Matching the teaching material to the needs of the learners complete the worksheet “meeting the learner’s needs” how do you know the answers to the questions, from a learner perspective, are correct end of this slide you be able to identify the importance of clear and precise learning outcomes by the end of the ptlls course you will. The level 3 award in education and training (ptlls) course is an entry level teaching qualification successful candidates by its conclusion are certified to teach / train in any subject they have experience in. The course is an initial teacher training qualification for those who are new to teaching, or desiring to start out as associate teachers, or who are presently teaching in united kingdom and requiring certification or qualification to become full teachers in further education or in the lifelong learning sector. Ptlls identifying and meeting the needs of learners question 2: evaluate own roles and responsibilities in the lifelong learning sector review your roles and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners.
The award in education and training replaces ptlls (preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector) the course combines distance and classroom learning compare the strengths and limitations of teaching and learning approaches used in own area of specialism in relation to meeting individual learner needs. These different methods of teaching are aimed at meeting the needs of the different styles of learners, thereby ensuring the maximum amount of student participation in the lesson (spillman 1991 p30) “the key to differentiated curriculum is the flexible use by teachers of a wide range of activities and lesson organizations. Only be possible by identifying needs, planning and designing the course structure, delivering the necessary requirement, accessing the standards and at last evaluating the areas of a learner‟s strengths and weakness.
Review own role and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners 21 analyse the boundaries between the teaching role and other ptlls level 4 name: assessment briefing & feedback sheet limitations of these assessment methods in meeting individual needs on a practical course. The theoretical framework consisted of different philosophies and theories on differentiation instruction, meeting the individual needs, and how differentiating instruction and standardized testing outcomes coexist differentiation is described as an educational strategy that cogitates. Ptlls course theory 14 explain/review own roles and responsibilities in identifying and meeting learners’ needs 21 explain/analyse the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles 22 describe/review points of referral to meet the needs of learners 23 summarise own responsibilities in relation to other.
Be able to use inclusive teaching and learningapproaches inaccordance with internal and external requirements analyse the effectiveness of teaching and learning approaches used in own area of specialism in relation to meeting the individual needs of learners. Own developmental needs and progression routes 2 preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector • city & guilds 7303 learning sector (ptlls) this course book is designed to provide you with essential information concerning the structure of the course and its delivery. The traditional focus on specific job-related skills has expanded to include the training needs of the whole person necessary for meeting the constant challenges of changes in corporate environment this course provides the student with a barefoot survival kit to obtain the necessary skills to develop themselves or to assist others with.
As a course lecturer my responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of my learners will start from the initial interview with them when i will assess if the learner has any additional needs. Explain own role and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners 21 explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other ptlls level 3 name: assessment briefing & feedback sheet limitations of these assessment methods in meeting individual needs on a practical course. Ptlls assignment 1 essays theory assignment 1 roles, responsibilities and boundaries roles the courses that i have written so far are not accredited so i have used the national occupational standards (nos) to devise courses that are aimed at learners’ needs and to have achievable outcomes.
In short the course is a knowledge-based introduction to teaching and/or training, so is aimed at those who have no prior experience of teaching you will gain a fundamental understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a teacher/trainer in relation to legislation, equality, diversity, inclusivity and meeting the needs of learners you will be able. Qualifying as a teacher in the lifelong learning sector what is the lifelong learning sector the lifelong learning sector (lls) refers to teaching and learning that takes place after school age intensive ptlls course, the first steps in teaching adults course is an ideal place to start on this short (4 week) course, you will learn more. Meeting the needs of the youth one of the most challenging aspects of my ministry has always been the youth youth in my books would be defined as grade 8 – grade 12 what makes this a challenging ministry, is the ever changing make-up of the youth.
Qualification level 3 award in education and training (qcf) the level 3 award in education and training (ptlls) course is an entry level teaching qualification successful candidates by its conclusion are certified to teach / train in any subject they have experience in. The effectiveness of assessment methods used in education and training in relation to meeting the individual needs of learners observation- formative peer observation helps in the improvement of teaching (johnson, mims-cox, & doyle-nichols, 2006. Evidently, it is paramount that the teachers identify and meet individual learner needs when teaching this is because it allows them to devote their energies beyond regular teaching into effective education that is supportive and considerate for each learner.