Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector: Keeping Records

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector: Keeping Records

Michael woodhouse

Preparation to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

Task 6

Explain the need for keeping records and describe the types of records you maintain.

They are various records I have to keep in my role and below these are listed and a

brief description of each is shown.

Student records.

• Attendance record

These are completed 4 times a day and must be filled in and submitted on time.

• Personal information

These details would have the students, name, address and emergency contact

numbers. This is covered by the DATA Protection act.

• Personal learning plans

These are completed by students and teachers, PLP, S contain such things as

student targets, attendance records, incident reports, student’s reviews and

various other assessment plans and reviews.

Teaching records

• Lesson plans

A lesson plan is a teacher detailed description for an individual lesson and

contains methods of delivery methods and specific goals and timelines

associated to the delivery of the lesson content.

• Schemes of work

A scheme of work basically sets out what a teacher is planning for whole

entirety of the chosen course on a session by session basis.

• Evaluation

Evaluation is the key to the improvement of teaching, if you do not know what

you done and achieved, how can you know how to improve it.

• Assessments (summative and formative)

Assessments are usually completed when one of my students completes a task

I have assigned them or a task that is part of the curriculum .these are called

summative assessments. A formative assessment is going on all the time; its

real purpose is to provide feedback of what students are learning.

• Targets

The students are not only set targets by me but their work based folders set out

the task as...

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