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City and Guilds 6302          Preparing to Teach in the          Lifelong Learning Sector                   PTLLS         ...
ENROLMENT Make sure you have  completed and signed the: Enrolment form & C&G registration form Fill in as much as you ...
WELCOME
REFLECT                   How do you  What was the      feel now  effect of the   compared to  icebreaker?     when you fi...
Objectives    Enrol on the course    Meet other group members    Design and agree ground rules    Discuss importance o...
Establishing Ground Rules    What do you     expect from  yourselves, othe   r learners and      the tutor?
Let’s compare to some theory      Read the handouts taken from      Gravells (2009) pp7-8      Petty (2004) pp102/103     ...
Include some quotes …..                           Gravells A (2006)   “All learners require   Preparing to Teach  boundari...
quotes Reference at the end of theessay as ….   Petty G (2004)              Gravells (2006)   Teaching Today              ...
Learning outcome                        Assessment criteria  The learner will:                       The learner can:  3.U...
What will we done this session?   Enrolled on the course   Met other group members   Designed and agree ground rules  ...
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  1. 1. City and Guilds 6302 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector PTLLS WELCOMEKim Harrison kharriso@kirkleescollege.ac.uk 01484 437106Jayne Benn jbenn@kirkleescollege.ac.uk 01484 535621 ext 7208Cathy Clarkson cclarkson@kirkleescollege.ac.uk 01484 535621 ext 7208 @cathywint
  2. 2. ENROLMENT Make sure you have completed and signed the: Enrolment form & C&G registration form Fill in as much as you can
  3. 3. WELCOME
  4. 4. REFLECT How do you What was the feel now effect of the compared to icebreaker? when you first walked in?
  5. 5. Objectives  Enrol on the course  Meet other group members  Design and agree ground rules  Discuss importance of ground rules  Review one aspect of the first assignment
  6. 6. Establishing Ground Rules What do you expect from yourselves, othe r learners and the tutor?
  7. 7. Let’s compare to some theory Read the handouts taken from Gravells (2009) pp7-8 Petty (2004) pp102/103 Why do these Are there any writers think ground rues you ground rules would add to your are important? list?
  8. 8. Include some quotes ….. Gravells A (2006) “All learners require Preparing to Teach boundaries and rules in the Lifelong within which to work” Learning Sector. Gravells (2004) p 7 Exeter Learning Matters
  9. 9. quotes Reference at the end of theessay as …. Petty G (2004) Gravells (2006) Teaching Today agrees that all Cheltenham. Nelson learners will need Thorne some boundaries.
  10. 10. Learning outcome Assessment criteria The learner will: The learner can: 3.Understand own 3.1 Explain how to responsibility for establish and maintain maintaining a safe a safe and supportive and supportive learning environment learning environment 3.2 Explain how to promote appropriate behaviour and respect for othersNOTE – it is good practice to establishground rules with your learners – why?
  11. 11. What will we done this session? Enrolled on the course Met other group members Designed and agree ground rules Discussed importance of ground rules Reviewed one aspect of the first assignment
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