• Understanding Learning & Assessment
    The first part of this assignment focuses on the learning theories, so I am going to look at these in relation to the group I train. Learners can be divided into types of learner such as Active learners or Passive learners. Active learning is process of exploring, analysing, communicating, or usi
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  • Planning and Enabling Learning
    Unit 2 Planning and enabling learning Aim The aim of this unit is to enable candidates to design and plan learning and teaching to meet curriculum requirements. The candidate will be expected to demonstrate their ability to plan for inclusive learning by being able to select, use and analyse a r
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  • Problem Representation in Teaching
    Expert and Novice Teachers 1 Running head: PROBLEM REPRESENTATION IN TEACHING Problem Representation In Teaching: Inferences from Research of Expert and Novice Teachers Tracy Hogan Mitchell Rabinowitz Fordham University New York, New York 10023 John A. Craven III Dowling College Oakdale, NY 11
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  • Talk and Learning
    Primary National Strategy Guidance Curriculum and Standards Speaking, Listening, Learning: working with children in Key Stages 1 and 2 Handbook Primary Teachers and Headteachers Status: Recommended Date of issue: 11-2003 Ref: DfES 0626-2003 G ❚❙❘ Contents Introduction and
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  • Teaching and Learning in Whole School Contexts
    Teaching and Learning in whole school contexts I, Elvis Masabo, confirm that this assignment is my own work. I also confirm that due acknowledgement is given to the ideas of others incorporated in the assignment to enhance or support the work.
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  • Teaching Strategies
    References 1. Abu-Ghararah, A. (1998). Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Procedures, Techniques and Activities. Riyadh: Tawbah Library. 2. Harmer, J. (2001). How to Teach English. England: Longman. 3. Harmer, J. (2001). The Practice of English Language Teaching. England: Longm
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  • Compilation of Learning Strategies
    A COMPILATION OF APPROACHES, METHODS, STRATEGIES/TECHNIQUES AND TEACHING- LEARNING MATERIALS In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Course, LNG 506 Current Trends in Teaching English And Construction of Instructional Materials by ROWELA I. SALVANTE M.A. Ed.
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  • Teaching Ability Grouping
    In the article Ability Grouping, Teaching and Learning, Feb/Mar 2003 - Davis explores some of the issues currently surrounding ability grouping of primary school children. He initially looks at the growth in popularity of ability grouping in recent years. He then considers some of the organisation
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  • A Portfolio Reflection of Three Teaching Strategies and There Usage
    A Portfolio Reflection of Three Teaching Strategies and there Usage Introduction This writer has been teaching for the past twelve years; the introduction came at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus after graduating with a BSc. in Sociology and Politics where I first started tutoring
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  • Supporting Learning Activities
    Supporting Learning Activities – Unit 303 Outcome 1 1.1 The greatest contribution made by teaching assistants is to children’s learning when they are working with groups of children under the management of the teacher. Teaching assistants may alternate between being a support for the whole cl
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  • Micro Teaching
    UNIT - 1 : INTRODUCTION TO MICRO-TEACHING AND ITS NEED STRUCTURE 1. Introduction 2. Objectives 3. Defining Teaching 4. Status of Teacher Training Before Micro-teaching 5. Concept of Micro-teaching 1. Steps of Micro-teaching 2. Micr
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  • Formative Teaching Methods
    Formative Teaching Methods Geoff Petty Jan 2004 The strategies below are mostly for teaching where there is a ‘right way’ to answer questions (convergent learning). For example: • calculations in mathematics, science, accounts or similar • punctuation, grammar, translation or oth
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  • ‘It Is Important to Plan to Meet the Care and Learning Needs of All Children’
    Criteria 1 It is important for practitioners to identify children’s care and learning needs in a setting, there are many reasons for this. Firstly, is to promote development. Some children develop and learn faster than others and it is partly our responsibility to ensure all children’s needs a
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  • Electro Learning
    INTRODUCTION In the recent years, technology continues to evolve and improves its capability affecting every individual’s daily routines. Technology has impacted the different facets of life and certainly changed and redefined the way we live (Oak, 2011). One of the most common technologies used
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  • The Linguist a Personal Guide to Language Learning
    01. Introduction. Zhuangzi's Crooked Tree Huizi said to Zhuangzi, "This old tree is so crooked and rough that it is useless for lumber. In the same way, your teachings have no practical use." Zhuangzi replied, "This tree may be useless as lumber, but you could rest in the gentle shade of its b
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  • Unit 3 Dtlls Enabling Learning and Assessment
    I teach a vocational course at a college who delivers to 14-19 year olds. All the courses are created by City & Guilds. Assessment is a vital part of teaching that helps to enable learning all the time, which is why it is integrated into all lessons that I deliver. It allows me to promote m
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  • Supporting Learning Activities and Assessment for Learning
    Assignment 4 – Supporting learning activities and assessment for learning QUESTION 1 a. Explain how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning, delivery and review of learning activities As a teaching assistant it is important that I am actively involved in the planning
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  • A Mathematician’s Knowledge Needed for Teaching an Inquiry-Oriented Differential Equations Course
    Journal of Mathematical Behavior 26 (2007) 247–266 Beyond mathematical content knowledge: A mathematician’s knowledge needed for teaching an inquiry-oriented differential equations course Joseph F. Wagner a,∗ , Natasha M. Speer b , Bernd Rossa a b a Department of Mathematics and Comp
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  • Learning to Learn
    ACTION LEARNING AND LEARNING TO LEARN Learning Style Preferences An important variable to explain and control in management development is learning style. Kolb states that people have various learning styles. Honey and Mumford developed Kolb's ideas and applied them directly to ma
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  • Teaching Standards
    Guidance on the national occupational standards for supporting teaching and learning in schools National occupational standards for supporting teaching and learning in schools: unit titles and their elements The national occupational standards for supporting teaching and learning in schools (ST
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