24th September 2013
Unit 303 Support Learning Activities
Mrs S the class teacher, the children and I sat on the carpet and Mrs S asked the children to identify different value coins by sight. I was then asked by Mrs S to help year 1 yellow table with counting coins and...
TDA 2.10 – Support learning activities
1.1 – As a learning support practitioner working with children I often see how a child may need support in activities or if they are exceeding expectation. By taking notes I am able to inform the teacher of the child’s needs and therefore help plan...
T.D.A 2.10 Support learning activities.
Learning outcome 1 (1.1)
A learning support practitioner or teaching assistant could contribute to the planning of an activity simply by an informal discussion with the teacher about what weekly and daily activities will be taking place. This form of plan
T.D.A.2.10: Support Learning Activities
As a Teaching assistant I am not directly involved in the long term planning of the lessons or medium term. However, in some instances where there are children with special educational needs there is a book in which targets are highlighted. In my role as
Unit TDA 2.10: Supporting Learning Activities.
Task 3.4: Describe the sorts of problems that might occur when supporting learning activities, and how to deal with these:
1. Noise: Sometimes during classes children can become distracted by noise from within the classroom and from outside
Task Book for Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in schools
The tasks have been re-written with boxes after each section for you to fill in if that would suit your learning style. Some learners find...
Introduction :Learning Processes using Electronic media through remote control equipment tend to be extremely complex but gaining popularity across the world. It is not too surprising to note that the existing research done in this field seems to be too scattered and dominated by more tangible issue
This model is realized as a combination of a face-to-face environment and online learning, using a proprietary learning management system (LMS) named adaptive hypermedia courseware (AHyCo). AHyCo is based on adaptive hypermedia and in addition to supporting learning and testing, introduces completel
LEARNING CULTURE, PEOPLE EMPOWERMENT AND TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN LEARNING ORGANIZATION
Noreen Natasha Azmee, Norliya Ahmad Kassim, Nafisah Sulaiman
Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (MALAYSIA) email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, nafisahsulaiman@yaho
TDA 3.7 SUPPORT ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING
1.1 Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in assessment of learners’ achievements.
The class teachers’ main role is to monitor and assess pupils’ achievement. They need to be aware of the progres
1.1 Describe how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning, delivery and review of learning activities.
In my role as a teaching assistant I may be involved in any stage of the planning, from long term, to short term. It can vary from something as...
Support Assessment for Learning
Understand the purpose and characteristics of assessment for learning
AC1.1 Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in assessment of learners’ achievements.
The main responsibility of the teacher is to...
Support Literacy and Numeracy Activities.
The literacy and numeracy skills expected of the pupils with whom you work.
The aim of the school literacy and numeracy policies is to establish the expected level of competency for the children. These policies are driven by the National Curriculum whi
E111 – Supporting Learning in Primary Schools - TMA01
My experience, role and learning support
In accordance to the ethical guidelines written by The British Education Research Association (BERA, 2004), the names of the children and school, where used, have been changed in order to...
Learning outcome 1.1
Communicate with children and young people in a way that is appropriate to the individual, using both conventional language and body language
When communicating with children, a number of skills need to be demonstrated to communicate effectively. Children learn to communi
Schools as organisation
Summarise entitlement and provision for early years education;-
All children aged 0-5years are entitled to education, this may be in the form of a childminder, nursery, pre-school or a sure start children’s centre.
Sure start work with infants and...
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Knowledge management and leadership in learning organizations: an integrated perspective.
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Assessing the Quality of Early Years Learning Environments
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