At the end of the briefing session participants will be aware of what inclusive learning involves, how to motivate and engage students and establish ground rules.Participants will be learning the importance of providing students with constructive feedback to assist with motivating their learning.
Students are not permitted to drive in this environment until they have passed their driving test.
This would be a motivating and ongoing development of their driving skills and would provide a current assessment with positive feedback to the student on this new challenge.
Where the teacher will make choices can depend on how much pre knowledge the teacher has of the ability of the students in the group.
Therefore, one method, which would involve students being given post it notes to write their suggestions on, would not work well for someone with learning difficulties or dyslexia, as it could mean they will be unlikely to contribute to the ground rules and feel uncomfortable right from the first session. Ann Gravell) The ground rules part of the cycle fits in with his ‘storming’ process, where a group starts to finds its identity.
Assignment (CTLLS): – Resources I use in my teaching – Advantages and Disadvantages In this assignment I have listed seven resources and their advantages and disadvantages.
They are: Whiteboard, Projector & Smart board, Power Point, Handouts, Computer, Books and Past Examination Paper Assignment (CTLLS): – Communication In this assignment, I have written an essay on my practice as a teacher on how I communicate effectively, ensure effective communication of my learners and review the learning process with them.I have also outlined the modes of communication that I use in my teaching, the potential barriers to communication when teaching, and how to motivate learners to overcome the communication barriers.Assignment (CTLLS): – Assessment and Feedback In this assignment, I have explored the concept of assessment and its role (theory) in the teaching and learning cycle and then finish by evaluating (application) 3 types of assessment.Ground rules is about setting a setting a coherent list of guidelines of what is expected by the tutor and students while in lesson.Setting these ground rules will assist in enabling the students to have a clear understanding of what behavior is acceptable.They need to know where the boundaries lie and what will happen if they step over the boundaries.” ( Ground rules are useful strategy to help set the expectations of how a This is important, as it should not be assumed that all students have been involved in working on ground rules in the past.Strategically, it may be that the teacher will not always use the same method of establishing ground rules.That student’s should be encouraged to contribute, discuss and learn from the feedback.Additionally the briefing will inform participants can use opportunities to advise students to Once I have identified the student’s motivation I would develop an individual plan that would remove each of these barriers and enable the student to move to the next level.Theory (What is an Assessment, Initial Assessment, Diagnostic Assessment, Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment, Self Assessment, Peer Assessment, Problems with Assessment, Internal and External Verifier): Application (Initial Assessment, Individual Learning Plan and Mock Exams (Formative, Summative and Self Evaluation)). Assignment 2 Task 1 Task 1- Understand inclusive learning and teaching in lifelong learning This briefing document is for staff development and is designed to support staff to have a better understanding of inclusive learning and teaching in lifelong learning.