PTLLS Overview

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Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4. Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4 Total credit value (at Level 4) 12 Total GLH 4 x units (each @ 12 GLHs) = 48 Units being run and assessed: Group Unit title Level Credit value GLH A Roles and responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning 4 3 12 Learning outcomes: The learner will Assessment Criteria: The learner can 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 1.2 Analyse own responsibilities for promoting equality and valuing diversity 1.3 Evaluate own role and…show more content…
Be able to deliver inclusive learning and teaching sessions 2.1 Demonstrate inclusive learning and teaching approaches to engage and motivate learners. 2.2 Demonstrate the use of appropriate resources to support inclusive learning and teaching 2.3 Use assessment methods to support learning and teaching 2.4 Communicate with learners to meet their needs and aid their understanding 2.5 Provide constructive feedback to learners 3. Be able to evaluate own practice in delivering inclusive learning and teaching 3.1 Review own approaches to delivering inclusive learning and teaching 3.2 Analyse how own inclusive learning and teaching practice can be improved to meet the needs of learners Assessment: i) Provide a short session plan related to your specialist area of teaching. Include as a minimum: group profile; anticipated learning outcomes; anticipated learning difficulties; staged procedure with timings; one copy of any materials used. ii) Teach the session to your group. iii) Comment on the following areas. Refer to your micro-teaching session and what you have learnt about teaching and learning in general, as appropriate. a) How can you meet both group and individual needs when planning a session? b) What resources did you use? How effective were they and how do you know this? c) What teaching approach did you take in your session? How well did it work? What evidence do
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