The steps for effectively planning learning activities is based on the 'pupils individual needs, abilities and interests'. Information gathered from one to ones, observation reports and assessments of the student will inform the learning materials used as well as the curriculum requirements outlined by the education standards organisation. The use of a continuous planning cycle will ensure that the pupils needs and the requirements of the school are met. I would use the following processes to plan learning activities. This includes; * Identifying individual learning needs via one to ones or through observations.
* Identify the requirements of the assessment strategy of the qualification to ensure the learner can meet the specification. B - Formative assessment in tracking learner progress Formative assessment is the assessment that takes place during a course or programme of study, as an integral part of learning process, and such it is down to the teacher or trainer to design and implement it. It refers to frequent, interactive assessment of student progress and understanding to identify learning needs and adjust teaching appropriately. By using formative assessment approaches and techniques you are better prepared to meet the diverse students’ needs – through differentiation and adaptation of teaching to raise levels of student achievement and to achieve a greater equity of
MODULE 9: Supporting curriculum delivery NVQ Teaching Assistant Level 3 Q1. Make a list of the main points of cognitive development. Cognitive development includes the fields of thinking, reasoning, problem solving, logic, imagination, concentration, memory, concept formation and language related learning abilities. The four stages of cognitive development are sensory-motor; pre-operations; concrete operations and formal operations. Q2.
This understanding should be used to connect the hypothesis and theory with my own practice as a teaching assistant within the school. Furthermore, children’s behaviour, development and current skills should be observed to identify and assess their progression in order to plan tasks that are suitable towards individual needs. Question 2: Make a list of how to perform pupil observations When making
Course Syllabus ------------------------------------------------- EDUC 518 Understanding Educational Research and Assessment Course Description Overview of the nature of research on human development, learning, and pedagogical knowledge and skills. Topics include current trends and issues in education, skills in data collection and assessment, and application of research in educational settings. Rationale The objective of this course is to help candidates to gain a basic understanding of the nature of educational research. At the conclusion, candidates should have the skills and knowledge necessary to critically evaluate educational research and to judiciously apply findings in their professional settings. I. Prerequisites
The chief characteristic of a thinking curriculum is the dual agenda of content and process for all students. Characteristics that derive from this agenda include in-depth learning; involving students in real-world, relevant tasks; engaging students in holistic tasks from kindergarten through high school; and utilizing students' prior knowledge. Effective communication and collaboration are essential to becoming a successful learner. It is primarily through dialogue and examining different perspectives that students become knowledgeable, strategic, self-determined, and empathetic. Moreover, involving students in real-world tasks and linking new information to prior knowledge requires effective communication and collaboration among teachers, students, and others.
PTTLS 7303: level3 award in preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector. Q.7 State the different assessment methods available and explain the ones you world use for your subject area, including reference to initial assessment records you would complete and explain why. The assessment methods available for teaching are as follows: initial assessment, formative assessment and summative assessment. Summative assessment is assessing whether the student can apply knowledge taught within the lessons, this generally is the completion of a module or course, you will know with this assessment whether the student has passed, this assessment is usually formal. Summative assessments are also necessary to give feedback to the student if the feedback offered is adequate this can be also classed as formative assessment.
Topic Sentence: Identify three theories and philosophies that reflect how to envision the classroom and curriculum. Supporting Evidence: The theories and philosophies reflections are: Curriculum Theories, Reflections for Classroom Observations theories, and Philosophy of Ethical Theories; Retrived from Mighty Students, (2013) Body Paragraph #3 - The goal of the programs is to provide students with a comprehensive curriculum and a dynamic preschool experience while preparing them in the following developmental areas: language, communication, critical thinking, social, emotional and physical
We use a quickscan, and VAK test which helps to determine the learner style, (Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic). From the results we can evaluate the correct level and course for the learner to be on and also if additional support is needed throughout the course. Support must be in place before during and after initial assessment. For me I have a LSA in the workshop with me to assist with the learners who may require it. Within the teaching role of my subject it is important I provide a safe learning environment for all students, ensuring that they all engage and participate actively in practical and theory lessons alike.
Learning Perspectives Learning Perspectives Christopher A. Schell Grand Canyon University EDU313N Educational Psychology 20th November 2009 Learning Perspectives Classroom of students are articulated with different attitudes, learning styles, strengths, and weaknesses, not to mention different motivations. Understanding is one of the most cherished goals of educating these students. Teaching for understanding can bring knowledge to life by requiring students to manipulate knowledge in various ways. For instance, educators must connect with each student and ensure they are connected to what they are learning. Therefore one may utilize different Educational Psychology perspectives in accomplishing this task.