Summarise what learning and teaching strategies you use in your own specialism.
1.1 As the teacher I must ensure all learners gain the most from the learning taking place, consideration must be based on the particular learning style for each individual learner. This can be done on the initial assessment to determine the various styles of learning. It is said that people can be grouped into four styles of learning; visual, aural, read/write and kinaesthetic (VARK).
Not all learners fall into one style they may be multi-model, a mixture of two or more styles,
Differentiation is about using a range of different approaches and resources to meet the needs of the learners and groups. This will include learners from diverse backgrounds, characteristics and different needs. It is very rare that learners are all at the same level of ability and have the same needs. You must take into account ...view middle of the document...
2 As the teacher I have to make sure that the environment is appropriate for all the learners, I must ensure that I keep a progress record of each individual learner and reassess. I can ask for feedback from the learner, how they learn and their learning styles. Vary the variety of teaching styles; ask the learner to demonstrate what they have learnt in each lesson, using assessment, perhaps role play. Use SWOT analysis and identify strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threat, that might hinder my learners, be adaptable flexible, fit for purpose.
What are the main aspects of inclusive learning?
1.3 Is to ensure inclusion is recognised, acceptable and meets the needs of all learners. And to make sure all the learners have the support, resources and services readily available they need to actively participate no two learners are the same each will have a different learning style by consistently using a variety of instructional approaches to modify content, process and or products in response. Whether that be visual, aural, read/write or kinaesthetic (VARK) a range of tasks in response to learning readiness and interest of academically diverse learners who have different learning abilities and diverse culture.
Understand how to create inclusive learning and teaching in lifelong learning?
2.1 Once you have assessed the needs of the learners and understand their abilities in which all those participating feel able to actively engage, feel safe and feel welcome. An inclusive learning environment also acknowledges and celebrates differences as part of everyday life. So as a teacher you are creating opportunities for all learners of a group to engage in the learning process.
Managing the teaching environment so that shy or reticent learners can make positive contributions, eg, through splitting the class into pairs and small groups and mixing groups so that learners learn to work with a group of different people. Employ a role modelling culturally safe and competent practice. Showing respect for a diverse range of views. Be able to challenge