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All the Ptlls assignments are listed with a link to a more detailed discussion of each. The theory part is your essays. All the essay questions for both levels are covered in much greater detail on their own page, just click on the link. The practical section is your scheme of work, session plan, microteach, reflective journal and all that jazz. The assignments separated in to two sections: the level three and the level four. The content is the same, the difference is in the word count (as in more for level four) and the tone of the questions. Where level three asks you to “describe” something, level four asks you to “review You should find it quite easy to find definitions for equality, diversity and inclusion but entitlement might be more difficult although the following quote is a start: ‘Every learner has the right to expect that they will receive high quality learning, appropriate to their needs and circumstances in a safe and healthy environment’. (Success for All, DES 2002) http://www.globalgateway.org.uk/pdf/PZ-Success-2002.pdf “You should demonstrate your commitment to equal opportunities through everything you say and do in your work with adult students.” (Daines, Daines and Graham, 1993). Think about the implications of this quote for providers of learning opportunities when they are setting up their courses. Throughout these notes there are suggestions for additional research and reading – do not try to cover all of these. After you have read these notes, have a go at the activities and weblinks. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
References: Petty G (1998), Teaching Today, Nelson Thornes.
Reisenberger A & Dadzie S (2002), Equality and diversity in adult and community learning – a guide for managers, Niace Available at: http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/pdf/A1181.pdf
DES (2002), Success for All, Available at:
DES (2003), Information, Advice and Guidance for Adults The National Policy Framework and Action Plan, Available at: http://www.lifelonglearning.co.uk/iag/npfreport.pdf
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