Review own role and responsibilities, and boundaries of own role as a teacher. PTLLS 1.2
Summarise key aspects of relevant current legislative requirements and codes of practice within a specific context. PTLLS 1.3
Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. PTLLS 1.4
Discuss issues of equality and diversity, and ways to promote inclusion. PTLLS 1.5
Justify the need for record keeping.
Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of functional skills in the specialist area. PTLLS 3.1
Plan a teaching and learning session which meets the needs of individual learners. PTLLS 3.2
Evaluate how the planned session meets the needs of individual learners PTLLS 3.3
Analyse the effectiveness of the resources for a specific session. PTLLS 4.1
Analyse different ways to establish ground rules with learners which underpin appropriate behaviour and respect for others. PTLLS 4.2
Use a range of appropriate and effective teaching and learning approaches to engage and motivate learners. PTLLS 4.3
Explain different methods of giving feedback
Demonstrate good practice in giving feedback.
Communicate appropriately and effectively with learners. PTLLS 4.6
Reflect on and evaluate the effectiveness of own teaching, making recommendations for modification as appropriate PTLLS 5.1
Review a range of different assessment methods. PTLLS 5.2
Evaluate the use of assessment methods in different contexts, including reference to initial assessment. PTLLS 5.3
Justify the need for record keeping in relation to assessment. PEL 1.1
Analyse the role of initial assessment in the learning and teaching process. PEL 1.2
Describe and evaluate different methods of initial assessment for use with learners. PEL 1.3
Evaluate ways of planning, negotiating and recording appropriate learning goals with learners. PEL 2.1
Establish and maintain an inclusive learning environment....
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