engage and motivate learners. ||||
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||PTLLS 4.5|Communicate appropriately and effectively with learners. ||||
||PTLLS 4.6|Reflect on and evaluate the effectiveness of...
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
PTLLS 4.4 Demonstrate good practice in giving feedback...
that require a justification of an area of learning can be assessed in this method.
Feedback to learners
“An important part of the assessment process is that of giving feedback. If feedback is to be effective then it should be given immediately or as soon as possible. “(Reece and Walker 2003...
Okay on to Theory 4 (T4) actually part of section 4 of the course on understanding how to to deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners. It’s the only theory assignment in this section, the rest is all practical on giving and receiving feedback. Check out the full list of Ptlls assignments...
to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector course, I have specifically learned the value of giving my learners opportunities to provide feedback on the effectiveness of my teaching approaches in meeting their needs. I have used learner feedback to inform my practice and to plan more inclusive...
Feedback has helped me develop as a teacher in many ways, the first micro teach of the PTLLS course gave me great confidence and enthusiasm towards being a teacher as my general peer and tutor feedback was extremely positive and not much went wrong. I have also had some constructive feedback...
greeted and seated with a friendly round of applause, something that is required of all members at every meeting. This type of courtesy allows each member to feel comfortable and successfully carry out his or her responsibilities by giving constructive feedback in a positive way. I believe my...
using the prepared session plan – making sure to communicate effectively and appropriately with individual students and demonstrate good practice in giving feedback to learners.
3 Evaluating the micro-teach and developing own practice
As soon as possible following the session complete
|Giving feedback to a student or a member of my team at work is an integral part of my daily teaching routine. It doesn’t have to be formal; just a |
|few words of appreciation or encouragement, which can have a positive effect/impact...
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...
currently in education – like a lot of Ptlls students – just pretend you are at your dream job or working at the organisation you are taking the course at. The benefit of that is that you should be able to get access to some of their documentation for their tutors giving you an idea of the immense...
of appropriate and effective teaching and learning approaches to engage and motivate learners.
(C) Explain different methods of giving feedback
(D) Demonstrate good practice in giving feedback
(E) Communicate appropriately and effectively with learners.
(F) Reflect on and evaluate the...
Sector, 2nd Edition. United Kingdom: Learning Matters Ltd.
Wilson, L. (2009) Practical Teaching: A guide to PTLLS & DTLLS. London: Cengage Learning EMEA
B) Websites I referred to...
4.3 Explain and demonstrate good practice in giving feedback
Complete a essay explaining good practice...
. Personal feedback can help us become more aware of what we do, how we do it, and how it affects others - which can help us modify behaviors and become more effective in our interactions with others. Giving and receiving feedback requires courage, skill, understanding, and respect for self and others...
learning will depend on the number of students and learning styles of the group.
Stage Four - Giving learners access to fair assessment; the teacher assesses and checks learning and monitors progress. This is an opportunity to feedback on success or initiate change.
Stage Five - Involves...
In giving verbal or written feedback, you have a duty to couch comments in acceptable terms, you need to be clear, have a positive attitude and most importantly, to encourage an open and honest forum with your learners, As a teacher, I will endeavor to make myself approachable to all who require...
PTLLS - City and Guilds - 6302
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
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PTLLS portfolio, containing your assessment questions, tutor feedback and reflective journals.
4 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning
Many people think the role of a teacher is just to teach students new skills; however the role goes much further than this, it can...
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’ digest. Whilst, online dictionary, Encarta (1998-2005) claim added that, “role” is usual...
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...
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 progress throughout the qualification which gives an opportunity to the learners to improve if any assessments are not...
were covered and the delivery was mixed |
| | |with interaction and tutor giving information |
|Include feedback to learners? |Yes |Learners were fedback during the session...
learners in the process.
By giving my learners clear guide lines they undertake peer to peer assessments, where they give verbal feedback to each other. This stimulates focus on the subject being taught; encourages communication skills and the discovery of common ground. Sometimes comments coming from...
learning targets for individuals and giving feedback (it has to be a positive process and experience for the learner even if some of the feedback may be around improvement – turn this to a positive highlighting the good points and how you can support the learner )
In planning my learning I will...
Francis & Gould (2009:87) stated ‘The most obvious of these is to have a good knowledge of the learners-their previous knowledge and experience, their current levels of understanding, their aptitude for the subject’.
The ‘Feedback Sandwich’ is a popular method of giving feedback...
* Improves the ability to problem solve
* Displays hidden potential
* Follow-up coaching and one on one support as needed
* Ongoing feedback and review
* Giving high accountability, reliability
* To support succession management by filling management positions with qualified...
: assessments 56 | |
| |Form 2 Assessment front sheet and feedback record PTLLS Level 3 / 4 57 | |
| |Form 3 Scheme of work 59...
session plans should be conducted to meet the individual needs of learners and use of appropriate materials from the range available , teachers will adopt and know ways for use of materials to ensure inclusiveness
Assessment can inspire, motivate, and provide the feedback which is...
requirements. My responsibilities would comprise of assessing and returning work within the agreed time, and throughout the duration of the course. Giving constructive feedback, and support to the learners. Whilst using a variety of assessment methods and maintaining confidentiality. The assessment methods...
well and 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...