IODT E Learning PTLLS Anne Perry Topic 3.1
‘Explain own responsibilities in maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment’
It is my responsibility to ensure that all aspects of the learning environment are safe, accessible and appropriate for my subject.
‘Safe’ can mean a student needs to...
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...
Level – 4 (Prepare to teach in the lifelong learning sector) - PTLLS
The following are headings for broad areas students will have to research to show evidence of competence in PTLLS.
Roles and responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning
GROUP B 1:
Level 3 or Level 4
There is no specific word count for any of the assignment questions. However,
it is expected that a learner should write at least 3 to 4 paragraphs for each
of the assignment questions. A paragraph would normally consist of...
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...
Facilitate Learning: Within the initial meeting I would then make sure that the learners are on the right programme, checking their eligibility for funding, giving advice, guidance and appropriate information, keep records of discussions and agreements, maintain confidentiality and undertake a Criminal Records...
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4.
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4
Total credit value (at Level 4)
4 x units (each @ 12 GLHs) = 48
Units being run and assessed:
Unit 9: Mini-essay: Examine the different methods for giving constructive (practical) feedback to learners and discuss how these can motivate learners.
Giving constructive feedback is crucial; without it learners cannot learn (Rogers, 2004). When used to emphasise progress rather than failure, it...
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...
learner useful feedback that they can reflect on and actions that they could take for further assessments.
Activating The Learner As A Learning Resource.
Learners could also be activated as a learning resource explaining something to another student for example or by giving peer feedback, by getting...
Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session
HABC Level 3 PTLLS
Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session
The purpose of this assignment is to explain my selection of teaching and my learning approaches. I will be evaluating my choice of resources and explain...
IODT E Learning PTLLS Anne Perry Topic 1.3
‘Explain own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning’ (150 words)
The ‘Learning Cycle,’ describes my role and responsibility to my learners:
Identify Needs – find out the organisation’s own, and potential learner’s needs by carrying out initial assessment;...
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...
, 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 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...
PTLLS - City and Guilds - 6302
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
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up to date with the current policies and keep are lessons up to date and accurate. I am also responsible for maintaining and evaluating all learner feedback and amending lessons that the students feel need changing this is a long process as I need lessons checked by the Training and development team before...
LEVEL 4 PTLLS
Learner’s Name: Glen Brown
Assessor’s Name: Mr. Phenil Mehta
Date of Submission (dd/mm/yyyy): _________________
LEARNER DECLARATION & AGREEMENT FOR THE USE OF THEIR PHOTOGRPH(S) & VIDEO(S) OF THEIR MICRO-TEACHING SESSION FOR ASSESSMENT &...
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...
Research Report 012a.
In this report I will describe what types of assessments there are and how they are used in my job role. I will also talk about peer and self-assessment and reflect on how they may be used in the assessment process. I will then talk about how I would involve my learners...
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IODT E Learning PTLLS Anne Perry Topic 2.1
‘Explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles’
‘Professionalism requires us to maintain appropriate standards and fulfil our responsibilities to learners, institutions and colleagues (Francis & Gould 2009:10)
As a teacher, I...
City & Guilds Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
THEORY TASK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Candidate Name|Lara Franks|Enrolment No.||
Date submitted||Date marked||
I confirm that the evidence for this assignment is authentic and a true representation of my own work...
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 |
|Using the teaching and training cycle |Identifying needs and planning |
|as a model, discuss one responsibility|One role/ responsibility of...
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. ...
motivate clients to excel in their training field. We are skilled in delivering a number of courses, including Specific Learning Difficulties Awareness, PTLLS, CTLLS, Essential Skills support and delivery qualifications (9300 and 8375) and TAQA levels 3 and 4. We are also able to deliver training and courses...
Gravells, (PTLLS: 88-89), you need to keep records of how your learners are progressing. If you mark a test or observe a task, how can you prove your learner has achieved something if they lose their work? Each time you mark or assess your learners’ work, completing an individual feedback record of your...
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...
support, then they should obtain their desired results.
“If you don’t know where you are going you will probably end up somewhere else . Negotiation is giving structure, establishing basic rules and expectations between, tutor, learner and institute; it is an on-going program, which you should revisit throughout...