You should use these to cross-reference your work. Q1.Explain how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the: a) planning, b) delivery, and c) review, of learning activities. Answer a) Planning: A learning support practitioner contributes to planning of the short term plans these are for the week or day and will incorporate learning objectives and state how the class or group will be organised. Contributing in your own way by putting forward suggestions of your own, particularly if you support an individual pupil. The teacher assistant and teacher should plan together so that you are clear from the outset what you will be doing and are given the opportunity to put forward your own ideas.
Name: TAQA L3 Unit 1 outcome 1 evidence doc Subject: Write an account to demonstrate your knowledge of your understanding of the assessment process, covering key concepts of assessment, roles of the assessor, and what regulations an assessor has to adhere to. When a learner is being recruited into a programme it is important that the TA ensures all relevant documentation is completed which should include eligibility checks and initial assessments. As TA It is my opportunity to speak with the learner to discuss in depth the units chosen, to identify learning for skills and knowledge, to explain what is required from them what development plans are needed and how I will support, coach, guide and assess the learner. It is important to discuss with the learner what needs they have and what support as TA I can give them. I would at this stage have their folder and go through all their mandatory and relevant units with them.
Notes on the Exemplar Please note that: • • • The original portfolio work has been reformatted and condensed to reduce the file size and document downloading time. The portfolio exercises are original candidate work and may contain grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. Some items may have been removed altogether, please refer to the notes by the Principal Moderator for specific references. Principal Moderator’s Notes on the Exemplar: Edexcel OSCA Training Exercise Portfolio 2011/12 Health and Social Care: Communication and Values Introduction In this portfolio I will demonstrate my knowledge of communication and the care value base, while analysing each of my interactions. The client groups/settings that I will choose from are: early years elderly specific needs the ill In comparing and contrasting my interactions with different client groups and their settings, I will be able to identify how we communicate with other's changes depending on the client group.
I seek her permission and consent to teach her about medication administration procedure. The consent attached in (appendix 1). Identifying Learning Needs ,Planning and Managing Student Experience. In the learning process the important things to do identifying my leaner needs. Vision for learning and teaching enhance the quality of student in learning experience by providing a support and well-resourced learning environment.
Michelle Hardwick Enrolment Number 9800135520 CITY & GUILD 7303 – LEVEL 4 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Assessment 1 Review what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle and analyse different ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin behaviour and respect for others. The purpose of this assessment is to review the role, responsibilities and boundaries of a teacher in relation to the teaching/training cycle and analysing the different ways to establish ground rules with learner. The role I have undertaken most recently is a Learning Specialist for Lloyds Banking Group. Through my experience I believe the role of the teacher is to help the learner/s achieve their objectives. Gravells takes this one step further by saying adult learning is all about helping someone reach their full potential.
Learning outcomes 2 and 3 must be assessed in a real work environment. Assessment methodology Learning outcomes 2 and 3 are assessed in the workplace. Learners can enter the types of evidence they are presenting for assessment and the submission date against each assessment criterion. Alternatively, centre documentation should be used to record this information. Content 1 Understand working relationships in health and social care Roles in health and social care: range of roles in health and social care eg adult social worker, paramedic, care manager, nursery worker, occupational therapist Working relationship: a relationship with a work colleague; the nature of a professional relationship; concept of team working; working within agreed guidelines; working towards common goals with a shared purpose; a business relationship Personal relationship: a relationship with a friend, family member or within a social group; interpersonal relationship; romantic relationship; based on love, liking, family bond or social commitment Different working relationships in health and social care
(if you are a learn direct candidate refer to the reading resources on your account to support with the terms, vocabulary and key wards) Learning Outcomes The learner will: 1) Understand what is required for competence in own work role Assessment Criteria The learner can: 1.1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own role My current job role is a care assistant my duties and responsibilities are providing support and assistance to the service users. Give an example from your work place: My role includes Personal care, assisting with meal preparation, assisting with prescribed medication, assisting with meal planning, toileting, assist service users from getting up, dressing and preparing them for their day, washing, bathing, showering, to keep accurate records of care visits, bed making, using manual handling equipment as specified etc. 1.1.2 Identify standards that influence the way the role is carried out The standards that influences the way my role is carried stems from the
Review what your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher would be in terms of the teaching/training cycle. Identifying needs When planning sessions for learners it is vital that we consider each individual learners needs and the needs of the organisation. As Petty states ‘ each learner is unique and has individual needs. If the needs of our learners are discovered and met, the chances of success are greatly increased.’ (Petty 2004: 496) In addition to this it is vital that teachers know the relevant member of staff to refer students to, and what policies and procedures the organisation has in place. This will aid the teacher in acquiring the right support for learners within their education.
Unit 4222-302 Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings (SHC 32) About this assessment booklet This assessment booklet is designed to assess the knowledge you need in order to complete Unit 4222-302– Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. It is designed to be completed when you have finished your learning for this unit. When you have completed all the tasks in the assessment booklet you should submit it to your assessor via your e-portfolio or via another method that you have agreed in advance with your assessor. The booklet does not cover all of the assessment criteria for this unit, as some of these assess your competence in your work role. Your assessor will work with you to plan the evidence you should provide to meet the remaining criteria.
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.