Negotiating with learners

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Negotiating with learners

  1. 1. David Gibbs
  2. 2. Aim To discuss the elements involved innegotiating with learners.
  3. 3. Objectives  Analyse the Learner Journey in relation to negotiation Identify initial assessment methods and criteria for assessment List methods of negotiation State how goals and targets are negotiated
  4. 4. “Teachers in the lifelong learning sectornegotiate and record appropriate learninggoals and strategies with learners.” (LLUK,2006, p11). Lifelong Learning UK. (2006), New overarching professional standards for teachers,tutors and trainers in the lifelong learning sector. London: LLUK.
  5. 5. The Learner Journey Learners receive Initial information about enquiries, progression enrolment, opportunities for Interview, initial study and work assessment Final review recordsachievement Setting goalsof targets and and targets long term goals Teaching and learning activitiesExam entries, are planned tofinal portfolio meet learner Goals and etc Regular progress needs and their targets are reset reviews allow the qualification. as a result of learner and tutor the Progress to review Review and any progress and changing achievement priorities
  6. 6. Initial Assessment - Methods 
  7. 7. Initial Assessment - Methods  Tests Questionnaires Interviews References Application forms Records of achievementPetty, G. (2009), Teaching Today a Practical Guide. 4th edition. Cheltenham: NelsonThornes Limited
  8. 8. Initial Assessment - Criteria 
  9. 9. Initial Assessment - Criteria  Qualifications, skills Learner aspirations Learning styles Additional needs Qualifications gained (prior learning) AttitudesPetty, G. (2009), Teaching Today a Practical Guide. 4th edition. Cheltenham: NelsonThornes Limited
  10. 10. Methods of Negotiation 
  11. 11. Methods of Negotiation  1 to 1 Group discussion E-mail Telephone Web ie. Moodle Publications, newsletters
  12. 12. Negotiating Goals & Targets 
  13. 13. Negotiating Goals & Targets  ILP Progress reviews Resetting goals and targets Review of achievement Advice on progress
  14. 14. Objectives  Analyse the Learner Journey in relation to negotiation Identify initial assessment methodology and criteria for assessment List methods of negotiation State how goals and targets are negotiated
  15. 15. “The teacher performing the full teacherrole will have a responsibility to negotiateindividual learning goals with learners.”(LLUK, 2007, p12). Lifelong Learning UK. (2007), Guidance on teacher roles and initial teachingqualifications. Version 3. London: LLUK.
  16. 16. References  Lifelong Learning UK. (2006), New overarching professional standards for teachers, tutors and trainers in the lifelong learning sector. London: LLUK. Petty, G. (2009), Teaching Today a Practical Guide. 4th edition. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes Limited Lifelong Learning UK. (2007), Guidance on teacher roles and initial teaching qualifications. Version 3. London: LLUK.
  17. 17. Bibliography  Wilson, L. (2009), Practical Teaching: A Guide to PTLLS and DTLLS. Andover: Cengage Learning EMEA Walkin, L. (1990), Teaching and Learning in Further and Adult Education. Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes (Publishers) Limited Gravells, A. (2008), Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector. 3rd edition. Exeter: Learning Matters Limited Minton, D. (2005), Teaching Skills in Further and Adult Education. 3rd edition. London: Thomson Learning Wallace, S. (2007), Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector. 3rd edition. Exeter: Learning Matters Limited

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