• Ptlls Activity 13
    ://www.usq.edu.au/hr/odt/build/userguide/frmsproc/genrating c. Within the Lifelong Learning studies, there can by bi annual or weekly monthly or yearly as evaluations depending on the length of study period, other evaluation techniques are: Personal: self-evaluation, self-marking, reflective work. Small groups...
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  • Ptlls Unit 8 Assignment
    . They are based around Kolb’s teaching Cycle Theory, this is identified in Ann Gravells' book PTLLS “The New Award” page 10. Firstly “Identifying Needs”, Secondly “Planning learning” Thirdly “Facilitating learning”, fourth “Assessing learning” lastly “Quality Assurance and Evaluation”. It must be...
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  • Improving Own Practice (Dtlls)
    performance on a regular basis. As Wilson, suggests: ‘recognition that your performance can be improved is accepting that whatever does (or does not) happen in the classroom is in the hands of the teacher’ (2009, p.104) The first way of evaluating performance may be through self-evaluation, either via a...
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  • Kjkj
    diversity initial assessment jobs keeping recordslearning journal learning programmelegislative requirements level differencemicroteach P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7plagiarism reading list role responsibilities boundaries scheme of work self evaluation session plan subject specialismT1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 teaching...
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  • Written Rational
    Julie Walsh Cowie PTLLS Level 4 Rationale for micro-teach (Using Inclusive Learning and Teaching Approaches in Lifelong Learning) Subject: Hair extensions and methods of attachment Room: H6 Number of learners: 6-9...
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  • Evaluation and Feedback of Micro Teach Session
    Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session HABC Level 3 PTLLS Assessment 6 Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to explain my selection of teaching and my learning approaches. I will be evaluating my choice of resources and...
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  • Pttls Reflection
    work on for my own teaching career) and I find talking to people less comfortable when I cannot remember their name.   Felt anxious on seeing course programme and realising micro teach was so soon but was put at ease on talking to Jodie. Would of liked to have been given our folders and portfolio...
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  • Ptlls
    needs to be for a minimum of 15 minutes micro teaching or for a real teaching session |Name |      |Centre Name |      | |Venue...
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  • T1. Review What Your Role Responsibilities and Boundaries Would Be in Terms of the Teacher/Training Cycle.
    Evaluation Questionnaire Form. The questionnaire will have 2 sessions, the first session will ask the learners to give an evaluation on the venue and facility used during the delivery of the programme and the second session will ask the learners to evaluate the tutor and to give any other comment they may think will be useful to change/improve. Reference: Wilson, L. (2008) Practical Teaching: A Guide to PTLLS and CTLLS, London, Cengage Learning EMEA...
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  • Ptlls Asignment 3
    engage andmotivate your learners. This session will show your ability to communicateappropriately and effectively with learners.This session plan needs to be for a minimum of 15 minutes micro teaching or for areal teaching sessionNameISAK RAJJAK SHAIKHCentreNameSPTI VenueARORA INTERNATIONAL HOTEL...
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  • CTLLs Unit 18
    early so that I can help them plan to meet the requirements of the course. I recently delivered a PTLLS’ course in which I discovered (following an initial/diagnostic assessment) that a learner was struggling to identify and explain the specific subject she would be teaching in the Lifelong Learning...
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  • Assessment Methods 2
    evaluations can be used as self development tools and evidence of self development for internal monitoring and for examining boards as part of a portfolio of evidence. They also provide the quality assurance evidence and assist in course development. Records of stage achievements such as marks of...
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  • Pttls Task 5 Evaluate a Range of Ways to Embed Elements of Funtional Skills in Your Specialist Area.
    confidence and skills with I.T. I am able to involve the learner by setting varied tasks that are micro managed to encourage learners to use small steps towards acquiring and developing their I.T. skills. I can also embed ICT in a teaching session when asking learners to research projects on the...
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  • Unit 4 Optional 10 Inclusive Practice Theory Assignment TQ 1 Analyse The Characteristics Which Influence The Learning Of A Group Of Learners
    the student/learners can understand. This would encourage the learner or engage the learner to get involved with the lesson. The teacher’s role includes the 5 stages of the teaching cycle, such as; identifying needs, planning and designing, delivery, assess and evaluation. The teaching must...
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  • Lesson Plan
    for a range of learners Evaluate the effectiveness of a range of assessment methods and tools for different learners in different contexts Encourage learners to reflect on their own and others’ performance through self and peer evaluation Facilitate opportunities for learners to use...
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  • Mr David
    may include observation, inventory, checklists, rating scales, performance and portfolio assessments, participation, puzzles, peer and self evaluation, and discussion. For my subject area, that is the cultural teaching I would prefer to use essays, questionnaire, multiple choice questions...
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  • hasan
    Behaviour in the Lifelong Learning Sector. s.l.:Learning Matters Guide (6th Edn). Tyne & Wear Business Education Publishers. Wallace, S. (2011) Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector (4th Edn).Exeter. Learning Matters. Williams, J. (2012) Study Skills for PTLLS...
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  • Train the Trainer Level 3
    * Lack of relevant or appropriate programmes * Poor learning environment * Poor course material * Over packed sessions * Lack of adaptation of teaching methods to audience 2.3.3. Dispositional barriers: those related to attitudes and self-perceptions about oneself as a...
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  • Qazi Zohaib
    PTLLS LEVEL 4 (6302-18) PORTFOLIO INDEX No. Section 1 2 3 4 Housekeeping Documents 5 6 7 8 9 Unit 8 Documents & Forms 11 Unit 9 Documents & Forms 14 15 Unit 10 Documents & Forms 17 18 Form 5 – Tutor Observation record Form 6 – Self-evaluation of...
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  • Ptlls
    for Functional Skills or allowing time and space for prayers. Recommendations for professional practice Throughout my teaching practice I will continuously update my skills through training, supervision and self-evaluation to ensure a high standard of professional practice. I will also review...
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