City and Guilds 6302 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Unit 001 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning Assessment Task 1 By Contents Task 1 Assignment Page 3 References Page 7 1. Understand own role and responsibilities in the lifelong learning. (1.1) Having been requested to produce a brief on my roles in teaching and professional values whist teaching in this role. I have to deal with variety of personnel from different ability groups and cultures. I often have to deal with ever changing legislation such as the Joint Service Publications (JSP’s) regarding subjects taught at the training wing, as well as the JSP’s we have to work in line …show more content…
(2.3) In my role I have certain responsibilities regarding the relationship with other members of the training team and also do all correspondence with other outside agencies that are with our evaluating area such as keeping all internal evaluations are kept 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
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Education is a tool that helps you understand why things arise by applying knowledge, beliefs and narratives. Students study how to express themselves and develop their intellectual capacity. The aim of the education is to develop the human personality in respect to the Democrats principles of coexistence. It is in the school where we learn the system of decisions by direct or indirect vote, therefore we know a Democrat system. In my experience, teachers like to see the positive effects they can make on the students but at the time of retirement they crave the feeling of educating and the possibilities of continuing to educate. In the book "The Heart Is the teacher", the author begins by recounting his last day as teacher and principal at Benjamin Franklin High School. This moves him too much to think he won't come back. Teachers are role models and important figures for students because they are the ones who guide our way of thinking.
Learning is one of the greatest aspects of life. Accepting that learning from all experiences leads to the greatest version of yourself and your ultimate accomplishments is a key axiom of life. I believe that lifelong learning is the most important concept and skill to have. A large amount of skills that make people successful in their professional and academic careers comes from unconventional learning which is a major part of the lifelong learning process. Unconventional learning develops many very practical and applicable skills that help in a variety of areas. These unconventional concepts paired with conventional learning and the ever growing drive for knowledge is known as “Life Long Learning.” Lifelong Learning is the most important concept to grasp.
The concept of lifelong learning has always been central to adult and vocational education. Technical and Further Education (TAFE) was developed in the 1960's as a provision of education not only for the initial preparation of skills for the Australian workforce, but for learning throughout life. Similarly, lifelong learning has long been associated with individuals' personal development or continuing education to advance or change careers. It had a strong focus on personal and personally directed development. However, in recent years, the concept of lifelong learning has come to be viewed as a form of education to maintain individuals; currency of their vocational practice throughout their work lives, in order to achieve important economic goals of sustaining national competitiveness and standards of living. For some commentators, this viewpoint represents the narrowing of purposes valuing of lifelong learning. For others, this represents a focus on individuals' vocation and its ongoing development throughout their working life.
Lifelong learning can be defined as a deliberate continuous process of learning undertaken to increase one's knowledge base, competencies, and skills throughout life. It is not a new idea and was developed in ancient writings, was especially emphasized in the writings of earlier European education theorists like Matthew Arnold and Comenius (Sharma, 2004). The term lifelong education appeared in English language writings about 8 decades ago and many main ideas related to the concept were presented soon after the World War II. Around 1970, the idea got the momentum and its implementation was favored by many educationists and politicians. But still up till 1991, it remained an emerging approach to learning. The year 1996 was declared by the European Union (EU) as the year of lifelong learning.
As I arrived at the school, the staff buzzed me in to enter the building. It was such a surprise to me when I got inside. I was expecting a regular classroom setting but it turns out that it is a warehouse. I was quite nervous when I see the place because it was a new environment to me and I’m not really sure what to do. As soon as I entered the place, the staff greeted me with a warmth welcome. Their cordial reception calmed me down and paves the way to a great observation. While giving me a short tour around the place, the staff that was assigned to me told me that the place was originally a warehouse. The SPEED remodeled the place and turned it into a transition school for students who has neuro/physical differences and just graduated from high school, which is now called Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL). The goal of the school is to teach and prepare the students for any work environment they are going to be in. There are few classrooms in the warehouse, a kitchen, a craft room, storage room and even laundry room. They also have a store selling used clothing and some crafts that were made by the students themselves such as bracelets, rugs, and other random things. On the day of my visit, they were actually doing some fundraising for the school and their upcoming activities. Everyone seems very busy preparing for it, so I kindly asked the staff, who was assigned to me, that I needed to observe students with mild to moderate neuro/physical-differences. Thankfully, the
Having believed in life long learner approach, every now and then I have learned from others at numerous instances. Before CELTA, teaching was just a mundane practice for me. I was very much an average teacher and barely try to link with any student. Throughout this whole learning process, I have enjoyed learning through edutainment, a blend of education and entertainment that enhance learning tremendously. The guidance and assistance given by my mentors are still working exquisitely; for certain it was a magnum opus. CELTA reformed my teaching practice; I am on the crest of a wave since then.
Education is a very important life goal to many people, I do not people believe that a lot of individuals would disagree with this statement. As one goes through school they may face several obstacles to overcome. It is vital that parents, educators, and other caregivers that play a significant role in a child’s life. A child needs of these people to help them in their educational goals from birth to adulthood. Early childhood inclusion means the standards, policies, and implements that provision the accuracy of infants and young children families, regardless of skills, to take part in a wide-ranging actions and settings as full participants of people, groups, and culture. (DEC/NAEYC, 2009). I believe that if everyone works together following these guidelines all children will have a successful education. We as educators have to find strategies to use in the classroom for the meet the diversity of all children. For example, disability, foreign, minorities and any other child. In this paper, I will discuss strategies, suggestions and adjustments that is a part of the early childhood inclusion.
I am responsible for learner registrations, arranging internal and external verification and attending standardisation meetings. The trainers are responsible for providing me or their team manager with the necessary information for us to do the registrations and to ensure that learner’s portfolios are completed to an acceptable standard. The LSA’s can complete learner progress reports and are responsible for completing the tasks with the learners that have been set by the trainer.
In a developing world, in which society and technology are evolving at an exponential rate, lifelong learning has become in the way to promote personal development and enhance social incorporation. Knowledge is not acquired only in classrooms or in any educative institution, but in reality, knowledge is obtained by engaging and interacting with a society that grows along the world. Therefore, it is important to understand of the need for, and the ability to engage in lifelong learning. This process happens on a daily basis and is the responsibility of each person to engage in a continuous learning process.
I have carefully considered what I am about to say. I have consulted several people (Some are college coaches, some are gym teachers and others, school teachers) whom I consider to be my "go to" contacts in the sports world for their opinions on this issue. They have come to the same conclusion as me. This option is not the way to develop any player for the future, and it is a terrible option for the mind and soul of a child.
Over the last two years of my life I have located a passion within myself that has shown me what Gods purpose maybe for my life. In learning the importance of providing a quality education for students of all types. I can now acknowledge and recognize the benefits that it allows for students with and without disabilities. I have founded an area of interest that goes far beyond a job. It has become a passion, in understanding this passion for special education I can now identify methods to help increase students with or without disabilities view on lifelong learning.
Education is an important part of life even for people who are already educated, but education never ends. As a matter of fact, intelligence is constantly increasing, so educated people should not waste such educations with unnecessary leisure activities like watching television when a person can continually improve his or her education. In today’s culture, an educated person should spend more time reading than watching television because reading builds the reader’s vocabulary and reinforces the prior knowledge of particular terminology, but watching television requires no active thinking.