Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Assignment: Explain the different methods of giving feedback and demonstrate good practice in giving feedback to your peers.
The different methods of giving feedback
The theory of communication detailed by Wallace (2007, p. 25) is o
1. Explain different styles of leadership.
2. Explain how to select suitable leadership styles for different situations in the workplace.
1. A description of three styles of leadership.
In business there are three main styles of leadership that are globally recognized in the workplace.
Unit 9: Mini-essay: Examine the different methods for giving constructive (practical) feedback to learners and discuss how these can motivate learners.
Giving constructive feedback is crucial; without it learners cannot learn (Rogers, 2004). When used to emphasise progress rather than failure, it
Introduction (6 Credits) Task page
The Level 4 Award in Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector provides a basic minimum standard for all new teachers, tutors and trainers in the lifelong sector
1. Review ,Summarise your own roles, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation t
PTLLS LEVEL 4
Understanding own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching
“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” ~William Arthur Ward. This quote was taken from the websi
Explain the different methods of giving feedback.
I personally prefer to receive and give verbal feedback as it allows for the opening of the two way communication process and enables the teacher to ensure that the student/s understand and can ask questions. Where possible this should be supported
Explain the different methods of giving feedback and demonstrate good practice in giving feedback to your peers
Feedback is a crucial element of education which aids learners to maximise their strengths and weaknesses to improve their learning and performance. Feedback can be informal in the for
Introduction to Assessment
5.1 Identify and review a range of different assessment methods
Assessment can be formative or summative, formative assessment means it is ongoing and summative assessment means at the end.
Depending upon the syllabus, the learner(s) may be working towards
Assignment on Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
Understand own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching.
Review own role and responsibilities, and boundaries of own role as a teacher.
Role, responsibilities and boundaries are evolving qu
This is a post for people at the beginning of their Ptlls journey – next week will be a long article for people who have finished and are looking at where to go next. So, on to my little guide if you are getting started with your Ptlls cou
1.1 Summarise learning and teaching strategies used in own specialism
All the teaching I have carried out recently is in relation to people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Some is classroom based, such as Risk and Conflict Management, Autism and behaviour interventions...
Giving and Receiving Feedback
When he was mayor of New York City, Ed Koch frequently walked the streets of his home town asking his constituents, “How am I doing?” The question wasn’t simply rhetorical; nor was it a ritualistic greeting for his faithful supporters. He asked the question of fr
1.2 Explain the organisation’s mission and purpose
Our organisations mission and purpose is to achieve full compliance with the energy performance of buildings directive (EPBD)
1.3 Compare how the organisation works with other different types of organisations
1.0 Executive Summary
Play is a significantly important part of a child’s development. It is a term which can be interpreted in many different ways by different people, it is therefore of great importance to come to a common understanding of what play really is.
The ultimate aim of this resea
As today’s businesses continue to expand, workers are expected to perform well on their jobs. This is what truly happened to management who has a tendency to measure how well they are doing on their job. The job done in a certain period of time is frequently evaluated by performance appr
Lecture How do we explain behavior
Behaviour generally refers to actions or reactions (an activity or response of some kind) of an object or organism usually in relation to the environment or surrounding world of stimuli. Behaviour can be conscious or unconscious, overt or covert, voluntary or in
ptlls Assignment 1setting up ground rules
As In all aspects aspects of life were people work together in groups of close proximity there will always be a need to lay down some ground rules. These ground rules are for the benefit of both the tutor and the learners alike. Ground rules may be set by
360 Degree Feedback and its Effect on Employee Development
Spring 2010, Session A
HRM 6623 – Training and Development of Human Resources
Dr. R. Voss
The 360 degree feedback performance appraisal systematically gives employees the opportu
Teacher-centered instruction implies a high degree of teacher direction and a focus of students on academic tasks. According to this type of instruction the focus of the class is on language forms and structures (or what the teacher knows about the language) thus grammar-based activities or a gramma