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    The evaluation of adults returning to learning.

    There are many advantages to returning to learning as an adult, which ultimately enables the individual satisfied in many positive aspects. However, amongst the advantages, it is highly probably & apprehensible that an adult student will face disadvantages to returning to learning as an adult. There is no such thing as a typical adult student, […] More

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    Safe and supportive learning environment

    3.1 Explain how to establish and maintain a safe and supportive environment A safe and supportive environment, on a practical level, would involve the tutor taking responsibility for the physical environment i.e. health and safety issues, ensuring all risks have been assessed. Seating arrangements; i.e. either informal to promote more casual participation or formally to […] More

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    Different learning styles

    Equality means that we should all have equal access and equal opportunities to learn and be successful regardless of gender, race, religion, and ability. Diversity refers to the fact that we are all different. Some of us are male, some female, some tall, some short, some dark skinned, some light skinned. We come from different […] More

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    Guiding principle for assessment of student learning

    Evaluation should bebased on clearly stated objectives. An objective is defined as the statement of the expected behaviors that the student should display after instruction or teaching. These objectives serve as basis for constructing and using assessment instruments to assess students’ learning. The expected behaviors are somehow related to either of the following, but not […] More

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    Supporting teaching and learning in schools

    Outcome 1 1.1 There are many types of school. Using the school prospectuses, discussion and research complete the following table. Use one example for each category. Type of school Name of school Infant Penygraig Infants Junior Penygraig Juniours Secondary Tonypandy Comprehensive School Independent Howells School Llandaff Welsh language Bodringallt Primary School Faith School St. Raphaels […] More

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    Facilitating Learning and Assessment in Registered Nurse Practice

    In this portfolio I intend to expose the requirement of PP0127 of the process of facilitating learning and develop the skills of assessment as a registered nurse in the clinical practice. Mentoring is a development skill that offers a chance to deliver skill and knowledge by educating new students without any expectations and fears as […] More

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    Inclusive Learning

    We cannot assume that just because a teacher teaches, a learner learns. The process is far more complex than one of received input and intended outcome. This is because teachers, when engaging with learners, are not involved in programming machines; the learning process involves humans who are diverse in their needs, development, attitudes, values and […] More

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    Understanding Your Student’s Learning Style

    All children have unique learning styles. Students gain strong benefits when their teachers and Learning Coaches recognize their strengths and weaknesses as learners. Howard Gardner, a psychologist and professor of neuroscience at Harvard, developed one theory in 1983. Gardner defines “intelligence” not as an IQ but, rather, as the skills that enable anyone to gain […] More

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    Learning Team Reflection

    With the advancement of technology and the rise in Internet usage amongst individual companies, businesses, and organizations, they are faced with new challenges in protecting their brand, trademark, and image from competitors (Clark, 2007). This has caused many businesses to take action in the protection of intellection property rights or IPR. For the week three […] More

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    Personal, learning & thinking skills

    To provide the highest level of personal care (toileting, bathing etc) and attention to residents, following individual care plans carefully and ensuring that all contact is polite, friendly warm and supportive. To act as a key worker for a named group of residents, ensuring that these responsibilities are carried out in full (as defined in […] More

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    Factors that influence learning

    Health Bad health can have a negative impact on a person’s learning. If a person is unwell they are unable to attend school, college or courses. For example, if a person has the flu, they could be unwell for two weeks. In those two weeks they could miss a substantial amount of learning time, leaving […] More

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    The different areas of learning and development

    1.1 The different areas of learning and development include six main areas which are also linked to the EYFS framework, education programme which applies to young children of all ages. These areas of learning and development include personal, social and emotional development. This focuses on children learning to make new relationships, building their behavioural skills […] More

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    Evaluate own role in life long learning

    Evaluating My own Role and Responsibilities in Lifelong Learning To evaluate my own role and responsibilities as an assessor I need to be honest with myself as well as brave. I have a good understanding of my role and responsibilities, but to improve I need to become a reflective practitioner which can only be achieved […] More

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    TEACHING AND LEARNING STYLES

    Teaching styles (methods) There are many different styles or methods of teaching. Research I did showed at least 150 different styles from lecturing to brainstorming and vocabulary drills. I have identified the following styles as most often used: Demonstrations & Practicals/Experiments: When teachers show learners skills while they watch, followed by the learners practicing the […] More

