According to Minton (2003) establishment of good practice in teaching means a repeated cycle of preparation, teaching and review”. “Teaching is a continuous process which follows a series of steps to ensure effective learning and (Wilson, 2009). There are five steps in the teaching/training cycl
PTLLS Level 3 Theory Assessment Assignment 2
Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation within which you would like to work.
As a music teacher there are several Acts of Parliament which I need to be
Record keeping is an important key role of a teacher and the main aspect is to assist planning and set future learning goals to the learner. Records may contain learner’s information as well as teacher’s observation on the learner’s performance. They need to continually reassess to meet changi
Justify the need for keeping records and describe the types of records you would maintain.
Within teaching pratice there is a wide range of records that you would be required to keep. From attendance records to initial assessments, session plans to name but a few. The need for record keeping is an
2.1 Explain the need for keeping records and describe the records that you would keep.
As a teacher my responsibility is to teach, guide and assess my learners. Recording results is a vital part of the teacher’s role.
From an ‘internal’ sense accurate records that are taken throughout a cou
It usually helps to establish the ground rules from the start of a session, according to Gravells (2008, p.7) ‘setting ground rules helps everyone know their limits‘. This can be a mixture of ground rules determined by the tutor or can be negotiated between both the tutor and the students. As
Liam Shaw March 2011
PTLLS Theory Assignment 1
Review your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle.
“The role of a teacher in society is both significant and valuable. It has far-reaching influence on the society he lives in and
Assignment 1 – Theory Question 4
_“Analyse different ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin behaviour and respect for others.”_
Ground rules may be set by:
PTLLS LEVEL 3-4 Award (7303) Tulay Gurses
Level 4 theory QuestionAssessment:
4 . Analyse different ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin behaviour and respect for others.
Recommended word count: 250-350 w
USING THE FIVE DIFFERENT STAGES OF THE
TEACHING CYCLE DESCRIBE THE ROLES, RESPONSIBILITIS AND BOUNDARIES.
In this assignment we will be looking at the five stages of the teaching cycle and once identified describing their roles, responsi
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 i
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 cycle
As teachers, we are committing to a lifetime of personal and professional learning and development.
I remember a conversation
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 t
Preparing to teach in the
Lifelong Learning Sector
The role of the tutor
Lifelong Learning Sector
There are many facets to the role of the tutor within this diverse learning sector and the responsibility and commitment required from the tutor is of the highes
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 yo
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 di
Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity
This handout will cover:
What is equality?
Equality Act (2010)
Types of discrimination
What is diversity?
Valuing equality and advancing diversity
Ways to promote equality and value diversity...
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
My micro-teach is about Accessibility Options, an IT related topic. I choose this subject because I am interested in IT. We are all aware that IT covers a wide range of topics. I have deliberately concentrated on the
ROLES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND BOUNDARIES AS A TEACHER
A teacher can adopt many roles which can vary from one learning environment to another. Teachers are responsible for their student’s progression in their studies and for their wellbeing.
Mitchell 2006 states that
Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Sector Level 4
Section 1 - The teaching role
Demonstration and understanding of teaching role, the responsibilities and boundaries
Target 1- part 1
a .A review of teaching /training role, explaining its responsibilities and limits;
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 ta
C&G Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, Level 4
Theory Assignment 1.4
Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of functional skills in your specialist area.
Functional skills, a new development initiative to standardise the qualifications for English, maths and I.C
Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training.
Role, responsibilities and boundaries are key parts of a teacher’s role as an educator, which are used within the assessment framework of a teacher/training cy
Roles, responsibilities and boundaries are continuous qualities within my role as a tutor which are constantly assessed and reflected upon throughout the teaching/training cycle. According to Francis and Gould “The role of a teacher is not just to teach but to also be an evaluator, subject leader
Summarise the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation within which you would like to work.
In my future job I will be teaching basic literacy and numeracy skills using ICT. There are normally 15 students to a roo
Assignment 1 (500 – 1000 words)
Think back to a learning experience that stands out in your mind, this may be a recent one or from a long time ago, it may be a positive or not so positive experience.
Keeping it anonymous please, describe the learning session and explain what you thought worked
PTLLS T3 Assessment task
Everyone within the educational system is entitled to equality, differentiation, inclusivity, diversity and entitlement.
Equality – All students should be treated equally regardless of age, gender, and ethnicity. I therefore would ensure that all students are treate
Level 4 theory Assessment
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.
Inclusion, Equality and Diversity are all aspects of a learner’s entitlement. Incl
PTLLS Section 4
Analyse different ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin behaviour and respect for others.
There are many different types of learner and it is important in any teaching or learning environment to
establish ground rules. This will cr
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