Explain and evaluate how you use at least two appropriate communication strategies/theories to enhance teaching/learning experiences in your own subject specialist area. Include, where appropriate, r
Explain and evaluate how you use at least two appropriate communication strategies/theories to enhance teaching/learning experiences in your own subject specialist area. Include, where appropriate, references to ICT.
I have got two teaching practice and if you can mention both then would be fantastic. I work as IT learning support at Cardinal Hume Centre in London. I provide one on one support to adult clients who are keen to improve their computer skills in order to get the better job or to improve their life. In my other teaching experience teach young learners basic nutrition science and practical cooking skills in after-school club.
Presentation of assignments
All written assignments should be presented like this. In other words, size 12 font and either Verdana (which this is) or arial. The spacing should also be 1.5 like this piece of writing.
You could refer to:
• Reece and Walker
Core texts helpful this Module
\”Appleyard, N. and Appleyard, K. (2010) Communicating with Learners in the Lifelong
Learning Sector .2nd edn. Exeter. Learning Matters.\”
Armitage, A., Evershed, J., Hayes, D., Hudson, A., Kent, J., Lawes, S., Poma, S. and Renwick, M. (2012) Teaching and Training in Lifelong Learning. Maidenhead: OU Press. pp. 65-83
Aubrey, K. and Riley, A. (2015) Understanding and Using Educational Theories. London. Sage Available in January 2016
Avis,J., Fisher, R. and Thompson, R. (eds) (2010) Teaching in Lifelong Learning. A Guide to Theory and Practice. Maidenhead: Open University Press pp. 70-103
Gould, J.(2012) Learning Theory and classroom practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector.2nd edn. Exeter; Learning Matters. Pp109-124
Gould, J. and Roffey-Barentsen, J.(2014) Achieving Your Diploma in Education and Training.London. Sage Pp136-180
Harkin, J., Turner, G., and Dawn, T. (2011) Teaching Young Adults. London: Routledge. pp, 35-55
\”Harasam, L. (2012) Learning Theories and Online Technologies. London. Routledge.
Petty, G. (2009) Teaching Today: A Practical Guide. 4th edn. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes. pp. 1-23
Reece, I., and Walker, S. (2007) Teaching, Training and Learning: A Practical Guide.6th edn. Sunderland: Business Education Publishers. pp. 81-98
Rogers, A. and Horrocks, N. (2012) Teaching Adults. 4th edn. Buckingham: Open University Press.
\”Rogers, J. (2007) Adults Learning. 5th edn .Buckingham: Open University Press.
\” pp. 6-42
Scales, P. (2008) Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. Maidenhead: Open University Press. pp. 27-85
Wallace, S. (2007) Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector. 3rd edn. Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd. pp. 167-175
\”Wallace, S. (2009) Managing Behaviour in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
Exeter; Learning Matters Ltd.\” pp 17-29
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