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    • Session 1: Preparing to teachin the lifelong learning sectorMARTIN LEA
    • Aims Introduce the course and highlight the necessary procedures Introduce the learning journal Demonstrate the use of an Icebreaker Define the role, responsibilities and boundaries in relation to teaching / training
    • Introduction Lecturer : Martin Lea martin.lea@oldham.ac.uk 0161 785 5426 Moodle
    • Getting to know you With the person next to you spend 10 minutes preparing a short introduction to the rest of the group Include: Name, and what you are hoping to get out of the course. If you were to be marooned, list 3 people you would like to be with.
    • Learning Journal As part of your studies you will keep a short learning journal. Update this after every session. Produce a dated document that charts your experiences on the course, what you have learned and what you feel you need to work on
    • Brief overview of assessmenttasks To achieve the qualification you need to complete the theory assignment and the practical assessment Assessor Award - Assignment You will be required to undertake an assessed micro teach You will also feedback on peer teaching practice and undertake observations
    • Ice breakers Can be best described as structured activities designed to relax learners, introduce them to each other, and energise them. Do not have to relate to the core subject matter
    • Activity In small groups discuss any icebreakers you have used or been involved in. Come up with one ice breaker to feedback to the rest of the group
    • Roles & Responsibilities In your groups you are to come up with a list of ideas that you feel are the key roles for an effective teacher or trainer.
    • Roles & Responsibilities Motivate students Accommodate learner needs and styles Make the subject interesting Supply workable examples Sequence the subject matter Provide points of referral
    • Roles & Responsibilities Effective management Differentiation Assess and evaluate Learner focused delivery Allow opportunities for learners to display their learning Give appropriate guidance
    • Group Activity In your groups please reflect upon the following and feedback to the group Discuss the ‘good’ or positive experiences you have had in education or in professional training either as a tutor or a learner, what did you learn from this? Discuss the ‘bad’ or negative experiences, what did you learn from this and how could it have been rectified?
    • Professional Boundaries -Discussion Appropriate use of language No physical contact Do not share contact details Vocational dress Appropriate planning Be ‘friendly’ but not ‘friends’ Outside contact should only be in academic or vocationally relevant pre-organised situations
    • Summary In this session we have looked at the roles and responsibilities of a tutor. We have also discussed the importance of professional boundaries. It is also good practice to reflect on your experiences and learn from them. Use your journals to help you with this. What are your key areas for thought following this session?