Session Objectives. be able to identify at least 4 factors which can be barriers to learning list as many of the expected functions of a teacher as possible order the stages of the teacher/training cycle. At the end of the session you should :-. PTTLS AIMS.
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Session Objectives • be able to identify at least 4 factors which can be barriers to learning • list as many of the expected functions of a teacher as possible • order the stages of the teacher/training cycle At the end of the session you should :-
PTTLS AIMS To make tutors more effective and confident in helping their students to learn by: Developing their own styles and approaches in teaching their own subjects. Integrating theory and practice Developing confidence Reflecting on experience
Recap PTLLS: ObjectivesAt the end of the course you should:- • Explain the role of the teacher and relevant legislative requirements • Identify teaching and learning approaches • Plan and prepare teaching and training • Deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners • Use different assessment methods and understand the need for record keeping • Reflect on your professional practice
What you will be expected to do • describe, or reflect upon on the current role, responsibilities and capabilities that you have/or will have • assess students’ needs and provide suitable support • understand basic principles of teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation processes applicable to your own situation • prepare for teaching by organising learning resources and session plans • undertake an extended microteaching session • evaluate your own development as a teacher
What you will have to produce: a portfolio containing:- TWO ASSIGNMENTS 1) Theory: 2) Practice: • Roles & Responsibilities 1) Scheme of Work • Legislation 2) Session Plans • Inclusion 3) Microteaching • Ground Rules 4) “Rationale” • Functional Skills 5) Feedback • Record Keeping 6) Weekly Reflections • Assessment 7) Action Plan
Weekly Reflections & Learning Journal • How to write your journal. • Make sure that you write your journal at the end of each session as this will comprise Assignment 2/6
Barriers to learning • Identify some of the barriers for adults • Activity complete blank walls with barriers • Case studies to over come barriers
In small groups - • Compare your experiences and choose an outstanding example of one good and one bad learning experience. • Analyse what made these experiences either effective or ineffective, good or bad. Learning Experiences Individually - You have written down details of one good and one bad learning experience that you can remember.
Summary of the key areas of learning and teaching • Developing and using a range of teaching and learning techniques • Managing the learning process • Providing learners with support • Assessing the outcomes of learning and learners’ achievements • Reflecting upon and evaluating one’s own performance and planning future practice • Meeting professional requirements
Needs Analysis Aims Evaluation Objectives Assessment Content Resources Methods Order the Teaching cycle
Needs Analysis Evaluation Aims Assessment Objectives Resources Content Methods Planning – teaching cycle
Session Objectives • know the names of at least half the people in the group • know what the course is trying to achieve, and how it plans to do so • be able to identify at least 4 factors which can influence learning • list as many of the expected functions of a teacher as possible • order the stages of the teacher/training cycle At the end of the session you should :-