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Unit: Unit 402 Delivering lifelong learning
A) Using academic referencing and a maximum of 750 words:
Define what is meant by an inclusive learning and teaching environment
Describe two theories of communication used in the classroom evaluating their effectiveness. Describe two examples of new technology you have used in the classroom and evaluate their effectiveness.
Describe your use of minimum core to enhance inclusive learning, evaluating its effectiveness
Inclusive learning is the process of recognising and accommodating the needs of all students into the educational process. With an ever growing and diverse society it is the responsibuility of the teacher to recognise the needs of individual students, and plan to meet those needs within the teaching environment. The concept of inclusion first arose in 1981 with the Education Reform Act, this meant including and synthasising students with special educational needs into the general secondary age educational environment. Since this date educators have expanded and developed the original and ‘narrow’ interpretation of inclusion to encorporate not only adult learners but learners who fall into diverse or minority catagories. One of the greatest expansions of the definition of inclusive learning comes from the Equality Act 2000. This means that protected characteristics must be considered when planning the delivery of education. In practice, this means planning not only to avoid discrimination but to positively include diversity i.e. promote positive images of race,...