1 Tracy Lott 16/02/2018 Level 5 DET Unit 2 2.4.
5 Explain how the student’s own delivery of inclusive teaching and learning has taken account of theories, principles and models of learning and communication. Teacher intervention and target setting, as well as evidence of assessment are where I feel my strongest elements belong. I will also look to improve my teaching and seeing this as also improving the students learning. I believe in constant development of my skills and look to attend training courses to improve my practice I can use within the classroom, evidence of this is the Society of Education course for Hearing and Visually Impaired I am attending on the 25th February 2018, I have been delighted to see a change happening within SEN that will be used within the classroom, all the time we see a change and I see the development of my minimum core in this area as vital. A good working relationship with the students is vital as well.
With the Homework study skills workshop I teach, it is promoted but a lot is down to personal choice of the students to attend afterschool, if I am unable to create a good supportive learning environment it will show in numbers attending. A large part of developing a good working relationship with the students is having a comprehensive, in depth, understanding of the learners through the baseline knowledge of the students’ abilities and on-going assessments and student feedback at the end of a course is accentual to show up what may need to be changed and developed. Having evidence of assessments throughout the course are essential not only for the students but for me as the teacher as well.
It is a great resource to be used in future courses when building strategies and planning. Informal assessments work well for me to assists in setting student targets are a great and a valuable way of showing evidence in showing student progression. I feel it also gives the student and I time to sit 1 to 1 and discuss the ways in which they learn best as all students learn at different rates and styles.
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