This module highlights the needs of learners for trainees. It covers a broad range of understanding from diversity and inclusion and how to plan to understanding learning theories and what these mean in the practical setting of the classroom.
One of the pre-requisites for EDUC2053
Aims and Objectives
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Understand the features of good and outstanding teaching and the roles and responsibilities of a professional teacher (observation)
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of equal opportunities and diversity in the context of FE Learning and Skills.
- Promote equality, diversity and inclusion
- Evaluate your own professional practice with regard to individual and group learning sessions (using feedback from peers and others and with reference to minimum core).
- Research a range of learning differences and disabilities and critically evaluate in the context of teaching and learning in FE Learning and Skills.
- Understand theories related to learning to underpin your research into producing effective teaching and learning resources ( to inform development of a tutors guide and the micro teaching session)
- Plan for the delivery of individual learning sessions using an appropriate range of inclusive teaching and learning strategies opriate range of inclusive teaching and learning strategies.
- Analyse the impact of your own professional values and judgements on how you deal with your learners (case study).
- Plan learning which meets individual learners' and whole group needs
- Appreciate the relevance of the Minimum Core both in your own development and in the teaching of functional skills
- Identify individual and group learning needs (Initial assessment and diagnostics)
Theories associated with good teaching and learning in the FE and Learning and Skills sector.
Researching a range of learning differences and difficulties.
Development of effective teaching practice established within a secure environment.
Models of professional reflection.
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
Trainees will teach peers in a classroom situation. They will plan, prepare, build resources, teach lessons, reflect on their practice and react to observations from peers and tutors. All the Trainees will receive regular feedback with personalised targets set to improve practice. The Teaching and Learning methods will be personalised to support each Trainee's individual needs and requirements using whole class, lecture, discussion, seminar groups, peer learning sets and self directed study. All trainees will learn in placement by observing an experienced practitioner and gaining support from a subject specialist
|Total study time||150|
Resources & Reading list
Teaching & Training in LifeLong Learning.
In at the Deep End: A Survival Guide for Teachers in Post-Compulsory Education. Routledge.
This is how we’ll formally assess what you have learned in this module.
This is how we’ll assess you if you don’t meet the criteria to pass this module.
Repeat type: Internal & External