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    Learning Team Reflection

    Alan Litchman and Laura B. Trust, Co-Presidents of Finagle a Bagel, own a bagel business in Boston (Parrino, Kidwell, Bates, 2012). Alan and Laura met in business school and after gaining business experience in other industries they purchased the bagel business with the intent of growing it as much as possible. They have two primary […] More

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    Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning

    Understanding own role and responsibility in lifelong learning 1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities The relevant legislations for teachers and/or trainers are as follows: The Disability Discrimination Act 1995: This act aims in taking steps to make reasonable adjustments to overcome the physical […] More

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    Learning Contract template

    We have provided this template to help you to build up and structure your learning contract. You will find an introduction to the learning contract in Activity 1.6 of the Study Guide and you will find detailed guidance in the Learning Contract Guidance. This will have been sent to you as a printed booklet and […] More

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    How communication skills support children’s learning

    Speech, Language and Communication skills can support a child’s learning, emotions, behaviour and socialisation massively, and these are just a few examples. Language Language can support learning Speech, Language and Communication skills in many ways and one of these ways that they can do this is by using and making different sounds and symbols, spoke […] More

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    Learning Styles

    There have been several different ideas and developments into learning theories and how individuals perceive and apply new knowledge, but one of the most explored ideas came from Peter Honey and Alan Mumford. Their learning system was developed during the 1970s and was a variation on the David Kolb learning theory. Both were based on […] More

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    Individual Learning Plan

    When you first took the Disposition Survey for Individual Learning Plan (ILP) in your ePortfolio: Transition Point 2, you were at the beginning of your MSED specialization program. Your reflection on your knowledge and skills was a snapshot in time. Your Individual Learning Plan was constructed based on your interpretation of your ratings and your […] More

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    Lifelong Learning

    It is important for educators to understand special education and how the diagnosis of developmental disabilities, early intervention, educational programs, services for young learners, transitional programs, strengths and weaknesses in assessments and interventions affects their students and classroom environment, while also being able to offer suggestions for student improvement and expected performance. People learn for […] More

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    Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Approaches

    Different teaching and learning approaches were used during the session according to the requirement of the activities. * For health and safety induction: Q&A, writing (Task sheet) and lecture methods (more information was given) were used. * Effectiveness of the teaching and learning approaches: Learners participate in this activity fully and effectively. They told me […] More

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    Developing Learning & Development Activities

    Training Plan The purpose of my training session was to equip delegates with the right skills and knowledge to understand the changes auto-enrolment brings and what they need to communicate to their employees. Prior to my training session I emailed the learners to gage their existing knowledge on auto enrolment. There was a mix in […] More

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    Supporting Teaching and Learning

    1. Outlie the difference between sequence and rate of develoment. Why might children develop at different rates in different areas? All children are different in sequence of development depending on events of what will happen while growing in age, as like Maslows hierarchy of needs are shown you need all acpects to develop, you need […] More

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    A Reflection in Learning

    Introduction I am a registered nurse of twenty years of experience. After graduated from my three-year training in a nursing school, I had been worked in an intensive care unit (ICU) and a pulmonary unit of a public hospital. Now I am working in a non-government organization serving the mentally disabled. No matter which specialty […] More

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    The biological perspective and social learning theory (SLT)

    I am going to evaluate the biological perspective and social learning theory (SLT) as my 2 psychological approaches to health and social care service provisions. The biological approach is a very closed minded as it can only really be used in health care settings as this is what it was designed for there are many […] More

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    University Learning Goals

    The university learning goals are essential skills that hiring managers look for when reviewing applications. Knowing how to incorporate the learning goals into your career competencies can help you in the application and career-search process. Fill in the following table with 100-word summaries of how each university learning goal can help you with career preparedness. […] More

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    Personal Learning Styles

    Everyone learns and retains information differently than one another. There are so many different types of learning styles out there. There are visual learners, verbal learners, and kinesthetic learners. Visual learners remember best what they see by diagrams, flow charts or maps. Auditory learners remember best what they hear and kinesthetic learners are best when […] More

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    Support Assessment For Learning

    1. Understand the purpose and characteristics of assessment for learning. 1.1. Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in the assessment of learners’ achievements. The Teachers Role: Planning On-going assessment Effective marking and feedback Assessment as an end of Key Stage process Record and evidence Reporting to parents and […] More

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