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60 Free Essays on Points Of Referral For Learners

  1. Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning

    roles 1.6 review points of referral to meet the needs of learners 1.7 evaluate own responsibilities in relation to other professionals Learning outcome: The learner will 3- Understand own responsibility for maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment Assessment criteria...

  2. (Pttls) Level 4 Assignment

    referral that teachers can use to meet the potential needs of learners There is a wide range of points for referral and they may take many forms. One of the most basic ways of identifying a point for referral is within the visual records, i.e. attendance and work progress. Initial assessment...

  3. List and Describe the Points of Referral to Meet the Needs of the Learners.

    List and describe the points of referral to meet the needs of the learners. By Wayne Phillips City and Guilds: PTLLS Level 3 Theory Question Assessment 6 Group A Glenn Evans 16 April 2012 List and describe the points of...

  4. Theory Assignment 4

    supporting learners’ needs, it is not always possible for a teacher to do this without supporting themselves. Being a teacher, he/she should also know when and where to access and ask support, both for his/her self and the learners. Points of referral will always differ according to the type of...

  5. Ptlls Assignment

    also is information regarding the boundaries that may be problematic for the teacher from the learners, information on the setting of ground rules and points of referral that may have to be considered should the need arise...

  6. Roles and Responsibilities in Lifelong Learning

    the designated councillor - the internal point of referral - or provide a contact number for an advice help line, known as an external point of referral. Boundaries are about knowing where a teacher’s role stops to ensure an equal learning experience to all learners. It is important to...

  7. 7303

    Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. To effectively deliver and promote inclusion, equality and diversity within a learning environment a teacher must...

  8. Pttls Essay T3

    inclusion, equality and diversity in the with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the needs of learners. To achieve a productive learning environment within the classroom these 3 points should be taken into consideration: A) Inclusion. A short definition...

  9. Essay

    1.3 Review points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners It is important to be aware of the limits of your responsibility and to know when; and where to access support for both yourself and your learners. It is the responsibility of the teacher to find out what support is...

  10. Pttls Theory Task 3

    The main points I have learnt from this task are: INCLUSION: The identity of every learner must be valued and help given to overcome learning barriers they may have. The needs of the learner must be identified and referral information given to help overcome these. For example if there are financial/travel...

  11. Pttls Assignment 1 – Identify Training Needs

    needs at the point of sign up to ensure each candidate is put on the right training programme. An initial assessment is undertaken by candidates to test literacy and numeracy and to establish whether there any Basic Skill needs. If this is brought to light at sign up a Basic Skill Referral Form is completed...

  12. Discuss Issues of Equality and Diversity ...

    Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote inclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners 300-400 Words The Tomlinson Report (1996) promoted a student-centred approach that makes learners’ individual needs the...

  13. State points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners

    1.3 State points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners There are different ways in which someone can learn. These are visual, teaching with a use of pictures, diagrams, films, handouts etc, auditory where the pupil listens in for the form of a lecture and kinaethestic, where...

  14. Abstract from Action Research Project

    In order for courageous learners to receive optimum education, it is imperative that they learn the appropriate classroom etiquettes. Furthermore, they must be in a peaceful state of mind, which is another essential part of this study, to redirect our courageous learners’ anger away from fellow classmates...

  15. List and describe the points of referral to meet the needs of the learners

    increasing time for activities or expected output. Consider the scenarios below and think about the inclusive strategies that would be needed to support the learners. Points of referral Although inclusion is about supporting learners’ needs, it is not always possible for teachers to do this...

  16. Pttls Assignment 3

    Assignment 3 Discuss issues of equality and diversity and the ways to promote inclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. To begin with it is necessary to clarify the definition of equality, diversity and inclusion. In a dictionary...

  17. Ptlls Task 3

    Ptlls Assignment Task 3 Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. [pic] It is important to be familiar with the Equality Act 2010 which brings...

  18. Promoting Inclusion Equality and Diversity

    diversityExplain how you could promote Inclusion, Equality and Diversity within your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. * Inclusion means involving all learners and treating them equally and fairly, without directly...

  19. Equality and Diversity

    Assignment 1.3 Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. (200-300 words) [pic] Inclusion means involving all and treating them equally and fairly, without...

  20. Explain How You Could Promote Inclusion, Equality and Diversity with Your Current and Future Learners. Identify Other Points of Referral Available to Meet the Potential Needs of Learners.

    and diversity with your current and future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. Inclusion, equality and diversity are all aspects of a learner’s entitlement. Inclusivity is about involving all learners in relevant activities rather than excluding...

  21. Ptlls

    he will need to include some study skills for those who left school with no qualifications. Others in the group are able to write effectively but lack the ability or confidence to present themselves positively at interviews. How can he include all the learners without dividing the group? Points of...

  22. Ptlls

    Assignment 1 Unit 009 Question 3 - Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. In modern day society we all expect equality in one form or another, the...

  23. Pttls Theory 3

    City & Guilds Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (7303) Level 3 Theory assignment task 3 Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current / future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential...

  24. Literature

    the learner to understand the role and responsibilities of a teacher in lifelong learning and the relationship between different professionals in lifelong learning. It includes responsibility for maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment for learners Learning outcome 1.1 The learner will...

  25. Ptlls Q 2 Draft

    QUESTION NO 2. Explain how you could promote inclusion ,equality and diversity with your current and future learners; identify other points of referral available to meet potential learners. The great problem in a multicultural and...

  26. Assignment 008 Pttls

    professional boundaries as the learners are many and the teacher is one. Points of referral are when the needs of learners are beyond the expectations of the teacher’s capacity to deal with. For example if a learners is unable to read or write, the teacher could refer on to the support department...

  27. (Ptlls) Assignment 1 Q3

    (PTLLS) Assignment 1 Question 3 - Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. In modern day society we all expect equality in one form or another, the...

  28. Rules

    points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. Recommended word count 200-300 words. Level 4 – Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote inclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners...

  29. Diversity

    Explain how you would promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your learners. Identify points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. Promoting inclusion, equality and diversity with your learners is vital in order to create a supportive atmosphere in the class room...

  30. Ptlls Theory 3

    Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote inclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. Through the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) (1995) and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (2001), it was...