Understanding Inclusive Learning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning

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Form 2 Assessment front sheet and feedback record PTLLS Level 3/4 Unit No: | | Learner name: | | Enrolment number: | | Date issued: | | Date submitted: | | I confirm that the evidence for this unit is authentic and a true representation of my own work. Learner signature: | | Date: | | Feedback: Continue on a separate sheet if necessary, see overleaf Tutor/Assessor/Marker and IQA’s signatures (IQA if sampled) must appear on the following page. Learners do not complete this box | Feedback: (Continued from previous page) | Marker/Tutor/Assessor name: | | Grade | | Date | | Resubmission date (if referred): | | Grade | | Date | | IQA’s name (if sampled)…show more content…
number of students, general behaviour of the group, etc.), the programme’s progression (In this instance, based on an existing standardisation I have found out what had been taught previously and what I had had to teach.). During the session, I started by introducing myself to the group with an explanation of the reasons why I was standing in front of them. This enabled the learners to acknowledge me as their teacher and get ready for the session. Then, I did a diagnostic assessment through an ice-breaker to ascertain the learners had prior knowledge of the subject to be taken, to identify their preferred learning styles, to let them to choose a colour (The colour was used as font for a power point presentation and prints on pastry paper to help the dyslexic learner.) and to enable them introduce each other. I skipped the information, advice and guidance (IAG) procedures because the course is standardised and the group has attended few sessions with my colleague in the past. * The Design stage This stage was important because “To fail to plan is to plan to fail” (Petty 2004: 422). I did not need to create a scheme of work because my colleague was expected to return back to teach the next sessions. I prepared a session plan to reflect how I would create an inclusive teaching session. I created hand-outs (In this instance, I used on side of coloured pastel paper to suit the dyslexic learner) and power-point presentation which promote all aspects
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