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Author Keeley-Browne, Liz.

Title Training to teach in the learning and skills sector : from threshold award to QTLS / Liz Keeley-Browne
Published Harlow, England ; New York : Pearson/Longman, 2007
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Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 220 pages) : illustrations
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of figures and tables; List of examples; Web resources; Preface; Acknowledgements; The new qualifications; How to use this book; List of abbreviations; 1 The context for change: new professional standards for teachers in the learning and skills sector; The context for change; New professional standards; The learning and skills sector; The new technologies for teaching; Preparing for the training period; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards
2 Professional values: a focus on entitlement, equality and inclusivenessTraining to teach or training to teach your subject; Professional values, skills and competences; Standards expected of lecturers and trainers; The learners; Personalisation; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards; 3 Professional practice: creating effective and stimulating opportunities for learning; Achieving clarity for yourself and your learners; Applying the theory; Making objectives more explicit; Achieving your objectives; Domains of learning; Differentiated learning objectives
Key tips to take from this chapterAssessment grid mapped to the standards; 5 Theory and practice: secure knowledge and understanding of what it means to teach; Why theory?; Meta-cognition; Learning styles; Information processing theory; Constructivist theories; Situated learning; Engagement theory; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards; 6 The new technologies for teaching: using ILT as an enhancement to learning; ICT competence; Clarifying the terminology; Additional skill development; Supporting the achievement of key skills
Resources to support teaching and learningUsing electronic methods to meet learners' needs; Plagiarism; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards; 7 The curriculum contextualised: secure knowledge and understanding of the subject and curriculum; What do we mean by the term 'curriculum'?; Some recent history; Curriculum policy; Curriculum philosophy; Curriculum practice; Summary; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards; 8 Skills for the twenty-first century: using the learner's experience as a foundation for their learning
Teaching techniques and supporting resourcesLesson structure and sequencing; Schemes of work and course aims; Key tips to take from this chapter; Assessment grid mapped to the standards; 4 Professional skills: planning learning programmes to meet the needs and expectations of learners; How can I ensure I am effective as a teacher?; Surviving on your own; Answering the how questions; Working with a mentor/subject learning coach; Subject learning coaches; Practising your observational skills; Reflective practice; Further evaluation; Using ICLT in learning and teaching
Summary First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-215) and index
Includes web resources
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Subject Effective teaching -- Great Britain.
Individualized instruction -- Great Britain
Occupational training -- Great Britain.
Teachers -- Training of -- Great Britain.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1317866177
1317866185
9781317866176
9781317866183