of role in relation to teaching.|PTLLS 1.1|Review own role and responsibilities, and boundaries of own role as a teacher.||||
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PTLLS 1.1 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...
they can get the accreditation they are studying for in my case the learners are studying for the ‘Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Award.
“Ecclestone (1996) points out that assessment requires two things: evidence and standards or scales.” (Gray et al. 2005 p50)
up! In my course this was bundled with T3 on equality and diversity because they are very related and both quite short. Check out the full list of Ptlls assignments if you need a different one.
Level 3 – Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your...
This is a post for people at the beginning of their Ptlls journey – next week will be a long article for people who have finished and are looking at where to go next. So, on to my little guide if you are getting started with your Ptlls course. There are all the Ptlls essays with...
competence of the learner some assessment activity such as different assessment strategies assessment deadline
Assessment decision and feedback
Giving constructive feedback to the learners so that they can amend or change their assignment
Review of progress
This can be done by discussion with the learner’s...
PTLLS - City and Guilds - 6302
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
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diagnostic assessment which provided me with more information on how to help learners progress on the PTLLS’ course. As a result, I devised and administered a questionnaire to my learners at the beginning of the PTLLS’ course which required them to identify and write about one of their interests, hobbies and their...
mentors to the training class. The mentors are available to help the mentored(s) locate the answers to the questions by themselves instead of the mentor giving the answers.
This will assist in the training class finding the answers to the questions themselves. The main role of the mentor is to help the mentored...
City & Guilds
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
Describe what your
Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries
would be as a teacher in terms of the Teaching / Training Cycle
, teachers will adopt and know ways for use of materials to ensure inclusiveness
Assessment can inspire, motivate, and provide the feedback which is essential for targeting prompt corrective help. But it can also lead us to ignore what can not easily be measured.
PTLLS FEED BACK ASSESSMENT. 362 WORDS
To include the learner in the feedback process confidence must exist between the tutor and learner. The learner’s feelings must be considered and the goal is to create positive reinforcement.
The simple format of, what was good? Why was it good? What areas could...
experience of time management, managing learning and learners
• Use a range of teaching and learning activities in a safe environment
• Allow for feedback from an experienced tutor and/or peers and
• Provide an opportunity for reflection and evaluation of own practice and performance.
Using the micro-teaching...
PTLLS Unit 012
Principles of Assessment in Lifelong Learning
Produce 1 Written Rationale of 1000 words for all areas of research in 1 to 3.
1.1 Analyse how types of assessment are used in lifelong learning:
“Assessments should be a regular process; it might not always be formalised...
City & Guilds Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
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I confirm that the evidence for this assignment is authentic and a true representation of my own work...
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contexts, purposes and
Adapt materials to ensure
Adapt materials based on feedback
Assess learners and provide constructive feedback
Devise a range of assessment
activities to meet the needs of
Devise differentiated activities...
preferred learning styles.
Assessments acts to motivate learners, and create additional learning opportunities. It is also
Used to provide constructive feedback. Assessments are used to grade learners course work and is used as a quality assurance mechanism both internal (standardisation meeting) and external...
what didn’t work so well? Did the teacher/trainer fulfil their Roles and Responsibilities taking into consideration what you have now covered in your PTLLS course to date?
(Criteria that needs to be covered:-
Unit 1 Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning |
Welcome to the PTLLS course. This online course is designed to fit in with your needs. You can work through the course in any order and submit your course work at anytime so long as your lesson plan and assignment questions are assessed four days prior to your micro teach. This will...
and safety (this list is not exhaustive). The ethos of the tutor/teacher should be to put the learner at the centre – be inclusive, give positive feedback, praise and treat all students with empathy.
Reflective Practice –
This includes looking back on the lesson/training sessions to consider what...
explore the task expected from the author, it is paramount to understand the meaning of the terminology used in this essay.
The author begins by giving a brief definition of “role“.
According to the dictionary, role is defined as one’s part, expected function, job, duty, task, responsibility. Readers’...
teaching will follow a cycle and the teacher makes use of this to ensure achievement”. Wilson, L. (2009) p15, Practical Teaching, A guide to PTLLS & DTLLS, 1st Edition, Andover, Delmar Cengage Learning.)
This assignment seeks to explore how teachers structure work as professionals. ...
• setting standards for assessing how well results were achieved,
• tracking and measuring progress toward results,
• exchanging ongoing feedback among those participants working to achieve results, (rating)
• periodically reviewing progress,
• reinforcing activities that achieve results...
Some of the most important information we can receive from others is feedback related to our behavior. Feedback can provide learning opportunities for each of us if we can use the observations and reactions of others to become more aware of the consequences of our behavior. Personal...
|Monitor learner progress and provide feedback |It is important to monitor progress as it shows learning and progression. This leads in |
opportunity to create a good first impression. As a teacher it is imperative that you are punctual; dress appropriately; use appropriate language and feedback at the appropriate times. It is important to portray a professional image and to be seen to work within the boundaries of the law, professional codes...
ptlls Assignment 1setting up ground rules
As In all aspects aspects of life were people work together in groups of close proximity there will always be a need to lay down some ground rules. These ground rules are for the benefit of both the tutor and the learners alike. Ground rules may be set by...
Giving and receiving feedback in a distance learning environment rather than giving and receiving feedback face to face. The two share great similarities in the information delivered the methods are just relayed through different avenues.
Face to face allows visual aides to assist in the deliverance...
REPHRASED QUESTIONS FOR PTLLS ASSIGNMENTS
(A) Review your Role, Responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in relation to the Teaching/Trainning cycle.
(B) Summarise key aspects of relevant current legislative requirements and codes of practice within a specific context.