, Collect call 990  Words | 3  Pages

tracking img