these types of alternate support is known as “Signposting”.
Morley, John. PTLLS made easier: Highfield.co.uk Ltd (Publishers), 1st Edition 2010
Francis, Mary; Gould, Jim. Achieving your PTLLS Award: Sage (Publishers) 2009
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...
IODT E Learning PTLLS Anne Perry Topic 2.3
‘Summarise own responsibilities in relation to other professionals’
Teaching responsibilities generally break down into individual, team and organisational responsibilities.
As an individual I have a responsibility towards other teachers and users of my room...
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...
Assignment 1.2 PTLLS
Summarise the current legislative requirements and recent reforms that have taken place in teacher training. Look at Lifelong Learning (LLUK), Institute for Learning (IfL), awarding bodies and anything which may affect your own specialist area.
In order to raise and...
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. ...
Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd
City and Guilds of London Institute 2008 A_ guide to referencing_ http://www.smartscreen.co.uk/uploaded_files/QTLLS/PTLLS/7303_ptlls_guide_to_referencing.pdf Date accessed 29/09/2009
Jan Marino 2005 Quality in Education http://www4.asq.org/blogs/edu/2005/11/studentcreated_ground_rules...
IODT E Learning PTLLS Anne Perry Topic 1.4
‘Explain own role and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners’
It is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure all learners’ needs are met.
My initial assessment is based on their prior learning (from detailed enrolment form) and...
Initial Teaching Qualification August 2007-Version 3
Wilson, L.(2008) ‘Practical Teaching A guide to PTLLS & CTLLS,’ Cengage Learning EMEA, London.Wilson, L.(2008) ‘Practical Teaching A guide to PTLLS & CTLLS,’ Cengage Learning EMEA, London.
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 |
|Class |PTLLS Level 3 |Week |3 |Length |5 weeks |
|Class Profile |Adult learners Level 3 ...
Marshall, B. 2006. Preparing to teach in the Life Learning Sector. London. Edexcel.
Wilson, W. 2008. Practical Teaching: Guide PTLLS and CTLLS. London.
Learning and Development (L&D)
New to teaching
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning
Associate or part-time teacher
Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong
Learning Sector (CTLLS)
Diploma in Teaching in...
assessment and Interview records
Learning and Diagnostic tests
Action plans and session plans
Learning support plans and progression plans
(Passing your PTLLS Assessments by Ann Gravels)
The reason why these records are a benefit to a teacher/tutor is these records or plans can be used to show the progress...
Professional Practice, [Online], Available http://www.ifl.ac.uk/membership/professional-standards [8 May 2012]
Francis, M. & Gould, J. (2009) Achieving your PTLLS Award. London. Sage Publications Ltd.
Gravells, A. (2012) Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector The New Award London. Learning Matters...
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...
Assignment 1: Part 1
Introduction to Teaching
(Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector)
Submission Deadline: 7th November 2008
Word Count: 700 (approx)
Personal Tutor: Belinda Ferguson
Evaluate the roles, responsibilities and boundaries of a teacher...
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;...
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Job Search Task
Scan the internet, local and national papers/internal mailings etc. to consider teaching jobs in your relevant subject area.
Ruby Tuesday Willetts
Select holidays in European destinations to meet specific motivations
A recently retired couple are looking for a cultural relaxing break. They intend to spend two weeks at the chosen destination. They would like to visit a city.
I would recommend that the couple take...
Review your roles, responsibilities and relationships in the lifelong learning sector.
As Gravells (2007) stated the primary role of a teacher is to teach a subject in a way that actively engages all pupils in every session. I believe that the most important aspect of my role as a motor...
PTLLS L4 Assignment Sheet
|Assignment Number |T1 |Name of Learner | |
|Date Submitted | |Name of Mentor | ...
Let us consider the extent of that responsibility:
Look at each of the headings below and write down what you need to consider. It is probably best to focus on a particular subject. You should consider how you might tackle it, who will help you and how you will know if you...
are varied and that they include one or more of the skills mentioned above. (See appendices 7).
For this part of my research I re read notes from my Ptlls course, looked at my past assignments, used the internet and some books. The material that I read was confirmation of what we had discussed in the class...
Act 2006 Debra Clarke PTLLS Assignment 2...
Ptlls Assignment 1
K Smith October 2009 PTLLS Assignment 1 Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training...
(Ptlls) Assignment 1 Q3
PTLLS) Assignment 1 Question...
person may not teach in further education unless they hold a Preparation to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector qualification often referred to as PTLLS or, may work in a teaching role for one year without the qualification or equivalent providing the teacher is receiving ‘professional support’ by a...
Francis, Mary and Gould, Jim, (2009) Achieving your PTLLS Award.
SAGE Publications Ltd., London
Gravells, Ann, (2006) Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector,
Learning Matters Ltd., Exeter
Wilson, Linda, (2008) Practical Teaching A Guide to PTLLS & CTLLS,
Cengage Learning EMEA, London...
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Understand own role responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching.
In identifying the needs of the potential learners I as the teacher need to carry out an initial assessment of the learners needs. At the beginning of the course an induction class is where we find out all the information...