• pttls
    Micro Teach Session Plan Pro-forma 37/38 Micro Teach Observation Feedback 39/40 Observed Peer Assessment Form 1 41/42 Observed Peer Assessment Form 2 43/44 Observed Peer Assessment Form 3 45/46 Micro Teach Self Evaluation Form Page 2 of 46 What’s next after PTLLS? PTLLS...
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  • TAQA
    Practices of Assessment 1. Explain the functions of assessment in learning and development. The functions of assessment in learning and development is to measure whether a person has managed to demonstrate learning. Assessment is a continuous process that provides learners with an opportunity to demonstrate...
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  • ptlls
    Learning Sector Unit 1 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning INDIVIDUAL LEARNING RECORD Na Registration number: Learner signature: Date completed: Tutor signature: Date completed: Individual...
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  • Ptlls
    (dd/mm/yyyy): _________________ LEARNER DECLARATION & AGREEMENT FOR THE USE OF THEIR PHOTOGRPH(S) & VIDEO(S) OF THEIR MICRO-TEACHING SESSION FOR ASSESSMENT & QUALITY ASSURANCE I confirm that I have been taken through and that I am completely aware of the Assessment Procedure, the Assignment Submission...
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  • IT coordinator
    approaches to inclusive learning. I will explain how areas like resources, functional skills, feedback and assessment opportunities can help learners achieve their goals. Also, I will show how important the learning environment is towards motivating learners and promoting respect for others.      Blooms...
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  • PTLLS Unit 2
    and physical with no desks; therefore the teaching and learning strategies are different for this course. It tends to use a style more like EDIP (Explain, Demonstrate, Imitate and Practice). Allen’s (1919) four-step method, as cited in Gravells (2012, p.95) describes that it starts with explaining the...
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  • Unit 2 Ptlls
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  • Qualification Handbook
    number Age group approved Entry requirements Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector 6302 19+ There are no formal entry requirements. Learners are required to have evidence of level 3 vocational skills for the area in which they will teach if they are to progress into teaching in the Lifelong...
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  • CTLLs Unit 18
    1.1 Explain the role of initial and diagnostic assessment in agreeing individual learning goals. Initial and diagnostic assessments should effectively diagnose learners’ strengths and weaknesses. Learners who know what their strengths are and which areas they need to improve are more likely be motivated...
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  • PTLLS Level 3
    Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Assessment Unit 006 (Unit 301QCF) Understanding the Principles and Practices Assessment Scott Taylor Wiltshire FRS 4th January 2014 1.1 Explain the function of assessment in learning and development The function of assessment in learning and development is fundamentally...
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  • What is the purpose of Assessing a learner ?
    purpose of Assessing a learner (1.1) The purpose of assessing a learner is to enable you to see how competent a learner is at their particular profession. To gain the NVQ the learner needs to be assessed and create a portfolio. It will help you ascertain whether or not a learner fully understands the...
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  • Understanding Inclusive Teaching and Learning
    own specialism In my speciality I use many various strategies in regards to teaching and learning. In this point I will explain in detail methods I used when teaching the learners I work with but also strategies to assess their learning and my own. When looking at various strategies and approaches that...
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  • ATIQ
    Materials/resources/ learning technology DISTANCE LEARNING/ On-line tutorial Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Opportunities to embed key/basic skills Assessment (internal/external) UNIT 1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating...
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  • CTTLS Understanding Inclusive Learning and Teaching
    background and ability, with the opportunity to fulfil their own learning potential and support other students who may wish to learn from them. Within my experience and current work place I have found that using a wide variety of teaching strategies is essential, as my students needs and abilities are always...
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  • Taqa
    |1. Understand the principles & requirements of assessment | |1.1 explain the functions of assessment in learning and development ...
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  • ptlls assignment
    and teaching in lifelong learning GROUP B 2: Using inclusive learning and teaching approaches in lifelong learning GROUP D: Principle of assessment in lifelong learning Each group (Group A, Group B1, Group B2 and Group D) is made up of sub-headings and questions or “statements of competence”...
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  • Ptlls L 4 Unit 009
    depthUseful to assess a learners knowledge and understanding of the topicAll learners can be encouraged to be involvedDiverse characteristics and backgrounds of learners will ensure a well rounded view | Some learners may not feel confident contributing – good ice-breaker required Other learners may dominate discussion...
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  • Travel & Tourism
    environment and the operational requirements necessary to meet the needs of customers and maintain effectiveness in this highly competitive sector. There are opportunities for learners to gain skills in selecting and costing holidays to meet customer requirements. Unit introduction The retail travel...
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  • Inclusive Learning
    purpose of the unit is to enable the learner to understand teaching and learning strategies and approaches in lifelong learning and how to use these to meet the needs of learners. It includes how to create a learning environment that engages and motivates learners. Credit 3 | ...
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  • Analyse Inclusive Learning Approaches to Learning and Teaching
    learning is about making sure that every learner in the classroom has their needs identified and met. It is about realising that every learner will have specific individual needs and it is the job of the teacher to accommodate the needs of all of their learners. Booth et al. (2000) state ‘Inclusion is...
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