Unit 1: Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning 1. Understanding own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning 1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities
Secondly, I am passionate about curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The pillars of any educational institution lie with its curriculum, instruction, and assessments. Buzzword programs such as PLC (
Delivery Once have identified the students needs and have planned and designed the course I can then deliver or facilitate the learning. I can use different styles and activities to keep the students interested. I can invite comments and discussions to enhance their learning. This could promote inclusion of the quietest of the students and also give me time to carefully observe and assess their learning . I may need ice breakers and energisers at times and also maintain any ground rules that may have been agreed at the beginning of the course by the students. I must conform to codes of practice at all times ensuring also that I promote respect, equality and diversity. I will also try to embed language, literacy, numeracy,and ict
I believe that positive student/teacher interaction and family involvement are essential to the learning process. I believe that all students can succeed in education. It is my goal as a teacher to develop the intellect of all learners through a challenging curriculum. I hope to propose thought provoking questions that will prompt students to think and learn on their own. I will provide supervised practice to ensure the students in my classroom are learning. I believe problem-solving skills will be the most valuable skills students can learn. It is important for the class to be active in the community and active in life-changing events. Students learn best by doing. Emphasis will be placed on learning how to learn. Students will take an active role in helping decide what they learn and how they want to learn it. They will be responsible for helping to care for and maintain the learning environment, thus taking ownership of the class.
Teaching Philosophy I see students as the next generations’ heroes in so many fields. In my vision, I have to inspire students and prepare them with confidence, knowledge, experience and skills. Which means I encourage, communicate, guide, teach, and assess students in order to enrich their infrastructures.
Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning 1. Understand own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning 1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities. The key aspects of legislation which relates to my own role and responsibilities as a driving instructor teaching learners would
CA State Standard: 1.1.17: Classify grade-appropriate categories of words 1.1.16: Reading with fluency and atomicity 1.2.2: Responding to who, what, why and where questions Prior Learning: Students have already started learning that worlds have different roots. Students have been building their vocabulary through the last few months and have been improving at using
Developing a Personal Learning Philosophy My Benchmark The nature and nurture concept when it comes to children and the teaching of them should be a balance of both because nature is a part of their environment and what they see, touch and feel on a day-to-day basis. Nature is an important aspect that of the learning environment where it deals with what children learn from the outside world from things they see like plants, animals, dirt, and what they gain from their genetic material, such as certain look like hair color, facial features, and heredity you gain a lot from nature. But you to develop a lot from nurture.
In what ways will the content of this course help you in your quest to make your school and classroom more meaningful and effective for all students? One way in which the content of this course that will help in my quest to make my school and classroom more meaningful and effective for all students are reshaping the curriculum. According to Nieto, "Schools must take a serious look at their curriculum, pedagogy, retention and tracking policies, testing, hiring practices, and all the other policies and practices that create a school climate that is either empowering or disempowering for those who work and learn there"(Nieto,1996). The curriculum should be integrated, interdisciplinary, meaningful, and student-centered. Also, it should include issues and topics related to the students' background and culture. Moreover, it should challenge the students to develop higher-order knowledge and skills.
(2) I will provide plenty of hands on activities, allowing students to take the lead in their learning and for them to explore. This is also important because I strongly believe in the incorporation of group work, because students can learn an immense amount of knowledge from their fellow peers. (3) I will provide choice because the students respond better to learning when given choices, and I believe their curiosity should direct their learning. (4) I will provide a safe environment, so my students can practice their ideas and learn from their mistakes. (5) Lastly, I will provide the use of technology in the class due to the fact that the upcoming generations of students have so much exposure to technology and it will help peak their interest in learning. In order to incorporate these elements I will practice a great amount of classroom management through making the rules of the classroom evident and most importantly modeling the right behaviors to them. I will also be sure to cover the common core standards within the activities and lessons I provide to my
Establish and create a supportive and inclusive learning environment, support and encourage student participation by allowing students to feel comfortable when expressing their views and opinions, set clear guidelines and routines for the classroom, clarifies guidelines for group work, such as clear instructions about role-taking and interaction between group members
Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning. 1.1: Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities
After obtaining the chance the earn a minor in Leadership in Integrated Learning, I have learned that one does not only have to be in a classroom to learn. One does not only have to have a Ph.D. to know everything. In actuality, there is no such thing as knowing
Many people in history, as well as my mentors, have influenced my personal learning philosophy about early childhood learning. Theories of Influence Although Native Americans were not considered Christians, they did believe in a supreme creator and taught children their beliefs in being made up of
When I first considered going to college I looked at many programs. The first thing I looked at from a monetary perspective was a local community college. My father and stepmother both worked there and so I could attend at no cost aside from books. While in the end this did not work out there was, a concept there that I think fosters a particular kind of learning that is worth sharing. This idea was labeled Learning Communities. The basic idea is to take two or more classes from different disciplines and teach them as a single class. The learning community I took part in was a combination of a 100 level English and philosophy class called Existential Philosophy. What I find truly lovely about learning communities is how they foster this